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ADMINISTRATIONS,
-, Bill concerning them, read, 29 Apr. Committed, 1 May.

Allegiance,
-, Oath of. Vide Oaths.

Apparel,
-, Bill concerning it, read, 15 Apr. Committed, 21. Order for fitting of the Committee; Bill recommended to the Care of One Member, 30.

Arundell
-, new Writ, 24 Apr.

Askew,
-, Sir Edw. Report touching his Petition complaining of Sir Edward Hussey's Election; his Indenture to be brought to be viewed by the Committee of Privileges, 24 Apr.

Aylesbury
-, Election, and double Return; Two of the Burgesses returned not to fit till further Order; One, returned in both Indentures, to fit, 1 May.

ABBOTT,
-, Mr. 1641, Motion that he might, at his own Request, decline his Election; not granted, 6 July.

Abdy,
-, Sir Chr. 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 23 July.

Abell,
-, Alderman, 1640, to be sent for to appear before the Committee of Grievances, and to bring his Patent concerning Wine, and other Papers relating thereto, 11 Nov. Report touching a Complaint against him; to be sent for as a Delinquent; Witnesses to be summoned, 27.-Order for bailing him, 3 Dec. Revoked, 24.-not to be bailed, 19 Jan.
-, 1641, Serjeant to search for his Goods, 31 May.- Order for bailing him, 31 May-1 Sept.
-, 1641, Bill for declaring his and Mr. Kilvert's Offences, ordered, 26 May.-To be presented, 21 July-19 Aug. To be read, 26.
-, 1642, his Composition accepted, 9 Apr.

Abergenny,
-, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants read, and referred to the Committee of Privileges, 26 Nov.
-, Lord, 1642, Lords to be acquainted with the Store of Arms, &c. at his House, 11 Aug.

Abingdon,
-, 1642, House informed of certain Proclamations read there; Richardson to be summoned to appear, 12 July-12 Aug. Vide Richardson Mayor to be summoned to attend, 12 Aug. To be sent for as a Delinquent, 18.-To be bailed, 26 Sept.

Abjuration,
-, Oath of. Vide Oaths

Accounts,
-, 1640, of the last Subsidy, as assessed on the several Counties, ordered, 13 Nov. Presented, 14-of Arrears in the Collectors of the Impositions Hands, to be brought to a Committee, 12 Jan.
-, 1641, of any Subsidy nearest 100,000 l. ordered, 7 May. -of Arrears due to the Scots Army, reported from a Committee, 23 July.-of what ready Money will disband the King's Army, reported from a Committee, 27. -of Poll and Loan Money, ordered, 28. Of Poll and Loan Money received in London, presented, 31 July-2 Aug. Of Poll-money received in London, Middlesex, and Essex, 5-of Poll money received in the Chamber of London ordered, 23. Presented, 24.-of Poll-money in the Hands of the Treasurers and Commissioners, ordered, 25 Oct.-of Moneys collected upon the Two last Bills of Tonage and Poundage, to be brought to a Committee, 31 July.-of Moneys issued for discharging the Army, presented, 25 Aug. To be considered, 28.
-, 1642, of Moneys in the Hands of the Treasurers of London upon the Bill for 400,000 l ordered, 30 Aug.-of Moneys paid by the English to the Scots Commissioners, to be brought to a Committee, 23 Sept.-of the Three Subsidies and Fifteens granted 21 Jac. presented, 27.-of Usbands and Frank, presented from a Committee, 3 Oct.-of Sums imprested to particular Persons, ordered, 6 Dec.-a Committee to present Accounts of the late Collectors of the Customs, 27 Jan.-Account of Moneys paid to Mr. Loftus, ordered, 20 Feb.-of Moneys most pressing to be paid, ordered, 25. Presented, and returned, 27.-presented again, and to be considered, 1 Mar.
-, 1642, Estimates of Money to be employed for the Service of Ireland, presented, and referred to the Committee for the Defence of the Kingdom, and to the Commissioners for Irish Affairs, 10 Aug.
-, 1641, a Committee to take Account of Moneys raised, and to make a State of the Receipts and Disbursements, and of the Debts of the Nation, 10 Mar.
-, 1642, Committees added, 26 Mar. Report; Account of Moneys disbursed for Trained Bands drawn into Kingston upon Hull, approved, 19 Apr.-Committee impowered to consider of a Method for securing Moneys necessary to be borrowed; all that come to have Voices; Days appointed for their Meeting, 5 May. Impowered to alter the Time and Place of Meeting, 10. To receive the Accounts and Arrears of the Treasurers of the Subsidies and Fifteens granted 21 Jac. 11. Order for their meeting, 11. 13, & 14. Note of Moneys concerning the Aqueduct, referred, 12. Report; Order thereupon, 24.-Declaration of Moneys received and disbursed from the Beginning of the Parliament to 1 June 1642, presented, read, and re-committed; further Power given to the Committee; Petition referred, 3 June. Order for making Report, 20. Report; re-committed; Commitees added, 21. Mr. Payler's Accounts referred, 24. Preamble to be reported, 25. State, Preamble, and Conclusion to be reported, 28. Preamble reported, and re-committed; State reported, and to be printed, but not published, without Chairman's Warrant, 30. -Declaration reported from Re-commitment, read, and agreed to, 1 July. State of the Accounts to be dispersed, 13. -Report touching the Remainder of the Three Subsidies and Fifteens granted 21 Jac. Question for allowing the Treasurers Money for Extra charges, Neg.; Committee impowered to fend for Collectors of the Houshold, 27 Sept.- to confider the Supers remaining upon the Subsidies and Fifteens; Committees added, 5 Oct.
-, 1641, a Committee to examine how the Money stands, 29 July.-Report, 4 Aug.-Order for making further Report, 2 Dec. Report of the State of the Money, and of the Debt of the Kingdom, 9. To be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 9 & 29. Further Report concerning the State of the Money; Resolution thereupon, 21.
-, 1642, a Committee to confider of paying for printing the Books of Accounts, 12 Aug.-Order for Payment, 27 Sept.

Acton,
-, 1641, a Recusant's House there to be searched for Arms; Member appointed to send down the Order, 26 Jan.

Acton,
-, Jo. 1642; to have Liberty to contract for a certain Quantity of gilt Plate, 10 Nov.-his Petition concerning Moneys and Plate seized in the Exchequer; previous Question for Delivery thereof, Neg. 14 Dec.
-, Sir Wm. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 23 Dec. Loan of 1,000 l propounded to him upon the public Faith; his Answer, 24.-Lord Mayor and Sheriffs to assist in seizing his Money, &c. 28.-Order for seizing his Horses, 3 Mar. Person appointed to put it in Execution, 7.

Adams,
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges
-, Mr. 1642, to have Licence to go beyond Sea, 17 Aug.
-, Mr. Scots Merchant, 1642, Payment of his Loan referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 1 Nov.
-, Deputy William, 1642, Order for his Commitment, 18 Jan.

Aderne,
-, Rob. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself beyond Sea, 15 Sept.

Adjournment
-, till Afternoon, 12 & 20 Nov.-2 Jan.-25 Feb.-20 Mar. 1640.-6. 14, 15, 16, 17. 20, 21, 22. 24. & 27 Apr.-5, 6, 7, 8. 10. 12, 13. 21, 22. 24. 26, 27, 28, & 29, May.-1, 2. 7, 8, 9. 15. 18, 19. 22. 24, 25, 26. 28, 29, & 30, June.-1, 2, 3. 5. 8, 9. 12. 14. 17. 21. 23, 24. 27, 28, 29, & 30, July.-3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. 16, 17. 19. 24. 26. & 30, Aug.-8 Sept. 1641. 29 Mar.-11, 12. & 22, Apr.-2, 3. 6, 7. 12, 13. 17. 24. 27. & 31, May.-3, 4, 6, 7. 9. 16. 18. 23, 24, 25. 27, & 28, June.-1. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 11, 12. 14. 16. 23. & 26, July.-1. 8. 20. & 22, Aug.-7 & 23 Sept.-3, 7. 15. 19, 20. 25. & 29, Oct.-2. 4. 5. 7. 11, 12, 13. 15. & 23, Nov.-13 Jan.-2, 3. 21. 23. & 25, Feb. 1642.
-, without doing Business, 5 & 13 Apr. 1641.-7 June, 1642.
-, 1640, Resolution about Adjournment at Christmas, 22 Dec.
-, upon a Question, 17 Jan. 1641.-29 Mar. 1642.
-, 1642, upon a Division, 9 Feb.
-, 1641, Message to Lords, acquainting them when the House intended a Recess; Answer thereto, 8 Sept.-House to consider of a Recess, 14 & 17 Dec. Message to Lords concerning it, 20. Conference to be desired with them thereupon, 23 & 25. Days for the Recess and Return to be propounded thereat; free Conference desired, 26. Agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held; Lords disagree to the Day for the Return; House insist upon it; another free Conference desired, agreed to, and held; Lords assent to the Day; Resolution for receding from it upon any emergent Occasion, 27.

Admiral,
-, Lord, 1641, to be thanked for his Respects to the House, 9 June.-Paper delivered by him to be considered, 24 Dec.
-, 1642, to be moved, that Two Frigates bought at Dover may be put to Sea, 28 Apr.-Order for his searching Ships going from France to Ireland, agreed to by Lords, 4 June.-to be moved to continue a Ship in the Humber, 27. -Conference desired with Lords concerning the sudden Removal of him; Managers appointed, 1 July.

Admiralty,
-, 1642, Propositions concerning Commissioners for the Matters thereof, to be considered, 27 Sept.-8 Oct. Commissioners appointed; Committee for the Navy to prepare Ordinances to give them Power, 18. Ordinances agreed to by Lords, 19.-Commissioners added, 2 Dec.-Conference desired by Lords concerning the Admiralty, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 1 July.

Adventure,
-, Ship, 1642, to be listed in the Navy, 6 Feb.

Africa
-, Vide America

Ager,
-, Sir Antony, 1642, to have Leave to visit his Wife upon Bail, 16 Dec.

Aiscough,
-, Sir Edw. 1641, offers his Security for Money, 5 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642, to be paid for his Journey to Hull, 24 May.
-, Geo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent; Examination referred to the Committee for Examinations; Witnesses to be summoned to attend them, 29 Oct.

Albans,
-, St. 1640, Petition of Inhabitants against Mr. Conisby, referred to Sir Lewis Dive's Committee, 18 Feb.
-, 1642, Letter from Mayor, concerning Horses stayed there, sent to Lords; their Answer; Order for releasing them; Speaker to give a Note to carry them to York without Interruption, 7 June.-Complaint against the Mayor referred to the Committee for Informations, 28 July. Report; Resolution thereupon, 29. Vide Newe.-Order for Indemnity of Volunteers-Petition of Inhabitants; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 10 Aug.-Order for removing the Magazine into other Hands, 11.
-, Earl of, 1641, to be thanked for his Endeavours to suppress the Rebels in Ireland, 29 Nov.-Trunks directed to him to pass, 3 Jan.
-, 1642, his Letter to Sir H. Stradlinge, presented from a Committee, 7 Sept.
-, St. Wood-street, 1642, Ordinance for supplying the Cure, and sequestering the Profits thereof, 23 Jan.

Alborough, 1641, new Writ, 14 Feb.
-, 1642, Order for fortifying the Town, 6 Dec.-13 Jan.

Alcock,
-, Thomas, 1642, to have Licence to transport Boots, Shoes, &c. to Dublin, 7 Apr.
-, Serjeant-major, 1642, House informed of the Manner of seizing his Plate and Money; Order for laying it up in the Chamber of London, and making further Search into Trunks, &c. to be summoned to attend, 11 Aug.

Aldborough,
-, Rich. 1642, disabled from sitting during this Parliament, 6 Sept.

Aldburgh,
-, Mr. 1642, his Letter to Sir Jo. Mallory read, and to be printed, 17 Nov.

Alden,
-, Rob. 1642, Order for staying Sugar belonging to him, 9 Jan.

Alderley,
-, Tho. and Jo. Argoll, 1642, to be sent for in Custody, 5 Aug. Business referred to the Committee for Informations, 15. Alderley's Petition read, 17. Argoll to be bailed, 18.

Aldersey,
-, Jo. 1642, to have Liberty to transport himself beyond Sea, 27 Aug.

Aldrich,
-, Tho. 1642, Order for his Commitment, 9 Mar.

Aldus,
-, Rob. 1642, to have Liberty to transport Barley to London, 24 Dec.-to transport it to Holland, 6 Mar.

Alexander,
-, David, and Belthaser Jerbier, 1642, their Examinations concerning blowing up the Magazine in the Earl of Essex's Army, read by a Chairman of a Committee, but not delivered, 8 Oct. Matter to be considered, 10.

Alford,
-, Sir Edward, 1640, doubly returned; has Leave to respite his Choice for a certain Time, 9 Nov. Till particular Elections be determined, 20.
-, 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 6 Sept.
-, Sir Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 26 Apr.
-, John, 1642, Petition touching Money due to him upon Specialties; Order for Payment, 7 Nov.-to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 29.
-, Capt. 1642, Order for his Discharge, 2 Feb.

Algiers.
-, Vide Captives.

Allaby,
-, Mr. 1640, Petition referred to Mr. Pryn's Committee, 11 Dec.

Allegiance,
-, Oath of. Vide Oaths.

Allen,
-, Patrick, 1640, to have Liberty to prosecute his Petition, and to be examined as a Witness, 19 Mar.
-, Jo. 1642, Order for staying the Landing of Goods belonging to him, and for his Attendance on the Committee for the Navy, 10 Aug.
-, Lieutenant John, 1642, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Defence of the Kingdom, 15 Sept.

Allerton,
-, 1640, Motion for restoring it, 5 Dec. Order for that Purpose-new Writ, 11.

Allestree,
-, Mr. 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov. To be summoned in safe Custody, 15.-to be admitted into the House, 9 Dec.

Allhallows
-, Barking, 1642, Petition of Parishioners; Order for Lecturing in the Church, 25 Aug. Amended, 27.-Lecturer recommended, 2 Dec.-A Committee to prepare Ordinance for supplying the Cure, and sequestering the Profits, 2 Feb. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 3.

Allington,
-, Lord, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 2 Feb.

Allured,
-, Mr. 1642, recommended to the Commissioners of the Treasury to be Comptroller of the Customs at Hull, 22 June.

Alney,
-, Yeldered, and Wm. Wisheard, 1641, to be sent for as Delinquents, to answer a Petition and Articles against them, 24 Apr.-to be bailed, 20 May.

Alresford,
-, New, 1641, Parishioners to have Liberty to chuse a Lecturer, 14 Feb.

Alsop,
-, Barnaby, 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent for printing a Petition, 25 Jan.

Altham,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Leave to go beyond Sea, 17 Nov.

Alton,
-, 1641, Parishioners to have Liberty to chuse a Lecturer, 14 Feb.

Allured,
-, Mr. 1640, allowed to sit, though he had not received the Sacrament, 1 Dec.
-, 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 23 Sept.

Ambassadors,
-, foreign, 1641, Declaration against their harbouring Popish Priests, Natives of the King's Dominions; Lords to be moved to join in a Petition for the Observation thereof, 8 July. Propositions of Instructions concerning them to be delivered to the Committee of Forty-eight, 9.
-, 1642, several Persons committed to the Gatehouse for abusing an Ambassador, 14 Apr.-Lords to be desired that a Message may be sent to foreign Ambassadors not to permit any English to hear Mass in their Houses, 23.

Amboigna,
-, 1641, Order against printing Books concerning the Passages between the Hollanders and English there, 21 Mar.

America,
-, 1640, Petition of Planters and Merchants read, and referred to the Committee for the Virginia Planters, 6 Jan.
-, 1641, Petition of Merchants, concerning seizing Parts of America and Africa, referred to a Committee, 30 Aug.

Amerigo,
-, Seignor. Vide Florence

Amity,
-, Ship, 1642, Information concerning it, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 9 Nov. Order for seizing Provisions on board, 19. Report; Resolutions about disposing of the Cargo, and paying for the Demurrage, 23.

Ammunition,
-, 1641, a Committee to consider the Book of Ammunition, 23 Nov.

Amonderness,
-, 1640, Petition of the Inhabitants referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 9 Feb.

Amsterdam,
-, 1642, Information of warlike Provisions preparing there, and designed for the North of England, to be communicated to Lords, 9 June. Report concerning it; Person examined thereupon; Members to inquire into the Truth thereof; Lord Admiral to be moved to send Ships to guard the Coast of Newcastle; Conference to be desired touching the Information; Managers appointed; Head agreed to, 11. -Further Informations of warlike Provisions bought and provided at Amsterdam; a Committee to peruse intercepted Letters; Report touching Bills of Exchange found in them; Committee to consider the Bills, 16.-Another Committee to peruse Letters taken in a Ship from thence with Arms and Ammunition, 5 Sept.

Amys,
-, John, and Wm. Watson, 1642, King's Warrant for apprehending them, presented from a Conference; Lords Resolution thereupon agreed to, 18 July. Lords to be moved for Habeas Corpus to remove them; their Concurrence signified, 21.
-, Mr. 1642, Business concerning his distraining Dr. Manby for Nonpayment of his Assessment, referred to a Committee; Dr. Manby to attend them, 30 June.

Anandale,
-, Earl of, 1642, Petition read, 26 July.
-, Lady, 1642, Protection to be granted to preserve her from plundering, 10 Dec.

Anchett,
-, 1640. Vide Privileges.

Anderson,
-, Rob. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 23 Nov. - to be removed to Lord Petre's House, 18 Jan.

Andover,
-, 1641, new Writ, 31 Mar.-Election ; Petition referred to Sir Tho. Dive's Committee, 30 Apr.-Committee revived; Committees added, 15 Mar.
-, 1642, Report to be made, 6, 7, 8. 15 & 23 Apr.- 2 May. Made; Return to be amended, 3. Amended, 12.
-, 1641, Parishioners have Liberty to chuse a Lecturer, 14 Feb. Their Petition; Vicar to be injoined to permit him the Use of his Pulpit, 18.
-, 1642, Petition concerning the Refusal of Assistance to a Person conducting Rebels from the West; Petitioner to pick out some of the most active; Petition sent to Lords; their Answer, 29 Apr.

Andrewes,
-, Leonard, 1642, to be summoned to attend, 11 Aug.
-, Dr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 27 Oct.

Andrews,
-, St. Holborn, 1641, Bill for dividing the Parish, read, 1 June. Committed, 17.-Committees added, 9 July.- Committee revived; Order for their Meeting, 2 & 21 Dec.
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 18 June.-Order for searching Stables, and listing Horses; agreed to by Lords, 24 Oct.-for paying Money belonging to the Church to the Treasurers at Guildhall, 4 Feb.
-, St. Wardropp, 1642, Order for supplying the Cure, and sequestering the Profits thereof, 23 Jan.-Ordinance for that Purpose read, and agreed to, 16 Feb.

Angel,
-, Ship, 1642, Order for Discharge of her and her Cargo, 20 Dec.

Anglesey,
-, Isle of, 1641, Earl of Northumberland nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 18 Mar.-Petition of Inhabitants touching the Defence of the County against an Invasion, 22.
-, 1642, Lords to be desired that the Earl of Bridgewater may deliver in Papers in his Custody concerning the Militia, 6 Apr. Message to that Purpose sent, 8. Their Answer, 9.
-, Another Deputy Lieutenant approved, 26 May.-Information of a Misdemeanor committed by Soldiers, referred to a Committee, 28. Committees added; Order for their meeting, 31.-Sheriff to pay in the Poll-money by a Time limited, or be sent for as a Delinquent, 9 June.-to be sent for, 25 July.

Anguish,
-, James, 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent to answer a Petition against him, 8 Dec.

Ankehill,
-, Henry, 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent to answer a Petition against him, 12 Dec.-to be bailed, 19 Jan.

Annand,
-, Thomas, 1642, to have a Warrant to transport himself to Spain, 11 Apr.

Anne,
-, St. London, 1641, Complaint of a Disorder committed in the Church, referred to the Committee for Emanuel College, 26 July.
-, St. near Aldersgate, 1641, Petition of Parishioners; Brothers to be sent for as a Delinquent, 14 Aug. Vide Brothers.
-, 1642, another Petition; Lecturer to be continued; Parishioners authorized to chuse another, 21 Dec.

Anston,
-, Mr. 1642, his House to be searched for Arms, 14 Aug.

Anthell,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 22 Aug.

Anthill,
-, Mr. 1641, to be summoned to attend, and bring with him a Person that travels between the West and London, as a private Post, 1 Nov.

Antrim,
-, Earl of, 1641, Information against him referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 7 Feb.
-, 1642, another Information concerning his countenancing the Rebels in Ireland; Order for his Commitment to a safe Place; agreed to by Lords, 18 June.-Lords to be moved to join in ordering a Ship to bring him over, 11 July.- Copy of Lords Justices Letter concerning sending him, read, and re-delivered to Member who brought it; Order for continuing him in Custody, 12 Sept. Agreed to by Lords, 13.
-, The Committee for the Navy to appoint a Ship to bring him over, 4 Oct. Ship appointed, 6. Lords Concurrence signified, 7.

Antrobus,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 26 Jan.

Apleton,
-, Captain Rob. 1642, Petition referred to Sir Wm. Uvedale, 16 June.

Apparel,
-, 1640, Bill concerning it, read, 25 Feb.

Appleton,
-, and Beffeleigh, 1642, Petition of Parishioners; Dickenston to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 Oct. Vide Dickenston

Apprentice,
-, 1642, a Committee to examine one who had a scandalous Creed in his Hands, 27 Jan.-Matter referred to another Committee, 4 Feb.

Apprentices,
-, 1641, Petition read; Speaker's Answer to the Persons who brought it, 23 Dec. Vide Privileges
-, 1642, Declaration for Encouragement of such as will enter into the Parliament's Service; agreed to by Lords, 1 Nov.

Apsley,
-, Sir Allen, 1641, Petition of his Creditors read, 20 July.
-, Jo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 23 Nov.
-, Edward, 1642, Order for restoring his Plate, 17 Jan.

Aqueduct,
-, 1642, Note of Moneys concerning it, referred to the Committee for Moneys, 12 May. Vide Accounts. Order touching the Sharers, paying their Shares into such Hands as the House shall appoint, 20 & 24.-Papers concerning the Money referred to one Member, 30 July.-A Committee to consider Propositions concerning it, and prepare an Order, 3 Aug.-Order for Discharge of Debtors, paying their Moneys into the Chamber of London, 11 Nov.

Ardagh,
-, Bishop of, 1640, Letter to Speaker on his behalf, read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 20 Mar.
-, 1641, Petition against him to be remitted to the Parliament in Ireland, with special Recommendation, 25 June. To the Chancery, if the Parliament is risen, 30.

Argoll,
-, Jo. Vide Alderley

Argyle,
-, Marquis of, 1641, a Committee to consider of a Commission to him to transport 2,500 Men into Ireland, 7 Feb. Commission reported, agreed to, and to be sent to Lords, 17. -Paper from Scots Commissioners, signifying that he and the Lord Chancellor of Scotland were coming hither; Lords to be moved to desire them to stay in Scotland; a Committee to prepare an Answer; Answer reported; Conference desired by Lords concerning him, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Answer to the Scots Proposition, and an additional Clause, severally read; Clause agreed to; Lords to be desired to send the Answer to the King; free Conference to be desired with them thereupon; Managers to attend, notwithstanding Adjournment of the House, 22 Feb.

Armagh,
-, Bishop of, 1640, Complaint of a Pamphlet fathered upon him; Order for suppressing it, 9 Feb.
-, 1641, to be desired to send to the House Two Popish Catechisms printed in Latin and Irish, 10 Feb. Vide Catechism
-, 1642, Order concerning him agreed to by Lords, 1 Nov.

Armourers
-, Company, 1642, to acquaint Members what Store of Arms they make weekly, 28 May.

Arms
-, and Ammunition, 1641, Members to consider the State of their respective Counties and Boroughs in relation to them, 5 May.-12 July.-Conference to be desired concerning those taken away within Three Years; a Committee to prepare Heads, 14 Aug. Heads reported, 16.-Another Committee to consider how the Kingdom may be furnished therewith, 31 Jan.
-, 1642, Order about bringing in Arms, and having Allowance as if it was Subscription-money, to be sent to Lords, 13 Aug. Sent, 16.-Order touching a Reward to Persons seizing Arms and Horse, 7 Nov.
-, 1641, Bill for regulating of Arms, and appointing Musters, read, 12 July.

Army,
-, 1640, a Committee to consider of the State thereof, and of the Northern Counties, and inquire what Officers are Papists, and what Charges may be spared, 21 Nov.
-, A Subcommittee impowered to treat with the English Commissioners concerning Contributions in the Northern Parts, 23. Report; to be considered, 24. Committees added, 26. The Committee impowered to treat concerning such Things as they think fit, 28. Order for Removal of Popish Officers, 30.- for continuing them till paid, 2 Dec. Order for their Removal explained, 23.-Business concerning the Army, and Relief of the Northern Parts, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 8 Feb. Referred to a Select Committee, 9. Report; considered in a Committee of the whole House; Resolutions thereupon, 10. Vide Supply.-Order for naming Commissaries of the Musters-for joining Thirty Gentlemen of Yorkshire to them, 8 Mar.-A Committee of the whole House to consider of Means to prevent Disorders in the Army, 31 Dec.-Report; Resolutions touching mustering and disciplining the Army; King to be moved for a Commission of Oyer and Terminer; the Commission to extend only to the King's Army in Pay, 20 Jan. King's Concurrence communicated by Lords at a Conference, 13 Mar.-The Committee for the State of the Army to consider of Means for lessening the Expences of both Armies, and what will be necessary upon disbanding; Order for their meeting, 13.-Free Conference desired by Lords concerning the English Army, agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and to be reported, 23. Reported, 24.
-, 1641, Report concerning the Inconveniences and Expences of both Armies, and disbanding them, to be considered, 1 Apr. Considered, and recommitted to the Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference, 2. Heads reported, 6. Conference desired; Managers appointed, 8.-Another Committee to prepare a Letter to be sent to the Army, 3 May. Order for their meeting; Letter reported, and read; Copies to be sent to Sir John Coniers and Sir Jacob Ashley; Lord General to be desired to send the Letter, 4. Copy of Letter to accompany it read; Order for thanking him, 5.-Message to be sent to Lords, desiring a Committee of both Houses may be appointed to consider of the best Manner for disbanding both Armies, 18. Their Concurrence signified; Committee appointed; Time for their meeting appointed by Lords, disagreed to; another Time appointed by the House, agreed to 20. Report of Propositions to be treated upon with the Scots Commissioners; agreed to by Lords, 21. Paper from the Scots presented from the Committee, and read, 22.-Another Committee to consider of the readiest Way of disbanding them, 10 June. Report; Resolutions thereupon; Committee impowered to consider of a convenient Way of mustering the Army, 12.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from the English Army, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee to prepare an Answer; Lord General to be desired to endeavour to discover the Persons that have done these ill Offices between the House and the Army, 14. His Answer reported-free Conference desired by Lords concerning disbanding both Armies, agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, 15. Reported; Orders thereupon; further Power given to the Committee, 16. Another free Conference desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed; free Conference agreed to, and held, 17. Conference desired by Lords, agreed to, 19. Another desired by them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 25.-Message from Lords, desiring the Committee concerning the Army may meet; Answer thereto, 5 July. Order for making Report, 6. Report; several Letters read; Lord General to be thanked for his Care in disbanding; Order for quiet conducting the Soldiers, to be considered at a Conference, 7. Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 9.-The Committee to consider of the State of the Army, and what Regiments are fit to be disbanded, 19. Report; Order touching Reformado Officers-Resolution for disbanding Eight Troops; the Committee to consider what Moneys will be requisite for total disbanding; Conference desired with Lords concerning a Proposition to Scots Commissioners to disband their Army, agreed to; Managers appointed; Votes to be delivered thereat; Conference agreed to, and held, 22. Another Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Scots Answer read, and referred to the Committee; Report of Arrears due to their Army, 23.-Estimate for disbanding the King's Army reported-the Committee to consider of all Circumstances necessary thereto; Committees added, 27. Report; Resolutions about the Times of paying the Officers and Billet-money-Conference to be desired touching disbanding the King's Army; Managers appointed, 28. Another Conference desired concerning disbanding both Armies; Heads thereof; Conference agreed to, and held, 29. Reported, 30. -Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 4 Aug.- Case of English Reformado Officers reported; Resolution thereupon-a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference concerning disbanding both Armies; Conference desired; agreed to; Managers appointed, 5.-Another Conference to to be desired thereupon; Committee to prepare Heads; Message to Lords desiring them to join that the Horse of the King's Army be first disbanded, 6. Answer thereto-another Message desiring them to move the King for a Proclamation for the more peaceable effecting it, and to write a Letter to Lord General for speedy disbanding them; a Committee to prepare such a Letter; Letter reported, agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker; King's Answer communicated by Lords, 7.-Another Conference to be desired; Heads agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Committee to prepare Letter to Lord General for speedy disbanding the Foot after the Horse, 10. Another Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter to be sent by them, and other Particulars, agreed to; Message from Lords, acquainting the House they had assented to write the same Letter to Lord General-Resolution for disbanding the Foot as well as the Horse; agreed to by Lords-free Conference desired by them concerning Propositions touching the Scots Army, agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported, 11.-Conference desired by Lords concerning Lord General's Letters about disbanding, agreed to: Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 16.- The Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference concerning the speedy disbanding the King's Army, 18. Heads reported; Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference held; a Committee of both Houses to prepare Order for speedy disbanding the Horse, before any of the Foot be disbanded; Persons appointed to go down for that Purpose, 19.-The Committee to consider of Ways for raising Moneys; to examine the Accounts of the Army, and call Auditors to their Assistance; Committees added; all that come to have Voices, 23. Parties to attend them.-Conference desired by Lords concerning Letters from Lord General about the Marching of the Armies, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Motion for desiring Lords that the Proclamation may be sent down with Speed, 24.-Conference desired by Lords concerning Letters from the North, agreed to, and held, 6 Sept. Reported; Letters read; Purport of Answer agreed to; Member to prepare it; Answer read, and to be signed by Speaker, 8. -Conference desired by Lords concerning a Relation about the late Army; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 22 Oct. Conference agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 23.-Papers concerning disbanding Scots Army, read, 24. -Earl of Holland's Declaration of his Proceedings in disbanding, reported from a Conference, 10 Nov.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Petition of Officers about their Arrears, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 19.
-, 1641. Order for taking Account of Billet-money due to Yorkshire; Members for the County to nominate Assistants, 19 May.-Billet-moneys, &c. due to Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle, to be paid by the Scots-a Committee to perfect the Accounts, 19. Commissioners approved, 25. -Motion for adding Four; Answer thereto, 1 July.- Petition concerning Billet-money due, 9 Dec. Order for paying Part thereof, 19.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare a Declaration concerning the Difficulty of paying it, 29 Oct.-Time appointed for the Payment-a Committee to consider the Accounts of the Bishoprick, Northumberland, and Newcastle, 19 June.- Auditors appointed to audit the Accounts of those Counties, and of York, Nottingham, and Lincoln, 3 July. Order about the Payment thereof, 29 July.-24 Dec.- Order touching paying for Persons brought in upon Billeters by the Soldiers, 17 July.-for deducting sufficient to satisfy them out of the Soldiers Pay, 20. -House undertakes to pay Billet-money due from the Scots, 4 Aug. Security accepted, 5 & 7. Account thereof; Scots discharged from paying it, 13.
-, 1642, Order against billeting Soldiers in Towns against their Wills, 14 July. Agreed to by Lords, 18.
-, 1641, Bill for securing Moneys due for the billeting Soldiers of the King's Army, read, 1 July. Committed, 2. To be reported, 16. Reported, and to be ingrossed; another Committee to withdraw, and consider of small Amendments, 17. Bill passed, 20.
-, 1641, Petition of Reformado Officers read, and referred to the Committee for the State of the Army, 14 Apr.- Another read, and referred, 28 June.-Report; Resolution thereupon; Captain Drake's Business recommended, 5 Aug. -Another Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the King's Army, 18. To be considered, 23. List of their Names presented, 24.-Another Petition read; Question for referring it to a Committee, Neg. 23 Dec.-Another read; nothing done thereupon, 2 Feb. Another read; Sense of the House thereupon, 12 Mar.
-, 1642, Order for paying those entered in the List; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 July. Resolutions touching them, 14 & 18.
-, 1642, Business concerning Waggons for the Army to be considered, 19 May.
-, 1642, Petition of late Captains; a Committee to consider of their Arrears, 12 Apr.
-, 1642, Resolution for raising an Army by the Parliament for the Safety of the King's Person, and Defence of both Houses; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 July. Signified. -Lord General appointed, 13. Vide Essex, Earl of. General of Horse appointed. Vide Bedford, Earl of.-A Committee to consider of a Way for the Officers to take the Oaths and Protestation, 14. Oath presented, and to be considered, 29. Agreed to, and sent to Lords, 1 Aug. -Treasurer nominated-Declaration, shewing the Causes that move the Parliament to raise an Army, read; agreed to; to be delivered to Lords at a Conference; and printed, 28 July. Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed, 30.-Deputy Treasurer approved-Report touching the Disposition of the Forces, 15 Aug.-Ordinance to prevent plundering, 18.-Complaint of the unruly Demeanor of the Soldiers; Articles for regulating the Army to be presented, 7 Sept. Order for Lord General to punish them; agreed to by Lords, 8. His Letters concerning their Demeanor read, 23.- Order from Lords touching the Pay to the Foot, 15 Sept.- A Committee to prepare Declaration for Soldiers to repair to their Rendezvous, 22. Declaration sent to Lords, 23.- Officers, found from their Colours without Licence from Lord General, to be sent to him in safe Custody, 14 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, 15. Deserter to be sent, 19.-A Committee to prepare Ordinance to prevent Soldiers passing without Lord General's Warrant, 2 Dec. Constables to give Warning, by Beat of Drum, that they repair to their Colours, 3.-Lord General to be moved to take some Course to prevent plundering, 25 Nov.-A Committee to prepare Declaration for that Purpose; Declaration to be sent to him, and published at the Head of the Army, 10 Dec.-Instructions for the Committee for the Army, 23 Sept.-Passages of the Two Armies near Worcester reported, 27.-Letters, relating the Passages of a late Battle, read, and to be printed, 27 Oct.-Orders touching the Relief of maimed Soldiers, 8 Nov.-for their repairing to the Savoy-for the Surgeons Company to take care of them; to be proclaimed in and about London by Beat of Drum, and sent to the Army, 13.-for Relief of Prisoners, and Widows of those slain, 19.-for providing Apparel for those stripped, and now returned to the Army, 26.-for an Allowance to maimed Soldiers, 3 Dec.-Order for Reward for such as have been constant in the Service-a Committee to consider of raising more Horse, 9 Nov. Offer of the Citizens to raise Light Horse and Dragoons accepted; Commanders appointed; Conference desired; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 15.-A Committee to consult with the Committee for the Militia in London, and receive Intelligence from the Army, and take care of supplying them with Necessaries, 14 Nov. Order concerning Provisions in the several Counties, presented, and re-committed, 28. Read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified; Order to be printed, 29.-A Committee to attend the Army, 14 Nov. -Committee of both Houses to take care for providing a sufficient Quantity of Match, 2 Dec.-Reformado Officers to be sent down, and paid upon their Arrival, 3.-Committee to prepare Order for a Month's Pay to certain Soldiers-another to receive Lists of Soldiers, Horses, and Arms, from Innkeepers, &c.; to consider of a Mark to be set upon Horses and Arms, and to prepare Ordinance for punishing such as buy or take them in pawn, and for limiting the Sum to be taken for Lodging and Hay, 5.-List of Officers and Soldiers in and about London to be sent to Lord General; Speaker to move him, by Letter, to punish them, 8.-Order for apprehending such as do not repair to their Colours, 9 Jan.-A Committee impowered to punish such as neglect their Duty, 11 Feb.-A Committee to consider what time the Forces were taken into Pay, what Arms, &c. are issued, and how the Army may be supplied with them, 27 Jan.-Message from Lord General, acquainting the House with his Intention to march next Day; Resolution thereupon, 9 Mar.
-, 1642, a Committee to send Scouts to watch the King's Army, 3 Nov.-Prisoner taken, 12. Vide Rigg.-Mr. Rushworth injoined to search after the Proceedings thereof at Brentford, 16. His Report; a Committee to examine the Inhabitants and others thereupon, 17. Passages read, and recommitted; Committees added; Rushworth to attend the Committee, 19. Their Report, 28.-Order for Reparation out of their Estates to Persons plundered, read, and referred to a Committee, 1 Dec. Read again, and re-committed; Committees added, 7. Order agreed to, 8.-A Committee to prepare Declaration concerning the Usage of Prisoners taken by them, 21 & 24. Order about their Exchange, 31.-Information of Moneys going down; a Committee to seize Persons, Moneys, &c. 21 Dec. To search the Trunks, and examine Persons brought up with them; Order for discharging the Trunks, 22.-Order against carrying Provisions to them, 16 Jan.

Armyn,
-, Sir Wm. 1641. Vide Privileges. Offers his Security for Money, 5 Aug.-Letter from him to Speaker read, with a Note inclosed, 2 Nov.

Array,
-, 1642, a Committee of both Houses to prevent Commissions going forth, 17 June. Commission for Leicestershire referred, 18. Proceedings thereupon reported; several Informations read; Order for Meeting of the Committee, and making Report, 27. Proclamations and Clerks Expences referred; Instructions; Declaration reported; Lords Concurrence to be desired at a Conference; Managers appointed; free Conference desired; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 30.-Declaration to be printed, and dispersed, 4 July.-Order for paying the Clerks, 7.-Votes concerning the Illegality of the Commission to be published at Assizes, 19. Order for that Purpose agreed to by Lords, and to be sent by special Messengers, 20.-A standing Committee appointed, to examine Proceedings of the Commissioners, 24. Order for their sitting, 26. Lords to be moved to nominate a Committee to be joined with them, 29. Their Concurrence signified, 30.-Order for disarming all the Commissioners, 9 Aug. Sent to Lords, 16.-A Committee to prepare an Answer to the King's Answer to the Declaration of both Houses concerning it, 18.-Committees added, 5 Oct. Declaration read, agreed to, and to be printed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21. Desired, 22.-Order for staying Copies in several Presses, 12 Jan.-A Committee to prepare Order for apprehending Persons advancing the Execution of the Commission, 20 Aug. Order presented; Names of the Commissioners ordered, 22.-Declaration that it is lawful to resist the Commissioners, 18 Nov.-Warrants from several for levying Moneys read; a Committee to prepare Declaration to shew the Illegality of them; Warrants and Declaration to be printed together, 5 Jan.

Arrowsmith,
-, Mr. desired to preach, 28 Dec.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 25 Jan.

Artificers,
-, 1642, Bill for supplying Defects in Statutes concerning them read, 1 Mar.

Artillery,
-, 1641, House to consider the settling the Business concerning it, 21 Dec.

Arundel,
-, 1641, Election and double Return; Report to be made, 2 & 11 Nov. Made; Resolution touching it-new Writ, 12. -A Committee to consider the Information about the Election, 6 Dec. Return ordered, 28.-One Member to sit till Election determined; Return to be amended, 15 Jan. Petition concerning the Election received, 24.-Return amended, 11 Feb.
-, 1642, Committee revived; Suit against the Mayor to be stayed till Report, 16 June.-Part of the Order for reviving the Committee reversed, 17.-Mayor to stay suspected Persons, &c. going to Portsmouth, 15 Aug.
-, Earl of, 1641, Letter concerning his Arms at Sheffield to be sent to Lords, with Desire they would take some Course about them; Answer thereto, 14 Feb.
-, 1642, Bill from Lords to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 23 May.

Arundell,
-, Tho. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 9 Aug.-His Answer to be printed, 19 Sept.

Asaph,
-, St. Bishop of, 1641, impeached of high Crimes and Misdemeanors, 4 Aug.-of High Treason, 30 Dec. Vide Bishops
-, 1642, to be allowed 500l. a Year, 6 Apr.

Ashburnham,
-, Captain, 1641, to make Protestation that he will not confer with Colonel Goringe, 11 June.-Examined touching Mr. Piercye's Letter; committed to the King's Bench upon Suspicion of High Treason, 14. To the Gatehouse, 15. To be kept in Serjeant's Custody, 17.-To be bailed; to give it under his Hand that he will offer no Violence to Colonel Goringe, 8 July.-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.; Order for his having it, 8 Sept.-Business concerning him to be considered; Bail to have notice that he attends, 17 Nov.-House to consider what Name to give his Fact, 6 Dec. Votes concerning his and Captain Chudleigh's Examinations read; Resolution for accusing him of Misprision of Treason, and expelling him, 9.
-, 1642, Time to be prefixed for his Accusation, 26 Mar.
-, Order for his Attendance; Bail to have Notice thereof, 23 May.-To be sent for by Serjeant, 9 June.-Bailbond to be delivered up, 7 July.
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 18 Apr.-Letter from the 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.
-, John. Vide Goodwyn, Hen.

Ashe,
-, Simeon, 1641, desired to preach, 10 Mar.
-, 1642, thanked, and to print his Sermon, 12 Apr.
-, Mr. 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Francis, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 7 May.

Asheton,
-, Sir Ralph, 1642, to have Liberty to buy and send Powder, &c. into Middlesex, 27, Oct.-To have Warrant to convey Ordnance to Manchester and his own House, 3 Nov.
-, Mr. 1642, to have Liberty to convey Arms into Lancashire, 6 July.

Ashford,
-, 1642, Volunteers to have Order for their Indemnity; agreed to by Lords, 6 July. Draught thereof reported, and re-committed, 8-Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 2 Mar.

Ashley,
-, Sir Jacob, 1640, his Letter to Lord Admiral read, 31 Dec.
-, 1641, his Letter to Speaker read; Motion thereupon, 8 June.-Another read, 23.-His Examination before Lords Committees read, 17 Nov.

Asperton,
-, 1640, Report; Resolution for restoring it-new Writ, 26 Nov.

Aspinwall,
-, Mr. 1642, his Letter referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 13 Apr.

Assizes,
-, 1642, a Committee to consider of the Adjournment thereof from Kingston to Darking; their Report; Resolution thereupon; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 Aug.
-, Lords to be moved to dispatch the Order, 15.-A Committee to consider of putting off the Assizes in the several Counties, 13 Feb.-Lords to be desired to move the Judges not to go their next Circuits; Petition to the King for deferring them, 15.- Another Committee to withdraw, and prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 17. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 18.-A Committee of both Houses to consider of the Manner of deferring them, 25. Ordinance for that Purpose agreed to by Lords, with Desire it may be printed, 28.-Members to disperse it, 2 Mar.

Associations,
-, 1642, Resolution for entering into a strict Association for Defence of the Protestant Religion, the Privilege of Parliament, and the Liberty and Property of the Subject; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; another desired by Lords; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Committee for the Safety of the Kingdom to prepare a Declaration and Association; Committee of both Houses to acquaint the City with the Necessity thereof, 20 Oct. Declaration read, debated Clause by Clause, and agreed to; Form of the Oath of Association read, and re-committed to another Committee; Reported, 24. To be considered, 24 & 28.-Members for Nerfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, and Essex, to prepare an Association for those Counties, 26 Nov. Order of the Association read, 28.-Read again, and agreed to, 10 Dec. Instructions read, and agreed to, 15. Lords Concurrence signified, 20.-Association for Kent, Surrey, and Sussex, ordered; Earl of Northumberland to be nominated to have the chief Command, 28 Nov.-Ordinance, Instructions thereupon, and Votes of the Committee, read, 21 Feb. Debate thereon returned; Ordinance and Instructions re-committed, 23.--King's Proclamation, prohibiting the Association, read; Resolution thereupon; Conference desired; agreed to; Managers appointed, Conference held, and reported; Committee of both Houses to prepare Declaration for vindicating the Parliament from Aspersions contained therein, 2 Mar. Declaration reported, read, and agreed to; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed, 3.-Forces raised upon the Association to be drawn into a Body, 21 Jan.- Association for Gloucester, Somerset, and Wilts, read, and approved; Form to be prepared, 28 Nov.-for Bucks, Bedford, Northamptonshire, &c. sent to Lords, 3 Dec. Conference desired by them thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 6. Reported; Association to be considered, 8. Considered, and referred to a Committee, 9. Conference desired with Lords; agreed to; Managers appointed, 15. Hertfordshire to be added, 19.-for Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Coventry, and Litchfield, read, and agreed to, 29 Dec.- Committees added, 2 Feb. Shropshire to be added; Sir John Corbett to command the Forces thereof, 16.-for Lincolnshire read, and agreed to, 9 Jan.

Aston,
-, Wm. Vicar of Painswick, 1641, his Case reported; voted unfit to hold any Benefice in the Church; Case to be transmitted to Lords, 12 May.
-, John, 1641. Vide Privileges
-, Sir Thomas, 1641, to be summoned to attend a Committee, 18 June. Vide Privileges-To have notice to attend the Committee for the Customers, 9 Dec.
-, 1642, to be sent for by Serjeant, 9 June.-5 & 11 July.-Impeached of High Treason, 27 Feb. Vide Cholmley, Sir Rob.
-, Edw. 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Adventurers, 14 Sept.

Astwick,
-, Tho. 1641, to deliver Arms in his House to the Mayor of Pomfret, 2 Feb.

Atkins,
-, Captain Sydney, 1642, to be delivered into Serjeant's Custody; Witness examined; to be cashiered from any Command in the Army; Order for his Commitment to the King's Bench, 8 Oct.

Atkinson,
-, Tho. 1642, Lord Chief Justice to be moved to grant Habeas Corpus, without Fee, to remove him from York Gaol, 4 Oct.
-, Tho. King's Coachman, 1642, Petition; Order for satisfying him out of Moneys for the Prince's Houshold, 13 Oct.
-, Francis, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 29 Oct.
-, Captain, 1642, committed to Lord Petre's House, 2 Jan.

Attorney,
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges.-A Committee to prepare Bill for exemplary Punishment of him, for exhibiting false and scandalous Articles against Lord Kimbolton and Five Members, 22 Feb. Bill read, 24.

Attye,
-, Charles, 1642, his Creditors to have Ordinance for Moneys upon the public Faith, 11 Feb.

Auditors
-, of the Revenue, 1641, Petition of their Clerks referred to the Committee for the King's Army, 31 July.

Audley,
-, Lady Anne, 1642, Petition; has Licence to transport herself to France, 8 Sept.

Augier,
-, Rene, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 16 Sept.

Austria,
-, House of, 1642, Information concerning Propositions made to them, to be considered, 17 June. Disavowed by the House, 27.

Awdesley,
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges.

Awdley,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 23 Dec.

Axholme,
-, Isle of, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants read; Petitioners to be heard by a Committee, 12 July. Vide Vermeuden.

Aylemore,
-, Rob. and Samuel Diglett, 1642, to have Liberty to transport Fullers Earth from Rochester to Essex and Suffolk, 14 June.

Aylesbury,
-, 1642, Letter from Committees; Examinations of several Persons; Petition from Herts, and King's Answer, read; Parties committed to London House, 16 Jan.

Aylett,
-, Wm. 1640. Vide Privileges.

Ayloffe,
-, Sir Ben. High Sheriff of Essex, 1642, to bring in his Patent, and not execute any thing thereupon, 1 Dec. Presents it; Order for his further Attendance, 5.-To be summoned, 23 Jan. Examined, and committed to the Tower; Persons to be thanked for bringing him up, 24. His Horse to be sent to Lord General, 26.-To bring in his new Commission, and not execute any thing thereupon, 28. Business concerning him referred to a Committee, 13 Feb.-His Horses, sit for Service, to be sent to Lord General, 23.