-, a Committee to peruse Clerks Notes of such as
have taken them, 25 Apr.
-, Walter, Collector for Ship-money; Petition concerning
his Commitment for not paying more than he had received;
Resolution thereupon, 30 Apr.
-, Dr. desired to preach, 23 Apr.
-, of last Parliament to stand, 16 Apr.-Dispensed with,
-, High Sheriff of, Petition against him read, and referred
to a Committee; other Petitions read and referred, 24 Apr.
-, 1641, a Committee to Consider the Statute for
taking them, 4 Nov. Committees added, 9.-Lords to be
moved at a Conference, that the Servants of the Royal Family
may take them, 10.-to be moved for a Commission to some
Lords to tender them, 13.-Message to be sent to Lords,
desiring them to consider of a Commission for that Purpose,
31 Dec.-Sent; their Answer, 3 Jan.
-, 1642, a Committee to consider thereof, and of the
Manner of tendering them, 3 Jan.
-, 1641, Bill to render Members, refusing the Oaths, incapable of sitting or voting in Parliament; ordered, 30
-, Martin, 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, Trelagh, 1642, Petition referred to Lord Admiral, 29
-, 1640, Bill to prevent Inconveniencies thereby read,
-, Owen, 1641, Reward voted him for discovering the
Irish Rebellion; a Committee of both Houses to take his Examination, 1 Nov. A select Committee to prepare Interrogatories; their Report, 2. His Examination upon Oath, reported, 3. Order for Payment of the Reward, 6.-Member to recommend him to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland for the
Command of a Troop of Dragoons, 29 Dec.-Report of
Message delivered, and no Answer received; other Members to require a speedy Answer; Answer reported, 31.
-, 1642, Arrears of his Annuity to be paid to Assigns; a
Committee to value the accruing Annuity, 15 July.-Has
Leave to underwrite 1,200 l. as Money adventured for Ireland, 18.-Order for that Purpose, 27 Aug.-His Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 1 Mar.
-, Wm. an Irish Priest, 1640, Motion touching a Complaint against him, 11 Nov. His Tryal to be stayed till further Order; Judges Answer reported, 12.-Business concerning him referred to Secretary Windebank's Committee, 1
Jan. Examinations concerning him to be delivered to the
Committee for the Charge against Earl of Strafford; Lords to
be desired to proceed to his Tryal, 26.
-, 1641, Judges to be desired to proceed according to their
former Intention, 19 May.-To set a Witness against him
at Liberty, 17 June.
-, 1642, a Committee to send to them about a Loan, 29
-, Sir John, 1641, to pay the Rate of Poll-money double,
23 Dec.-His Petition referred to the Committee for Poll-money, 20 Jan.-To pay 5 l. more than he has paid, and
be discharged, 2 Feb.
-, Captain Thomas, 1641. Vide Privileges. Petition read,
and referred to a Committee, 26 May.-Information of reviling Words to Mr. Gervase Hollis; to come to Bar as a Delinquent; examined thereupon; a Committee to consider the
Information, and upon what Occasion the Words were spoken,
-, 1642, Letter to him concerning a Petition walking in
Northumberland, 29 Mar. Vide Northumberland.-His
Letter to Sir Nicolas Crisp read, referred to a Committee, and
to be printed; Examination of the Messenger referred, 24 Feb.
-, Sir Wm. 1642, approved of to be Colonel of a Regiment in Ireland, 23 Apr.-Has Leave to repair to his Command without vacating his Seat, 2 May.-Order for Payment of his Arrears, 30 July.-Letter about his being appointed to Negociate the Affairs of Munster, 23 Aug. To be
thanked, 24.-Order for coining Plate to be procured by
him, 25 Oct.-for Payment of his Arrears, 10 Sept. Agreed
to by Lords, 13.
-, Mr. Gerard, 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Henry, 1642, Lord Chief Justice to grant Habeas Corpus for removing him from Newcastle Gaol, 7 Mar.
-, Captain, 1642, committed close Prisoner to Lord Petre's
House, 23 Jan.-To be removed to Plymouth, 13 Mar.
-, Lieutenant Geo. 1641, to be summoned to attend forthwith; Message to be sent to Lords, desiring he may be examined upon Oath concerning Lord Digby, 17 Feb.
-, 1640, Petition of the Mayor and Burgesses, referred to the Committee of Privileges, 12 Dec.
-, Mr. 1642, to be brought in safe Custody, 14 Mar.
-, St. Southwark, 1642, Petition referred to the Two
next Justices, 14 Apr.-Another read; Churchwardens to
be kept in till Election determined by House; Petition referred
to a Committee, 24 May.-Another referred, 30 July.
-, St. Hart-street, 1642, Petition of Parishioners; Lecturer appointed, 18 Jan.
-, Widow, 1642, Order for allowing her 10 l. out of the
Contribution-money, 12 Jan.
-, Daniel, 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, upon
Suspicion of high Treason, 14 June.-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.-A Committee to prepare Heads for a Charge against him, 28.-
Committed to the Gatehouse; Examination referred to a Committee, 20 Oct.-Order for his answering to Interrogatories
notwithstanding the Act of Oblivion, 12 Nov.-His Examination before Lords Committees, and Petition, read; Order
for a weekly Maintenance for him, 17.-Report of the
Design fixed upon him; Oneale brought to Bar; Resolutions
about him; Business re-committed, 4 Dec. Further Report;
Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; a Committee to consider of a fit Manner to proceed against him, 6.
Report to be made, 14.-Resolution for proceeding against
him by Impeachment; Impeachment read, and re-committed, 17. Reported, read, and to be ingrossed; Impeachment
sent to Lords, 18. Ingrossed Articles read; Conference to be
desired with Lords concerning them; Manager appointed-
Message to Lords, desiring a Committee of the House may
have Leave to examine him; assented to, 23.-Messenger appointed to desire Conference with Lords concerning his Impeachment, 31.-Message to Lords, desiring he may be
examined by Members of the House, upon Information given
to a Committee that he had sent a Letter to Lord Dig by; a
Committee to examine him, 24 Jan. Sub-committee made a
Committee, 25. Message to be sent to Lords for taking off
the close Restraint, 26. Sent; Answer thereto, 27.
-, 1642, Articles to be sent to Lords, 26 Mar.-His
Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Charge
against him, 12 Apr.-House informed he is escaped out of
the Tower; Persons examined thereupon; a Committee to
inquire into the Circumstances of his Escape; Persons to be
forthwith summoned to attend, and come with the Messenger;
Lords to be moved that the Ports may be stopped, and for
Proclamation for apprehending him; their Answer, 6 May.-
House informed of a Person apprehended at Ipswich, upon Suspicion; Lieutenant of the Tower to send for him up, 12.-Report concerning the Escape to be made, 12 & 13. Made,
17.-Person stopped upon Suspicion, to be released, 20
-, Sir Phelim, 1641, printing a Pamphlet, intituled, his
Declaration, referred to the Committee for Printing, 8 Mar.
-, Prince of, 1642, Letter of Credit to Mr. Strickland,
enabling him to communicate a Declaration to him; agreed to
by Lords, 14 Dec.
-, 1640, of last Parliament to be viewed by a Committee, 6
Nov.-Against Members going out of the House-relating to
the Manner of receiving Messages, 11.-For keeping the outward Room clear, and locking the Outward Door, 11 & 24.
-Relating to the Manner of Members going out of the
House with a Message to Lords, 25.-Against keeping Places
for Members not at Prayers, 26.-Relating to making new
Motions-to taking Places, and not removing out of them-
to speaking loud, 4 Dec.-Relating to the Second Reading of
Bills, 5.-Touching Leave of Absence, 12.-For clearing
the Committee Rooms, 8 Jan.-18 Feb.-Relating to
the Time of moving for Leave of Absence, 10 Mar.-
Against receiving Petitions for a certain Time, 3 & 20 Mar.
-, 1641, Order for locking the Doors, and bringing up the
Key, 10 Apr.-2 Mar.- Touching Fines to be paid by
Members for late Attendance, 1 May.-Touching the Attendance of Members in or about Town-touching their disturbing
the House, 5.-Touching the Time for Motions to renew
Committees, 5 June.-For Members to go into the Country
soon after Leave, 18.-For keeping the House clean, 24.-
-Touching the Time for granting Leave of Absence-
Touching going to Conferences in a disorderly Manner, 20
July.-Touching the Time for moving for passing public
Bills, 26.-Touching the Time for Meeting and Sitting of
House, 25 Oct.-Against stopping the Passage in Prayertime, 17 Nov.-Touching Members gone up to Lords before Speaker, 14 Dec.-For clearing the outward Rooms of all
but Members Servants, 5 Jan.-For putting another Lock upon the Door under the Stairs, 12.-Against Members standing
in the Passage, 15.-For keeping their Seats, 27.-Against
Footmen standing on the Stairs, 28.-Touching the Time
for asking Leave of Absence, 18 Feb.-Against Members
going out without Leave-about the Time of Meeting of
House, and Sitting of Committees, 18 Mar.-About the Time
for making Motions, 23.
-, 1642, Order about the Time of Sitting and Rising of the
House, 15 Apr.-30 Jan.-For sining Members absent at
Eight o'Clock, 19 Apr.-For Speaker to acquaint House
every Morning with the Orders of the Day, 9 May.-For Chairmen of public Committees to demand the Attendance of private Committees, 11.-Against Members going out without
Leave, 14, 19. & 26.-Touching Members absent without Leave, 1 Sept.-For Attendance of Members, 16.-
About the Time of Sitting of Committees, 2 Mar.-A
Committee to prepare Order for publishing Orders, 24 May.
-Order for that Purpose, 1 Aug.-Conference desired by
Lords concerning Persons employed in executing Orders;
agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 23.
-, 1642, vacated, 18 Apr.-20 Aug.-8 Dec.-To
be set up at the Door, 28 May.-Discharged, 1 & 9 July.
-Renewed, 8.-Respited, 13 & 14.-Suspended, 30.-
Revoked, 31 Aug.-7 Sept.-29 Dec.
-, Standing, 1640, touching Divisions of the House, 10
-, 1641, for breaking up Committees sitting, when Notice
given of the Sitting of House, 28 June.
-, 1641, Conference desired by Lords concerning the
Office of Ordnance; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 28 Aug. Reported; Report to be considered, 30.
-Patent for making Ordnance referred to a Committee, 3
Nov.-several Officers to be summoned to appear; Members to carry the Order, and examine the Stores, 13 Jan.-
Message to Lords concerning Ordnance at Foxhall; their
-, 1642, Ordnance stayed by Order of House, to be discharged, 12 July.-Officers of Ordnance to deliver Keys to
Persons appointed by the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 20 Aug.-Members to search for a Piece of Ordnance in
a private House, 26.-Order for Officers of Ordnance inlarged to Officers of the Armoury, 2 Sept. Order about Ordnance removed to Tower-hill, 29.-Business of transporting
and alienating Ordnance, referred to the Commissioners of Admiralty, 18 Oct.-The Committee for Safety of the Kingdom
to consider what is due to Labourers and Messenger, 28 Feb.
-, Earl of, 1642, Speaker to write a Letter of Thanks to
him for his Service; Members to prepare it, 2 Apr.-Member to prepare another Letter in Acknowledgment of his Service
against the Rebels, 2 May. His Letter concerning Misreports he conceives he suffers under; Member to prepare Answer, assuring him to the contrary; Order for laying out 500 l.
in a Jewel to be presented to him; Lords to be moved to join
in beseeching the King to make him Knight of the Garter, 4.
-His Answer to Speaker's Letter read, and to be printed,
13.-The Committee for providing the Jewel to meet, and
consider of the Payment, 13 July. Order for sending it, 15
& 19. Letter to be sent with the Jewel, read, and agreed to,
19.-Order for paying 620 l. to the Jeweller, 22 July.-
8 Aug.-Letter to him from Commissioners for Irish Affairs,
read, agreed to, and to be sent, 25.
-, Mr. 1642, to be apprehended as a Delinquent; 13
Dec. Message from Lord Mayor touching bailing him; Order for his remaining in Prison, 14.
-, Sir Edw. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 26
Apr.-His Letter to Earl of Cumberland, read, and to be
printed, 17 Nov.
-, Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Aug.
-, Edw. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 23 Nov.
-, Fra. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 6 Aug.
-, Cornet, 1642, committed to London House, 9 Jan.
-, Mr. Cash-keeper to Tin Farmers, 1642, to be summoned in safe Custody, 16 Jan. Order for seizing the Residue
of Moneys in his Hands, for retaining Part, not being the
Moneys of Tin-farmers, and for his Discharge, 17.
-, Tho. 1641, Petition read, 3 Nov.
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended,
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, Captain, 1641, approved to be Captain in the Navy,
-, Dr. 1642, to be summoned to attend a Committee, 20
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 26 Jan.
-, City, 1640, new Writ, 18 Nov.
-, 1641, Letters concerning the State thereof, read, 6
Sept.-Order prohibiting any Intercourse between that City
and London, 21 Dec.-Intercepted Letter from thence
read; Part thereof referred to the Scots Commissioners, 11
Jan.-Houses to be searched for Arms, 14.-Lords to be desired to join in prohibiting Persons to go thither without Leave,
16.-Ordinance for staying Waggons, 17.
-, Countess Dowager of, and Daughter, 1642, take Oaths,
20 May.-To have Warrant to go to Holland with Six
Servants, 11 Aug.
-, Bishop of, 1641, Resolution for impeaching him of High
Treason, 31 Dec.
-, 1642, Order for allowing him 100 l. per Annum, 6 Apr.
-, Castle, 1642, Petition of Prisoners to be printed, 14
-, University, 1641, Petition of Masters and Fellows;
Order thereupon, 28 June.-Vicechancellor's Oration concerning the Decay of Learning, referred to the Committee for
Printing, 23 July.
-, 1642, Letter concerning lending College Plate to the
King, read; Order for stopping it, 12 Aug. Agreed to by
Lords, 13.-Fellows of Colleges not be damnisied by
their Absence, 1 Feb.-Plate from thence to be melted
-, County, 1641, Petition of Knights, &c. read; Speaker's
Answer to Persons who brought it; another Petition to Lords
read, and approved-Lord Viscount Say and Seale appointed
Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-House informed he will send the
Names of his Deputies, 18 Mar. Deputies approved; another to be recommended, 19.-Letter, with a Copy of a Petition, laying Imputations upon a former Petition; Sir Wm.
Waller to be summoned to appear, 8 Mar. Vide Waller
Sir Wm.-Commission for bounding the Forests in the county
to be sent with a Declaration about adjourning the Execution
-, 1642, Deputy Lieutenant approved, 26 May.-Lords
to be desired that Lord Lieutenant may take care of the Preservation of the Peace of the County-Letter to Committees
read, and to be sent-the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to prepare Declaration to prevent the intended Meeting,
13 Aug.-Order for Indemnity of Sheriffs for not publishing a
Proclamation concerning the Earl of Essex, 18.-Sheriff to
have Warrant for conveying Arms to his House-Order for
preserving the Peace of the County, 1 Sept. Sent to Lords,
3.-Instructions to Committees read, and agreed to; Lords
Concurrence to be desired, 13.-Order for adjourning the
Execution of the Commission touching the Bounds of the