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'Index - P', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 2: 1640-1643 (1802), pp. 81-93. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=7122 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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PARLIAMENT
-, meets-causes of summoning it opened by the King and Lord Keeper, 13 Apr.-Article touching the Liberty of Parliament prepared, and to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 17. Vide Privileges.- Dissolved, 5 May.

Peard,
-, Mr. gives Offence in his Speech; pardoned upon his Acknowlegement, 23 Apr.

Penance,
-, Bill concerning the Disposal of Money for Commutation thereof, read, 29 Apr. Committed, 2 May.

Petition
-, re-delivered, not being signed, 21 Apr.-Leave to present a new one, the former being mislaid, 24.

Pimme
-, Mr. excuses himself for a Word in his Speech, 18 Apr. -Cleared from having used any unfitting Speeches, 22.- Thanked for his Service in delivering an Address to Lords, 28.

Plimpton
-, Erle, Election, and double Return; Motion about it to be considered by the Committee of Privileges, 20 Apr.

Pluralities
-, of Benefices. Vide Nonresidents.

Poole,
-, Thomas, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Grievances, 1 May.

Privileges,
-, Committee appointed-Order touching their Proceeding, 16 Apr. Committees added, 17. Committee to appoint a Sub-committee to consider of double Returns, and view Indentures, 1 May.-Article of Grievance, touching the Violation of Privileges of Parliament, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 17 Apr. Considered; Proceedings of the Starchamber and King's Bench, concerning several Members of the last Parliament, questioned for Passages therein, to be sent for; Warrants issued for that Purpose; a select Committee to state the Fact, 18. Their Report, 20. Order for consulting with Lords about the Breach of Privileges; a Committee to prepare Inducements thereto, 23. Their Report; Resolutions thereupon; Another Committee to prepare Directions for managing the Conference, 24. Order for their Meeting, 27 & 28. Persons to attend them, 29. Report touching disposition of the Parts of the Conference; Manager appointed, 29. Complaint of a Member's Goods distrained within Time of Privilege, 18 Apr.-Speaker to issue Warrant to stay Suits against * during the Time of Parliament; the Contempt of the Arrest declined, not being committed within Time of Privilege, 24.-Vote of Lords, touching Matters of Supply before it moved from the House, declared a Breach of Privilege; a Committee to prepare an Address to them thereupon, 27. Address reported, and to be entered; Messenger appointed to deliver it; Conference desired, agreed to, held, and reported; Messenger thanked, 28.-Another Conference desired by Lords; Messengers dismissed without Answer; Conference agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 1 May. Reported, 2.
-, Privilege to Sir Peter Temple, by Stay of Suits at Law against him, 29 Apr.-To Mr. Wharton, by Stay of Suits against him in the Court of Honour; Rainshawe to be sent for; Examination of the Contempt referred to the Committee, 30.-Privilege to Mr. Tooley, by Stay of Proceedings against him in the Court of Wards, 1 May.-Motion for Privilege to a Member's Servants summoned to attend the Deputy Lieutenant of Hereford; respited, 2.
-, Resolution that Speaker's refusing to put the Question after a verbal Command by the King, signified by the Speaker, to adjourn, and no Adjournment made by the House, is a Breach of Privilege; Manner of representing it to the King to be debated, 20 Apr.-Said, and not contradicted, that Members had Privilege for Sixteen Days exclusive, and Fifteen inclusive, before the Beginning, and after the Ending, of a Parliament, 24.

PACKAGE.
-, Vide Baillage.

Packer,
-, John, 1641, to pay a free Gift of 100 l. for the Affairs of Ireland into the Chamber of London; to be thanked for it, 19 Nov.

Packet-boats,
-, 1642, the Committee for the Navy to consider of Abuses occasioned by them, 18 Aug.

Packington,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 20 Aug.
-, Abigail, 1642, Petition; to have Warrant to transport herself and Servants to Holland, 17 Oct.

Padner,
-, Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 28 Oct.

Page,
-, Humphry, 1642, Order for his Release out of Custody, 18 July.

Paget,
-, Lord, 1642, Letter pretended to be sent from him to House, read, and referred to Committee for Informations; Perry to be summoned, 20 June.-Lords to be moved to join in discharging him of his Lieutenancy in Bucks, 24.
-, Mark, 1642, Petition; Order for allowing him 100 l. out of Contribution-money, 21 July.

Paine,
-, Mr. a Rucusant, 1641, his House to be searched for Arms, and Letters designed for Ireland to be stayed, 12 Nov.

Painswick,
-, 1640, Complaint of the Inhabitants referred to the Bishop of the Diocese, 8 Mar.

Painter,
-, Mr. 1642, remanded to Prison, 28 Nov.

Palatine,
-, 1641, Copy of a Manifesto concerning the Elector communicated by Lords, read, and referred to a Committee of whole House, 5 July. Considered; Resolution, approving the King's pious Intentions and promising Assistance, to be communicated to Lords at a Conference, and to desire them to join in presenting it to the King, and petitioning him to recommend it to the Parliament of Scotland, 7. Conference desired, and agreed to, 8. Message from Lords, acquainting House what time King would be attended at Whitehall about the Manifesto, and to desire they would appoint a Committee to meet a Committee of Lords to consider whether it is sit to move the King about it; Answer thereto; Committee appointed; their Report; Resolution for assenting that Speaker of Lords House may, in Name of both Houses, present their humble Advice, 12.-A select Committee to examine the Journals, 21° Jan. & 10° Car. about restoring him; Papers conducing to the business to be brought to them, 5 July.
-, 1642, Conference desired by Lords, touching a Letter from the French Ambassador concerning a Proposition to the King of Hungary about the Restitution of the Palatinate; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Letter to be considered, 11 May.-Proposition read, and referred to Committee to prepare Answer, 20 June.-Conference desired by Lords concerning his Affairs; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Committee for King's Revenue to consider of a Method for his Relief, 27 Sept.

Palisher,
-, Rachel, 1642, Petition referred to a Justice of Peace, 17 Aug.

Pallent,
-, Rob. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 17 Jan.

Palmer,
-, Widow, 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Lieutenants, 8 Mar.
-, Mr. 1640, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Religion, 30 Nov.
-, Captain, 1641, to be forthwith sent to attend a Committee, 5 May. Vide Plot.
-, Geoffry, 1641, to answer a Charge against him; heard; withdraws, 24 Nov. Previous and main Questions for committing him to the Tower, severally Affirmative; Question for expelling him, Neg. 25. Committed, 26.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 7 Sept.-His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 8 Dec.
-, Sir H. 1642, to attend with a Petition he has sollicited to get Hands to, 5 Apr. Discharged till required by new Summons, 15. Letter concerning his Demands from the King, concerning Goods aboard a Ship, communicated, by Lords; Earl of Warwick's Behaviour approved, 16 July.
-, Archdale, 1642, approved of to be a Deputy Lieutenant, 27 June.
-, Sir Roger, 1642, has Leave to go to York, 4 July.- To be summoned to attend the Service of House, 19 Sept.
-, Andrew, 1642, committed to King's Bench, 29 July.
-, His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 30 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642, a Committee impowered to put him out of the Tower, 13 Nov.
-, Edw. Town-clerk of Leicester, 1642, to be discharged from his Imprisonment, 3 Dec.
-, Dudley, 1642, Order for discharging his Horses, 11 Jan. The Committee for discharging Horses to consider of Information touching the Releasing of one, 30.
-, Nicolas, and Walter Garrett, 1642, Order for Payment of their Arrears, 25 Feb.

Palmes,
-, Sir Guy, 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, 1642, to be brought up in safe Custody, 17 Dec.

Pamphlets
-, seditious, 1642. Vide Tumults.

Pan
-, Francis, 1642, Petition; Order for paying him for Horses lost at Keynton, 1 Mar.

Papists,
-, 1640, a Committee to consider of Means to prevent their Sitting in the House. Vide Communion.-Another to inquire into their Number in and about London and Westminster, 9 Nov. Vide Recusants.
-, 1641, Business concerning their Arrears referred to a Committee, 15 May.-Committee revived to consider of Papists gone to Ireland, having left their Estates behind them, 20 Jan. Order for their Meeting, 25.-Committees added, 2 Feb.-All that come to have Voices, 1 Mar.
-, 1642, King's Warrant for collecting them upon Sir Jo. Wentworth's Patent, referred, 18 May.-Committee to prepare Declaration concerning King's employing them, upon Informations of Commissions granted to Papist for raising Men, 18 Oct. Declaration reported, and recommitted, 19.-Order for making Report, 1 Nov.-Proclamation concerning securing them, and seizing their Estates in and about London, reported, and recommitted, 4. Reported again, and recommitted, 10. Commitment of them who had been released from Newgate, approved of, 13.-Resolution for securing Papists; and sequestering their Estates; Committee to see it speedily put in Execution in and about London, 16 Dec.-Names of Collectors ordered, 29.

Paramour
-, Captain Tho. 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 13 July.

Parcale,
-, James, 1641, Petition read; Order thereupon, 13 Dec.

Pargetter,
-, Mr. 1640, Petition preferred, and delivered to a Member, 11 Dec.
-, 1641, Business concerning him referred to Mr. Chambers's Committee, 1 July.

Parham,
-, Captain Tho. 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 23 July.

Parker,
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges.

Parliament,
-, 1640, meets, 3 Nov.-Regulation of Proceedings therein to be considered, 16 Mar.
-, 1641, Sub-committee, concerning the Resort to Persons in Prison, or under Bail, for Designs against the Parliament, made a Committee.-Another Committee to consider it, 25 Jan.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for restraining the Publication of Papers, in opposition to Proceedings of both Houses, 20 June.-Ordinance read, and re-committed, 1 July.-Another Committee to prepare Order to prevent Aspersion on their Proceedings at Assizes; their Report, 14.-A Committee to prepare Declaration to clear the Parliament from Aspersions in the King's Declarations and Messages, 15. Declaration reported, and re-committed as to a Clause; reported from Re-commitment, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23.-Order against publishing Proclamations that concern Members, or the Proceedings of Parliament, 19 Nov.-A Committee to prepare a Manifesto, setting for the Reasons of their Proceedings in the present War, 2 Dec.
-, 1640, Bill for yearly holding of Parliaments, read, 24 Dec. Committed, 30.-Committee to stand, 12 Jan. Bill reported, and re-committed; reported from Re-commitment, and to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 20.-Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 5 Feb. Amendments read twice, and committed, 6. Report; free Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 12. Conference desired by Lords; agreed to, and held; Amendments read twice, and to be ingrossed, 13. Bill passed, and sent to Lords; Message desiring them to join in moving King for Royal Assent, 15. Message from Lords, desiring House to join in returning Thanks for the King's Answer; Answer thereto; Form of Thanks sent from Lords, 16.
-, 1641, Bill for Continuance of the present Parliament ordered, 5 May. Read twice, and committed; Reported, and to be ingrossed, 6. Passed, 7. Free Conference to be desired with Lords concerning it; Managers appointed; free Conference agreed to, and held; Bill agreed to by them, 8.
-, Bill for enabling the Lords and Commons to adjourn this present Parliament from Place to Place, read twice, and committed; Reported, passed, and sent to Lords, with special Recommendation, 11 Jan. Lords to be desired to join in moving the King to expedite the Passing it, 15. King's Answer communicated by them, 16.
-, 1641, a Committee to search Places contiguous to the Two Houses of Parliament, 10 May.-A Guard appointed to attend the Houses, 20 Oct.-A Committee to consider what Money is necessary for a convenient Place for them to stand in, and for furnishing them with Powder and Bullet, 25.-Conference desired by Lords concerning them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Order touching Defaulters, and a Place-a Committee to consider of Recompence to them, and filling the Companies, 2 Nov. Establishment and Pay reported; Paymasters appointed, 10.- Guard discharged from Night-watches; Members and Justices of Peace for Westminster to take care there be a sufficient Watch, 6.-Order for setting a Guard with Halberts, 17.- -Conference desired by Lords concerning a Message from the King about dismissing the Guard, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords to be desired to move him for continuing them, 26. Their Answer; a Committee to assign Reasons, and receive Informations, conducing to the Business; Petition reported; to be ingrossed, and sent to Lords; Conference desired by Lords concerning King's Answer; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 27.-Order for paying the former-the Committee to assign Reasons for removing the new Guard, 29. Reasons reported, 30.-Conference desired by Lords concerning Multitudes about both Houses, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Debate thereon adjourned, 27 Dec. Resumed; Question concerning joining with Lords in a Declaration, Neg.; Resolution to join in a Petition for a Guard upon certain Conditions, 28. Lords desired to hasten their Answer; Justices of Peace, &c. to set a double Watch and Guard, 29.-Resolution for renewing the Desire of a Guard-Lords Votes relating thereto-Order for setting armed Watches; Member to provide Twenty Halberts, 30. -Message to King, to desire a Guard under Earl of Essex's Command; King's Desire to have it in Writing reported; a Committee to put it in Writing; written Message reported; Speaker impowered to receive the Answer, and send it to the Committee; Power given them to consider it, 31.-Answer presented from the Committee-Order for putting the Trained Bands in Readiness, and for setting strong Guards in the mean time about the City; Lords to be desired at a Conference to join in petitioning the King for a Guard, approved by both Houses; their Order concerning it, agreed to, 3 Jan. King's Answer communicated by Lords, 4.-Resolution touching the Actions of the Citizens in guarding the Parliament, sent to Lords-Order for a Guard of Trained Bands under Major General Skippon, 11.-A Committee to take daily Care that Places near the House be secure, 12. Votes concerning a Guard, in the Form of Declaration, reported; agreed to; to be ingrossed, and sent to Lords; Resolution to be added, and sent, 17. Agreed to by Lords- a Committee to consider of furnishing them with Ammunition, and examine into an Affront offered them; Person examined concerning it; Guard to apprehend Persons affronting them, 28.-Order for One Company only to attend; agreed to by Lords, 5 Mar.
-, 1642, Guards to go home when Houses rise, 6 Apr.- Halberts borrowed to be restored-Twenty to be provided, 8. -Order for sending down a complete Company under Major General Skippon, 5 May. To be continued; Lords Concurrence signified, 16.-Sheriffs acquaint House with King's Writ, prohibiting them to send down Guards; Thanks thereupon; Order for them to continue their Warrant, 10 June.- The Committee for Informations to inquire into the Business between the Caviliers and Serjeants that beat up Drums for Guards, 13.-Warrants to be renewed to the new Sheriffs, 1 Oct. Lords Concurrence signified; Form thereof, 3.

Parram,
-, John, 1641, Petition read, 14 Feb. Vide Privileges.

Parry,
-, Dr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.

Parsons,
-, Richard, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 18 Oct. -Order for his Discharge, 7 Nov.

Pascall,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 5 Aug.

Paston,
-, Mr. 1642, Order for Indemnity of Persons who seized his Horses, 26 Jan.-To be sent for in Custody, 30.

Pate,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for by Warrant for interrupting the Execution of the Militia; Lords moved to join therein; Conference desired by them thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lords Order reported; Lord Lieutenant and others to assist in apprehending him, 18 June.

Patents
-, complained of. Vide Tobacco, Guiney and Binney, Redwood, Coperas Stones, Beads and Beaugles, Wines, and Salt.
-, 1640, Order for bringing in all concerning Projects dated fince 1° Car. 5 July.

Patiswick,
-, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants against Tho. Dove, to be read, 30 Jan.-Referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 1 Feb. Vide Ministers, preaching.

Patoun,
-, Wm. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself to France, 12 May.

Paul,
-, St. Covent Garden, 1640, Bill concerning it read, 8 Feb.
-, 1641, Committed 25 May.
-, 1642, Ordinance for supplying the Cure, and sequestering the Profits thereof, 14 Jan. Agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment, 16.

Paul,
-, Dr. 1642, to have Warrant to ride Post to the King, 5 Oct.

Pauling,
-, Rich. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Paul's
-, Cross 1642, a Committee to prepare Order for appointing a Preacher there, 16 Sept. Order to be sent to Lords, 24. Messenger appointed, 30.-Dismissed without Answer, 1 Oct.
-, St. Dean of, 1642, a Committee to prepare Ordinance to make his House a Prison; Keeper appointed, 2 Jan.

Pawlett,
-, Thomas, 1641, Petition read, avowed, and referred to a Committee, 1 June.
-, Sir James, 1641, allowed to be a Colonel in the Irish Service, 10 Feb.
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 22 July.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 8 Aug.-Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; a Committee to prepare Impeachment; Lords to be moved for Proclamation for his Appearance at a Day certain, 30. Vide Hertford, Marquis of.
-, Lord, 1642, Information of Words spoken by him, read, and to be printed, 9 Aug.-Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; a Committee to prepare Impeachment; Lords, to be moved for Proclamation for his Appearance, 30. Vide Hertford, Marquis of.

Payler,
-, Mr. 1641, to give Acquittances for Money advanced for the Relief of Berwick, 24 Apr.-Message to be sent to Lords about paying him the Loan promised by them, 8 May. -Order about Re-payment of Money advanced by him, 13.
-, 1642, his Petition referred to the Committee for Accounts, 3 June. His Accounts referred to the same Committee, 25.

Payne,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself to Ireland, 8 July.
-, Wm. 1642, Lord Chief Justice to be desired to grant Habeas Corpus, without Fee, to remove him from Bath Gaol; 7 Oct. Order for his Discharge, 30.
-, Jo. 1642, Order for his Commitment, 9 Mar.

Payton,
-, Sir Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.

Peake,
-, Dr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 9 Nov. A Committee to prepare Impeachment against him, 16.

Peard,
-, Geo. 1640, cleared from offensive Words in his Speech, 24 Nov.
-, 1642, his promise to allow 20 l. per Annum for Relief of Ireland while the War lasts, to be entered in Journals, 27 Apr.-Member to return Answer to his Letter, 31 Jan.

Peasly,
-, Captain, 1642, appointed Serjeant Major of Lord Kerry's Regiment, 18 Aug.-Petition, with other Papers, referred to the Committee for Adventurers, 19 Sept.

Peccatt,
-, Marmaduke, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Feb.

Peers,
-, 1642, Bill from Lords to restrain those made hereafter from sitting and voting in Parliament, 14 May.-To be read, 1 & 6 Sept. Read, 7.

Peirson,
-, Mr. 1642, his House to be searched for Arms, 6 July.

Pelham,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 23 Sept.-To be brought up to attend it, 24 Oct.

Pell,
-, Walter, 1642, Order for his Commitment, 18 Jan.

Pembroke
-, and Montgomery, Earl of, 1641, Lords to be desired to join in a Petition to the King to appoint him Lord Steward of the Houshold, 9 Aug.-29 Nov.
-, 1642, Order for his taking care of the Isle of Wight, 4 Aug.-Lords to be moved for him to go into Wilts, 10. Their Concurrence signified, 12. Instructions for him read, and agreed to, 17.-His Petition concerning Losses sustained in Fishing and Business, referred to the Committee for Navy, 14 Sept.-Appointed Commander of the Western Counties; a Committee to prepare a Commission; Commission reported, and agreed to-the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to prepare Instructions, 13 Oct.-Lords to be desired to hasten the Commission, 20 Oct.-1 Nov.-To have Order for Protection of his Chace at Alborne, 4 Feb.
-, 1641, Bill from Lords for assuring Durham-house to him, and his Heirs, and 200 l. per Annum to the Bishop, and his Successors, in lieu, read thrice, and passed, without Commitment, 7 Aug.-Another Bill from Lords for Indemnity of him and his Wife, notwithstanding any Office to be found by the Earl of Cumberland, 30 Dec.-Read, 3 Jan.
-, 1642, Committed, 7 Apr.-Committee revived; to sit de die in diem, 1 June.-Bill reported, 22 July. Returned to Lords, with an Amendment, 23.-Amendment agreed to by them, 11 Aug.-Bill passed, 8 Sept.
-, County, 1641, Earl of Northumberland nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Instructions to be sent down, 10 Aug. Order concerning the County sent to Lords, 18.-Conference desired with them concerning Letters from thence, 26 Nov.
-, Town, 1641, Letter to be prepared, and sent Post to the Mayor, to stay Ships, &c. of the Merchants of Wexford- Letters, and Examinations taken by him concerning Irish Affairs, referred to a Committee, 28 Jan.
-, 1642, Mayor to be thanked for his Care in apprehending Persons, 30 Mar.

Pemmerton,
-, Michael, 1641, not to be discharged till further Order, 17 Jan.-His Petition read; a Committee to prepare Matter of Fact by way of Charge, 18 Feb.-To be bailed, 1 Mar. Bail approved, 4.

Penfole,
-, James, 1642, Treasurers for Subscription-moneys to repay him 600 l. paid for Security of Dover Castle, 7 Oct. -House, upon Failure thereof, engage to satisfy him, 22 Nov.-the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to give their Warrants for Payment thereof, 6 Dec.

Pennard,
-, 1642, Lecturer recommended, 30 Apr.-Petition of Inhabitants; Edwards to be sent for as as a Delinquent, 24 May. Vide Edwards, Mr.

Pennatt,
-, Wm. 1641, to have a Warrant for apprehending Priest, and seizing Massing-stuff, 9 Sept.

Pennington,
-, Alderman, 1640, expected to give an Account concerning Moneys from the City, 8 Feb.
-, 1641, Petition referred to Sir John Brooke's Committee, 25 May.
-, 1642, to attend the Charge of Lord Mayor without vacating his Seat, 16 Aug.
-, Sir Jo, 1641, Message from Lords, acquainting House they had sent for him, and that he was there, 25 Jan. His Examination reported; Order for his Discharge; his ingenuous Dealing approved, 26.-Previous Question for approving him to be Commander in Chief of the Summer Fleet under Lord Admiral, Neg. 10 Mar.
-, 1642, Message from Lords, acquainting House they had sent for him, and that he was there; Messenger dismissed without Answer; a Committee to prepare Interrogatories to examine him upon; Message to be sent to Lords, desiring he may be examined, upon Oath, in the Presence of some Members of both Houses, 25 Mar.-To be examined before a certain Day, or discharged, 2 Apr. To be discharged unless examined this Night, 9.
-, Captain, 1641. Vide Richaut.

Pennoyer,
-, Wm. 1642, Order for his taking up Carts, &c. for conveying Powder to Bristol, 7 Oct. For discharging some of them, 8.-Order for Payment to him referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 29 Dec.-The Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to examine his Account, 9 Jan. Matter referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 23.

Penrose,
-, Wm. 1642, committed to the Fleet, 27 Dec.

Penyman,
-, Sir Wm. 1642, Serjeant to send a particular Messenger with a Summons for him to attend forthwith, 7 Apr.

Penyman,
-, Sir Wm. 1640 his Licence to visit the Earl of Strafford, upon Protestation of Secrecy concerning the Business of House, 5 Dec.-Business concerning him referred to the Committee for Deputy Lieutenants, 15.
-, 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament- new Writ ordered, 11 Aug.

Percivall,
-, Sir Antony, 1642, to be sent for in Custody, 10 Nov.-To be summoned to attend, 2 Mar. Examined touching a Debt due upon the Customs; Order for sequestering and seizing his Estate, 3.

Perkins,
-, Richard, 1641, Petition read, 9 Nov.-Another read and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs; Petitioner to be recommended to Lord Lieutenant, 1 Dec.

Perpetuanaes.
-, Vide Supply.

Perrott,
-, Geo. 1640, his Petition to the King on behalf of himself, and other Papists, read, 1 Dec.
-, John, 1640, to sent for by Warrant, 17 Mar.
-, Rich. 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for offensive Words in his Sermon, 19 Mar.

Pert,
-, Paul, and Jo. Williams, Collectors of the Subsidies, 1642, to be charged with 600 l. paid by them contrary to Order of Parliament, 27 Sept.

Pescod,
-, Nicolas, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 2 Dec.

Peterborough,
-, 1642, Election and double Return; Report; Mr. Fitzwilliams admitted into the House; Sir Robert Napper and Mr. Geo. Fane to forbear sitting till their Elections determined, 9 Nov.-Further Report; Sir Robert Napper declared to be duly elected, 4 Feb.
-, Earl of, 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Bishop of, 1641, impeached of high Crimes and Misdemeanors, 4 Aug. Vide Bishops-Of High Treason, 30. Dec. Vide Bishops.
-, 1642, Order for allowing him 100 l. per Annum, 6 Apr.

Peter's,
-, St. Cornhill, 1642, Petition of Parishioners; Lecturer appointed, 13 Oct.

Petersfield,
-, 1641, Parishioners to chuse a Lecturer; Minister to admit him to the Use of his Pulpit, 17 Feb.

Peterson,
-, Captain Jo. 1642, Petition; Order thereupon, 13 Jan.-Order touching paying his Freight and Charges for bringing up Prisoners from Plymouth, 23.

Petition
-, of Right, 1640, a committee to consider Proceedings in Parliament concerning it, 27 Nov.-Managers at a Conference to represent to Lords the Fifth Article thereof concerning Religion, and King's Answer, 16 Mar.

Petitioners,
-, called in to avow their Petitions, 28 & 30 Nov. -3, 4. 12. 18, 19. 22, & 23, Dec.-2 & 23 Jan. -10. 13. 16, 17, & 18, Feb. 1640.-21 & 24 Apr.- 29 May.-1 June.-4. 10. & 30, Aug.-1 & 6 Sept. -1. 7. & 11, Dec.-17 Jan.-19. 25, 26, & 27, Feb. -2 Mar. 1641.

Petitions,
-, 1640, re-delivered to be read in a full House, 7.9. &27, Nov.-Re-delivered to Persons that preferred them, 9.- Averred, 9 & 28.-Re-delivered to be amended, 20 Nov. -28 Jan.-Inlarged, 26 Nov.-Four preferred to last Parliament renewed, and referred to the same Committee, 30. -A Committee to peruse a Petition found in Salisbury Plain; Order for burning it by the common Hangman, 10 Dec.-Another Committee to peruse all presented, and dispose them to Committees, 12. Impowered to dispose them to what Committees they think fit, 17.-To consider specially Petitions concerning the Public; Committees added, 1 Jan. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 11. Petitions withdrawn 11 Jan.-12 Feb.-Presented, but not read, 4 & 30 Jan.-Re-delivered to be presented to Lords, 11 & 28.-Withdrawn to be amended, 11 Feb.-Recommended to Committees for Expedition, 13 & 15.-Rejected, 13.- Order for reading the general Petitions from several Counties, 27.-Against receiving any for a certain Time, 3 & 20 Mar.
-, 1641, like Order, 15 May.-Petition to be avowed before a Committee, 19.-Remitted to the Parliament in Ireland, 25 & 29 June.-5 Aug.-Withdrawn, 9 & 12 July.-Recommended to the Care of Two Members, 30.- Recommended by the King, 31.-Petition presented, and not subscribed; Proceedings thereupon, 24 Feb.
-, 1642, Petitions referred to Lord Admiral, 1, 2. & 4, Apr.-Referred to Justices of Peace, 14 Apr.-17 Aug. -Re-delivered to be subscribed, 15 Apr.-Referred to the Alderman, Deputy, &c. of a Ward, 21.-To Lieutenants of the Tower and Ordnance, 4 June.-Copy of a Petition referred to a Committee, both Sides agreeing it is a true Copy, 22.-Petitions to be printed, 1 July.-6 Aug.-Referred to Lord General, 19.

Petre,
-, Lord, 1641, Lords to be desired at a Conference to join in a Petition to the King, that he may be re-put into the Custody of the Earl of Warwick, 22 June.-A Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference thereupon, 6 Aug-Another Committee to search his House for suspected Persons, 16 Nov.
-, 1642, another Committee to search it for Money; Cabinet seized there, to be conveyed to the Chamber of London, 22 Aug.-Conference to be desired with Lords concerning the Wardship of him, 16 Sept.-The Committee for Persons to prepare Ordinance for making his House in Aldersgate-street a Prison; Keeper appointed, 2 Jan.-His Money to be employed for Service of the Common wealth, 18 Feb.
-, Lady Dowager, 1641, Petition read, 6 Aug.
-, 1642, Order for staying Horses going to her House, 3 Nov.

Petteward,
-, Seman, 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for Prisoners, 28 Aug.

Pettis,
-, Mr. Town Clerk of Southampton, 1642, Order for his Discharge, 20 Dec.

Pewter,
-, 1642, Declaration to take off Aspersions concerning levying an Excise thereon, ordered, presented, and to be printed, 8 Oct.

Phillips,
-, Robert, a Priest, 1641, to be sent for in Custody concerning Two Letters sent to Mr. Mountague in France, 24 June. Serjeant's Report, 24 & 25. Message to the King thereupon. Vide Privileges. Examined; further Examination referred to a Committee; Order for his Attendance on the House and them, 26. Report; Committee to examine him concerning his Servants; another Committee to inquire what Pensions are allowed him for seducing Protestant Children, 26.-Impowered to send for him, and examine him further, 1 July.-Printing his Letter referred to the Com mittee for Printing, 23 Aug.-To be summoned to appear, 30 Oct.-Message to Lords to thank them for committing him, and desire he may not be released without the Knowledge of House, and none to be admitted to speak to him, but in Presence of the Keeper; Answers thereto; a Committee to examine Strangers resorting to him, 3 Nov. Their Report, 4. Message from Lords, expressing their Inclination to release him; Messenger dismissed without Answer; another Message to them, desiring them not to release him till they hear further; Answer thereto, 20. Another Message from Lords, expressing their Inclination to release him upon a Message from the Queen; Answer thereto, 23. Message to Lords, to acquaint them, that, in regard to his Sickness, he may be removed to Somerset-house, 30.-Conference desired with Lords concerning their Message touching him; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held; Order for opening a Trunk brought to him in the Tower, 1 Dec. Another Conference desired by Lords, about a Message from the Queen concerning him, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 7. To be reported, 10. Answer respited; Message to be sent to Lords, desiring Witnesses may be examined against him, 18.
-, Thomas, 1641, a Committee to examine him at his own House, in the Presence of Parties concerned, 30 June.- Two impowered to take the Examination, 1 July.
-, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Aug.-Order for disarming and sending him up in safe Custody, 15 Oct.
-, Report concerning him; Order for his Discharge, 25 Nov.
-, Edward, 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 22 July.
-, Lewis, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 18 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642, the Committee for maimed Soldiers to consider of Re-compence for him, 13 Nov.
-, Captain Geo. 1642, Order for distributing Money to him, and the Soldiers in his Regiment, 24 Dec.

Physicians,
-, Popish, 1640, Motion for referring the Consideration of them to a Committee; Answer thereto, 11 Nov.
-, College of, 1642, a Committee to treat with them about a Loan; to be a standing Committee, 3 June. Members to prepare a Letter to them concerning it, 7.

Pickering,
-, Mr. 1641, sent with a Petition to the King, and Instructions to the Committees in Scotland, 13 Nov.-Certificate of his faithful Performance of the Trust, read, 2 Dec. A Committee to consider of Satisfaction to him, 13.
-, 1642, Order for Payment of Money spent in the Service of Parliament, 27 Feb.
-, Sir Gilbert, 1642, Order for Re-payment of his Loan, 8 Aug.

Pierce,
-, Jo. 1642, to be summoned for not paying Money received upon the Act of Contribution, 17 June.

Piercy,
-, Mr. 1641, Informations and Examinations concerning him read; Lambe and Merry weather to be brought to House; free Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed; another free Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported, 15 May.-Articles against him to be considered, 5, 6. 11. 12, 13. & 18, Aug.-Considered, 12 & 13. Votes and Articles read; Resolution for charging him with High Treason, 12.-Order for respiting his Pay to be sent to the Paymaster, 25.-His Business to be considered, 17 Nov. -A Committee to consider of a fit Method to proceed against him, 6 Dec.-Expelled, 9.-Report to be made, 14. -Resolution for accusing him of High Treason, 17.
-, 1642, Time to be prefixed for his Accusation, 26 Mar. -Impeachment to be sent to Lords, 17 June.-Letter directed to him, communicated by Lords at a Conference, opened, and referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 30 July.
-, Sir Herbert, 1641, to be summoned to appear before the Committee for Recusants convict, and, upon taking Oaths, and giving Security, to have Liberty, 13 Aug.

Pierpoint,
-, Mr. 1641, offers his Security for Money, 5 Aug.
-, 1642, has Leave to send down Arms and Ammunition for Defence of his House, 28 May.

Piers,
-, Wm. Archdeacon of Bath, 1640. Vide Privileges, and Bath and Wells.
-, Dr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 29 Mar.- Examined touching the Kentish Petition, 1 Apr. Order for his Discharge, 2.

Pilton,
-, 1642, Petition of Parishioners; Lecturer recommended, 26 Aug.

Pinchback,
-, Captain Tho. 1642, Members to consider of Arrears due to him, 5 July.-Order for paying them, 5 Oct.

Pinke,
-, Dr. 1642, to be removed to the Clinke, 17 Nov.- to be bailed, 5 Jan.

Pinmakers,
-, 1640, Petition and Proclamation touching them, referred to the Committee for Grievances; 24 Nov.

Pinner,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Curate to permit the Lecturer to exercise his Ministry, 17 Aug.

Pirate,
-, Turkish, 1640. Vide Captives. King to be moved to send Ships to scour the Seas of them, 12 Dec.
-, 1640, Bill for suppressing and destroying them, read, 1 Mar.
-, 1641, Committed, 3 Apr. Passed, 28.-Sent to Lords, 1 May.
-, 1642, another Bill to the same Purport ordered; Lord Admiral to be desired speedily to set forth Ships, to clear the Coasts of them, 23 Apr.
-, 1642, Conference desired with Lords concerning a Reward to Undertakers for suppressing them; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 28 Sept.

Pitt,
-, Mr. 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for the Judges, 29 May.

Place,
-, Samuel de le, 1640, Petition against the Dean of Jersey, read, avowed, and referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers; Mr. Bandinell to be sent for as a Delinquent, 2 Jan. Vide Bandinell.

Plague,
-, 1641, Order touching Houses visited with it in London and Westminster, 26 Aug. Extended to Middlesex and Surry, 28.-A Committee of both Houses appointed to consider of Order to prevent the Spreading of the Infection, 6 Sept. Conference desired by Lords thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Orders from Lords read, and agreed to, with Amendments, 8. Returned; Report of Delivery; Amendments agreed to by Lords, 9.-Order for putting it in Execution, 25 Oct.

Plate,
-, 1641, a Committee to consider of a Method for bringing it to be coined, 2 June. Report; Resolution thereupon, 4.
-, 1642, Order concerning melting and coining it, agreed to by Lords, 17 June. Form thereof, 18.-Another Order to the same Purport, 30. July.-Ordinance for melting several Parcels brought into Guildhall, 18 Feb.

Playters,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Liberty to transport Four Horses into France, 5 Apr.-To be summoned to attend, 23 Jan.

Pleddall,
-, Mr. 1641, Exceptions taken to Words spoken by him upon the King's Message concerning the Militia; pardoned upon his Acknowledgement, 2 Mar.
-, 1642, Exceptions taken to other Words spoken by him; pardoned on his Acknowledgement, 8 June.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.
-, Lieutenant, 1642, Order concerning him agreed to by Lords, 7 Oct.

Plenty,
-, Tho. 1640. Vide Privileges.

Pleydell,
-, Oliver, 1642, to be recommended to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 26 Sept.

Plot,
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare Heads for a Message. to Lords, desiring them to appoint a Committee to examine Persons concerning a Plot to reduce the Army; Letter referred; Message sent; Lords Concurrence signified; the Committee to be present at the Examination; they make Protestation of Secrecy, 4 May. Free Conference to be desired with Lords concerning the Peace and Safety of the Kingdom; the Committee to prepare Heads; Managers and Reporters appointed; Heads about the present Designs of Portsmouth, and the French, reported; Members sent into Yorkshire, and to Portsmouth; additional Committee makes the Protestation of Secrecy; Conference held, and reported; the Committee to prepare Instructions for Persons sent into Yorkshire, and Letter to be carried by them; impowered to join with them Two Assistants; Letter reported, and recommitted, 7. Reported. from Re-commitment, 8. Letters referred, 13.-Report to be made, 5 June. Message to Lords, desiring House may make use of Examinations before the Select Committee of both Houses relating thereto; their Answer, 7. Report touching the Business of the Tower-the Army-the French -Actions sending this Way-the fortifying Portsmouth, 8. Committee revived, 9. Report to be considered; Order for further Report-Earl of Northumberland's Answer to a Message concerning a Letter to him from Mr. Piercy; Message to him thereupon, 12. Conference desired by Lords concerning the Army; agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Two Letters read; a Committee to prepare Answer to one of them; Lord General to be desired to use his best Endeavours for discovering the Promoters; Transcript of Mr. Piercy's Letter read; Proceedings thereupon, 14. Vide Wilmot, Ashburnham, Pollard, Berkley, and O'Neale. Examination of Colonel Younge referred to the Committee, 16. Their Report, 21. Committee to consider the Matter of Fact as proved, and prepare Charges against such as shall be found Delinquents; Committees added, 28.
-, Report to be made, 12 July. Made, and to be kept secret, 22. To be considered, 22, 23, 24 & 30. Considered, 24 & 26. Resolutions touching Mr. Piercy, Mr. Jermyn, Sir John Suckling, and Mr. Davenant, 24 & 26. Vide Singulos. Captain Chudleigh to attend, 26.
-, 1641, Examination of Beal offering to discover a Plot, referred to a Committee; makes a Narrative at Bar; Message to Lords acquainting them therewith; their Answer; free Conference desired by them thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held; Message to Lords, desiring House may pursue Depositions concerning the last Plot; Messenger dismissed without Answer; Depositions sent down; Another free Conference desired with the Lords; agreed to 15 Nov. Examinations from Lords to be read; Lords to be desired Beal's Information may be printed, 16. Several Examinations before Lords Committees read; Resolution thereupon; a Committee to consider of them, and former Examinations, 17. Papers referred; Order for Examining Beal thereupon, 26. Letters and Examinations taken upon the First Design, referred, 27 Report re-committed, 21 Dec.

Plowden,
-, Francis, 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, upon a Report from the Committee for Soap, 30 Oct.

Plukenett,
-, Rob. 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, to answer a Complaint against him for beating a Collector of the Poll-money, 8 Sept. To be bailed, 9.
-, Thomas, 1642, Order about delivering him from his Imprisonment, 12 Oct.

Plunder,
-, 1642, Informations concerning Houses and Goods plundered by King's Guards, to be printed, 28 July. Declaration touching Satisfaction to Persons in the Service of Parliament, that shall be plundered, agreed to, 29.-Order for Satisfaction to them; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 1 Dec. Ordinance reported, and re-committed, 7.-Persons impowered to seize their Goods where they find them; Assistants to be saved harmless, 22 Nov.-8 Dec.

Plunkett,
-, Nicolas, 1641, Order to pass both Houses for apprehending him, 12 Mar.

Pluralities,
-, 1640, Bill against them, read, 25 Feb.-Committed, 10 Mar.
-, 1641, Order for the Meeting of Committee, 8 & 27 Apr.-21 May.-Bill to be reported, 18.-Reported Question for Re-commitment, Neg; to be ingrossed, 28 -Passed, and sent to Lords with special Recommendation, 19 June.-House put them in mind thereof, 6 July.- Move them to expedite it; Report of Message delivered, 12. -Conference desired by Lords thereupon, 12 Feb. Agreed to, and held; Amendments reported, and agreed to; free Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed; free Conference agreed to, and held, 17. Another free Conference desired with Lords; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 24.-House put Lords in mind of the Conference desired, 12 & 22 Mar. Conference agreed to, 22. Managers appointed; Conference held, 23.
-, 1642, Message to Lords, desiring them to expedite the Bill; Answer thereto, 1 & 12 Apr.-Bill referred, with Amendments and a Proviso; Amendments in part agreed to; Conference desired with Lords; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Proviso and Amendments agreed to; Bill to be amended, 3 May. Sent to Lords, 4. Message to them, desiring them to expedite it, 25.- To King, desiring him to pass it, 13 July.-New Bill read twice; Question for Commitment, Neg; to be ingrossed, 27 Dec.-Proviso added; Bill passed, 7 Jan. Agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment, 16.

Plymouth,
-, 1641, Bill for Confirmation of Letters Patents for building a Church, read twice, and committed, 20 May.- Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 June. Passed, 24.- House put Lords in mind thereof, 6 July.
-, 1641, new Writ, 9 Mar.-A Committee to peruse Letters directed to Rome, and stayed, and sent up by the Mayor; their Report, 31 Dec.-Letter from Mayor read; Lord Admiral to take care of disposing of the Ship with Arms there; Lords to be acquainted therewith, 7 Mar.-Mayor to certify the Names of Men who refuse to watch, 24.
-, 1642, Letter from Mayor, and Examinations touching Turkish Men of War upon the Coast, referred to a Committee, 21 July.-Order for Indemnity of him, and future Mayors that shall fortify the Town, agreed to by Lords, 16 Sept.-Another Letter from him concerning Cavaliers coming thither; Resolution thereupon, 17 Oct.-Committee for Propositions added, 22.-Letters from thence concerning the State of the Town; Letter of Thanks to be sent to Mayor, 16 Feb.-Other Letters from Committees concerning Arms for their Volunteers, and the Power of martial Law; Power given to the Earl of Stamford, 6 Mar.

Points,
-, Sir Rob. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 28 Nov.

Polegreen,
-, John, 1642, to be discharged, 9 Dec.

Polehill,
-, Nicolas, and Peter Reynolds, 1642, Petition; a Committee to prepare Ordinance to impower them to seize all Ammunition, &c. bound for Ireland, 23 Nov.

Polewheele,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.

Pollard,
-, Captain, 1641, to make Protestation that he will not confer with Colonel Goringe, 11 June.-Examined touching Mr. Piercy's Letter; committed to the Gatehouse upon Suspicion of High Treason, 14.-To the King's Bench, 15. His Petition read; Order for bailing him, 30.- Articles against him to be considered, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13 & 18 Aug.-Order for respiting his Pay to be sent to the Paymaster, 25.-Question that he should have it, Neg. Resolution for his having it, 8 Sept.-House to consider what Name to give his Fact, 6 Dec. Votes concerning him, and Captain Chudleigh's Examination, read; Resolutions for accusing him of Misprision of Treason, and expelling him, 9.
-, 1642, Time to be prefixed for his Accusation, 26 Mar.
-, Bond for his Appearance to be delivered up, 1 & 7 July.
-, Sir Hugh, 1642, to be brought up as a Delinquent, 30 Aug.

Poll-money.
-, Vide Supply.-1641, Members to conceive an Order concerning Collectors, 2 July. Collectors appointed- King to be moved for a Proclamation touching the Payment thereof, 5. Order about Persons, not Members, paying it into the Chamber of London-Motion for Receivers to attend all Day; Answer thereto-Order touching the speedy Payment thereof at York, 8. Further Order concerning Commissioners, 16. Lord Keeper to be moved for Commissions for speedy Payment, 10 & 12.-Benchers, appointed Receivers for the Inns of Court, to present a List of Persons who have paid-Subsidy-books to be delivered to the Treasurers, 12.- Order for raising the Money, and for Allowance to Collectors, to be printed, 14.-A Committee to prepare Order for taking the Collectors Accounts, 16.-Order for Security of Persons advancing Money thereupon, 20.-A Committee to inquire into the Stop of Commissions, 23.-Member to inquire of Lord Keeper touching the Neglect of delivering Commissions for York, 26. Messengers of the Great Seal, and Clerks of the Petty Bag, to be summoned to attend concerning it, 27.-Commissioners, notwithstanding additional Honours, to execute the Commission, 29.-Order touching Money collected in several Parts of Middlesex, and in Romney March, 30.-Order for Three Counties to pay it into the Chamber of London-for Allowance to Collectors and Commissioners Clerks, 2 Aug.-For hastening the Collection in the City and adjoining Counties, 4.-Touching Collections in the Head Ports, 7.-To forbear levying it upon Merchant Strangers, 11.-Speaker to write a Letter to Sheriffs to expedite the Collection; a Committee to prepare it, 23. Letter reported, agreed to, and to be signed by him-Order for Eight Counties to pay it in at York; Letter and Order for that Purpose to be prepared; reported, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified; Ordinance to be ingrossed; Motions for private Intimations to Sheriffs-for sending a Messenger express with the Orders-Sheriffs to send it up by Convoys, 24. Letter read, and to be ingrossed; ingrossed Ordinance read, agreed to by Lords, and recommended for Expedition -a Committee to compare the Payments of the Poll-money with the Subsidy Rolls, 25.-Declaration that all ought to pay it, notwithstanding any Pretence of Privilege or Patent of Exemption, 28.-Poll-money for Norfolk to be paid into the Chamber of London; Draught of a Review thereof ordered, 1 Sept. To be presented, 6. Motion for House to deliver their Opinion concerning the Intent of the Resolutions thereupon, 9.-Remainder for Leicestershire to be paid to the Commissioners at London, 20 Oct.-A Committee to review the Proceedings in the Collection; Instruction touching the Patentees of Salt-the Accounts of Vestries -the Exactions of Fees by Officers, 29. Petitions referred, 30.-Committees added, 1. 9. & 18 Nov.-Creditors to be desired to continue their Loans, 3.-Order for paying the Residue of the Poll-money for Kent, 8.-Speaker to write Letters to Sheriffs for Certificates of Money received in the several Counties; a Committee to prepare it, 9. Letter read- the Committee for Poll-money to consider of a Recompence to Auditors and Underclerks, 11.-Information given of several Defaulters; a Committee to prepare Order for assessing them double, 13.-A general Certificate for all Counties, and Declaration to be published in that Business, read, agreed to, and to be printed, 20.-To be dispersed, 1 Dec.-A Committee to receive all Certificates, 21.-All that come to have Voices, 17 Jan.-A Committee to prepare Order for distributing Poll-money received at York among the neighbouring Counties, 29 Nov.-Committee added to the Committee for Poll-money, and appointed Chairman, 7 Feb.
-, 1642, Order touching the Return of Certificates, and the Divisions of the several Counties, 6 May.-Auditors to certify whether Members of House, and the Inns of Court, &c. have paid their Poll-money-a Committee to prepare Order for collecting it of the Yeomanry of London-Collectors to pay it in by a certain Day, 11.-Sheriffs of several Counties to pay it in by a Time limited, or be sent for as Delinquents, 9 June.-Order concerning the better Payment, and bringing in Arrears, reported, and re-committed, 9 July. -Instructions to Persons employed to get it in, read, agreed to, and to be printed, 6 Aug.-Members to take the Treasurer's Accounts, 5 Oct.

Pomroye,
-, Hugh, 1642, committed to Computer, 27 Dec.

Poole,
-, Mr. 1640, the Sub-committee for his Business made a Committee; Order for their Sitting; Committees added, 16 Dec.
-, Sir Neville, 1641, offers his Security for Money, 5 Aug.
-, 1642, sends up intercepted Letters; Order for sending them to Lords, 22 Sept.

Poole,
-, 1641, Earl of Salisbury nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 17 Mar.
-, 1642, Conference to be desired with Lords concerning removing the Magazine from thence to Newton; Managers appointed; Conference held, 29 Apr.-Order for securing the Magazine agreed to by Lords, 21 July.

Pope,
-, Sidrach, 1642, Petition read, and referred to Lord Admiral, 4 Apr.

Popham,
-, Sir Fr. 1640, his Cause to be heard by the Committee for Courts of Justice, 12 Feb.
-, 1641, Bill for settling the Remainder of Fourscore Years to come in certain Lands, upon him and his Assigns, read, 19 July. Committed, 29.-Order for Stay of cutting down Timber, or committing Waste, in Lands mentioned in the Bill, 14 Aug. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 25. Passed 28.-Sent to Lords, 23 Nov.
-, Alexander, 1642, his Letter, with a Petition inclosed, read; his Servant examined thereupon; Persons to be forthwith summoned to attend; Matter to be communicated to Lords at a Conference, 13 June.

Poplar.
-, Vide Radcliffe, and Blackwall.

Pordage,
-, Nicolas, 1642, Order for restoring Money to him, 5 Jan.

Portage.
-, Vide Baillage.

Porter,
-, Endimion, 1641, has Leave to attend the King to Scotland, 2 Aug.-Previous and main Questions for voting him an evil Counsellor, severally Affirmative, 15 Feb.
-, 1642, to be forthwith summoned to attend the Service of House, 18 Apr.-Letter from King concerning it; Resolution to proceed against him for Contempt, unless he appear at a Time limited, 6 May.-Previous Question for adjudging him a Delinquent, Neg. 30.-His Letters to the Earl of Newcastle, and to his own Wife, read; Libel inclosed in the former to be brought in; voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; Messenger to be kept in Prison, 10 Mar.
-, Mr. 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Serjeant, 1642. Vide Privileges.

Portland,
-, Earl of, 1642, Lords to be desired that he may be secured; Messengers to assign Reasons, 4 Aug.-Conference desired by them concerning him; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Question for concurring with Lords in removing him to his own House, Neg. 1 Dec. Order for it, 14.-Order from Lords for his Discharge, 2 Jan.
-, Countess of 1642, Lords to be moved to join in Order for removing her from Carisbrooke Castle; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 2 Sept.

Portman,
-, Sir Wm. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 26 Jan.

Ports,
-, 1641, Lords to be desired at a Conference to move the King that they may be stopped, 6 May.-Free Conference desired by Lords about opening them; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Heads for a Conference with Lords on this Matter reported, 11.-Lord Keeper to be moved for a Commission to Justices to tender Oaths to suspected Persons, 20 Jan. Burgesses to be required to take out the Commissions, 27.-Conference to be desired with Lords concerning them; Heads thereof, 24 Mar.

Portsmouth,
-, 1641, Message to be sent to Lords, desiring a Stay of Gunpowder shipped for that Place, 6 May.-Sir Philip Stapleton's Report concerning his Journey thither; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference with Lords thereupon, 13. Committees added, 15.-Motion for considering the Necessities of the Garrison, 5 Aug.-State thereof, and Arrears due to the Town, referred to a Committee, 14.- House to consider of sending down the Governor, 16. Order for his going.-Propositions concerning Matters necessary for the Garrison, and Defence of the Port, referred; Committees added, 17.-Lords to be moved for an Order of both Houses to the Governor not to give up the Town, 12 Jan. Ordinance to that Effect-Petition of the Garrison concerning Arrears read, and referred to a Committee, 13.-Messenger to be sent with Ordinance, 14.-A Committee to draw an Order to satisfy the Garrison, and consider of Propositions for Security of the Place; Petition referred, 26 Feb.-Report to be made, 23 Mar. Made, 24.
-, 1642, Petition complaining of Obstructions in the Execution of an Order for proclaiming Lord Digby a Traitor, sent to Lords; their Answer, 29 Apr.-Order for returning Brass Ordnance removed to London to be made serviceable, 27 May.-Lords to be desired to join in Order for Payment of the Garrison, 27 June.-Their Concurrence signified, 15 July.-Order touching safe conveying Ordnance thither, 23.-The Committee for the Navy to consider of sending a Tun of Wine to each Ship riding in the Port-Committee there to be thanked for their Service, 18 Aug.-Order touching employing Ketches thereabouts, 24.-Letter from the Committee concerning the Surrender of the Town, read; Resolutions thereupon, 8 Sept.-Petition concerning the Governor to be considered, 19. Avowed, 21.-Prisoners brought from thence to be committed to Lambeth and Winchester Houses, 26 Dec.-Governor to have Leave to come to Town-impowered to discharge common Soldiers Prisoners, upon their Protestation never to serve against the Parliament, 21 Jan.-Order for Repayment of Moneys advanced to the Committees, 20 Feb.

Portugal
-, Ambassador, 1641, Speaker informs House of his Desire to express his Affections to them; Order thereupon; Two Members to return him Thanks, and desire him to mediate with his Master concerning Impositions upon English Merchandizes, 24 Mar.
-, 1642, to be thanked for his Respects expressed in a Letter to the House, 10 June.-Order touching the appointing a Ship to transport him, agreed to by Lords, 4 July.-His Servant to have Licence to go beyond Sea, 16 Sept.-Himself and Servant to have Warrant to pass and repass to the Sea Side, 20.

Postmasters,
-, 1640, a Committee to consider of Complaints against them, 10 Feb.-Impowered to receive Petitions concerning the Complaints, 3 Mar.
-, 1641, Report concerning the Sequestration of the foreign Postmasters Office to be made, 22 Mar.
-, 1642, Made; Sequestration voted illegal. Vide Wytherings.-Legality of the Patent to be tried at Law; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; Member to prepare Reasons-a Committee impowered to consider of Rates upon inclosed Letters, 28 Mar.-Report to be made, 7. 12, 13. 22 & 29 July.-2. 4. & 15 Aug.-Question for receiving it, Neg. 12 July.-Made; Resolutions thereupon, 16 Aug.-Report touching the Patent to be made, 19.- Votes concerning the Sequestration to be transmitted, 6 Sept. Messenger appointed, 7. Lords Concurrence reported, 12 -Conference desired by Lords concerning the inland Letter Office, 5 Dec. Agreed to, 6. Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 8. Report to be considered, 15. Referred to the Committee for Dispatches, 22:-Another Conference desired by Lords about Passages that concern the Earl of Warwick; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 23. Message repeated; Answer thereto, 26.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Abuses from the Postmasters, 10 Feb.

Potter,
-, Dr. Vice-chancellor of Oxford, 1640, Report from the Committee for Religion touching him; to be sent for as a Delinquent, 23 Dec.
-, Anth. 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Misdemeanors of the Diocese of Lincoln, 1 Jan. Charge against him read; heard thereupon; discharged till further Order, 7.
-, Mr. 1642, to attend the Service of House, 4 Feb. Required to declare himself concerning the Vote for adhering to the Earl of Essex; refuses; ordered to withdraw, 8 Feb.

Potts,
-, Sir Jo. 1641, willing to continue his Loan; Order about Security to him, 18 Feb.

Povert,
-, Hen. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 27 Sept.

Povey,
-, Captain, 1642, wounded at Brentford; to have his Entertainment during the Time of his Cure, 2 Dec.

Poulton,
-, Mr. 1642, Order touching disposing of Horses belonging to him, 21 Sept.

Poundage.
-, Vide Supply.

Powell,
-, Jo. 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for quartering Soldiers, 29 Oct.
-, Mr. 1642, impowered to seize his Goods plundered by the King's Army, 6 Dec.
-, Sir Edward, 1641, is willing to continue his Loan, 4 Aug.-Order about Security to him, 18 Feb.
-, Rich. 1642, Petition to be shewn to Lord Mayor; hisAnswer reported, 11 Oct.

Powlett,
-, Thomas, 1641, to be bailed, 1 Sept.

Poyer,
-, John, 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, 1642, Mayor of Plymouth to examine his Commitment to Prison, 27 June.

Pratt,
-, Roger, 1642, to have Warrant to pass to France, 25 Feb.

Prayer,
-, 1640, Motion for leaving "Honourable" out of that used by Speaker, 10 Nov.
-, 1642, a Committee to consider the Prayer, 27 Aug:-
-, Consideration thereof re-committed; Committee added, 25 Oct.

Prebends,
-, 1641, Order against their cutting down Timber, 16 July.

Prescott,
-, Cuthbert, 1641, Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench to be moved to proceed against him, upon Suspicion of being a Priest, 19 May. To be left at Liberty to proceed as he thinks fit, 29.

Preston,
-, 1641, Bill for Disappropriation of the Rectory, and uniting the Parsonage and Vicarage, read, 24 July.
-, 1642, new Writ, 29 Nov.

Preston,
-, Tho. Vicar of Rothers Thorpe, 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent, to answer a Petition against him, 22 Dec.
-, Order for bringing him to Bar, 18 Jan. Committed to the Gatehouse, 22.

Price,
-, Charles, a Member, 1640, gives Offence in his Speech; pardoned on his Acknowledgement, 11. Nov.
-, Charles, 1642, Petition read; Petitioner and Petition referred to the Committee for Adventurers, 31 May.
-, Herbert, 1640, to fit till his Election is avoided, 6 Jan.
-, 1641, explains his Intention in taking Candles from the Serjeant; withdraws; committed to the Tower, 9 June. His Petition to be read, 12. Order for his Discharge, 14.
-, 1642, to be summoned, with his Servant, to attend concerning O'Neal's Escape out of the Tower, 6 May.
-, Arthur, 1641, the Case of putting him out of the Commission of Peace, reported, 16 Aug. Members to require an Account thereof from Lord Keeper, 17. Report that he had ordered him to be put into the Commission, 21.-Complaint of his causing a Name to be erased out of the Presentment of Recusants, referred to the Judges of Assize for Montgomery, 7 Dec.
-, Captain, 1641, approved to be Captain in the Navy, 10 Mar.
-, 1642, Order for continuing him and others in Prison, 6 Nov.
-, Sam. 1642, to be recommended to the Committee for Adventurers for a Command, 13 May.
-, Sir Jo. 1642, Letter concerning good Services done by him; a Committee to write Letter of Thanks, 12 Sept.
-, Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 21 Sept.
-, David, 1642, voted incapable of fitting during this Parliament, 4 Oct.
-, Wm. 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Dr. Jo. 1642, a Committee to search his Studies, &c. and prepare Impeachment against him; Order for his Commitment to Newgate, 2 Nov.
-, Mr. High Sheriff of Surrey, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent; Order for disarming him, 17 Oct. For his Discharge, 27.-To be summoned to attend, 27 Feb.
-, Mr. 1642, Examination of the Business concerning his procuring a Licence for safe Convoy of his Ships to Land, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 13 Mar.

Prickett,
-, Allen, 1641, Information of Words spoken by him against Mr. Pym, referred to the Committee for Informations, 13 Jan.

Prideaux,
-, Mr. 1642, Vide Privileges.

Pridham,
-, Gilb. 1642, to be summoned to appear, 30 Sept.

Priests
-, and Jesuits, 1640, Account of the Causes of their Imprisonment, and by what Authority they were discharged, ordered, 11 Nov. Warrants for releasing several of them produced, 12.-A Committee to examine touching the Discharge of any committed, 14. Report; Proceedings thereupon, 1 Dec.
-, House to consider of Heads for a free Conference about putting the Laws against them in Execution, 25 Jan. A Committee appointed for that Purpose, 26. Heads reported; Managers appointed; free Conference desired; agreed to, held, and reported; King to be moved for putting the Laws in Execution, 27.
-, 1641, Lord Mayor, or Sheriff, to have Notice where several lodge, 12 Apr.-Order for apprehending them, 7 May.-Names to be inserted therein, 18 June.-3 July
-, Members to take the Order, 24 June.-A Committee to inquire what Pensions are allowed them for seducing Protestant Children, and for their own Maintenance, 26.-Another Committee to consider of a Method to prevent harbouring them in the Palace, and concerning those assigned to serve the Queen, 9 July.-Order for Judges of the King's Bench to proceed against a Priest, a Prisoner in the Gatehouse, 10.- Order for apprehending them inlarged, 13.-Conference desired by Lords, touching the French Ambassador's Request to the King for banishing Seven Priests convicted, or likely to be convicted; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 8. A Committee to examine them, 10. Their Report; Message from Lords, signifying the King's Desire of their Answer about the Priests; Resolution for executing Five of them, 11. Conference desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held; another desired by Lords; Managers and Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 13. Resolution for executing the other two; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to, and held, 14. Lords Concurrence to executing the Seven signified, 15. Message to be sent to Lords to know what is done concerning them, 20.-Another Message to be sent, that the Execution of the Law may pass against them 31.-Sent; Lords Answer, 3 Jan.-Lord Mayor, Sheriffs, and Recorder, to give Account why they are not executed, 21 Mar. Their Answer; Lords desired to move the King to take off the Reprieve; their Concurrence signified, 22.
-, 1642, like Message, Answer thereto; Draught of Petition for that Purpose sent from Lords, 9 Apr. King's Warrant for banishing them, 16.-Members to issue Warrant for apprehending a Priest, and other suspicious Persons, to be nominated to them, 23.-A Committee to consider the State of their Business, 4 June.-Another Committee to consider a Book taken from one, 30 Aug.-Another to peruse Statutes in force against them, 26 Feb.

Prince,
-, 1641, Conference to be desired with Lords to move them to injoin the Marquis of Hertford to take him into his Charge, agreed to, held, and reported; Substance of Lords Concurrence read, and to be sent to Marquis, 30 Oct.- Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 2 Nov.-Lords to be moved at a Conference that his Servants may take the Oaths, 10.-To be moved for a Commission for some Lords to tender them, 13.-Message to be sent to desire them to take the Commission into Consideration, 31 Dec. Sent; their Answer, 3 Jan.-Lords desired to join in moving the King that he may not be conveyed out of the Kingdom; their Concurrence signified, 14.-Free Conference desired by Lords concerning him, agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Lords desire House to join in an Order for him to stay at Hampton-court; agreed to; a Committee of both Houses to acquaint the King therewith; Order from Lords for that Purpose sent down, read, and agreed to; Committee of both Houses to attend the King with the Reasons of the Resolutions, 22. Reasons sent from Lords, and agreed to, 24. Marquis of Hertford's Answer, 25. Lords to be moved that the Order concerning transporting him be printed, and that he be forthwith brought to London; their Answer: a Committee of both Houses to carry the Message to Greenwich, 26. King's Answer to the Reasons read; Resolution thereupon; Lords to be desired to appoint a Committee to join with a Committee of the House, to consider what further is fit to be done; Conference desired; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lords Concurrence signified; a Committee of both Houses appointed, 28.
-, 1642, Conference desired by Lords, concerning a Letter from the Marquis of Hertford touching the Prince, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to prepare Answer; former Votes concerning the Prince to be carried up to the Committee, 6 May.
-, ass"ing -Speaker to give a Note to carry Horses belonging to him to York, without Interruption, 7 June.

Princes,
-, foreign, 1641, Ordinance against transporting Forces to them; Conference desired with Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held and reported; Ordinance agreed to, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to; Message to Lords thereupon, 9 Sept.

Prinne,
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, 1641, his Case reported; Report to be considered, 14 Apr. Considered; Proceedings against him voted illegal; Satisfaction to be made him; House to consider who ought to make it; a Committee to prepare a Transmission of his Cause; Proceedings in the Exchequer for levying a Fine, to be stayed till further Order, 20.-Order for restoring him to Lincoln's Inn, 20 May.
-, 1642, reprehended for reading a Proclamation against the Ordinance for the Militia, 18 July.
-, 1641, Bill for revising Sentences, Decrees, and Proceedings against him in the Star-chamber, High Commission Court, &c. read, 3 Jan.

Printing,
-, 1640, Sub-committee concerning printing Books revived, 12 Feb. Made a Committee, and to consider Abuses in licensing and printing them, 13.-Order for their Meeting, 20 Mar.
-, 1641, like Order, 6 Apr.-8 & 14 May.-30 June.-3 & 23 July.-Consideration of printing Verses under the Earl of Strafford's Name, referred, 14 May. Matter reported, and re-committed-another Committee joined, 17.-Paper, called the Scots Belief, referred, 18. Order for making Report, 27 May.-2 & 4 June.-Consideration of printing a Book, intituled, "The Order and Course of passing Bills," referred, 3.-Examination of Harper referred, 5.-Consideration of printing a Speech under Sir Jo. Holland's Name-of printing a Report, severally referred, 28.-Consideration of printing a Book, intituled, "A Protestation protested," referred, 10 July.-Of printing a Pamphlet, intituled, "The true Relation of the French Ambassador"-and another, intituled, "The Brownists Conventicle," referred, 12.-Order for taking the Names of Persons bringing anything to be printed; to be sent to the Stationers Company, 22.- Consideration of printing a Pamphlet, intituled "The Order "and Form of Church Government by Bishops and Clergy, "&c." referred-Committees added, 23.-Printing Father Phillips's Letter referred, 23 Aug.-Report touching Earl of Holland's Letter concerning a Pamphlet, "intituled, "The Anatomy of, &c." Persons to be sent for as Delinquents, 24. Vide Heren and Bray.-Printing several scandalous Papers referred, 24 Nov.-Sir Edward Deering's Speech referred, 20 Jan.-Committee revived, 20 & 29.-Book intituled, "Noli me tangere," referred, 31.-Pamphlet intituled, "The Revolution of the Roundheads," referred; Printer to attend them, 1 Feb.-Printing a Speech under Mr. Hollis's Name, referred, 7.-Letter, pretended to be sent by Speaker to the King, referred, 19-Printing a Pamphlet, intituled, "The Declaration of Sir Philem Oneil," referred, 8 Mar.
-, 1642, Order for hindering the Liberty of Printing, to be reported, 7 Apr.-Order for paying for printing Books to be dispersed, 7 June.-A Committee to prepare Ordinance for restraining the Licence of Printing, 15. Ordinance read, and re-committed, 24 Aug.-King's Printer to print nothing by Warrant concerning the Parliament, without Consent; the Committee to inquire what Things are printing relating thereto, 13.-Order about demolishing Presses employed in printing scandalous Pamphlets, and for seizing them, 9 Mar.

Prisoners,
-, 1640, to have Liberty to follow their Petitions, 9, 10, 11. 13. 21 & 28 Nov.-To be brought to the House, 20 Nov.-To be brought to a Committee, 21.
-, 1641, to be brought to a Committee, 19 Apr.-25 Oct.-To be brought de die in diem, 26 Sept.-Their Petitions referred to a Committee, 28 Aug. Order for their Meeting; all that come to have Voices, 30.-Committee to fit, notwithstanding the Adjournment of House, 1 Sept. Their Petition referred to Lord Keeper, 6.
-, 1642, a Committee to consider of Day Writs, 26 July.
-, Prisoners to be brought to House, 3 Aug.-A Committee to consider of proper Places for keeping them, 8 Sept. Committees added; Order for Meeting of the Committee, 14.
-, For removing several from Newgate to other Gaols, 16. Prisoners brought up by a Sheriff, to be conveyed to Prisons, according to his Discretion, 20 Sept.-8 Nov.- A Committee to consider of the most convenient Way to dispose of those taken by the Army, 14 Oct.-Another Committee to examine Prisoners and suspected Persons, and to receive Informations of plundering by Soldiers, 28. Vide Examinations.-Another to consider how Prisoners Diet may be desrayed, 10 Nov.-Order touching Prisoners committed by Parliament-a Committee to consider of the Form of a Warrant for committing them, 26.-Another Committee to inquire what Prisoners are committed by Parliament, 21 Dec. -Another to prepare Declaration concerning those taken by the King's Forces, 24.-No Person to visit them without Leave; Letters to and from them to be brought to House, 9 Jan.-Suspicious Persons visiting them, to be apprehended, 11.-A Committee to prepare Order for disposing of such as they shall judge dangerous, and fit to be removed; Report; Order for removing some to Windsor, 9 Jan. For allowing them Coaches; the Committee to appoint in what Manner, and with what Guard, they shall be carried, 10. Impowered to examine, commit, and release Prisoners, 11.-To commit Prisoners sent up by Colonel Goodwin, 20.-To discharge Soldiers, upon Protestation never to serve against Parliament, 21.-Information of the Usage of some taken at Marlborough; Persons to be sent for to attest it, 17.-A Committee to consider of a proper Allowance to such as are not able to maintain themselves, 6 Feb. Order touching the Manner of distributing it-Keeper to return Names of such as have endeavoured to escape to the Committee for Prisons; the Committee to send them to Windsor, 13.-Member to prepare Extract of Letters relating to the Usage of Prisoners taken by Cavaliers-no Motion to be made for Discharge and Exchange of them, but between Twelve and One o'Clock, 16.-Petition and Articles of Prisoners at Oxford, read, avowed, and referred to a Committee, 7 Mar.-Report of Names of Prisoners removed, recommitted; the Committee to consider of such as have escaped, 11.-Resolutions for removing several; the Committee to consider of the Condition of the Gaols and Gaolers to which they are removed, and of the Means of conveying and securing them, 13.

Prisons,
-, 1642, Order for doubling the Guards upon those in and about London, 9 Jan.

Privileges,
-, 1640, Committee appointed; Order touching their proceeding, 6 Nov. Petitions referred, 6. 9 & 26 Nov.
-, 12. 23 & 30, Dec.-Attendance of the Chairman dispensed with; the Committee to appoint another for the Time, 5.-To sit on Thursdays only, 12 Jan. On Thursdays and Saturdays, 30.
-, 1641, to make Reports of Elections determined, 11 June.-Question that the Committee be revived, Neg. 15 Jan.
-, 1640, Mr. Owen to answer Jenkyns's Petition against him, for privileging a Person not his menial Servant; Poyer to be kept in Custody till further Order, 30 Nov.-Waives his Privilege, 1 Dec.-Petition concerning Mr. Pryn's Consinement in Jersey, read; to be sent for by Warrant, 9 Nov. Has Leave to inlarge it, or present a new one, 30.-His Petition read, avowed, and referred to the Committee for the Star-chamber, 3 Dec. Two Members to examine a Witness, being sick, 11.-Person ordered to attend the House and Lord Keeper at the same time, to be dispensed with from attending the latter, and take no Prejudice by his Absence, 15 Dec.-Order explained, 26 Jan.-Bramsden to be sent for as a Delinquent, for prevaricating before a Committee, 16 Dec. To be bailed, 26.-Letters of Administration against Mr. Cambell to be brought to the House; Sir Edw. Savage, and Register of the Prerogative Court, to be sent for, 18. Matter referred to the Committee, 23. Order for their fitting; Sir Richard Savage to have Notice, 23 & 30.-Warrant ordered for Stay of Proceedings in Ireland pending a Complaint in the House; Complainant to have Privilege to follow it; a Committee to consider the Breaches of Privilege upon the Dissolution of the Two last Parliaments, and to think of some Reparations, and how to prevent the like for the future, 18 Dec.-To stand, 12 Jan.-Order for their sitting, 9 Feb. Committees added, 23.-Order for Meeting of the Committee, 14 May.-9 & 15 July, 1642.-For making Report, 14 June.-1. 3. & 5, July. Members appointed to examine a Witness; have Leave to report to the Committee, 5. Report touching the Breach of Privilege 3° Car. 6. Further Report, 8.-A Committee to prepare a Transmission, 28 Oct.-Report concerning Long to be made, 28 & 29 Oct.-16 & 19 Feb.-Mr. Hollys' Complaint; Plenty, Carter, and Parry, to be sent for as Delinquents, 21 Dec.-Reprimanded, and discharged, 16 Jan.-Proceedings in the Exchequer against Mr. Toll to be stayed; Ludlow and Barnes to be sent for as Delinquents, 22 Dec.- Discharged on their Submission, 13 Jan.-Mr. Wheeler's Complaint; Gawen to be sent for as a Delinquent, 24 Dec.-To be bailed, 19 Jan.-Cornelius de Neue to be sent for by Serjeant, 1 Feb.-Shepheard and Underhill to be sent for as Delinquents, for committing Baites to Newgate pending his Plaint in the House; Baites to have Privilege, 29 Dec.-Their Petitions presented, but not read, 4 Jan.-Information against Wm. Piers, Archdeacon of Bath, for abusing the last Parliament; Witnesses examined; Order for taking him into Custody; Message to Lords, desiring he may be forthcoming; 4 Jan.-Order for bailing him, 9 Apr. 1641.-H. Overton to be sent for by Serjeant, for printing an Order of the House, with Additions, 8 Jan. Interrogated thereupon; reprehended, and ordered to suppress it, 9.-Thomas Jones to be sent for by Serjeant, for scandalous Words in his Sermon against the Parliament, 23.-His Security admitted; Order for bailing him, 20 Aug. 1641.
-, Dr. Chaffin to be sent for by Serjeant, for scandalous Words in his Sermon against the Parliament, 23 Jan.-Information read; heard thereupon; withdraws, 13 Feb.- Question for committing him to the Tower, Neg. reprehended, and discharged, 1 May.-Liberty of prosecuting Petitions granted to Persons, and Order for Stay of Waste, 23 Jan.-Best examined by Speaker, upon his Knees, about coming into the House; further Examination referred to a Committee; their Report; Order for his Discharge, 28 Jan.- Mr. Nevile, a Member of last Parliament, to be sent for by Serjeant, for giving Evidence at the Council Board about Words spoken by Two Members thereof, 29.-Heard; withdraws; committed to the Tower, 4 Feb. Order for bringing him to the Bar, 9. Discharged on his Submission, 10.-Mr. Morgan's Complaint; Guillim, Farnes, Morgan, and Webb, to be sent for by Serjeant-Lord Mounson's Complaint; Bennock and Martin to be sent for by Serjeant-Obryan to have Privilege to follow his Petition, 30 Jan.-Mr. Wheeler's Complaint; Cornelius de Neue to be sent for by Serjeant, 1 Feb.-Sir David Watkins and others to be sent for by the Serjeant, for arresting Anckett, Usher of the Court of Wards, 3. Discharged; Privilege disallowed him, 6.-Sir Wm. Savile to be sent for by the Serjeant, for giving Evidence at the Council Board about Words spoken by Members of the last Parliament, 4 Feb. His Appearance dispensed with, Member undertaking for him, 13.-Complaint that Willes, Clerk of the Rolls in Ireland, refused to obey the Order of a Committee, referred to a Committee, 5 Feb.-A Committee to take a Method for suppressing Copies of a Member's Speech; Printer to be sent for, 6.-Bond to be sent for by Serjeant, for abusing and threatening Witnesses, 9.-Mr. Arundell's Complaint; Sir Gamaliel Capell and William Aylett to be sent for by Serjeant, 10. Business respited, 12. Sir Gamaliel discharged, 13.-Declaration that Mr. Hollys may proceed in a Suit against Sir Anthony Ashley Cowper till further Order, 10 Feb.-Mr. Taylor, a Member, to be dispensed with for exercising his Function in the Middle Temple during Privilege, 11.-Sir Fr. Seymour's Complaint; Gore to be sent for by Serjeant, 15. Discharged upon his Submission, 27.-Sir Martin Lister's Complaint; Winchley to be sent for by Serjeant, 18 Feb. Order for his Discharge, 20.-Sir Miles Fletewood's Complaint; Offender to be sent for by Serjeant, 24.-Mr. Nashley's Complaint; Speaker to write a Letter to stay Proceedings at Law, 25.-Mr. Crue has Leave to waive his Privilege, 6 Mar.-Ruff summoned as a Witness, and arrested; to be discharged; Cust to be at the Charge of his Imprisonment, 9.-Mr. Winckford to be sent for by Serjeant, for disobeying the Summons of a Committee, 16.-Privilege granted to a Person during his Attendance on a Committee, 18.-Nicholson summoned as a Witness to attend a Committee, and arrested; to be discharged, 20.
-, 1641, Mr. Garton's Complaint; Sir David Watkins and others to attend, 3 Apr.-Mr. Holland allowed to appear before a Committee by his Council, on account of Infirmity, 8. -The Committee to examine the Matter of assessing Lady Sandys by virtue of the Bill of Subsidies, and consider all Cases of the like Nature, 12. Resolution concerning it to be communicated to Lords at a Conference, 22.-Walley, Officer of the Rolls in Ireland, to be sent for by the Serjeant, for disobeying an Order of the House, 24.-Order for his Discharge, 2 June.-Parker, a Petitioner, to be freed from Arrest, 24 Apr.-Sir Basil Brooke, and Sir Tobit Mathew, to be sent for by Serjeant, for disobeying the Summons of a Committee, 30.-Aston, a Printer, to be sent for by Serjeant, for printing the Protestation; Order for suppressing it; Consideration of printing it referred to a Committee, 5 May.
-, Hemmings to be sent for by Serjeant, for counterseiting Mr. Lile's Hand, 14.-Order of Lords concerning draining Earl of Lindsey's Fens referred to the Committee, 15.-Report; further Powers given them; Committees added, 29 June.
-, Speaker to write a Letter to the Sheriff, &c. of Lincoln to preserve the Peace; another Committee to consider how far the Adventurers have trenched upon the Privileges of the House, 10 July.-Walrond's Petition read, and to be considered, 12 Aug.-Petitioner avows it; Witnesses examined; Order thereupon, 13.-Andesley to be sent for by the Serjeant for contemptuous Words, 20 May.-Sir Wm. Playters waives his Privilege, 22.-Mr. Nicholson's Complaint; Rochell to be sent for by Serjeant, 24.-Business concerning Sir James Thynne and Brother to be considered, 1 & 28 June.
-, 6 & 17 July. Order for hearing upon a fresh Information, 14. Previous Question for referring the Matter to a Committee, Affirmative, 20. Committees added, 28. Report; Privilege denied Sir James, 17 Aug.-Voted incapable of sitting, 15 Feb.-Bisse to attend about an Information given to the Court of Wards concerning an Order of House, 19 May. Called in, 20.-Petition of Citizens concerning Protections, referred to a Committee, 2 June. Order of Lords referred, 5.-Petition referred, 25 Aug.-Report touching Members waiving Privilege touching their Lands, &c. being liable for Payment of Debts, 27 Oct.-Further Report touching Mr. Benson to be made, 30.-Made concerning his protecting Persons not menial Servants; expelled; to be sent for by Serjeant; voted incapable ever to fit in Parliament, 2 Nov.-Order that Delinquents bailed have no Privilege from Arrests in other Suits, 7 June.-Father Phillips to be sent for as a Delinquent, for disobeying an Order of the House; examined thereupon; further Examination referred to a Committee; Order for his Attendance on them, 25 June.-Sir Wm. Armyn's Complaint; Sherract to be summoned to appear, 26.-To be sent for by the Serjeant for disobeying the Summons, 4 Aug.-Sir Tho. Aston to be sent for by Serjeant for disobeying the Summons of a Committee, 26 June.
-, Sir Gerrard Nappier's Complaint; Order for discharging his Servant from Newgate, 29.-Smithson to be sent for by Serjeant for disobeying the Summons of a Committee, 2 July.
-, Earl of Peterborough to have Leave to examine Witnesses in a Cause between him and Lord Mounson, 6.-Lords to be acquainted Lord Mounson will waive his Privilege, if the Earl of Peterborough will do the like, 29 Apr.-4 May, 1642.-Lord Baltinglasse to have Leave to proceed in a Suit between him and Sir Peter Temple; Sir Peter to have Notice thereof, 7 July. Order revoked, unless Member is willing to waive his Privilege, 9. Addition thereto, 15.-Member to declare whether he insists on his Privilege, 21 Oct. 1642.-Votes concerning Whitaker respited; read; heard thereupon; committed to the Tower, 8 July. His Petition read; Order for his Discharge, 14.-Persons ordered into Custody for disobeying the Summons of a Committee, 9 July. -Order for their Discharge, 17.-Order for staying a Suit, Petition depending in the House-Dexter committed to the Gatehouse for refusing to answer Questions demanded by the House, 10 July.-To be bailed, 24 Aug. To be delivered into Serjeant's Custody for that Purpose, 25.-Declaration that no Petition, or Bill, depending in House, shall stop Proceedings in Courts of Justice, without special Order, 12 July.
-, Mr. Stephens's Complaint; Greene and Skittermaster to be sent for as Delinquents, 14.-Discharged on their Petition and Submission, 30.-Order for stopping a Suit against Mr. Pym, 17 July.-Against Mr. Jaffon's and Mr. Bofwell's Tenants, 4 Aug.-Sir Henry Mildmay's Complaint; Ferris, Witherall, and Curwin, to be sent for by Serjeant, 4.-Ferris to be bailed, 1 Sept.-Sir Guy Palmes's Complaint; Hood to be sent for by Serjeant, 6 Aug. Reprimanded, and Discharged, 14.-Information given that Tabor abused Mr. Lowry, and spoke contemptuous Words against the House; Witness examined; Tabor to be sent for by Serjeant, 11 Aug.-Brothers to be sent for by Serjeant to answer scandalous Words against the House, 14.-Complaint of printing a Letter of Lord General's to a Peer, referred to a Committee, 20. Report; Symonds to be sent for by Serjeant, 24.-Report from the Committee for Printing touching the Printing a Pamphlet, called, "The Anatomy of, &c."; Herne and Bray to be sent for by Serjeant, 24.-Privilege granted to a Petitioner and his Witnesses-Hobbs to be proceeded against at Law, notwithstanding a pretended Protection-Mr. Rushworth's Complaint; Postmaster of Ware to be sent for by Serjeant, 26.
-, To be bailed, 1 Sept.-Crowe, a Petitioner, arrested; Order for his Discharge, 30 Aug.-Jones to be sent for as a Delinquent, for arresting Sylvanus Kighley after Privilege granted him, 6 Sept. To be bailed, 9.-Saidale and Davenport to be summoned to appear for arresting a Person who had a Deputation under Serjeant's Hand, 6 Sept.-Shepheard, Curate of Farnham, to be sent for by Serjeant for Contempt of an Order, 9.-Bough to be sent for by Serjeant for contemptuous Words against the Honour and Orders of House, 20. Heard thereupon; Time allowed him to produce Witnesses; a Committee to examine them, 21. To be bailed, 27.-Moore to be sent for by Serjeant for contemptuous Words against the Parliament, 22 Oct.-Hatton ordered into Custody for contemptuous Speeches against Parliament, 26. To be bailed, 27.-Mr. Pimme's Complaint of a threatening Letter sent to him; Mordant to be examined by a Committee; their Report; Order for his Discharge, 26 Oct.-Mr. Hebblethwayte's Complaint; Gay to be sent for as a Delinquent, 28.-Sir Tho. Bowyer's Complaint; Chace to be summoned to appear, and to withdraw his Action; Day to be discharged, 4 Nov. -Declaration that Letters from Peers to Electors is a Breach of Privilege; to be sent by Members to their respective Counties, &c. 10 Dec.-Several Persons examined touching Guards of Halberdeers about the Parliament-house; Resolution that setting them without Consent of House is a Breach of Privilege; Order for dismissing them, 10. Other Persons examined; Mr. Long to be committed to the Tower, 11. Committed; a Committee to examine the whole Matter concerning sending armed Men, 13. Long's Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 21.-Petition of Aldermen, Commoncouncil, &c. complaining of Obstructions in subscribing a Petition, referred to a Committee; Broadenax, Lloyd, Lallam, Carpenter, and Hodgskins, to be sent for by Serjeant, 13 Dec. Order for bailing them, 17. Report; Order thereupon, 20.-Conference to be desired with Lords concerning a Breach of Privilege, by the King's taking Notice in his Speech of a Bill passing, and by prescribing Limitations to a Bill before presented, and to desire them to join in a Petition thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Message from Lords, desiring a Committee of both Houses may be appointed to prepare Things necessary to be presented; Committee appointed accordingly, 14 Dec. Report of Resolutions; a declaratory Protestation and petitionary Remonstrance to be entered; Lords to be desired to enter them in their Journals; Message from Lords, acquainting House they had voted them, and desiring a Committee of both Houses may be appointed to present them; Committee appointed accordingly, 16. Names of Committees read; they attend the King; their Report, 17. Message from Lords, signifying what time the King would give his Answer, 20.- Petition of Apprentices, complaining of Interruption in preferring it; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; Petition referred to a Committee, 23 Dec. The Committee to inquire upon what Grounds, and by whose Authority, several of them are committed to the Gatehouse, 27 & 29.-Conference desired by Lords touching Scandals raised concerning Members of both Houses, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution for searching this Business to the Bottom, and joining with Lords in a Petition to the King and Queen to discover the Informers; Message to Lords thereupon, and Answer; another Message to rectify the Mistake of the former; Answer thereto; a Committee to prepare the Petition, 27. Petition reported, 28. Message from Lords, signifying what time the King would be attended with it; a Committee of both Houses to present it, 29.-Message to Lords concerning scandalous Words said to be spoken in their House by Lord Digby; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 29 Dec.-Speaker's Complaint; Bristoll sent for by Serjeant; Question that Sir Wm. Middleton be sent for, Neg. to be summoned, 3 Jan. His Summons declared no Protection, 20.-Resolution for taking into Custody Persons sealing up the Trunks or Doors, or seizing Papers, of any Members; Serjeant impowered to break open the Doors, and break the Seals; Speaker to issue Warrant for that Purpose- Resolution that a Member may require the Aid of Constables, &c. to keep such Persons in safe Custody; Conference desired with Lords concerning the Breach of Privilege of Parliament; Heads agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held; another desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported-Serjeant sends in Notice he has a Message from the King to Speaker; called in without his Mace; demands Mr. Hollis, Sir Arthur Haslerigg, Mr. Pym, Mr. Hampden, and Mr. Wm. Strode; Answer to be sent by Members; Speaker injoins them to attend de die in diem; Message to be considered in a Committee of the whole House; Question for Alteration in the Order concerning arresting Members, Neg. Persons apprehended for sealing their Trunks, &c. to be continued in Custody, 3 Jan. King's Answer; he comes in Person, takes the Chair, and makes a Speech-Lords to be acquainted at a Conference with a scandalous Paper against Members of both Houses, 4.-A Committee to withdraw, and consider of some Way for vindicating the Privileges of Parliament, 5. Declarations relating thereto reported, to be made one, and printed, 12.-Articles of Impeachment against the Five Members read; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference thereupon; Message to Lords, desiring to know who brought them; Answer thereto; Heads reported, and agreed to; Resolution that the Impeachment is a Breach of Privilege; Conference desired with Lords thereupon, and that Mr. Attorney may attend it; Conference agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 13. Messages from the King, communicated by Lords, to be considered; Conference desired by Lords concerning them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Papers read, 14. Conference concerning Mr. Attorney reported; Proceedings thereupon. Vide Attorney.-Another Conference desired with Lords concerning the Gentlemen mentioned in the King's Messages; Managers appointed; Heads thereof; Conference agreed to, and held, 15. Declaration reported, and passed as a Declaration of the House of Commons, and to be printed; a Committee of both Houses appointed to meet touching Privileges, and a Petition to the King; impowered to fit in London, 17. Draught of Petition sent to Lords, with Desire, if they assent to it, to send it speedily; their Answer; Order for printing and dispersing a sufficient Number of the Declarations and Protestations, 20. King's Answer communicated by Lords, 24. To be considered, 24 & 25. A Committee to consider the Petition of both Houses concerning Members of each mentioned therein, 26.-Another Committee to examine by what Authority Warrants were sent to apprehend the Five Members; Parties to be sent for to them, 28.-Another Petition touching them reported; Messenger appointed to carry it to Lords, 31.-Message from Lords, acquainting House the King will speedily return an Answer, 5 Feb. Answer sent from them; the Committee to consider it, and what is fit to be done thereupon, 7. Petition read, and re-committed, 11. Reported from Re-commitment, agreed to, and to be sent to Lords, 16. Sent, 17. King's Answer, 21.-Sir John Byron to be sent for by Serjeant, for disobeying a Summons of the House; Vote sent to Lords, 12 Jan. Their Answer; called in to deliver his Petition; Petition read; Serjeant to acquaint him House would consider it, 13.-Dearlove to be sent for as a Delinquent, for rescuing a Person from the Serjeant's Man, 25.-Justices to apprehend and send him to House in safe Custody, 18 Apr. 1642. -Privilege granted to Mr. Bodvile; Order for Stay of Proceedings, 28 Jan.-Information given of reviling Words spoke by Captain Tho. Ogle to Mr. Gervase Hollis; Resolution that he come to the Bar as a Delinquent; heard thereupon; a Committee to consider the Information, and upon what Occasion the Words were spoken, 31.-Order for their Meeting, 7 Feb.-Report; Captain Ogle discharged; Previous Question for Recompence to him, Neg. 2 May, 1642.-Browning to be sent for as a Delinquent, for dangerous Words against House, 1 Feb. Information referred to the Committee for Informations, 7. Order for bailing him, 14.-Mr. Ash's Complaint; Brownejohn to be discharged from the Arrest; Norbon and Bailiffs to be summoned to appear.-Homer and Browne to be sent for by Serjeant, for contriving and printing a Speech supposed to be made by a Member, 8 Feb.-Samson to be sent to the House of Correction for scandalous Words against the Parliament- Order for Stay of Suit between Sparkes and Tagg; Attorney to be served with the Order-Business concerning Mr. Dutton's Privilege to be moved, 11 Feb.-Petition of Parham, Calcott, &c.; Court of Wards may proceed against him, 14. -Privilege granted to Sir Tho. and Mr. Jo. Dawes for a Fortnight, 11 Feb. Time inlarged, 28.-Granted for Six Weeks, 11 Apr. 1642.-Shepheard called to the Bar for coming into the House; Members apologize for him; discharged, 15 Feb.-Gardiner to be sent for as a Delinquent, for prevaricating with a Committee; brought to Bar, and committed to the Tower, 22.-His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, and attending a Committee, 16 Mar.- Goodhall to be sent for by Serjeant for arresting a Witness, 25 Feb. Order for his Discharge, 26.-Ligh to be summoned to attend to answer concerning scandalous Words against House; to have Order for bringing up Witnesses, 28.-Colonel Edmonds to be sent for as a Delinquent, for scandalous Words against the King and Parliament; Parties examined; others to be summoned to appear; Edmonds examined; further Examination referred to a Committee; Order for his Commitment to the Gatehouse, 8 Mar.-His Petition; Tryal referred to the King's Bench; Witnesses to attend, 8 Apr. 1642.-His Petition read; Order for his Discharge, 14.-Shrawbery to be sent for as a Delinquent, for scandalous Words against a Member; Witnesses examined; Order for his Commitment to the Gatehouse; Member to write to the University not to admit him to a further Degree, 15 Mar.-Free Conference desired by Lords concerning a Message from the King touching the Privileges of Parliament; agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Resolution thereupon; a Committee to meet a Committee of Lords to inquire where the Message was framed; Resolution that the Advisers are Enemies to the Peace of the Kingdom; to be sent to Lords, 16. Report that Lords have agreed to it, with an Amendment; Amendment to be considered, 17. Committee appointed for that Purpose, 18.-Sir Wm. Wilmer, High Sheriss of Northamptonshire, to be sent for as a Delinquent for ordering a Book, containing Petitions and Answers concerning the Malitia, to be printed, 16 Mar.-To be heard 25 & 26 Mar. 1642. His Examination reported; Lords to be desired to appoint some Members of their House to examine him, in Presence of some Members, 28.-Report to be made, 6 Apr. Refers himself to his Information given in Writing; Resolution thereupon; verbal Charge against him to be transmitted to Lords; Serjeant to deliver him to Black Rod, 7.- Speaker to write a Letter to the Judges of Assize for York, that Mr. Bosvile has Privilege, and that a Suit be stayed, 19 Mar.
-, 1642, Franc to be sent for by Serjeant, for printing a Message from the King, and Reply thereto, 28 Mar.- Order for his Appearance, 7 Apr.-To be sent for, for reprinting a Declaration, 27 May.-Wright and Dexter to be sent for by Serjeant for printing a Petition and Declaration of both Houses, 28 Mar.-Order for their Appearance, 7 Apr.-Humpsryville to be sent for by Serjeant, for seigning and printing Letters pretended to come from the Hague, 28 Mar. Committed to the Gatehouse, 30.-Order for his Appearance, 7 Apr.-For his Discharge, 19 May.- Wood to be sent for by Serjeant, for printing a Diurnal, 28 Mar.-Order for his Appearance, 7 Apr.-Resolution that printing any Passages of House, without Licence, is a Breach of Privilege; to be dispersed-a Committee to prepare Order according to the Tenor thereof.-Heren to be sent for by Serjeant, for causing Two Speeches to be printed, pretended to be spoken by Members, 28 Mar.-Sir John Evelyn's Complaint; Robins to be sent for by Serjeant, 31.-Petition of Geo. Kirke and Humphry Walrond read, and avowed; Petitioners examined; Petition referred to a Committee; Hull and Kellett to be summoned to attend, 6 Apr. Committees added, 23.- -Kellett to be heard, 13 May. Dismissed Member undertaking for his Appearance upon a new Summons, 14.- House acquainted of Examinations taken by Judge Reeve, 9 Apr. Examinations referred to a Committee, 18. Judge Reeve to punish them at his Discretion, 9 July.-Resolution that a Dispensation sent by the King to Members of Lords House to discharge them from their Attendance, contrary to an Order of the House, is a Breach of Privilege, 12 Apr.- Smyth to be sent for as a Delinquent, for malicious Words against the Parliament, 15.-Mr. Moon's Complaint; Wallworth to be summoned to attend, 21.-Resolution that intercepting Letters, or Intelligence, to the Parliament, is a Breach of Privilege; Sir Tho. Darrell and Sir Jo. Hales to be sent for as Delinquents; Lords to be desired to join in the Vote, 26. Their Concurrence signified, 28.-Privilege not allowed to a Person having a Warrant for apprehending Priests, 12 May.- Sir Robert Crane's Complaint; Newman to be sent for by Serjeant; Speaker, by Letter, to acquaint the Court of King's Bench he is within Privilege, 13 May.-Smyth, Vicar of St. James Deeping, to be sent for by Serjeant for very scandalous Words against the Parliament, 18.- Witnesses examined; committed to the Gatehouse, and fined, 3 June.-Information of Words spoken by Davy against the Parliament, referred to the Justices of Peace for Devonshire, 19.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Breach of Privilege of Parliament; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 19 May. Conference agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to consider of bringing Delinquents disobeying Orders to deserved Punishment, 20.-Mr. Huckmore's Complaint; Huckmore to be sent for by Serjeant for Contempt of an Order, 21 May.-Called in; Witnesses examined; committed to the Tower, 9 June.-To be released, 5 July.-Further Complaint referred to a Committee, 7. To another Committee; Huckmore to be bailed, 11.- Lowndes to be sent for by Serjeant for printing a Letter to the Committees at York, 21 May.-Mr. Ogle's Complaint reserred to a Committee, 30.-Petition of Peter Scott read, and referred to a Committee; Power granted him-Privilege granted to Sir Edw. Coke's Executors and Assignees for sole printing his Works for a Year, 3 June.-Committee to consider of a Way to prevent publishing Matters concerning the Parliament, 7 Order against it; to be sent to Sheriffs, 9.- Pamphlet, intituled, "A true Relation of the Proceedings of the Scots and English Forces in the North of Ireland," reserred to a Committee; Sedgewick, Cowles, and Bates, to attend; Report; Cowles and Bates committed to the King's Bench; Book to be burnt by the common Hangman; Stationers Company to seize them, 8 June. White examined, and committed to King's Bench; to be proceeded against according to Law, 9. Order for his Discharge, 15.-Pamphlet, intituled, "The Relation of the particular Messages at Howorth Moor," referred to a Committee; Printer to attend them, 8 June.-Lady Elizabeth Sedley's Complaint against Mr. Jo. Griffith, Junior; to have Liberty to prosecute him; Order for his Appearance within a limited Time, and stopping the Ports; Business referred to a Committee, 8.-Committees added, 21 July.-Report; Mr. Griffith voted guilty, and expelled; Resolution concerning Proceedings against him in King's Bench, 10 Aug.-To be sent up by Lord General, 11 Oct.-His Petition and Order for his Discharge, 20.-Information of Words spoken against the Parliament by a Chandler, referred to a Committee, 8 June.-Norton and Field to be summoned to attend for printing a Pamphlet contrary to Order, 9.-Buckley to be sent for by Serjeant for printing a Pamphlet, called, "New Orders agreed upon by a Parliament of Round Heads," 15.-Vavasor to be summoned to attend for dispersing a Pamphlet, intituled, "The Speech of a Warden to the Fellows of his College."- Barker to attend, and shew by what Authority he printed a Petition of the Nobility, &c. in Scotland; Order for staying the Vent of them, 15.-Turner to be sent for by Serjeant for Words to the Dishonour of the Parliament, 1 July. To be summoned to attend for disobeying the Order, 6. To be sent for as a Delinquent, 11. His Petition, 20.-Sir Harry Baggott's Complaint; Bruce to be discharged, and have Privilege, 4.-Mr. Talbot to be sent for by Serjeant for disobeying an Order,-Complaint of a Pamphlet, intituled, "The Declaration or Resolution of the County of Hereford;" Parties examined; Dutton reprimanded, and committed to the Gatehouse; Conference desired by Lords touching the Declaration; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Hamon to be sent for by the Serjeant; Hubbard and Evans to be proceeded against according to Law; Sir Rob. Harley to present Letters received from some of the Gentry, 8.-Dr. Duckson committed to the Gatehouse for Prevarication, 13. His Petition; Order for his Discharge, 20.- Jacob, Kemp, Legent, and Woodgreene, to be sent for as Delinquents for disobeying an Order, 14 July. Witnesses to be summoned, 15. Delinquents to be examined by a Committee, 19. Their Petition read, 20.-Woodgreene's Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 3 Aug. Petition of the rest; Order for bailing them, 4. Bail approved, 8.-Sir Edw. Heron ordered into Custody, 21 July.-Mr. Reynold's Complaint; Roe to be sent for by Serjeant, 26.-Clarke to be summoned to attend for Contempt of an Order, 13 Aug. Committed to the King's Bench, 24.-Order for his Discharge, 1 Sept.-Coleman to be sent for by Serjeant; Witnesses to attend, 13 Aug.-His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 17 Sept.-Jessery to be sent for by Serjeant for Words spoken against the Parliament, 19 Aug.-Tovey to be summoned in Custody for Words against the Proceedings of Parliament, 22.-Mr. Ashe's Complaint; Mahewes, Boroughes, and Speede to be sent for as Delinquents, 26. Their Petition, and Order for their Discharge; Member to reprehend them, 27.-Member to inquire after the Printer and Author of a false Answer to a Message from the King, 29.-Information concerning reproachful Words against the Parliament, spoken by Rich. Pawlins, referred to the Committee for Informations; Paulins to be sent for as a Delinquent, 30.-Dowthwaite committed to the Gatehouse for scandalous Words against the Parliament, 6 Sept. His Petition and Order for his Discharge, and making Recantation at the Quarter Session at Maidstone, 23.-Several Persons to be sent for as Delinquents, for Contempt of Orders, 7 Sept.-Sir Tho. Dacres's Complaint; Bond and Warren to be summoned to appear, 8.- Report from Committee of a Libel published to the Dishonour of the Parliament; Sir Wm. Denny to be sent for by Serjeant; Witnesses to be summoned, 16.-Examination referred to the Committee for Informations, 7 Oct.-Order for his Discharge, 19 Dec.-Report from the Committee for Informations concerning Dr. Nicholson, his Father, and Brother; Order for their Commitment; a Committee to prepare Charge against them, 26 Sept.-Their Petition; Question for their Discharge, Neg. 6 Dec.-Petition of Father read, 19.-Another read, and Order for his Discharge, 4 Jan. Dr. to be bailed, 5.-Mr. Porter to be taken into Custody for Contempt of an Order, 16 Sept.-Examination referred to the Committee for Informations, 7 Oct.-Privilege granted to a Trooper, 29 Sept.-Lord Mayor to proceed against Slaughter and Jackson for scandalous Aspersions against the Parliament, 6 Oct. Jackson's Petition read, 7.-Certificate of scandalous Words spoken by William Price, read; Price to be sent for as a Delinquent, 6.-Fountaine to be sent for, for Contempt of a Committee of both Houses, 11. Examined, and committed to the Gatehouse, 12. To have Liberty, with the Keeper, to attend his Wife's Funeral, 15.-To go to Church with him, 2 Nov.-His Petition; Question for bailing him, Neg. 20 Dec.-Sir Walth. Earle's Complaint; Hussey to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Oct.-Mr. Pym's Complaint; Darrell to make Retraction under his own Hand, 12. Presents, and acknowledges it; Order for bailing him, 13. His Acknowledgement to be printed, 15.-To be sent Prisoner to Yarmouth, 26 Jan.-Report from Committee of Aspersions laid by Mr. Hughes on the Parliament, &c. Order for his Commitment to New Prison, 14 Oct.-His Petition read, 17 Nov.-Another read; Question for bailing him, Neg. 16 Dec.-Another read, and Order for bailing him, 9 Feb.-Privilege granted to Complainants, 15 Oct.- Sutclisse examined touching his Misbehaviour at a Committee -Words complained of by him referred to the Committee for Informations, 19.-Cane to be sent for as a Delinquent, for imprisoning a Messenger employed by a Committee, 21.- Information of scandalous Words against the Parliament; Witnesses examined; Cheslyn heard, and committed to Colchester Gaol, 28.-Gale sent for as a Delinquent, for Contempt of an Order, 1 Nov.-Colston, Creswick, and Lissett, to be sent for as Delinquents, for disobeying the Summons of a Committee, 2.-Mr. Darley's Complaint; Parties to be summoned, 10.-Dr. Francklin, Mr. Flick, Mr. Reeve, and Mr. Farrow, to be sent for as Delinquents, for maligning the Proceedings of Parliament, 15.-Sir Jo. Hotham's Complaint; Piers to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25.-Sir John's Letter read; Member to write Answer, 12 Dec.-Mr. Downehall and Mr. Reynolds to be sent for as Delinquents, for Contempt of an Order, 26 Nov.-Mr. Francklyn to be sent for as a Delinquent, 1 Dec.-Hopper, Slater, and Serjeant Porter, to be sent for as Delinquents, for Contempt of an Order, 2.-Privilege not to be allowed to Persons committed by Order of House, 6.-Hall to be sent for as a Delinquent, 8. Matter referred to the Committee for Informations; Order for his Commitment to the Gatehouse, 14.- No Committee to grant Protections, but by Order of House; a Committee to inquire after Protections granted to Malignants, or others, by the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 10 Dec.-Captain Draper, and Captain Dingley, to be sent for by Serjeant for contemptuous Words against House, 10. Draper discharged; a Committee to examine the Business, 12. -Protection granted to a Constable in Essex, 20.-Mr. Prideaux's Complaint of a Servant committed by Lords; Order for his Discharge; Matter referred to the Committee for Dispatches -Woodgate to be sent for by Serjeant for disobeying Orders, 22.-Sir Tho. Jermyn to be summoned in Custody, for Words spoken against Mr. Gourdon, 30.-Order for his Discharge, 7 Jan.-Complaint of a Book, intituled, "A Complaint to the House of Commons, 31.-Order for seizing them, 31 Dec.-2 Jan. Wright committed to the Compter; Book to be burnt by the common Hangman, 2. -Champion ordered into Custody, 17.-Dr. King sent for by Serjeant, 18.-Collison to be sent for as a Delinquent, 21.- Kethe to be sent for by Serjeant, 26.-Sir Francis Coke to be sent for as a Delinquent, for scandalous Words against the Parliament-Mr. Mountague's Complaint; Servant to be discharged; Under-sheriss to attend, 26.-Mr. Roberts to be sent for as a Delinquent, for speaking in a scandalous Manner of the Proceedings of Parliament-Sir Tho. Cheeke allowed his Privilege, 2 Feb.-Norton and Sheres committed to Newgate for printing a scandalous Book, intituled, "The Complaint to the Parliament," 3.-Wyntour to be discharged for abusing Colonel Goodwyn, 9. Matter referred to a Committee, 24.-Declaration that no Court has Cognizance, or Jurisdiction, touching the Commitment of Persons committed by either House-Proceedings against Captain Legard to be stayed, 9-Message to Lords, taking Notice of their Order for calling a Common Hall for Advancement of Moneys; Answer thereto, 17.-Sampson committed to the Gatehouse for disobeying Orders; Examination referred to the Committee for Examinations, 25.-Order for his Discharge, 11 Mar. -Sir Wm. Lewis's Complaint; Cropp to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 Feb.-Smyth and Lee to be sent for by Serjeant for disobeying an Order, 27.-Dr. Jesseries to be sent for as a Delinquent, for disobeying Orders, 6 Mar.-A Committee to consider of Declaration to preserve the Privileges of Parliament, 13.
-, 1641, Bill to restrain the Multiplicity of Parliamentary Protections, read twice, and committed; all that come to have Voices, 25 May. Order for Sitting of the Committee, 26.-Bill reported, and re-committed, 2 June. Reported, and re-committed again, 16. Committees added, 16 & 21. -Bill to be reported, 20 Aug.-25 Oct.-Order for Meeting of the Committee, 12 Nov.-Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 19.-A Committee to prepare Bill to restrain the Privilege of Parliament in some Cases during this Session, 27 Oct.-Bill read twice, and committed, 13 Nov. Reported, and re-committed, 19. Passed, and sent to Lords, 23.-Conference desired by them thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 3 Dec. Lords Amendments reported, read twice, and committed, 7.-Lords put House in mind of the Bill, 29 Jan.
-, 1642, the Committee for the Bill to meet, and report the State thereof, 5 May.-Bill to be reported, 3 June.

Probert,
-, Henry, 1642, Lord Keeper to be moved to put him out of the Commission of Peace, 28 Apr.

Proclamations,
-, 1640, to be considered by the Committee for the Starchamber, 12 Jan.

Projectors.
-, Vide Monopolists.

Protections,
-, Parliamentary. Vide Privileges.

Protestants,
-, English, 1642, Petition of some lately come from Ireland, referred to the Committee for Contributions, 10 Aug. -Another referred, 26.

Protestation,
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare one to be made by the Members touching a Paper lost; Form thereof reported; several Members make it, 23 Apr.
-, 1641, a Committee to withdraw, and prepare a Protestation for the Defence of the Religion established, of the King's Person, and the Liberty of the Subject; Protestation reported, and re-committed; Committees added; Protestation reported from Re-commitment, and agreed to; Resolution that it be forthwith made by every Member; Names of those that made it; Preamble thereto reported, and agreed to; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed, 3 May Conference desired, and agreed to; a Committee to view the Names of those that made the Protestation, 4. Other Members make it, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 10, 11, 12, 13. 17, 18, 19. & 27, May.-7, 8. & 18, June.-5, 6, 9. 13, & 14, July.-9 Sept.-Protestation, with the Preamble, to be printed and sent by Members to their respective Counties; Order for Sitting of the Committee; Message from Lords acquainting House they had taken it, 5.-Members excused from making it, 6.-A Committee to explain the Word "Doctrine," 7. Explanation to be reported; Paper offered for that Purpose referred, 11. Explanation reported, and agreed to, 12. Attested Copies thereof to be given to Members requiring them, 13. Order for printing it, 14.-Resolution that the Protestation is fit to be taken by every one; to be sent by Members into their several Counties, &c. to be printed, and attested by the Clerk, 30 July.-Conference desired by Lords thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; another Conference to be desired with Lords; Managers appointed, 2 Aug. Conference desired, agreed to, and held, 3.-Copy of a Letter to be sent to Sheriffs, recommending their taking it; Order for all Persons to take it, 20 Jan. Like Letter to be sent to Mayors, &c. of the Cities, Boroughs, &c. 28.-Protestation to be tendered to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, &c. 7 Mar. Certificates concerning taking it to be received by the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 8. Members to peruse them, 17.
-, 1642, a Committee to consider the Number and Quality of Persons that have refused the Protestation; Members to return their Names to them, 16 Apr.-Protestation to be taken by Prisoners committed for levying War against the Parliament, before their Discharge, agreed to, 9 Feb.
-, 1641, Bill concerning making the Protestation by all his Majesty's Subjects, ordered, 4 May. Read twice, and committed, 6.-Order for Meeting of the Committee, 27 May. -15 June.-7 July. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 13. Order for Third Reading, 16. Passed, 19.

Providence,
-, Ship, 1642, Informations concerning Stores imbezzled thereout, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 9 Nov.

Prust,
-, Hugh, 1642, to have Warrant to travel to the King's Court, 21 Feb.

Puckle,
-, Mr. 1641, House informed of an Examination taken against him, 3 Jan.

Puleston,
-, John, 1640, Petition read, avowed, and referred to the Committee for the Marches of Wales, 18 Feb. Vide Wales.

Purbeck,
-, Isle of, 1641, Sir Jo. Bankes nominated to have the Government of the Militia there, 12 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 17 Mar.

Purpett,
-, Mr. 1642, committed to the Fleet; Order for restoreing his Money and Horse, 28 Oct.-For his Discharge, 24 Jan.

Purslow,
-, Elizabeth, 1641, to be summoned to attend a Committee, for printing a Pamphlet, intituled, "Certain Queries of some tender-conscienced Christian;" Pamphlet referred to a Committee, 3 Dec.

Purveyance,
-, 1641, Bill for taking it away, read, 7 Aug.
-, 1642, Collectors of Purveyance to pay no Compositions, but by Directions of the Committee for the King's Revenue, 13 Dec.

Pye,
-, Sir Ro. 1640, his Election approved, 5 Jan.

Pygott,
-, Sir Tho. 1641, Petition read, 19 Aug.-Another recommended by the King, and read; Resolution thereupon, 1 Sept.

Pymm,
-, Mr. 1640, Motion for thanking him for his Delivery of the Charge against the Earl of Strafford, 25 Nov.-Thanked for delivering Articles of Impeachment to Lords, 26 Feb.
-, 1641, Vide Privileges, and Kimbolton. To bring in Copies of his Speeches at the Earl of Strafford's Tryal, 30 Apr.-Thanked for his Service at a Conference, and to deliver his Speech in Writing, 25 Jan.-Message from the King concerning his Speech at a Conference, 8 Feb. Vide King.-Letter directed to him, found by Watchmen in the Court-house, referred to the Committee for Informations, 21.
-, To be presented to Lords at a Conference, 19 Mar.
-, 1642, Speaker to issue Warrant to bring a Person he shall nominate, 8 June.-Party examined touching Words spoken against him, 1 July.-Conference desired with Lords concerning Words spoken against him by Mr. Windebank; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to examine the Matter upon Oath, 4. Report; Darnel to be sent for as a Delinquent, 8.-Business concerning him to be reported, 18 Aug.
-, Order for printing his Speech at a Common Hall, and for thanking him for his Service there, 14 Jan.
-, Charles, 1642, has Leave to attend Lord General, 9 Sept.

Pynder,
-, Mr. 1642, Order for his Discharge, 23 Jan.

Pynner,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 31 May.



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