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'Index - D', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 2: 1640-1643 (1802), pp. 25-30. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=5239 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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Dell,
-, Mr. acknowledges his Error in charging Mr.Pimme with offensive Words, and expresses his Readines to retract them, is spoken in any other Place, 23 Apr.

D'ABIGNY,
-, Lady, 1642, Order for relating her Horses, 18 July.

Dacre,
-, Sir Rich. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 28 Nov.

Dacres,
-, Sir Tho. 1641, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 17 Mar.
-, 1642. Vide Privileges - to inquire of the Committee for the Safety of the Kingdome, how they will Dispose of his Volunteers. 12 Nov.

Dagenham,
-, 1642, Petiton of Inhabitants; Preacher recommended. 26 Sept.

Dainty,
-, Ship, 1642, Order for setting her at Liberty; Papers concerning her to be sent up, 14 Mar.

Dalby,
-, Captain, 1642, discharged from his Command of the Hamlet Forces, 14 Nov.

Dale,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 14 Oct. Examined, and to be bailed; Order for his returning Arms, &c. which he has taken away, 18.

Dallison,
-, Sir Charles, 1642, a Committee to prepare Impeachment against him, 14 Sept. Vide Lindsey, Earl of.-To be discharged from the Recordership of Lincoln, 15 Dec.

Dalmahoy,
-, Jo. 1642, Petition to have Liberty to attend the King, 16 Sept.

Damell,
-, Edw. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 22 Aug.

Dan,
-, John, 1641, to be summoned to attend, 1 Dec.

Danby,
-, Sir Tho. 1640, to attend to answer a Petition against him, 4 Feb.
-, 1642, a particular Messenger to be sent with Order of Summons to attend forthwith, 7 Apr.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 6 Sept.

Daniel,
-, John, an Irishman, 1641, a Committee to examine Persons concerning Powder in his Ship to be transported to Ireland; Lord Admiral to be moved for Directions to seize the Barque, 4 Feb.
-, Mr. Agent to the Spanish Ambassador, 1642, to have Liberty, with One Servant, to pass over the Seas, 8 Apr.
-, Roger, 1642, to be summoned to attend concerning printing a Book in Defence of the Commission of Array, 23 Aug.-Order for his Discharge, 3 Sept.

Danke,
-, Wm. 1642, committed to Newgate, 2 Nov.

Dansk,
-, Ralph, &c. 1641, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy; French Ambassador to be acquainted with the Matter of Fact, 12 Feb.

Darcie,
-, Captain Edw. 1642, to be brought to London, 30 Mar.
-, To be removed to Plymouth, 13 May.
-, Captain Geo. 1642, to be brought to London, 30 Mar.
-, Message to be sent to Lords about Directions from Ireland concerning him, 17 May.-To be removed to Plymouth, 13 Mar.

Dare,
-, Leonard, 1640, to be summoned as a Witness, 20 Nov.
-, Sir Rob. 1642, Petition referred to the Commissioners for Irish Affairs, 19 Apr.

Darley,
-, Henry, 1640, Petition on his behalf read, and referred to the Committee for Courts of Justice, 13 Nov.
-, Mr. 1641, his Letter read, and referred to the Committee for the Plot, 5 May.
-, John, 1642. Vide Privileges

Darrell,
-, Sir Tho. and Hen. 1642. Vide Privileges

Dartmouth,
-, 1641, new Writ, 20 Oct.-Information of Barques put in there, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs; Order for staying them and their Freight, 8 Feb.-Another Ship from France for Ireland stayed there; to be searched; Persons on board to be examined, 4 Mar.
-, 1642, Order for continuing the Payment of Moneys cut of the Customs at Exon, towards repairing the Forts, 10 Aug.-Order about sending up their Subscription-moneys and Plate, 29.-Mayor to receive Money, the Proceed of a Ship and Goods stayed, and to send it up to a Member, 29 Sept.-Order for fortifying the Town, 25 Oct.-Express to be sent for that Purpose, and for securing their Ships, 5 Dec.-Letter from thence expressing their Fears, and Desires for Relief, 10.

Daud,
-, James, 1642, Information of dangerous Words spoken by him; Serjeant to take him into Custody, and convey him to Lord Chief Justice, to be proceeded against according to Law, 8 July.

Davenant,
-, Wm. 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 15 May. Information that he is come up; Serjeant to take him into Custody, 17.-His Petition read; Order for bailing him, 8 July. Bail approved, 9.

Davenport,
-, Sir Hen. Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 1641, Messengers appointed to carry up the Charge against him, 22 May.-Charge reported, read, and to be ingrossed, 1 July. Ingrossed Articles read, and to be sent to Lords, 2. Messenger to desire he may be put to his Answer; Assistants appointed, 3. Transmission to be carried up to Lords, 5. Conference desired with them; agreed to, 6.
-, Wm. 1641. Vide Byerley
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges

Davies,
-, Wm. 1642, Information of the Commitment of him, Gorges, Holmead, and Harcourt, for receiving Subscriptions of the Names of Volunteers; Order for bailing them, 25 July.
-, John, and Wm. 1642, Petition read, and referred to Mr. Maddox's Committee, 18 Aug.
-, James, 1642, Persons appointed to seize and fell his Goods, and receive his Rents, 22 Nov.
-, Mr. 1642, Lord Chief Justice to be moved for Habeas Corpus to remove him from Cardiff Gaol, 19 Dec.
-, Lieutenant Rob. 1642, Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 9 Apr.-Order for continuing his Pension in the Charterhouse, 7 Jan. Suspended, 17. Matter referred to the Committee for the Charterhouse, 13. Conference desired by Lords concerning him; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report referred to the Committee for Dispatches, 28.
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.- 15 Feb.
-, Priamus, 1642, Copy of Warrant for his Commitment read, and avowed; Parties sent for as Delinquents, 21 Sept.

Davison,
-, Sir Alexander, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Sept.

Dawes,
-, Sir Tho. 1640, to be sent for to answer a Petition of French Wine Merchants, 5 Dec.
-, 1641, Information of his Neglect in not performing his Agreement with the House, referred to the Committee for Customers, 20 July. Petitions of his Creditors referred, 23 & 29. Instructions, 23.-Their Case reported, and confirmed; Order for his Discharge, 6 Aug. Receiver appointed for the Moneys promised to be advanced by them, 7. Order for taking off the Restraint upon his House and Goods, 13. For delivering to the Clerk Tallies due from the King to him, 18. -Petition of several Creditors; Proceedings at Law against him, to be stayed, 15 Nov.
-, 1642, Tallies in Clerks Hands to remain to the Use of several Creditors; Privilege granted them, 11 Apr.-Fawkes exempted from the Order for staying Proceedings, 3 May.
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare Bill for better Payment of Money therein specified out of his Estate, 20 July.-Bill to be presented, 5 Aug.-Read, 19 Nov.-Order for Second Reading, 1 Dec. Committed, 18.-Committee revived; Petition referred, 25 Jan.
-, 1642, Bill to be reported, 5 & 19 July. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 21.-Order for Third Reading, 1 Aug. Read; Proviso concerning Sir Antony Irby to be added; Question for passing, Neg. 6. Provisoes added; Bill passed, 11. Sent to Lords, 13.-Lords to be desired to expedite it, 30 Dec.
-, John, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee of Privileges, 12 Feb. Vide Privileges

Dawkes,
-, Thomas, 1642, appointed Clerk of the Passages at Dover, 19 Sept. Order suspended, 24.

Dawney,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 Apr.

Dawson,
-, Captain, 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 7 Sept.-Agreed to by Lords, 7 Oct.

Day,
-, Tho. 1640, Petition referred to the Committee of Privileges, 12 Feb. Vide Privileges
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges
-, John, 1642, to be summoned to attend, 12 Dec.

Deane
-, Forest, 1641, Instructions to the Commissioners to be considered, 6 Apr.-A Committee for opening the Commission of Survey appointed, 2 May.-Stay to be made of felling Timber, and of carrying away what is cut down, 8 Sept.-Report of Resolutions concerning Wood and Timber, and Moneys issued upon the Sale thereof, recommitted; Committees added; Order for Meeting of the Committee, 29 Jan.-Order about disposing of Timber felled, 21 Mar.

Deane,
-, Rich. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 17 Sept.
-, Committed to the Gatehouse, 4 Oct.-Order for bailing him, 5 Jan.

Deans and Chapters,
-, 1640, Report from the Committee for the Ministers Remonstrance touching their Revenues, 9 Mar. To be considered, 9. 22, 23, & 24.
-, 1642, further Orders for considering it, 25, 26, & 30, Mar.-Petitioners on their behalf to be heard at Bar, 30 Mar. -1. 28. & 30, Apr.-Order for hearing them revived, 7 May. Parties heard; Petitions and other Papers read, 12. Further Debate adjourned, 12. 19, & 20.

Dearlove,
-, Wm. 1641, Petition against him referred to a Committee, 7 Dec.
-, John, and Tho. 1641. Vide Privileges

Debtors,
-, insolvent, 1641, Bill for their Relief read, and rejected, 30 Aug.

Declaration,
-, 1642, concerning reading Declarations in Churches, &c. presented; nothing done thereupon; Declaration that King's Command to that Purpose is illegal; both Declarations recommitted, 4 July. Ordinance read, agreed to, and to be printed; agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 5. Members to disperse them, 7.

Deering,
-, Sir Edw. 1641, printing his Speech referred to the Committee for printing Lord Digby's, 8 May.-To the Committee for Printing, 20 Jan.-House considers a Book composed and printed by him; heard thereupon, and ordered to withdraw; Resolution for burning it by the common Hangman; disabled from fitting during this Parliament, and committed to the Tower, 2 Feb. Stationers Company to secure and bring the Books to the Sheriffs, 4. To search Houses, and seize them, 5. Sir Edw. to deliver Books, &c. in his Custody as Chairman of a Committee, 7. His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 11.
-, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent concerning the Kentish Petition, 28 Mar.-Serjeant's Report, 1 Apr. He appears; a Committee to withdraw, and prepare Interrogatories to be propounded to him, 5. Serjeant acquaints House he is missing; Message to Lords thereupon, and Answer, 6. His Letter to Sir Henry Gibb read, 7. Resolution for impeaching him; a Committee to prepare Impeachment, 18. Articles read twice, and to be ingrossed, 19. Ingrossed Articles read; Conference desired thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, 21. Held, 22.-Bail to deliver him up, 23 Aug.

Delavall,
-, Sir Jo. and Edw. Gray, 1642, Petition read, and referred to a Committee; Member to attend them, 28 Apr.- Committee impowered to proceed upon the Copy of the original Information, 3 May.

Delinquents,
-, 1640, State of those in Serjeant's Custody to be considered, 30 Nov.-Serjeant to present their Names, 2 Dec.-a Committee to consider the Causes of their Restraint, and who are bailable-Serjeant to attend them with their Names, and the Orders for their Commitment, 16 Jan. Report; Resolutions touching bailing them; Order for Meeting of the Committee, 19.
-, 1641, Order for bailing all in Serjeant's Custody, except as excepted, 9 Sept.-Conference to be desired with Lords for a Proclamation to bring in such as do not appear; a Committee to present the Names of all Delinquents; Serjeant to bring in their Names and Bail, 29.-A Committee to issue Moneys that shall come in by them, 16 Feb.-Another Committee to inquire after the State of them, 23 Mar.
-, 1642, another Committee to expedite Charges against them, 4 May. To meet de die in diem, 11-Lords to be moved for closer Confinement of those in the Tower; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 23 Aug.-A Committee to receive Informations concerning them; Clerk to bring them a Lift of those voted Delinquents, and Chairmen to transmit the Names of Persons proved to before their Committees, 16 Sept.-The Committee for the Great Seal to consider of proceeding against Delinquents not apprehended, as against Persons out of the Kingdom, 17.-Order for sequestering their Estates; Manner of Sequestration referred to a Committee, 14 Oct. Order for their Meeting, and making Report, 18.- Order for preserving their Houses and Parks for the Benefit of the Commonwealth, 24.-A Committee to prepare Order for receiving their Rents, &c. 3 Nov.-Serjeant to deliver Names of Persons in his Custody to a Committee, 19.-Ordinance read, and re-committed, 22 Dec. Clerk to present a List of their Names-Resolutions touching proceeding against them, 27.-Propositions for raising Money upon their Estates referred to the Committee for Subscriptions, 2 Jan. -Committee impowered to consider of sequestering Estates of the Delinquents they shall present to House, 6 Feb. Ordinance for sequestering them, 27. Resolutions about Persons to be comprehended therein, 27 Feb.-2 & 7 Mar. Ordinance reported, and read; Question for Re-commitment, Neg. Ordinance passed, 7.

Delve,
-, Rich. 1642, to be summoned to appear, 30 Sept.

Delves,
-, Henry, 1641, Order for re-delivering Arms to him, 28 Feb.

Delvin,
-, Lord, 1642, a Committee to consider of him and others stopped at Beaumaris, 20 June.

Denbigh County,
-, 1641, Lord Fielding nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved; another to be recommended, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Order for issuing Money, levied for buying Arms, &c. for Defence of One Division, to Lord Lieutenant, 5 May.
-, Deputy Lieutenants to move him for Order to put the Militia in Execution, 14 June.

Denbye,
-, Rich. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 26 July.

Dendy,
-, Serjeant, 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 17 Jan.

Denmark,
-, 1641, a Committee to withdraw, and examine a Frenchman lately come from thence; their Report concerning Levies of Men and a Fleet there, 19 Mar.
-, 1642, Letters concerning Preparations there, read; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference thereupon; Parties to attend them with other Letters, 19 Apr.-Extract of another Letter, and Information concerning the Intentions of the Danish Fleet, 6 May.-A Committee to take the Information of Persons lately come from thence, 31.

Dennis,
-, Mr. 1640, Business concerning detaining his Tobaccoes by the Customers referred to the Committee for them, 8 Mar.

Denny,
-, Sir Wm. 1642. Vide Privileges

Denton,
-, Sir Alexander, 1641, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, and Preferment of younger Children, read, 29 May.
-, Committed, 2 June.-Reported, and to be ingrossed, 21 July. Passed, 27.
-, 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 17 Aug.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, 22 Oct. Order for bailing him; Witnesses against him to be examined by the Committee in Bucks, 27.-His Petition read; Order for discharging his Bail; for admitting him to sit again, and restoring his Arms, 19 Nov.

Depositions,
-, 1642, a Committee to consider of such as are fit to be printed, 7 Apr.-Order for making Report, 9 May. Lords to be desired a Committee of both Houses may meet and digest them, 10. 12. & 14. Their Concurrence signified, 14. Depositions reported; Lords to be desired to join in Order for printing them, 16. Conference desired with Lords concerning them, agreed to, and held, 19.

Derby
-, Town, 1641, Election; Report touching it; Election adjudged void-new Writ, 25 Mar.
-, 1642, Persons appointed to receive the Subscriptions for Horse, &c. 6 July.
-, County, 1641, Earl of Rutland nominated Lord Lieutenant; Deputy Lieutenants approved, 22 Mar.
-, 1642, Lords to be moved that the Militia may be forthwith put in Execution, 28 May. Messages to them for that Purpose, 30 May-1 July. Day appointed for it; Deputy Lieutenants approved, 5.-Instructions for them agreed to, 3 Aug,-Order for sending down Musquets, 1 Nov.- Order concerning the County presented, 15.-The Committee for Safety of the Kingdom to prepare a Letter to Lord Lieutenant and Deputies to fend Forces to Lord Fairfax, 9 Mar.

Derense,
-, Matth. 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Contributions, 10 Aug.

Derevell,
-, John, 1642, to bring up Plate found in a Pond, 3 Mar.

Derham,
-, Henry. Vide Kirby, Margaret.

Devereux,
-, Nicolas, 1641, Petition, and Petitioner to be recommended to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 2 Feb.
-, Sir Charles, 1642, committed to the King's Bench, 10 Sept.

Devon County,
-, 1640, new Writ, 20 Mar.-Petition of divers Inhabitants read, and referred to the Committee for Ministers Remonstrance, 19 Feb.
-, 1641, Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 24 Jan.-Order for transporting Fullers Earth thither, 9 Sept.-8 Nov.-Persons, not Recusants, stayed there, to be discharged, 14 Dec.-Earl of Bedford nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved; Lord Lieutenant to be moved to add others; One recommended to him, 17 Mar.-Others approved, 28 May.-18 Oct.-The Committee for Contributions to consider of distributing Moneys collected for Relief of distressed Irish, 22 Mar.
-, 1642, to consider of the Sum to be distributed to those come over into that County, and prepare Order for that Purpose, 26 Mar.-Order for disposing of 500 l. to them, and returning the Residue to the Treasurers, 17 May.-Under-Sheriff to be summoned to give Account why he does not pay it in, 27 June.-Order for delivering Gunpowder for the Service of the County, 30 Mar.-15 Apr.-Members to fee the Militia put in Execution, 4 & 20 June. Lords desired to appoint a Day for it; their Concurrence signified, 17.- Letter concerning fettling the Militia read; Persons to be sent for as Delinquents, 30 Aug. Members appointed for advancing the Propositions for raising Horse, &c. 4 July.-Resolutions and Declarations touching the Propositions, 17 Oct. One disagreed to by Lords; Resolution for omitting it, 19.-Letter concerning the distracted Condition of the County; Instructions to be sent, 21. Information relating thereto; Deputy Lieutenants to take up Ships for Defence thereof-Order about Repayment of Money expended by them, 22.-Order for allowing them the Arms desired, and for paying them Money for the Plate sent, or to be sent, up from thence, 1 Nov. Letters from thence to be delivered at a Conference, 26.-Order about raising Dragoons, 6 Dec.-Order for taking up Provisions for Forces; Members to present Names of Persons sit to be trusted-Ordinance concerning Members, and other well-affected Persons, proclaimed Rebels, 14. Agreed to by Lords, 20. Additional Instructions, 27.-Sheriff to be sent up in safe Custody; no Person to speak with him, 9 Jan.- Order for pardoning such as lay down their Arms within a limited time, read, and re-committed-Ordinance for assessing 12 d in the Pound for maintaining Forces, 17.-For advancing 5,000 l to the Treasurer out of Moneys collected upon the Bill of 400,000 l. 31.-The Committee to consider further of the State of the County, 6 Mar.-Letters concerning a Treaty concluded between Devon and Cornwall, read; a Committee to prepare a Letter and Instructions thereupon; Instructions reported, 11. Letter from Plymouth concerning the Treaty, 14.
-, 1642, Bill for easing the Counties of Devon, Norfolk, and Surrey, by abating the several Charges imposed upon them by the Bill of 400,000 l. read, and rejected, 8 Apr.
-, Earl of, 1642, Resolution for impeaching him, 11 June. Vide Northampton, Earl of.-Information of his Intention to put the Commission of Array in Execution in Derbyshire; Lords to be desired to issue Warrant for apprehending him, 9 July.-Order for paying to the Treasurer Money due to him, 26 Nov.

D'Ewes,
-, Sir Symonds, 1642, his Promise to allow 50 l. per Annum for Relief of Ireland while the War lasts, to be entered, 27 Apr.-Reprehended for exceptionable Words in his Speech, 5 July.

Dewxwell,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Warrant to convey Arms to Gloucester, 8 Oct.

Dexter,
-, Gregory, 1641 & 1642. Vide Privileges

Diccary,
-, Humphrey, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 14 July.

Dicke,
-, Lodovic, and Tho. Cunningham, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 26 Jan.

Dickenson,
-, Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 Oct.

Dickin,
-, Christopher, 1642, Order for bailing him, 6 Mar.

Digby,
-, Sir Kenelme, 1640, to be summoned to attend, 27 Jan.
-, A Committee to prepare Questions to be proposed to him, 28. - House to join with Lords in petitioning the King to remove him from Court, 16 Mar.
-, 1641, Oaths to be tendered to him, 26 May.-Order for his Attendance on the Committee for Recusants convict, 22 June.-Printing a Pamphlet, intituled, "A Duel "between Sir Kenelme Digby and a French Baron", referred to the Committee for Printing, 24 Nov.
-, 1641, Motion for him to explain himself upon exceptionable Words, 21 Apr. Explains himself, 23.-Explains himself upon other exceptionable Words, ordered to withdraw, 8 June.-A Committee to consider of the Printing his and other Members Speeches, 5 May. Printing Sir Edw. Deering's Speech referred, 8. Order for Sitting of the Committee, 14. Another Committee joined, 17.-Report to be made; Serjeant to give Lord Digby Notice thereof, 12 July. His Report; Part of his Letter to Mr Hampden, concerning this Business, read; Report from the Committee; Speech and Publication thereof voted scandalous to the Proceedings of House, and of the King; Order for burning it by the common Hangman; Lords to be moved to join in petitioning the King not to confer any Honour or Employment upon him; a Committee to prepare a Transmission of the Votes, 13.-Report from a Committee concerning his appearing in a warlike Manner with a Troop of Horse; Lords to be moved for an Order for his Attendance on their House, 12 Jan. Message from them, acquainting House they had stayed his Carriages, with a Note of Things contained therein, 25.-His Letters to Sir Edw. Nicholas sent up to Lords, with Desire they may be opened in the Presence of some Members of both Houses; Report of Delivery; a Committee of both Houses appointed; their Report; Message to Lords, desiring his Letter to the Queen may be read in the Presence of the Committee; free Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; House adhere to their former Resolution for opening it; no Copies of these Letters to be delivered or taken, 14 Feb. Sealed Letters opened, and read; Party examined; a Committee to peruse them; Resolution that he is thought fit to be kept from having Access to the King and Queen, 15. Report; Resolution that there is sussicient Reason to accuse him of High Treason, 19. Impeachment to be sent to Lords, with Desire to give him a short Time to come in; Time appointed, 22. Articles read, and agreed to; Clause of saving Liberty; Parties to be examined upon Oath, 25. Lords to be desired that an Assistant of their House may be examined, 25 & 26. Their Concurrence signified; ingrossed Articles read, and agreed to; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; another Member to read the Articles, 26.
-, 1642, a Committee to consider of a Course fit to be observed upon the Impeachment, 19 Apr. Message to Lords, desiring them to appoint a Time when House may demand Judgment; Answer thereto, 29.-Addition to an Article, 2 May.-Copies of his Letter to the Queen, and of Mr. Elliott's Letter to him, read, and to be printed; a Committee to prepare a Preamble, and make Observations thereon, 1 Aug.-Message to Lords, desiring them to appoint a Time to give Judgment, 6.-Resolution for proceeding against him, 29 Dec.
-, 1642, Order for removing him to the Clinke; his Petition, and Petition of Lord Mayor concerning his Commitment, severally read; Question for bailing, and injoining him to leave the King, Neg. 25 Feb.
-, Captain John, 1641, to have Leave to go to Ireland, 11 Nov.
-, 1642, to be summoned to attend; the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to consider of the speediest Course for staying Horse raising by him, 14 July. Order from Lords for staying them, agreed to; Information of another Troop raising, referred, 16.-Voted incapable of fitting during this Parliament; to be sent for as a Delinquent, 5 Aug.-Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; a Committee to prepare Impeachment; Lords to be moved for a Proclamation for his Appearance at a certain Day, 30.-Order for staying him at Northampton, 9 Nov. For continuing him in Prison there, 16. For his Commitment to the Fleet, 23.
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend; examined touching Mr. Oneale's Escape out of the Tower, 6 May.

Diggs,
-, Sir Dudley, 1641, Petition of his Executors referred to the Committee for the Customers, 1 June.

Dike,
-, Lodovick, 1642, to be acquainted with the Sense House has of his Offer of a Ship for Service of the Commonwealth, 12 May. Petition referred to Commissioners for Irish Affairs, 22 June. To the Committee for Adventurers, 25. -Order touching his Ship designed for the Service of Ireland, but employed for Safety of this Kingdom, 9 Mar.
-, 1642, to be thanked for his good Service, 18 Aug.

Dillington,
-, Sir Ro. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 15 Aug. -His Petition to be read, 3 Sept. Read, and referred to the Committee for Informations, 5. Report; Order for bailing him, 8.

Dillon,
-, Lord, 1640, his Cause to be reported, 24 Dec. Reported; Proceedings against him in Ireland voted illegal, 31. -A Committee to consider of a Method for presenting the Report to Lords; the Committee for the Charge against the Earl of Strafford to make use of the Report, 6 Jan.
-, 1641, Declaration read, and to be ingrossed, 8 Sept. Ingrossed Declaration read, and sent to Lords; Report of Delivery, 9.-Another Committee to examine him, and seize his Papers, 24 Dec. Report; the Committee to peruse Letters brought by him, and directed to Members, 27.
-, 1642, Lord Admiral to be moved to stop the Ports against him, 20 June. Speaker to issue Warrant for apprehending him; Scots Commissioners to be moved to write to the Council of Scotland to stop their Ports, 22.

Dimbleby,
-, Walter, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 29. Oct.

Dimmock,
-, Lady, 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Dr. Tomson's Petition, 4 Dec. Vide Fens

Dingley,
-, Captain, 1642. Vide Privileges

Dionis Back-church,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 8 Dec.

Dishington,
-, Sir Tho. 1642, Petition; Order thereupon, 12 May.

Dispatches,
-, 1642, a Committee to give such as they shall think fit, 28 Oct.-Committees added, 9 Nov.

Divall,
-, Griffin, 1642, Order for bailing him, 4 Jan.

Dive,
-, Sir Lewis, 1640, Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 31 Dec. Other Petitions referred, 31 Dec.-4. 11. & 16, Jan. Committees added, 4. Committee to grant Warrant for producing Witnesses, 30.
-, 1641, Order for their Meeting, 1 Apr.-Letter from Lord Digby to him opened, and read by a Committee of both Houses; to be sent for as a Delinquent, 14 Feb. Examined; further Examination referred to a Committee, and to be taken upon Oath; Order for their Meeting, 15.-Another Committee impowered to take the Examination, 16. Member undertakes for his Appearance; Order for his Discharge, 17.
-, 1642, Serjeant to bring him in, 29 Apr.-Information of his Escape to Holland; his Bail to surrender him, 9 May. -Order for seizing his Horses, 12 Nov.

Dixenwell,
-, Mr. 1642, Complaint against him referred to a Member, 17 Sept.

Dixon,
-, Henry, 1642, Order for disarming and securing him, 17 Oct.

Dobson,
-, Mr. 1642, to be continued in Prison, 3 Nov.-To attend, 6 Dec.

Docra,
-, Lord, 1642, Order for allowing him 200 l out of the Contribution-moneys, 15 July. Agreed to by Lords, 20.
-, Captain James, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 18 Aug.-Order for his Discharge, and the Re-delivery of his Horses, 2 Feb.

Dodeswell,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Aug. Serjeant to receive and continue him in Custody, 30.-His Petition, with Articles annexed; heard thereupon; Witnesses examined; to stand committed; further Examination referred to the Committee for Informations, 2 Sept. Another Petition read; nothing done thereupon, 7. Report; Order for bailing him, 26.

Dodington,
-, Sir Francis, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 5 Aug. Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; a Committee to prepare Impeachment; Lords to be moved for Proclamation for his Appearance at a certain Day, 30.-To be removed from the Gatehouse to the Clinke, 13 Dec.- Order from Lords concerning him, and his Petition to them, read, 14 Feb.

Donce,
-, Captain Rich. 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 23 July.

Doonye,
-, Lieutenant Alex. 1642, to be removed to Colchester; a Committee to prepare Letter to Mayor for keeping him close Prisoner, 13 Mar.

Dorchester,
-, 1642, Order from Lords concerning securing the Magazine; agreed to, and to be sent down, 16 July.- Order for Indemnity of Persons desending it, 3 Aug.-Receivers for the Subscriptions for Horse, &c. appointed, 15.- Order for Payment of Money to be disbursed for the Safety of the Town, 27.

Dormer,
-, Mr. 1642, a Committee to examine him, 27 Oct. Report; committed to the Fleet; Member to prepare Declaration concerning a Commission granted him, 28.

Dorset,
-, County, 1641, new Writ, 10 June.-Petition of Sheriffs, &c. read; Order for searching several Houses for Arms; Lord Keeper to be desired to grant Commission to Justices of Peace, to administer Oaths to Recusants there, 4 Feb.-Another Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 19.-Earl of Salisbury nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 17 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Committee for One per Cent. 19 Apr. Vide Turkey Company.- Message to Lords, desiring the Militia may be presently put in Execution; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 1 July. Order for putting it in Execution, 28. Lord Cranborne nominated Lord Lieutenant in the room of the Earl of Salisbury, 8 Sept.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 15 & 18.-Encouragement to be given for advancing Propositions for raising Horse, &c. 8 July. Order for advancing them, 19. Agreed to by Lords, 20.- A Committee to be sent down for that Purpose, 4 Aug. Receivers appointed, 15.-Persons to be excused from being Collectors upon the Bill of 400,000 l 16 July.-Order for Indemnity of Volunteers; Sheriff to be sent for as a Delinquent, 2 Aug.-Order for Payment of Money to be disbursed for the Safety of the County, 27.- Instructions; agreed to by Lords, 12 Oct.-Order for disarming, and sending up all Abettors of the Rebellion, 15.-Agreed to by Lords, 17.-Letter from thence concerning a Neutrality read, and referred to a Committee, 3 Mar. Draught of Answer read, and recommitted; the Committee to peruse Proceedings upon former Neutralities, 7.

Dove,
-, Tho. Incumbent of Patifwick, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants against him; to be read, 30 Jan.

Dover,
-, 1640, new Writ, 10 Feb.
-, 1641, Petitions of Inhabitants; referred to the Committee for Review of the Poll-money, 30 Oct.-11 Feb.-Petition of Mayor, &c. referred to the Committee for the Fort, 18.-Petition of the Parishioners of St. James the Apostle; Lecturer recommended, 21 Mar.-Petition of Merchant Strangers; referred to a Committee, 22.
-, 1642, the Committee impowered to consider what Duties they ought to pay towards maintaining the Pier, 12 Apr.
-, Order for their meeting, 19 July.-5 & 15 Aug.- Order for paying Arrears of Harbour Money, 23 Sept.- against transporting Horses, or ill-affected Persons, from thence, 10 Aug. Information concerning it; referred to the Committee for Informations, 12.-Letters stayed there referred to the fame Committee, 24 Nov.
-, Castle, 1641, Consideration of the State thereof to be recommended to the Lords at a Conference, 14 Aug. Referred to a Committee, 20.-Petitions referred, 18 Feb.- 2 Mar.-All that come to have Voices, 1 Mar.
-, 1642, Member sent down to take Charge thereof, 25 Aug.-A Committee to consider of executing and breaking open Writs by the Captain, 2 Sept.-Order for Indemnity of Volunteers who came to desend it, 14.
-, Earl of, 1641, Message to be sent to Lords, to desire he may be examined by a Committee concerning the Business of the Twelve Bishops, 26 Jan. Sent; their Answer, 27.
-, 1642, Resolution for impeaching him, 11 June. Vide Northampton, Earl of.-His Letter referred to the Committee for Informations, 12 Oct.

Douglas,
-, Sir James, 1641, be sent for as a Delinquent, 16 Dec.

Douthwaite,
-, Nicolas, 1642. Vide Privileges

Downes,
-, Wm. Vide Nevett

Downes,
-, 1642, Persons examined touching a Barque stayed there; Order for discharging it; agreed to by Lords, 11 July.-The Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to take Care concerning Castles there, 23 Sept.

Downhall,
-, Mr. 1642. Vide Privileges

Downing,
-, Dr. 1642, desired to preach, 27 July.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 31 Aug.

Downton,
-, 1640, Election; Order for hearing it by the Committee, 10 Feb.
-, Hundred, 1642, Member to consider the Difference about levying Moneys upon the Bill of 400,000 l. 11 July.

Downton,
-, Nicolas, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 5 Aug.

Dowse,
-, Sir Francis, 1642, his Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 9 Jan.

Doyley,
-, Sir Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 10 Dec.

Dragoons,
-, 1642, a Committee to treat with Undertakers for setting them forth, 20 Sept. Undertakers to have the public Faith, 22. Lords Concurrence signified, 23. Order for raising a Thousand, 20.-Persons advancing Horses or Arms to have the public Faith, 3 Oct. Committees added, 5. Treasurer and Serjeant Major approved, 8. Order for discharging Dragooners Horses, 24. The Committee for Safety of the Kingdom to consider of advancing 5,000 l to them, 28. -Order for Subscribers to pay in their Moneys, 24 Jan.

Drake,
-, Sir William, 1641, Offers his Security for Money, 5 Aug.
-, 1642, Order for him to prepare a Letter to Lord General concerning Acts of Violence done to him by Lieutenant Colonel Browne, 10 Jan. Letter read; agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker, 11.-To have Liberty to go into the Low Countries without vacating his Seat, and to have Warrant to transport himself, 4 Feb.
-, Captain, a Reformado Officer, 1641, to have his Pay though his Name was left out of the Lift, 8 Sept.
-, 1642, to be thanked for his Care in bringing up Prisonels from Devonshire, 27 Dec.-Musqueteers to go with him to convey them to several Prisons, 31.
-, Roger, 1642, his House to be searched for Arms, 14 Oct.

Draper,
-, Captain, 1642. Vide Privileges

Draperies,
-, old and new. Vide Supply

Drapers
-, Company, 1641, their Offer of 100 Quarters of Meal for Relief of the Protestants in Ireland, reported, 29 Jan. Order for thanking them, 31.

Drewell,
-, Lieutenant Geo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for interrupting the Execution of the Militia, 13 June.- to be committed close Prisoner to Lord Petre's House, 23 Jan.

Dreyden,
-, Sir John, 1642, Order for Repayment of his Loan, 8 Aug.

Droilwich,
-, 1642, Bailiffs to be sent for as Delinquents, 9 Aug. -To keep the Magazine, 2 & 29 Sept.-Lords Concurrence signified, 1 Oct.

Drunkards.
-, Vide Swearers

Drury,
-, Geo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 23 Nov.

Dublin.
-, Vide Ireland-1642, Petition of distressed Ladies; referred to the Committee for Contributions, 26 July.

Duck,
-, Dr. 1642, to certify Reasons for not instituting and inducting Mr. Tutty into a Vicarage, 30 July.-His Letter for that Purpose read; Resolution to desire him to give him Institution, 3 Aug.-to be sent for as a Delinquent-his House to be searched for Arms, 12 Nov.

Duckson,
-, Dr. and Curate, 1642, to be sent for as Delinquents, 4 July. Examined, 13. Vide Privileges

Ducye,
-, Wm. 1642, to have Warrant to pass to France, 8 Mar.

Dudley,
-, Ensign, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for interrupting the Execution of the Militia, 13 June.

Duett,
-, Captain. Vide Cary, Serjeant Major.

Dumsaerting,
-, Lord, 1642, Order for paying 20 l to Persons who took him; his Arms and Horses to be sent to Lord General, 1 Nov.-His Examination referred to the Committee for Informations; Examinations taken at Northampton, and Men that took him, to be brought up, 25.-Message from Lords concerning his passing into Scotland; Answer thereto, 22 Dec.

Dunbar,
-, Lord, and Son, 1641, to be summoned to attend, 1 Feb.
-, Mr. 1642, to acquaint Sir Wm. Waller with Wrongs done him by Troopers under his Command, 16 Feb.

Dunch,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself, and Servant, into the Low Countries, 18 July.-To have Leave to convey Pistols, &c. 8 Sept.-Order for Delivery of his Plate stayed by a Constable, 9.

Duncombe,
-, Edmund, 1641, Bill to confirm Lands on him, and his Wife, read, 12 Apr.-Committed, 20 May.
-, Captain, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 26 Apr.

Duncon,
-, Samuel, and Edward Bedwall, 1640, Petition referred to the Bishop of Ely's Committee, 25 Jan.

Dungarvan,
-, Lord, 1642, to have Leave to go to Ireland without vacating his Seat, 9 June.

Dungenesse
-, and Winterton, 1640, Business concerning the Lights; referred to the Committee for Trade; Parties interested to attend them, 23 Nov.

Dunkirk, 1641,
-, Message to Lord Admiral concerning Four Ships laden there with Ammunition for Ireland; another to the Dutch Ambassador for an Order to the Dutch Admiral to take them; their Answers, 13 Jan.-A Committee of both Houses to desire the Spanish Ambassador to take Course for staying them; Form of the Message, 17 Feb. His Answer, 21. Lord Admiral to be acquainted with the Proposition of a Merchantman to take them, 19.-Order for staying a Barque from thence laden with Wines, &c. for Waterford, and for putting Persons therein into safe Custody, 22.
-, 1642, a Committee to examine a Dutch Gentleman concerning a Flect there designed for England, 9 June.

Dunn,
-, Wm. 1642, Lord Chief Justice to be moved for Habeas Corpus, for removing him from York Gaol, 4 Oct.-To be rewarded for his Information of the King's Forces attacking the Parliament Forces at Brentford, 12 Nov.

Dunnevett,
-, 1641, new Writ, 18 Aug.

Dunfmore,
-, Lord, 1642, a Committee to consider of an Impeachment against him, 5 Sept.-His Plate to be sent to Guildhall, 12.-Order for melting it down, 18 Feb.

Dunftable,
-, 1642, Petition of Parishioners; Order for lecturing, 2 Sept. Assistants added, 30.

Dunftan's,
-, St. in the East, 1641, Petition of Parishioners read; Lecturer recommended, 22 Mar.
-, St. in the Weft, 1642, Lecturer recommended, 9 Dec. Order amended, 30.

Duppa,
-, Captain, 1642, to be summoned in safe Custody, 3 Nov. -Beef of his Provision to be deposited in the Tower, 4.

Durant,
-, John, a Lay Preacher, 1641, to be summoned to attend, 5 June.

Durham
-, County, 1640, exempted from paying towards 100,000 l voted for the Army, 16 Nov.
-, 1641, Letter from thence concerning Proceedings in taking the Protestation, and concerning Tumults; a Committee to prepare Order for suppressing them; Petition against High Sheriff referred, 7 Mar. Order for that Purpose, 8. -Sir H. Vane senior nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb. Deputy Lieutenants approved, 17 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition concerning the County referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers; Committee impowered to receive further Informations, 25 Mar.-Sheriff to receive Prisoners from Scotland, 4 July-A Committee to present Names of proper Persons to put the Propositions and Instructions in Execution, 10 Oct.-Lord General to be moved for a Commission to Gentlemen to raise Forces for Preservation thereof, 17.
-, 1640, Bill to send Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses, to Parliament, read, 28 Nov.-1 Dec.-Committed, 1 Jan.
-, 1641, Reported, and re-committed; Order for fitting of the Committee, 21 July.-to be reported, 7 & 17 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 22.-Passed, 7 Apr. Sent to Lords, 12.
-, City, 1640, Business concerning Images in the Cathedral deferred, 30 Nov.
-, 1640, Petition of the Tenants of the Dean and Chapter to be read, 14 & 15 Dec. Read, and referred to the Committee for the Charge against Secretary Windebank, 17.
-, Bishop of, 1641, Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason, 30 Dec. Vide Bishops-Member has Leave to visit him, 8 Feb.
-, 1642, his Petition read; nothing done thereupon, 29 Mar.-Order for allowing him 800 l per Annum, 6 Apr.

Durham
-, House, 1642, a Committee to take care of fortifying a Neck of Land opposite to it; Order for that Purpose, 20 Oct.

Dutch
-, Ambassador, 1641, to be thanked for his good Affections to the State, 13 Jan. His Answer, 17.
-, Churches, 1642, Officers to return to Lord Mayor Lift of Persons not receiving Contributions, 6 Dec.

Dutchmen,
-, 1642, Letter and Pacquet brought by them to Speaker; referred to a Committee, 18 Apr.

Dutton,
-, John, 1640, Petition referred to Secretary Windebank's Committee, 28 Jan.

Duyquerque,
-, Admiral. Vide Eden

Dye,
-, Tho. 1642, Petition; Judges of the King's Bench to be moved for Certiorari and Habeas Corpus, 26 Jan.

Dyer,
-, Tho. 1642, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 July.

Dyers,
-, 1640, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Grievances, 23 Nov.

Dymock,
-, Charles, to have Warrant to carry Arms, &c. into Lincolnshire, 13 June.



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