William III, 1697-8
An Act for granting to His Majesty the Su[m]m of One Million foure hundred eighty foure thousand & fifteene Pounds one Shilling eleaven Pence three Farthings for disbanding Forces paying Seamen and other Uses therein menc[i]oned. [Chapter X. Rot. Parl. 9 Gul. III. p. 2.]

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'William III, 1697-8: An Act for granting to His Majesty the Su[m]m of One Million foure hundred eighty foure thousand & fifteene Pounds one Shilling eleaven Pence three Farthings for disbanding Forces paying Seamen and other Uses therein menc[i]oned. [Chapter X. Rot. Parl. 9 Gul. III. p. 2.]', Statutes of the Realm: volume 7: 1695-1701 (1820), pp. 307-364. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46896 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. Commissioners to agree what Number shall act in each Division. VIII. Collectors to demand, &c. Rates at last Place of Abode. IX. Money received by Collectors, paid to Receiver General or his Deputy. X. Times appointed for the Four Quarterly Payments. XI. Receiver General to give Commissioners a Receipt for Monies received by them. XII. Allowance to Collectors. XIII. Persons charged refusing, &c. to pay, XIV. Tenant paying acquitted to Amount of Payment. XV. Commissioners may fine Persons not executing Act. XVI. Fine not to exceed £20; paid to Receivers General and by them into Exchequer.; Certificate thereof by Receiver General. XVII. Collector neglecting to pay or detaining Monies. XVIII. At Expiration of Times for Quarterly Payments, Commissioners are to call Collectors before them, &c.; and in case of Failure, to cause the same to be levied. XIX. On Questions respecting Assessments in which Commissioners concerned, they are to withdraw. XX. Privileged Places, Persons, &c. not exempt. XXI. Proviso for Colleges in the Two Universities, Colleges of Windsor, Eton, Winchester, and Westminster, and for Hospitals in respect of Sites of Colleges, &c., and for Christ's Hospital, and other Hospitals and Almshouses. XXII. Lands, &c. held by Lease from Hospitals, &c. to be rated at their yearly Value. XXIII. Tenants of said Hospitals, Colleges, &c. not exempt from Taxation. XXIV. Proviso for Allowance in respect of Rents due to His Majesty or the Queen Dowager. XXV. Persons dwelling in one Parish or Ward and having Goods, &c. in other Parishes or Wards, charged where they dwell. XXVI. Nothing to lessen the Sum intended by the Act. XXVII. Proviso for Contracts between Landlords and Tenants. XXVIII. Places assessed in the County, &c. where usually assessed. XXIX. Proviso respecting Hundred of West Barnfeild and the Tything of Northmore, and the Town of Leeds, and Forest of Chute. XXX. In Action for executing Act, XXXI. Where Lands, &c. unoccupied, and no Distress, &c. XXXII. Where Woodlands assessed, and no Distress, Collector, &c. may enter and cut Wood, &c.; except Timber Trees. XXXIII. Proceedings where Assessment charged on Property not distrainable. XXXIV. Receivers General certifying Arrears due where Monies have been received, XXXV. Commissioners within their Division to rate each other for their Personal Estates and Offices. XXXVI. Inhabitants in Cities, &c. not compellable to the Assessors, &c. out of Limits. XXXVII. Proviso respecting Assessments on Houses of Foreign Ministers. XXXVIII. Proviso respecting Nomination of Assessors and Collectors in Extra-parochial and Privileged Places. XXXIX. Commissioners not liable to Penalties of 25 Car. II. c. 7. XL. Commissioners to take the Oaths of I W. & M. Sees. 1. c. 8.; which Commissioners may administer. XLI. Commissioners acting before taking the Oaths, Penalty £200. XLII. Persons to be rated for Offices at Places where executed. XLIII. Chancery Officers within the Liberty of the Rolls to be there assessed. XLIV. Persons to be rated for Personal Estates where resident. XLV. Where Person having Goods, &c. in any County (other than County where he lives) rated. XLVI. Proviso for Persons in respect of several Places of Residence, are doubly charged for Personal Estate. XLVII. Proviso for Scotland, Ireland, Jersey, and Guernsey. XLVIII. Householders to give Account of Lodgers to Assessors. XLIX. Shares in New River, &c. L. Papists of 16 and, upwards, not having taken the Oaths, to pay double. LI. Proviso, where within to Days after Meeting of Commissioners, he shall take the Oaths. LII. Persons of 16 Years of Age and upwards who shall not have taken the Oaths before Execution of Act being summoned, and shall refuse to take them, or neglect to appear before Commissioners, to pay Double. LIII. Gentlemen, who by 3 W. & M. c.6. paid double, or have been returned into Exchequer for Non-payment, not appearing before the Commissioners to take the Oaths; to pay Double. LIV. Commissioners to summon Persons suspected, to appear and take the Oaths. LV. Proviso for Quakers subscribing the Declaration of Fidelity, W. & M. Sess. 1. c. 18. LVI. Assessors not making the Double Assessment on Papists, or others, for not taking the Oaths, the Commissioners are to cause it to be done. LVII. Where Owners of Lands, &c. are liable to be doubly charged, as Papists, &c. Tenants discharged. LVIII. Proviso respecting King's Bench Prison, &c.; and the Marshalsea. LIX. Waterworks in Southwark charged in Surrey. LX. Waterworks in Westminster charged in Westminster. LXI. No Person liable, whose Lands are under Yearly Value of 20s. LXII. Collectors keeping Monies collected in their Hands, or paying other than to Receiver General, &c. LXIII. Treasurer not to direct Warrant for Payment of Monies otherwise than into Exchequer; or to the Officers of Exchequer for striking Tally of Pro, &c.; nor Officers of Exchequer to strike any such Tally, &c. LXIV. No Non vult, &c. or other stay of Prosecution in any Suit against Offenders. LXV. Commissioners empowered to abate, on Proof that Lands are charged above 33. in the Pound; and the Money so abated to be reassessed, as they shall judge most equal. LXVI. Receivers General answerable for Deputies; and so to appoint them that no Sub-Collector may be forced to travel above Ten Miles for Payment of his Money. LXVII. When not Commissioner's enough for any City, &c. Commissioners for County may act. LXVIII. Members of Parliament to be assessed during this Session only, where their Mansion Houses, &c. are, during the Intervals of Parliament. LXIX. Places for First General Meetings of Commissioners for the several Ridings of the County of York. LXX. Register to be kept in the Exchequer of Monies paid into Exchequer. LXXI. Register to be kept in the Exchequer of Monies payable thereout. LXXII. So much as on 11th April 1698, shall not be raised of £255, 663. 58. 8d. as herein mentioned, to be transferred and paid out of this Act without Interest. LXXIII. Persons may lend Money to His Majesty not exceeding £1,400,000 at £8 per Cent. per Annum. LXXIV. Proviso where several Tallies bear Date the same Day. LXXV. Paying subsequent Orders, if first demanded, in what case no undue Preference. LXXVI. Orders for Payment of Money lent may be assigned by Indorsement. LXXVII. Loans may be made either in Coin or Exchequer Bills. Footnotes

Most Gracious Sovereigne.
Wee Your Majesties most dutiful and Loyal Subjects the Co[m]mons in Parliament assembled being deeply sensible of the abundant Care Wisdome and Resolution with which Your Majesty hath defended and preserved these Kingdomes against the Opposition of open and secrett Enemies and being desirous to raise Money for disbanding such Forces as are now to be disbanded and for the paying off Quarters and paying the Seamen and towards the Satisfaction of Loans and making good the Deficiencies of former Aids have chearfully and unanimously given and granted unto Your Majesty the Rates and Assessments hereafter mentioned And wee do humbly beseech Your Majesty that it may be enacted and be it enacted by the Kings most Excellent Majesty by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Co[m]mons in this present Parliament assembled and by the Authority of the same That the Su[m]m of One Million foure hundred eighty foure thousand and fifteene Pounds one Shilling and eleven Pence three Farthings shall be raised levied and paid unto His Majesty within the Space of One Yeare from the Second Day of February One thousand six hundred ninety seven and shall be assessed and taxed in the several Counties Cities Boroughs Towns and Places within the Kingdome of England Dominion of Wales and Towne of Berwick upon Tweed according to the proportions and in the manner following (that is to say).

For the Towne of Bedford the Su[m]m of Five hundred nineteene Pounds Eight Shillings and Foure Pence.

For the rest of the County of Bedford the Su[m]m of Twenty thousand eight hundred ninety six Pounds Twelve Shillings Eleven Pence.

For the Borough of New Windsore and the Castle there the Sum of Seven hundred thirty three Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Six Pence.

For the rest of the County of Berks the Su[m]m of Thirty thousand and fifty six Pounds Thirteene Shillings.

For the Borough of Bucks with Borton, Borton-hold, Prebend-end, Gawcott and Lenborow the Su[m]m of Foure hundred fifty nine Pounds Fifteene Shillings and Foure Pence.

For the Borough of Wicomb the Su[m]m of Two hundred sixty nine Pounds Three Shillings and One Penny Halfe-penny.

For the rest of the County of Bucks the Su[m]m of Thirty five thousand and sixteene Pounds Fourteene Shillings and Eight Pence.

For the University and Towne of Cambridge the Su[m]m of Two thousand one hundred thirty foure Pounds Twelve Shillings and Three Pence Three Farthings.

For the Isle of Ely the Su[m]m of Six thousand and six Pounds Foure Shillings and Two Pence Farthing.

For the rest of the County of Cambridge the Su[m]m of Sixteene thousand foure hundred seventy eight Pounds Fifteene Shillings and Eight Pence Halfe-penny.

For the City and County of the Citty of Chester the Su[m]m of One thousand one hundred eighty eight Pounds Five Shillings and Three Pence.

For the County of Chester the Su[m]m of Twenty thousand two hundred sixty one Pounds Foure Shillings and Two Pence.

For the County of Cornwall the Su[m]m of Twenty three thousand nine hundred eighty one Pounds Nine Shillings and Six Pence.

For the County of Cumberland the Su[m]m of Two thousand seven hundred eighty five Pounds Eight Shillings and Eight Pence.

For the County of Derby the Su[m]m of Eighteene thousand and seventy Pounds Nine Shillings and Ten Pence.

For the City and County of the City of Exon the Su[m]m of Three thousand five hundred thirty one Pounds and Foure Pence.

For the County of Devon the Su[m]m of Fifty-eight thousand foure hundred and six Pounds Seven Shillings and Two Pence.

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Poole the Su[m]m of Two hundred forty six Pounds One Shilling and Six Pence.

For the County of Dorsett the Su[m]m of Twenty foure thousand five hundred ninety one Pounds Foure Shillings and Two Pence.

For the County of Durham the Su[m]m of Seven thousand nine hundred fourty eight Pounds Five Shillings and Ten Pence.

For the West-Riding of the County of York the Su[m]m of Twenty nine thousand five hundred twenty one Pounds Ten Shillings and Nine Pence Three Farthings.

For the North-Riding of the County of York the Su[m]m of Nineteene thousand eight hundred thirty eight Pounds Two Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the East-Riding of the County of York the Su[m]m of Foureteene thousand three hundred fourty five Pounds Seven Shillings and Two Pence Farthing.

For the City of York and County of the same City the Su[m]m of Three thousand foure hundred seventy nine Pounds Eleven Shillings.

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Kingstone upon Hull the Su[m]m of Fifteene hundred thirty nine Pounds Sixteene Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the Towne of Malden in the County of Essex the Su[m]m of Foure hundred forty seven Pounds Thirteene Shillings and Six Pence.

For the Towne of Colchester the Su[m]m of Two thousand one hundred seventy five Pounds One Shilling and Eight Pence Farthing.

For the Towne of Harwich and Dover-Court the Su[m]m of Three hundred and two Pounds Foureteene Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the rest of the County of Essex the Su[m]m of Sixty five thousand three hundred twenty nine Pounds Sixteene Shillings and Three Pence Three Farthings.

For the City and County of the City of Gloucester the Su[m]m of One thousand forty seven Pounds Three Shillings and Six Pence.

For the whole County of Gloucester the Su[m]m of Thirty three thousand three hundred fourty one Pounds Thirteene Shillings and Eight Pence.

For the City of Hereford the Su[m]m of Five hundred seventy two Pounds Eighteen Shillings.

For the Borough of Leominster the Su[m]m of Two hundred and fifty Pounds Six Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the rest of the whole County of Hereford the Su[m]m of Foureteene thousand foure hundred eighty three Pounds Fifteene Shillings and Three Pence.

For the Borough of Saint Albons in the County of Hertford the Su[m]m of Five hundred and eighty Pounds Eleaven Shillings and Six Pence.

For the rest of the whole County of Hertford the Su[m]m of Thirty one thousand six hundred fourty nine Pounds Seven Shillings and Six Pence.

For the Towne of Huntingdon the Su[m]m of Three hundred twenty foure Pounds Nine Shillings and Six Pence.

For the rest of the County of Huntingdon the Su[m]m of Eleven thousand two hundred ninety eight Pounds Nine Shillings and Three Pence.

For the City and County of the City of Canterbury the Su[m]m of Thirteen hundred twenty one Pounds Foureteene Shillings and Three Pence.

For the Towne and Liberty of Dover the Su[m]m of Foureteene hundred forty two Pounds Fifteene Shillings and Three Pence Three Farthings.

For the Towne of Folkestone the Su[m]m of One hundred and eight Pounds Foureteene Shillings and Three Pence.

For the Towne of Fordwich the Su[m]m of Fifty eight Pounds One Shilling.

For the Towne of Feversham the Su[m]m of Three hundred eighty nine Pounds Twelve Shillings and Eight Pence Farthing.

For the Towne of Tenterden the Su[m]m of Seven hundred seventy foure Pounds Foure Shillings and Six Pence.

For the Towne and Liberty of Sandwich the Su[m]m of Seven hundred forty three Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Foure Pence Halfe-penny.

For the Towne and Port of New Romney the Su[m]m of One hundred eighty seven Pounds Seven Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the Towne of Lyd the Su[m]m of Five hundred seventy seven Pounds Nine Shillings and Seven Pence Halfe-penny.

For the Towne and Port of Hith and West Hith within the Liberty of the said Towne and Port the Su[m]m of One hundred eighty foure Pounds Eleaven Shillings and Six Pence.

For the rest of the whole County of Kent the Su[m]m of Fifty six thousand seven hundred ninety foure Pounds Three Shillings

For the County of Lancaster the Su[m]m of Fifteene thousand seven hundred forty two Pounds Five Shillings and Eleven Pence.

For the Borough of Leicester the Su[m]m of Foure hundred seventy nine Pounds Foureteene Shillings

For the rest of the County of Leicester the Su[m]m of Twenty five thousand six hundred seventy foure Pounds Five Shillings and Foure Pence.

For the County of Lincolne with the City and County of the City of Lincolne the Su[m]m of Fifty foure thousand one hundred sixty nine Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the City of London the Su[m]m of ninety two thousand five hundred Pounds Eleaven Shillings and Eleaven Pence Farthing.

For Serjeants Inn in Fleet-street the Su[m]m of Forty eight Pounds Eighteene Shillings

For Serjeants Inn in Chancery Lane the Su[m]m of Twenty three Pounds and Eight Shillings.

For the Inner Temple and Inns of Chancery thereunto belonging the Su[m]m of Three hundred Pounds.

For the Middle Temple and Inns of Chancery thereunto belonging the Su[m]m of Two hundred and foure Pounds Twelve Shillings.

For the Society of Lincolnes Inn and the Inns of Chancery thereunto belonging the Su[m]m of Two hundred fifty six Pounds and Seven Pence Halfe-penny.

For Grays Inn and the Inns of Chancery thereunto belonging the Su[m]m of One hundred eighty nine Pounds and Ten Shillings

For the Palaces of Whitehall and Saint James the Sum of Eight thousand and foureteene Pounds Foureteene Shillings

For the City of Westminster and Liberties thereof and Offices executed in Westminster Hall the Su[m]m of Forty seven thousand five hundred ninety three Pounds Ten Shillings and Five Pence.

For the rest of the County of Middlesex the Su[m]m of Eighty one thousand six hundred eighty foure Pounds Seven Shillings and Two Pence Farthing.

For the County of Monmouth the Su[m]m of Seven thousand three hundred fifty nine Pounds Foure Shillings and Ten Pence Farthings.

For the City and County of the City of Norwich the Su[m]m of Six thousand three hundred eighty eight Pounds Eighteene Shillings and Eleaven Pence.

For the Borough of Greate Yarmouth the Su[m]m of Two thousand one hundred and fifteene Pounds Two Shillings and Three Pence three Farthings.

For the Borough of Kings Lyn the Su[m]m of Thirteene hundred sixty one Pounds and Six Pence.

For so much of the Borough of Thetford as lies in the County of Norffolk the Su[m]m of One hundred seventy nine Pounds and Five Shillings.

For the rest of the whole County of Norffolk the Su[m]m of Fifty three thousand foure hundred fifty one Pounds Two Shillings and Six Pence Farthing.

For the Towne of Northampton the Su[m]m of Six hundred twenty two Pounds Fifteene Shillings and Ten Pence Halfe-penny.

For the rest of the County of Northampton the Su[m]m of Thirty five thousand foure hundred fifty seven Pounds Foureteene Shillings and Two Pence Halfe-penny.

For the Towne and County of the Towne of New-castle upon Tyne the Su[m]m of Nineteene hundred thirty five Pounds Twelve Shillings and Three Pence.

For the Towne of Berwick upon Tweed the Su[m]m of One hundred and eight Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Three Pence.

For the County of Northumb[er]land the Su[m]m of Eight thousand eight hundred sixty seven Pounds Three Shillings and Six Pence.

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Nottingham the Su[m]m of Twelve hundred and ten Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Eleaven Pence Halfe-penny.

For the County of Nottingham the Su[m]m of Nineteene thousand two hundred forty six Pounds Ten Shillings and One Penny Halfepenny.

For the University of Oxon the Su[m]m of Eighty three Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Ten Pence Halfe-penny.

For the City of Oxon the Su[m]m of Two thousand seven hundred & sixteene Pounds Nineteene Shillings and Foure Pence Halfe-penny.

For the rest of the County of Oxon the Su[m]m of Twenty six thousand six hundred forty one Pounds Thirteene Shillings and a Penny.

For the County of Rutland the Su[m]m of Foure thousand one hundred forty three Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Eleaven Pence.

For the Towne of Ludlow the Su[m]m of One hundred sixty nine Pounds Eleven Shillings and Six Pence.

For the County of Salop the Su[m]m of Twenty one thousand six hundred twenty six Pounds Two Shillings and Nine Pence Three Farthings.

For the City and County of the City of Bristoll the Su[m]m of Five thousand five hundred forty three Pounds Thirteene Shillings.

For the City of Bath the Su[m]m of Three hundred thirty two Pounds Nine Shillings and Six Pence.

For the City of Wells the Su[m]m of Three hundred sixty one Pounds Eight Shillings and one Penny Halfe-penny.

For the Borough of Bridgewater with Haygrove Tything the Su[m]m of Two hundred seventy four Pounds Thirteen Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the rest of the County of Somersett the Su[m]m of Forty eight thousand and thirty one Pounds Seven Shillings and one Penny Halfe-penny.

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Southampton the Su[m]m of Five hundred ninety five Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Six Pence Three Farthings.

For the County of Southampton with the Isle of Wight the Su[m]m of Forty thousand eight hundred twenty five Pounds Six Shillings and Eleven Pence Farthing.

For the City and County of the City of Litchfeild the Su[m]m of Three hundred and fifteene Pounds Foureteene Shillings and Six. Pence.

For the County of Stafford the Su[m]m of Twenty thousand and twenty five Pounds Two Shillings and Ten Pence Halfe-penny.

For the Borough of Bury Saint Edmonds the Su[m]m of Fifteene hundred ninety five Pounds One Shilling an Halfe-penny.

For the Borough of Burt Saint Edmonds the Su[m]m of Fifteen hundred ninety five Pounds One Shillings and Halfe-penny.

For the Borough of Dunwich the Su[m]m of Thirty Pounds Two Shillings and Seven Pence Halfe-penny.

For the Borough of Eye the Su[m]m of Three hundred seventy six Pounds Ten Shillings.

For the Borough of Sudbury the Su[m]m of Three hundred seventy nine Pounds Sixteene Shillings and Six Pence.

For so much of the Borough of Thetford as lies in Suffolk the Su[m]m of Fifty nine Pounds Eight Shillings.

For the rest of the County of Suffolk the Su[m]m of Fifty one thousand three hundred seventy seven Pounds Twelve Shillings and Ten Pence Halfe-penny.

For the County of Surrey the Su[m]m of Fifty thousand two hundred sixty one Pounds and Two Pence.

For the Towne and Port of Hastings and Liberty thereof the Su[m]m of Two hundred eighty three Pounds Foureteene Shillings and Six Pence.

For the Liberty of Seaford the Su[m]m of One hundred and six Pounds Eight Shillings and Six Pence.

For the Liberty of Pevensey the Su[m]m of Eight hundred and Sixteene Pounds Seven Shillings and Six Pence.

For the Towne of Rye the Su[m]m of Three hundred fifty five Pounds Eight Shillings and Six Pence.

For the Towne of Winchelsea the Su[m]m of Three hundred and three Pounds Fifteene Shillings.

For the rest of the whole County of Sussex the Su[m]m of Forty three thousand seven hundred forty nine Pounds Six Shillings and Nine Pence Three Farthings.

For City and County of the City of Coventry the Su[m]m of Eighteene hundred forty seven Pounds Sixteene Shillings and Three Farthings.

For the County of Warwick the Su[m]m of Twenty eight thousand and fifty Pounds Eleaven Shillings Eleaven Pence Farthing.

For the City and County of the City of Worcester the Su[m]m of Sixteene hundred seventy nine Pounds Twelve Shillings and Three Pence.

For the County of Worcester the Su[m]m of Twenty three thousand five hundred ninety three Pounds One Shilling and Eight Pence Farthing.

For the City of New Sarum the Su[m]m of Foureteene hundred fifty one Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Foure Pence Halfepenny.

For the rest of the County of Wilts the Su[m]m of thirty seven thousand three hundred forty seven Pounds Nineteene Shillings and Two Pence Farthing.

For the County of Westmorland the Su[m]m of Two thousand two hundred eighty three Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Ten Pence.

For the Isle of Anglesey the Su[m]m of Twelve hundred twenty five Pounds and Eleven Pence Farthing.

For the Borough of Brecon the Su[m]m of One hundred thirty three Pounds Nine Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the rest of the County of Brecon the Su[m]m of Two thousand one hundred fifty five Pounds Eight Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the County of Cardigan the Su[m]m of One thousand twenty nine Pounds Twelve Shillings and One penny Halfe-penny.

For the County-Borough of Carmarthen the Su[m]m of One hundred seventy two Pounds Nine Shillings.

For the County of Carmarthen the Su[m]m of Three thousand one hundred and five Pounds Two Shillings and Eleven pence Halfe-penny.

For the County of Carnarvon the Su[m]m of Seventeene hundred fifty two Pounds Nineteene Shillings and Eleven Pence Farthing.

For the County of Denbigh the Su[m]m of Five thousand one hundred Pounds.

For the County of Flint the Su[m]m of seventeene hundred thirty six Pounds Two Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the County of Glamorgan the Su[m]m of Five thousand nine hundred twenty nine Pounds Seventeene Shillings and Foure Pence Halfe penny.

For the County of Merioneth the Su[m]m of Eighteene hundred twenty foure Pounds Eleven Shillings and Ten Pence Halfepenny.

For the County of Mountgomery the Su[m]m of Foure thousand three hundred eighty nine Pounds Thirteene Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the County of Pembroke the Su[m]m of Two thousand two hundred forty eight Pounds Eight Shillings and Three Pence Halfe-penny.

For the County of Radnor the Su[m]m of Two thousand and nineteene Pounds Foure Shillings and Six Pence.

And for the Towne and County of the Towne of Haverford-West the Su[m]m of One hundred thirty one Pounds and Three Shillings.

II.

Personal Estate (except desperate Debts, Stock on Land, Houshold Goods, and Loans to His Majesty) to pay 3s. in the Pound; Employments of Profit (except Military Officers in Army and Navy).

And be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That towards the raiseing of the said several and respective Su[m]ms of Money hereby charged upon the respective Counties Cities Boroughs Townes and other Places as aforesaid all and every Person and Persons Bodies Politick and Corporate Guilds and Fraternities within the same respectively having any Estate in ready Money or in any Debts whatsoever owing to them within this Realme or without or having any Estate in Goods Wares Merchandizes or other Chattells or Personal Estate whatsoever within this Realme or without belonging to or in Trust for them (except and out of the Premisses deducted such Su[m]s as hee or they doe bona fide owe and such Debts owing to them as shall be adjudged desperate by the Co[m]missioners appointed by this Act and also except the Stock upon Land and such Goods as are used for Household stuff and also except such Loans or Debts as are or shall be owing from His Majesty to any Person or Persons) shall yeild and pay unto His Majesty the Su[m]m of Three Shillings in the Pound according to the true yearely Value thereof for One Year That is to say For every Hundred Pounds of such ready Money and Debts and for every Hundred Pounds worth of such Goods Wares Merchandizes or other Chattells or Personal Estate the Su[m]m of Eighteene Shillings and so after that Rate for every greater or lesser Su[m]m or Quantity to be assessed levied and collected in manner hereafter mentioned And that all and every Person and Persons Co[m]missioner or Co[m]missioners having using or exerciseing any publick Office or Imployment of Proffitt (such Military Officers who are or shall be in Muster by the Muster Master General of His Majesties Guards and Garrisons [or in Pay in His Majesties Guards or Garrisons (fn. 1) ] or Navy in respect of such Offices onely excepted) And all and every their Agents Clerks Secondaries Substitutes and other inferior Ministers whatsoever shall yield and pay unto His Majesty the Su[m]m of Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings which hee or they doe receive in One Yeare by virtue of any Salaries Gratuities Bounty-Money Reward Fees or Proffitts to him or them accruing for or by reason or occasion of their several Offices or Imployments to be assessed imposed levied or collected in such Manner as is hereafter menc[i]oned.

III.

Lands, Tenementes,&c.; to be charged with as much Equality as is possible; To be paid into the Exchequer by Four Quarterly Payments, the First to be made on the Second Day of May.

And to the end the full and entire Su[m]ms by this Act charged upon the several Counties Cities Boroughs Towns and Places respectively as aforesaid may be fully and compleatly raised and paid to His Majesties Use Be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every Manors Messuages Lands and Tenements as also all Quarries Mines of Coal Tin or Lead Copper Mundick Iron or other Mines Iron Works Salt Springs and Salt Works all Allom Mines or Works all Parks Chaces Warrens Woods Underwoods Coppices and all Fishings Tithes Tolls Annuities and all other Yearely Proffitts and all Hereditaments of what nature or kind soever they be situate lyeing and being happening or ariseing within the several and respective Counties Cities Boroughs Towns or Places aforesaid respectively or within any Parts of the same as well within ancient Demesne and other Liberties and Priveledged Places as without and all and every Person and Persons Bodies Politick and Corporate Guilds Mysteries Fraternities and Brotherhoods whether Corporate or not Corporate having or holding any such Mannors Messuages Lands Tenements Hereditaments or other the Premisses in respect thereof shall be charged with as much Equality and Indifferency as is possible by a Pound Rate for or towards the said several and respective Su[m]ms of Money by this Act sett and imposed or intended to be imposed for or upon all and every such Counties Cities Boroughs Towns or other Places hereby charged therewith as aforesaid so that by the said Rates so to be taxed or assessed for or upon the said Ready Moneys Debts Goods Wares Merchandizes Chattells or Personal Estates and for or upon the said Offices or Imployments of Proffitt and for or upon the said Manors Messuages Lands Tenements Hereditaments and other the Premisses according to the Purport and true Meaning of this present Act the full and entire Su[m]ms hereby appointed to be raised as aforesaid shall be compleatly and effectually taxed assessed levied and collected and shall be paid into the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer by Foure Quarterly Payments the first Payment thereof to be made upon the Second day of May which shall be in the Yeare of Our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety eight.

IV.

Landlords to abate for Fee Farm Rents or other Annual Payments issuing out of their Estate.

And whereas many of the Mannors Messuages Lands Tenements Tithes Hereditaments and Premises intended by this Act to be charged with the Pound Rate as aforesaid stand incumbred with or are subject and liable to the Paym[en]t. of several Rent Charges or Annuities or other annual Payments issueing out of the same or to the Payment of diverse Fee-farme-Rents Rents-service or other Rents thereupon reserved or charged by reason whereof the true Owners and Proprietors of such Manors Messuages Lands Tenements or Hereditaments doe not in truth receive to their owne use the true yearely Value of the same for which neverthelesse they are by this Act [charged (fn. 2) ] with a certaine Pound Rate Itt is therefore declared and enacted by the Authority aforesaid That it shall and may be lawfull to and for the Landlords Owners and Proprietors of such Manors Messuages Lands Tenements Hereditaments & Premisses being charged with a Pound Rate as aforesaid to abate and deduct and to retaine and keep in his or their hands out of every such Fee-Farme-Rent or other annual Rent or Payment so much of the said Pound Rate which shall be taxed or assessed upon the said Manors Messuages Lands and Premisses as a like Rate for every such Fee-Farme-Rent or other annual Rent or Payment respectively shall by a just Proportion amount unto and all and every Person and Persons who are or shall be any way intituled to such Rents or Annual Payments are hereby required to allow such Deductions and Payments upon the Receipt of the Residue of such Moneys as shall be due and payable to them for such Rents or annual Payments reserved or charged as aforesaid.

V.

Commissioners appointed.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That for the better assessing ordering levying and collecting of the several Su[m]ms of Money so as aforesaid limitted and appointed to be paid and for the more effectual putting of this present Act in Execution, all and every the Persons hereafter named shall be Co[m]missioners of and for the several and respective Counties Cities Boroughs Townes and Places hereafter mentioned.

For the Towne of Bedford.

The Mayor for the time being William Spencer William Farrer Robert Bell John Spencer Esq[uire]s William Foster Doctor of Laws John Hawes William Manley Francis Brace William Beckett William Faldo John Crawley John Peck George Maddy William Nichols Robert Courtman Gentlemen.

For the rest of the County of Bedford.

The Honorable Henry Lord Ruthin Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Kent The Honorable Edward Lord Russell one of the Sons of the Duke of Bedford The Honorable Robert Lord Russell another of the Sons of the Duke of Bedford The Honorable Robert Bruce The Honoble Charles Leigh Esquires Sir William Gostwick Sir John Napier Sir John Cotton Sir John Burgoyne Sir Thomas Alston Sir Pynsent Chernock Sir John Osborne Sir John Mordaunt Sir Saint Andrew Saint John Sir Thomas Francklin Sir John Chester Sir Phillipp Boteler Baronetts Sir Thomas Rolt Sir John Francklin Sir James Astry Sir William Millard Knights William Duncombe Oliver Luke William Boteler Lewis Monoux Thomas Browne William Hillersdon Samuel Cater John Osborne Theophilus Napier William Farrer senior William Foster Thomas Chryne William Palmer Richard Stone John Vaux John Cockayne William Spencer Richard Edwards William Alston George Edwards Thomas Bromsall Robert Montague Walter Cary John Hervey of Thurleigh Henry Ashleigh junior Samuel Rolt William Pym Samuel Dedford Humphrey Fish Charles Gery Robert Bell William Farrer junior Saint John Thompson Robert Audley John Harvey of Ickwell, Matthew Denis Charles Dymock senior William Livesay Thomas Halpenny Samuel Rodes John Wagstaffe William Simcotts Thomas Snagg Nicholas Granger John Granger William Whitbread Nehemiah Brandreth Richard Wigg Thomas Johnson George Bernardiston Richard Orlebar Will[ia]m Boteler of Wooton John Huxley William Becher John Bigg William Norclyffe Captaine George Byng Richard Buckby Robert Wild Esquires George Nodes Francis Brace Hugh Smith William Burr Thomas Arnald Thomas Bromsall of Roxton William Beadles John Ashcroft John Cockayne George Edwards William Manley Gents.

For the Towne of New Windsor and the Castle there.

The Mayor Aldermen and Steward for the time being Doctor George Haskard Deane The Honorable Bernard Granville Doctor Pratt Prebendary of Windsor William Aldworth Auditor Richard Topham Charles Potts Humphrey Graves Theodore Randu John Powney Horatio Moore John Ball Oldfield of Windsor Bowles Esquires Richard Plumpton Richard Hales Richard Fishburne Francis Negus John Church George Woodson Richard Neal William. Smith [Hawkins (fn. 3) ] Gentlemen John Lord Viscount Fitz Harding of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir William Scawen, Knight.

For the rest of the County of Berks.

The Honorable Paul Foley Esquire Speaker of the House of Co[m]mons Henry Earle of Starling in the Kingdome of Scotland John Lord Viscount Fitz Harding in the Kingdome of Ireland Lord Norreys Son and Heire Apparent of James Earle of Abbingdon The Honorable Bernard Greenville Esq[uire] The Honorable Colonell Henry Mordaunt Sir Humphrey Foster Sir John Stonehouse Sir Thomas Draper Sir William Rich Sir Henry Winchcombe Sir William Kingsmill Sir Walter Clarges Sir Edmond Fettyplace Sir John Hobby Sir John Verney Sir Anthony Craven Sir Willoughby Aston Sir Oliver Ashcombe Sir William Kendrick Baronetts Sir Henry Fane Knight of the Bath Sir Robert Pye Sir Algernoon May Sir Edward Norreys Sir Christopher Wren Sir William Whitlock Sir Johnathan Raymond Sir William Trumball Sir Thomas Travail Sir William Scawen Sir Henry Johnson Knights Gorge Pitt John Stonehouse John Blandy señ? John Archer Richard Nevill Richard Aldworth Richard Jones William Cherry Edmond Fettyplace Edmond Dunch of Wittenham Henry Kingsmill, Thomas Pledwell James Stonehouse Charles Garrard Señ? John Blagrave Francis Norris William Aldworth [Auditor (fn. 4) ] Loftus Brightwell Paul Colton senior William Paul Tanfeild Vachell Charles Fettyplace Paul Colton junior John Hippisley Edward Standen Edmond Pye Robert Southby of Appleton Francis Brodrick John Blandy junior Gilbert Talbott Richard Pye Thomas Fettyplace James Perrott Thomas Buckeridge William Wiseman Simon Harcourt Roger Draper Thomas Strickland William Jennens John Whitfeild James Hayes Edward Sherwood Edmond Sawyer Richard Southby Thomas Turner John Southby Thomas Southby Thomas Lee Francis White John Whitwick Thomas Doleman Edward Strode Thomas Seymour John Smith Sir Thomas Tipping Robert Knight George Harrison Robert Packer Wharton Dunch of Pusey John Powney Blandy Waterman John Porter John Plummer Christopher Willoughby Robert Mayott John Wallis John Holloway William Angell William Thompson John Wildman Arthur Onslow Henry Peacock Thomas Garrard Thomas Harwood William Smith Thomas Medlicott Henry Batten William Barker Walter Knight Charles Garrard junior Bartholomew Tipping Robert Lee Felix Calvert George Blagrave John Peacock John Jennens of Stanford John Due John Dalby Nicholas Pottinger Richard Knapp John Loader Thomas Loader John Pottinger of Sudbury Sebastian Lyford Edward Read Edward Loveden Thomas Read Thomas Fuller Charles Palmer Doctor of Physick Francis Parry Lovelace Hercy Henry Stephens George Pratt Webb Bray of Barrington Esquires Charles Collings David Bigg Scory Barker Charleton Whitlock Lovelace Bigg Francis Goddard William Saint John Edward Rudge John Hillersdon Samuel Barker Joseph Cowslade Abel Bradley Ralph Howland Edward Hungerford Thomas Herne John Bigg Esquires Doctor Francis Carswell of Remenham John Winder James Winch John Pottinger of Inkpen Will[ia]m Yeildall Robert Thompson Moses Bruch Doctor in Physick William Reeves John Bull of Greenham John Marryott of Binfeild Daniel Haynes Robert Jennings Richard Skinner James Stone Charles Lush Rice Watkins Richard Payne Charles Harrison Anthony Leaver Richard Sawyer Peter Wing Nicholas Humphreys Richard Blackall [Thomas (fn. 5) ] Stephens Samuel Watlington Edward Blackstone George Lampert Henry Lampert John Thorne junior Francis Browne Robert Selwood Richard Pusey Robert Blackaller John Herne Robert Greenway Edward Soame Richard Gill Henry Knapp James Corderoy John Payne John Oliver Thomas Tesdale Thomas Haynes Francis Grove of Grove Henry Nelson John Blandy of Littlecomb Bassett John Blance of Charlow Bartholomew Yate George Blagrave of Kentwood George Coles Edward Dalby Adam Smith John Silvester senior John Forster Moses Burley William Nubery Francis Pickott of West Charlow Edward Pocock Thomas Stratton senior Richard Fishborne Peter Sawyer Moses Gill William Wright Richard. Clerke Esquires Humphrey Goares Nathan Granil Robert Mason Richard Cooper Gregory Gearing John Keatt Thomas Rutter Clement Kent James Maynard Thomas Cowslade Simon Winch John Pocock of Streatley Dudson Bacon Richard Mathews Richard Leyford John Wilder John Fellow Silas Seaborow Richard Pottinger John Head of Langly John Head of Hodcott William Deale of Newberry Gentleman Richard Aldworth Doctor of Law James Brewer Doctor in Physick Thomas Geonitt Francis Negus Esquire Thomas Genner Gents Allen of Baseldon William Waterman Henry Bishopp The Mayor of Reading The Mayor of Abingdon The Mayor of Wallingford The Mayor of Newberry The Mayor of Windsore The Mayor of Maidenhead The Alderman of Ockingham for the time being.

For the Towne of Buckingham with Borton Borton-hold Prebend-end Gawcott and Lenborow.

The Bayliffe of Buckingham for the time being Sir Richard Temple Sir John Verney Baronetts Alexander Denton Henry Andrews Edmond Dorrell Edward Bates John Rogers William Busby Esquires Peter Paxton Doctor of Physick Thomas Ethersay William Hartley Alexander Ethersay Thomas Mason Richard Dancer William Mason Gentlemen.

For the Borough of Wicombe.

The Mayor Recorder Aldermen Bayliffes Towne-Clerk for the time being Sir Orlando Gee Charles Godfrey Wynwood Serjeant John Archdale Esquires.

For the rest of the County of Bucks.

The Right Honorable Edward Lord Russell Second Son to the Duke of Bedford The Right Honorable Henry Lord Cavendish Second Son to the Duke of Devonshire The Right Honorable Charles Lord Viscount Cheyne of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honorable Scroope Egerton Lord Viscount Brackley Son and Heire apparent to the Earle of Bridgewater The Right Honorable Mountague Venables Bertie Lord Norreys Son and Heire apparent to the Earle of Abingdon The Honorable William Cheyne The Honorable Charles Bertie The Honorable Henry Bertie The Honorable Henry Pagett The Honorable Morrice Thompson The Honourable Goodwyn Wharton The Honorable William Mountague Esquires Sir Henry Hobart Sir Richard Temple Sir John Chester Sir Charles Gerrard Sir John Packington Sir Thomas Tyrrell Sir Dennis Hampson Sir John Aubury Sir William Bowyer Sir Paul Whitchcott Sir John Conaway Sir Thomas Lee Sir John Verney Sir Thomas Whitwrong Sir Peter Tyrrell Sir Walter Clarges Sir Henry Seymour Sir Joseph Alston Sir Thomas Tipping Barronetts Sir William Trumball Sir Orlando Gee Sir Cesar Wood alias Cranmer Sir James Etheridge Sir Roger Hill Sir Robert Clayton Sir William Whitlock Sir William Pritchard Sir Marmaduke Dayrell Sir Owen Buckingham Sir William Scawen Sir John Busbey Sir Thomas Cobb Knights John Thurbourne Serjeant att Law Richard Hampden Roger Pen of Pen Edmond Waller Thomas Piggott James Herbert Richard Beke Cesar Wood alias Cranmer Thomas Tyrrell Harry Tyrrell Alexander Denton Mountague Drake Edmond Wallers of Gregories Henry Neale John Backwell Francis Duncomb of Broughton Charles Godfrey Thomas Ligoe of Burkett Edward Nicholas Johnshall Crosse Roger West Richard Ingoldsby William Farrar of Brafeild Francis Drake John Parkhurst Budd Wase William Croke William Busby Edward Hart of Brill Simon Mayne Thomas Lewis Nicholls Hackett Robert Dormer of Lee Edward Bates John Tyrringham Richard Baldwyn Robert Lovett Francis Knowles Wynwood Serjeant Richd. Greenvill Roger Price Joseph Haynes John Proby Thomas Halsey James Selby Francis Tyrringham John Lee William Lisle James Chace John Rogers Thomas Carter of Oakley John Limbory Burlace Warren Henry Stevens Bazill Brent Edward Leigh William Lowndes William Johnson of Oney Roger Chapman Stephen Chace senior Ralph Laughton William Evelyn Fleetwood Dormer John Hampden Francis Ligoe William Freeman of Fawleigh Court James Tyrrell of Oakley Thomas Chapman Benjamin Lane Henry Gold Downhall Thursby Robert [Tash (fn. 6) ] Joseph Somner Hugh Horton Thomas Farrer Thomas Lister John Crispe Daniel Baker John Woodhouse Doctor of Physick Richard Alkin Thomas Willis Thomas Saunders of New Land John Sheppard of Lydcott Joseph Neale Edward Alston Thomas Eyre John Archdale William Russell William Cobb Arthur Moore William Cock John Dormer of Rousham Edward Sayer Henry Andrews Thomas Eyre junior Abell of East Claydon Henry Reeve Henry Knapp John Nape Edward Lane John Deacle Edward Reeve Patrick Lamb of Stoke-pages James Tyrrell Thomas Bard Henry Purefoy Phillipp Neeve Richard Dorrell Richard Seare of Horridge Anthony Sturt Esquires William Stafford William Hill of Weston Thomas Smith of Beconsfeild Richard Whitchurch Thomas Ligoe of Stoke Mandevill Robert Gainsford John Theed William Duncombe of Barley End Henry Cave senior Henry Cave jun[ior] Thomas Theed of Linslade Christopher Mayne William Edgell John Ferrars William Hill of Kingswood Thomas Gibson Timothy Doyley John Sparks Plastoe of Swalden Christopher Tower John Hillesdon Henry Harris Richard Cockman Richard Boroby Nathaniel Weeden Thomas Hodson Henry Coley Thomas Daverell of Swanbourne Richard Dorrell Peter Dickenson Henry Fletcher of Marlow John Gibbons Clement Hedington Thomas Su[m]mer Matthew Butterfeild Richard Style of Turvill Michael Seare of Masworth Robert Gainsford junior William Hill jun[ior] of Chesham Jonas Taylor Robert Adams of Swanbourne Richard Rose James Summer John Tanner Doctor of Physick Robert Weeden William Johnson of Ivingho Nathaniel Southeen Timothy Winkfeild John Stace Richard Whitlock John Price William Ball Charles Dane Thomas Lake of Buckland Thomas Machell Thomas Butterfeild of Wooburne Robert Chisall James Harman senior William Chaloner Joseph Clever Thomas Saunders of Haddenham Thomas Gibson jun[ior] Francis Mead Batchelor of Physick William Jarman John Parran Crawley Samuel Wells William Canon Baldwyn of Chesham Francis Johnson of Ivingoe William Lambarne John Francklyn Richard Stace John Bigg William Meade William Gyles senior Samuel Aldridge Johnathan Hammond Gentlemen.

For the University and Towne of Cambridge.

The Vice-Chancellor for the time being The Mayor for the time being The Honorable John Mountague Doctor of Divinity The Honorable Henry Boyle Esq[uire] Sir William Dawes Baronett Joseph Beamont Humphrey Gower John Balderston William Saywell John Colvile Samuel Blithe James Johnson Charles Roderick Gabriel Quadring William Stanley Thomas Browne Thomas Smoult Thomas Bainbrigg. Miles Barne Henry James Doctors in Divinity William Cooke George Oxendon Richard Berry Doctors in Law John Braddy Christopher Green Doctors in Physick. Isaac Newton Master of Arts Sir Thomas Chichley Knight Sir John Cotton Baronett Isaac Watlington Esquire Tanfield Le[m]mon. Esquire Robert Drake junior Esquire Nathaniel Crabb Samuel Newton Thomas Ewen Thomas Fox Thomas Fowle. Nicholas Eagle Charles Chambers Thomas Walker William Watson John Frohock Newling Aldermen William Worts Esquire John Perne Esquire Hugh Martin Esquire Robert Drake senior Gents William Barron Gents Gerrard Herring Gents Daniel Love Gents.

For the Isle of Ely.

The Right Honorable Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Sewster Peyton Baronett Sir Lionel Walden Knight James Mountague Esq[uire] Chief Justice of Ely Sigismond Trafford Josiah Colvile Thomas Edwards senior Lionel Walden John Twells John Jenyns Roger Jenyns David Rowlands Ralph Pierson William Fortrey Robert Apreece Hugh Underwood Nicholas Malaber Henry Yates Robert Swaine Thomas Swaine William March Charles Bartee Thomas Wiseman Thomas Harrison John Keate James Willymott Marlborne Carroll Richard Russell Thomas Foulkes George Downes Edward Downes William Tanner Simon Burton John Pamplin William Browne Henry Goodrick Bewsery Bell Henry Edwards Robert Drake junior Esquires Doctor Lamb Deane of Ely William Cook William Balam Henry Hitch Doctor of Physick Francis Ferne Prebend of Ely William Coldwell Clerke George Underwood John Bellamy John Marshall Thomas Whetstone Guy Chapman Fuller Thomas Watson Robert Drake senior William Thory Joseph Taylor Thomas Wilson Toyer Foster Richard Read of Chatteris Peregrine Doyley William Bourne Gents.

For the rest of the County of Cambridge.

The Right Honorable Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honorable Hildebrand Lord Allington of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honorable John Lord Cutts of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Thomas Chitchley Knight Sir Christopher Hatton Sir John Cotton Sir Thomas Willys Sir Richard Bennett Sir Henry Pickering Sir Rushout Cullen Sir George Downing Sir Paul Whitchcott Sir John Burgoyne Sir Cave James Baronetts Sir Robert Cotton Sir Marmaduke Doyrell Knights John Willys John Bennett William Russell Granado Piggott William Fortrey Thomas Duckett John Hagar Samuel Clarke Devereux Martin Thomas Story William Layer senior Anthony Thompson Thomas Daye John Love Thomas Hanmer Matthew Halworthy John Millicent Thomas Archer senior Edward Nightingale Thomas Buck Ralph Lane David Rowlands Gilbert Wigmore Charles Barron Thomas Crudd Mildmay Dowman Thomas Sclater William Worts Altham Smith Tyrrell Dalton Thomas Bendish Theophilus Tyrrell Roger Rant Thomas Foulkes John Foulkes William Layer junior James Willymott Christopher Jefferson Wicksted Weld Arthur Jocelyn William Norris Tregonnell Frampton Edward Leeds Thomas Hitch Robert Drake junior Robert Haggar John Brownell John Perne John Pamphlyn Esquires William Cook Doctor of Laws John Butler Doctor of Laws Matthew Kirby Doctor in Divinity Thomas Archer junior John Carter Robert Caseborne Roger Syzer. Arthur Jocelyn senior John Clinch Guy Chapman Fuller Robert Flack John Keate Isaac Dowman John Mason Robert Drake senior John Rant William Eversden ( (fn. 7) ) William Bernard William Harvey Samuel Gatword John Hasell Riches John Morden John Webb of Wimple William Caseborne of Fordham William Clayton Gentlemen.

For the City and County of the City of Chester.

The Right Worshipfull the Mayor of the City for the time being Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Recorder Sir Thomas Grosvenor Sir John Mainwaring Sir Richard Leving Baronetts Peter Shakerley Hugh Grosvenor John Grosvenor Roger Mostyn of Brumbo Peter Penant Thomas Cowper John Williams Deputy Recorder George Booth Robert Crompton Esquires Thomas ( (fn. 8) ) Wainwright Doctor of Law Henry Lloyd William Ince William Wilson Hugh Starkey Francis Skellern Peter Bennett William Allen Gentlemen The Two Sheriffs for the time being Henry Bennett William Bennett Thomas Hand Benjamen Chritchley William Starkey Richard Oulton Puleston Partington John Golborne Robert Murray Michael Johnson John Kinniston Arthur Bolland Robert Hewett Captaine John Sparke Robert Callys John Hulton Richard Minshall John Jones Matthew Anderton Edward Starkey Johnathan Whitby Edward Partington John Warrington Thomas Maddock Thomas Ward Joseph Maddock James Mainwaring Owen Ellis William Mercer William Coker Thomas Warmingham Samuel Heath John Minshall Thomas Parnell Thomas Wright Gents.

For the County of Chester.

The Honorable Mountague Lord Norris The Honorable Fitton Gerrard [The Hono[ra]ble George Booth (fn. 9) ] The Honoble George Cholmondeley Sir Joseph Jekyl Chief Justice of Chester Thomas Lee Esq[uire] High Sheriffe for the said County Sir Thomas Delves Sir Thomas Grosvenor Sir Willoughby Aston Sir Roger Mostyn Sir Peter Warburton Sir Thomas Bellott Sir Richard Brookes Sir Robert Duckenfield Sir John Worden Sir John Mainwaring Sir Robert Cotton Knight and Baronett Sir John Ardern Sir John Crew Sir William Glegge Sir Richard Reynolds Sir Richard Leving Thomas Delves Thomas Aston Thomas Cotton Mountague Drake John Leigh of Adlington Nathaniel Booth Peter Leigh of Booths John Warren William Davenport John Lawton Richard Legh Samuel Daniel John Allen of Baguley George Booth Peter Shackerley Johnathan Bruen Roger Mainwaring Roger Wilbraham Peter Wilbraham Randle Wilbraham Thomas Brookes George Vernon Richard Lister Thomas Stevens se[rmon] Thomas Stevens jun[ior] Thomas Maisterson John Davenport Charles Hurleston John Chettwood Thomas Swettenham Edmond Swettenham Edmond Jodrell Austin Legh Thomas Aldersey Nathaniel Lee William Mynshall Reginald Bretland Peter Warburton Thomas Warburton Richard Wright John Goldsmith Richard Walthall Thomas Ravenscroft John Venables John Pickering Lawrence Wright Richard Minshall William Whitmore George Lucy Samuel Hardaware. Henry Bradshaw Joseph Hockenhull Thomas Hollinshead John Baskervile Esq[uire] William Jackson Doctor of Physick George Dodd William Gamull John Hardware Lawrence Booth of Twemlow Edward Thornicroft Edward Wright of Stretton Thomas Dod of Edge John Dod of Broxton Thomas Dod of Hampton John Massey of Codington Leech of Carden Edward Glegg of Grange John Higginbotham John Cotton of Congleton William Oldfeild senior William Hurleston Gabriel Wettenhall Esq[uire] William Oldfeild junior Thomas Hulse John Parker Gents. Mayor of Macklesfeild for the time being Thomas Legh Recorder Thomas Wright Phillipp Andrew William Row Thomas Lunt John Blagg John Houghton Thomas Hodson Peter Wright Aldermen John Ward of Capeston George Leicester Thomas Brotherton Esquire Sir Henry Banbary Baronett Robert Crompton Esq.

For the County of Cornwall.

The Right Honorable James Vernon Esq[uire] Principal Secretary of State The Right Honorable Hugh Boscawen one of His Majesties most Honorable Privy Councel Bernard Granvill John Granvill Francis Robarts Russell Robarts Esquires Henry Lord Hyde Son and Heire Apparent of Lawrence Earle of Rochester Charles Lord Cheyne in the Kingdome of Scotland The Honoble George Booth Esq[uire] The Honorable Francis Godolphin Son and Heire Apparent of Sidney Lord Godolphin Richard Erisey High Sheriff of the said County Sir Richad Vivian Sir William Godolphin Sir Peter Killigrew Sir William Coryton Sir Andrew Slanning Sir John St. Aubin Sir John Molesworth Sir Peter Prideaux. Sir Francis Drake Baronetts Sir Bevill Granvill Sir Walter Moyle Sir Joseph Tredenham Sir John. Cotton Knights Charles Trevanion of Carhayes Charles Trelawney Samuell Rolle John Specott John Tredenham Daniel Elliott Johnathan Rashleigh John Buller John Tanner Charles Kendall Charles Godolphin John Buller junior Joseph Saule Charles Grills Samuel Travers Thomas Vivian Humphrey Nicoll Sidney Godolphin Henry Trelawney Hugh Fortescue Edward Elliott John Kendall John Gregor James Kendall Hugh Pyper John Treffrye Francis Calmady Joseph Moyle James Prade William Bond John Clobery John Polwhele Nicholas Morice Emanuel Pyper Alexander Pendarves John Ennis William Arscott William Harris Thomas Achim John Fowell Nathaniel Moyle Alexander Carew Joseph Penhallow ( (fn. 10) ) John Murth James Bond Francis Wills Johnathan Trelawney George Sprye Henry Vincent Hugh Tonken Henry Manaton Francis Manaton Shadrack Vincent John Courtney Richard Scoble John Hicks Francis Scoble James Kestle Narcissus Lutterell John Hoblyn John Nichols Warwick Mohun Peter Trevisa Thomas. Hawkey Esquires Henry Gregor Charles Bonithon Serjeant att Law Christopher Baron Sampson Hill William Williams of Probus Johnathan Prideaux John Williams of Truthen John Williams of Carvean John Oliver of Sitheney John Bassett Edward Dennis Henry. Penrose of [Menacken (fn. 11) ] Anthony Tanner Richard Williams John Anstis of St. Nyott William Flamanke of Boscarne William Cock of Helston Thomas Bewes Richard Trevanion of Virian John Robins of Virain John Rowe of Pennant John Foote John Cole John Oben of Gushland Bernard Kendall Gentlemen Richard Weeke of North-weeke Esquire Charles Trubody John Billing Johnathan Tincombe Francis Bassett Esquires Thomas Hawkins Arthur Vincent Francis Kelly Zacheus Andrew Gentlemen Walter Langford of Langford Hill [Renatus (fn. 12) ] Bellott Francis Seyntaubin Gaurigan Seyntaubin Johnathan Toller John Flamanck John Arscott John Fortescue Daniel Gwyn John Newman Edward Hoblyn of Croane Arthur Fortescue Thomas Hoblyn of Penhergard Peter Symonds Walker Hobbs William Halls Francis Kekewick Hubbard Glyn Richard Eares of ( (fn. 13) ) Bodennick John Williams of Carnanton Thomas Carthew Gentlemen John Peter of Percotham Esq[uire] Thomas Dodson John Clarke Roscarrock Dunkyn Esquires Richard Moyle Reginald Bawden Stephen Robins Thomas Waddon Martyn Ryder Esquires William Martin Reginald Hawkey John Kestle Nicholas Kempe William Hancock Nicholas Archer Thomas Herle John Worth William Kekewich John Penneck Thomas Johnson James Keigwyn Joseph Marke William Tregea John Prideaux of Padstow Charles Trevanion of Tregarthen Richard Harris of Rooke Edmund Prideaux Esquires William Yeo John Foote of Truroe Richard Erisey of St. Nyatt John Tregayle Robert Rouse Francis Achin John Burlase of Pendeene Thomas Hoblyn of Trevascus Edward Penrose of Penrose Henry Braddon William Scawen Richard Remfry Phillipp Hawkins Dennis Glynn John Verman Richard Herd John Manley Paul Archer Samuel Gilbert John Trelawney Francis Penrose Charles Orchard Samuel Gully Thomas Hoblyn of Saint Cullombe Christopher Harris of Carnigee John Nance William Cary William Bridges Walter Moyle Henry Fleming Francis Gwyn John Molesworth John Mount Stephens William Sprye of Blisland Esquires John French William Burgoyne Henry Bond of Lanhidrock John Lawer Gents. Henry Jones of Penrose William Sprye Councellor att Law Henry Darrell Edward Elliot junior Esquires William Hooper Robert Molesworth Thomas Worth Sampson Sands of St. Kiverne Gentlemen Simon Leach William May Gents. Oliver Costick William Beale Gents. James Mountague Esquire Nicholas Bosan Gents. Robert Berry of Plymouth Robert Berry of St. Cullombe Warwick Hawkey Esquires John Dingley Gents. James Keigwyn Hugh Jones Thomas Howell William Nicholls Francis Painter Esquires Thomas Gregor Thomas Glynne Humphrey Williams William Hamley of Treblethock Gentlemen John Barrett of Killigreene John Pomeroye of Fowey Peter Major of Tregarthen John Lawer of Michaelstowe Joseph Hawkey Henry Hawkins Peter Champion Gentlemen Emanuel Pyrer Esquire William Browne Reynold Couch Gentlemen.

For the County of Cumberland.

The Honorable William Howard Esquire The Honorable Goodwin Wharton Esquire Sir Christopher Musgrave Baronett Sir John Dalston Bar. Sir George Fletcher Bar. Sir John Lowther of Whitehaven Bar. Sir Charles Gerrard Bar. Sir Richard Sandford Bar. Sir Milfred Lawson Bar. Sir William Pennington Bar. Sir Richard Musgrave Baronett Sir John Ballentine Knight Sir Daniel Fleming Knight Christopher Musgrave Esq[uire] Henry Fletcher Esq[uire] James Lowther Esq[uire] Edward Stanley Esq[uire] Milfred Lawson Esq[uire] Joseph Huddleston Esq[uire] Robert Carleton Esq[uire] John Dalston Esq[uire Richard Patrickson Esq[uire] John Aglionby Esq[uire] Thomas Lamplugh Esq[uire] Richard Lamplugh Esq[uire] Anthony Hatton Esq[uire] Roger Kirkby Esq[uire] William Fleming Esq[uire] Edward Hasell Esq[uire] John Foster Esq[uire] William Gilpin Esq[uire] Darcy Curwen Esq[uire] John Winder Esq[uire] Ewen Christian Esquire Leonard Dykes Esq[uire] John Senhouse Esq[uire] Thomas Browham Esq[uire] Henry Salkeld Esq[uire] Thomas Addison Esq[uire] Henry Blencow Esq[uire] Henry Fletcher of Tallentire Esq[uire] John Punsonby Esq[uire] Timothy Fetherstonhaugh Esq[uire] Richard Eaglesfeild Andrew Whelpdale ( (fn. 14) ) Nicholson of Carlisle William Tory Gawen Wren George Sisson John Gale James Maxwell Joshua Lathes Thomas Simpson Joseph Relfe Henry Ingman Gentlemen The Mayor of Carlisle for the time being Edward Lawson Esquire.

For the County of Derby.

The Right Honorable William Lord Marquesse of Hartington Son and Heire Apparent of William Duke of Devonshire The Right Honorable Lord Henry Cavendish Second Son to his Grace the Duke of Devonshire. The Right Honorable the Lord Rosse Son and Heire Apparent of John Earle of Rutland The Right Honorable the Lord Stanhope Son and Heire Apparent to Phillipp Earle of Chesterfeild The Honourable Robert Shirley Esq[uire] The Honorable Anchitell Gray Esq[uire] The Honorable Robert Cecill Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Gresley Sir Robert Burdett Sir Edward Cook Sir Henry Every Sir Nathaniel Curson Sir Phillipp Gell Sir Paul Jenkinson Sir Charles Pye Baronetts Sir Simon Degg Sir Gilbert Clarke Sir Edward Abney Sir Charles Scrimshire High Sheriff of the County of Derby Sir Richard Leving. Knights Willoughby Gray Henry Gilbert Robert Sacheverell Francis Munday John Low Matthew Smith Gilbert Mundy Henry Keyes Paul Jodrell John Osborne William Fitz Herbert Thomas Allestrey Esquires Gilbert Heathcote William Horne Samuel Bradshaw John Parker George Gregson Henry Low John Holden Anthony Bradshaw Henry Pilkington William Hunter John Richardson Henry Goodyeare John Wilson Robert Newton Nehemiah Pineger Samuel Richardson Leonard Fosbroke Gentlemen Henry Heveningham Walter Burdett Thomas Cooke George Gresley John Burdett Robert Wilmott Robert Harding Charles Jennings Henry Kendal Gilbert Thacker John Fitz Herbert William Allestrees John Allen William Barnes John Wilkins John Harpur of Calk John Harpur of Littleover Phillipp Prince Esquires Eusebius Dormer Richard Sales William Shallcrosse Gentlemen George Vernon Henry Every Henry Cavendish Samuel Pole Robert Cooke Godfrey Meynell Alexander Stanhope Thomas Browne Robert Willmot of Spoodon Robert Wilmot of Duffield Richard Bates John Borrows Esquires Robert Doxey Richard Stubbings Gentlemen Rowland Oakover Thomas Rudyard George Parker Thomas Parker Thomas Millward Esquires James Trott Robert Dale Christopher Ley William James John Hayne Sampson Baker William Wingfeild John Slach, Lawrence Sleigh William Alsop Francis Sleigh Robert Mellor John Botham Robert Ferne Joseph Woollhouse Gentlemen William Eyre John Shallcrosse Thomas Wright Henry Gilbert junior John Bullock George Savill Thomas Leigh Henry Bradshaw John Stephenson John Bagshaw Esquires Thomas Bagshaw Benjamin Ashton John Berisford Thomas Slatham Arthur Dakeyne James Webster John Calvert John Buxton James Sherrard John Richardson of Newton Benjamin Hayward Richard Bateman Gents. Samuel Pierpont John Revell George Sitwell John Wigfall Robert Revell Robert Ashton John Morewood Robert Barker Robert Mower Thomas Woollhouse Lionel Fanshaw Thomas Cotchett John Spateman Christopher Pegg Samuel Hallows Thomas Eyre Samuel Dalton John [Addersley (fn. 15) ] Esquires The Mayor of Chesterfeild for the time being Richard Youle John Ash Francis Moore Aldermen Andrew Clayton John Stephenson Thomas Burley John Smithson George Millward John Wingfeild Francis Gregg Richard Hall John Dand Godfrey Watkinson Paul Webster John Turner Francis Strut Gents. Thomas Stafford Esq[uire] The Mayor of Derby for the time being John Brookhouse Thomas Goodwin Samuel Spateman Solomon Roberts Aldermen George Beardsley Joseph Parker John Bagnold John Gisborne John Oldershaw William Hodgekinson John Taylor Hugh Bateman Edward Large William Turner William Chambers Benjamin Parker William Greaves Linacre Edward Parker Edmond Parker James [Motteram (fn. 16) ] Ralph Brough William Hodgekinson of Overton Seth Wood Adam Bagshaw Henry. Gill Gentlemen Thomas Gladwin Esquire Thomas Wright Charles Wayne Gentlemen.

For the City and County of Exon.

The Mayor Aldermen Sheriff and Co[m]mon Council for the time being Sir Edward Seymour Baronett Sir Joseph Tily Sir John Elwil Knights The Honorable Richard Annesly Deane Thomas Northmore John Pratt Charles Vaughan Richard Isaac Thomas. Gibbons William Martin William Glyde Robert Woolcombe James Glyde Nicholas Brooking Esq[uire]s Thomas Waterhouse William Musgrave John Osborne Doctor of Physick Phillipp Hooper Bernard Goddard Abraham Troute Richard White senior Francis Lidston Thomas Turner John Pym Merchants Thomas Sampson William Matthews Thomas Su[m]mers Richard Attwell Jerom King Thomas Jeffrey George Gould Clement Weeks Richard Veale James Gould Doctor William Holwell John Dalley William Sprey John Pope Richard Ponsford Tristrum Bowdage Edward Cheeke Henry Arthur Daniel Slade Charles Yeo Francis Pengelly John Drake Nicholas Elwill.

For the County of Devon.

The Honorable Edward Lord Russell The Honorable Robert Lord Russell The Honoble James Lord Russell Sons to the Duke of Bedford The Honorable Charles Lord Spencer The Honorable Lord Chief Justice Treby John Granville Esq Sir Edward Seymour Sir Peter Prideaux Sir Francis Drake Sir Ames Pollard Sir John Pole Sir Francis Northcott Sir George Chudleigh Sir William Courtnay Sir William Davy Sir Hugh Ackland Sir William Drake Sir Richard Reynell Sir Thomas Leare Sir Walter Young Sir Andrew Slaining Sir Arthur Chichester Sir Thomas [Put (fn. 17) ] Sir John Trevillian Sir William Corryton Baronetts Sir John Rolle Sir Henry Fane Sir Simon Leech Knights of the Bath Sir Rowland [Gwynne (fn. 18) ] Sir John Elwill Sir Thomas Berry Sir George Hutchins Sir Thomas Trevor Sir Joseph Herne Knights Henry Portman Francis Courtenay Samuel Rolle Francis Fulford George Parker Richard Duke John Clobery Richard Coffin Johnathan Prideaux Dennis Rolle Roger Cheeke William Hayden John Cholwich Gideon Heydon Gideon Heydon jun[ior] Charles Vaughan Richard Carew John Northcott Bampfeild Rodd Will[ia]m Langford William Harris John Harris of Wortham Nicholas Morrice John [Bluett (fn. 19) ] John Copleston Roger Woollacombe Roger Woollacombe junior John Burrington William Burgoyne John Fry Thomas Wood Christopher Savory Thomas Northmore Phillipp Shapcott Gilbert Yard Henry Manaton Courtenay Croker John Garland Henry Chichester William Stawell John Quick John Gifford senior John Gifford jun[ior] Martin Rider Charles Hore Richard Lee Will[ia]m Coleman Sebastian Isaac Henry Walrond John Chichester William Hayne John Sandford. William Fowell William Bragg Sampson Hele Thomas Drew William Cary Edward Yard senior Edward Yard junior Richard Copleston Edward Yard of Tresurers Beer Nicholas Fry Edmond Walrond John Arscott Arthur Tremaine Edmond Tremaine Richard Ackland Thomas Roop Hugh Fortescue Edward Fortescure Richard Shapleigh Hugh Stafford Thomas Stafford Charles Trelawney Henry Trelawney Edmond Prideaux Edward Lovett John Pollexfen George Prestwood Thomas Bere Josias Calmady Hugh Stafford junior Humphrey Gilbert John Worth of Washfeild Esq[uire] John Spark James Holway Charles Parker John Pratt James Hewis Thomas Sampson Robert Hacche John Rose Nicholas Ashford George Musgrave James Courtenay John Fownes John Martin Thomas Melwish Edmond Pollexfen Peter Beavis Richard Osborne Daniel Vinecomb William Northmore Thomas Pulman of Columpton John Thorne John Corindon Richard Steveens Ellis Bartlett George Southcott Thomas Southcott John Hanbury William Drake George Yeo Robert Yeo Francis Gwynn Thomas Docton John Trelawney of Ham John Hoblin John Prideaux George St. Loe [Co[m]missioners (fn. 20) ] att the Dock George Fortescue Henry Arscott Henry Carew Thomas Gibbon Edward Holwell Samuel Wooten Thomas Wise Thomas Cholwich Henry Hooke Nicholas Cove Thomas Quick Nicholas Fursdon Walter Shapcott John Moore Richard Hillersdon Edmond Reynell Nicholas Martin William Martin William Bastard William Dyer Thomas Parker Ames Crimes John Fowell Jasper Radcliffe Lewis Ingledon John Speccott Nicholas Hooper John Tanner Arthur Champneys Christopher Bale Walter Bogan John Spurway Peter Atkyns Anthony Salter John Crunys Francis Sheppard Andrew Davy Moses Gould Richard Duke junior Samuel Tanner Edmond Start Benjamin Oliver Richard Strode Southcott Lutterell Arthur Kelley Richard Burthogge Edward Ford Henry Southcott Nicholas Roop Joseph Drake John Drake Phillip Andrews Rowland [Widdan (fn. 21) ] John Davy Francis Ware William Sparke William Downe John Hacche of Allor John Northmore John Langford Peter Spoure Christopher Lethbridge Lawrence Hayne Richard Nuttcombe William Symonds Arthur Culme John Harris of Pickwell Henry Moore Robert Burridge John Upcott Bernard Goddard Mathias Jenkins John Southell John Doidge Cholmley Doyley Thomas Stawell John Rogers Richard Parminter John Laud Abraham Troute John Paige Robert Bathe Robert Berry William Oxenham John Countee William Hellyar Benjamin Gayer William Gilbert John Blagdon Andrew Jeffery John Raymond William Cotton Richard Doidge of Lee John Dowrich James Northleigh Joseph Jory John Brutton George Towbridge John Ivy John Jones Roger Chamberlaine Thomas Pyne Doctor of Physick William Ball Nicholas Trist of Dorsley Bartholomew Anthony John Gay James Smith John Fortescue Richard Brooke John Long David Long William Matthews John Munyon Joseph Wilcocks Thomas Bound John Neel William Gilbert Francis Pengelly John Fountaine William Cholwich John Full Mark Delve Nicholas Rowe Robert Edgecombe junior Jasper Mauditt Esquires Marshal Eyres Richard Fownes Richard Lee junior Richard Bere George Hartnoll William Bartlett Richard Saunders George Cockram Thomas Gilbert Thomas Hold of Borough Frederick Herne Esquires The Mayor of Plimouth for the time being The Mayor of Barnstable for the time being The Mayor of Biddiford for the time being The Mayor of Totnes for the time being The Mayor of Tiverton for the time being The Mayor of Torrington for the time being The Mayor of Dartmouth for the time being The Mayor of Southmolton for the time being The Mayor of Oakhampton for [the (fn. 22) ] time being William Williams Thomas Corindon Arthur St. Leger Esquires Thomas Trosse Thomas Warren of Bradninch Richard Maltack Doctor James Young Philip Elston of Elston Bartholomew Gidley of Gidley George Gere Thomas Young John Jones Nathaniel Cleaveland Edmond Prideaux of Netherton Richard Reynell John Battishill Esquires John Bennett William Chaplen William Northmore John Thorne Gentlemen.

For the County of Dorsett.

Anthony Lord Ashley Son and Heire apparent to the Earle of Shaftsbury Sir John Moreton Sir John Pole Sir Nathaniel Napier Baronetts Sir Robert Napier Knight and Baronett Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir John Hawles His Majesties Sollicitor Generall Sir George Strode Sir Henry Butler Sir Matthew Andrews Sir Stephen Evance Knights Thomas Strangways Thomas Freke Henry Portman Thomas Erle Edward Berkley Thomas Trenchard Samuel Roll Richard Fownes William Strode Robert Freke senior William Okeden Robert Coker senior Robert Coker junior Charles Churchill Edward Nicholas William Whitaker John Still Robert Seymer William Ettrick Michael Harvey Thomas Freke junior Thomas Green Sebastian Isaac Robert Freke junior Edward Meller Edward Seymour Thomas Ryves Thomas Hardy John Williams Francis Mohun Hugh Chudleigh Henry Seymer Thomas Chafe Hugh Hodges John Eastmont Harry Constantine Anthony Ettrick John Fisher Henry Devenish George Parry Robert Browne of Frampton Robert Browne Richard Brodripp Nathaniel Bond His Majesties Serjeant att Law Nathaniel Napier Henry [Henning (fn. 23) ] John Gould Nicholas Romaine William Floyer Anthony Floyer William Bennett junior of Hartgrove John Lawrence of Grange William Bowles senior Simon Whetcombe John Abington George Kate Ralph Ironside John Bowles John Hardy Thomas Turbervill Robert Oxenbridge William Churchill Richard Swayne Robert Erle George [Dawbney (fn. 24) ] John Mitchell Thomas Skinner Gilbert Mohun of Fleet Charles Brewin William Sedenham Richard Bingham William Lawrence William Weston Robert Hussey of Stower Paine William Fillioll James Gould Thomas Seward John Burridge Nicholas Hardy William Bennett Richard Rose Robert Pope William Wake Gerrard Wood Robert Stephens Nicholas Browne Andrew Loader George Lester Thomas Delacourt Richard Churchill George Barber Thomas Bower John Flint Christopher Pitt Doctor of Physick John Pitt William Culliford Thomas Cockram William Collens of Lynch John Pike Lewis Cockram Roger Mompesson Robert Burridge John Edwards John Strode of Chantry Solomon Andrews Thomas [Chettle (fn. 25) ] Thomas Chafin Thomas Gundry Daniel Dugdale Robert Swaine of Corfe John Banks Richard Swaine Robert Butler John Fry Thomas Hawles Richard Newman John Richards Henry Henley Thomas Williams Phillipp Taylor [Merchants (fn. 26) ] The Mayors of Dorchester Shaftsbury Weymouth and Melcomb Regis Corfe Wareham and Lime Regis The Bayliffs of Blandford and Bridport for the time being George Jegger Robert Russell Thomas Rose Doctor of Physick John Oldiss George Mullins Christopher Collier Thomas Turberville junior Simon Orchard William Bennett of Shafton Richard Henville Thomas Cooper of Sherborne Anthony Larder George Strode Robert Fry Phillipp Caldecott Thomas Windham Edward Clavell William Collier Thomas Chapman James Hall William Rose Edward Kennel William Shepphard Thomas Shephard George Lewen William Lewis John Fitch William Fitch Thomas Rose of Purbeck Richard Highmore of Purse Candle Gents George Goulds of Beastall Robert Combs John Bithwood Robert Henley Courtenay Croker John Pottinger Henry Chafin Peter Walter Lawrence Culliford Esq[uire] Nathaniel Smith.

For the Towne and County of Poole.

The Mayor for the time being Mr. William White Recorder Moses Durell sen[ior] Mr. William Pyke Shadrach Beale Moses Durell jun[ior] Mr. George Lewen Thomas Smith William Minty Robert Bennett The Sheriff for the time being Mr. Henry Jubber William Phiphard Joseph Waddam.

For the County of Durham.

The Honourable Charles Mountague Esq[uire] High Sheriff of the said County Robert Dormer Esquire Temporal Chancellor Sir Christopher Musgrave Knight and Baronett Sir Ralph Cole Sir Richard Sandford Sir Thomas Williamson Sir Henry Liddell Sir James Clavering Sir Mark Milbank Sir William Chaytor Sir Robert Eden Sir Edward Blackett Sir William Blackett Sir William Boughton Baronetts Sir Ralph Carr Sir William Bowes Sir Henry Bellassis Sir Robert Shaftoe Sir Francis Blake Knights The Deane and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of Durham for the time being Doctor Brookbank Spiritual Chancellor The Honorable Mr. Booth Archdeacon of Durham Henry Lambton Esquire Attorney General William Lambton Christopher Vane Nicholas Cole William Tempest William Forster Robert Byerly James Darcy Mark Shaftoe Lionel Vane Robert Bowes Robert Jennison George Morland John Clavering James Clavering John Hutton John Hilton Thomas Liddell Henry Liddell Francis Carr Robert Ellison William Carr James Clavering junior John Sedgwick Walter Ettrick William Strother of Cowbery George Bowes Ralph Carr Robert Wright Esquires Thomas Owen Ralph Milbanck Charles Howard Thomas Foster Charles Wrenn Rowland Place Thomas [Lister (fn. 27) ] Frevile Lambton Thomas Coniers Alexander Davison John Rogers John Morland Anthony Salvin Ralph Hellworth Timothy Wittingham Christopher Sanderson Richard Middleton John Middleton John Cuthberts John Carre William Killinghall Thomas Wilkinson Esquires Doctor Hartwell Mr. Clayton Mr. Aisley John Spearman Gents Under Sheriff Cuthbert Bowes Thomas Blakiston John Elstob Ralph Hutton Thomas Bowes John Jenkins Gentlemen Mayor of Durham for the time being Mayor of Stockton for the time being John Aton Esq[uire] William Richardson Esq[ure] Ralph Lambton Major Thomas Brasse Captaine Nicholls William Wilkinson Edward Shepardson John Hutchinson Robert Smith John Hall Arthur Prescott George Crosier Michael Middleton Abraham Hilton William Greevison John Spearman junior Caleb Owen Will[ia]m Johnson Thomas Shaftoe Robert Harding John Stephenson John Hunter Henry Wolfe Captaine Thomas Watson Robert Chilton William Etterick Robert Dixon Ralph Homes George Storey Gents. Burton of Keverston Gabriel Newhouse John Rowell John Richardson John Martin George Cox Richard Stonehuyers Thomas Blackett Will[ia]m Hutchinson Matthew Hutton Bernard Dowthwait Thomas Mossocke John Hodgson sen[ior] John Hodgson jun[ior] John Rayne John Vasey Whayre Fawcett Ralph Shaw William Ward Thomas Burleston Ralph Gowland Francis Maskell Christopher Fawcett William Greenewell Robert Jackson James Cooke William Atkinson James Burdon Gentlemen Thomas Foster of Lumley Castle Gent. The Honorable Charles Grey Will[ia]m Strother of Grindingrig Samuel Ogle Edward Delavall Ralph Ogle Charles Howard Will[ia]m Ord of Beale Colonel Rupert Billingsley Thomas Ord Esquires Sir William Van Colston [Knights (fn. 28) ] William Ord of Felkington William Taylor Thomas Grey of Morton Esquires Thomas Turnball William Selby of Beale John Sleigh of Goswick John Wilkey of Brownehouse Bryan Gray of Keyloe Bryan Gray jun[ior] Ralph Ord Gilbert Ord Edward Slaney George Collingwood William Cooke John Sheels Thomas Smith Gentlemen and Mr. Thomas Wilkinson of Bentknowle.

For the West Riding of the County of York.

Charles Lord Marquesse of Winchester Son and Heire Apparent of the Duke of Bolton William Lord Pawlett Second Son of the Duke of Bolton Arthur Lord Viscount Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland Henry Lord Viscount Downe of the same Kingdome Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honorable Sir Henry Goodrick Knight and Baronett one of His Majesties most Honoble Privy Council The Honorable Sidney Wortley Mountague Henry Boyle Goodwin Wharton Henry Fairfax Esq[ure] Sir George Fletcher Sir John Dalston Sir John Armitage Sir John Kay Sir William Strickland Sir William Reresby Sir John Bland, Sir John Ingleby Sir Bryan Stapylton Sir Henry Marwood Sir Thomas Frankland Sir George Cooke Sir Godfrey Copley Sir Lyon Pilkington Sir John Wolstenholme Sir Edward Blackett Sir George Tempest Sir Rowland Wynn Sir William Ramsden Sir John Wentworth Sir Bradwardine Jackson Baronetts Sir Johnathan Jennings Sir Abstrupus Danby Sir William Lowther Sir John Coghill Sir Thomas Travell Knights William Lowther Esq[ure] High Sheriff of the County Arthur Kaye Robert Monckton Johnathan Jennings William Wentworth John Goodrick Christopher Tankred William Palmes Robert Byerly Edmond Jennings Robert Molesworth Thomas Harrison Richard Beaumont of Whitley Cyrill Arthington Walter Calverley William Pierpoint Christopher Lyster Ambrose Pudsey Thomas Fawkes Brian Thornhill Welbury Norton Christopher Stockdale Bryan Fairfax John Mauliverer Charles Osborne Isaac Knight Denzil Onslow Francis Fouljeam Thomas Yorke John Ramsden Thomas Vincent William Vavasour Henry Stapylton Henry Thompson Inglebert Leeds Barnard Granvill William Wombwell John Lister Henry Hitch Thomas Lister Godfrey Bosvile William Wickham William Jessop John Lambert John Bright John Aisleby Richard Taylor Henry Edmonds Thomas Horton Thomas Fountaine Richard Washington Jasper Blithman Tanckred Robinson William Neville John Farrer Thomas Dodson Henry Bouch Miles Staveley Henry Cooke Hugh Smithson John Bradshaw Robert Benson Robert Mitford Christopher Adams Gervase Eire John Gill Edmond Barker John Tucker Bryan Sunderland Anthony Fletcher Robert Fairfax John Weddall Richard Sterne William Jennings Matthew Boynton Tobias Harvey John Benlows John Townley Richard Nettleton John Hatfeild of Laughton Richard Staines Bennett Sherrard John Stanhope of Grimston John. Rooks Rowland Norton Thomas Kirke Robert Farrand Simon Sterne Henry Currer John Anby Mark Shafto Francis Linley William Ellis of Rowell Nonas Parker Thomas Wakefeild Thomas Lee John Batty Richard Shuttleworth Thomas Hesletine John Batt John Warner Reginald Habar William Bethell John Stanhop of Horsforth John Stanhop of Ecclesall George Towlson Thomas Westby Charles Newby William Beckwith Andrew Wilkinson Armestrong Gregory William Norton Godfrey Copley William Rokeby Lyonell Copley Esquires Doctor Wyvell Deane of Rippon William Ingram Francis Fawks Richard Richardson Doctor of Physick John Neale Physician Robert Burdett William Horsfall Thomas Robinson John Hatfeild of Hatfeild William Horton Richard Hutton of Pudsey Robert Parker John Copley James Greenwood Henry Greenwood Bartin Allott Johnathan Lee Thomas Edmonds senior Thomas Edmonds junior Richard Hewitt William Sothsron Thomas Squire Nicholas Mauleverer John Jackman Edward Thompson of Marston William Tatham Michael Warton of Bawtree William Warton John Spencer of Canon Hall Henry Wood John Wheatley Stephen Wilks sen[ior] Stephen Wilks jun[ior] Thomas Hooke John Wilkinson of Greenhead John Carville Robert Squire George Westby of Gillfitt Henry Eire of Bramley John Dynley Hugh Taylor John Milner of Pudsey Richard Tomlinson William Roundell of Scriven Christopher Grandorge Richard Trotter William Green of Ecclesfeild Thomas Barlow Robert Sowersby Thomas Wilson of Beecroft-hall William Marshall of Newton Richard Lowther Merchant Thomas Craven Thomas Gill Andrew Holden John Wright Roger Coats George Woodyer Francis Elwicke Lawrence Keighley Thomas Colton Cuthbert Chambers Gregory Fish William Fawcett Robert Inman Robert Bell Richard West Pethnell Fish John Waterhouse Christopher Dawson Richard Watts Thomas Thompson Elkanah Rich Thomas Potter Merchant William Banks Edmond Watson James Knowles William Beaumont Thomas Pullene of Burley William Appleyard William Cotton Thomas Tomlinson Francis Barlow Robert Wood Theophilus Skelton John Banks John Blackburne John Coats William Hardisty of Newhall Gents John Silvester Joseph Banks Robert Ward John Holdsworth Physitian Christopher Wetherhead Richard Booth William Lapidge John Tomlinson of Burne The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen, of Pontefract for the time being The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen of Doncaster for the time being The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen of Rippon for the time being The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen of Leeds for the time being Samuel Mellish Esq[ure] Matthew Prince Seaton of Grimthrop Thomas Shepley Gents. Sir Richard Osbaldeston William Mawhood Gents.

For the North Riding of the County of York.

Charles Lord Marquesse of Winchester Son and Heire Apparent of the Duke of Bolton Arthur Lord Viscount [Irwin (fn. 29) ] in the Kingdome of Scotland Henry Lord Viscount Downe in the Kingdome of Ireland Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland Goodwin Wharton Henry Fairfax Esquires Sir Marmaduke Wyvill Sir Griffith Boynton Sir John Levison Gower Sir William Fowlis Sir William Strickland Sir John Bollis Sir Bryan Stapleton Sir John Nappier Sir Charles Hotham Sir Watkinson Paler Sir Thomas Frankland Sir Henry Marwood Sir William Caley Sir Christopher Wandesford Sir William Chaytor Sir Thomas Pennyman Sir Edward Blackett Sir James Brookes Sir Mark Milbanck Sir William Robinson Sir John Wentworth Sir William Lowther Sir Roger Beckwith Baronetts Sir Richard Osbaldeston Sir William Hustler Sir William Bowes Sir Abstrupus Danby [Knights (fn. 30) ] Sir Barrington Bourchier George Marwood William Palmes Thomas York Henry Metcalfe John Wastell John Hutton Francis Wyvill James Darcy Roger Talbott John Wivill Cornelius Caley Mark Bourchier Thomas Strangeways Robert Byerly Anthony Wharton Thomas Stillington William Moore Charles Tancred John How Hugh Bethell Thomas Croft Edward Hutchison William Tancred Bernard Greenvill Charles Duncomb Leonard Smelt Thomas Harrison Timothy Mauliverer Thomas Worsley William Metcalfe John Gibson Richard Staines Daniel Lasselles Layton Frewin Thomas Wakefeild William Challenor Charles Bathurst Edward Thompson William Osbaldeston John Aislaby John Smelt William Dickinson John Hill Christopher Wilkinson Thomas Gower John Hopton James Mountague Luke Robinson Richard Peirce Thomas [Pullen (fn. 31) ] Thomas Metcalfe John Beverley John Beilby Rowland Norton George Norton Allen Chambre Christopher [Pierchyhay (fn. 32) ] Thomas Robinson Thomas Hayes John Metcalfe of Bellerby James Pennyman William Pennyman William Turner Ralph Milbanck Charles Turner Esquires Aclamb Milbanck John Milbanck Henry Squire John Talbott William Reveley Henry Franckland Francis Crosfeild Robert Crosfeild Roger Colvill Edward Walter Batchelor of Law Benjamin Purchas Edward Place Nicholas Conyers Thomas Conyers William Kitchingman George Wright Phillipp Prince William Wakefeild James Conyers Edmond Barslow Ralph Bell John Ward Robert Raikes Nathaniel Harrison George Pinkney Timothy Ford Robert Squire Ralph Porter John Robinson Roger Lee John Harland Thomas Lasselles of Sowerby Daniel Smith Henry Wilkinson Thomas Tomlinson Thomas Holmes Matthew Smailes Richard Allatson Charles Leach Richard Metcalfe John Robinson of Easby Francis Wilks John Danby, Thomas Dalton Thomas Gill Timothy Blackbourne Edward Carr John Kettlewell Stephen Thompson senior William Robinson junior James Cockerill Francis Hickson Nathaniel Harrison Xp[ist]opher Wilkinson Robert Morrison James Hebden Thomas Sedman William Ford John Sanders Paul Batty William Burdett William [Turbull (fn. 33) ] John Peirson Henry Place Henry Wilkinson Peregrine Lasselles Timothy Bagwith Robert Bell Robert Idle Gentlemen The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Richmond for the time being The Bailiffs and Recorder of Scarborough for the time being.

For the East Riding of the County of York.

Arthur Lord Viscount Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland Henry Lord Viscount Downe of the Kingdome of Ireland Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Thomas Rokeby Knight one of His Majesties Justices of the Court of Kings Bench The Honorable Henry Boyle Sir Griffith Boynton Sir Charles Hotham Sir William Strickland Sir William St. Quintin Sir Watkinson Payler Sir Robert Hillyard Sir Thomas Rudston Sir John Legard Sir John Napier Sir Godfrey Copley Sir Thomas Frankland Baronetts Sir Michael Warton Sir Ralph Warton Sir William Cobb Sir Matthew Peirson Sir James Bradshaw Sir Johnathan Atkins Sir Richard Osbaldeston Sir William Hustler Knights Fairfax [Norcliff (fn. 34) ] William Osbaldeston Ingleby Daniel William Grimston William Gee Henry Thompson Henry Guy Matthew Appleyard Charles Osborne John Ramsden William Palmes James Heblethaite Ralph Warton Charles Warton Edward Barnard Hugh Bethell Richard Bethell Walter Strickland Robert Monckton Thomas Langley William Bethell John Stapleton Thomas Hesketh Robert Prickett John Lister of Beverley Richard Remington Richard Gee John Buck Thomas Spinburne Esquire Ralph Creyke Thomas Allured Charles Duncombe Edward Hutchinson Tobias Jenkins Humphrey Robinson of Thickell Walter Crompton Christopher Lister John Taylor Francis Annesly Thomas Worsley Thomas Stillington Thomas Southaby Edward Thomson John Moyser William Moore Robert Hollis William Hedlam Thomas Cundom Thomas Wakefeild Hodgson Johnson Doctor of Physick Robert Crompton William Aldworth Christopher Piercyhay James Hustler Robert Jegon Robert Constable Yarborough Constable Henry Portington William Lister Benjamin Overton Bernard Lister Hugh Lister Robert Squire John Pierson William Pierson Thomas Gee Charles Best Richard Darby William Wickham Thomas Stillington Henry Barnard Esquires Captaine James Barry Richard More William Dickenson Esquire Edward Bower William Draper Esquire William Bower and John Bower William Wilberfosse Phillipp Wilkinson Henry Masters Thomas Rickaby Leonard Robinson Thomas Blunt Francis Blunt Richard Creyke John Rickaby Michael Portington Nathaniel Arlash Francis Elwick Robert Idle Martin Raspin Thomas Johnson William Maisters Robert Mason Thomas Norton Humphrey Robinson of Buckton Christopher Tadman John Tadman Robert Little Richard Johnson John Overton John Stutt Richard Burton Nathaniel Harrison Gentlemen The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Beverly for the time being Samuell Bourdenand Benjamin Hayward Gentlemen The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Headon for the time being Robert Hustler Thomas Swinborne William Dawson Ralph Williamson Robert Mason sen[ior] Mark Kirby John Becchus Gents Benjamin Hayward Gents Mordecai Bacchus George Dickinson William Crowle Nathaniel Rogers Phillipp Wilkinson Robert Mason jun[ior] The Mayor and Aldermen of Hull for the time being William Idle Hugh Mason Tobias Dawson Henry Waterland Thomas Helmes Henry [Raines (fn. 35) ] James Oates Phillipp Goundrill James Hustler Gentlemen Pymperyn Gents Samuell Bourdenand Gents James Hewitt Gents.

For the City of York and County of the same City.

The Lord Mayor Aldermen Recorder and Sheriffs for the time being Charles Lord Marquesse of Winchester Son and Heire Apparent to the Duke of Bolton Arthur Lord Viscount Irwin in Scotland Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron of Cameron in Scotland The Right Honorable Sir Henry Goodrick one of His Majesties most Honorable Privy Council Sir Henry Marwood Sir James Brooks [Baronetts (fn. 36) ] Sir William Robinson Baronett Doctor Gale Deane of York Henry Watkinson Doctor of Law Henry Stapylton Tobias Jenkins Benjamin Sherrard Thomas Hutton John Moyser Edward Thompson of Marston Thomas Hesletine William Cutberson Henry Squire John Taylor William Wickham Abraham Fothergill Richard Wynn John Aislaby Christopher Breary William Tomlinson Phillipp Prince Thomas Benson Richard Reynolds Francis Duckworth Christopher Hutton Emanuel Justice John Peckett Francis Thomlinson Richard Wood Samuel Buxton Thomas Harrison Robert Squire Thomas Holmes Nicholas Sugar William Hesletine Ambrose Beckwith Richd. Sowrey Richard Hewitt Thomas Thompson John Buxton William Mortimer John Bean Thomas Empson Robert Oats Robert Clarke.

For the Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull.

The Mayor Recorder Aldermen and Sheriff for the time being The Wardens of the Trinity House for the time being Sir William St. Quintin Baronett Sir Michael Warton Knight Sir James Bradshaw Knight Charles Osborne Ralph Warton William Gee William Dawson Matthew Appleyard Ingleby Daniel John Lister John Legard James Barry Esquires Nathaniel Rogers Hugh Mason William Maisters Mark Kirkby William Hayes William Crowle William Mould James Mould Edmond Duncalfe Samuel Duncalfe William Idle William Catlin George Truman Mordecai Baccus Erasmus Darwin Samuel Burdinand Tower Wallis Daniel Hoare John Somerscall John Collins Joseph Scott Thomas Bradley John Watson Edward Raven Samuel Boyce.

For the Towne of Maldon in the County of Essex.

The Right Honorable Charles Mountague Esquire Chancellor and Under Treasurer of His Majesties Exchequer and one of the Lords of the Treasury and one of His Majesties most Hono[ra]ble Privy Council Thomas Gibson and Peter Robsent now Bailiffs for the Towne The Honorable Lieutenant Colonel Irby Mountague Sir John Brampston Knight of the Bath Steward Sir Eliab Harvey Knight Anthony Brampston Esq[uire] William Kendall Esq[ure] John Pond Samuel Pond John Matthews John Cockrell Thomas Sizer Hugh Browne William Carr [Thomas (fn. 37) ] Clerke Thomas Hull John Stephens John Bruckwood Abel Hawkes James Denshire Ezekiel Finch William Finch Esq[uire] Thomas Strace Henry May John Strace Thomas Stevens William Coe Thomas Coe junior John Hull William Foulgeer Stephen Curtis Zachariah Taylor Thomas Gibson Captaine Thomas Coe William Coe junior.

For the Towne of Colchester.

The Mayor for the time being William Mott Esq[uire] Recorder Sir John Morden Baronett Sir Thomas Davall Sir Thomas Cooke Sir Isaac Rebow Knights John Eldred William Eldred Esquires Ralph Creffeild Nathaniel Lawrence John Rayner John Seabrook John Stilliman Alexander Henmarsh William [Boyse (fn. 38) ] Nathaniel Lawrence junior Ralph Creffeild junior John Potter William Francis Aldermen William Mott junior Joseph Thurston Samuel Reynolds Isaac Selfe Esquires John Harrison Doctor Edmond Hickeringill Shelton Joseph Creffeild Clerks John Rebow Abraham Hedgethorne Matthew Ive Robert Moore Henry Lamb John Tatem Samuel Anger Charles Richardson James Lawrence Thomas Benne Samuel Ryder Samuel Great John King Stephen Naggs Benjamin Cock John Savill John Freeman Hope Gifford James Burkin Matthew Scrivener Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Harwich and Dover-Court.

William Rudland Mayor and the Mayor for the time being Sir Thomas Davall Knight Recorder Sir Thomas Middleton Knight Sir Isaac Rebow Knight Captaine Thomas Langley senior Daniel Smith Esq[uire] Captaine Richard Tye Simon Sandford Robert Lane Charles Smith Thomas Langley Junior Aldermen and the Aldermen for the time being.

For the rest of the County of Essex.

The Right Honourable Henry Lord Walden Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Suffolk The Right Honorable John Lord Cutts of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honorable Charles Mountague Esquire Chancellor of the Exchequer and one of His Majesties most Honorable Privy Council The Honorable Robert Bertie Banister Maynard Benjamin Mildmay Ralph Grey William Maynard Esq[uire] Sir Charles Barrington Sir John Bendish Sir William Appleton Sir Samuel Grimston Sir William Hicks Sir Samuel Tryon Sir Francis Masham Sir Maynard Jenour Sir Thomas Nightingale Sir Hugh Everard Sir William Luckin Sir Robert Jocelyn Sir Thomas Littleton Sir Martin Lumley Sir Anthony Abdy Sir Thomas Draper Sir Gervase Elwes Sir Edward Smith Sir James Rushout Sir Thomas Barnardiston Sir Charles Tyrrel Sir William Barker Sir Nicholas Garrett Sir Robert Smith Sir Josiah Child Sir Peter Soame Sir John Dyer Sir William Maynard Sir Cave James Sir John Morden Sir Robert Marsham Bar[onet] Sir John Brampston Knight of the Bath Sir Anthony Browne Sir John Sparrow Sir Richard Pyggott Sir Thomas Fanshaw Sir Eliab Harvey Sir Humphrey Gore Sir Edward Turner Sir Thomas Middleton Sir Thomas Davall Sir John Marshall Sir John Rotheram. Sir Robert Clayton Sir Thomas Stamp Sir Samuel Husbands Sir Thomas Cooke Sir Henry Johnson Sir James Houblon Sir John Houblon Sir Josiah Child Sir William Russell ( (fn. 39) ) Sir Joseph Tily Sir Joseph Smart Knights John Conyers Irby Mountague John Wroth John Bendish Francis Hawey ats Mildmay Carew Hawey alias Mildmay John Archer Thomas. Middleton William Coward Edward Clarke Samuel Moyer Thomas Dawtrey Robert Bateman William Palmer Anthony Biddulph Dacres Barrett William Pert William Atwood Francis Saint John Henry Saint John Strange Jocelyn Henry Gore Robert Honywood John Greene Ralph Freeman senior Ralph Freeman junior Charles Turner Thomas Barrington of Hatfeild Walter White William Peck Richard Hutchinson Thomas Argoll William Campion Evan Lloyd William Wright Benjamin Desbrow Francis Barrington Edmond Waterson Thomas Gardner Christopher Fowler Joseph Offley Anthony Brampston Robert Boothby Robert Leigh Nathaniel Tench Richard Vaughan George Ford John Rotheram John Hiccocks Robert Ashton Thomas Burgh William Beaumont Robert Cole John Wale Martin Lumley William Clopton William Lingwood John Tindall Thomas Barrington John Eldred senior William Eldred John Fowle Thomas Papillon William Norrys Samuel Westerne Robert Westerne John Cox John Cooke of Chissell James Robynett of Walden Owen Wynne Francis Maidston Edward Bullock John Bullock John Locky John Neale Thomas Harlackenden Bowes John Plummer Harry Hicks William Walker of Norton Thomas Weeley Foot Onslow Thomas Lynge Gyles Dent John Turner of Newmanhall William Kendall Andrew Searle William Frith Alexander Prescott William Martin William Harvey John Lethieulier William Scott William Nutt John Pennington Thomas Turner John Sparrow John Cressener Henry Glascock Walgrave Pelham Samuel Wiseman Charles Middleton John Mead Henry Ayloffe William Mott Nathaniel Rich of Stondon John Little John Edwards Nathan Wright John Fanshaw John Luther Edward Luther of Miles Moundeford Brampston Francis Bradbury Charles Barlee Nicholas Cursellis Ralph Creffeild senior; Nathaniel Lawrence senior George Gent Henry Pascall Edward Thorrowghood Thomas Gibson of Dedham Nicholas Whitaker John Hopwood John Godbold John Allen Sigismond Trafford James Smith of Westham Robert Bragg Christopher Grange Nicholas Martin Samuel Rawstorne Samuel Clarke Robert Dawgs William Fitch Henry Wright John Mortimer William Minshall Will[ia]m Collard Esquires George Brampston Doctor of ( (fn. 40) ) Law Isaac Lutman Samuel Warner Edmond Goodwin Dowcett Taylor John Bennett Will[ia]m Herris Thomas Greene John Jocelyn Jeremiah Richardson John Savill William Boyce John Potter Henry Lamb Thomas Scarlett Nichols John Stileman John Reyner Hope Gifford Charles Wale of Walden Joseph Sparrow Richard Cooper John Elliott Richard Greene of Tolesbury Nicholas Jekyll George Wale of Radwinter Nathaniel Rich of Woodham Waters Thomas Coe Thomas Tantleroy John Wiggoner John Rebow Abraham Hedgethorne Benjamin Henshaw Abraham Forster Heritage Lenten John Clerke of Tilbury by Clare George Coldham John Nevill Nathaniel Grantham Caleb Grantham John Thoroughgood of High Easterne William Raymond Daniel Screton Joseph Fishpoole Henry Abbott jun[iour] Nehemiah Lyde John Hurlock John Wytham Thomas Hickeringill James Sparrow William Mott junior George Asser Richard Williams Urban Hall James Coker William Thompson Thomas Elton junior John Wight of Westham Gentlemen Robert Williamson Thomas Chambers Cheyne Row John Cummins Ralph Creffeild jun[ior] Peter Sadler William Russell John Shaw Samuel Reynolds Godfrey Woodward Edward Husbands John Borrett Daniel Smith of Harwich Erasmus Smith Godfrey Thacker Gyles Browne Jasper Kingsman Esquires Robert Cosens Henry Francis John Rayley John Ballett Thomas Velley Roger Woodcock Robert Bate Gentlemen John Harrison Doctor of Physick Phillipp Betts Robert May Robert Hulson John Reeve Peter Kersteman William Kersteman John Aylett of Bocking Robert Glascock John Barrett John Austen John Eldred jun[ior] John Barefoote Edward Nurse Thomas Jackson Thomas Edlin John Pearce Thomas Langley jun[ior] Thomas Little of Halsted John Davies Gents Francis Dashwood Esq[uire] Thomas Cracherode of Cassehall Thomas Little of Ilford William Walford of Bocking Gentlemen Thomas Bowdler Samuel Killingworth Esquires Jermingham Chaplin Robert Wangford John Wale of Saffron-Walden William Holgate Edmond Stubbins Richard Turner of Thaxted Abraham Willmore Thomas Brereton Richard Beriff Gentlemen Silvester Chilcott Charles Downing Charles Nowes George Hockenhull of Layton Stone Esquires William Berrisford Francis Cummins Richard Clerke Gentlemen John Wroth juniour Edmond Percivall Joseph Thurston Charles Tyrrell Esquires John Marloe Richard Woollaston Thomas Cuthbert Leonard Browne Esquires John Porter of Cressing-Temple Richard Scott Thomas Willson Gents Martin Carter Esq[uire] Edward Taverner John Carter Thomas Pepys Daniel Clarke Thomas Cracherode of Yeldham Samuel Aylmore Anthony Aylmore Anthony Maxey Robert Harbin Samuel Goldsmith John Maysent William Stacy James Fox Gentlemen Peter Peers Evan Pugh Esquires Peter Knight of Westham John Sparrow of Sible-Heningham Richard Spitty Joseph Reeve Johnathan Reeve William Byatt Joseph Unwin James Claxton Martin Livermore Gentlemen Thomas Langley señ William Rudland Gentlemen Theophilus Boughey Esq[uire] Joseph Martin John Morley Thomas Unwin Matthew Ive Gentlemen Samuel Dale Gents William Walker of Lambourne William Barners Isaac Selfe Esquires Jeremiah Shaw John Freeman William Bellamy Esquires Zachariah Taylor Esq[uire] William Carr Gents Doctor Leopold Finch Robert Wild Timothy Lanoy John Bennett of Witham Samuel Jones Esquires Robert Thompson William Coe junior William Stanes John Tatem John King Edmond Butler Gentlemen Benjamin Rokeby Henry Kiffin Thomas Hoare Esquires Sir Heneage Fetherston Baronett Henry Featherston William Spencer Esquires Edward Ambrose Francis More Jerome Richardson Thomas Mitchell Simon Folkes James Clarkeson Samuel Fowler Richard Tye of Harwich Peter Robjent John Ruggles Samuel Thrasher Jonas Lamb Joseph Wyatt William Francis Samuel Thompson William Stebbing Gentlemen William Dyer Godfrey Webster Esquires Robert Cory William Bramstone Daniel Horsmanden John Hollingworth Edward Hawker Robert Martell Edward Downes Esquires.

For the City and County of the City of Gloucester.

Giles Rodway Esquire Mayor Sir John Powell Knight one of His Majesties Judges of the Co[m]mon Pleas William Cooke William Hodges Thomas Browne Robert Paine William Tayler Thomas Longdon John Hyett Thomas Wilcox Thomas Snell Thomas Webb Aldermen Nicholas Webb Alderman Samuel Borroughs senior Richard Olley Nicholas Lane Rantle Pleydall Thomas Vesey Richard Cosnett William Trye Edward Cooke John Cocks Thomas Powell John Guise John Veyney Richard Caple Esquires Doctor Wintle William Scudamore John Arnold Thomas Farly William Randle Sheriffs Samuel Cockerell Thomas Webb Attorney Benjamin Hyett Henry Futter Thomas Gosling Samuel Palmer Peter Haynes junior Samuel Lye John Bell Caple Payne William Nicholls Samuel Burroughs junior Samuel Hayward Gentlemen.

For the County of Gloucester.

Charles Lord Marquesse of Worcester Son and Heire Apparent to the Duke of Beaufort William Lord Viscount Tracy of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honorable John Verny Esquire The Honourable Robert Tracy Esq[uire] Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath Sir John Powell Knight one of His Majesties Justices of the Co[m]mon Pleas Sir Robert Atkins Sir Francis Russell Sir William Kyte Sir Richard Onslow Sir John Guise Sir Ralph Dutton Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir John Newton Sir Thomas Littleton Sir Robert Southwell Sir William Forrester Sir Richard Cox Sir Thomas Stephens Sir Thomas Cann Sir Michael Hicks Sir Richd. Hart James Thynne Richard Doudeswell Kinard de la Bere junior William Lane John Parsons junior John Carter junior Thomas Hales William Dewey Thomas Hedges William Hall Henry Coxwell William Bagott David Warren Danvers Hedges Henry Creswick Nathaniel Stephens Thomas Rawlins Serjeant att Law Charles Dowdeswell Walter Escourt Giles Escourt Gerrett Escourt John Browning Samuel Trottman William Kingscott William Dennis John How George Hanger Thomas Hicks Robert Plydell Robert Oatridge John Rogers John Meredith John Dowse William Clutterboke Thomas Masters Samuel Sheppard Richard How Thomas Smith Phillipp Sheppard Nathaniel Ridler Henry Chivers Thomas Stephens Joshua Aylworth George Bond Maynard Colchester Thomas Longden Robert Payne Thomas Pyrke John Maddox Walter Yate Reginald Pyndar John Dutton Colt Wenman Winniatt Walter Nourse George Lloyd James Mitchell Richard Yate William Try Thomas Chester Edward Smith George Smith Richard Jones William Pauncefoot William Wall Thomas Browne John Parkhurst William Winter Samuel Dobbins of the Forrest Miles Beale Samuel Skinner William Cooke Edw. Cooke William Guise William George Esquires William Selwyn Rowland Wood John Cocks William Hodges Stephen Baldwin Robert Codrington Edmond Chambleyne sener Edmond Chamberleyne Samuel Barker Sir Richard Holford Richard Haynes John Stafford Samuel Codrington John Nelme Thomas Trigg Nathaniel Pyrk William Blathwayte Richard Dighton Samuel Halings Jasper Chapman Thomas Purnell William Robinson Henry Izard Charles Cox George Gwynett Henry Collett Edward Fust William Dodwell John Marriott Edward Foyle John Browne Richard Browne Robert Dormer Thomas Stephens Edward Stephens Henry Cope John Smith Christopher Cole Charles Wind John Pryn William Willson Edward Webb Thomas Dawes Edward Stephens junior Nicholas Veale Thomas Treake Goddard Phillipp Sheppard junior Thomas Veale Francis Woodward William Player Charles Hart William Browne Doctor Kymberley Charles Hancock George Hurdman William Francombe Thomas Walter Henry Were William Browne of Frenchay Thomas Edwards George Webb John Jacob John Brumwick William Whittington William Lawrence Thomas Bubb Thomas Rounge John Jeffreys William Probin Edward Machin John Bridgeman John Langley Thomas Manson Rannon Jones Eustace Hardwick Henry Poole John Selwin John Guise William Sandys Edmond Bray Esquires Charles Cox William Hayward William Rogers Kinard de la Bere junior William Bridstock Will. James Thomas Stephens John Bromwich John Jones Thomas Davis John Mayoe John Arundell Giles Nash sener William Bradley Giles Venveile William Kyte Daniel Lysons Thomas Snell John Hyett Henry Collett John Bertles Lawrence Mace George Townesend Edward Hill William Pembruge John Griffen William Holyday Nicholas Webb of Gloucester Thomas Webb Attorney William James James Barrow Edmond Bond John Philpott Edward Machin Richard Trippitt John of Dean Thomas Burk George Barrow Charles White William Smart Thomas Trigg John Hickford Esquires William Pawlett Serjeant Edward Hungerford junior William Selling of Bradwell William Hayward of Quedsley Sloper of Cheltenham Edward Michel of the same Thomas Perry Francis Ketchmee Matthew Hale Edward Southwell Richard Skipp of Durrington Hall Thomas Browne of Gloucester Thomas Wilcox of the same Thomas Perk of St. Martins in the Feilds Mr. Thomas Norwood of Lackington Johnathan Castleman William Gardiner Esquire of Guitin Charles Coxwell William Rogers of Dowdswell Savage of Tedbury Gabriel Hale Sir Thomas Day Richard Codrington Robert Yate Thomas Edwards Nathaniel Wade Barrister att Law Sir John Smith Joseph Jackson of the Parke Richard Pope Doctor Chetwood John Berkley Lyonell Rich of Dodesly George Coxeter Thomas Keble of Southorup Esquires William Wilson Robert Porter Henry Payton Joseph Jones senior Henry Dobbins Henry Collett senior and junior Nicholas Steight Charles Wynde Thomas Wackman Walter Keble of Southorup Richard Keble of Letchlade Robert Morgan of Fairforde Benjamin Hyett of Gloucester John Gythens of the same Thomas Webb of the same Mercer Thomas Try Junior Stephen Gythens of Gloucester Thomas Rowney John Showell William Tayler of the same. William Harris Richard Wintle Doctor of Physick Charles Smith John Robbins of Matsdon Esquires John Meredith junior Thomas Stephens of Gloucester John Stephens Thomas Deacon Charles Cox Esquire. Thomas Warner Edward Hill Richard Stephens Esquire Gabriel Hale Esquire, William Bonner Gents Richard Dighton Mr. Woodward of the Mote John Hopkins Mr. Maddocks of the Forest Thomas a Deane William Hanbury Esquire William Skinner of Preston Gents Richard Haywood of Barton Thomas Morgan Esquire Roynon Jones Esq[uire] William Morvent Gents James Hawkins Gents Edward Southwell Esquire Thomas Chamberlaine Esq[uire] John Carter junior.

For the City of Hereford.

The Honorable Paul Foley Esquire Speaker of the Honorable House of Com[m]ons The Right Honorable James Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honorable Thomas Lord Conningsby of the Kingdome of Ireland James Morgan Henry Cornwall Herbert Westfaling Robert Dobbins senior Robert Dobbins junior James Wellington Esquires Bristock Harford Esq[uire] Mayor of the City of Hereford Abraham Seward Thomas Matthews Thomas Clarke senior Thomas Clarke junior Gabriel Blyke Richard Wadeley James Price Richard Poole Thomas Church John Mors Henry Smith Jonah Taylor Thomas Alderne John Williams senior Roger Williams Theophilus Aly James Lane Benjamin Hill George Greene William Greene Adam Wiggins John Hill Cave Woodhouse Hawkins John Barnam Charles Carwardin Robert Symonds Hugh Rodd Nicholas Philpotts Edward Rodd Edmond Weaver John Smith James Lloyd Thomas Rodd James Westfaling Richard Philpott Abel Isham Gilbert Herne Herbert Crofts William Symons Charles Pierce Gents.

For the Borough of Lempster.

The Bayliffs and Justices High Steward and Recorder for the Time being The Right Honorable Thomas Lord Conningesby of the Kingdome of Ireland John Dutton Colt Esquire John Thompkins John Jay John Walton Thomas Harris Thomas Price Towne-Clerk Gentlemen John William James Caswall senior Thomas Mannings Richard Powle John Powle Henry Browne Gentlemen John Jenings James Caswall junior Richard Hodges Vincent Edwards Samuel Clarke Isaac Thompkins Harry Seward Richard Jones James Winton James Powell.

For the rest of the County of Hereford.

The Honorable Paul Foley Esquire Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons The Right Honorable James Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honorable Thomas Lord Coningesby of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honorable Chambre Brabazon James Bridges and Thomas Coningesby Esquires Sir John Williams SirFrancis Charlton Sir Herbert Crofte Sir John Hoskins Baronetts Sir Edward Harley Knight of the Bath Sir Francis Winington Sir John Williams Knights William Fiennes Robert Harley John Dutton Colt Robert Price James Morgan John Arnold John Scudamore of Kenchurch Thomas Cornwall of Stepleton Herbert Westfaling Esquires Thomas Geeres Serjeant att Law Charles Baldwyn Thomas Cox Edward Cornwall Thomas Foley of Whitley senior Thomas Foley of Stoke John How Henry Cornwall Samuel Pitt Thomas Cornwallis John Booth of Letton Ferdinando Gorges Herbert Aubrey John Price Robert Dobbins senior Edward Harley Edward Littleton Francis Baskervile William Lamb Marshall Bridges Thomas Wigmore Charles Cornwall Herbert Ruddall Westfaling John [Selney (fn. 41) ] Henry Gorges John Burch John Nurse senior William Dantsey senior Humphrey Thomas Richard Skipp Thomas Harley William Hanbury Edmond Lechmore Francis Bridges Robert Unite Ambrose Scudamore Robert Minors Thomas Penoyer of the Moor Timothy Geers John Kyrle Richard Barneby William Gregory Richard Reed Robert Chaplin Yonger Cook Thomas Howarth Robert Payne William Guillim of Langston William Guillim of Langston junior James Woodhouse Thomas Duppa Giles Bridges James Wellington Henry Wigmore Anthony Biddolph Thomas Rawlins Silvanus Vaughan Humphrey Mayo George Carver of Upton Henry Bull of Dunfeild Esquires John Nurse junior Richard Witherston Samuel Burch William Wall John Abrahall of Ingeston. Robert Cutler Thomas Guillim of Whitchurch Bridstock Hartford. William Pleydall Thomas Tompkins Henry Jones Thomas Owen of Little-Brampton Thomas Coningesby of Grindon Hopper of Buston Essex Sherbourn Edward Rodd John Hereford of Saffon John Holmes Roger Scudamore of Trecella John Scudamore of Llangaran John Carver of Upton Rowland Baugh John Trist Francis Geers John Long Thomas Alderne of Monington John Hoskyns of Ponython William Bridges of Colwall Thomas Carpenter of Tillington senior James Westfaling Thomas Marrett Gentlemen William Brewster Doctor of Physick John Shepherd Robert Dobbins junior John Berrington of Brickhouse Esquires John Fletcher Francis Woodhouse John [Ridley (fn. 42) ] of [Fownhope (fn. 43) ] junior James Clerke John Hereford of Homelacy Edward Philley James Wallwin Daniel Kerry Thomas Leigh of Hill John Smith of Holmer Alban Thomas Francis Fosbroke Thomas Carpenter of Tillington junior John Middlebroke James Collins of Eaton Hill John Greenly Thomas Harper of Quobb Joshua Crosse Nicholas Philpotts Paul Williams Guilbert Herne Herbert Croft Thomas Jancy of Whitwick Anthony Johnson John Kirwood of Letton. Joseph Jory Gentlemen Richard Avenant John Hodges Henry Jones junior John Capell Richard Bond of Walford Gentlemen Mr. Chamberlyn of Lytton David Rowland Esquire William Lewis Gents Thomas Harris.

For the Borough of St. Albans.

The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen for the time being Sir Samuel Grimston Baronett George Churchill Henry Killigrew Robert Robotham Thomas Arris John Gape junior Lewis Montgomery James Bennett Esquires.

For the rest of the County of Hertford.

The Honorable Robert Cecill Esquire Sir Samuel Grimston Sir John Garrard Sir John Austen Sir Robert Jocelyn Sir William Cooper Sir Thomas Pope Blount Sir Thomas Tyrrell Sir John Spencer Sir Thomas Francklyn Sir Thomas Brograve Sir Edward Seabright Sir Johnathan [Keat (fn. 44) ] Sir Richard Anderson Sir John Nappier Sir Edmond Anderson Sir William Leman Sir James Read Sir Benjamin Maddox Sir Edwyn Sadler Sir Peter Soame Sir Jeremiah Snow and Sir John Shaw Baronts Sir William Litton Sir Humphrey Gore Sir Ralph Ratcliff Sir Thomas Byde Sir John Bucknall Sir Robert Marsham Sir Benjamin Titchburne Sir Edward Clarke Sir Thomas Rolt Sir Henry Chauncy Sir Edward Turner Sir James Etheridge Sir John Wolfe Knights George Churchill Silas Titus Charles Cesar Henry Guy Robert Austen Ralph Freeman senior William Freeman Ralph Freeman junior Mountague Drake Esquires Thomas Halsey William Gore Henry Gore Henry Cesar William Cooper Spencer Cooper Robert Elwes John Plummer William Munson George Munson Edward Chester Robert Chester George Hadley Gilbert Hoo Keat William Harvey Jeremiah Hale Ulyses Blount Andrew Fountaine Thomas Priestly Francis Flyer Henry Killigrew Thomas Drax Israel Mayo Francklyne Miller George Nodes William Priestly Edward Brisco senior Edward Brisco junior William Brisco George Mayo Thomas Arram James Stedman James Witterong John Charleton Thomas Emmerton Ralph Skinner Byde, William Bacon Robert Chester James Willymott James Goulston Richard Goulston William Allen Thomas Pask Samuel Robinson Robert Markham John Cockaine Robert Coningesby Marmaduke Rawden William Phipps Edward Goldsbrough Thomas Arris Robert Robotham Patrick Crawford John Gape senior John Gape junior Henry Child Thomas Child Richard Helder John Spencer Godwin Barrington John Crosse senior Joseph Marsh William Pym Ralph Wingate Thomas Bird of Mattocks John Duncombe Edward Sayer Strange Jocelyn Edward Seymor Thomas Bownest; Thomas Newland Alexander Weld Andrew Farrington Serjeant att Law William Calverd Felix Calverd junior Edward Ratcliffe William Peir Williams Gyles Dent William Freeman junior William Dyer John How Thomas How Richard Naylor Doctor in Physick Marmaduke Allington Francis King William Jarman Edmond Field Joshua Lomax Edmond Smith senior Robert King Thomas Crouch Pyke Crouch John Poynter John Freeman Richard How John Cooke Thomas Lomax George Needham Thomas Dunster William Deane Thomas Blackmore junior Lewis Montgomery Joseph Jordan Thomas Dawgs John Fotherley John Kentish William Berners Matthew Bluck Charles Turner Thomas Filmer John Billers High Sheriff Godman Jenkins Robert Dimsdale Doctor in Physick William Wallis of Wormley John Angier Henry Coghill senior Henry Coghill junior John Coppyn Thomas Turner William Cotton John Woodhouse Batchelor in Physick Thomas Halfepenny John Leman William Ashton Thomas Baldwyn William Carpenter Leonard Hancock Thomas Day Esquires Richard Emmerton Edmond Smith junior Franceis King senior Robert Beachcroft James Bennett John Chauncey Eignon Bynon John Poyner Newdigate Poynter Anthony Biddulph Francis Cole John Roberts Thomas Nicholls of Bushey William Hasler Edward Field John Robinson Benjamin Jones Joseph Caulton George Draper William Fletcher Charles Cullen John Warburton of Watford John Marriott George Underwood John Nichols of Aldenham Robert New Henry Kingsly John Papworth William Turner Richard Way Richard Dagnall Richard Bigg Matthew Williams Richard Gough of East Barnett Francis King jun[ior] William Greenhill John Naseby John Gill Robert Thorowgood Jasper Garnett Robert Hadeslay Robert Bird John Dimsdale Thomas Kitchin Edward Heynes Robert Draper Richard Reyner John Horne senior William Wright Japhet Crooke Phillipp Mitchell William Lake William Cason Ralph Hawkins Edward Denny Henry Bellfeild Robert Gale John Griffin John Crosse junior Joseph Cramphorne Edward Laundy David Smith Israel Kenton Henry Baldwyn Ralph Day John Bunn and Isaac Finch Gentlemen The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen of Hertford and the Mayor of Saint Albons for the time being Johnathan Smart junior Joseph Saward Thomas Wall Thomas Cranfeild Bostock Toller John Heath John Runington Johnathan Smart senior Thomas Godfrey Richard Dickenson.

For the Towne of Huntingdon.

The Mayor for the time being The Honoble Sidney Wortley al[ia]s Mountague ( (fn. 45) ) Sir Lionel Walden Knight Francis Wortley al[ia]s Mountague John Bigg John Pocklington Esq[uire] Richard Astrey William Dowse John Negus Edward Audley Thomas Harris Phillipp Soper George Merritt Joseph Darlow Michael Ringstead Thomas Freeman William Jeay William Peacock senior and Robert Rabye Gentlemen.

For the rest of the County of Huntingdon.

The Right Honorable Charles Mountague Esquire Chancellor of the Exchequer and one of His Majesties most Honorable Privy Council The Honorable Heneage Mountague The Honorable Sidney Wortley al[ia]s Mountague Esquires Sir John Cotton Sir John Conyers Sir Robert Bernard Sir Robert Jenkinson Barronetts Sir Lionel Walden Knight Francis Wortley al[ia]s Mountague John Proby John Dryden William Pierpoint Robert Appreece Arthur Turnour Silas Titus Anthony Hammond John Bigg William Naylour James Torkington John Ferrar senior John Pocklington Robert Pulleyn Phillipp Storey Robert Throckmorton Charles Cesar junior John Pedley Henry Ashley Erasmus Smith Robert Williams Charles Cornwallis Francis Harby Richard Dyer Charles Sheppard Arthur Jocelyne Henry Kingesly Francis Delachampe John Keate Robert Thompson George Blundell Esquires John Ferrar junior Richard Winde John Brownell Robert Clarke William Drury John Mason Simon Mason Robert Berneby Edward Hanger John Hanger John Ashcroft Richard Hatley James Wright Thomas Wright John Bellamy Edward Checkley Edward Mason Mark Newman William Love Lawrence Blatt John Pulter Richard Carter Johnathan Read John Johnson Samuel Elliott Robert Sewster William Sparrow Roger Peck William Wye Robert Vinter Aldred Clerke Thomas Mayle Lawrence Thompson Thomas Pete John Howell William Peacok senior Robert Rabye Gentlemen.

For the City and County of the City of Canterbury.

The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen for the time being Sir William Honywood Baronett Sir George Rooke Knight George Sayer Henry Lee Edward Nutt John Cason Daniel White Samuel Milles William Turner Edward Crayford William Courthopp William Watson Thomas Taylor Doctor of Law Thomas Hunt John Bridges Samuel Beane and John Browning Gentlemen.

For the Towne and Liberty of Dover.

The Mayor & Jurats for the time being Sir Bazill Dixwell Baronett Matthew Aylmer Esquire Sir Abraham Jacob Knight Frederick Devinck John Matson Robert Jacob Thomas Raworth Phillipp York Abraham Stocke and Thomas Beddingfeild Towne-Clerke.

For the Towne of Folkestone.

The Mayor and Juratts for the time being Jacob des Bouverie Esq[uire] William Brockman Esq[uire] and George Elcock Esquire.

For the Towne of Fordwich.

The Mayor for the time being Major Samuel Short Doctor Thomas Taylor Captaine William Watson.

For the Towne of Feversham.

The Mayor for the time being Charles Kenrick Thomas Napleton Richard Marsh Francis. Waterman Thomas Waterman Joseph Edwards Nicholas Matson and William Amis.

For the Towne of Tenterden.

The Mayor for the time being Sir George Choute Baronett Robert Austen Esquire Richard Hulse Robert Wightwick Jeremiah Curteis William Blackamore John Mantle William Curteis William Finch James Skeates.

For the Towne and Liberty of Sandwich.

The Mayor Bayliffs and Jurats for the time being John Taylor & Edward Brent Esquires Richard Hawker Towne-Clerke.

For the Towne and Port of New Romney.

Sir Charles Sidney Baronett John Brewer Esquire The Mayor for the time being Mr. John Hunt Mr. John Mascall Mr. Peter Martyn Mr. Richard Baker Mr. Peter Evans Mr. John Norman Mr. William Smith Mr. John Tokee Juratts Mr. William Finch and Mr. John Mascall the younger.

For the Towne of Lidd.

The Mayor for the time being William Edmonds John Skynner Nicholas Dyne Henry Deeds Captaine Ellesden.

For the Towne and Port of Hythe and West Hythe within the Lib[er]ty of the said Towne and Port.

The Mayor for the time being Robinson Beane Henry Deeds William Browne Elias Bassett William Chittenden William Stoakes Thomas Tournay Nicholas Hatton Daniel Foreman Juratts Sir Phillipp Boteler ( (fn. 46) ) Jacob des Bouverie Esq[uire].

For the rest of the County of Kent.

Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron of Cameroone [in (fn. 47) ] the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honoble Phillipp Lord Lisle Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Leicester The Honourable Peregrine Bertie Esq[ure], The Honourable James Bertie Esquire Sir Charles Sidley of Southfleete Sir Thomas Roberts Sir Charles Sidley of Saint Cleare Sir George Rivers Sir Henry Palmer Sir Thomas Culpepper Sir Robert Marsham Knight and Baronett Sir Phillipp Boteler Sir Thomas Knatchbull Sir Thomas Stiles Sir Bazill Dixwell Sir Stephen Leonard Sir James Oxenden Knight and Baronett Sir John Rainy Sir William Honywood Sir Thomas Hales Sir Humfrey Miller Sir John Banks Sir George Peirce Sir Nathaniell Powell Sir John Austen Sir Thomas Selyard Sir John Fagg Sir Robert Fillmore Sir John Shaw Sir William Thomas Sir George Choute Sir John Mordaunt Sir John Lethieulier Sir Jacob Astley Sir Francis Head Sir William Cooper Sir Edward Bettison Sir Michaell Biddolfe Sir Johnathan Keate Sir Comport Fitz Baronetts Sir Francis Leigh Sir William Pritchard Sir George Curtis Sir Charles Bickerstaffe Sir Henry Bosvile Sir Nicholas Crispe Sir Robert Faunce Sir Nicholas Tooke Sir Joseph Williamson Sir George Rooke Sir Edward Gregory Sir James Etheridge Sir Clousley Shovell Sir John Sparrow Sir Isaac Rebow Knights Christopher Vane Edward Roper William Campion William Watton Charles Amhurst Thomas Rider John Leech Gideon de Laune George Harlackenden Richard Bowater William Boys William Bockenham Christopher Waters John Bennett John Moule Robert Austen Robert Crawford James Masters John Taylor of Bifrons Herbert Randolfe John Boys John Curthope William Hamond Richard Trevor Gilbert Hoekeate William Kingsley William Broome Thomas King Christopher Mills William Turner Samuel Short Edward Wivell William Brockman Thomas Moyle Thomas Papillon James Hayes Francis Bathurst William de Laune James Bunce George Petty William Selby Robert Polhill John Hyde David Polhill of Otford John Mitchell Peter de Lanoy William Aldworth Edward Cary John Perry Major Gibbon John Cooke Robert Gibbon Edmond Gibbon Thomas Osborne James Herbert Ralph Buffkin Bowyer Hendley John Brewer William Broadnax Ralph Sanderson Thomas Dallison Edward Gulston William Cage Renold Peckham William Sanderson John Wilkinson William Honnywood of Elham Richard Godden Andrew Brewer William Ash Bartholomew Beale Thomas Manley John Adey Thomas Lake William Fleetwood John Moslow Simon Biddolph Edward Le Neve John Cony Heneage Deering Edward Crayford Walter Hooper John Kenard Edmond Fowler Mountague Drake Glanvill George Sayer William Huggessen Leonard [Diggs (fn. 48) ] Gerrard Gore Nicholas Cooke John Champnes Robert Sayers Justinian Champnes George Elcock Henry Oxenden John Napleton Henry Hawley Richard Oxenden Herbert Palmer Henry Lee James Codd John Tooke Robert Heath John Evelin Edward Austen William Lambard William Wilkinson Thomas Lambard William Emerton Jeffery Amhurst of River Head Phillipp Bartholomew George [Clifford (fn. 49) ] William Bathurst Francis Farnaby Ralph Petley John Buggens John Bret Fisher Robert Austin of Bexley Percival Hart Robert Honywood Richard Britton John Linch Abraham Hill William Aldworth Edward King Francis Barrill Edward Grace Thomas Gifford John Cason Robert Beake George Curtis John Thurbarne Serjeant att Law James Fortry Edmond Davenport John Boteler Doctor Thomas Taylor Jacob des Bouverie Captaine Pellett Thomas Blisse John Godden Nordish Ran Godfrey Meinsell William Hambleton Abraham Harrison Arnold King Ellis Cunliffe Robert Plott Phillipp Papillon William [Henman (fn. 50) ] Francis Waterman Samuel Leonard Captaine pearch Daniel White Captaine Stevens John Denew Thomas Scott Charles Bargrave William Courthope Samuel Plummer William White John Crispe Roger Paine Thomas Napleton Edward Nutt Thomas Brewer Robert Michel Thomas Washer Samuel Shaw Thomas Selyard Christopher Allison Edward Manning John Hill Edward Bettison Joseph Crumpe John Dyke William Randolfe Edward Tooke Thomas. Culpeper Thomas Meredith Charles Kendrick William Crayford Thomas Marsh Humphrey Stiles Richard Hulse Edward Manley Edward Knatchbull Benjamin Godfrey John Bond William Turner Christopher Mason William James Roger Kirkby John Powell Edmond Bagshaw Peter Godfrey Matthew Aylmer Richard Thornhill William Kingsford Thomas Turner John Hollingberry Samuel Mills Henry Parker Charles Cesar Brooke Bridges Francis Wheeler Richard Simmonds William Tindall George Etkins Captaine Courthope William Spencer James Masters of Yokes John Baron John Smith William Dixon John Coppin of Deal Thomas Morris Charles Fagg Thomas Granger Esquires George Oxenden Doctor of Laws Doctor William Deeds Thomas Nower Everard Boys Captain Waters Henry Deeds Thomas Turner John Knowler of Ospring Gent[um]? Doctor Salsbury Cade The Mayor of Rochester for the time being John Hogg junior William Head John Clarke Bonham Hayes Doctor Hatley Benjamin Hatley The Mayor of Maidstone for the time being Robert Saunders Garret Gallant Francis Finch William Weaver Richard Elay George Peirce Robert Salmon Samuel Wood William Reader Thomas Wattle William Wildish Francis Curtis John Brian George Charleton Robert Swynocke The Juratts of Maidstone being Justices of the Peace Thomas Fagg William Brett George Whitwick Thomas Brett Gentlemen The Mayor of Gravesend for the time being Christopher Waters William Yates John Christmas William Culpeper Thomas Chiffinch Francis Brooks Francis Skegg George Charter Edward Chapman Bernard Ellis Robert Cony Fettebrace Knott John Ball Robert Lee Baldwin Duppa Jeremiah Gregory Sampson Bourne William Watson John Watson John Skinner John Smith of Lee Tho: Weller William Boswell Carew Holford William Woodyer Robert Holden of Hawkridge Luke Spencer Thomas Lanier Tho: Plummer William Simmonds Felix Cadwell William Allen Abraham Spooner Nicholas Smith junior Gilbert Knowler John Robinson Edward Chapman John Holman Benjamin Crayker John Maskall The Mayor of Queenborough and Justices of the Peace Charles Finch John Duboys William Hodgskins William Smith John Norman William Finch Gentlemen The Bailiff and Expenditor of Romney Marsh for the time being John Lade Thomas Golding Gentlemen Peers Mauditt Esquire Benjamin Crayker Thomas Bathurst Gentlemen.

For the County Palatine of Lancaster.

The Honorable James Stanley The Honorable Fitton Gerrard Sir Charles Houghton Sir Thomas Stanley Sir Ralph Ashton Baronetts Sir Joseph Tyly Vice-Chauncellor of the Dutchy & County Palatine of Lancaster Sir Robert Duckenfeild Sir Roger Bradshaw Sir William Penington Sir William Lowther Sir Edward Chisnall Sir Daniel Fleming Knights Henry Ashurst Esquire Attorney Generall of the County Palatine of Lancaster Thomas Norris James Holt Roger Kirkby John Warren Edward Fleetwood Lawrence Rawstorne Henry Hilton Edward Cheetham John Entwisle Esquire Thomas Ashurst John Hopwood Edward Rigby of Preston Thomas Rigby of Middleton Peter Shakerley Francis Linley Peter Egerton Miles Sandys William Hulme John Braddyll Robert Parker Thomas Cotton Roger Nowell Thomas Molyneux Thomas Brotherton Leigh Banks John Hays Edward Wilson John Wallinsey Miles Sandys John Fenwick Xp[ist]ofer Lyster Ambrose Pudsey William Norris Jasper Mauditt Thomas Sherson Benjamin Houghton Robert Mawdsley Ralph Lindsey Samuel Legay Nicholas Starkey Thomas Lever Richard Entwisle Bertie Entwisle Richard Fleetwood Robert Hide of Denton John Ashton John Byrome Thomas Patten Esquire Thomas Serjeant of Pilkington Richard Longwurth Johnathan Blackburne William Kirby Henry Greenah John Crispe Roger Kenyon Esquires Nicholas Rigby Edmond Cole Thomas Winkley Richard Percivall of Manchester Edward Herle William Fleming of Rydall Esq[uire] Roger Fleming Thomas Ball William Fleming Thomas Rigby of Garses John Veall Oswald Moseley Esq[uire] William Magull William Patten Ralph Egerton Alexander Radeliffe Peter Ormeroid Thomas Rushton Nicholas Cuncliffe Thomas Bradshaw Esquire Samuel Crooke of Copperhill Thomas Willis Thomas Roughlee Thomas Crofts Samuel Hilton John Wright Edmond Hornbie Thomas Foster Thomas Smith William Sclater William Lawde John Latus George Kenyon William Leigh John Johnson William Molyneux Thomas Fyrer George Derbyshire George Goulborne Thomas Patten of Warrington William Johnson George Chetham Samuel Finny Thomas Cooke Graves William Jones Sandiforth James Ashton Andrew Danby Thomas Abraham Doctor in Physick John Clayton Thomas Clayton George Sorocold Robert Molyneux Robert Roper Nicholas Hammond John Wilne Richard Houghton William Hatton Josiah Hird John Widdows Robert Atkinson Thomas Catterall John Goulborne Thomas Haywood William West Robert Halliwell Richard Holland Richard Dickenson John Pellsen James Norcrofte Miles Whiteaker, John Edmondson Thomas Sudell Thomas Croft Edward Parr of Eccleson Edward Ball William Simpson Thomas Simpson James Fowles Alexander Hesketh Charles Davenport Doctor Charles Leigh John Case Nicholas Rigby Edward Holt junior John Berry senior Edmond Gibson Richard Percivall William Patten of Preston Edward Stanley William Knipe Nathan Abraham John Leach John Croston George Goulborne Thomas Mather John Wilson William Jameson William Jones Thomas Biggland James Farrer George Charles Roger Hesketh Daniel Sefton Nicholas Fazakerly Joseph Hooper of Manchester Miles Loynsdall James Farrer of Ormskirke Peter Shaw Richard Tonge Thomas Nuttall Thomas Kenyon Thomas Sandiford Richard Sparling Robert Pennington Gent[um] Barton Shuttleworth Thomas Smith The Mayor Recorder Aldermen and Bayliffs of Lancaster for the time being Charles Rigby Esquire Doctor John Tarleton Augustine Greenwood Thomas Robinson The Mayor Aldermen and Bayliffs of the Borough of Preston for the time being Thomas Molyneux Esquire John Ferrers Esquire Daniel Chaddock Thomas Greenefeild Roger Sudell senior Robert Pennington Henry Tayler Gent. William Shaw John Franks William Patten John Roberts The Mayor Recorder Aldermen Bayliffs and Bayliff Peers of the Borough of Wigan for the time being Edward Herle Henry Browne Robert Markland Richard Wells James Harvey James [Tatlock (fn. 51) ] John Walmesly [John Harvey (fn. 52) ] The Stewards of the Borough of Newton for the time being Thomas Brotherton Leigh Banks Esquire Johnathan Blackburne John Blackburne Leigh Bowden John Mather The Bayliffs and Recorder of the Borough of [Clitheroe (fn. 53) ] for the time being Arthur Ashton Robert Sclater John Ashton John Webster The Mayor and Bayliffs of the Borough of Liverpoole for the time being Jasper Mawditt Esquire Thomas Johnson senior John Molyneux Thomas Johnson junior Peter Atherton Daniel Danvers William Preston William Clayton Samuel Done John Pemberton Thomas Sweeting Major Robert [Brodne (fn. 54) ] John Finch John Crosse John Bent.

For the Borough of Leicester.

Henry Pate Esquire Mayor and the Mayor for the time, being Matthew Symons Lawrence Carter senior Lawrence Carter junior William Frank John Major Esquire John Goodall William Southwell Thomas Ludlum John Roberts George Bent John Crackfort Samuel Woodland William Billers John Watts John Wilkins John Bent William Shears Edmund Johnson John Norris Edmond Cradock Thomas Lawrence William Orton John Abney John Brokesby Sir Edward Abney Knight and Archdale Palmer Esquire.

For the rest of the County of Leicester.

The Right Honourable William Lord Marquesse of Hartington Son and Heire Apparent to William Duke of Devonshire The Right Honourable the Lord William Pawlett Second Son to the Duke of Bolton The Right Honourable the Lord Henry Cavendish Second Son to William Duke of Devonshire The Right Honorable Thomas Lord Viscount Beaumont of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable John Lord Roos Son and Heire Apparent of John Earle of Rutland The Right Honorable George Lord Hastings Son and Heire Apparent of Theophilus Earle of Huntingdon The Right Honourable Bennett Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Charles Bertie The Honourable Heneage Finch The Honourable Robert Shirley The Honourable John Verney The Honourable John Noell The Honoble Benett Sherard Esquires Sir William Villiers Sir Thomas Mackworth Sir Thomas Haslerigg Sir Roger Cave Sir Justinian Isham Sir George Beaumont Sir Richard Halford Sir Wolston Dixy Sir Edward Hudson Sir Edward Smith Sir William Ellis Sir Richard Newdigate Sir Robert Dashwood Sir Scroope How Sir John Chester Baronetts Sir William Rawlinson Sir Edward Abney Sir Edward Wigley Sir Ambrose Phillipps Sir William Yorke Sir William Halford Sir Nathan Wright Knights John Dela Fountain Jeoffry Palmer Edward Smith Thomas Boothby Richard Lister senior Richard Lister junior William Whaley Thomas Babington Edward Bigland Serjeant att Law William Cole Charles Morris Thomas Skeffington Broome Saint John Bennett Francis Monday Charles Jennens John Wilkins Richard Cheslyn Robert Hesilrige senior Robert Hesilrige junior Gilbert Pickering William Belgrave junior Matthew Johnson Clerk of the Parliaments William Jesson Roger Row Barclay Street Thomas Wilson John Wilson Roger Smith Thomas Harthopp Richard Brudnell James Winstanley George Pochin Thomas Pochin Rowland Browne John Oneby Robert Oneby Henry Henningham Christopher Pack Downhall Dove Thomas Caldecutt William Boothby senior William Boothby junior William Faunt Henry Kendall William Woollaston Henry Turner John Major James Armston William Bird William Hartopp Samuel Shalcros Edward Conyers High Sheriff of the County Henry Gilbert John Mitton Edward Needham Stanhopp Whaley James Halsall William Ashby John Saint John of Orton Stephen Harvey George Ashby Archdale Palmer John Thornhaugh Danvers Hodges Isaac Woolaston Thomas Charnells Esquires Michael Wrighton William Frank Thomas Noble Jervas Bradgate Lawrence Carter William Bembrick Matthew Symonds Richard Walker Leonard Vow Everard Goodman John Coles Tyringham Stephens Robert Freeman William Billers William Clerke of Gilmorton Thomas Woodcock of Keyham John Watts Richard Watts William Wells of Thrushington John Hood Charles Farnham Robert Smith William Busby William Reading John Hurst Edward Hewett of Dunton Charles Harcourt of Rowdon William Rice of Womandham Henry Greene of Rolston Richard Greene Henry Tate of Burleigh William Atkins Esquire Thomas Andrews Gent. George Hewett Esq[uire] Pochin of Wigson Clifton Pack Esq[uire] Edward [Mugliston (fn. 55) ] of Puckington Gentleman and Thomas Abney Gentleman.

For the County of Lincolne and City and County of the City of Lincolne.

The Right Honourable William Lord Pawlett Second Son to the Duke of Bolton The Right Honorable George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland Lord Fitz Williams of the Kingdome of Ireland Bennett Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland The Honorable Peregrine Bertie the Elder The Honourable Charles Bertie senior The Honourable Peregrine Bertie junior Vice-Chamberlain and one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council The Honourable Phillipp Bertie The Honorable James Bertie The Honorable Thomas Sanderson The Honorable James Sanderson Craven Howard The Honorable William Mountague Sir Henry Monson Sir Thomas Hussey Sir William Brownlow Sir Charles Orby Sir John Tyrwhitt Sir John Bolles Sir George Markham Sir John Thorold Sir John Newton Sir Willoughby Hickman Sir William Massingbeard Sir Thomas Trollop Sir William Ellis Sir Richard Cust Sir Edward Hussey Sir William Buck Sir John Oldfeild Sir Rowland Wynn Sir Walter Clarges Sir Thomas Barnardiston Sir John Sherard Sir Thomas Skipwith Baronetts Sir Robert Barkham Sir Thomas Meers Sir Edward Ayscoghe Sir William York Sir Edward Turner Sir Thomas Rolt Sir Michael Warton Sir Pury Cust Knights Charles Dymock Champion William Pierrepoint William Hussey Louis Dymock William Marwood William Monson Thomas Broughton Thomas Lyster Robert Ryley Noah Nedle Robert Goodale William Trollop John Pell Daniel de Ligne Lewis Hurst Edward Paine William Welby William Hyde Anthony Palmer Christopher Hales Richard Welby The Mayor Recorder Aldermen & Sheriffs of the City of Lincolne for the time being The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Grimsby for the time being The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Boston for the time being The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Stamford for the time being The Alderman and Recorder of Grantham for the time being Robert Cole senior Edward Levesley John Robinson Simon Grant Nathaniel Garthwaite William Haskard William Kirk Thomas Crickslow William Clarke Robert Cole junior John Coddington John Calcrofte John Ashton junior Allan Knight Thomas Cole of Boston Isaac Gardiner William Burbidge Anthony Kirke John Newcombe William Turner Joseph Lowe Deane & Chapter of Lincolne The Honourable John. Verney Arthur Moore Esquires Thomas Bernardiston Edward Caywood John Newton Nicholas Newcomen Thomas Johnson John Thorney Richard White Henry Moubray Ralph Ruyeley Anthony Wyngfeild Charles Halford Peregrine Bertie of Gedney The Warden of Louth William Yorke Mountague Cholmley Richard Winch Stephen Rothwell John Goodrick Samuel Luddington John Micklethwaite senior John Micklethwaite junior John Bolt John Wood Thomas Tresse Peter Birde Benjamin Kinge Gilbert Berry Thomas Berrie Cyprian Thornton Edward Turney senior Edward Turney junior David Feild William Chapman John Chaplin Christopher Berisford Thomas Hall Vincent Grantham Francis Grantham George Whychcott Bryon Nevill Robert Cawdron Thomas Cowley John Harvey Matthew Lyster George Fairfax Thomas Yong William Thompson John Hussey Daniel Wickham Dymocke Walpoole John Fisher John Bishopp Richard Torskey John Pindar George Knight Christopher Palmer Sygismond Trafford William Hardy Nicholas Pell John Rogers Thomas Fruesdale James Seaton John Towne William Towne Benjamin Smith Peter Short Robert Archer Richard Cuthbert George Newcomen Charles Fox Rawston Hart Charles Bates John Toller Charles Langton senior Thomas Christopher Robert Fisher Francis Anderson John Leech Thomas Broxholme William Wilson Thomas Markwell Richard Rhodes Thomas Abbott John Ely Edwin Anderson John How James Ashton George Smith Thomas Johnson Henry Jenkinson Thomas Pownel Thomas Collison William How Richard Milner John Tully Thomas Place Reuben Parks William Ambler Richard Bornford John Cawley Martin Johnson Robert Tyrwhitt Peter Mapletoft Thomas Harnes Robert Sanders Adam Bland John Thorold Isaac Newton Thomas Tigh Thomas Williamson John Burton William Bonner William Cotton John Appleyard Thomas Webberly John Key William Taylor William Tomlins Anthony Burton Humphrey Hyde Anthony Thompson Henry Lamb Henry Thorold John Lilley Benjamin Cuthbert William Stamford John Quinney John Garland Charles Fitz-Williams Syrac Westlyd Robert Jenkinson Thomas Biltcliffe Charles Beaty Thomas Hardy William Osgodby Edmond Inkerson Edmond Dickenson William Greene John Ayscough Martin Browne Henry Newstead William Marshall William Longe John Neave Thomas Emerton John Rossiter Francis Fane John Phillipps Doctor Fullwood John Evans William Loney William Thorneton Ralph Maddison Patrick Shore Thomas Poole Robert Harris Francis Harvey Edward Browne Henry [Laygood (fn. 56) ] Maurice Johnson Edward Austin Eusebius Moreton Edward Wilby Christopher Spooner John Bryan Thory Todd William Duncombe John Gaul John Thorney Henry Pell Bevill Wimberley Alan Knipe Edward Dymock John Burslem William Gay William Delamere Henry Andrews George Jollands Humphrey Wallott William Wilby Robert Jenkinson junior Henry Bolton John Hodson Robert Caldecott William Stevenson Peter Hancock John Nelthorp Doctor Richier Anthony Lucas Charles Dymock George Monson Edward Monson Richard Wynn William Kirke Francis Manby Sibthorpe senior Sibthorpe junior Isaac Fully William Stamford Phillipp Stamford Edward Wallis George Clayton William Fortrey John Weyman Samuel Cooper Stephen Bridge William Abell Christopher Rands William Chapman Hugh Ayscough Charles Caldecott William Aldworth John Johnson William Cawthorpe John Francis Lindley Askham Robert Laming William Fidell William Stennett Matthew Parnell Nicholas Moore Richard Nelthorpe Arthur Cressey Langley [Grace (fn. 57) ] Henry Heran John Brewin Thomas Frewin William Arlack William Green Stephen Hutchinson Richard Palfreman John Harreman Robert Long. William Landen Robert Gardiner John Burton Joseph Fidell John Pakey Thomas Christopher Thomas Booth George Davenport Robert Boswell William Gunvill Thomas Harrison John Thory Charles Willerton John Willerton Richard White John Rothwell Thomas Peachell Josias Ent Jeffrey Palmer Esquire Joshua Crosse Jonathan Gostelow Snow Thomas Drax John Dinchbeck Gentlemen George Hawkins Joshua Blackwell Henry Andrews John Metcalfe William Ashton Gent[um] Edmond Bolter Esquire John Wotton Gent. Robert Curtis Gent. Thomas Newcomen Barrister att Law Colonell Luke Lillingston and Robert Skipper Isaac Newton Peter Fullwood Doctor of Physick Matthias Browne John Harriman.

For the City of London with the Lib[er]ty of St. Martins le Grand.

The Lord Mayor and Aldermen for the time being Sir Salathiell Lovell Knight Recorder & the Recorder for the time being Sir Bartholomew Gracedieu Sir James Collett Sheriffs Sir Thomas Trevor Knight His Majesties Attorney General Sir John Hawles Knight His Majesties Sollicitor General The Right Honourable Charles Mountague Esquire Chancellor of His Majesties Excheq[uire] Sir Thomas Littleton Baronett Sir Samuel Bernardiston Sir John Mordent Sir Benjamin Ayloffe Sir Henry Ashurst Sir Robert Rich Sir William Cooper Baronetts Sir William Williams Knight & Baronett Doctor George Oxenden Sir John Sweetapple Sir William Cole Sir Thomas Vernon Sir Benjamin Newland Sir Matthew Andrews Sir John Lethieulier Sir Jeremiah Sambrooke Sir Thomas St. George Sir Richard Raynes Sir Charles Hedges Sir Gabriel Roberts Sir Joseph Herne Sir Stephen Evance Sir Eliab Harvey Bar. Sir John Cope Baronett Sir Thomas Skipwith Baronett Sir John Foche Sir Thomas Adams Sir Rowland Answorth Sir Thomas Cuddon Chamberlaine Sir John Isles Sir Henry Furnace Sir William Scawen Sir Edward Wills Sir John Wolfe Sir Samuel Blewett Knights Robert Harley Thomas Papillon John Morrice Thomas Frederick Esquires Doctor Henry Newton Chancellor of London John Perry Thomas Westerne senior John Conyers William Strong John Smith Esquires Henry Ashhurst of the Inner Temple Esquire Arthur Moore John Herbert Jeffry Jeffrys John Jeffrys Charles Chamberlaine John Nicholls Arthur Baron Henry Crispe Esquires Colonell Hatton Thomas Goddard William Ivatt Robert Boddington Francis Gosfright Thomas Ryder Jacob Desbouverie Esquire William Norris Esquire Henry Hunter John Hibbert Joseph Thomson William Fazakerley William Gunn Humphrey Strode James Clement Esquires Thomas [Philp (fn. 58) ] Henry Dethick George Boddington Samuel Somerford Peter Floyer Deputy Thomas Gardner Deputy George Gooday Peter Jay William Faulkner John Genew John Freeman Deputy Gerrard Conyers Samuel Clarke Isaac Houblon Herbert Aylwin Richard Hoare Esquires Nicholas Alexander Deputy James Wood Deputy James Fowles James Eaton Richard Nicholls Robert Raworth Thomas Collett Deputy John Blackwell Esquires Charles Ball Richard Winn Robert Ashhurst Charles Mason Esquire Peter Renew Arthur Shallett Felix Calvert Robert Clavell Richard Gwinn Deputy Gilbert Heathcott Tho. Eyres Deputy John Cary Charles Godolphin Esquire Ceorge Nicholls Edward Jenkinson John Harvey Henry Cornish Esquire John Sansom Joseph Wright John Little John Ward Samuel Rawstorne senior Philipp Papillon Thomas Emes Deputy John Travill Alexander Jacob Matthew Humberston Samuel Garrett John Bland Charles Thorald Duncan Dee Sir Thomas Frankland Sir Robert Cotton John Morgan Samuel Stanier Edward Rudge William Strudwick Joseph Wolfe Jocelyn Roberts Colonell Willett John Hargrave John Oldberry John Deacle Esquires Ralph Lane John Freeman Gabriel Roberts William Sedgwick Sir Theodore Jansen Sir Alexander Rigby Knights John Upton James Denew Deputy Thomas Aungier Edward Grace Esquire Nathaniel Herne Captaine Samuel Roycroft Edmund Phillipps Leonard Wessell Thomas Scawen Samuel Mayne Henry Spellman John Smith John Page Merchants Sir Cloudesly Shovell Knight Edward [Dummer (fn. 59) ] Thomas Willshaw George Saint Lo Richard Bowater Esquires James Hallett Colonell Henry Hatley Edward Brewster Richard Peirce Esquire Thomas Molyneux Esq[uire] James, Richardson William Broughton Thomas Evans Nicholas Baker Peter Houblon John Sherbrook Thomas Gardiner Chyrurgeon William Baker Peter Ducane Robert Bullock Sir Walter Young Knight Samuel Clarke Esq[uire] Sir Basill Dixwell-Knight Edward Lassell Edward Noell Thomas Browne Sir Richard Haddock Knight Charles Sergison Dennis Lyddall John Hill Esquires Samuel Pett John Horne Thomas Fryer William Richardson Edward Bull Peter Godfrey. John Munford Deputy John Hardrett Deputy Daniel Dorvill Justus Othger Robert White Anthony Burrin Edward Clarke Esquire Major John Aires Andrew Franklyn William Conn Joshua Bolt John Machell Esquire John Pettitt Richard Glover Thomas Blackmore junior Thomas Phipps Gent. Samuel Lock Merchant William Rouse Nicholas Ashton Evan Pugh Awnsham Churchill John James Robert Thair Edward Anthony Abraham Lethieulier Francis Moore Thomas Clarke Robert Knight Nathaniel Houlton senior Joseph Scriven Deputy Colonell Edward Cresner Major Edward Jenkins Colonell Peter Essington John Wells Freeman Collins Deputy Nathan Green John Bickley Deputy Joseph Vaux Thomas Gunston Thomas Rodbard Thomas Plasted Captaine Thomas Pitts Captaine Timothy Thornberry Thomas Carpenter John Bellamy Nicholas Aley Nathaniel Tench Charles Herle Benjamin Smith John Rayley Deputy Peter Hagar John Tooley Deputy Adrian Byer Deputy Daniel Allen Godfrey Webster John Hammond Peter Gray Thomas Cole Deputy Marmaduke Bludder Alexander Pitfeild Edward Bishier John Egleton Benjamin Brownsmith Thomas Fyge George Boddington Samuel Lethielier Captaine Daniel Wray Deputy ( (fn. 60) ) Richard Pemble Alexander Dry Timothy Lenoy George Tredway John Fearne Richard Ambrose John Charleton Esq[uire] William Boulter Isaac Greville John Hopkins Thomas Molyneux Nicholas Willmott John Borrett Robert Barber Francis Levett Francis Boynton John Crosse William Disher Edward Browne Robert Moore Francis Thacker Nathaniel Tench Thomas Davenport George King Esquire Randolph Watson Richard Bristow Thomas Cooper Thomas Fryer James Oades John Strickson Abraham Beck Thomas Powell junior John Bloodworth John Hoyle Gabriel Glover John Horne Richard Wynne Edward Etherick Joseph Lane Roger Thompson Francis Eyles Francis Dashwood Thomas Northey John Roberts Joshua Sheppard Benjamin Rookby John Williams Edward Stacy Samuel Richards Josiah Diston Richard Acton Thomas Done Esquire Joseph Avis Randolph Watson John Ferne Samuell Pett Esquire John Oldbury William Phillipps William Willis Esquire Thomas Hall senior Esquire Xp[ist]ofer Foster [Robert (fn. 61) ] Fowle Thomas Wotton Daniel Neale Anthony Sturt Esquire Thomas Coulston Esquire Joshua Bolt Peter Gellstrop Colonell John Genew Nathaniel Long Peter Eaton Robert Beachcraft Thomas Sandford James Smith Es[quire] George Peck Benjamin Henshaw Joseph Martin David Rowlands Esq[uire] John Southorne Esq[uire] Captaine John Nicholson Richard Younge Sir Thomas Skipwith Baronett John Metcalfe and Christopher Rich Esquires.

For Serjeants-Inn in Fleetstreet.

The Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Treby Mr. Justice Rokeby Mr. Justice Turton Baron Powis Sir [Nathan (fn. 62) ] Wright His Majesties Serjeant att Law and Sir Creswell Levins.

For Serjeants-Inn in Chancery-Lane.

The Right Honourable Sir John Holt Lord Chief Justice Mr. Justice Nevill Mr. Justice Powell Mr. Justice Eyres Mr. Baron Hatsell Mr. Serjeant Wogan Mr. Serjeant Gould Mr. Serjeant George Strode Mr. Serjeant Lovell Mr. Serjeant Thomas Strode Mr. Serjeant Byrch Mr. Serjeant Thurborne Mr. Serjeant Coward.

For the Inner-Temple and the Inns of Chancery thereto belonging.

The Honourable Paul Foley Esquire Speaker of the Honourable the House of Co[m]mons The Honourable Sir John Trevor Knight Master of the Rolls Sir John Simpson Cursitor Baron of His Majesties Court of Exchequer Sir Thomas Trevor His Majesties Attorney General William Farrer Esquire Sir Nathaniel Powell Knight and Baronett His Majesties Council Learned in the Law The Honourable Heneage Finch Esquire and the rest of the Benchers for the time being.

For the Middle-Temple and the Inns of Chancery thereto belonging.

Sir William Witelocke Knight Sir Francis Winnington Knight Sir Richard May Knight now Treasurer of the said Middle Temple and the rest of the Benchers of the said Society.

For Lincolns-Inn and the Inns of Chancery thereto belonging.

The Honourable Charles Egerton Esquire Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir William Yorke Knights Robert Price Thomas Jacob Henry Fleming Esquire and [all (fn. 63) ] the Benchers of Lincolnes Inn.

For Grays-Inn and the Inns of Chancery thereto belonging.

Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Sir John Bolls Baronett George Gifford Samuel Buck Daniel Bedingfield Warner South Ralph Cooke Charles Pidgeon Thomas Carter Esquires Thomas Owen and the rest of the Benchers of the said Society John Brewer Richard Vaughan Thomas Brotherton Esquires.

For the City of Westminster and Liberties thereof.

The Right Honourable Richard Earle of Ranelagh of the Kingdome of Ireland and one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council The Right Honourable Charles Mountague Esquire Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer one of the Lords Co[m]missioners of His Majesties Treasury and one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council The Right Honourable Sir Stephen Fox Knight one of the Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Treasury. The Right Honourable John Smith Esquire one of the Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Treasury and [one (fn. 64) ] of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council The Right Honourable Sir Thomas Littleton Baronett one of the Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Treasury and the Right Honourable Thomas Pelham Esquire one other of the Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Treasury The Right Honourable Sir Robert Howard Knight one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council The Right Honourable Sir Henry Goodrick Knight one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council The Right Honourable Hugh Boscawen Esquire one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council The Right Honoble James Vernon Esquire one of His Majesties Principal Secretaries of State and one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council Edward Lord Cornbury Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Clarendon Henry Lord Hyde Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Rochester The Honourable Craven Howard Phillipp Howard Thomas Howard Peregrine Bertie Charles Bertie Bernard Granvil John Granvil. Thomas Newport Henry Frederick Thynn William Cheney Goodwin Wharton Esquires Sir John Lowther of Whitehaven Sir Samuel Grimston Sir Charles Carterett Sir Roger Langley Sir Robert Cotton Sir John Cotton Sir Robert Pye Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir William Honeywood Sir Walter Clarges Sir Henry Marwood Sir William Orpe Sir Thomas Grosvenour Sir Richard Onslow Sir John Wolstenholme Sir Edward Seymour Sir Henry Colt Sir Robert Rich Sir John Matthews Baronetts Sir William Wogan one of His Majesties Serjeants att Law Sir Thomas Trevor Knight His Majesties Attorney General Sir John Hawles Knight His Majesties Sollicitor General William Lowndes Esquire Secretary of His Majesties Treasury Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir John Elwes Sir Phillipp Meadowes Sir John Nicholas Sir Joseph Williamson Sir Charles Cottrell junior Sir Christopher Wrenn Sir Humphrey Winch Sir John Bucknall Sir Thomas Chambers Sir Thomas St. George Sir Michael Cole Sir William Cooper Sir Thomas Travel Sir Francis Child Sir Benjamin Bathurst Sir Peter Vandeputt Sir Orlando Gee Sir Robert Marsham Sir James Smith Sir George Rook Sir Fleetwood Sheppard Sir Cornwall Bradshaw Sir Ralph Delaval Sir Edward Wiseman Sir Peter Killigrew Sir William Hustler Sir William Trumball Knights all the Officers of the Board of Green-Cloth and the Prothonotaries of the Court of Common Pleas for the time being Thomas Strode Serjeant att Law Charles Fox Henry Guy George Nicholas Thomas Done Brook Bridges William Aldworth Hugh Squire James Lowther Edmond Phillips Thomas Walker Martin Rider Thomas Mulso Colonell John Beaumont Edward Le Neve William Glanvill Thomas Thoroton Charles Bonithon Serjeant att Law Thomas Watkins John Parkhurst Francis Gwyn Francis Aston James Sheffeild Benjamin Coleing Doctor Owen Wynn John Pottinger John Woodhouse Nehemiah Arnold Thomas Railton John Nedham Samuel Heron William Bridgeman John Smith Foot Onslow John Smith of Beaufort-Buildings Thomas Cotton Edward Progers Morgan Randyll Colonell John Baynes William Ball John Pultenay David Nearne Andrew Lawrence Thomas Doleman Nicholas Baxter Edmond Prideaux Robert Harley Robert Hewett Doctor Gideon Harvey junior Walter Bridall Thomas Neale Christopher Vane Matthew Lock Edmond Ogar David Crawford John Tully William Blaithwait Edmond Waller Francis Negus Ralph Marshall Charles Mompesson John Knight John Baber Nicholas Fenn James Tissard Nicholas Martin William Seabrooke Edward Salisbury John Wilson Thomas Payne Richard Dalton Phillipp Farewell Guicciardino Wentworth Peter Hume Rowland Holt Charles Witaker William Whitaker William Baber Matthew Johnson Clerk of the Parliaments John Walker Paul Jodrell Clerk of the House of Commons Samuel Powell Serjeant att Arms attending the House of Commons William Pultenay John Hastings William Gulston Henry Priestman James Southerne Nicholas Barbon William Monson Robert Yard Giles Clarke John Squibb Eldred Lancelot Lee Thomas Hall Humphrey Hetherington Phillipp Ryley William Cooke William Duncombe William Thursby Major Thomas Taylor Lawrence Saint Loe Charles Chetwind Thomas Owen Ralph Bucknell Edmond Webb Henry Ludlow Richard Garth Thomas Wymondesold Henry Harris John Lisle Thomas Boteler Francis Boteler James Buck Anthony Hammond William Kingsley Thomas Chute Clerk of the Crowne Joseph Craggs Thomas Frewen Thomas Povey Watkinson Payler William Rowley George Woodeson Ralph Williamson Phillipp Brydall John Walker of the Exchequer John Touchett Charles Twitty Tanner Arnold Thomas Crosse Francis Thacker John Brockett William Stone Richard Rider William Greene James Chace John Worley John Thompson George Meggott Phineas Andrews Richard Topham James Frontine Robert Butler John Tredenham Cheek Gerard Hugh Chudleigh Thomas Dyose John Hungerford Phillipp Mussard Richard Warr Robert Crawford Henry Cornwall William Hooker Robert Breedon Jerman Ireton [Francis (fn. 64) ] Parry John Pascall William Fish James Dewy William Stewkley William East Thomas Marriott John Higden Edwin Griffin Edward Littleton Ralph Grange Edmond Chaloner Robert Barker Charnock Heron Gilbert Talbott Charles Mompesson Matthew Booth Leonard Thomson Ashburnham Toll Robert Manning Ebenezer Sadler Josias Ent James Hayes Thomas Webb John Lacy Richard Knipe James Trumball Francis Bagshaw Thomas Addison Joseph Stopford Chichester Wray John Bristow John Maurice Peter Shackerley Thomas [Peirce (fn. 65) ] Irby Mountague Edward Braddock Gilbert Primrose Henry Durell Thomas Hopson William Watkins William Matthews Henry Withers John Shrimpton Robert Dent James Bringfeild Esquires Walter Wallinger Esquire William Petit Robert Squibb senior Thomas Beverley John Ward Robert Streater Henry Saint John Craven Peyton Esquire John Browne Martin Lyster John Radcliffe Leonard Plukenett William Stockham Samuel Garth James Wellwood Samuel Wall Doctors of Physick Nathaniel Behoe John Hookes Gregory King Thomas Taubman William Moore Joseph Tissar Samuel Trotman Esquire John Low Bartholomew Burton Humphrey Maston Charles Rampaine Erasmus Dryden Robert Moore Joseph Tilley John Pearson Benjamin Drake John Outing Simon Smith Henry Ballow Richard Fisher senior William Jacob John Vigures Peter Rudge Thomas Rudge Thomas Jones Samuel Burch John Powell Samuel Brewster John Peters John Creed John Milner Richard Milner John Roydhouse John Clear Captaine John Taylder Captaine Richard Crispe Captaine John Partridge Richard Adams Samuel Peacock Thomas Templeman Maurice Hunt George Cowper John Lugg Richard Wheeler Ralph Hutchenson Mark Lawne Richard Fitzgerald Charles Knott John Clayton Christopher Smith Richard Cowper Matthias Cowper Richard Petty John Martin Richard Heybourne Thomas Browne Richard Owen John England John Boulte Richard Stephens Peter Le Vigne Francis Chapman William Greenway Anthony Cratchrode Michael Miles John Blundell John Stone Robert Stone Richard Miller Thomas Morgan Richard Hutton Rowland Greenwood Jaques Wiseman Henry Robbins James Buttersby Thomas Mansell Thomas Rider William Blackeller Thomas Tuckey Gilbert Herring Nicholas Pickerring Nicholas Collins Nicholas Freeman Mordet Creherode James Cunningham Thomas Gery Crispe Grainge John de Sheer Edward de Chaire Nathaniel Hilton Joseph Briscoe John Bradford Henry Jones Edmond Goodwin Edmond Fuller Alexander Man Benjamin Bayles Thomas Sutton Charles Peters Richard Barrow John Penhallow Samuel Pryor Abraham Skinner John Reynolds Michael Terry Stephen Terry Augustine [Brewsier (fn. 66) ] William Richardson James Gibbon John Fitz Isaac Terrett Joseph Sherwood William Churchill William Henman John Price Thomas Morton Edward Johns Charles Ballett Thomas Moody John Aynsworth Francis Dandridge Jasper English John Bayly John Lacy Thomas Percy Humphrey Bradshaw Richard Barrett Huntly Bigg Joseph Yates John Broughton Thomas Gratwick James Grey Captaine John Hastings Captaine James Partridge Peter Hill George Hallett Charles Hooper Peter Hall Thomas Lloyd Thomas Lewen John Cock Thomas Cherrett William Emmett John Francis Hugh North Robert Maddox James Misson Nicholas Spalding Thomas Tarrant John Wood Abraham Harrison Major Henry New John Tovey Matthew Bankes Charles Hopson John Biddle Charles Taylor William Farnborow Petley Garnham Robert Pugh John Marsh John Incleton Henry Ballow Henry Ferne James Medlicott Samuel Somerford Robert Hewett Benjamin Thody John Churchill William Gilbert Emery Arguis Robert Crosse John Howlett John Higden Robert Lord Richard Marsh William Read William Sidenham Bryon Stobert Thomas Barnes Gent. Phillipp Harman Esquire Richard Sutton Stephen Lawrence Thomas Sheeles Thomas Streeter Robert Streeter Benjamin Thody Henry Grove George Wellington Thomas Taubman Gentlemen

For the rest of the County of Middlesex.

The Honourable Paul Foley Esquire Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons The Right Honourable Charles Mountague Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of His Majesties Exchequer and one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council The Right Honourable Sir Stephen Fox Knight Sir Thomas Littleton Baronett John Smith and Thomas Pelham Esquires Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Treasury The Right Honourable Lord Edward Russell Lord James Russell Lord Robert Russell Sons of His Grace the Duke of Bedford Charles Lord Cheney of the Kingdome of Scotland George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable James Vernon Esquire one of His Majesties Principal Secretaries of State The Right Honourable Sir John Holt Knight Lord Chief Justice of His Majesties Court of Kings Bench The Right Honourable Sir George Treby Knight Lord Cheif Justice of His Majesties Court of Common Pleas The Right Honourable Sir Edward Ward Knight Lord Chief Baron of His Majesties Court of Exchequer The Right Honourable the Lords of the Admiralty for the time being The Commissioners of the Customes for the time being The Commissioners of His Majesties Excise for the time being The Commissioners of His Majesties Navy for the time being The Commissioners of the Transport Office for the time being The Honourable Sir Robert Howard Knight The Honourable Henry Pagett Craven Howard Edward Mountague Thomas Newport James Bertie Robert Shirley Phillipp Howard Esquires The Honourable Peregrine Bertie Vice-Chamberlaine of His Majesties Houshold and one of His Majesties Privy Council Sir Thomas Trevor Knight His Majesties Attorney General Sir John Hawles Knight His Majesties Sollicitor General The Honourable the Lord Mayor of the Citty of London for the time being Sir Henry Ashhurst Sir Thomas Pope Blount Sir John Cope Sir William Cowper Sir Walter Charges Sir Richard Fisher Sir Thomas Francklyn Sir Thomas Franckland Sir Charles Gerrard Sir Thomas Grosvenour Sir Thomas Halton Sir Hele Hooke Sir John Huband Sir Cave James Sir Henry Johnson Sir Roger Langley Sir William Leman Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir Richard Middleton Sir John Matthews Sir Thomas Middleton Sir Richard Newdigate Sir James Rushout Sir Goddard Nelthorpe Sir Richard Onslow Sir Charles Pye Sir William Roberts Sir Edward Seymour Sir John Smith Sir Thomas Skipwith Sir John Wolstenholme Sir William Williams Sir Robert Ducy Sir Michael Wharton Baronetts Sir Matthew Andrews Sir Edward Abney Sir William Ashhurst Knights Sir John Banks Sir Samuel Bernardiston Sir Philipp Boteler Baronetts Sir Thomas Byde Sir Robert Davers Sir John Bucknall Sir Cornwall Bradshaw Sir Owen Buckingham Sir Benjamin Bathurst Sir Francis Blake Sir Henry Bellasis Sir Samuel Blewitt Knights Sir Nicholas Crispe Barronett Sir Thomas Cooke Sir John Cope Sir Charles Cotterell Sir Lacon William Child Sir Miles Cooke Sir Francis Child Sir Thomas Cuddon Sir John Cooper Sir Robert Dacres Sir John Elwes Sir James Etheride Sir Orlando Gee Sir Thomas Rawlinson Sir Thomas Grantham Sir John Hoskins Sir Eliab Harvey Sir William Hedges Sir Richard Holford Sir Michael Heneage Sir Joseph Herne Sir Thomas Travall Sir Joseph Jekyll Sir Robert Legard Sir Charles Lee Sir Thomas Lane Knights Sir Robert Marsham Baronett Sir William Pritchard Sir Thomas Powis Sir John Parsons Sir William Rawlinson Sir George Hutchins Sir Thomas Rolt Sir Jeremiah Sambrooke Sir James Smith Sir Bartholomew Shore Sir Thomas Strode Sir William Trumball Sir Joseph Tyley Sir William Wogan Sir Edward Waldo Sir William Whitlock Sir John Wolfe Sir Edward Fruen Knights Sir Richard Piggott Francis Ashby Thomas Austen of Durham William. Austen Johnathan Andrews John Agar Humphrey Ayles Thomas Alston Phineas Andrews Thomas Allom Esquires Norton Avery Adam Andrews James Ashby Tanner Arnold Samuel Aldridge Thomas Arrey William Atley Edward Alsopp Richard Awberry Edward Ambrose Benjamin Andrews Johnathan Ambrose Edward Allanson Captaine Austin of Wappen Gentlemen William Blunck Robert Bridges William Bridges James Boddington Edmond Baker Charles Baker James Buck Richard Bowater William Baber Walter Brydall Robert Barker John Burrington Brook Bridges Richard Beake Ralph Bucknall Shem Bridges Reginald Bretland Samuel Buck Thomas Brotherton John Bond Samuel Browning Thomas Bendish senior Samuel Blackerby Thomas Bedford Richard Butler George Bohun Matthew Bateman William Bird of Hackney Arthur Bailey James Bateman Richard Browne of Islington Thomas Boteler Richard Bristow Edward Braton Scory Barker Robert Bateman Daniel [Barttle (fn. 67) ] William Boulter Richard Bornford Charles Braughton Richard, Beauvoir George Ballard Bartholomew Bludworth Esquires Robert Beale Edward Billingsby Bouchier of Istleworth Francis Barry Benjamin Browne Thomas Browne Francis Browne Edward Byde Daniel Baker Robert Breedon Worley Benyon Thomas Barrow Edward Buckley Richard Bourne Hopefor Bendal Abraham Bailey John Blundell Joseph Blissett Captaine Thomas Batson Benjamin Braine James Braine Leonard Browne John Brockett Samuel Birch William Bird of Islington John Blow William Bucknall Captaine Thomas Bowrey Joshua Bolt Anthony Bond Bryan Bentham Edmond Baker of Uxbridge Noell Bassano John Burton Gentlemen Charles Bonithon Serjeant att Law Doctor George Brampston Doctor of Laws Daniell Coggs Johnathan Chute Christopher Cletheroe James Carderow William Cooke John Cooke Robert Constable Gyles Clarke John Charlton Thomas Cash Col. John Cash Esquires Thomas Chambers William Coles Thomas Colvey John Cleve John Clarke Andrew Cooke Thomas Cartwright William Churchill Ralph Clayton William Clarke John Coggs Daniel Caston Christopher Cratford Nathaniel Canefield John Cozens John Crosse John Cane Thomas Crosse of Clerkenwell William Calvert George Carter Thomas Colby senior Thomas Crosse of Westminster John Cock Nicholas Cutler John Cannon Thomas Cooper George Cromwell of Sunbury Richard Cock of Hackney Harry Crosse Thomas Chew Gentlemen Doctor Hugh Chamblaine Captaine John Coltman Captaine William Cruft Captaine James Conway Doctor Salisbury Cade William Draper Thomas Done Robert Dormer James Dewy Thomas Dyos Paul Dockmenique Benjamin Dethick Esquires Henry Dotting William Dropp John Davenport Benjamin Draydon George Dixon Richard Dyott John Daling Daniel Dorville Richard Deeley Thomas Dodd Gentlemen Colonell Benjamin Dry Captaine. William Dynn Captaine Thomas Dunck Thomas Ellis George Edwards William Etherick Tobias Eden Jasper English Esquires Francis Edwards William Emerton John East Thomas Elton senior Thomas Elton junior John Elwick William East Thomas Eyres Gentlemen Doctor John Edisbury Captain Thomas Edlin William Fenn Martin Folks Simon Folks George Ford Esquires William Fairfax Matthew Ferne John Fuller Edward Fuller Thomas Fitch William Freeman Isaac Foxcroft Simon Fuller William Farnborough Samuel Freebody Thomas Fellows Thomas Freeman Felix Feast Mordecai Fromantell Edmond Farrington Thomas Fyge John Fontleroy of Isleworth Gentlemen Colonell John Farwell Joshua Galliard Edwyn Griffin Cheek Gerrard Nicholas Grice Henry Guy Ralph Grange Carew Guidot Edward Goldsborough William Gulston Anthony Guidott Esquires Nicholas Goodwyn Thomas Gregg Peter Gelthropp Richard Guin Robert Gower Edward Godfrey Samuel Groome Thomas Gill Thomas Glover Benjaming Greene Nathaniel Gold Edward Gold of Highgate Crispe Grange William Greene Thomas Gery William Gulson of Saint Johns Street Thomas Gunston Francis Hayes Captaine John Gorum Thomas Hopkins Edward Herris Ralph Hawtrey Henry Hawley Gideon Harvey George Hadley Charles Hawtrey John Howkins of Kicks-end Leonard Hammond Edward Harley Thomas [Heshaw (fn. 68) ] Thomas Halsey Peter Hill Thomas Harwood Robert Harley John Herbert Bazill Herne John Hungerford Humphrey Hithrington Rowland Holt Nathaniel Hudson Simon Harcourt Councellor att Law Simon Harcourt Clerk of the Peace for Middlesex Isaac Honywood Henry Harris Leonard Hancock Thomas Hall senior Edmond Harrison Matthew Hallworthy Thomas Hall junior John Hooks Captaine John Haslewood Barton Holyday John Hastings James Hooper Edward Haynes Esquires Thomas Heames William Hicks Charles Hoxton William Hicks John Hibbert John Hind Morgan Hind Samuel Harwar Robert Hardisty Samuel Hooper Charles Hooper James How Captain William Health Doctor Thomas Hobbs Henry Hall John Harrison Edward Harris Ralph Harwood Peter Hagar Charles Hopton Peter Hudson Robert Heddin Abraham Honnor William Hayton Gentlemen Thomas Jackson John Jennings German Ireton Matthew Johnson Clerk of the Parliaments Paul Jodrell clerk of the Honourable House of Commons William Jolliffe William Johnson Jeffry Jeffries John Jeffries Colonell Joseph Jorpe Major Edward Jenkins John Hoskins Esquires Edward Jennings Henry Jones William James Samuel Jones Thomas Jaggard George Jarvis of Islington Roger Jones Gents. Samuel Keck John King Esquires Francis Keck Gregory King Maurice Kay Richard Knightly Robert Kingston John Kent James King Captaine Jeremiah King Gentlemen Christopher Lister John Lacy Warwick Lake Timothy Lenoy Narcissus Lutterell John Little Edward Legh Dennis Lyddell Henry Ludlow Esquires Edmond Lee Richard Lugg Henry Lamb Peter Le Neve John Lloyd Peter Lumbard Peter Leceux William Lightfoot Edmond Lidgold Edward Low of Brentford Nehemiah Lyde Peter Levine Gentlemen James Munday Francis Merrick Thomas Methold Thomas Mulso Nathaniel Manlove Ralph Marshall Nathaniel Mountney Simon Mayne John Marshall John Milner Richard Milner Roger Meredith Strensham Masters John Metcalfe William Monson John Martyn Christopher Musgrave Esquires Nicholas Mosse Robert Moore of Hornsey John Milburne Thomas Maurice Robert Moore John Marsh of Mapes Intchin Martin William Middleton Alexander Merrill Jonas Marlowe Ralph Marsh of Brands Thomas Merriott Gentlemen Daniel Nicoll Thomas Nappier Edward Noell Edward Norwood John Nelthorpe Henry Nelthorpe William Northey Thomas Neale George Nicoll Esquires John Nicoll of Knightsland Thomas Nicoll of Hendon Anthony Nurse Johnathan Nethway George Newland Samuel Nash Robert Norwood Captain Daniel Neale Culverwell Needler Gentlemen Foot Onslow Thomas Owen Joseph Offley Thomas Offley Charles Osborne Esquires Richard Oakley Captaine Nathaniel Owen John Olberry Gentlemen Richard Page Edward Progers William Phillipps Andrew Phillipps Thomas Papillon Phillipp Papillon Henry Portman Arthur Moore Richard Price John Plummer Craven Peyton Robert Pugh Richard Petty Grimbald Paunceforth John Perry Robert Payne Alexander Pitfeild William Pettit Samuel Powell Serjeant att Arms Henry Beal of Tottenham Charles Prior Esquires John Powell Richard Perkins Edward Parker Doctor Leonard Plucknet Capt. James Partridge Capt. Thomas Pitts Capt. John Partridge Thomas Plaisted Edmond Phillipps Michael Peirce John Pettit Thomas Parker Samuel Phillipps Robert Peters Tracy Pansforth Thomas Phipps Thomas Powell junior Richard Pemble Thomas Pistor Hezekiah Pritchard Gentlemen William Pere-Williams Esquire Samuel Rawstorne Richard Reynell Samuel Reynardson Luke Robinson Phillipp Ryley John Rawlinson Richard Ryder Martin Ryder David Rowlands John Raymond Thomas Raylton Francis Rainsford Christopher Rich Esquires Thomas Rathbone Morgan Ryan Giles Riddle Richard Robinson John Reynolds Thomas Rammage Richard Richmond George Rogers Cap[tian] Henry Risbye John Rampaine Samuel Rush Joseph Reynardson Samuel Read Allen Read Samuel Ratcliffe George Ricketts Richard Rice Nicholas Rufford Thomas Robinson Edward Richier Joseph Rolse Gentlemen Johnshall Crosse Hugh Smithson. John Smith Richard Shoreditch John Stannian John Slater Francis Stonehouse William Stringer Robert Sheffield Daniel Sheldon John Southbye Joseph Sherwood John Smith of Beaufort-Buildings John Stone Thomas Smith Joseph Short William Strode John Smith of Hackney Dormer Shepard Hugh Squire James Southerby James Southerne Samuel Somerford Charles Smith of Istleworth Esquires Joseph Stent John Street of West-End William Sherrington Anthony Sheircliffe Simon Smith Nicholas Skinner John Smith Clerk of the Peace for Westminster Benjamin Steele Thomas Sutton Francis Stanton Joseph Stevens Joseph Sheppard John Skinner Edmond Say John Sykes Captaine John Smith of Clerkenwell Richard Stevens John Sprye Henry Sherbrooke Gentlemen Doctor Frederick Slayer William Thirsby William Tempest Thomas Tisard Samuel Trotman John Temple Robert Thomson Francis Tysson William Thomson Michael Terrey Henry Turner Robert Thornhill John Tirard Esquires John Turner John Todd of Pinner Richard Taylor George Tredway Henry Turner Francis Thacker Cap[tian] Timothy Thornbury Thomas Trench Abraham Tilliard Roger Thomson John Thomson Edward Townsend of Highgate Joseph Thomson Joseph Tod Gentlemen William Underwood John Venables Thomas Vernon John Vandebend Esquires Constantine Venattye Captaine John Venner Gentlemen Edward Waldo Thomas Wearge Charles Warwick Godfrey Woodward John Walker of Hadley Richard Woodward Thomas Wymondesold James Willimott Thomas Wynford John Woodroffe William Whittaker Roger Wood Edmond Waller William Withers Nathaniel Wall William Waterson John Webber Nicholas Wolstenholme John Watts Henry Whitchcott John Worley Richard Waller William Winford Esquires Jaques Wiseman Michael Wrightson Thomas White John Warner Richard Wilby Richard Ware John Waxham John Ward of Wappin Benjamin Wilks William Walker John Ward of London John Wells Adam Wareing Thomas Webb of Kensington Edward Wood Captaine Robert Warner Captaine Francis Willis Gentlemen Robert Yard Esquire Richard Young Gents. Henry Ashurst Esquire Captaine Francis Parr Harcourt Masters Esquire Edward Trottman Esquire Moses Goodyeare Thomas Colby junior Richard Wynn Esquires Samuel Kekewith of Hackney Gent. Captaine Robert Fisher Captaine John Bromwell Anthony Bowyer Esquires William Duncombe Benjamin Hilton James Allen Esquires John Francis Thomas Lessingham Henry Summers Joshua Shepard John Davis Thomas Allen Phillipp Mussard James Misson Francis Chapman Gent. John Norton ( (fn. 69) ) John Wilson( (fn. 70) ) Maximilian Stephen [Esquires (fn. 71) ] John Bradford John Deane of Stepney Gent. Thomas Gratwick Gents. Frederick Herne William Freeman Henry Hunt Moundeford Brampston Edward Hyde Richard Snow Henry Hazard James Blagrove Esquires Hercules Horsey Anthony Sturt Esquires William Steere Edmond Singer junior Thomas Stone of Shepperton Charles Smith of Istleworth Gent. Edward Hucks William Smith Gentlemen Robert Jolliffe Brook Bridges of Hatton-Garden William Richardson Esquires Lewis Lloyd Thomas Bromfeild Gentlemen Bostwick Johnson Esquire Captaine William Ricards of Saint Katherines Charles Bateman of Ealing William Disher Edward Herle William Knight of Wapping Patrick Adams Gentlemen William Colepeper Thomas Colepeper Esquires Richard Goodall Esquire Thomas Webb of Middle Temple Esquire Maynard Colchester Esquire Whitlock Bulstrode Esquire Doctor John Blow Doctor Nicholas Staggins Giles Bullock and Nathaniel Gale Gentlemen Colonell Henry Cope Samuel Twinn Gent. Robert Stone Gents. Phillipp Ryley Charles Mason Robert Peirce Esquires Henry Cave Gents. Phillipp Harman Esquire William Duncombe John Kirton Gents. Richard Sutton Stephen Lawrence Thomas Streeter Gentlemen William Pym Esquire Benjamin Boltby Bryan Turberfeild Gentlemen John Billers of Hackney Michael Baker Gentlemen Giles Hooper Stephen Morrice Robert Streeter Benjamin Thody Gentlemen John Page of Istleworth John Page of Harrow Randall Page Gentlemen.

For the County of Monmouth.

George Lewis Esquire Charles Lord Marquesse of Worcester Son and Heire Apparent of the Duke of Beaufort Sir Charles Kemys Sir John Williams Baronetts Sir Rowland Gwynn Knight Sir Humphrey Mackworth Knight Thomas Morgan Henry Probert John Arnold John How James Morgan of Hereford Citty Charles Van Thomas Morgan de Lanrumney Lewis Morgan of Machen John Morgan Merchant George-Kemys de Lawiare Charles Price Edmond Morgan Henry Morgan de. Bedwelty Roger Oates Thomas Jones de Uske John Lewis Charles Hughs John Floyer James Morgan Charles Morgan de Tredeger Edward Perkins George Vaughan de Caldecott Richard Vaughan Nicholas Arnold John Morgan of Machen Capell Hanbury Christopher Price Henry Thomkins John Handbury Roderick Gwynne John Jeoffreys William Gore David Morgan John Scudamore de Kentchurch Edward Kemys Richard Lister Roger Williams Richard Roberts Walter Baker John Guillim Henry Rumsey John Prichard of Camston John Stratford Esquire The Mayor of the Towne of Monmouth and the Mayor of the Towne of Newport for the time being William Blethin of Dinham Morgan Chambers Charles Williams de Newport Nehemiah Williams Matthias Bird Walter Aldy Robert Jones John Morgan de Brellandeage William Blethin de Lanmellin John Cragg Theophilus Reighnalds William Powell de Poole-Hall Morgan Thomas Trevor Merrick William Morgan William Price Francis Prichard Sheldon Powell Ezra Waters Hugh Harries John Harries William Says Charles Jones de Magur Henry Occhold William George William Pritchard de Langattuck James Springett Pocker Bohun Thomas Pritchard John Scudamore de Treduchan John Fortune Roger Kemys John Lewis Henry Gabb de Goytrey Charles Hutchin Clerk Recorder of Monmouth John Evans Richard Scott William Macklin Phillipp Meakins Richard Hipkins David Lewis Henry Probert junior Charles Probert John Harries William Powell de Landilo Phillip Morgan John Morgan of Persfeild Walter Rogers junior John Price John Jones de Lantrishen William Pritchard de Lanvetherin George Kemys of Lanvayor John Morgan of Newport Roger Williams of Waina Barra Phillipp Herbert of the Fryars Esquire Francis Lewis of Magor.

For the City and County of the City of Norwich.

Lawrence Goodwyn Esquire Mayor Robert Davy Esquire Recorder Arthur Brainthwayte Esquire Steward Sir Henry Hobart Baronett Francis Gardner Esquire Thomas Blofeild Esquire The Sheriffs for the time being Thomas Wisse Esquire Robert Freeman Esquire John Low Esquire Nicholas Helwis Esquire William Salter Esquire Phillipp Stebbing Esquire Thomas Cooke Esquire ( (fn. 72) ) John Ward Esquire Augustine Briggs Esquire Nicholas Bickerdike Esquire William Guybon Samuel Warkhouse Thomas Turner John Freeman Edward Clarke Thomas Atkinson John Drake John Hall Aldermen Doctor Fairfax Dean of Norwich Doctor Prideaux Doctor Pepper Thomas Townsend Esquire Thomas Bacon Esquire John Mingay Esquire John Barnham John Dersley John Mackerell Roger Salter Edmond Themylthorpe Richard Carter Peter Thacker William Payne Gentlemen.

For the Borough of Great Yarmouth.

The Bayliffs for the time being George England Esquire Recorder Samuel Fuller Esquire Benjamin England Peter Caulier John Robins Nathaniel Symonds Thomas Godfrey Thomas Bradford John Gayford Gabriel Ward John Andrews Anthony Ellis senior Thomas Bernard Thomas Lovell Benjamin Engel Joseph Cottman John Carlow Anthony Ellys junior George Spilman junior Richard Ferryer Thomas Artis John Spurgeon James Artis William Spooner William Browne Aldermen John Burton senior Thomas Ellys Gentlemen.

For the Borough of Kings-Lynn.

John Kidd Mayor Daniel Beddingfeild Esquire Recorder Sir John Turner Knight Benjamin Holley Giles Bridgeman Benjamin [Keene (fn. 73) ] Edmond Hooke Robert Sparrow Ciprian Anderson Henry Framingham Henry Bell William Holley Charles Turner Aldermen Charles Peast Gent.

For the Borough of Thetford.

The Mayor for the time being Sir John Holland Baronett Sir Joseph Williamson Knight Sir John Woodhouse Baronett James Sloane Esquire John Thurstorne Esquire John Woodhouse Esquire Wormeley Hettersett Robert Cawdle Henry Cawdle Johnathan Browning Joseph Sharpe Gentlemen Taylor Esquire. William Campion Equire.

For the rest of the whole County of Norffolk.

Henry Lord Colraine of the Kingedome of Ireland Sir Robert Bacon Sir Henry Hobart Sir John Woodhouse Sir Richard Berney Sir John Mordant Sir Robert Drury Sir John Holland Sir Augustine Palgrave Sir John Pettus Sir Robert Kemp Sir Roger Potts Sir Francis Windham Sir Jacob Astley Sir Edward Ward Sir Nicholas Garrard Sir William Cooke Sir Edmond Bacon Sir John Castleton Sir Francis Bickley Sir Ralph Hare Baronetts Sir Nevill Catelyn Sir Francis Guybon Sir William Rant Sir John Turner Sir Cyrill Wych Sir Edward Chisenhall Sir. Robert Clayton Sir Thomas Rawlinson Sir Robert Marsham Sir Isaac Preston Sir Charles Turner Sir James Etheredge Knights Robert Walpoole Edward Coke John Harboro Edmond Woodhouse John Woodhouse Francis Windham Ash Windham Horace Pettus Phillipp Astley John Holland Robert Kempe James Host John Herne Charles Le Gros Denzel Onslow Clement Herne Robert Suckling Erasmus Earle John Harvey Robert Coney Samuel Fuller John Norris Daniel Bedingfield Christopher Bedingfeild George England Ralph Hare Robert Davy John Mingay Arthur Branthwayte Joachim Matthews Robert Britiff Charles Shaw John Wogan junior Andrew Fountaine Maurice Kendall Robert Gough Leonard Mapes John Repps John Houghton Anthony Freestone Oliver [Veeve (fn. 74) ] Thornhaugh Gourndon Christopher Crow John Thurston Roger Castle Bassingbourne Gaudy William Bayly Phillipp Skippon Edward Lee John Birkin Augustine Briggs Edmond Behun Glover Denny William Branthwayte, Gyles Bladwell Esquires Doctor Pepper James Host junior Gabriel Armiger Thomas Blowfield Riches Browne senior Henry Negus John Warkhouse Robert Wilson Edward Wilson Edmond Britiff Hatton Berners Robert Day John [Ayd (fn. 75) ] William Oldfeild John Jermy Thomas Townsend Mundiford Spelman Henry Spelman Thomas Browne John Page James Ward Francis Long Nathaniel Symonds Martin Calthorp Edmond Soams John Jay Edmond Lamb Thomas Wright Robert Wardall Piercy Freeck Francis Gardiner Brig Fountaine Benjamin England Thomas Berney Smith Fleetwood John Lovell John Herne of Whithingham Gascoigne Weld Israel Long George Vernon Thomas Saunders Thomas [Bant (fn. 76) ] Martin Folkes Richard Ferrier William Sidley Sigismond Trafford Frederick Tilney Clement Repps John Marriott Horatio Walpole Gregory Davis Thomas Marsham Robert Walpoole junior John Pell Charles Turner senior John Hobart of Banham Thomas Barrett Esquires Robert Jermy Johnathan Symonds John Fowle Robert Herne Edward Lestrange Clement Gouch Francis Negus Richard Carter John Brewster Robert Doughty Thomas Talbott Robert Styleman Francis Dursgate Robert Jennings John Castle Edward Bulwer Thomas Baspole Phillipp Vincent Edmond Anquist Humphrey Rant John Blenerhassett Waller Bacon William Cony Nicholas Helweys Cleere Gerveys John Ward James Tenant Robert Tisk Francis Neve Thomas Newman Charles Barnwell William Stringer John Wogan senior William Stafford Leonard Mapes junior Riches Browne junior Charles Britiff Edward Swift Richard Dashwood Timothy Cason William Pierson Robert Snell Thomas Browne Robert Horner William Hunt Henry Kedington [John Peck (fn. 77) ] Thomas Scotton Thomas Scott Peter Wilson Edward [Lamb (fn. 78) ] Thomas Cropley Roger Crow Edmond Themylthorpe William Bulwer of Gestwick John Buxton Roger Jennings James Betts Robert Doughty John Malham Robert Suckling junior Henry Bell Bewpree Bell Edward Barns William Holley Edmond Rolph Phillipp Woodhouse William Ruding Lawrence Neeve Henry Towers Francis Jermy William Payne Robert Bransby of Chetsham John Wood Henry Hare William Langley Richard Taylor Partridge of Buckenham Esquires Richard Hammond John Turner Edward Eyre John Lovell jun? John Borrett John Bendish Gentlemen Thomas Herne Esquire John Buston Gent.

For the Towne of Northton.

The Mayor of Northampton for the time being Sir Justinian Isham Baronett Christopher Mountague Esq[uire] Sir John Holman Baronett Thomas Andrew Esq[uire] William Thursby Esquire Robert Haselrigg Esquire Gerrard Gore Esquire Robert Bretton Esquire Richard Willoughby Esquire Francis Arundell Esquire Richard Rainsford Esquire Francis Morgan Esquire Harvey Ekin Esquire Edward Stratford Esquire John Knight Gents. John Collins John Clarke jun? Samuel Clifford John Selby Robert Ives William Ellce Johnathan Warner Thomas Chadwick John Clarke senior Robert Stiles Theophilus Whiston William Wallis Daniel Herbert Thomas Withorn James Green.

For the rest of the County of Northton.

The Right Honourable James Lord Russell Son to the Duke of Bedford The Right Hono?le Lord Burleigh Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Exeter The Right Honourable Lord Spencer Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Sunderland The Right Honourable Lionell Lord Huntingtower of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable William Lord Fitzwilliams of the Kingdome of Ireland The Lord Chief Baron Ward Mr. Justice Blencowe Sir John Wolstenholme Baronett The Honourable William Mountague Esquire The Honourable Charles Bertie Esquire The Honourable Harry Mordant Esquire The Honourable Sidney Wortley al[ia]s Mountague Esquire The Honourable Charles Egerton Esq[uire] The Honourable Thomas Wentworth al[ia]s Watson Esquire Sir St. Andrew St. John Baronett Sir Justinian Isham Baronett Sir William Brownlow Baronett Sir James Langham Knight and Baronett Sir Erasmus Norwich Baronett Sir Roger Cave Sir Edward Nicholls Baronett Sir Rice Rud Baronett Sir James Robinson Baronett Sir John Pickering Baronett Sir John Holman Baronett Sir Matthew Dudley Baronett Sir William Craven Knight Sir Salathiell Lovell Knight Serjeant att Law and Recorder of London Sir John Briscoe Knight Thomas Cartwright Esq[uire] Christopher Mountague Esquire Thomas Andrew Esquire Gilbert Dolben Esquire William Thursbye Esquire Sir Benjamin Bathurst Knight John Parkhurst Francis St: John Arthur Brookes Charles Kirkham Francis Arundell Francis Crane Henry Benson Horatio More Lucy Knightley Richard Butler senior William Lee Captaine William Adams ( (fn. 79) ) of Charwelton John Winston Thomas Ekins Thomas Maidwell Esquires Joseph Haynes Ambrose Holbeth Edmond Brownwich Thomas Bretton Edward Ladkins Jacob Dancer John Hodges Henry Bacon Richard Shuckburgh Edmond Bateman Gentlemen John Bridges John Weaver William Fleetwood Thomas Mulso Thomas Catesby William Willmore William Botteler Francis Harby Thomas Trist Wi?am Elmes Hatton Compton Richard Rainsford Henry Rushton Gerrard Gore Robert Haslerig John Botry Gilbert Pickering Robert Bretton Anthony Palmer Esquires Noah Neale William Clarke John Dickenson John Andrew Charles Parker Thomas Deacon Edward Saunders Elmes Steward Matthew Orlebeare John Clendon Thomas Colethurst John Creed Robert Mansell John [Allcock (fn. 80) ] Thomas Hanbury Robert Skinner William Lisle Charles How John Pocklington William Stafford Robert Dormer Edward Bagshaw Charles Fox John Woodhull John Lynn Francis Morgan George Kendrick Edward Stratford Tobias Chauncy Harvey Ekins Henry Farmer Henry Edmonds Francis Wodhull Samuel Tryon William Hastings senior William Hastings junior William Ward Samuel Wake al[ia]s Jones John Langham Robert Andrew Ralph Lawton William Cuthbert William Langton Esquires Thomas [Rowell (fn. 81) ] Gents. Thomas Thornton High Sheriff for the County of Northampton Samuel Freeman Doctor in Divinity Daniel Danvers Doctor of Physick The Mayor of Northampton for the time being The Mayor of Higham Ferrers for the time being The Mayor of Brackley for the time being William Samuel Roger Pemberton Charles Whingate John Ash Samuel Whitby Robert Frewin Joseph Aris Richard Kinsman Thomas Pemberton Thomas Jennings William Lucas John Stephens Richard Fisher Gentlemen Bartholomew Tate Thomas Lister William Holbech Henry Longville Moses Bathurst Thomas Langam Richard Newman of Upton Ives of Greens Norton Esquires Samuel Collins George Benson Edward Adams Thomas Gorsteloe Richard Dickenson Thomas Prior Gentlemen.

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Newcastle upon Tyne.

The Mayor Recorder Aldermen and Sheriff for the time being.

For the Towne of Berwick upon Tweed

The Mayor Recorder Justices Aldermen Bayliffes and Town-Clerk for the time being Richard Leveson William Carr Rupert Billingsley Esquires Anthony Compton senior John Sleigh William Scott John Forster Robert Watson John Pigg Joseph Ord Anthony Compton junior Arthur Edmeston John Stanton Cuthbert Brady Joseph Forster James Douglass Gents. The Honourable Ralph Grey Esq[uire] Samuel Ogle Esq[uire] Sir Francis Blake Knight.

For the County of Northumbland.

The Honourable William Howard Esquire The Honourable Charles Mountague. Esq[uire] The Honourable Ralph Grey Esquire Sir John Delavall Sir Charles Heron Sir John Middleton Sir Thomas Lorraine Sir Robert Eden Sir Edward Blackett Sir William Blackett Sir Francis Liddell Sir Henry Liddell Baronetts Sir Ralph Jennison. Sir Robert Shaftoe Sir Francis Blake Sir Henry Bellasis Sir Orlando Gee Knights William Forster Phillip Bickerstaffe Roger Fenwick Samuel: Ogle George Nicholas Thomas Forster of Cornhill John Shaftoe Robert Mitford Thomas Forster Thomas Collingwood Thomas Beach John Blakiston Robert Bewick John Carnaby William Strother of Fowberry William Ogle [Ralph Ogle (fn. 82) ] William Carr Michael Weldon Henry Holmes Robert Mitford of Mitford Suirtus Swinborne William Tayler Joseph Carr William Reveley Edward Delavall Thomas Blenkinshipp Robert Heburne Thomas Owen Caleb Owen Richard Hindmarsh John Bacon John Blackett John Addison Edward Redham Thomas Algood Robert Lawson William Lorraine Robert Shaftoe John Rogers Ralph Williamson William Cole Henry Forster Robert Hasleridge Hasleridge of Swanland Roger Wilson Ralph Milbanke John Coatesworth Esquires Robert Lisle John Procter Richard Forster John Coulson William Ramsey of Brickburne William Strother of Gringdon-Rigg Henry Collingwood Francis Forster Esquires John Grey John Armstrong John Rowland Gentlemen The Bayliffs of Morpeth for the time being Rupert Billingsley Esq[uire], Robert Algood Esq[uire], Vaughan Phillips Esquire, Robert Fenwick Ralph Grey of Backworth George Lawson John Fenwick Ralph Brandling Robert Armorer George Fletcher of Rothbury Gilbert Park George Wilson Ralph Anderson William Peirson Thomas Grey John Story William Lock of Alnewick Thomas Burrell Robert Fenwick of Morpeth Lancellott Algood Peter Potts John Armstrong William Peirson William Charlton of Leetall Roger Wilson of Wallick Gabriel Hall of Catchlurch William Carr of Ashitt Matthew Charlton of Bowtehill William Bull of Bolton Robert Forster of Elford George Forster of Newton Robert Coatesworth John Rowland Robert Watson Thomas Reveley John Forster of Styford Ferdinando Forster of Styford Thomas Trumble. John Hall of Otterburne Thomas Airey Thomas Toll Thomas Mills Thomas Grey William Reed John Story William Burrell John Read of Troughead John Cooke of Aydon Michaell Greenwell of Carbridge Nathaniel Boutflower Thomas Teasdale of Stellhall Ralph Potter of Hawkwell Gawen Annesley William Annesley Gabriel Hall.

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Nottingham.

The Mayor Deputy Recorder and Aldermen and Towne-Clerke for the time being James Farewell Richard Mansfeild George Gregory Samuel Hallowes Thomas Charleton Robert Porter Esquires George Langford Charles Harvey John Hawkins Thomas Collins John Crisp Joseph Turper Robert Malin John Sherwin Abraham Medcalfe John Rikards William Drury William Jackson Gentlemen Doctor John Bee.

For the County of Nottingham.

The Honourable Anchitel Grey Esquire Sir Francis Molyneux Sir Hardolph Wastneys Sir Thomas Willoughby Sir Godfrey Copley Sir Thomas Parkyns Baronetts Sir Scroop How Sir William Stanhope Sir Thomas Travell Sir Matthew Jennison Knights William Pierrepoint Robert Sacheverell Richard Mansfeild John Emerton William Williams Philip. Sherrard Joseph Jory Richard Slater James Farwell Patricius Chaworth Thomas Charleton Thomas Manley Esquires Beaumont Parkyns George Gregory Robert Porter Henry Sherbrooke Robert Hacker Gilbert Millington Christopher. Rolleston William Burnell Charles Stanhope Cicil Cooper John Digby Darcy Molyneux William Cartwright George Cartwright Thomas Newdigate Germain Ireton Esquires John Thornhagh Isaac Knight Gervas Eyre Thomas Hewett Francis Stringer Richard Taylor Edward Mellish Charles Mellish John Clerkson Timothy Ellys William Simpson Thomas Thoroton Esquires Samuel Cromwell Doctor of Physick Thomas Mansfield John Kerchville Jeffery Brock John Storey William Woolhouse John Scrimshire John Walker Richard Janes Henry Burbidge Thomas Sharp John Brough Richard Neale John Chappell Peter Broughton John Sherwin John Wood William Drury Richard Burbidge Edward Southworth Gentlemen William Gilby George Nevile Edward Nevile Esquires Thomas Sherbrooke John Grundy George Wharton Jeremy [Halshide (fn. 83) ] John Neale George Dunston Francis Hawksmore Christopher Johnson Gentlemen The Bayliffs of East Retford for the time being and the Six senior Aldermen Lane James Lane John Barker Francis Thornell Joseph Edlington Thomas Hall Gentlemen The Mayor of Newarke for the time being and the Six senior Aldermen Doctor Yarbrough John Hacker Samuel Ellys William Snell William Clay Gentlemen.

For the University of Oxon.

Doctor John. Meare Principal of Brasen nose Colledge and Vice-Chancellor The Honorable Heneage Finch Esquire Sir William Trumball Knight The Honourable Leopold William Finch Warden of All Souls Colledge Doctor John Wallys Savilian Professor Doctor Henry Aldrich Deane of Christ-church Doctor Timothy Halton Provost of Queens Colledge Doctor Thomas Turner President of Corpus Christi Colledge Doctor Fitzherbert Adams Rector of Lincolne Colledge Doctor Johnathan Edwards Principal of Jesus Colledge Doctor [George (fn. 84) ] Royse Provost of Oriel Colledge Doctor Thomas Dunster Warden of Wadham Colledge Doctor Arthur Charlett Master of University Colledge Doctor Henry Beeston Warden of New Colledge The Proctors for the time being Mr. Giles Thistlethwait Francis Haywood Benjamin Cooper Nathaniel Wheatley George West Jacob Robert Richard Walker.

For the City of Oxford.

Thomas Hunsden [Esq[uire] (fn. 85) ] Mayor The Right Honourable Mountague Lord Norreys Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Abingdon The Honorable Henry Bertie Esquire Sir Edward Norreys Knight Thomas Rowney Esq[uire] Sir John Cope Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir John Doyley Sir Robert Dashwood Sir Henry Ashurst Baronetts Sir Edmond Warcupp Sir Sebastian Smith Sir Robert Harrison Knights John Townsend Thomas Eustace Richard Hawkins Henry White Aldermen William Wright Esquire Recorder Richard Carter Richard Wood John Taylor Timothy Bourne James Pinnell John Knibb Assistants William Bodily Richard Hedges Gentlemen Bayliffs Charles Harris Anthony Eyans Samuel Thurston Thomas Dymock.

For the rest of the County of Oxford.

The Right Honorable Edward Lord Viscount Cornbury Son and Heire Apparent of Henry Earle of Clarendon The Right Honorable Mountague Lord Norreys Son and Heire Apparent to James Earle of Abingdon The Right Honorable Sir William Trumball The Honorable Henry Bertie The Honorable Heneage Finch The Honorable James Bertie Esquires Sir John Cope Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir John Doyley Sir Fairmeadow Pennyston Sir Thomas Littleton Sir Henry Ashurst Sir John Walter Sir William Glynn Sir Edmond Fettiplace Sir Robert Dashwood Sir Lacy Osbaldiston Sir John Holman Sir William Rich Sir Thomas Cobb Sir Thomas Wheat Sir Thomas Tipping Baronetts Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Sir Edward Norreys Sir Timothy Tyrrell Sir Henry Johnson Sir Edmond Warcupp Sir William Whitlock Sir Sebastian Smith Sir Robert Sheppard Sir Francis Blake Knights Chomley Doyley William Cobb Anthony Hungerford Richard Libb John Stone Charleton Stone George Alnutt Henry Alnutt Francis Clarke John Dormer Edmond Dunch George Chamberlayne William Gannock Thomas Hord William Bayley John Crooke Harry Cole Robert Barbarr Robert Perrott James Perrott Symon Harcourt William Pudsey Henry Hall John Wallis James Herbert Robert Jennings Will[ia]m Jennings Will[ia]m Tipping of Ew Elme James Jennings Alexander Denton Robert Mayott John Nourse Humphrey Wickham Symon Whorewood a Deane John Danvers Ralph Holt Thomas Rowney Samuel Trotman Thomas Crispe Francis Norris Thomas Cartwright Thomas Carter Thomas Napper Phillipp Newman Sebastian Lyford Esquires Henry Alworth Henry Beeston Doctors of Law William Oakley John Gun Thomas Pudsey William Whitlock Roger Price Edmond Bray Walter Knight Esquires Thomas Wodhall Richard Bridoake William Aldworth Auditor John Pollard John West Justinian Sheppard Lenthall Trotman John Bray William Walker Sunnibank Vesey William Sacheverell Henry Peacock Thomas Jordan George Tipping Bartholomew Harris William Parsons Edmond Woodard Gregory of Horley Richard Taylor of Willscott Francis Knaipe Robert Parsons Martin May Thomas Smith of Kidlington Hinde of Hampton Gay John Higford Gilbert Jackson Thomas Stephens Adam Springall Thomas Brightman Francis Greenway Richard Eyans Anthony Eyans George Cave Thomas Rolls Richard Thomas Sutton Coghill John Wheeler John Crispe John Croker Lawrence Lord senior Lawrence Lord junior John Dodwell John Wise of Draiton John Smith Gyles Diston Richard Blackhall George Gooding of Latchford John Cary Charles Harris Thomas Whorwood of Tackley Richard Crooke Robert Standard John Coker Jonathan Sawyer Bezaliel Knight John Winlow Edward Whistler Clement Kent Ralph Whistler Ralph Whistler junior William Blackhall Charles Holt John Collier Thomas Abell John Gun junior Thomas Greenwood of Chastleton John Clarke of Aston Esquire Henry Beck Joseph Rawlinson William Busby Henry Ashhurst Esquire John Holloway Unton Bullen Robert Vesey Gabriel Seymour John Southby Gentlemen John Pleydall Gent Richard Smith Esq[uire] Connet Doctor in Law Phillipp Wenman Esquire William Wright Lorenzo Fettiplace John Dormer of Ascott John Hawkins Stephen Glynn William Coventry Esquires The Mayor Aldermen and Towne Clerke of the Towne of Woodstock for the time being The Mayor Aldermen Capital Burgesses Recorder & Towne Clerke of the Towne of Banbury for the time being The Warden of Henley for the time being The Bayliffs of Burford Chipping Norton and Witney for the time being.

For the County of Rutland.

The Right Honorable John Lord Burleigh Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Exeter The Right Honourable Bennett Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honorable John Verney Esq[uire] The Honourable Bennett Sherrard Esquire The Honourable John Noell Esquire Sir Thomas Mackworth Sir Thomas Barker Baronetts William Palmes Esquire Bennett Sherard Esq[uire] William Stafford Esquire Eusebius Boswell John Browne Robert Mackworth Edward Browne Richard Halford Clement Breton Anthony Palmer Samuel Browne John Wingfeild Armine Bullingham John Weever Edward Horseman Charles Tryon Charles Tyrrell Wellesborne Sill Samuel Tryon Richard Snow Christopher Cletheroe Thomas Hayes William Julian Richard Peach William Johnson Esquires Andrew Burton Richard Matthew William Rice William Roberts Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Ludlow.

The Two Bayliffs for the time being The Honorable Thomas Newport Esq[uire] Sir Littleton Powys Knight one of the Barons of His Majesties Court of Exchequer Charles Baldwyn Esq[uire] Sir Francis Charleton Baronett Sir Charles Lloyd Knight Thomas Cornwallis Esquire Francis Lloyd Esquire Recorder Doctor Bayly Francis Herbert William Gower Edward Littleton Esquires Benjamin Carver Gentleman Edward Robinson sen[er] John Sharrett Phillipp Cole Edward Robinson jun? Aldermen Richard Cole John Baldwyn Richard Davys senior Thomas Sabery Valentine Dawes Capt. Thomas Jones John Steed John Beeston John Jones [William Price (fn. 86) ] Thomas Wyld of Glazeley.

For the rest of the County of Salop.

The Honourable Paul Foley. Esq[uire], Speaker of the House of Co[m]mons The Right Honourable Richard Lord Newport Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Bradford The Honourable Thomas Newport Esquire The Honourable Andrew Newport Esquire Sir Littleton Powys Knight one of the Barons of His Majesties Court of Exchequer Sir Charles Littleton Sir John Leveson Gower Sir Robert Corbett Sir William Whitmore Sir Humphrey Briggs Sir Uvedale Corbett Sir Edward Acton Sir Richard Middleton Sir Francis Charleton Sir Thomas Woolrich Sir Francis Edwards Sir William Williams Sir Edward Leighton Baronetts Sir Thomas Travell Sir Lacon Child Sir Robert Owen Sir Henry Gough Sir William Forrester Sir Thomas Powys Knights Jervas Pierpoint William Fowler Francis Charleton John Charleton of Appley Arthur Mannering Edward Kynaston of Oatley John Kynaston of Hordley Francis Prince Francis Herbert Roger Owen Edward Owen of Condover George Weld senior George Weld junior Richard Corbett Thomas Spratt Robert Corbett Thomas Rock Charles Coates Richard Moore Walter Waring Charles Baldwyn Robert Cressett Roger Pope junior Roger Pope senior Richard Cressett John Lacon John Coniers Richard Crowder John Waith William Bromley Henry Newton John Bridgeman John Soley Joseph Soley Thomas Cornwall Bartholomew Luttley Thomas Hanmer Henry Davenport Eldred Lancelott Lee Thomas Lyster sen[er] Thomas Lyster jun? Robert Harley Thomas Child William Williams Gough of the Marsh John Thomas John Huxley sen[er] John Huxley jun? John Chetwynd Edward Kerry Orlando Nicholls Richard Mytton Edward Vaughan Edward Cludd Edward Kinnersley Rowland [Hunt (fn. 87) ] Thomas Corbett Jonathan Langley Thomas Edwards Robert Clowes William Gower John Tayleur Henry Smallman Soundley Eyton Robert Pigott William Young Thomas Wingfeild John Edwards of Rorington John Powell Thomas Powell of Parke John Walter Francis Berkley Arthur Weaver James Grove Thomas Jobber Robert Lloyd Henry Mytton William Howard Edward Barrett Edward Jennings Edward Whichcott William Tayleur Edward Owen of Pulley Thomas Jones of Sandford Thomas Barnes Ralph Browne Bartholomew Beale Richard Perkison Thomas Sandford Richard Leighton Rowland Cotton of Billaport Andrew Charleton John Gardner Edward Donne Thomas Severne Henry Powell Barrister att Law Esquires Roger Trevor William Adams Edward Kynaston of Hordley Doctor Hollings Richard Alkin John Grove Samuel Davison Roger Corbett Gentlemen The Mayor of Salop for the time being The Bayliffs of Bridgenorth for the time being The Bayliffs of Bishopps Castle for the time being. The Bayliff of Wenlock for the time being The Mayor and Coroner of Oswestrey for the time being Samuel Adderton John Hill Buckley Mackworth Simon Hanmer Richard Hosier Richard Salter Edward Gosnell John Scott Collings Woolrich Robert Wood Thomas Owen Charles. Kynaston Esquires John Lacon Gents. Clerk of the Peace John Cole of Salop John Kynaston Richard Higgons Richard Presland George Hosier John Williams Gabriel Wood Francis Baldwyn sen[er] Clemson sen[er] Price Devereux Edward Lloyd Esq[uire] John Cooke Draper Rowland Baugh Esq[uire] John Edwards of Ness William Leeke Thomas Acton William Browne Esq[uire] Richard Betton Arthur Devereux Adam Wareing John Walcott junior Esquire Charles Hanmer William Grosvenor Richard Stanier of Aston John Colles of Walton Francis Reynolds of Cressage Phillip Cotton Samuel Boudler of Arlscott Esq[uire] John Langley of the Aimes Thomas Crompton Lanceolt Stephens John Mason of Much Wentlock Doctor Piggott Timothy Hassall William Ha[m]mond of Bridgenorth Samuel Sandford Nicholas Jackson Jonathan Wingfeild William Kynaston Edward Kettleby jun? Richard Littlehales Thomas Moore Esquires Charles Hanmer John Wolsley of Bridgenorth Sheppard of Bitterley William Hayward William Boycott Richard Ridley Robert Smith John Fowler Thomas Mason and Charles Mason Esquires William Farnolls William Bridgen Richard Walker Thomas Wickstead of Bridgenorth Richard Bradley Alexander Middleton Edward Matthews Humphrey Owen Samuel Hunt Arthur Tongue John Clarke Richard Jenks of Drayton Thomas Howell junior John Tranter Thomas Jones of Preece William Jorden Andrew Kendrick of Woorhall Robert Clyve and John Harnage Esquires Phillip Downes Thomas Hawkes Gent[um] John Morris John Smitheman Meddlicott of Medlicott George Hudson Walter Woolaston David Morris Roger Finch Henry Bigg Robert Wild Moses Reynolds Richard Boycott Edward Blakeway John Baldwyn of Mounslow Benjamin Whitchcott Robert Kerry John Sheppard of Upton Lott Edward Pardoe of Cleeton Alexander Duncombe Samuel Dod of Harnage Edward Philley Thomas Jones of Shete Thomas Hill of Alcaston Thomas Sabery Richard Sheppard of Middleton Wi?am Russell Edward Cressett Esquire Edward Owen of Eaton Esq[uire] John Langley junior of Golding, Bernard Hammond John Price of Manautee John Latham of Shreyden.

For the City and County of the City of Bristoll.

John Bubb Esq[uire] Mayor Sir William Cann Sir Richard Hart Sir William Merrick Sir Richard Crump Sir William Clutterbuck Sir John Knight Sir William Hayman Sir Thomas Day Sir John Dudleston Sir William Daines Sir Joseph Tiley Serjeant Pawlett Recorder John Hickes William Crabb Joseph Creswick William Swymmer Richard Lane William Jackson Arthur Hart Robert Yate Samuel Wallis John Hine Robert Henley John Dutton Colt Joseph Knight John Rumsey Thomas Edwards Nathaniel Haggat Timothy Parker Michael Pope Thomas Scrope Henry Gibbs Joseph Jackson William Browne Thomas Langton Thomas Knight Nathaniel Day John Day Nathaniel Wade John Cary Joseph Earle Humphrey Corsley Richard Tayler John Lloyd Richard Codrington Giles Merrick George Morgan Edward Tocknell John [Sandford (fn. 88) ] Thomas Cole John Blackwell Robert Dowding John Yeamans Henry Combes John Bradway Marmaduke Bowdler John Batchelor William Lewis John Hawkins William French Peter Saunders Francis Whitchurch. George Stephens Samuel Bayley William Whitehead James Halladge Robert Bound John Swy[m]mer Richard Franklyn Isaac Davis William Barnsdale Richard Bayly Esquires.

For the City of Bath.

The Bench of Aldermen as they now stand Sir Thomas Estcourt William Blaithwait Esq[uire] John Bush the present Mayor John Trenchard Recorder John Axfeild & William Bash Justices Walter Gibbs Robert Chapman Benjamin Baker Walter Hicks Robert Hayward John Stibs Edward Bushell Aldermen Doctor Peirce Doctor Parker.

For the City of Wells.

The Mayor and Recorder for the time being Edward Barkley Esq[uire] Sir William Salmon William Coward Serjeant att Law William Coward junior Esquires Mr. Hodges Cooke senior Mr. Thomas Cooper Mr. John Day Mr. Thomas Mattocks George Doddington William Hughes William Westley Esquires Mr. John Davis M[en]t. Charles Baron Harry Bridges Esquires Matthew Baron.

For the Borough of Bridgwater.

John Gilbert Mayor Sir Francis Warr Baronett Recorder Nathaniel Palmer Esquire Roger Hoare Francis Tuthill Robert Balch Aldermen George Crane Thomas Bere Samuel Darby John Harvey William Sealy Gentlemen.

For the rest of the County of Somersett

John Lord Viscount Fitzharding of the Kingdome of Ireland Francis Lord Hawley of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Edward Seymour Sir Phillipp Sydenham Sir Thomas Wroth Sir John Smith Sir John Trevelyan Sir Francis Warr Sir John Morton Sir John St. Barb Sir William Cann Sir Francis Windham Baronetts Sir Edward Phelepps Sir Thomas Bridges Sir Stephen Fox Sir William Wogan Sir George Norton Sir Thomas Travell Sir Charles Carterett Sir Richard Hart Sir John Knight Sir Henry Gold Sir John Elwill Knights Henry Portman Thomas Strangways George Horner Alexander Popham Edward Barkly Nathaniel Palmer John Windham John Speke John Sanford John Hunt Alexander Lutterell Joseph Langton William Blaithwaite Edward Clarke Baldwin Mallett Francis Gwynn Edward Gorges Edward Baber John Pigott Jacob Banks William Hellier Carew Mildmay William Gore George Long William Etterick Richard Fownes Thomas Bere of Huntsham Anthony Etterick John Harrington Richard Morgan Charles Steynings James Prowse John Champneys Henry Henley Henry Raynon Edward Coward Serjeant att Law William Phellepps Henry Bridges William Player George Musgrave William Hilliard Anthony Stocker John Hellier of Churd John How William Coventry Henry Lite Henry Mompesson Robert Syderfin William Harbin John Blewett of Knole George Doddington of Doddington George Doddington of Wells Andrew Crosse James Cade Francis Vaughan Thomas [Duke (fn. 89) ] of Tetton Thomas Carew William Catford John Worth Edward Dyke Christopher Farwell Alexander Popham Gent? Gustavus Venner William Hughes John Hody senior John Hody junior John Webb Gerrard Newcourt Thomas Langton Nicholas Ashford Arthur Lacy William Coward junior John Ellwell William Blackford Richard Cox James. Twyford William Speke Robert Yate Thomas Edwards Edward Strode of Deane Samuel Cabell Charles Buckland Thomas Gale Roger Leversage John Creswick William Whitchurch John Burland John Everard Edmond Bowyer Samuel Horner John Strachey George Prater Nicholas Francis William Francis Thomas Samborne Phillipp Bennett John Acourt Edward Thurston William Lucy Thomas Ledgingham Samuel Raymond Hugh Bickham John Travillian Richard Newman Roger Hoare Henry Brett Thomas Sumner Marshal Bridges Smart Goodenough Robert Peirce of Bath Matthias Hanvill Cornelius Lyde William Bolton William Rose John Parsons Esquires William Harrison Richard Cooke Thomas Compton John Brice John Blinman John Williams Thomas Napier John Hobbs Thomas Warr David Yea William Blake John Browne Edward Ryder Thomas Bacon John Keene Henry Bonner William Mann Thomas Hawker William Speke of Jordans John Periam Dr. Parsons Dr. Hall George Vaughan William Okeden Edward Cathampton Henry Gatchell Isaac Willman of Bishopps-hall John Baker of Hamwood Thomas Bonner Anthony Poole John Gold Nathaniel Pitt George Crane Francis Hobart senior Richard Snow Robert Balch John Gilbert William Sealy Thomas Baker John Friend John Tindall Francis Hobart jun? Thomas Groves Thomas Dyke of Jews Thomas Towells Nicholas Marshall John Berisford William Webber Robert Smith junior William How Thomas Rodbart John Bond Charles Banton Edmond Daw John Cooth senior John Cooth junior Anthony Rogers John Stuckey John Britton of High Littleton Samuel Pitts Merchant Thomas Beresford [Gentleman (fn. 90) ] [William Lyde Esquire. (fn. 91) ]

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Southampton.

The Mayor for the time being The Recorder for the time being John Speed Doctor in Physick William Buckley Esquire Thomas Cornelius James Crosse Adam de Cardonnell Richard White Cornelius Macham John Smith Christopher Smith William Line Elias de Gruchye Thomas Bracebridge John Leigh James Mellish Alexander Alcorm John Thornbury Goldsmith Peter Bunkley Roger Clutterbuck John Winter Leonard Cropp Nathaniel Knight Gent. John Brackston Samuel Sambre Doctor of Physick.

For the County of Southampton with the Isle of Wight.

Charles Lord Marquesse of Winchester Son and Heire apparent of Charles Duke of Bolton Lord Justice of Ireland and one of His Majesties most Honorable Privy Council William Lord Pawlett Second Son to the Duke of Bolton Richard Earle of Ranelagh of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable James Lord Russell Son to the Duke of Bedford The Right Honourable John Lord Cutts of the Kingdome of Ireland Governour of the Isle of Wight Sir John Saint Barbe Sir Nicholas Stuart Sir Robert Worseley Sir Robert Smith Sir John Hobby Sir John Dillington Sir Andrew Henley. Sir Hugh Stewkley Sir Heele Hooke Sir Richard Onslow Sir Berkeley Lucy Sir Brocas Gardiner Baronetts Sir Henry. Dutton Colt Baronett Sir Charles Windham Sir William Kingsmill Sir Richard Harris Sir.Benjamin Newland Sir Thomas Miller Sir Miles Cooke Sir Dewy Bulkeley Sir Charles Rawleigh Knights The Honorable John Smith one of the [Lords (fn. 92) ] Commissioners of the. Treasury Major General Earle Governour of Portsmouth Thomas Hobson Richard Norton George Pitts James Zouches Thomas Hobby Gabriel Whistler Ralph Hasting Henry Dawley Frederick Tilney Thomas Jervoise John Leigh Richard Holt Richard Cobb Richard Knight Charles Cole White Titchburne John Pollen Richard Bishopp Richard Chandler William Bishop Johnathan Gawden William Sammon George Bridges John Fawkener Thomas [Procas (fn. 93) ] John Coniers Anthony Henley Richard Norton of Alresford Richard Willoughby Edward Goddard Reynolds Calthropp Walter Stephens Henry Goddard James Hunt of Popham. Oliver Cromwell Edward Chute John Bromfield Boulter of Horwell John Bernard Thomas Dore Henry Compton. Henry Hooke Edward Flemming Robert Knollis Lewis Buckle Arthur Hide Francis Dickens Esquires Sir Charles Shuckborough Baronett Nicholas Hedger [John (fn. 94) ] Stanley Thomas Tutt Robert Shales Edward Hooper Benjamin Ryddiard Thomas Wither Charles Norton Robert Mitchell Anthony Morgan Ashburnham Toll Thomas Bulkeley Roger Barton Robert Barton. George Duke George Nicholas John Henley William Coldman Robert Pointz Thomas Edmonds Thomas Dowse of Wallop Thomas Dowse of Brooke John Rives of Drayton John Rives of Bransbury Ralph Bucknall Edward Pile Thomas Brewer John Goodier Peter Betsworth. John Venables Walter Godfrey Henry Henley Thomas Cobb Edward Pollen William Stephens of Barton Richard Pile Thomas Fitz James John Weaver John Lisle Cornelius Cornwallis William Knapton Edward Lisle William Guidott John Gibson Samuel Pittman George Brampston Doctor of Laws Roger Mompesson William Stroud James Dewry William Hearett Dutton Gifford Charles How Esquires William Coker Doctor of Physick Henry Hunt Henry Holmes Charles Stewart Lawrence Jackson Edward Goddard of Woodhay Captain Hedges Captain Lane Doctor Thomas Clutterbuck William Cags Roger Gallop John Worsley James Worsley Henry Mews David Urry of Earton Thomas Urry of Gatcomb Major Henry Worsley William Feilder James Hooper William Bowerman John Lewkner Christopher Knight Francis Ashley Doctor Thomas Hobbs Doctor Barlow Maurice Hunt Richard Kent Ellis Mews Thomas Coward Robert Love George Yates Richard Cooper Doctor William Over Robert Kircher Esquires Bennett of Fareham John Neave Francis Mills George Burrard John Acton Joseph Harwood James Field Charles Dingley Robert Downes Richard Beele Gyles Lyford Allen Garway John Miller Anthony Sturt Esquire William [Hooper (fn. 95) ] Gent. Henry Fleming George Morley Anthony Guidott John Kaiger Thomas Bromfeild Walter Thomas Esquire Thomas Bonham Edward Hooker jun[ior] William Walden John Hawksworth William Fisher John White Edward Fisher William Turner Gentlemen William Warne William Smith Doctor of Physick Stephen Lock, Charles Traffics Cap. Symonds Thomas Cranley William Dale of Christchurch Cornelius Macham Alexander Alcorn. Nicholas Pile Sir Charles Barrington Baronett Henry Greenhill Esquire Henry Player Thomas Ridge John Suffeild William Brandon John Jacob Symon Hatch Thomas Barton Gentlemen Robert Lamport Robert Blashford George Wakeford Hunt Withers Richard Woolaston Ralph Bucknall Esquires William Warn Gent. Doctor Markland Master of Saint Crosse Doctor Nicholas Warden of Winton Colledge Henry Stainford John Hether Gentlemen Richards of Yaverland Thomas, Dover Esq[uire] Thomas Cole of Cowes Benjamin Williams Clement. Newsham Gentlemen The Mayor of Limington for the time being George Leslie Francis Hanbury Esquires Nicholas Stanley Doctor in. Physick. Adam de Cardonnell Thomas Cornelius John Smith Gentlemen Alexander Drake Esquire Thomas Robinson Nicholas Blake Gentlemen Thomas Burrard William Tulse Edmond Pittmore Esquires Edward Worlidge John Moore Richard Jervise Henry Kingsmill William Pitt Esquires Nicholas Opey Robert Forder Bryan Richards Gentlemen Thomas Smith Charles Worseley Joseph Creffeild William Goldwire August Kinchen Richard Widmore The Mayor of Winchester for the time being Thomas Coward. Recorder Richard Good Edward Grace Thomas Weavell Godson Penton John Penton John Warner James Earle Ellis Mews John Purdur James Barefoot Henry Sharpe Anthony Yalden Thomas Pink Aldermen Henry Ghost Thomas Cropp Thomas Henslow Esquires M[en]t. Isaac Cooper Bayliffe of Andover The Bayliff of Andover for the time being George Vernon Thomas Hodden Joseph Wimbleton Gabriel Goldney Julius Lamburne. Robert Hillman John Kyle Edward Warum Nicholas Flower William Westcomb John Bray William Berwick Alexander Daniel The Mayor of Portsmouth for the time being John Mounsir John Blakeley John White The Mayor of Petersfeild for the time being William Pay John Palmer Richard Marks John Clements Edward Rook The Mayor of Yarmouth for the time being Anthony Morgan George Stanley George Oglander sener Esquires Robert Lammart Anthony Palmer Henry Worseley Esquires John Stephens William Stephens of [West-Cower (fn. 96) ] Edward Stephens Timothy Lucas John Newnam Francis Deacon Peter Gards William Legg Thomas Newman Gent. Samuel Samber Doctor of Physick Joseph Dudley Esq[uire] James Blake Charles Bissell The Mayor of Newport for the time being Robert Matthews William Loveing Edward Hales John Bowler William Kibblewhite Robert Leigh of Newport David Urry of Freshwater Richard Loveing of Cowes Charles Newland of Cowes John Leigh of Newport Kendrick Lisle. John Rookby of Carisbrook John Stephens of Barton William Urry of Yarmouth John Combes David Urry of Gatcomb.

For the City and County of the City of Litchfeild.

The Bayliffs and Sheriff for the time being Sir Robert Burdett Sir Michael Biddulph Baronetts William Marshall William Robinson Gentlemen Richard Pyott Richard Dyott Phillipp Pargiter Esquires Thomas Hammond Richard Wakefeild John Rawlins George Newell senior Robert Lloyd Isaac Hynckley Richard Burnes George Harding.

For the County of Stafford.

John Chetwood Esq[uire] present High Sheriff The Honourable Charles Egerton The Honourable John Gray The Honourable Henry Pagett The Honourable Robert Shirley The Honourable William Ward Sir Charles Littleton Sir Bryan Broughton Sir Thomas Pershall Sir. John Leveson Gower Sir Charles Wolsley Sir Walter Wrottesley Sir. Walter Baggott Sir Edward Littleton Sir Francis Lawley Sir Thomas Bellott Sir Michael Biddulph Sir Robert Burdett Baronette Sir John Turton Knight one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir Simon Degge Sir Henry Gough Sir Charles Skrimshir Knights Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Edward Byrch Serjeant att Law Thomas Broughton Edward Littleton John Bulkley of Stanlow Robert Wolsley Thomas Foley senior George Vernon Humphrey Wyrley John Pershall Edward Baggott Thomas Foley junior Phillipp Foley John Chetwind Ralph Sneyd Thomas Lane Robert Leveson Rowland Oakover Rowland Cotton of Bellaport George Rodney Bridges Henry Vermon señ Walter Gough John Hoo William Parker George Parker Phillipp Hollins Matthew Hoyer Phillip Pargiter Edward Littleton of Pillington junior William Cotton. Chadwick Charles Bromfeild, Francis Elde Richard Pyott William Nabbs Benjamin Jolliffe ( (fn. 97) ) James Wood John Lawton Richard Dyott William Sneyd of the. Byrches Thomas Crompton William Inge John Young James Whitehall John Newton Lambert Bagott Charles Coates Henry Vernon junior John Shilton John Bowyer Jonas Grosvenor Thomas .Orme Peter Perehouse William Anson Peter Warburton William Trafford John Amphlett Thomas Leigh Edward Foden Michael Noble William Milward William Leigh Richard Shilton Isaac Hawkins William Murhall Michael Brandreth William Bendy Thomas Parker Thomas Dickens Richard Wilks Sir John [Hoyer (fn. 98) ] Knight John Lane Copwood Hollins Thomas Fowke of Aspley Edward James Walker Lander John Egginton Obadiah Lane John Dickens of Leaton Thomas Hickens John Langley jun[ior] Henry Haworth John Turton of the Oake Rowland Frith John Browne Thomas Lacy Henry Leigh Thomas Whitby Esquire John Berrisford Daniel Watson [Thomas (fn. 99) ] Thomas Turton John Huntback William Trafford junior Thomas Scott Thomas Jevon Christopher Lea Samuel Pipe Thomas Foley of Stoke Thomas Bagnoll Edward Short Walter Fowler John Wilson Esquire Humphrey Perey William Jervis John Jervis Jonas Astley William Shalcrosse George Gatacre Thomas Webb of Woodford Thomas Browne Walter Mosely Esquires. John Baddely Edward Barbar James Ruddyard Gabriel Wood Henry Bracegirdle John Wedgewood William Burstem John Wheeler of Woolaston John Dolphin Richard Drakeford William Lawton. The Bayliffs of Tamworth for the time being John Bagnold The Mayor of Stafford for the time being Thomas Spendelow John Leigh Leigh Brooks Esquires.

For the Borough of Ipswich.

The Bayliffs for the time being Charles Whittaker Recorder Charles Wright Lawrence Stisted Richard Phillips William Neave John Wade Henry Sparrow Thomas Bowell Thomas Bright Samuel Reynolds Henry Hill Edward Melsup Jacob Hudson Richard Puplett Towne Clerk.

For the Borough of Saint Edmonds Bury

The Aldermen the Recorder Coroner & Towne-Clerk for the time being Sir Robert Davers Baronett John Hervey Thomas Holland Esquires Thomas Burroughs Thomas Macroe Richard Prince Thomas Macroe junior Samuel Grove James Burroughs Doctor of Physick Henry Gibbon Samuel Battely

For the Borough of Dunwich.

The Bayliffe for the time being The Coroner for the time being Thomas Neale Esq[uire] Recorder Sir Robert Kempe Baronett Sir Robert Rich Knight and Baronett Henry Heveningham Esquire William Weathersby John Archer John Benefice Phillipp Eade Thomas Swatman John Battely Thomas Foster Robert Bonner.

For the Borough of Eye.

The Bayliff for the time being The Honourable Charles Cornwallis Sir Joseph Jekyll Knight Sir John Castleton Thomas Deye senior Henry Edgar Nathaniel Deye Thomas Deye junior Thomas Flowerdy John Smith Thomas Chenery Thomas Buxton Robert Batch junior Richard Harding James Harvey Isaac Cooper.

For the Borough of Sudbury.

The Mayor for the time being Sir Jervis Elwes Sir Thomas Barnardiston Sir Samuel Barnardiston Baronetts Sir John Robinson Knight Edmond Coleman Recorder John Gibbons William Fothergill John Catesby Samuel Abbott Benjamin Carter William Cock Clem[en]t. Ray Samuel Hassell William Hassell Bernard Carter Robert Chaplyn Thomas Hall John Parish Lawrence Gibbons John Fenn Henry Crosman Thomas Burkett William Hall Robert Girling Samuel Carter Samuel Pannell Edward Smith Roger Voyce Robert Gainsborow Robert Stairling Wi[lliam] Cock junior.

For the rest of the County of Suffolk.

Lionell Lord Huntingtower of the Kingdome of Scotland Hildebrand Lord Allington of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honorable Charles Cornwallis Esquire Son and Heire apparent to the Lord Cornwallis Sir Robert Bacon Sir Thomas Felton Sir John Playters Sir Robert Kemp Sir Simon Dews Sir John Castleton Sir Dudley Cullum Sir William Fowles Sir Jervis Elwes Sir John Cotton. Sir John Rowse Sir Thomas Bernardiston Sir John Duke Sir Samuel Bernardiston Sir Francis Masham Sir Robert Davers Sir Thomas Spring Sir John Cordell Sir Charles Bloys Baronetts Sir William Cooke Sir John Shaw Sir Edmond Bacon Sir. Robert Rich Knight and Baronett Sir John Poley Sir George Wengene Sir Nevill Catlyn Sir Henry Johnson Sir Joseph Bland Sir Richard Gipps Sir John Cotton Sir Edward Turner Sir Cesar Wood ats Cranmer The Right Honourable Sir Stephen Fox Knight, one of the Lords Co[m]missioners of the Treasury Sir Isaac Rebow Sir John Robinson Knights Charles Fox Esquire William Maynard John Hervey Thomas Holland Thomas Hanmer Compton Felton Thomas Glemham Lyonell Playters Henry Heveningham William Bridgman Henry Parker William Barker, William Johnson William Harvey Robert Walpole Thomas Tyrrell Charles Blosse Charles Knipe John Hunt Edmond Warren John Thurston Richard Norton Robert Maddox Henry Warner Thomas Aldham Thomas Williams Edward Hobart Henry Poley. John :Braham Thomas Salter Robert King Richard Bockingham Hammond Le Strange John Scrivener Thomas Waldegrave John Pack Charles. Smith Edward North William Rivett James Calthorpe John Cornwallis Thomas Smith of Bawton Anthony Crofts John Wright Edmond Bence Robert Barker Robert Naunton John Currance Thomas Wright Henry Hedger Arthur Bernardiston Lawrence Rowse junior Thomas Golding John Bence Aubrey Porter Thomas May Kerridge of Shelley Hall Christopher Calthorpe John Jermy of Sutton Anthony Wroth Senior Anthony Wroth junior Allen Cotton Edward Alpe Edmond Shepheard William Culham senior Thomas Rivert Charles Killegrew Charles ( (fn. 100) ) Beamont ( (fn. 101) ) Nicholas Bragg Charles Whittaker senior Henry Wood al[ia]s Webb John Hook Doctor Thomas Carver William Betts Captaine William Finn William Poley Robert Caddon of Shadingfeild John Catesby .John Browne of Alborough Charles Wood al[ia]s Cranmer Roger Kerrington Thomas Neale Thomas Dye Thomas Else Nicholas Freman John Pells Edward Alston John Felton Peter Alderman John Spincks Renaldo Pitfeild John Girling Gregory Clerke William Randall Thomas Bernardiston Samuel Bernardiston Thomas Brand senior John Barker of Wickham Thomas Bright William Hammond senior Samuel Clarke William Cooke Andrews Warner Samuel Blackerby Richard Porter John Brand Thomas Brand junior Samuel Waller George Golding. Thomas Eldred of Saxam Thomas Wild senior Phillipp French William Hammond of Whitton John Bass Samuel Baker Thomas Owen Thomas Aldrige William Lucas Samuel Pacy Thomas Bendish Bartholomew Soame William Bright Robert Russell Edward Gale Thomas Folks John Nicholls senior Francis Haylock Henry Ward Henry North Lawrence Stisted Richard Phillipps senior William Tye Richard Marriott Joseph Weld Nathaniel Simonds Richard Fryer John Innwood Charles Downing Anthony Wingfeild Herbert Astley Daniel Browning Edmond Harvey John Cudworth of Southold Charles Wright Thomas Palmer Doctor John Dade of Ipswich Charles Whittaker junior William [Never (fn. 102) ] William Glascock Thomas Bernardiston of Ketton Robert Kemp Thomas Cullum Robert Brooke John Gurden. William Brand Jacob. Brand Gilbert Dolben. Edmond Foster Thomas Ashby William Russell William Coe Robert Darkin John Canham Joseph Browne Richard Vesey John Fryer of Feningham John Maddox of Ufford Randal Wyard John Shepherd of Ash Henry Stebbing of Brandiston Robert Cutler of Sproughton Thomas Bloss of Belstead Charles Burwell of Shottsham Basingbourn Gowdy of Stratford Samuel Battely John Barker of Thorndon John Jacob Bartholomew Paman senior Barnaby Gibson junior James Gibson John Warron William Cullum Edward Coleman Nathaniel Day William Hawys of Richall John Dawkyn John Smith of Marshford Thomas Miles John Newson Clement Ray Joseph Tweed Doctor John Thorowgood Anthony Fisher John Crask junior William Hawys Robert Chaplyn Robert Snelling William Beamont John Weyvene John Brandling Edmond Artis Richard Freestone Bartholomew Young Thomas Scarlett Andrew Brownsmith William Fothergill Thomas Fothergill John Pinchbeck John Buxton Thomas Mitchell Nicholas Edgar George Watts Richard Jenkinson Edward Plume Thomas Bright junior Devereux Edgar Thomas Smith of Thrandiston Francis Edgar John Spencer John Rabbett of Bramfeild Samuel Grove Thomas Macroe junior Richard. Farrier Thomas Heyward of Clare Simon Dove of Hadley John Foul George Goody William Turner Jeffery Maltyward Josias Seffery of Stradishall Joseph Thurston Esquire John Wright of Ipswich James Harvey of Cockfeild Richard Pupplett Robert May Millison Edgar Edward Goate John Goodwyn of Martlesham George Gale Thomas Carter John Parish John Gibbon George Dashwood Robert Keddington Phillipp Bacon John Morden Wicksted Wells John Pamphlyn Robert Judd Robert Wright Edmond Coleman sen[ior] Edmond Coleman junior Thomas King Thomas Taylor John Sparham Thomas Palmer Sir Francis Bickley Thomas Cropley John Folkes Thomas Hastings Thomas Ewen William Byatt William Nelson Benjamin Alcock Richard Phillipps junior Paul Bowes Esquire Thomas Leman of Brampton Francis Barker of Sypton. Stephen Amyes Captaine Thomas Meadowes John Spink Richard Allen al[ia]s Anguish John Jex Henry Damant of Brushard Christopher Parry of Silam Hugh Morris of Euston Henry Damane of Crawford Bartholomew, Pamant junior Thomas Parris Matthew Isaac Edward Alston James Cole John Lamb John Burrough John Wade Samuel Reynolds Doctor John Wallis Henry Hill Henry Applethwaite Thomas Redgrave Henry Sparrow Captaine Robert Jenny John Sparhark of Lafen William Bassett Edward Thompson of Sudbury Robert Hanby of Ipswich Edmond Anguish Stephen Soame Edward Melsupp jun[ior] William Mott-junior Esquire Christopher Barrey of Syleham Gent Thomas Cary of Bungay John Dawson of Saxmundham Thomas Thurston of Ipswich Phillipp Hamond of Boxtread John Sored Daniel Whitby James Sired John Hooke Thomas Palmer William Robinson John Brady Thomas Thurston The Bayliffs & Capital Burgesses of Aldborough for the time being.

For the County of Surrey.

The Right Honourable Sir Robert Howard one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council The Honourable Heneage Finch Esquire The Honourable Colonel Windsor The Honorable Francis Coventry Esquire The Honorable Sir Francis Compton The Honorable Maurice Thompson The Honorable Hugh Hare Esq[uire] The Honorable Thomas Howard Sir Walter St. John Sir Francis Vincent Sir Richard Onslow Sir William Brownlow Sir Edward Gresham Sir Walter Clarges Sir Robert Marsham Sir William Temple Sir Edward Bromfield Sir Paul Whitchcott Sir Robert Nappler Sir William Glynn Sir Joseph Alston Sir John Buckworth Baronetts Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir William Morley Knight of the Bath Sir William Hoskyns Sir Matthew Andrews Sir Robert Clayton Sir S[en]t. John Broderick Sir James Clarke Sir Christopher Buckle Sir Cornwall Bradshaw Sir James Butler Sir Robert Knightley Sir Peter Daniel Sir Samuel Dashwood Sir Edward Frewin Sir John Parsons Sir Thomas Vernon Sir Peter Vandeputt Sir Charles Hedges Sir John Temple Sir John Fleet Sir Henry Furnace Sir George Maggott Sir William Scawen Sir William Gore Knights Sir Thomas Trevor [Knight (fn. 103) ] His Majesties Attorney General George Evelyn of Wootton Henry S[en]t. John Francis Fuller Serjeant att Law Roger James Thomas Turgis Thomas Vernon John Evelyn Anthony Bowyer Denzill Onslow White Titchburne Morgan Radyll Foot Onslow Thomas Vincent John Weston Edward Nicholas George Evelyn of Nutfeild John Evelyn George Rodney Bridges John Arnold Edward Harvey James Zouch William Norris Frederick Tilney George Woodroffe Nicholas Carew Ambrose Browne John Lewkner Richard Garth John Pettiward Henry Hene William Fenwick Thomas Cotton Edward Smith Haestreet James Sigismond Stidolph George Duncombe Edward Bray John Sands William Hooker Richard Nicholls Shem Bridges Ambrose Muschamp Peter Hussey Stephen Harvey Watkinson Payler William Harvey Richard Onslow Christopher Buckley S[en]t John Broderick Francis Brend Thomas Lant George Hoskins William Hatton Charleton Whitlock Robert Gavill William Nuthall John Mitchell John Wright Nicholas Waite Henry Ludlow Henry Lloyd Samuel Lewin John Parsons John Litton John Thynn John Nuthall George Vernon Samuel Atkinson Richard Wimondesold Thomas Wimondesold John Riches John Burchett John Machell James Clarke William Elliott Edward Thurland Jeffery Jefferyes George Meggott Edmond Lee Richard How Edward Wood Tho. Hewett John Jefferyes James Titchborne George Duncombe jun[ior] Stephen Glynn William Perry John Love John Lugg John Seyliard John Highlord Richard Norton George Smith Robert Hatton Thomas Trapps John Heather Martin Folks John Turner Thomas Molyneux Henry Vincent Burleigh Fenn Nicholas Fenn Eldred Lancelott Lee Captaine Salmon Benjamin Lee Cane Ralph Lane Charles Cox Ralph Snow Richard Hayne William Genew Samuel Somerford Robert Saunders Samuel Pett George Goring Colonel Cornwall Robert Dowglas Anthony Sturt Denny Muschamp Colonel [Progers (fn. 104) ] Charles Goodwyn [William Goodwyn (fn. 105) ] William Gulston Chidiock Pawlett John Oldbury Captaine John Clements Captain Anthony Clifford Ralph Hough William Norris William Clarke Julius Glanvill Charles Bludworth Cesar Bradshaw Robert Wilson Christopher Gettry senior Francis Gosfright Francis Hatton Captaine John Austin Captaine William Boothby Samuel Crisp senior John Milner Thomas Phipps Cap[en]t. Joseph Wandall Edward Woodward Spencer Cooper Captaine John Lampart George Atwood Richard Morgan John De Leave Leonard Wessell Henry Griffith Thomas Lafeild Esquire High Sheriff Henry Dawling Thomas Eures Robert Bowyer Henry Wilkinson Thomas Burrowes Lawrence Marsh Urban Hall William Jordan Leonard Hammond George Perry Captaine Richard Bonsey Major Benjamin Bonwick Bryan Fairfax John Cowper Henry Wheatly Michael Edwards Charles Baker John Mitchell Richard Harrington Edward Northey James Tooth John Allen Doctor John Benbrigg Henry Fendall William Gardner Thomas Juxton William Hewer Charles Chamblaine John Shorter William Pellett Thomas Taylor John Heather junior Edward Le Neve Spencer Garrard Thomas White junior David Proby Henry Bartlett Richard Paske Edmond Reding Robert Woodroffe Thomas Rodbard Esquires The Mayor of Guilford for the time being The Bailiffs of Kingston for the time being The Bailiffs of Farnham for the time being John Child senior Henry Flutter Henry Saunders Thomas Agar John Bull Maximilian Emely Timothy Wilson John Terry Joseph Leigh Josiah. Dewy Francis Leigh Esquires Richard White Thomas Jordan John Spencer Richard Jewell Edward Tilby Thomas Harris. Cap[en]t. Bartholomew Richard Gwynn Thomas Bartholomew Thomas Moore Thomas Wincupp Thomas Coston Christopher Smith Thomas Syms Edmond Lee Henry Strode Phillips Foster John Angell Henry Foreman Barton Hollyday. Henry Johnson William Somers Peter Norborough Thomas Cudsden Gerard Andrews Henry Wyatt William Dorrison John Evershed Ulysses Blount John Symboll Peter Kesterman William Hambly Isaac Cox Thomas Ha[m]mond Richard Hammond Abraham Devisher Jonas Shish Daniel Wight Joseph Wood William Alwood Edward Smith George. Health Robert Bristow William Berblock Nicholas. Hookes John Cox Nehemiah Bourne Abraham Harrison William Yolden John Sermon John Boyes Richard Devon Francis Tyrringham John Hadson John Child jun[ior] Theophilus Heath Gentlemen Edward Dimbleby William Attwood John Allwood Charles Dubois William Rutter John Gerrard Samuel Peirson John Smith Edward Burrish Henry Herringman Charles Goodwyn John Milford Richard Bridgett John Ledford Benjamin Craker Peter Delanoy John Cholmney Daniel Duthees Jacob Harvey Thomas Maylin Francis Wilkinson Phillipp Hoope Richard Marsh John Stubbs Edward Carlton Gustavus Mell John Mitford Ralph Hartley Phillipp Price John Dewy James Groves Nathaniel Cox William Heath Thomas Wyatt Henry Markinfeild Thomas Powell William Marshall William Gibbs Samuel Hall Benjamin Tarrant John Sheppard John Gerrard Joseph Chitty Ferdinando Holland John Coleman John Blake Christopher Cope William Puryour Robert Ford Samuel Lupton Robert Green Henry Bishopp Thomas Roffey George Cole James Isaacson Thomas Fox Edward Starford John Jacob John Huggins Daniel Allen Godfrey Woodward Humphrey Abell Edward Tennison John Singleton Robert Roane Thomas Cooper John Hunter William Waterman senior Waterman jun[ior] Charles Dubois William Bulpin John Daleau Matthew Crover John Holland Leonard Child Edward Hubbald Thomas Cooke Edmond Lidgold John Nash Doctor Sawyer Jonathan Scott Richard Lee Henry Roaker Henry Ashworth William Billinghurst Walter Cock John Hester Thomas Tanner John Cane John Auborne John Stephens Johnadab Ballam Stephen Styles John Platton Gyles Hayward Thomas Baker Edward Whittaker William Mitchell Edward Belithe William Reeves George Cole Ephraim Bishop Maximilian Stephens James Comber Lawrence Parker Thomas Morgan Thomas Overman Richard Coldham John Cater of Cashalton Thomas Cuddon Thomas Rogers Thomas Cudsden jun[ior] John Angell John Tanner Arnold Squibb Thomas Renda Thomas Lucas Henry Paynton Gentlemen William Cooper William Marshall Esquires Thomas Saunders sen[ior] Thomas Saunders junior Charles Marten James Austen William Pirkins Esquire John Martin William Wright Isaac Loader Robert Castle John Castle Thomas Drake Henry Martin Bayliffe of Southwark Thomas Hutches Angelo Burt sen[ior] William Shaw jun[ior] George Pask Edward Tennison Charlwood Stuckey Samuel Aldrige John Dibble Bartin Holliday John Pincks John Ward John Cane John Francis Thomas White John Falltrap Elmes Spinks John Brightland Edmond Hunt Thomas Noonham William Bulpin John Stanton Robert Petty William Russell John Henly Richard Diott Gentlemen and Arthur Rowland Gentlemen.

For the Towne and Port of Hastings and Liberty thereof.

The Mayor & Juratts for the time being John Pulteney Robert Austen and Peter Gott Esquires Richard Waller Towne-Clerke.

For Seaford and Pevensey.

The Bayliffs and Juratts for the time being Sir Thomas Dyke Baronett Thomas Fagg Esquire.

For the Ancient Towne of Rye.

Francis Young Esquire Mayor of the Ancient Towne of Rye and the Mayor & Juratts for the time being Sir John Austen Baronett Thomas Frewin Esquire Samuel Jeake Gents Thomas Gribble Gents Joseph Tucker Gents William Wimshurst Gents.

For the Towne of Winchelsea.

The Mayor & Juratts for the time being Sir George Choute Samuel Westerne and Robert Austen Esquires Edward Martin Phillipp Drinker Bottle John Hopper Thomas Jenkins Pawford and Thomas Symmons Gentlemen.

For the rest of the whole County of Sussex.

Arthur Lord Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland Henry Lord Walden and John Lord Cutts of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir John Pelham Sir William Thomas Sir John Fagg Sir William Ashburnham Sir Thomas Dykes Sir William Culpeper Sir Richard Onslow Sir William Willson Sir John Stapeley Sir Phillipp Jell Sir George Parker Sir George Chute Baronetts Sir William Morley Knight of the Bath Sir John Briscoe Sir Nicholas Pelham Sir Edward Selwyn Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Sir James Smith Sir Thomas Miller Knights Thomas Pelham John Lukener Henry Pelham Richard Bridger Thomas Newdigate Thomas Briggs Doctor of Law George Goring John Morton Thomas Beard senior John Spence James Graves John Fuller George Baker Alexander Staples John Miller John Parker Thomas Bromfeild Thomas May William Markwick John Machell Thomas Bickley Henry Yates Richard Onslow George Gunter John Braman Nathaniel Palmer William Williams Peter Gott Thomas Frewin Edward Dyne [George (fn. 106) ] Courthope John Marlott Randolph Tutty Francis Page Thomas Woodyer Walter Roberts Thomas Betsworth Thomas Gray John Apsley William Garraway William Westbrooke John Cooke of Petworth Francis Mose John Cheal of Finden Richard Stiles John Cooke of Goring John Lee of Plaistow Richard Cooper Henry Bernard Thomas Nash Humphrey Jewkes Thomas Peckham of Allingbourne Thomas Knowles Richard Banks Anthony Cruttenden Robert Hall John Nicholls Paul Burrard The Mayor of Chichester & Arundell for the time being Samuel Weston Thomas Beard junior John Courthopp Charles Goring Esquires. George Elfred John Pellatt Richard Nokes Richard Parker Hugh Reason Thomas Gratwick of Ham Robert Baker John Minshaw John Haseller Thomas Brereton George Onsborne Stephen Jermyn Lewis Buckle Thomas Poole Richard Hay Arthur Turner Samuel Legay Edward Madgwick Christopher Nevill Thomas Dennatt John Doble Richard Bridger junior Gentlemen Charles Fagg Robert Fagg senior Robert Orme Richard Paine Anthony Springett John Bruer Robert Austen Apsley Newton Robert Fagg junior Thomas Burrell John Monke William Newton Esquires Benjamin White Doctor of Physick William Alderton Edward Morley William Cobden John Hayes John Wicker John Shelley William Blaker John Weeks Thomas Fagg John Peckham John Peachy Barrister att Law Robert Thornden Richard Butcher George Oglander Gentlemen Stephen Fuller William Peachy of Petworth Peter Courthope Richard Shelley John Newnham John Board. John Groome John Wellar John Baker Esquire Walsingham Mitchell John Stonestreet Thomas Charman William Pewer Samuel Blount Thomas Westham Christopher Knight Richard Peckham John Busbridge John Farrington Charles Sargisson Dennis Lydall Thomas Garroway Sir Henry Peachy of Petworth William Boyse Timothy Burrel Ogle Riggs George Payne Thomas Baker William Hardham Joseph Studley John Conyers John Taylor William Elson Thomas Woodyer of Chichester Esquire Doctor John Pankhurst Doctor Thomas Aylwyn S[en]t. John Ivy Captaine William Fletcher Walter Bartlett senior Thomas Churcher Phillipp Cheale of Finden Sir Edward Frewen William Bury Andrew Wilmer William Leeves William Scrace John Groome Hugh Penfold Doctor James Barker Doctor Abraham Newnham Richard Lintoffe Leonard Gale Walter Burrell William Bishopp junior Richard Talke George Stamper Edward Page George Tildeston Alexander Bridges Francis Peachy Richard Peirce Aldermen Robert Haselden John Sedgwick Alderman Thomas Sander Francis Greenfeild Thomas Brooker Nicholas Best William Benge John Gratwick of Pervis Esquires Francis Farnaby Peter Bestworth of Midhurst William Bilson John Sadler Henry Cooper Nicholas Covert Richard Holmes Lawrence Alcock Matthew White John Wake Thomas Medley John Pellatt Edward Staker Francis Wyatt Esquire Richard Stiles Nelson Barrister att Law Richard Burdett John Bowen of Pettworth Gentleman George Parker of Chichester Gentleman William Vincem Joseph Tugar George Moore Thomas Pelham of Cattesfeild Esquire Thomas Freewin junior Edward Grace Esquire William Westbrooke of Elsted William Board Esquire John Luckford Esquire Thomas Fuller Samuel Barton Gentleman Sir Richard Farrington Baronett John Ashburnham Esquire George Stanley Esquire Robert Baker of Mayfield James Plummer Thomas Willard Charles Goodwyn Thomas Isted Thomas Althorne Gentleman Robert Hall Gentleman John Burrard Esq[uire] John Gratwick of Eaton Esquire.

For the City and County of the City of Coventry.

The Mayor for the time being Nathaniel Harryman Francis Harryman Septimus Bott Edward Owen William Snell John Yardley Aldermen Sir Christopher Hales Baronett Sir John Dugdale.( (fn. 107) ) Richard Hopkins John Stradford Bazill Feilding Edward Taylor Henry Green George Bohun Thomas Gery John Bowater Robert Beak Thomas Burgh Thomas Hopkins George Fullwood Norton Hanson: Esquires Thomas. Bayly Henry Smith Robert Smith Edward: Hill Thomas King Humphrey Burton senior and Catesby Oadham Gentlemen.

For the County of Warwick.

The Right Honourable Henry Lord Viscount Hide Son & Heire Apparent to the Earle of Rochester The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Viscount Deerhurst Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Coventry The Right Honoble William Lord Digby of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Gilbert Coventry [Esq[uire] (fn. 108) ]. The Honourable Robert Sherley The Honourable John Verney The Honourable Francis Grevile Esquires Sir John Mordaunt Sir Charles Holt Sir Robert Burdett Sir Simon Clarke Sir Richard Temple Sir Clement Fisher Sir William Boughton Sir Jacob Astley Sir John Bridgeman Sir Charles Shuckburgh Sir John Burgoine Sir William Wheeler Sir John Huband Sir Reginald Forster Sir Christopher Hales Sir Bazill Price Sir Rushout Cullen Sir Henry Parker Baronetts Sir William Underhill Sir John Clopton Sir Andrew Hackett Sir William Bishopp Sir Thomas Rawlinson Sir Thomas Wagstaffe Sir William Wilson Knights William Bromley Andrew Archer Esquires. Thomas Rawlins Serjeant att Law William Peytoe Robert Somerville George Lucy Bazill Feilding Richard Newdigate Arden Adderley Seabright Repington Hercules Underhill Edward Clopton Popham Conway als Seymour Will[ia]m Palmer Richard Hopkins Humphrey Wyrley William Jesson Charles Newsham Hackett Thomas Keate Thomas Fetherston Thomas Andrews John Stratford Edward Bentley Aston Ingram Charles Jennens William Colemore Ward Dilke William Dugdale John Chetwind William Bolton Robert Harvey Simon Biddulph Francis Fisher Henry Green Humphrey Boughton Francis Boughton Edward Boughton John Shuckburgh James Ludford John Combes Price Devereux John Farmer Thomas Peeres Fisher Wentworth als Dilke Bernard Whalley. John Marriott George Boun Thomas Gery Henry Neal Adderly of Wedington John Clarke Thomas Newsham Ambrose Holbech Edward Raney William Holbech Thomas Chute William Eaborne Thomas Vynen John Andrews William Loggin John Appletree George Alsopp Esquires John Astley Thomas Archer John Jennens Francis Bagshaw Humphrey Holden Theodore Stratford Thomas Leving Timothy Stoughton John Stanton Thomas [Cooke (fn. 109) ] Gentlemen The Mayor of Warwick for the time being The Mayor of Stratford for the time being The Bayliffs of Tamworth for the time being Nathaniel Stoughton Esq[uire].

For the City and County of the City of Worcester.

The Mayor Aldermen and Sheriff for the time being William Bromley Esquire Samuel Swift Esquire Charles Cocks Esquire Robert Wild Esquire Walter Savage Esquire, John Rea William Baker William Bearcroft Nicholas Fayting Henry Hill Phillipp Bearcroft Thomas Smith Nicholas Baker Charles Swift Thomas Bearcroft Apothecary Andrew Fentzall John Jones Bookseller John Wall John Hughs Clothier Edward Philley Timothy Clare Phillipp Bearcroft of S[en]t. Hellens Henry Giles Robert Milner Matthew Matthews Francis Cheatle John Smith John Handy John Butler.

For the County of Worcester.

The Honourable Paul Foley Esquire Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons Richard Earle of Bellmont of the Kingdome of Ireland Thomas Lord Deerhurst Son & Heire Apparent of Thomas Earle of Coventry John Gray William Ward Robert Tracy John Watson Henry Folliott Sir Robert Atkins Sir Nicholas Lechmere Sir Charles. Littleton Sir John Packington Sir Francis Russell Sir Thomas Rouse Sir Edward Seabright Sir William Kite Sir Ralph Dutton Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir Rushout Sir Henry Conningsby Sir Henry Parker Sir William Rich Sir John Talbott Sir Francis Winnington Sir Thomas Haslewood Doctor Talbott Deane of Worcester Samuel Sandys Thomas Foley sen[ior] William Bromley Richard Dowdeswell Thomas Savage Thomas Foley junior. William Walsh Phillipp Foley Edwin Sandys Salwey Winnington Edmond Lechmere Thomas Foley of Stoke Benjamin Jolliffe Bridges Nanfan Humphrey Parriott sener Henry Neale Charles Baldwin Charles Cocks John Chapling Francis Clare Samuel Pitt Humphrey Parriott junior Thomas Stephens junior Edward Cooks John Machell Walter Savage sen[ior] Walter Savage junior Thomas Vernon Charles Dowdeswell Thomas Jervis Thomas Cornwall William Lygon Robert Dormer Robert Foley Francis Sheldon sen[ior] William Hankock George Dowdeswell John Soley Higgon James John Bearcroft John Clutton Robert Wylde Chamber Slaughter Gerrard Daniell Walter White Edward Bull Thomas Wylde Allen Clyfte Francis Bromley John Rudge Anthony Lechmere Richard Barnaby John Sheldon Richard Freeman Goddard Carter Richard Borneford Thomas Chettle John Newport John Appletree Jonathan Andrews Timothy Brickenshaw Ferdinando Gorges Thomas Savage of Dornston Thomas Low of Bromsgrove Thomas Winford sen Esquire Thomas Winford junior Esq[uire] Francis Sheldon junior William Moore Abel Gower Richard Amphlett William Vernon John Amphlett John Marriott Daniel Sheldon Henry Townsend Edmond Tayler Higham Cooke William Savage John Holmeden Gents. Thomas Bund Charles Whittaker Henry Johnson Phillipp Bearcroft Henry Toy Thomas Hunt of Blockley Edward Walker William Bird Gyles Parsons Captaine Jeuks Simon Barker Martin Ballard Richard Avenant Charles Moore George Gardiner Thomas Yardnall [John (fn. 110) ] Wheeler of Woollaston George Wellington Edward Milward Nicholas Baker Edward Wheeler William Bookey Richard Smallbrooke Henry Hodges Humphrey Soley James Nash Thomas Cooks Nicholas Wheeler George Savage of Broadway Edward Davis Edward Leech Richard Norbury John Fownes William Bell William Rudge John Rudge Edward Russell John Bourne Benjamin Grewes Thomas Bushell Samuel Slade Thomas Burleton sen[ior] Thomas Burleton jun[ior] Adam Littleton Andrew Fenzill Arthur Lowe Thomas Lench Thomas Walter James Compson John Emes Samuel Hunt of Wribbenhall Thomas Watson Arthur Bagshaw Robert Dowley George Porter Gents Joseph Jory Robert Baggott The Mayor of Evesham The Bayliffs of Droitwich and ( (fn. 111) ) Bayliffe of Bewdly.

For the City of New Sarum.

The Mayor and Aldermen for the time being Robert Eyre Esquire Recorder Sir Thomas Mompesson Knight Thomas Hobby Esquire Thomas Jervoys William Hearst Wadham Windham Edmond Pitman Charles Mompesson Francis Swanton Gabriel Ashley Herbert Saladine John Hill James Harris William Hughs. Edward Gerrard Thomas Chaffin Marks Thomas Lambert George Stanley Esquire William Barnes & Thomas Baskett Gentlemen.

For the rest of the County of Wilts.

Charles Lord Marquesse of Winchester Son and Heire Apparent to the Duke of Bolton Edward Lord Viscount Cornbury Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Clarendon Anthony Lord Ashley Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Shaftsbury Mountague Lord Norreys Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Abingdon Henry Lord Colraine of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Peregrine Bertie The Honourable Henry Thynne The Honoble Francis Greville The Honourable Robert Bertie Esquires The Honourable Goodwin Wharton Esquire Sir Edward Seymour Sir Walter S[en]t. John Sir John Button Sir Richard Grubham How Sir Edward Ernle Sir Walter Long Sir William Pincent Sir Robert Dashwood Sir James How Sir Seymour Pile Baronetts Sir Edward Hungerford and Sir John Nicholas Knights of the Bath Sir Samuel Eyre one of the Justices of His Majesties Court of Kings Bench Sir George Hungerford Sir John Talbott Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir Stephen Fox Sir John Hawles Sollicitor General Sir Thomas Escourt Sir Matthew Andrews Sir Charles Rawleigh Sir Edmond Warnford Sir Richard Hart Sir Charles Hedges Sir John Eyles Sir Ralph Delavall Sir Richard Holford Knights The Honourable John Smith Craven Howard Henry S[en]t John sen[ior] George Pitt Richard Lewis Alexander Popham sen[ior] Alexander Popham jun[ior] Robert Hyde Thomas Bennett of Salthrope John Hall Richard How Thomas Hobby John Wyndham Robert Eyre and John Eyre Barristers att Law Thomas Freke of Shrewton Thomas Jervois Thomas Bennett junior Edward Nicholas of Manningford Maurice Bocland Thomas Pitt William Ash Alexander Thistlewaite Henry S[en]t. John jun[ior] Charles Fox Edward Nicholas of Winterbourne Walter Ernle Edward Nicholas of Cannings Francis Goddard Francis Stonehouse Charles Mompesson William Trenchard William Daniel John Glanvill Thomas Baskerville Edward Nott Thomas Chamberlaine Wroughton of Wilcott Thomas Goddard Thomas Freake of Hannington William Harvey Thomas Penruddock William Windham Thomas Wyndham Wadham Wyndham Walter Grubb Henry Chivers Nicholas Baynton Richard Chandler Thomas Neale Richard Jones of Ramsbury James Linch of White Parish Edward Young John Ash of Heywood John Young John Knight John Wildman Edward Lambert John Methwen Samuel Ash Carew Rawleigh William Willoughby Willm Norborne Edward Seymour Richard Nevill William George Charles Raymond Charles Tucker Benjamin Gifford Edward Seymour of White-Parish Thomas Lewis Samuel Whitlocke Edmond Hungerford John Bennett William Hearst Gabriel Ashley William Wallis Richard Aldworth Christopher Maine John Dew Jacob Selfe Isaac Selfe Robert Nicholas of the Devizes John Child of the Devizes George Turner Gents William Wastfeild William Brewer Gifford Yerbury Michael Ernle Richard Jervoise Richard Long Edward Lisle Nevill Masculine William Player William [York (fn. 112) ] Walter. Green John Ash of Grovely Benjamin Giles Edmond Webb John Bond James Clarke George Hungerford John Trenchard Edward Ash Thomas Escourt Edward Mountague of Lackham George Spekepetty Walter White Thomas Goddard of Rudlow Henry Poole of Oakley Parke Edward Topp Thomas Caffine of Zeales Thomas Playdell Edward Baynton Thomas Baynton Oliver Caley Poor of Durrington John Jacob senior. John Jacob jun[ior] Edward Duke John Hill of the Close in Sar[um]. Thomas Lambert of the same Anthony Hungerford Thomas Polden Walter Parker Henry Coker, Francis Wroughton of Ditchampton Robert Duke of Lake Thomas Chaffine Marks John Gantlett John Bigg Francis Swanton Ab John Stokes Charles Mitchell John Webb Charles Plydell Charles Bolles William Whitte William Hitchcock Henry Pinnell John Curle Edward Foyle Stephen Blatch Henry Nourse John Grove of Chisenbury Robert Grove John Long of Baynton Francis Thistlethwaite Joseph Haskenstiles Edmond Dunch Esquire Charles Scroope William Beach of Fiddleton Andrew Duke Charles Stewart Walter Long of Wraxall John Long of the same Edward Wadman Edward Hearst Nathaniel Trottman William Hancock Councellor att Law Thomas Stringer of Ivy-Church John Kent of Boscombe Edward Ryder Robert Smith Henry Dennis John Bowles Councellor att Law Edmond Plydall of Mudghall Thomas Webb John Harvey John Holton Edmond Sumner of Seind Richard Dove Nathaniel Still James Ash John Jeffries Esquires John Knighton and Charles Brinsdon of Wotton Bassett William Coles Thomas Fuller Brereton Boucher Henry Blake Thomas Grove George Hill William Hews senior William Liddiard Thomas Powell Thomas Hayward Nicholas Elliott Xp[ist]opher Gardiner. Richard Minifree Thomas Haskett John Brooke Nicholas Daniel William Clare John Smith of Alton Matthew Smith Jonathan Hill John Toogood Walter Sharpe John Flower Henry Watman Henry Eyre of Woodhampton Francis Goddard of Putton Henry Southby Jasper Chapman John Fisher of Chute Francis Coles Thomas Franklyn Robert Biss Robert Mandrell Thomas Long of Rowden John Harvey of Cole Park Christopher Willoughby George Davies of Woodford John Mitchell Thomas Keiliway Edward Goddard of Ogborne John Violett Richard Cox Richard Smith of Kenett George Duke of Sarson Peter Temple Joseph Houlton Anthony Trottman Lovelace Bigg Thomas Phillipps John Hawkins Tobias Richmond Zachariah Bayly Thomas Jacob Edmond Escourt of Burton Hill James Harris of the Close in New Sar[um] Richard Erle of Chute John Ballard Doctor of Physick William Thomas George South Richard Maddocks of Tefont Robert Gore. Francis Kemble junior Robert Lawrence Thomas Hunt of Lavington John Clarke of Burcombe John Goddard Anthony Methwen Johnathan Rogers James Croome of Malmesbury William Parry of Easton Grey Joseph Ayde Thomas Sharpe of Compton Bassett Edmond Escourt of Milburne Thomas Hulbert of Easton Alexander Baxter Edward Plydall Robert Sheppard William Greenfeild Francis Merriwether John Horton Edward Mellish of Badbury Humphrey Fitzherbert Robert Jenkins James Wild George Twogood John Merriwether William Vince Joseph Wright Cole of the Close in Sarum & Thomas Dennett. Gentlemen Henry Miles of Maddenton William Mountjoy Henry Read of Crowood George Goodwin Wilkins of Westbury John Thistlethwaite Gentlemen Michael Smith Gents The Mayor of Salisbury for the time being The Mayor of Wilton The Mayor of the Devizes The Mayor of Marlborough and the Two Justices of the Peace for the time being The Alderman of Malmsbury The Bayliffs of Chippenham for the time being Phillipps of Wanborow John Ayloffe Esquires Richard Crouch William Pinckney of Orcheton Saint George John Houlton of Meckelsham John Ellis Thomas Bennet of Steeple Ashton Gents Robert Lee Nicholas Hardham James Hayes George Harrison Walter Knight Esquires William Stewkley Esquire Walter Batson Esquire Sir Thomas Skipwith Baronett. John Spachirst George Turner Thomas Phipps Esquire John Rolfe Esquire Edward Hungerford Richard Knight of Falston Esquire Robert Simons Gents and William Vince Gents.

For the County of Westmorland.

The Honourable Goodwin Wharton Esquire Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir George Fletcher Sir Richard Sandford Sir John Lowther Sir John Walter Baronetts Sir Daniel Flemming Knight Richard Lowther Richard Brathwaite William Fleming Edward Wilson Edward Musgrave Thomas Heblethwaite Thomas Godsalve Richard Crakenthorpe John Philipson John Dalston Christopher Hilton Edward Wilson junior James Bird John Winder Allan Chambers Hugh Machell Thomas Dawes John Nevyson Thomas Wilson Esquires William Davis Daniel Fleming Ephraim Sandford John Hall John Brougham Joseph Ward William Atkinson George Wilson John Knipe Robert Kilper Lancelott Forth Joseph Simpson John Thwaites Richard Baynes John Atkinson Thomas Carleton Joshua Tillam William Johnson John Smith Anthony Saul John Sleddale Thomas Harrison William Birkhead Gentlemen and the Mayors of Appleby and Kendall.

For the County of Anglesey.

Richard Lord Bulkeley Viscount Cashell in the Kingdome of Ireland Mark Lord Viscount Dungannon in the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Thomas Bulkeley The Honourable Robert Bulkeley Esquires Sir Roger Mostyn Sir John Wynne Sir Hugh Owen Baronetts Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett John Hooke Francis Lloyd Nicholas Bagnoll Arthur Owen Peirce Lloyd William Williams Owen Bold Hugh Nanney William Robinson Francis Bulkeley John Williams John Owen of Pen-rhose William Meyrick Owen Hughes Coningesby Williams Esquires Doctor John Jones Deane of Bangor Henry. White William Griffith Carreg Lloyd Robert Owen John Wynne Esquires Roger Hughes William Bulkeley William Morgan Rowland Wynne William Jones Maurice Lewis Henry Wynne David Lloyd David Williams John Owen Amlough Simon Foulkes Hugh Wynn Treyrworth Thomas Williams Owen Williams Robert Hampton Esquires Owen Davies of Llandevrydog John Owen Bodyer Pierce Lewis John Williams William Griffith Richard Hughes John Lloyd Thomas Roberts John Rice Owen Roberts Captaine John Hill Richard Bulkeley John Mostyn Gentlemen The Mayor of Beaumaris for the time being John Williams Esquire Edmond Meyricke & William Owen Gentlemen Thomas Price Esquire Rowland Wynne Morrice Lewis Thomas Fletcher John Edwards Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Brecon.

The Bayliff and Aldermen for the time being Thomas Walker Esquire Recorder Sir Edward Williams Sir Rowland Gwynn Knights Jeffrey Jeffreys Thomas Morgan John Jeffreys William Winter Daniel William John Waters Robert Lucy William Phillipps Lodowick Lewis Richard Hughs Henry Jones Charles Morgan Esquire Henry Thomas John Davies William Williams Edward Hughes Meredith James Towne-Clerk John Price William Herbert William Aubrey Henry William Samuel Wolseley John Jeffreys Daniel Price Michael Churchill Roger Jeffreys Gent.

For the rest of the County of Brecon.

The Right Honourable the Marquesse of Worcester Son and Heire Apparent of the Duke of Beaufort The Honourable. William Ashburnham Esquire Sir Thomas Williams Baronett Sir Edward Williams Sir Rowland Gwynn Knights Bushy Mansell Jeffrey Jeffreys Thomas Morgan John Jeffreys Thomas Mansell Howell Jones, John Lewis Charles Morgan Thomas Williams Sackvill Gwynn Thomas Walker Walter Vaughan Daniel Williams John Morgan Esquires John Williams Marmaduke Gwynn Francis Lloyd Robert Lucy John Watters James Parry Lodowick Lewis Richard Jeffreys David [Games (fn. 113) ] John Walbeoff Phillipp Parry William Watkins Samuel Williams Edward Williams James Donn John Gunter John Lewis Christopher Portrey William Bowens William Williams Thomas Bowens Thomas Williams Godfrey Harcourt William Phillipps Robert Rumsey Howel Morgan Charles Herbert Henry Jones Richard Williams Morgan Watkins Esquire William Powell Thomas Price Esquires Edward Games of Tregare Edward Games of Cnwy Howel Gwynn Edward Jeffreys Thomas Williams Henry Williams John Watkins Lewis Lloyd John Davies Edward Winter Edward Williams Thomas Jones Lewis Jones William Jones Joshua Parry Thomas Maddock Job Watkins Richard Hughs Esquire William Watkins of Pont y wall Henry Jones Esquire. William Morgan of Went Alt John Thomas Francis Lewis John Rumsey Thomas Price Lewis Powell Gentlemen Master Penry of Llwyn Kanteven Thomas Williams William Williams of Battle Zacheus Gunter Edward Price James Watkins of Shephouse William Watkins of Talgarth Richard Watkins Roger Meller John Philips Mr.Stedman of Doll y Gate John Lloyd Marmaduke James Lewis Havard ( (fn. 114) ) William Gunter John Price William Williams Henry Herbert Hugh Powell Chaunter Edward Gwynn Clerke William Lloyd Walter Wynter Jenkin Jones of Devynock William Williams of Aberanell Edward Hughes Gentlemen Edward Lewis Thomas Flower William Wynter Alexander Griffiths Esquires George Powell Henry Williams of Bayley Bryth Daniel Price Marmaduke Gwynn John Jones of Coyty Rice Penry Coroner William Aubrey Roger Price Mr. Butcher Paul Williams Thomas Lloyd of Brecon Francis Lloyd John Lloyd jun[ior] Reece Lloyd Thomas Williams John Evans Jacob James Phillipp Williams.

For the County of Cardigan.

The Right Honourable John Lord Viscount Lisborne of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir William Wogan Knight Serjeant att Law The Honourable Mr. Justice Gibbs Sir John Pryse Baronett Sir Charles Lloyd Knight John Lewis of Coedmaur Martin Button William Herbert of Havod Thomas Lloyd formerly of [Olmarch (fn. 115) ] Walter Lloyd John Knowles John Lloyd of Peterwell Richard Lloyd of Mabus. John Phillipps of Doll-hayth Vaughan Pryse of Kilkennin Edward Pryse of Gogerthan Richard Stedman of the Abby Hugh Lloyd of Foeshelig David Lloyd of Wernnewth David Parry of Noyeth John Lewis senior John Lewis junior John Williams of Talley Francis Vaughan John Jones of Aber-maid Samuel Hughes of [Crigmore (fn. 116) ] Samuel Hughes of Crigmore Samuel Hughes John Williams of Ubernantbychan Esquires The Mayor of Cardigan for the time being Edward Phillipps Erasmus Lloyd of Mabus John Phillipps junior Owen Evans Clerk Howell Penry Clerk John. Parrey Clerk John Lloyd of Lodge Stephen Parry of Rhodmaid Lewis Lewis Thomas Knoles John Morrice Doctor of Physick Roderick Richards James Lewis Gentlemen.

For the County Borough of Carmarthen.

The Mayor Council and Sheriffs for the time being Sir Sackvile Crow Sir Rice Rudd Sir Hugh Owen Baronetts Richard Vaughan of Terraycoyd Rowland Gwynn Francis Windham William Brigstock Henry Lloyd John Edwards Esquires John Edwards John Powell George Lewis Nicholas Williams John Scurlock Anthony Jones and James Phillips Gentlemen.

For the County of Carmarthen.

Nicholas Williams High Sheriff Sir Thomas Stepney Sir William Mansell Sir Sackvill Crow Sir Rice Rudd Sir William Russell Sir Edward Mansell Baronetts Sir William Wogan Knight His Majesties Serjeant att Law Marmaduke Gibbs Esquire Sir Orlando Gee Kn[en]t. Sackvile [Crow (fn. 117) ] Richard Vaughan of Tarycoed Griffith Rice John Tredenham Thomas Cornwallis Rowland Gwynn Thomas Powell. Christopher Middleton Thomas Lloyd of Berlandowyll Richard Vaughan of Derwich Richard Jones Thomas Jones of Altycadno Richard Gwynne of Guempa Griffith Lloyd Rawleigh Mansell Wal. Middleton Sackvill Gwynn Roger Maynwaring John Lloyd of Llangeneth Henry Owens William Brigstock Thomas Lloyd of Danyrallt Arthur Gwynn John Williams of Talley Thomas Gwynn the Elder Edward Jones Henry Lloyd of Lanstephan Francis Lloyd William Bevan of Pencoed John Phillipps of Dolehaidd John Williams of Carmarthen Samuel Hughes John Vaughan John Edwards Francis Browne John Llangharn Nathan Griffis Esquires Edward Vaughan of Tarrycoed Anthony Rudd George Gwynn Richard Middleton John Powell John Williams of Abercothey Charles Gwynn Morgan Jones George Gwynn David Gwynn Thomas Maynwaring Owen Bowen Thomas Phillipps of Kilsant Henry Lewis Griffith Elliott William Bynon David Lewis of Llysnewith Henry Vaughan John Jones of Colebrooke William Brigstock James Phillipps Zacharias Bevans Daniel Lingar Thomas Thomas James Jones of Dolecothy John Morgan Thomas Morgan Lewis Price Walter Morgan Hugh Jones David Williams of Mothey Anthony Williams Benjamin Lewis John Williams of Combddu William Davis of Drusloyne Charles Dalton Thomas Phillips of Llandarog Matthew Harbotle Jenkin Rice Griffith William Richard Phillips of Love's Lodge Evan Harries Anthony Jones of Abergwilly Thomas Phillips of Bremenda Lewis Lloyd John Phillips of Whitehouse John Jones of Llanvinith David Evans Evan Price Morgan Davies Oliver Howell Captaine Thomas Jones Richard Phillipps of Pencareg John Jones Gents Edward Davies of Pentrey Gents.

For the County of Carnarvan.

Richard Lord Bulkeley Viscount Cashell in the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honoble Edward Lord Russell Son to the Duke of Bedford The Honourable Thomas Bulkeley Esquire Sir Roger Mostyn Baronett Sir John Wynne Knight and Baronett Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Sir Robert Owen Knight Sir Robert. Cotton Knight Sir Griffith Williams Baronett John Hooke Francis Lloyd Nicholas Bagnall Roger Price Richard Vaughan Pierce Lloyd William Williams of Place y ward Arthur Owen Hugh Nanney Owen Hughes Henry Vaughan of Pant-Glase George Twisleton George Coytmore Morice Jones John Barlow Love [Parry (fn. 118) ] John Jones Doctor of Divinity Owen Wynne of Glascoed James Brunkyrd Richard Glynne Arthur Williams John Rowlands Rowland Wynne Llanvnda Richard Maddrin John Thomas Robert Hookes Edward Holland William Wynne of Wern William Wynne Glan yr afon William Morgan Richard. Edwards Owen Wynne Penybrin Griffith Wynne Stymllyn Hugh Lewis Robert Pugh John Lloyd ap [Berthayr (fn. 119) ] John Williams Thomas Fletcher Lloyd Bodvell Esquires Griffith Carreg Lancelot Bulkely Lewis Lloyd John Williams Humphrey Roberts George Coytmore the younger William Williams William Griffith Pen yrallt. John Vaughan of Castell March Edward Peirce of Llysvaine Robert Griffith of Bach Saint. John Morrice William Crosse Thomas Price John Rowland Thomas Thomas Thomas, Fletcher Esq[uire] Robert Prichard Gents Watkin Owen and John Edmonds John Edwards William Williams of Byen William Griffith Gentlemen.

For the County of Denbigh.

The Honourable Sir John Trevor Master of the Rolls Sir Joseph Jekyll Chief Justice of Chester Sir Edward Broughton Baronett High Sheriff of the said County Sir John Wynne Knight and Baronett Sir Richard Middleton Sir Walter Baggott Baronetts Sir Robert Cotton Knight and Barronett Sir John Conway Sir Roger Mostyn Baronetts Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Sir Robert Owen Knight William Williams Esq[uire] Thomas Carter Esquire Edward Vauchan Esquire Robert Davies Esquire Edward Brereton Esquire Ambrose Thelwall Esq[uire] Kenrick Eyton Esquire Eubule Thelwall Esquire Roger Mostyn Esquire David Parry Esquire Peter Ellis Esquire Joshua Edisbury Esq[uire] Robert Price of Gillar Esquire. Cadwallader Wynne Esquire William Robinson Esquire John Roberts of Havody-Bwch Esquire Hedd Lloyd Esq[uire] John Middleton Esquire Richard. Middleton Esquire Ellis Lloyd Esquire Sydney Godolphin Esquire Thomas Jones of Carakoua Esq[uire] Edward Chambers Esquire Thomas Wynne of Dyffrynalled Esquire Owen Wyn of Llwyn Esquire David Morrice of Llorain Es[quire[ Robert Griffiths of Brumbo Esquire William Rutter Esquire John Williams Esquire John Wynn of Gop David Williams John Puleston of Havody-[Wern (fn. 120) ] William Rutter Simon Thelwall John Lloyd of Gwrich John Maesmore Esquires Robert Wynne of Maesmochnant John Lloyd of Llanfydd Gentlemen Robert Wynne Chancellor of Saint Asaph Francis Lloyd Rector of Llandurnog Maurice Jones Rector of Kerig-y-dridion Robert Salusbury of Plase Issa Edward Griffith of Plase Newydd David Lloyd of Bodnant Gentlemen John Wynne of Tarm Esquire Roger, Middleton Edward Lloyd of Plase Maddock Samuel Lloyd of the same Booth Bassett-Richard Eyton Daniel Lloyd of Llangollen, John Puleston of Pickill Robert Edwards of Plase Yollin Edward Lloyd of Dwynfar John Ashpole Evan Lloyd of Llangun Peter Foulks of Erriviat John Foulks of the same Robert Lloyd of Hendrevailod Hugh Edwards of Egghisevach Edward Lloyd of Llanarmon Andrew Thelwall Roger Trevor Thomas Lloyd of Rossa Gentlemen Humphrey Kynaston Esquire, Charles Middelton of Llandurnog Richard Lloyd of Molevrey Thomas Price of Glyn Gentlemen Richard Mostyn Esquire Morris Jones Esquire John Wynn of Halton Morris Wynn of Llanganhavall Thomas Price of Bwlch Hugh. Hughes of Bryntangor John Lloyd of Brynlyarth Evan Lloyd of Croyseyockin John Morris of Llys Watkins Owens Meredith Wynn of Nantclyn Timothy Middleton John Haymon of Haltan Richard Wynne of Aberkymleth Humphrey Yale of Plase yn Yale Edward Maurice of Salone Theodore Maurice John Vauchan of Tybrith Thomas Holland of Llanellien Gentlemen Henry Vauchan of Pentglare Esquire William Davies of [Towin (fn. 121) ] Owen Williams of Kynnant Thomas. Shaw Gentlemen Edward. Griffith Esquire Robert Knowles Richard Matthews John Salusbury Robert Price Edward Hughes of Dreymore Peirce Foulkes Thomas. Twiston John Lloyd of Berth Foulk Salusbury Richard Salusbury Gentlemen The Aldermen & Bailiffs of the Towne of Denbigh for the time being Maurice Wynn Roger Gethin John Vauchan of Groise John Heaton Foulk Davies John Wynne Gentlemen John Lloyd of Rossa David Lloyd John Lloyd of Plase George Griffith Thomas Price of Glynn David Lloyd of Llangollen Thomas Lloyd of John Morris Henry Powell of Llandurnog Gentlemen William Eyton Esq[uire] Thomas Holland of Teirdan Esquire John Hill Esquire.

For the County of Flint.

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Master of the Rolls Sir Joseph Jekyll Knight Chief Justice of Chester Sir John Hanmer Baronett Sir Thomas Grosvenor Baronett Sir Robert Cotton Baronett Sir Richard Middleton Sir John Conway Baronetts Sir William Glynn Baronett Sir Roger Mostyn Baronett Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Thomas Ravenscroft Coll. Thomas Salisbury Thomas Mostyn of Ruyd Thomas Hanmer of Betchfield Thomas Hanmer of the Fenns Thomas Carter Roger Price Robert Davis William Lloyd John Broughton Richard Mostyn Thomas Eyton Edward Lloyd of Tyddin Peirce Pennant Edward Brereton Ellis Young John Wynne of Copper Lenny Thomas Evans Owen Barton George Hope Hugh Griffith Edward Morgan Kendrick Eyton Edward Kynaston Thomas Williams Thomas Humphreyes Peter Pennant Roger Pennant Josias Jones senior John Lloyd of Pentre Hobbin Thomas Lloyd of Guvernhallerd John Wynne of Farne William Rutter John Davis Peter Davis Thomas Ravenscroft of Pickhill Roger Mostyn Thomas Pennant William Griffith of Girn John Lloyd Esquires Doctor Hugh Peers John Puleston of Prickhill Thomas Edwards of Brinford John Wynne of Leeswood Thomas Foulkes of Vaynoll John Pennant Thomas Foulkes of Mertin Francis Edwards Henry Lloyd George Williams Thomas Lloyd Register of S[en]t. Asaph John Lloyd of Saint Asaph John Lloyd of Pengreene Peter Wynne of Tower Samuel Mostyn Josias Jones junior John Conway of the Hill Roger Davis of Longrey John Evans of Bant Evan William Cratchley Eubule Wynne Thomas Jones Roger Jones sen[ior] Edward Bithell Edward Lewes Edward Mostyn John Davis of Henfryn Evan Lloyd Gents John Brookes Cap[en]t. John Morris John Wynne of Tower.

For the County of Glamorgan.

Charles. Lord Marquesse of Worcester Eldest Son to his Grace the Duke of Beaufort Sir Edward Mansell Sir Edward Stradling Baronetts Sir Charles Kemeys Sir John Awbrey Baronetts Sir Rowland Gwynne Sir Humphrey Mackworth Sir Humphrey Edwyn Knights George Howells High Sheriff Thomas Mansell Thomas Morgan Richard Lewis Bussey Mansell Richard Jenkins Thomas Lewis Francis Gwynn Richard Seys Marmaduke Gibbs Richard Lougher Samuel Edwyn William Seys Edward Mansell William Matthews Martin Button Thomas Button Thomas Thomas of Llanbradach Oliver S[en]t John George Bowen Edward Turbervil Christopher Portrey Evan Evans Thomas Gibbon William Awbrey Reynold Deer Richard Herbert John Price Lyson Llewellin Andrew Matthews Thomas Mansell of Penrice Jeremy Daukins Thomas Rees of Ogmore Doctor John Jones of Landaff Francis Wyndham Thomas Powell of Landow William Edwards William Dawkins John Franklyn John Bennett William Harris Griffith Thomas Richard Carne of Gilleston. Thomas Powell of Goitreheane Godwin Herbert Alexander Trotter James Allen William Phillipps Iltid Nicholl of the Ham Iltid Nicholl John Hopkin Thomas Daniel Morrice John Bassett Thomas Price Thomas Popkins Anthony Gwynn Rowland Hughes Matthew Seys Phillipp William Richard William Anthony Thomas Roger Powell Richard Jenkins Anthony Powell of Luydarth William Morgan of Loydygoras Thomas Rees of Roath Robert Bydder Thomas Bydder Thomas Williams of Lanishen Roger Williams Richard Thomas Edward Jenkins William Thomas of Myskin William Richards The Bayliffs of Cardiff for the time being William Thomas Towne-Clerk The Bayliffs of Cowbridge The Protreeves of Neath and Swanzey.

For the County of Merioneth.

Sir John Wynne Knight and Baronett Sir Richard Middleton Baronett Sir Griffith Will[ia]ms Baronett Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Sir Robert Owen Knight Richard Vaughan High Sheriff of this County Hugh Nanney Esq[uire] Roger Salusbury Esq[uire] Roger Price Esq[uire] Francis Herbert Esq[uire] Edward Vaughan Esquire Richard Owen Esquire John Nanny of Macespandy Esq[uire] William Williams Esquire Vincent Corbett Esq[uire] John Lloyd Esq[uire] William Lewis Anwyll Esquire Howell Vaughan Esq[uire] William Pugh Esq[uire] Simon Lloyd Esq[uire] Thomas Price Esq[uire] Morris Jones of DDole Esq[uire] David Lloyd of Hendre Esq[uire] Charles Hughes Esq[uire] Edmond Meyricke Esq[uire] Robert Nanney Esq[uire] Owen Wynne Esq[uire] William Wynne Esquire John Vaughan of Caregay John Vaughan of Glanyllyne Esq[uire] William Nanney Esq[uire] William Eyton Esq[uire] Evan Wynne of Cwmmine Esq[uire] John Maesmor Esq[uire] Richard Mitton Esq[uire] Edward Holland Esq[uire] [Edward Holland (fn. 122) ] Esq[uire] John Jones Esq[uire]. John Owen of Caerberllan Esq[uire] Robert Pugh of Doleymoch Esq[uire] Hugh Tydder Esq[uire] Rowland Price Esq[uire] John Lloyd of Llwynegerwyn Thomas Lloyd of Llandegwyn Edward Owen of Gwastadfryn Edward Price Ellis Oliver Robert Oliver of Baln William Roberts Charles Evans Owen Pritchard Rowland Ellis William Humphreys John Humphreys Jeremiah Edwards Morris Will[ia]ms Griffitth Wynne of Taltrithin Charles Hanmer and Evan Williams Coroner Gentlemen.

For the County of Mountgomery.

The Honourable Andrew Newport Esq[uire] Sir Joseph Jekyll Chief Justice of Chester Sir Charles Lloyd Sir John Price Sir Uvedale Corbett Sir Richard Middleton Sir Edward Leighton Baronetts Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Sir Salathiell Lovell Knight Price Deveraux Will[ia]m Pugh of Mathaverne John Kynaston Edward Vaughan Francis Herbert John Matthews Matthew Morgan Athalaston Owens Walter Clopton John Edwards of Rorington Edward Barrett Arthur Vaughan Thomas Rock Walter Price Arthur Deveraux Richard Mytton Evan Glynne Gabriel Wynne Richard Lee Phillipp Eyton Daniel Whittingham John Vaughan Richard [Stedman (fn. 123) ] Thomas Mason Nathaniel Maurice Humphrey Kynaston Thomas Lloyd Arthur Weaver Matthew Price Peirce Lloyd Edward Owens of the Woodhouse Edward Price Thomas Lyster William Williams Robert Lloyd Meredith Morgan Vincent Peirce Rowland Owen of Llunlloeth William Lewis Anwill Lumley Williams junior John Thomas of Penegos Thomas Severne Price Clun Edward Price of Llanllohayan John Read Thomas Jucks Edmund Lloyd Richard Ingram Richard Owens of Glynn John Williams Humphrey Lloyd Humphrey Jones Adam Price Charles Mason Henry Biggs Esquires Edward Powell Ralph Kynaston Richard Price of Trewylan Richard Hughes Gilbert Jones John Griffiths of Glanravren Richard Rock Samuel Atherton John Bright of Pentre John Thomas of Brompton Roger Trevor Richard. Matthews Robert Ingram Brockwell Griffiths Brockwell Wynne William Lloyd of Finant Richard Price of Gunley Vaughan Devereux Thomas Griffiths Thomas Hodson Samuell Lloyd John Vaughan of Myvod Hugh Derwas Hugh Davies of Collfryn John Davies of the same Thomas Garbett William Evans of Llandrinio Evan Jones of Llanllothian Morgan Edwards Richard Price of Pennarth John Herbert David Meredith of Llanwothelan Richard Wilson Edward Evance Richard Glynne Rees Lloyd of Clochwan Evan Bowen of Penyrallt John Wilson Edmond Price Randle Owen. Richard Whittingham of the Farme William Peirce William Davies Captain John Lloyd of Domgay John Middleton of Churchstock Evan Jones John Pugh of Kerry Lewis Williams of Llwynyruddith Robert Davies of Maesmawr James Price William Corbett Matthew Matthews of Wernddu John Vaughan of Keel Hugh Davies of Dyserth Thomas Jones of Clegwrddwr Richard Owen John Carreg John Griffiths of Bachye George Higgins Richard Price of Bettus Gentlemen John Mostyn John Edwards Thomas Parry Clerks Edward Morris of Mountgomery Thomas Biggs of Salop Edward Davies of Collfryn Gentlemen George Robinson Gentleman.

For the County of Pembrooke.

The Sheriff for the time being Richard Lord Bulkeley Viscount in the Kingdoms of Ireland Sir William Wogan Knight His Majesties Serjeant att Law Marmaduke Gibbs Esq[uire] Sir John Phillipps Sir Thomas Stepney Sir Hugh Owen Sir Gilbert Lord Baronetts Arthur Owen senior Essex Meyrick Arthur Owen jun[ior] John Barlow sen[ior] William Scourfeild Walter Middleton John Lewis of Coedmore Lewis Wogan of Wiston Will[ia]m Wogan John Barlow jun[ior] Morris Bowen William Skyrme Charles Phillipps George Lort John Langharne Thomas Lloyd of Grove John Lewis of Manernawen Henry Walter George Meare William Allen Griffith Hawkwell George Bowen of Llangwaire William Warren Thomas Corbett John Phillipps of Trelewhellin John Edwards Arthur Langharne George Lloyd Warwick Lake Esquires Owen Ford William Davies of Lampetter Griffith Elliott Gwyn Vaughan George Owen of Colby James Phillipps sen[ior] Robert Williams William Ford sen[ior] John Child Theophilus Jones John Jones of Pantyderry John Owen of Preskelly sen? John Owen of Preskelly ju? Rice Adams William Ford jun? Roger Adams Nicholas Holland James Phillipps of Tenby Charles Jordan William Bowen of Leveston George Bowen Matthew Bowen George Jones of [Brandy (fn. 124) ] Thomas Lloyd of Penpedwest Thomas Davids of Llwyngorras Nicholas Morgan William Bateman of Eashooke Roger Phillipps Morris Maurice Stephen Maurice Stephen Lewis Wi?m Lewis John Sym[m]onds of Martell George Harris of Tregwynt John Phillipps of Ford Thomas Langharne of Bangeston John Wogan John Picton John Tucker John Allen of Good-Hooke John Wolley Daniel Poyer Barrett Bowen Robert Prist John Fowler Gentlemen The Mayor of Pembroke for the time being Francis Rogers Francis Dawes John Coursey Alexander Ford John Rixon Richard Bosher Aldermen The Mayor of Tenby for the time being James Lloyd Devereux Hammond Arthur Russell Peter Barrett Aldermen James Phillipps Phillipp Elliott Humphrey Ray and Robert Gething Gentlemen.

For the County of Radnor.

The Right Honorable Thomas Lord Coningesby of the Kingedome of Ireland Sir Standish Hartstongue Baronett Sir Edward Harley Knight of the Bath Sir Rowand Gwynn Sir Edward Williams Sir Lacon Child Knights Robert Harley William Fowler Thomas Williams John Walcott John Jeffreys Edward Lewis of Monaughty Thomas Harley Edward Harley Samuel Powell Hugh Lewis Henry Probert Edward Price Edward Howorth Littleton Powell Thomas Lewis of Harpton Robert Cutler Marmaduke Gwynne Morgan Vaughan Richard Crother Nicholas Taylor Robert Lucy Charles Lloyd William Brewster Evan Bowen Thomas Howorth Lewis Loyd Thomas Lewis of Nangwilte Phillips Probert Nicholas Meredith John Davies of Vronlace John Davies of Coedglasson Herbert Weston David Powell Evan Vaughan Coroner Esquire Thomas Davies of Comtoyther Adam Price Marmaduke Gwynn ju? Nurse Lewis Thomas Holl Lemuel Lloyd Andrew Davies Walter Vaughan Nehemiah Kettleby Jonas Stephens William Taylor Thomas Tonman Lloyd Weston Peter Richards John Stephens Henry Bull Thomas Powell Edward Phillipps Griffith Paine Walter Price John Whitney Thomas Owen James Donne William Chamberlaine Roger Russell John Clarke Charles Jones John Watkins of Aberedow Thomas Probert Walter Griffith Thomas Griffith of Cloyney James Lloyd Henry Winter Hugh Evans Thomas Price Robert Williams Henry Vaughan John Price Gentlemen The Bayliffe of Radnor for the time being Robert Price Esquire Recorder John Davies of Vronlace Hugh Stephens Hugh Lewis of Hendwall Herbert Weston Samuel Tonman Lloyd Weston Henry Bull Esquires Joseph Holl Griffith Payne David Powell John Stephens Jonas Stephens Phillipp Taylor John Powell & David Morgan Gents.

For the Towne and County of Haverford-West.

The Mayor Aldermen and Sheriff for the time being Sir John Phillipps Sir Hugh Owen Baronetts Sir William Wogan Knight His Maj[es]ties Serjeant att Law Marmaduke Gibbs Arthur Owen junior William Wogan Esquires Doctor Flayerton. Thomas Bowen Towne-Clerke Charles Davies Gentleman.

VI.

Commissioners to meet in the several Counties, &c. on or before 20th April 1698, to execute this Act.; Commissioners to set down in Writing the Proportions to be paid in each Division; May subdivide themselves, and agree what Number shall acter in each Hundred, &c; Such Division not to restrain them from action in any other Part of the County.

And be it further enacted and declared That the several Commissioners aforesaid shall meet together att the most usuall and common Place of Meeting within each of the said Counties Ridings Cities Boroughs Townes and Places respectively for which they are hereby appointed Co[m]missioners on or before the Twentieth Day of April One thousand six hundred ninety and eight and shall meet afterwards in like manner as often as it shall be necessary for the putting of this Act in Execution And the said Commissioners or so many of them as shall be present att such General Meeting or Meetings or the major Part of them are hereby authorized & required to putt this present Act in Execution according to the best of their Judgements & Directions And shall ascertaine & sett downe in Writing the several Proportions which in their Judgements & Discretions ought to be charged upon every Hundred Lath Wapentake Rape Ward or other Division respectively for & towards the raiseing & making upp of the whole Su[m]m by this Act. charged upon the whole County City or other Place for which they are hereby named Co[m]missioners And shall also if they see Cause subdivide & distribute themselves & the other Co[m]missioners not then p[re]sent into lesser Numbers so as Two or more of the said. Co[m]missioners may be appointed for the Service of each Hundred Lath Wapentake Rape Ward or other Division & as may best conduce to the carrying on of His Majesties Service hereby required Neverthelesse not thereby to restraine the said Co[m]missioners or any of them from acting as Co[m]missioners in any other Part of the County or Place for which they are nominated.

VII. Commissioners to agree what Number shall act in each Division.

Commissioners to cause the Proportions to be equally assessed; Precepts to be directed to inhabitants, &c. requiring them to appear at a Place and Time, not exceeding Ten Days, then to read; the Rates, and charge them how to make Certificates; Such Persons absenting without Excuse, or refusing to serve,; Penalty; Commissioners to direct Warrants for Assessors; Assessors to assess the full Sum and bring in Certificate of Assessment; and to return Collectors; for whom Parish, &c. answerable; Assessor, before he acts, to take the Oaths of 1 W. & M. Sess. 1, c.8; Assessors to deliver One Copy of Assessment to Commissioners,; who are to sign and seal Two Duplicates; one to be delivered to Collector, the other to Receiver General; A like Duplicate transmitted to Remembrancer's Office,; all Appeals being first determined.

And for the more effectual Performance thereof Be it enacted & declared That the Commissioners att such General Meeting or the major Part of them shall also agree & sett downe in Writing who & what Number of the said Co[m]missioners shall act in each of the said Divisions or Hundreds & shall deliver true Copies of such Writings to the Receiver General to be appointed by His Majestie to the end there may be no failure in any Part of the due Execution of the Service by this Act required. And the Co[m]missioners within the several Hundreds Lathes Wapentakes Rapes Wards or other Divisions or any Two or more of them are hereby authorized & required to cause the several Proportions charged on the respective Hundreds Lathes. Wapentakes Rapes Wards or other Divisions and on every Parish & Place therein for or towards the Aid hereby granted to be equally assessed & taxed and for that End & Purpose to direct their several or joynt Precept or Precepts to such Inhabitants High Constables Petty Constables Bayliffs or other Officers or Ministers [or (fn. 125) ] such Number: of them as they in their Discretions shall think most convenient to be Presenters and Assessors requiring them to appeare before the said Co[m]missioners att such Place & Time not exceeding Ten Days as they shall appoint And att such their Appearances the said Commissioners or such of them that shall be then present shall openly declare the Effect of their Charge to them and how and in what manner they should & ought to make their Assessments & how they ought to proceed in the Execution of this Act according to the true Meaning of the same And if any such Constable Petty Constable Bayliffe Officer Minister or other Inhritants to whom any Precept shall be directed shall absent themselves without lawfull Excuse to be made out by the Oaths of Two Credible Witnesses which Oaths the said Commissioners or any Two of them are hereby impowered to administer or if any Person appearing shall refuse to serve then every such Person so making Default or refusing to serve shall for every such Default or Refusal forfeit & lose unto His Majestie such Su[m]ms as the Co[m]missioners or so many as shall be present or the major part of them being present shall think fitt not exceeding the Su[m]m of Five Pounds And after such Charge given as aforesaid the said Co[m]missioners shall take Care that Warrents be issued forth & directed to Two att least of the most able & sufficient Inhabitants of each Parish Township or Place within the respective Divisions thereby appointing and requiring them to be Assessors of all & every the Rates & Su[m]ms of Money by this Act imposed And shall therein also appoint and prefix a certaine Day and Place for the said Assessors to appeare before them and to bring in their Assessments in Writing which said Assessors are hereby strictly enjoyned and required with all Care and Diligence to assesse the full Su[m]m given them in Charge respectively upon all Ready Money Debts Personal Estates Offices and Imployments according to this Act and by an equal Pound Rate upon all Mannors Lands Tenements Rents Hereditaments and other the Premises within the Limitts Circuits and Bounds of the respective Parishes & Places for which they shall be so appointed Assessors as aforesaid And shall bring with them att the Time & Place so as aforesaid prefixed for their Appearance a Certificate in Writing of the said Assessment And shall then also returne the Names of Two or more able & sufficient Persons living within the Limitts & Boóunds of those Parishes Towneshipps Constablewicks or Places where they shall be chargeble respectively to be Collectors of the Moneys to be paid to His Majesty by [this (fn. 126) ] Act for whose paying in to the Receiver General or his Deputy in manner hereafter menc[i]oned such Moneys as they shall be charged withall the Parish or Place wherein they are so imployed shall be answerable And every Assessor appointed or to be appointed by virtue of this Act shall before hee take upon him the Execution of the said Imployment take the Oaths mentioned and required to be taken by an Act made in the Parliament held in the first Yeare of the Reigne of King William & Queen Mary intituled An Act for the abrogating the Oaths of Supremacy & Allegiance and appointing other Oaths which Oaths any Two or more of the [s?d (fn. 127) ] Co[m]missioners in the County City or Place where the said Assessment is to be made have hereby Power and are required to administer And for the compleating of the whole Su[m]m charged as aforesaid and to the end the aforesaid Su[m]ms charged upon the several and respective Counties Ridings Cities Boroughs Townes and Places may be duely collected and true Accounts thereof made the said Assessors are hereby required to deliver one Copy of their respective Assessments fairely written & subscribed by them unto the said Commissioners within the time to be prefixed as aforesaid And the said Co[m]missioners or any Two or more of them are hereby ordered & required to signe & seale Two Duplicates of the said Assessments & the One of them to deliver or cause to be delivered to Two or more honest & responsible Persons to be Collector or Collectors which the said Co[m]missioners are hereby authorized to nominate & appoint for each Parish or Place with Warrant to the said Collector or Collectors to collect the same Assessment payable as aforesaid so as the said several Su[m]ms may be paid in to the said Receivers General att the respective-times hereby limitted And the said Co[m]missioners are hereby required to deliver or [cause (fn. 128) ] to be delivered a Schedule or Duplicate in Parchment under their Hands and Seales fairely written containing the whole Su[m]m assessed upon each Parish or Place unto the Receiver General of each County Riding City Borough Towne or Place respectively or his Deputy And shall transmitt or cause to be transmitted a like Schedule or Duplicate into the Kings Remembrancers Office of the Exchequer And this the said Co[m]missioners shall cause to be done upon or before the Foure & twentieth Day of June One thousand six hundred ninety & eight or within Twenty Days after (all Appeals to them made being first determined.

VIII. Collectors to demand, &c. Rates at last Place of Abode.

Collectors to pay to Receiver General, &c. as Commissioners shall appoint.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the said Persons so appointed to be Collectors as aforesaid shall levy and collect all & every the Rates or Taxes so assessed & charged according to the Intent & Direction of this Act which said Collectors are hereby required to demand all & every the Su[m]m and Su[m]ms of Money which shall be so taxed & assessed of the Parties themselves as the same shall become due if they can be found or else att the Place of their last Abode or upon the Premises charged with the Assessment And the said several Collectors shall collect & levy the said Moneys so charged for His Majesties Use & are hereby required & enjoyned to pay unto the respective Receivers General or their Deputies all and every the said Rates & Assessments by them respectively collected or received att such Time or Times Place or Places as the Commissioners or any two or more of them shall appoint & so as the whole Summ due for each Quarterly Payment shall be paid or answered by the Collectors to the Receivers General or their Deputies respectively upon the days and att the times by this Act appointed for the Payment thereof.

IX. Money received by Collectors, paid to Receiver General or his Deputy.

Notice by Receiver General to Commissioners of such Payment, Receipt of Receiver General Discharge to Collector.; Collectors to pay to Receiver General, &c.

And be it further enacted & declared by the Authority aforesaid That the Money received by the said Collectors within the respective Divisions or Hundreds as aforesaid shall from time to time be duely paid to the Receiver General or his Deputy or Deputies to be appointed under his Hand & Seale whereof notice under the Hand & Seale of the Receiver General shall be given unto the Co[m]missioners or any two or more of them within the respective Divisions or Hundreds within ten days after the first General Meeting & so from time to time within ten days after every Death or Removal of any Deputy (if any such shall happen) & the Receipt of such Receiver General his Deputy or Deputies or any of them (which Receipt or Acquittance shall be given gratis to the Collectors for all Moneys by them paid) shall be a sufficient Discharge to every such Collector And the particular :Collectors are hereby required to pay in all & every the Su[m]ms so received by them unto the said Receivers General or their Deputy or Deputies for Payment whereof the said Collectors shall not be obliged to travel above Ten Miles from the Place or Places of their Habitac[i]ons.

X. Times appointed for the Four Quarterly Payments.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the Su[m]m of Three hundred seventy one thousand & three Pounds Fifteene Shillings & Six Pence for the first Quarterly Payment shall be collected levied & paid unto the Receivers General of the said several Counties Cities or other Places who shall be appointed by His Majesty. on or before the Second Day of May One thousand six hundred ninety. & eight And the Summ of Three hundred seventy one thousand & three Pounds Fifteene Shillings & Six Pence for the second Payment of the said Quarterly Payments on or before the Second Day of August One thousand six hundred ninety and eight And the Su[m]m of Three hundred seventy one thousand & three Pounds. Fifteene Shillings & Six Pence for the Third of the said Foure Quarterly Payments on or before the Second Day of November One thousand six hundred ninety & eight And the Su[m]m of Three hundred seventy one thousand & three Pounds Fifteene Shillings & Five Pence Three Farthings for the Fourth and last of the said Foure Quarterly Payments on or before the Second Day of February One thousand six hundred ninety and eight.

XI. Receiver General to give Commissioners a Receipt for Monies received by them.

Such Receipt a Discharge to Division, &c.; Receiver General to transmit Monies to Exchequer. Salary to Receiver General.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Receiver General from time to time within the Space of One Month next after hee shall have received the full Su[m]m that shall be charged on any Hundred or Division for each particular Payment that is to be made to such Receiver General by virtue of this Act shall give to the Co[m]missioners that shall act in such Hundred or Division a Receipt under his Hand & Seale acknowledging the Receipt of the full Su[m]m charged upon such Hundred or Division for such particular Payment Which Receipt shall be a full Discharge for each Hundred or Division for such particular Payment against His Majesty His Heires & Successors which said Receivers General are hereby required forthwith that is to say within Twenty Days after the Receipt of the same as aforesaid to transmitt or cause to be paid the Moneys by them received into the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer And the Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Treasury are hereby authorized to allow the said Receiver General of each County Riding City & Towne respectively a Salary for his Paines not exceeding Two Pence in the Pound for so much as hee shall pay into the Exchequer upon the clearing of his Account.

XII. Allowance to Collectors.

Allowance to Commissioners Clerks paid by Receiver General.

And be it further enacted & declared by the Authority aforesaid That the Collectors of the Rates & Assessments hereby granted for gathering the particular Su[m]ms charged upon the Parish or Place for which they shall be appointed Collectors by virtue of this Act shall upon Collection of the whole Su[m]m appointed to be collected by them & Payment thereof as is hereby before appointed have & receive for their Paines in collecting and paying the Moneys Three Pence in the Pound which the said Collectors are impowered to detaine out of the last Payment of the Money of their several and respective Foure Quarterly Payments And the said [Receiver (fn. 129) ] General upon the Receipt of the whole Assessments of the County Riding City or Towne for which hee is appointed Receiver General in case hee hath received the several Duplicates of each Parish or Place therein & that Duplicates shall be returned to the Office of His Majesties Remembrancer of the Exchequer as aforesaid & not otherwise shall allow & pay according to such Warrant as shall be in that behalfe given by the said Co[m]missioners or any of them Three Halfe pence in the Pound for the Co[m]missioners Clerks for their Paines in faire writing the Assessments Duplicates and Copies herein before directed.

XIII. Persons charged refusing, &c. to pay,

Distress issued, and Proceedings thereon; Rate not paid in Four Days, Distress appraised and sold for Payment, and Overplus to Owner; Houses, &c. may be broken open, and Constables, &c. to be called in, who are to aid Collectors; Questions upon Distress determined by Commissioners.; Persons conveying away Goods, &c.; Commissioners may imprison (except Peers).; Tenants to pay Rate, and may deduct.; Landlords to allow Deduction.

And be it further enacted and declared That if any Person shall refuse or neglect to pay any Su[m]m of Money whereat hee shall be rated and assessed by this Act upon Demand by the said Collector of that Place according to the Precepts or Estreats to him or them delivered by the said Co[m]missioners that then and in every such Case it shall & may be lawfull to & for the said Collectors or any of them & they are hereby authorized and required to levy the Su[m]m assessed by Distresse & Sale of the Goods & Chattells of such Person so refusing or neglecting to pay or to distraine upon the Messuages Lands Tenements and Premisses so charged with any such Su[m]m or Sums of Money and the Goods and Chattells then and there found & the Distresse so taken to keep by the Space of Foure Days att the Costs and Charges of the Owners thereof And if the said Owners doe not pay the Su[m]m or Su[m]ms of Money so rated or assessed within the space of the said foure days then the said Distresse to be appraised by two or more of the Inhabitants where the same shall be taken or other sufficient Persons and to be sold by the Collectors for the Payment of the said Money & the Overplus coming by such Sale (if any be) over and above the Tax & Charges of taking and keeping of the Distresse to be imediately returned to the Owners thereof And moreover it shall be lawfull to breake open in the Day time any House and upon Warrant under the Hands & Seales of any Two or more of the said Co[m]missioners any Chest Trunk Box or other things where [any (fn. 130) ] such Goods are and to call to their assistance the Constable Tithingmen & Headboroughs within the Counties Ridings Cities Townes & Places where any Refusal Neglect or Resistance shall be made which said Officers are hereby required to be aiding & assisting in the Premisses as they will answer the contrary att their Perils And if any Question or Difference happen upon taking such Distresse the same shall be ended & determined by the said Co[m]missioners or any two or more of them And if any Person or Persons shall neglect or refuse to pay his or their Assessment by the space of foure days after Demand as aforesaid or convey away his or their Goods or other Personal Estate whereby the Su[m]ms of Money so assessed cannot be levied according to this Act in every such Case any two or more of the Co[m]missioners to be appointed as aforesaid for any City County or Place are hereby authorized by Warrants under their Hands & Seales to co[m]mitt such Person or Persons (except a Peer or Peeress of this Realme) to the Co[m]mon Goal there to be kept without Bail or Mainprize until Payment be made of the Money assessed and the Charges for bringing in of the same be paid & satisfied & no longer And the several & respective Tenant or Tenants of all Houses Lands Tenements and Hereditaments which shall be rated by virtue of this Act are hereby required and authorized to pay such Su[m]m or Su[m]ms of Money as shall be rated upon such Houses Lands Tenements or Hereditaments and to deduct out of the Rent so much of the said Rates as in respect of the said Rents of any such Houses Lands Tenements or Hereditaments the Landlord should or ought to pay & beare And the said Landlords both mediate & i[m]mediate according to their respective Interests are hereby required to allow such Deductions and Payments upon the Receipt of the residue of their Rents.

XIV. Tenant paying acquitted to Amount of Payment.

Difference between Landlord and Tenant as to Rate, Commissioners may settle; Upon over-rate, Appeal to Commissioners; Appeals once determined, final; If Rate assessed upon empty Houses, &c; or if Assessments not paid to Receiver General,; Commissioners, Assessors, &c. are to re-assess; Such new Assessments to be made, &c. as former Assessments.

And it is enacted and declared That every Tenant paying the said Assessments shall be acquitted & discharged for so much Money as the said Assessments shall amount unto as if the same had been actually paid unto such Person or Persons unto whom his Rents should have been due & payable And if any differences shall arise betweene Landlord & Tenant or any other concerning the said Rates the said several Co[m]missioners or any Two or more of them in their several Divisions shall & have hereby Power to settle the same as they shall think fitt And if any Person or Persons shall find him or themselves agrieved in that the Assessors have over-rated him or them & in Six Days after Demand made of the Su[m]m of Money assessed on him or them doe by him or themselves or by his or their Stewards or Bayliffs complaine to Three or more of the Co[m]missioners (whereof Two of the Commissioners who signed or allowed his her or their Assessment to be of that number) the said Co[m]missioners or any Three or more of them shall have & have hereby Power within Ten Days after the Demand of the Assessment as aforesaid to releive such Person or Persons & to charge the same on such other Person or Persons as they shall see Cause And Appeals once heard & determined to be final without any further Appeal upon any Pretence Whatsoever And in case the Proportions sett by this Act. upon all & every the respective Counties Ridings Cities Townes & Places shall not be fully assessed levied & paid according to the true meaning hereof or if any of the said Assessments shall be rated & imposed upon any Person not being of Ability to pay the same or upon any empty or void House or Land where the same cannot be collected or levied or that through Wilfulnesse Negligence Mistake or Accident the said Assessment charged on each County Riding City Towne or Place by virtue of this Act happen not to be paid to the Receiver General his Deputy or Deputies of the respective Counties as in this Act is directed That then & in all & every such Cases the several & respective Co[m]missioners Assessors & Collectors aforesaid and every of them respectively are hereby authorized & required to assesse or reassess or cause to be assessed or reassessed levied & paid all and every such Su[m]m and Su[m]ms of Money upon the respective Counties Ridings Cities Townes & Places or upon any the Divisions Hundreds or Parishes therein as to the said Co[m]missioners or such Number of them as by this Act are authorized to cause the First Assessment hereby required to be made shall seem most agreeable to Equity & Justice the said new Assessment to be made collected & paid in such Manner and by such Means as in this Act for this Assessment is declared and directed.

XV. Commissioners may fine Persons not executing Act.

Distress.

And be it further enacted and declared by the Authority aforesaid That if any Person or Persons shall wilfully neglect or refuse to p[er]forme his or their Duty in the due and speedy Execution of this present Act the said [respective (fn. 131) ] Co[m]missioners or any Two or more of them have hereby Power to impose on such person or persons so refusing or neglecting his or their Duties such Fine or Fines as by them shall be thought fitt and to cause the same to be levied by Distresse & Sale of his or their Goods.

XVI. Fine not to exceed £20; paid to Receivers General and by them into Exchequer.; Certificate thereof by Receiver General.

Provided that no Fine [to (fn. 131) ] be imposed by any of the said Co[m]missioners shall for any one Offence exceed the Su[m]m of Twenty Pounds which said Fine shall not be taken off or discharged but by the consent of the Majority of the Co[m]missioners who imposed the same And that all Fines that shall be imposed by virtue of this Act shall be paid to the respective Receivers General & by them to the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer & shall be inserted in the Duplicate in Parchment fairely written to be transmitted to the Office of the Kings Remembrancer as aforesaid that the same may be thereby knowne and charged in his Account.

XVII. Collector neglecting to pay or detaining Monies.

Proceedings by Commissioners; Commissioners so proceeding, to appoint a General Meeting; Notice thereof; Collectors not paying,; Proceedings by Commissioners.

And it is further enacted & declared That if any Collector that shall be by virtue of this Act appointed for the Receipt of any Su[m] or Su[m]ms of Money thereby to be assessed neglect or refuse to pay any Su[m]m or Su[m]ms of Money which shall by them be received as aforesaid & to ( (fn. 132) ) pay the same as in this Act is directed and shall detaine in his or their Hands any Money received by them or any of them and not pay the same as by this Act is directed the Co[m]missioners of each County Riding City or Towne respectively or any Two or more of them in their respective Divisions are hereby authorized & impowered to imprison the person and seize and secure the Estate both Real and Personal of such Collector to him belonging or which shall descend or come into the Hands or Possession of His Heires Executors or Administrators where ever the same can be discovered and found And the said Co[m]missioners who shall so seize and secure the Estate of any Collector or Collectors shall be and are hereby impowered to appoint a time for the General Meeting of the Co[m]missioners for such County Riding City Towne and Place and there to cause publick Notice to be given of the Place where such Meeting shall be appointed Ten Days att least before such General Meeting And the Co[m]missioners present att such General Meeting or the major Part of them in case the Moneys detained by any Collector or Collectors be not paid & satisfied as it ought to be according to the Directions of this Act shall and are hereby impowered and required to sell & dispose of all such Estates which shall be for the Cause aforesaid seized & secured or any Part of them and to satisfie and pay into the Hands of the Receiver General, or his Deputy for such County Riding and Place the Su[m]m which shall be detained in the Hands of such Collector or Collectors their Heires Executors & Administrators respectively.

XVIII. At Expiration of Times for Quarterly Payments, Commissioners are to call Collectors before them, &c.; and in case of Failure, to cause the same to be levied.

And it is hereby further enacted and declared That att the Expiration of the respective Times in this Act prescribed for the full Payment of the said Foure Quarterly Assessments the several and respective Co[m]missioners or any two or more of them within their Division & Hundred shall and are hereby required to call before them the Collectors within each respective Division and Hundred to examine and assure themselves of the full and whole Payment of the particular Su[m]m and Su[m]ms of Money charged upon the same Division or Hundred and every Parish or Place therein and of the due Returne of the same into the Hands of the Receivers General their Deputy or Deputies of the said County Riding City Towne and Place respectively and by such Receiver General into the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer to the end there may be no Failure in the Paym[en]t. of any part of the Assessments by virtue of this Act to be assessed and paid nor any Arreares remaine chargeable upon any of the said Counties Ridings Cities Townes or Places respectively And in case of any Failure in the p[re]misses the said Co[m]missioners or any Two or more of them are hereby authorized & required to cause the same to be forthwith levied and paid according to the true intent and meaning of this Act.

XIX. On Questions respecting Assessments in which Commissioners concerned, they are to withdraw.

Penalty.

And it is hereby enacted and declared That in case any Controversy arise concerning the said Assessments or the Dividing Apportioning or Payment thereof which concerns any the Co[m]missioners by this Act appointed That the Co[m]missioners so concerned in the said Controversy shall have no Voice but shall withdraw att the time of the Debate of any such Controversy until it be determined by the rest of the Co[m]missioners. And in default thereof that the Co[m]missioners then present shall have Power and are hereby required to impose such Fine or Fines as to them shall be thought fitt upon such Co[m]missioners so refusing to withdraw not exceeding the Su[m]m of Twenty Pounds and to cause the same to be levied and paid as other Fines to be imposed by virtue of this Act are to be levied and paid.

XX. Privileged Places, Persons, &c. not exempt.

Fee-Farm and other Rents, &c. liable; Tenants to pay proportionally; Indemnified.

And be it further enacted and declared That no priveledged [Place (fn. 133) ] or Person Body Politick or Corporate within the Counties Ridings Cities and Townes aforesaid shall be exempted from the said Assessments and Taxes and that they & every of them & also all Fee-Farme Rents and all other manner of Rents Payments Su[m]ms and Su[m]ms of Money or Annuities issuing out of any Lands shall be liable towards the Payment of every Su[m]m by this Act to be taxed and levied and all the Tenants are hereby directed and authorized to pay them p[ro]portionably according to the Rates and Assessments by this Act appointed & directed and all such Tenants shall be hereby saved & kept harmelesse by Authority of this Act from any further Payment of any such Portion of any such Rent Rents Su[m]ms of Money or Anuities to any Person or Persons to whom any such Rent Rents Su[m]ms of Money or Annuities as aforesaid should or ought to be paid to all intents and purposes whatsoever as fully and amply as if they had paid the same to any Person or Persons to whom the same is or are reserved or become due.

XXI. Proviso for Colleges in the Two Universities, Colleges of Windsor, Eton, Winchester, and Westminster, and for Hospitals in respect of Sites of Colleges, &c., and for Christ's Hospital, and other Hospitals and Almshouses.

Provided that nothing in this Act contained shall extend to charge any Colledge or Hall in either of the Two Universities or the Colleges of Windsor Eaton Winton or West? or the Corporac[i]on of the Governours of the Charity for the Relief of poor Widdows and Children of Clergymen or the College of Bromley or any Hospital for or in respect of the Scites of the said Colleges Halls or Hospitals or any Master Fellow or Scholar of any College or Hall or any Reader Officer or Minister of the said Universities Colleges or Halls or any Ushers or Masters of any School for or in respect of any Stipends Wages or Proffitts whatsoever ariseing or growing due to them in respect of the said several Places & Imployments in the said Universities Colleges or Schools or to charge any of the Houses or Lands belonging to Christs Hospital Saint Bartholomews Bridewell S[en]t. Thomas & Bethlehem Hospital in( (fn. 134) ) City of London and Borough of Southwark and the Hospital att Hoxton in the County of Middlesex of the Foundation of Robert Aske Esquire deceased or to extend to charge the Charity of Zechariah Jepson settled for Maintenance of Twelve poor Children in the Towne of Rippon in the County of Yorke or any of them or the said Corporation of the Governours of the Charity for Relief of poor Widdows and Children of Clergymen or [to (fn. 135) ] the College of Bromley nor to extend to charge any other Hospital or Alms-Houses for or in respect onely of any Rents or Revenues payable to the said Hospitals or Alms-Houses being to be received & disbursed for the im[m]ediate Use and Relief of the Poor in the said Hospitals and Alms-Houses onely.

XXII. Lands, &c. held by Lease from Hospitals, &c. to be rated at their yearly Value.

Provided That no Tenants that hold and enjoy any Lands or Houses by Lease or other Grant from the said Corporation or any of the said Hospitals or Alms-Houses doe claime and enjoy any Freedom Exemption or Advantage by this Act but that all the Houses and Lands which they so hold shall be rated and assessed for so much as they are yearely worth over and above the Rents reserved and payable to the said Corporation or to the said Hospitals or Almshoulses to be received and disburst for the im[m]ediate Support and Relief of the Poor in the said Hospitals and Almshouses.

XXIII. Tenants of said Hospitals, Colleges, &c. not exempt from Taxation.

Provided always That nothing contained in this Act shall be construed or taken to discharge any Tenant of any the Houses or Lands belonging to the said Colleges Halls Hospitals Alms-houses or Schools or any of them who by their Leases or other Contracts are and do stand obliged to pay and discharge all Rates Taxes and Impositions whatsoever but that they & every of them shall ( (fn. 136) ) be rated and pay all such Rates Taxes and Impositions Any thing in this Act contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

XXIV. Proviso for Allowance in respect of Rents due to His Majesty or the Queen Dowager.

Penalty £10, &c.

Provided also and be it enacted That all & every Auditor Reeve Receivor & their Deputies who receive any Fee-Farme Rents or other Chief Rents due to His Majestie or the Queen Dowager or to any Person or Persons claiming by any Grant or Purchase from or under the Crowne shall allow and discharge a Rate to be abated and deducted out of such Rents in proportion to the Rate to be taxed or assessed on the Lands or Hereditaments out of which such Rents shall be issuing or payable to the Partie and Parties so paying the same without any Fee for :such Allowance and Discharge upon the Penalty of forfeiting the Su[m]m of Ten Pounds and loseing their respective Offices if they faile therein.

XXV. Persons dwelling in one Parish or Ward and having Goods, &c. in other Parishes or Wards, charged where they dwell.

Provided that where any Person inhabiting within the City of London or any other City or Towne-Corporate hath his Dwelling-House in one of the Parishes or Wards therein and hath any Goods Wares or Merchandizes in one or more of the other Parishes or Wards within the same that then such Person shall be charged taxed and assessed for such his Goods and Merchandizes in the perish or Ward where hee dwelleth and not elsewhere within the said City or Towne Corporate.

XXVI. Nothing to lessen the Sum intended by the Act.

Provided neverthelesse That no Clause or Proviso in this Act shall extend to the lessening or abatement of the full Su[m]m appointed by this Act to be taxed levied collected and paid but that the same be fully assessed taxed levied collected and paid in the several and respective Counties Cities and Townes aforesaid in such Manner and Forme and to such Uses as herein is before mentioned and declared.

XXVII. Proviso for Contracts between Landlords and Tenants.

Provided always That nothing in this Act contained shall be construed to alter change determine or make void any Contracts Covenants or Agreements whatsoever between Landlord and Tenant or any other Person touching the Payment of Taxes and Assessments Any thing herein before contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

XXVIII. Places assessed in the County, &c. where usually assessed.

Provided always and be it further enacted & declared by the Authority aforesaid That for the avoiding all obstructions and delays in assessing and collecting the Su[m]ms by this Act to be rated and assessed all Places Constablewicks Divisions and Allotments which have used to be rated and assessed shall pay and be assessed in such County Hundred Rape Wapentake Constablewick Division Place and Allotment as the same have heretofore been usually assessed in & not elsewhere.

XXIX. Proviso respecting Hundred of West Barnfeild and the Tything of Northmore, and the Town of Leeds, and Forest of Chute.

Provided neverthelesse that the Hundred of West Barnfeild formerly rated and assessed in the Lath of Alesford in the County of Kent may for the future if the Co[m]missioners think fitt be rated and assessed in the Lath of [Stray (fn. 137) ] in the County aforesaid as likewise may the Tything of Northmore in the County of Oxon be assessed in the Hundred of Bampton in the said County and the Tythings of Charlbury Faller and Finstock in the Hundred of Chadlington in the said County and also the whole Towne and Parish of Leeds in the County of Yorke in the Hundred of Skyrack in the said County and the Forrest of Chute shall be assessed and pay where the same was assessed for the First Aid of Foure Shillings in the Pound granted to His Majesty.

XXX. In Action for executing Act,

General Issue may be pleaded; Treble Costs.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That if any Action Plaint Suit or Information shall be co[m]menced or prosecuted against any Person or Persons for what hee or they shall doe in Pursuance or in Execution of this Act such Person or Persons so sued in any Court ( (fn. 138) ) shall & may plead the General Issue (not guilty) and upon any Issue joyned may give this Act and the Special Matter in Evidence And if the Plaintiff or Prosecutor shall become Nonsuit or forbeare further Prosecution or suffer a Discontinuance or if a Verdict passe against him the Defendants shall recover their Treble Costs for which they shall have the like Remedy as in any Case where Costs by the Law are given to Defendants.

XXXI. Where Lands, &c. unoccupied, and no Distress, &c.

Collectors, &c. may distrain when they can; Proceedings; Money raised by Distress distributed proportionably.

Provided always and be it further enacted That in case any Lands or Houses in any perish Place or Constablewick shall be unoccupied and no Distresse can be found on the same by reason whereof the said Parish Place & Constablewick are forced to pay and make good the Tax assessed upon such Land lying unoccupied that then it shall and may be lawfull att any time after for the Collectors Constable or Tythingman of the said pish Place or Constablewick for the time being to enter and distraine upon the said Land or Houses when there shall be any Distresse thereupon to be found and the Distresse and Distresses (being the proper Goods of the Owner or any claiming any Estate Interest or Profitt under him) if not redeemed within Foure Days by Payment of the Tax and Charge of the Distresse to sell rendring the Overplus to the Owner or Owners of such Distresse and the said Collector Constable or Tythingman is hereby enjoyned to distribute the Money raised by the said Distresse or Sale thereof pportionably to the Parties who contributed to the Tax of the said Unoccupied Lands.

XXXII. Where Woodlands assessed, and no Distress, Collector, &c. may enter and cut Wood, &c.; except Timber Trees.

Buyers may, sell the same, rendering Overplus to Owner.

Provided always and be it enacted That where any Woodlands shall be assessed and no Distresse can be had that in such Case it shall and may be lawfull to and for any Collector Constable Headborough or Tythingman by Warrant under the Hands & Seales of Three or more of the Co[m]missioners of that Hundred or Division att seasonable times of the Yeare to cutt and sell to any person or persons so much of the Wood growing on the Wood-Lands so assessed (Timber Trees excepted) as will pay the Assessment or Assessments so behind and unpaid and the Charge incident thereunto and that it shall and may be lawfull for the Person and Persons and his and their Assignes to whom such Wood shall be sold to fell cutt downe dispose and carry away the same to his owne Use rendring the Overplus (if any be) to the Owner Any Law to the contrary notwithstanding.

XXXIII. Proceedings where Assessment charged on Property not distrainable.

Provided always and be it further enacted That where any Tax or Assessment shall be charged or laid upon any Tythes Tolls Profitts of Marketts Faires or Fishery or other an[n]ual Profitts not distrainable in case the same shall not be paid within Fifteen Days after such Assessment so charged or laid and demanded then it shall and may be lawfull to and for the Collector Constable or other Officer thereunto appointed by Warrant under the Hands and Seales of any Three or more of the Co[m]missioners authorized by this Act to seize take and sell so much of the said Tythes Tolls and other Proffitts so charged as shall be sufficient for the levying the said Tax and Assessment and all Charges occasioned by such Non-payment thereof rending the Overplus to the Owner if any be.

XXXIV. Receivers General certifying Arrears due where Monies have been received,

Penalty to Party; Penalty to His Majesty.

And for the better preventing such unjust Vexations as might be occasioned by such Persons as shall be appointed Receivers General of any the Su[m]ms of Money granted by this Act and to the intent that the said Receivers General may returne a true Account into His Majesties Court of Exchequer of such Su[m]ms of Money as shall be received by them and every of them their and every of their Deputie and Deputies Be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That if any Receiver General shall returne or certifie into the said Court any Su[m]m or Su[m]ms of Money to be in Arrear & unpaid after the same have been received either by such [Receiver (fn. 139) ] General or his Deputy or Deputies or any of them or shall cause any Person or Persons or Places to be sett insuper in the said Court for any Su[m]m or Su[m]ms of Money that hath been so received That then every such Receiver General shall forfeit to every Person and Persons that shall be molested vexed or damaged by reason of such unjust Certificate Returne or Setting in super Treble Damages that shall be thereby occasioned the said Damages to be recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in which no Essoign Protection or Wager of Law shall be allowed nor any more then One Imparlance and shall also forfeit to His Majesty His Heires and Successors Double the Su[m]m that shall be so unjustly certified or returned or caused to be sett insuper.

XXXV. Commissioners within their Division to rate each other for their Personal Estates and Offices.

Commissioners to assess the Assessors.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the Co[m]missioners that shall be within any County City or Place within the respective Limitts or the major part of them shall tax and assesse every other Co[m]missioner joyned with them for or in respect of their ready Money Debts and Personal Estate and also for or in respect of the Offices and Imployments of Profitt which shall then be held and enjoyed by such Co[m]missioner so as the Residence and usual Dwelling Place of such Co[m]missioner so to be taxed be within the Division of such Co[m]missioners by whom he is taxed and so as the Office or Imployment held or enjoyed by such Co[m]missioner so to be taxed be likewise exercised within the Division or Limitts of such Co[m]missioners by whom he is to be taxed And the Co[m]missioners within their Division shall also assesse every Assessor within their Division for all and singular the Matters and Things for which by this Act hee ought to be rated & assessed And as well all Su[m]ms assessed upon every the said Co[m]missioners and Assessors as the Assessments made and sett by the Assessors aforesaid shall be written estreated levied and gathered as the same should have been if such Co[m]missioners had not been named Co[m]missioners.

XXXVI. Inhabitants in Cities, &c. not compellable to the Assessors, &c. out of Limits.

Provided also That no Person inhabiting in any City Borough or Towne Corporate shall be compelled to be any Assessor or Collector of or for any part of the Rates and Assessments hereby granted in any Place or Places out of the Limitts of the said City Borough or Towne-Corporate.

XXXVII. Proviso respecting Assessments on Houses of Foreign Ministers.

Provided alwaya and be it enacted That every Rate Tax or Assessment which shall be made or imposed by virtue of this Act in respect of any House or Tenement which an Ambassador Resident Agent or other publick Minister of any Forreigne Prince or State now doth or shall inhabit or occupy shall be paid by the Landlord or Owner of the said House or Tenements respectively.

XXXVIII. Proviso respecting Nomination of Assessors and Collectors in Extra-parochial and Privileged Places.

And to appoint one or more Collectors..

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That in all Priviledged and other Places being Extra parochial or not within the Constablewicks or Precincts of the respective Assessors to be appointed by virtue of this Act (although in any Monthly or other Tax they have not been rated heretofore) the said Co[m]missioners or any Three or more of them shall and are hereby required to nominate & appoint Two fitt Persons living in or neare the said Priviledged or other Places as aforesaid to be Assessors for the said Places and to make and returne the said Assessments in like manner as by this Act is appointed in any Parish Tything or Place and also to appoint or more Collectors who are hereby required to collect and pay the same in the manner appointed by this Act for collecting and paying all Su[m]ms of Money chargeable by this Act.

XXXIX. Commissioners not liable to Penalties of 25 Car. II. c. 7.

Provided always and be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid that no Co[m]missioner or Co[m]missioners who shall be imployed in the Execution of this Act shall be liable for or by reason of such Execution to any of the Penalties mentioned in an Act made in the Five and twentieth yeare of the Reigne of King Charles the Second for the p[re]venting Dangers which may happen from Popish Recusants.

XL. Commissioners to take the Oaths of I W. & M. Sees. 1. c. 8.; which Commissioners may administer.

Provided always and be it further enacted That no Co[m]missioner or Co[m]missioners who of this Act or executing any the Powers therein contained (unlesse it be the Power hereby given of administring Oaths) until such time as he shall have taken the Oaths appointed by an Act of Parliament made in the First Yeare of the Reigne of King William and Queene Mary Intituled An Act for the abrogating the Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance & appointing other Oaths which Oaths it shall and may be lawfull for any Two or more Co[m]missioners to administer, and they are hereby required to administer the same to any other Commissioners.

XLI. Commissioners acting before taking the Oaths, Penalty £200.

Provided always and be it enacted That if any Person hereby named Co[m]missioner shall presume to act as a Co[m]missioner in the Execution of this Act before hee shall have taken the Oaths which by this Act hee is required to take and in the manner hereby prescribed he shall forfeit to His Majesty the Su[m]m of Two hundred Pounds.

XLII. Persons to be rated for Offices at Places where executed.

Provided also That every Person rated or assessed for his. Office or Imployment shall be rated & pay for this Office or Imployment in the County City or Place where the same shall be exercised.

XLIII. Chancery Officers within the Liberty of the Rolls to be there assessed.

Provided always. That the Right Honorable the Master of the Rolls the Masters of Chancery Six Clerks Clerks of the Petty Bagg Examiners Registers Clerks of the Inrollment Clerks of the Affidavitts and Sub pena Office and all other the Officers of the Court of Chancery that execute their Office within the Liberty of the Rolls shall be [there (fn. 140) ] assessed for their respective Offices and not elsewhere.

XLIV. Persons to be rated for Personal Estates where resident.

Where Persons not Householders rated.; Where Persons out of the Realm rated.

And every Person who is or shall be rated for or in respect of any Personal Estate to him any way belonging shall be rated att such Place where hee or she shall be resident att the time of the Execution of this Act And all Persons not being Housholders nor having a certaine Place of Residence shall be taxed att the Place where they shall be resident att the time of the Execution of this Act And if any Person who ought to be taxed by virtue of this Act for or in respect of his Personal Estate shall att the time of this Assessment be out of the Realme such Persons shall be rated therefore in such County [City (fn. 141) ] or Place where hee was last abiding within the Realme.

XLV. Where Person having Goods, &c. in any County (other than County where he lives) rated.

Where Persons rated for Lands, &c.

Provided That where any Person shall have any Goods Wares or Merchandizes in any County or Counties other than the County where he shall be resident or had his last Residence itt shall be lawfull to rate or assesse such Person for such Goods Wares & Merchandizes in the Countie or Counties where the same shall be And every Person who shall be rated or assessed for or in respect of any Mannors Messuages Lands or Tenements or other the Premises according to this Act shall be rated and assessed in the Place where such Mannors Messuage Lands & Tenements or other the Premisses respectively doe lye and not elsewhere.

XLVI. Proviso for Persons in respect of several Places of Residence, are doubly charged for Personal Estate.

Provided always That if any Person or Persons by reason of his her or their having several Manc[i]on Houses or Places or Residence or otherwise shall be doubly charged for any Personal Estate by occasion of this Act then upon Certificate made by any Two or more of the Co[m]missioners for the County Riding City or Place of his her or their last Personal Residence under their Hands & Seales of the Su[m]m or Su[m]ms charged upon him her or them (which Certificate the said Co[m]missioners are required to give without Delay Fee or Reward) and upon Oath made of such Certificate before any one Justice of the Peace of the County or Place where the said Certificate shall be made (which Oath the said Justice of the Peace is hereby authorized and required to administer) then the Person and Persons so doubly charged shall for so much as shall be so certified be discharged in every other County City or Place.

XLVII. Proviso for Scotland, Ireland, Jersey, and Guernsey.

Persons, by changing Place of Residence, &c. escaping Taxation, charged treble.

Provided also that this Act shall not extend to the Inhabitants of Scotland Ireland Jersey or Guernsey for and concerning any such personal Estate which they or any to their Use have within the said Kingdomes and Islands And if any Person that ought to be taxed by virtue of this Act for or in respect of his Personal Estate shall by changing his Place of Residence or by any other Fraud or Covin escape from the Taxation and not be taxed and the same be proved before the Co[m]missioners or any two of them or before any one or more Justice or Justices of the Peace of the County where such Person dwelleth or resideth att any time within one yeare next after such Tax made every Person that shall so escape from the Taxac[i]on and Payment shall be charged (upon Proof thereof att the treble Value of so much as he should or ought to have been taxed att by this Act the said treble Value upon Certificate thereof made into the Exchequer by the Co[m]missioners Justice or Justices (before whom such Proof shall be made) to be leived of the Goods Lands and Tenements of such persons.

XLVIII. Householders to give Account of Lodgers to Assessors.

Penalty.

And for the better Discovery of Personal Estates intended to be charged by this Act be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Householder shall upon Demand of the Assessors of the respective Parishes or Places give an Account of the Names and Qualities of such persons as shall sojourne or lodge in their resp[ect]ive Houses under the Penalty of forfeiting to His Majesty the Su[m]m of Five Pounds to be levied and recovered in such manner as any other Penalties in this Act mentioned shall or may levied and recovered.

XLIX. Shares in New River, &c.

Offices of Insurance from Fire, Convex or other Lights; King's Printing-house, &c. taxed 3s. in the Pound; London assessed by Commissioners, appointed for London; And the Sums to be paid by the Governors, &c. of the said Waterworks.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every Person and Persons having any Share or Shares or Interests in any Fresh Stream or Running Water brought to the North parts of London comonly called the New River or in the Thames Water-works or in Marybone or Hampstead Waters or any Rents or Proffitts ariseing thereby And all and every Person and Persons having any Share or Interest in any Office or Stock for insuring of Houses in Cases of Fire or in the Convex or other Lights or in the Stock or Stocks for printing of Books in or belonging to the House co[m]monly called the Kings Printing House shall pay for the same the Su[m]m of Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings of the full Yearely Value thereof And they and all Companies of Merchants in London charged by this Act shall be assessed by the Co[m]missioners nominated & appointed for the said City or any Two or more of them for their respective Shares and Interests aforesaid and the aforesaid joynt Stock or Stocks and the same shall be paid by the Governours and respective Treasurers or Receivers of the said River Waters and Water-works and of the said Offices and Stocks respectively and be deducted att and out of their next Dividends.

L. Papists of 16 and, upwards, not having taken the Oaths, to pay double.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Papist or reputed Papist being of the Age of Sixteene Yeares and upwards who shall not have taken the Oaths mentioned and required to be taken by the Act made in the First Yeare of the Reigne of King William and Queen Mary intituled An Act for the abrogating the Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance and appointing other Oaths shall yeild and pay unto His Majesty double the Su[m]ms and Rates which by Force and Virtue of any Clause in this Act before mentioned or contained hee or she should or ought to pay or be charged with to be assessed levied collected answered recovered and paid in such Manner by such Ways and Meanes and according to such Rules and Directions and under such Penalties and Forfeitures as are before in this Act expressed or appointed for and concerning the above mentioned Rates and Su[m]ms which are hereby intended to be doubled as aforesaid.

LI. Proviso, where within to Days after Meeting of Commissioners, he shall take the Oaths.

Provided neverthelesse That if any such Papist or reputed Papist within Ten Days after the first Meeting of the said Co[m]missioners in the respective Counties or Places where hee or she ought to be taxed or assessed according to the Intent of this present Act shall take the said Oaths before two or more of the said Co[m]missioners (which Oaths the said Two or more Co[m]missioners are impowered to administer) in that Case hee or she shall not be liable to be doubly assessed as aforesaid.

LII. Persons of 16 Years of Age and upwards who shall not have taken the Oaths before Execution of Act being summoned, and shall refuse to take them, or neglect to appear before Commissioners, to pay Double.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Person being of the Age of Sixteene Yeares and upwards and [not (fn. 142) ] being within this Realme att the time of the Execution of this Act who shall not before that time have taken the Oaths mentioned and required to be taken by the said last mentioned Act and upon Su[m]mons by Warrant under the Hands and Seales of any two or more of the said Co[m]missioners shall refuse to take the said Oaths att the time appointed in the said Warrant or shall neglect to appeare att such time before the Co[m]missioners in order to take the said Oaths (which ( (fn. 143) ) the said Co[m]missioners or any two or more of them are hereby impowered and required to administer) shall yeild and pay unto His Majesty double the Su[m]ms & Rates which by force and virtue of any Clause in this Act before mentioned or contained hee or she should or ought to pay or be charged with in manner as is before in this present Act appointed touching Papists or reputed Papists.

LIII. Gentlemen, who by 3 W. & M. c.6. paid double, or have been returned into Exchequer for Non-payment, not appearing before the Commissioners to take the Oaths; to pay Double.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Gentleman or so reputed or owning or writing himselfe such or being above that Quality who by virtue of an Act made in the third yeare of the Reigne of His Majesty and the said late Queene [Mary (fn. 142) ] intituled An Act for raising Money by a Poll payable Quarterly for one Yeare for carrying on a vigorous Warr against France did pay or ought to have paid double the Su[m]ms charged by the said Act or were or ought to have been returned into the Exchequer for nonpayment thereof who shall not voluntarily appeare before the said Co[m]missioners or any two or more of them within Ten Days after the first Meeting of the said Co[m]missioners in the respective Place or Places where he ought to be taxed or assessed and take the said Oaths appointed by the said Act made in the first yeare of the Reigne of His Majesty and the said late Queene (which Oaths the said Co[m]missioners or any two or more of them are hereby impowered and required to administer) and to make an Entry or Memorandum thereof in some Book to be kept for that purpose such person shall be charged with and pay double the Su[m]ms which by force and virtue of this Act hee should or ought to have paid the said double Rates to be assessed levied collected and paid in such manner by such Ways and means and according to such Rules & Directions and under such Penalties and Forfeitures as are before in this Act expressed or appointed for and concerning the above mentioned Rates and Su[m]ms which are hereby intended to be doubled as aforesaid.

LIV. Commissioners to summon Persons suspected, to appear and take the Oaths.

And be it further enacted That any two or more of the Co[m]missioners appointed by this Act upon Information, given or upon any Cause of Suspition in that behalfe shall and are hereby required and impowered to cause every Person suspected or against whom such Information shall be given to be su[m]moned to appeare and take the said Oaths as aforesaid.

LV. Proviso for Quakers subscribing the Declaration of Fidelity, W. & M. Sess. 1. c. 18.

Provided neverthelesse That whereas certaine Persons Dissenters from the Church of England co[m]monly called Quakers and now knowne to be such do scruple the taking of an Oath Itt shall be sufficient for any such Person to make and subsccribe the Declaration of Fidelity contained in an Act made in the Parliament held in the First Yeare of Their said Majesties Reigne intituled An Act for exempting Their Majesties Protestant Subjects disenting from the Church of England from the Penalties of certaine Laws which Declaration any Two or more of the Co[m]missioners appointed for the Execution of this Act are hereby impowered and required to take and every such Person so doeing shall not be liable to or chargeable with any of the double Rates aforesaid.

LVI. Assessors not making the Double Assessment on Papists, or others, for not taking the Oaths, the Commissioners are to cause it to be done.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That in all Cases where any Assessor or Assessors who by this Act are required to make a Double Assessment upon Papists or reputed Papists or other Persons for not taking of Oaths as aforesaid shall neglect to do his or their Duty therein the respective Co[m]missioners of the Country Riding Hundred Division or Place where such Double Assessment ought to have been made or any Two or more of them shall take care and they are hereby authorized and required to cause such Papist or other Person to be doubly charged according to the true intent of this Act.

LVII. Where Owners of Lands, &c. are liable to be doubly charged, as Papists, &c. Tenants discharged.

Provided always and be it enacted That where the Owners of any Lands; Tenements & Hereditaments are liable to be doubly charged as Papists or reputed Papists or otherwise by reason of their not having taken the Oaths according to the Intent of this Act in every such Case such Owners onely shall be charged with and shall pay the said Double Rates and the respective Tenants of such Lands Tents? and Hereditaments are hereby discharged off & from the same Any Covenant for Payment of Taxes or other Agreement to the contrary notwithstanding.

LVIII. Proviso respecting King's Bench Prison, &c.; and the Marshalsea.

To be charged in the Parish of St. George in Southwark.

Provided always That the Prison of the Kings Bench the Prison house Lands Gardens, & the Co[m]mon Side and all the Rents-Proffitts & Perquisitts of the Office of the Marshall of the said Kings Bench Prison lyeing and being in the Parish of S[ain]t. George the Martyr in the Borough of Southwarke and the County of Surrey and also the Prison house Lands and Gardens of the Prison of the Marshal of the Marshalsea Prison and all Offices Perquisites and Proffitts of the Marshalsea Court and Prison lyeing and being also in the said Parish of S[en]t. George in the Borough of Southwarke and County of Surrey shall be charged and assessed to the Assessment in the said Parish of S[en]t. George and Borough of Southwarke and not elsewhere Any thing to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.

LIX. Waterworks in Southwark charged in Surrey.

Provided always and be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all the Water-works in the Borough of Southwarke shall be rated and assessed by the Co[m]missioners & Assessors of the County of Surrey and not by the Co[m]missioners or Assessors of the City of London Any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

LX. Waterworks in Westminster charged in Westminster.

All Persons concerned in the Execution of this Act to use Diligence, &c.

Provided always and be it enacted That all the Water-works in the City or Liberty of Westminster other than such as are before appointed to be assessed in London shall be rated and assessed by the Co[m]missioners and Asseessors for the said City and Liberty and not by the Co[m]missioners or Assessors of the said City of London Any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding And all Co[m]missioners Collectors Head Collectors & Receivers are hereby required and enjoyned to apply themselves with all Diligence to the most speedy and effectual Execution of their several and respective Duties and to use their utmost Endeavours that all Persons and Estates and other things herein charged may fully & duely pay the Rates and Assssements according to the Direction of this Act and so as that His Majesties Service herein may not be delayed or hindred through any of their wilfull Neglect or Default.

LXI. No Person liable, whose Lands are under Yearly Value of 20s.

Provided that no ( (fn. 144) ) Person shall be charged with or liable to the Pound Rate imposed by this Act upon Lands Tenements or Hereditaments whose Lands Tenements or Hereditaments are not of the yearely Value of Twenty Shillings in the whole.

LXII. Collectors keeping Monies collected in their Hands, or paying other than to Receiver General, &c.

Penalty £20. Receiver General or Deputy paying to any Person other than the Exchequer, or paying upon Tally of Pro, &c.; Penalty £500.

And be it further enacted That if any Collector of any Parish or Place shall keep in his hands any part of the Money by him collected for any longer time than is by this Act directed (other than the Allowance made unto him by this Act) or shall pay any part thereof to any Person or Persons other than to the Receiver General of such County or Place or his respective Deputy that every such Collector shall forfeit for every such Offence the Su[m]m of Twenty Pounds And in case any Receiver General or his Deputy shall pay any part of the Moneys paid to him or them by any Collector by virtue of this Act to any Person or Persons whatsoever other than to the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer and att or within the respective times limitted by this Act or in case such Receiver General or his Deputy shall pay any part of the said Moneys by any Warrant of the Co[m]missioners of the Treasury or Lord Treasurer Under-Treasurer or Co[m]missioners of the Treasury for the time being or upon any Tally of Pro or Talley of Anticipation or other way or device whatsoever whereby to divert or hinder the actual Payment thereof into the Receipt of Exchequer as aforesaid that then such Receiver General shall for every such Offence of himself or his Deputy forfeit the Su[m]m of Five hundred Pounds to him or them that shall sue for the same in any Court of Record by Bill Plaint or other Information wherein no Essoigne Protection or Wager of Law is to be allowed.

LXIII. Treasurer not to direct Warrant for Payment of Monies otherwise than into Exchequer; or to the Officers of Exchequer for striking Tally of Pro, &c.; nor Officers of Exchequer to strike any such Tally, &c.

And it is hereby further enacted That the Co[m]missioners of the Treasury or Lord Treasurer Under Treasurer or Co[m]missioners of the Treasury for the time being or any of them doe not direct any Warrant to any the said Collectors or Receivers General or their Deputies for the Payment of any [Part of (fn. 145) ] the Moneys hereby given to any Person or Persons other than [unto (fn. 146) ] the Receipt of Exchequer as aforesaid nor shall they or any of them direct any Warrant to the Officers of the Exchequer for the striking any Talley of Pro or Talley of Anticipation nor doe any other Matter or Thing whereby to divert the actual Payment of the said Moneys into the Receipt of the Exchequer nor shall the Officers of the Exchequer strike or direct or record the striking any Talley of Pro or Talley of Anticipation upon any of the said Moneys upon any Account or Warrant whatsoever nor shall any Teller throw downe any Bill whereby to charge himselfe with any of the said Moneys untill he shall actually have received the same.

LXIV. No Non vult, &c. or other stay of Prosecution in any Suit against Offenders.

Provided alsoe and be it enacted That no stay of Prosecution upon any Co[m]mand Warrant Motion or Order or Direction by Non vult ult[um]ius prosequi shall be had made admitted received or allowed by any Court whatsoever in any Suit or Proceeding by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information or otherwise for the Recovery of all or any the Paines Penalties or Forfeitures upon any Person or Persons by this Act inflicted or therein mentioned or for or in order to the Conviction or Disability of any Person offending against this Act.

LXV. Commissioners empowered to abate, on Proof that Lands are charged above 33. in the Pound; and the Money so abated to be reassessed, as they shall judge most equal.

Provided always That if any Person or Persons who shall be charged or assessed by this Act to or with a Pound Rate upon his or their Mannors Lands Tenements Hereditaments or other the Premisses shall upon Complaint made to the Co[m]missioners in such manner and within such time as are herein directed in Cases of Appeal make it appeare to the said Co[m]missioners or any Three of them by Proof upon Oath that such Assessment doth exceed Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings of the full yearely Value in such Case upon such Proof and due Examination thereof the said Co[m]missioners are hereby impowered to abate and lessen the said Assessments so much as the same shall exceed Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings of the true yearely Value and noe more and shall cause the Money so abated to be reassessed surcharged & levied in such manner as [they (fn. 147) ] or any Three or more of them in their Judgements or Discretions shall judge most equal just and reasonable either within the whole Hundred Lath Wapentake or other Division for which they shall be Co[m]missioners or if any particular Part or Parts of the same or any Person therein shall appeare to them to be undercharged then the Moneys so abated shall and may be raised upon such particular Part or Persons so undercharged so that the whole Su[m]m payable to His Majesty for such Hundred Lath Wapentake or other Division shall be fully and duely answered and paid without being diminished by reason of any such particular Abatement Any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

LXVI. Receivers General answerable for Deputies; and so to appoint them that no Sub-Collector may be forced to travel above Ten Miles for Payment of his Money.

Penalty £100.

And it is further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the Receiver General of each County shall nominate constitute and appoint fit and proper Persons for whom hee shall be answerable to be his Deputy or Deputies to receive from the said Subcollectors all and every the Rates Duties and Assessments by them respectively collected or received And the said Receivers General are hereby required to nominate and appoint so many of such Deputies in their resp[e]c[t]ive Counties that no Subcollector may be forced to travel above the Space of Ten Miles from the usual Place of his Abode for the Payment of the said Moneys that shall be by him so collected or received And if any Receiver General shall neglect or refuse to nominate and appoint such Deputies in manner aforesaid such Receiver General shall for every such Offence forfeit the Su[m]m of One hundred Pounds the one Moiety to His Majesty His Heires and Successors and the other Moiety to him or them that will sue for the same by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in any of His Majesties Courts of Record art Westminster in which Action or Suit no Essoigne Protection Priveledge or Wager of Law shall be allowed.

LXVII. When not Commissioner's enough for any City, &c. Commissioners for County may act.

Provided neverthelesse That in case there shall not be a sufficient number of Co[m]missioners for any City Borough Towne or Cinque-Port (for which by this Act Co[m]missioners are particularly appointed) capable of acting according to the Qualifications aforesaid for putting this Act in Execution that in every such Case any the Co[m]missioners appointed for the County att large within which such Borough Towne or Cinque-Port doth stand or which is next adjoining thereto may act as Co[m]missioners in the Execution of this Act within such City Borough Towne or Cinque-Port.

LXVIII. Members of Parliament to be assessed during this Session only, where their Mansion Houses, &c. are, during the Intervals of Parliament.

And whereas several Members of Parliament by reason of their Attendance in Parliament have by the Assessors of London Westminster and Middlesex and the Suburbs of the same been taxed for their Personal Estates and to the Payment of Poll Money have been putt to unreasonable Vexation and Charge Be it therefore enacted by the Authority aforesaid. That the several Members of Parliament who att the Execution of this Act dureing this Session of Parliament shall abide within the said Cities of London Westminster and Middlesex or the Suburbs of the same shall for and in respect of their ready Money and Debts or any other Tax which may be laid on their Persons or Personal Estate dureing this Session of Parliament be assessed onely in the Places where such Members have their Mansion Houses or other Places where they most usually reside dureing the Intervals of Parliament Any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

LXIX. Places for First General Meetings of Commissioners for the several Ridings of the County of York.

Provided always and be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the First General Meeting of the Co[m]missioners for the West Riding of the County of York shall be held att the Towne of Pontefract And the First General Meeting of the Co[m]missioners for the North Riding of the County of York shall be held att the Towne of Thirske And the First General Meeting of the Co[m]missioners for the East Riding of the County of York shall be held att the Towne of Killam Any thing in this Act before mentioned or any former Custome to the contrary notwithstanding.

LXX. Register to be kept in the Exchequer of Monies paid into Exchequer.

Provided always and be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That there shall be provided and kept in His Majesties Excheq[uer] that is to say in the Office of the Auditor of the Receipt One Book or Register in which all the Moneys that shall be paid into the Exchequer for the Pound Rate and other Duties hereby granted shall be entred and registred apart and distinct from all other Moneys paid and payable to His Majesty.

LXXI. Register to be kept in the Exchequer of Monies payable thereout.

Loans to the Crown between the 8th October 1697 and the 4th April 1698,; and all Orders for the same not exceeding £850,000 to be transferred to the Register under this Act; and registered in course,; without taking Receipts from the Parties; with Interest at £8 per Cent. payable every Three Months.; Orders for Money may be assigned.

And it is hereby also enacted That there shall be provided and kept in the same Office one other Book or Register in which all the Orders for Money payable upon this Act shall also be entred and registred and that all and every the Principal Su[m]ms of Money which att any time or times between the Eighth Day of October One thousand six hundred ninety seven and the Fourth day of Aprill One thousand six hundred ninety eight have been lent or shall be lent to His Majesty att the Receipt of His Exchequer not exceeding in the whole the Su[m]m of Eight hundred and fifty thousand Pounds and all and every the Orders of Loan for the same shall be in the first Places transferred to and placed upon the said Register for Orders appointed to be kept by this Act And shall be registred thereupon in due Course and Order according to the Dates of of the respective Tallies of Loan for the said principal Su[m]ms which Transferences shall and may be and are hereby required to be made by virtue of this Act without making any Issues or taking any Receipts from the Parties in order to transferr the said Loans and that the principal Moneys on [the (fn. 148) ] Orders so [transmitted (fn. 149) ] shall be payable and paid to the Lender or Lenders of the same his her or their Executors Administrators or Assignes out of the Moneys ariseing by virtue of this Act in the same Course and Order according to which they are hereby appointed to be [transmitted (fn. 149) ] and with preferrence to any other Loans or Su[m]ms of Money which shall be registred upon and payable out of the Moneys granted by this present Act And that Interest after the Rate of Eight Pounds per Cent[um] per Annu[m] for the said Loans to be transferred as aforesaid shall be paid and satisfied out of the Moneys ariseing by this Act every Three Months from the respective times of making the said Loans until the respective times of Satisfaction of the said principal Su[m]ms And that any Person or Persons who are or shall be intituled to any Moneys to be paid by such Orders to be transferred as aforesaid shall or may assigne over the same to any Person or Persons which Assignements shall be good and effectual in Law and so toties quoties Any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

LXXII. So much as on 11th April 1698, shall not be raised of £255, 663. 58. 8d. as herein mentioned, to be transferred and paid out of this Act without Interest.

The Orders for Annuities to be registered in the Name of the Paymasters thereof.

Provided also and it is hereby enacted by the Authority aforesaid That so much as upon the Eleventh Day of April One thousand six hundred ninety eight shall remaine due and unsatisfied or not be raised of or upon the Su[m]m of Two hundred fifty five thousand six hundred sixty three Pounds Five Shillings and Eight Pence for clearing and paying off the several Annuities or Su[m]ms of Money which between the Seventeenth Day of May One thousand six hundred ninety six and the Seventeenth Day of May One thousand six hundred ninety seven incurred and became due and ought to have been paid as well out of the Five seventh Parts of the late Duties of Tunnage on Ships and other Vessells and out of Two seventh Parts of the same Duties as also out of certaine Duties charged upon Salt pursuant to an Act of this present Session of Parliament for raiseing the same (if there be such a residue) shall in the subsequent place (to witt next after the said Loans not exceeding Eight hundred and Fifty thousand Pounds) be transferred to and placed upon the Register appointed to be kept by this Act and shall accordingly be issued & paid (without Interest) out of the Moneys hereby ariseing and that the Co[m]missioners of the Treasury or any Three or more of them or the Treasurer of the Exchequer for the time being for the better and more orderly Payment of the Arrears of the said Annuities incurred as aforesaid and which shall remaine unsatisfied on the said Eleaventh Day of April (if any such be) shall cause such Residue and the Order or Orders for the same to be registred and payable in the Name or Names of such Paymasters or other Person or Persons as they have intrusted or shall think fitt to intrust for the Payment of the said Annuities who shall receive the Money upon such Orders by way of Imprest and upon Account for the said Use and Purpose and shall be accountable and answerable for the same according to the due Course of His Majesties Exchequer.

LXXIII. Persons may lend Money to His Majesty not exceeding £1,400,000 at £8 per Cent. per Annum.

Of which £250,000 to be applied, towards the disbanding.; Money lent on this Act not to be taxed.; Tally of Loan to Lender, and Warrant for Interest.; Orders for Repayment registered according to Date of Tally, and paid in course.; Monies to come in by this Act liable to satisfy.; No Fee for providing or making Books, &c. or for Payment of Money lent.; Penalty.; Punishment.; Undue Preference by Officer,; Penalty; By Deputy,; Penalty; Auditor, Clerk of the Pells, or Teller not making Payments in due Order; Penalty.

Provided also and it is hereby further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That it shall and may be lawfull to and for any Person or Persons Natives or Forreigners Bodies Politick or Corporate to advance & lend to His Majesty att the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer upon the Creditt of this Act any Su[m]m or Su[m]ms of Money as together with the several Su[m]ms by this Act appointed to be transferred as aforesaid shall not exceed in the whole One Million foure, hundred thousand Pounds of which Su[m]m of One Million foure hundred thousand Pounds a Su[m]m not exceeding Two hundred and Fifty thousand Pounds shall be applied for the paying off & disbanding the Regiments Troops and Companies disbanded and to be disbanded or so much thereof as shall be sufficient for that Service and to have and receive for the Forbearance thereof Interest after the Rate of Eight Pounds for every One hundred Pounds for One whole Yeare and moreover that no Money so lent upon the Security of this Act shall be rated or assessed by virtue of this Act or any other Act of Parliament whatsoever and that all and every Person and Persons who shall lend any Money to His Majesty on the Creditt of this Act and pay the same into the Receipt of Exchequer shall i[m]mediately have a Tally of Loan struck for the same and an Order for his her or their Repayment bearing the same Date with his or their Talleys in which Order shall be also contained a Warrant for Payment of Interest for the Forbearance thereof not exceeding Eight Pounds per Centum per Annum to be paid every Three Months until the Repayment of the Principal and that all such Orders for Repayment of Money to be lent shall (after the Orders before by this Act directed) be registred in Course according to the Date of the Talley respectively without other preference of one before another and that all and every Person and Persons shall be paid in course according as their Orders shall stand registred in the said Register Book so as the said Person Native or Forreigner his Executors Administrators or Assignes who shall have his Order or Orders first entred in the said Book of Register shall be taken and accounted the First Person to be paid upon the Moneys to come in by virtue of this Act and hee or they who shall have his or their Order or Orders next entred shall be taken and accounted to be the second Person to be paid and so successively and in course and that the Moneys to come in by this Act shall be in the same Order liable to the Satisfaction of the said respective Parties their Executors Administrators or Assignes successively without undue preference of One before another and not otherwise and shall not be diverted or divertible to any other Use Intent or Purpose whatsoever and that no Fee Reward or Gratuity directly or indirectly be demanded or taken of any His Majesties Subjects for providing [or making of (fn. 148) ] any such Books or Registers or any Entries Views or Search in or for Payment of Money Lent or the Interest thereof as aforesaid by any of His Majesties Officer or Officers their Clerks or Deputies on Paine of Payment of Treble Damages to the Party agrieved by the Party offending with Costs of Suit or if the Officer himselfe take or demand any such Fee or Reward then to lose his Place also and if any undue Preference of one before another shall be made either in point of Registry or Payment contrary to the true meaning of this Act by any such Officer or Officers then the Party offending shall be liable by Action of Debt or on the Case to pay the Value of the Debt Damages & Costs to the Party agrieved and shall be forejudged from his Place or Office and if such preference be unduely made by any his Deputy or Clerk without Directions or Privity of his Master then such Deputy or Clerk onely shall be lyable to such Action Debt Damage and Cost and shall be for ever after uncapable of his Place or Office and in case the Auditor shall not direct the Order or the Clerk of the ( (fn. 150) ) Pells Record or the Teller make Payment according to each Persons due Place and Order as afore directed then he or they shall be adjudged to forfeit and the respective Deputies and Clerks herein offending to be liable to such Action Debt Damages and Costs in such Manner as aforesaid all which said Penalties Forfeitures Damages and Costs to be incurred by any of Officers of the Exchequer or any their Deputies or Clerks shall and may be recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in any of His Majesties Courts of Record att Westminster wherein noe Essoigne Protection Priveledge Wager of Law Injunction or Order of Restraint shall be in any wise granted or allowed.

LXXIV. Proviso where several Tallies bear Date the same Day.

Provided always and be it hereby declared That if it happen that several Talleys of Loan or Orders for Payments as aforesaid beare Date or be brought the same Day to the Auditor of the Receipt to be registred then it shall be interpreted no undue Preference which of those be entred first so as he enters them all the same Day.

LXXV. Paying subsequent Orders, if first demanded, in what case no undue Preference.

Provided also That it shall not be interpreted any undue Preference to incurr any Penalty in Point of Payment if the Auditor direct and the Clerk of the Pells record and the Tellers do pay subsequent Orders of Persons that come and demand their Money and bring their Orders before other Persons that did not come to take their Moneys and bring their Orders in their Course so as there be so much Money reserved as will satisfie precedent Orders which shall not be otherwise disposed but kept for them Interest upon Loan being to cease from the Time the Money is so reserved and kept in Bank for them.

LXXVI. Orders for Payment of Money lent may be assigned by Indorsement.

Memorial thereof without Fee. Assignee may assign.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every Person and Persons to whome any Money shall be due for Loans by virtue of this Act after Order entred in the Book of Register aforesaid his Executors Administrators or Assignes by Indorsement of his Order may assigne and transferr his Right Title Interest and Benefitt of such Order or any Part thereof to any other which being notified in the Office of the Auditor of the Receipt aforesaid and an Entry or Memorial thereof also made in the Book of Register aforesaid for Orders which the Officers shall upon Request without Fee or Charge accordingly make shall intitule such Assignee his Executors Administrators & Assignes to the Benefit thereof and Payment thereon and such Assignee may in like manner Assigne againe and so toties quoties and afterwards it shall not be in the Power of such Person or Persons who have or hath made such Assignem[en]ts. to make void release or discharge the same or any the Moneys thereby due or any Part thereof.

LXXVII. Loans may be made either in Coin or Exchequer Bills.

Which Bills (Exception) are to be immediately cancelled. If Loans made in Money, Treasury to dispose thereof for buying Exchequer Bills.; And to cause Bills so purchased to be cancelled.

And it is hereby further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every the Su[m]ms of Money that shall be lent upon this Act (and which are hereby appointed to be registred in Course after the said Su[m]m not exceeding Eight hundred and fifty thousand Pounds and alsoe after the Su[m]m hereby appointed to be registred for Payment of the said Annuities) shall & may be lent to His Majesty either in the lawfull Coins of this Kingdome or in the Bills co[m]monly called the Exchequer Bills And that the Exchequer Bills so lent (not being any of those comeing in for the Tax or Duties hereby granted) shall be imediately cancelled in the Excheq[uer] (except so much as shall be sufficient to compleat the Su[m]m of Two hundred & fifty thousand Pounds for disbanding the Army to be applied as aforesaid) And if any such Loans be made in coined Moneys the Co[m]missioners of His Ma[jes]ties. Treasury or any Three of them or the Treasurer of the Excheq[uer] for the time being shall forthwith from time to time cause such coined Money to be issued and disposed to His Ma[jes]ties best advantage in and for the purchasing of Exchequer Bills and shall cause all the Exchequer Bills so purchased to be forthwith cancelled in the Exchequer. And that the respective Tellers who shall be chargeable with the said Bills shall upon the cancelling thereof be discharged of the same in their respective Accounts. Any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

Footnotes

1 interlined on the Roll.
2 Chargeable O.
3 Dawkins O.
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5 Tho. O.
6 Tush O.
7 William Eversden O.
8 Thomas O.
9 interlined on the Roll.
10 Phillip Mayowe John Barrett Thomas Penhallow O.
11 Menasken O.
12 Renautus O.
13 William Williams O.
14 James O.
15 Addersey O
16 Matteram O.
17 Putt O.
18 Gwyn O.
19 Blewett O.
20 Commissioner O.
21 Widdon O.
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23 Hennings O.
24 Dawbery O.
25 Chetler O.
26 Merch. O.
27 Litster O.
28 Knight O.
29 Erwin O.
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31 Pullein O.
32 Peircychay.
33 Turbill O.
34 Notcliff O.
35 Ranes O.
36 Baronett O.
37 Towne, in King's Printer's Copy.
38 Boyle O.
39 Sir Isaac Rebow O.
40 Civill O.
41 Salwey O.
42 Bidley O.
43 Townhope O.
44 Kent O.
45 Esquire O.
46 Baronett O.
47 of O.
48 Driggs O.
49 Gifford O.
50 Hewman O.
51 Yattlock O.
52 O. omits.
53 Chiteroe O.
54 Brodnex O.
55 Magliston O.
56 Laywood O.
57 Gace O.
58 Philip O.
59 Drummer O.
60 John Moore Deputy O.
61 Robert O.
62 Nathaniel O.
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65 Peice O.
66 Brewster O.
67 Brattle O.
68 Henshaw O.
69 Gentleman O.
70 Esquire O.
71 Esquire O.
72 Jeremy Vinn Esquire Michaell Beverley Esquire Robert Cooke Esquire,O.
73 Leene O.
74 Neeve O.
75 Hyd O.
76 Rant O.
77 Pech O.
78 Lomb O.
79 Brian Janson William Adams.
80 Allicock O.
81 Powell O.
82 O omits.
83 Halfhide. O.
84 John O.
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87 Aunt O.
88 Landford O.
89 Dyke O.
90 Gentlemen O.
91 O. omits.
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94 George O.
95 Cooper O.
96 West Cowes O.
97 William Jolliffe O.
98 Floyer O.
99 O. omits
100 Pigeon John O.
101 Thomas Smith of Beamont O.
102 Neeve O.
103 O. omits.
104 Rogers O.
105 O. omits.
106 Henry O.
107 Knight O.
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109 Cooks O.
110 Thomas O.
111 the O.
112 William O.
113 James O.
114 Edward Magan Thomas Havard William Havard O.
115 Olmaech O.
116 Origmore O.
117 Crew O.
118 Barry O.
119 Berthaye O.
120 O. omits.
121 Bowin O.
122 O.omits.
123 Sledman O.
124 Brundy O.
125 and O.
126 O. omits.
127 interlined on the Roll.
128 caused O.
129 Receivers O.
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132 to O.
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135 O. omits.
136 shall.
137 Scray O.
138 whatsoever O.
139 Reivers O.
140 thereby O.
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142 O omits.
143 said Oaths O.
144 Poor O.
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146 into O.
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149 transferred O. & King's Printer's Copy.
150 of the O.