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PARLIAMENTARY 



C ONSTITUTIONAL 



Hiftory of England. 



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JfJoTS; B B I E S, when fupprcflcd in England 
H 7m ABBOT, George, Abp. of Cant, his 
AVt* Speech to King Janus I. on the 
k.J3T"t Spani/b Match and Palutinatt. — 
in Behalf of both Houfea of Par- 
liament. — — — i 
Hi) Report to the Lords of a Complaint againft 
Samuel Harfntt, Bifliop of Norwich. — 

— Speech on the Liberty of the Subject. — 

— Admonition to Dr. Manutaring at his Trial 

before the Lords, -■■ — 

ABSOLUTION given by Cardinal Pelt to the 
Parliament, Anno 1554, Form of. — 

ABSTRACT of an Ad) concerning the Choice of 
Members to fcrve in Parliament. — — 

ABSTRACTS of the moll remarkable Afls of 
the Houfe of Commons, paffed An. 1652. 

ACADEMY, propofed to the.Houfe of Lords, 
for Perfons of Quality. * — 

ACT of the Houfe of Commons againft pro- 
claiming any Perfon as King of England, 
Form of. - ■ ■ - . — 

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ACTON, Bfq; Sheriff of 'London, fummoned 

to the Bar of the Houfc of Lords as a 
Delinquent. — — 

— His Anfwcr to the Accufation againft him. 

— Committed to the Tower. ■ 

— His Submiffion and Discharge. — — — 
ACTON-BURNEL, Statutt of, when enacted 

ADAMS, Thomas, Efo; Alderman of London, im- 
peached by the Commons of High Treafon. 
Charge againft him. ■ ■ •■ 

His Behaviour at his Trial, and the Proceedings 

againft him, Account of. ■ ■ • 

— - Paper, difavowing the Authority of the Peers 
over his Perfon. n ■ ■ , 

Discharged from Profccution. 

Difabled from bearing the Office of Alderman 
in the City of London, — — — — 
ADJOURNMENT of Parliament different from 
x Prorogation, and bow. ■ 

Form of. . - - - ■■■ - - 

ADVICE from the Council of War in the Par- 
liament's Forces, to Sir Thomas Fairfax 

ADULTERY, Debate thereon by the Commons. 

How punithed by them in 1650. ■■ 

AGATIS CIRCUMSPECTE, Statutt of, when 

enacted by the Parliament. — 

AGINCOURT, when taken by the Engtijh. — 

AGITATORS, who meant by them ; what their 

Employment ; and by whom let on Foot. 

Their firft Confutation* Effect of. 

Deliver to General Skippon a Letter! exclaiming 
agai n ft the Parliament. — — - ■-— 
Their Anfwer to fome Queries of the Com- 
mons concerning it. ■■■ — — — 
AIRMYN, Sir miliam, appointed one of the 
Parliament's Commiffioners to attend the 
King in Scotland, — ■ 
And to treat with the Scots about the Irtjb Re- 
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ALBANS, St. Town of, Battle there, An. 1455. 
---- ---- An. 1461. 

ALDERMAN, antient Meaning of. - - - 

ALDERMEN, Lift of, disfranchifed at York by 

an Ordinance of Parliament - - - - 

ALEXANDER King of Scotland, his Interview 

with King Henry HI. at York, - 

Occafion thereof. — — 

His remarkable Anfwer to Ottoboni, the Pope's 

Legate. — ■ 

ALFORD, , Efyi his Speech on fbme Pro 

petitions of King Charlts I. for a Supply. 

— againft the Lords Addition to the Petition of 

ALIMONY of Wives, Debate thereon by the 
Commons. ■ ■ — .__ 

ALLEGIANCE, Nature of, as ftated by a fe- 
ditious Paper. -■ — ■■ - - - 

ALLINGTON, mBiam, Efq; chofen Speaker 
to the Commons in 1429. — ■ — 

m 1477. 

ALPHONSUS, King efCaftile, his Alliance with 

the Crown of England, Account of. 
ALUREDj Colonel, his Services to the Common- 
wealth, how rewarded by the Houfe of 
Commons. 1 ■■ 

AMSTERDAM, Informations from thence of 
Officers and Arms embarking in Holland, I 
for the Ufe of King Charles at Tori. 
ANATHEMA pronounced againft the Violators 

of Magna Charta, Form of. 

ANABAPTISTS, Se£l of, whence fprung. 

ANDERSON, Sir Edmund, how employed at the 

Parliament in 1587. ■ — — . — 

ANNATES, what thereby meant. - - - - 

When prohibited in England. - 
ANNIVERSARIES, Explanation of. - - - 
ANN of Cleve, marries King Henry VIII. 
Obtains a Jointure by the Parliament. 
Divorced from the King by a Sentence of the 

Clergy. 

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ANSELM, Abp. of Cant. Prolocutor to the Pre- 
lates arid Nobles at their Convention in 

ANSWER of an anonymous Writer to the Com- 
mons Declaration againft making any 
further Addrefs to the King. - - - 17 

APPAREL, Luxury in, how retrained in 1362. 
Surprising Account oftheExccfs thereof in 1388. 

. . in 1575. 

APPEAL, Caufes of, when firft tried at the Bar of 

theHoufe of Lords. ■ 

APPEALS, to the See of Rome, prohibited by Aft 

of Parliament, Anna 1534. — 

How ordered to be made for the future. 
APPELLANTS, who meant by that Name. 

Lift of. — 

Their Proteftatton touching their Appeal. 

— — Service to the Country, how rewarded by 

the Parliament. 

In what Manner fupported by them. 

Their Articles of Impeachment againft the Abp. 

of York, the Duke of Ireland, the Earl of 

Sufoii, the Judges, &e. — 

■ Proceedings thereupon. — — 

Lift of, at a Council of Peers at Nottingbi 

in 1397. — 

Their Articles of Impeachment againft the 

Duke of Glouct/itr, the Earls of Arundel 

and Warwick, and Thomai Mortimer. 

' ■ ■ Proceedings thereupon. ■ ■ 

— - Promotions, Account of. ■ 

1 ■ Declaration to the King concerning the 

late attainted Lords. ■ 

-- — Expences allowed them, at the Inftance of 

the Commons. ■■■ — 

APPROPRIATIONS, Statute of, when firft 

afied, -and the Advantage thereof to the 

Clersv. 

APPRENTICES, in London, their Speech and 

Petition to the Houfe of Peers concerning 

a Regulation in the Stale, (sV, — it 



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APPRENTICES, in Lend™, their riotous Beha- 
viour before the Houfe of Commons, Ac- 
count of. ' ■■ — — 
Their Force put on the Parliament, Particulars of. 

APULIA, Ttrr'ttorj ef, offered by the Pope to 
Prince Edmund II. Son of Kins Henry III. 

ARCHER, Mr. Strjtant> made Juftice of the 
Common Pleas, ■ — 

ARCHERY, Ufiof, when commanded by an AS 
of Parliament. ■ 

ARGYLE, Marquis of .—Ste Campbell. 

ARMADA prepared by Philip II. King of Spain, 
to invade England, fome Account of. 

ARMOUR, Debate thereon by the Commons 

ArlNLY,uxdtr SirTbomas Fairfax, Reafons againft 
its being quartered in the Counties near 

Their Petition concerning their Want of Pay. 
— Reprefentation of their Defires fignified to 
the Parliament. — _ ■■■■■■ 

Rcfolutions of the Peers concerning it. 

• of the Parliament for dilbanding it. 



Great Diforders therein, fome Particulars of. 
Difpaicb a Party of Horfe to Holdmby- Houfe 
Take the King from thence, and carry him away 

to Ntwmarktt. ■ - ■ ■ 

Votes of Parliament paned for their Satisfaction. 

Particulars of. 

Their formidable Power and Authority, Account 

1 Engagement, declaring their Refoh 

as to Difbanding. ■ i 

— — Letter to the City of Londtn, touching 
their Demands on the Parliament. 

Lift of, who ftgned it. ■■ . ■ — — 

Their March to St. /flbans, Account of. 

— — Reafons for this Morion. ■ 

— Reprefentation of their Defires for the 
Settlement of Peace previous toDifbanding. 

■ ■ Lift of Members of the Houfe of Com- 
mons, objected to. 

h — Heads of a Charge againft them. - - - 
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ARMY, their Paper in Confluence of their Charge j 

againft the Eleven Members. — — ' 

■Votes of the Commons in their Favour, and in 

what Particulars. 

Their Remonttrance to the Parliament on the 
S ate of Affairs. — ..- —— 

■■ ' ■ Letters to the City of London on this Oc- 
cafion. — ^— ■ 

— ■ Principal End in charging the Eleven 

Members with Treafon, Account of. 

■ Conccflions to the King, with relation to 
his Chaplains. — 

— — Letter, concerning their Motions. 

■ Declaration, concerning their Demands 
on the Parliament. — — 

■ Paper, lignifying their Acceptance of the 
Parliament's Proceedings. 

■ Declaration againft the Report of a pri- 
vate Treaty between the King and them 
in 1647. ■ ■ ■ . ■ ■■■ 

— Conduct towards him about that Time, 
Account of. — — ■ 

1 Charge of Impeachment againft the Ele- 
ven Members. ■ ■ 

■ Further Propofals to the Parliament. 

— ■■ Refentment againft a Petition and En- 

gagement of the Trained Bands, Appr 

tiers, fife, of London, for the King's coming 

to the City with Honour, fife. ■■■■---- 

•— Infult offered to the Earl of Lauderdale-, 

one of the Scots Commiffioners. 
«i Declaration concerning Tumults, 
■— Heads of fome further Propofals in order 

for Peace. - 

. Declaration, fetting forth the Reafons for 

their marching towards London. — 

Encamp on Hounjlow- Heatb. — — 

March through the City with Laurel in their 

Their Remonttrance, in Vindication of all their 
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ARMY, their Method to enforce their Remon- 
{trance's Acceptance with the Parliament. 
Their principal Aim in profecuting the Eleven 

Members. ■■ — — ■ 

——•'Petition to Sir Thomas Fairfax, concern- 
ing their Indemnity, Arrears, &c. — 

— Remonftrance, demanding prefent Pay. 
— — Declaration againft an intended Ordinance 

for taking away Free Quarter. — — 
--■ '■■ — - — for adhering to the Parliament 
in their Proceedings ugainft the King. 

— ■ — ■■■• for fupporting the Peerage. 

How complimented for this laft Declaration. 

State and Difpofition of, in May 1648. 

Theii Remonftrance to the Houfe of Commons 

againft a Treaty with the King, and de- 
manding Juftice upon him. ■ 
— — Letter to Col. Hammond, requiring him 
to lecture the King in Cariflmakt-Cafih. 

— ■ Concerning their Remonftrance 
for Juftice upon the King. ■ 

— Remonftrance, fetting forth their Re/blu- 
tion to inarch up to London. ... 

— — March to London, Account of. 

Removal of the King from Ntwport to 

Hurfl-CoftU. ■ 1 — - — 18 

How actuated by the Jcfuiti, Particulars of. 18 

Their Refentment on Account of the' Votes of 
both Houfes in Favour of the Treaty. 

• — Seizure and Ufage of their Opponents in 
the Houfe of Commons on this Occafion. 
■ Propofals for accufing Dirndl Hellis, Efq; 
and others, of Faction, &c. > 

— — Treaty with a Committee of the Houfe of 
Commons about the Difcharge of the im- 
prifoned Members. — — 

— — further Proceedings relating to thofe Gen- 
tlemen. — — — ■■ - 

— - Petition to the Houfe of Commons con- 
cerning a general Settlement of Peace in 
the Nation. 



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ARMY, their Plan for a general Settlement of 

Peace in the Nation. — — — — 18 519/0536 
How complimented by the Commons on this 

Occafion. . - . .■ ■ 18 536 

Their Declaration to the Kingdom relating to 

their Plan of Settlement. ■■ 18 537*0541 

Monthly Charge thereof, Ann* 1650. — 19 254 

Augmented by the Commons, and on what Oc- 

Their Declaration, addrefled to the Elect Saints 
in Scotland, upon their March to invade 
that Kingdom. — — — 

— .— to the People of Sc*t land in 

general — — — 

— — prodigious Expence in 1651, Account of. 

— — Petition againftCrumuY/Z'sbeingmadeKing 

— Decliration to fupport him as Protector. 
■ Addrefs to Richard Cremwtti on his.Ac- 

ceffion to the Protectorate. — — 

■ ■ ■ Divifions among the Officers, Ibme Ac- 

count of. — — — 

■ Petition to the Protestor, concerning their 
Want of Pay. — <~ 

Make themfelves Mailers of the Kingdom. 
Their Coalition with ihe Republican Party. 

— ■ ■ Demands and Proceedings thereupon. 

■ Declaration, inviting the Members of the 
Long Parliament to return to the Exercifc 
of their Trull. — r— — - 

■ Proceedings with the Republican Party 
for opening a new Seflion of Parliament. 

— — Petition to the Parliament for fettling the 
Government of the Commonwealth. 

— — Refentment on the Choice ofanew Coun- 
cil of State. ■ — 

■ ■-- Petition and Propofals to the Parliament 

concerning Government. -1- — 

How anfwered. — ? 

Lift of their Officers difcharged from all Mili- 
tary Employment. ■ — ... , 
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ARMY, their violent Proceedings in Confequencc 
of their being ordered to be governed by 
Commiffioners. — — - — 

Take upon themfelves the Supreme Power. 
Appoint General FUttweod their Commander in 

Chief. — — — i 

Their Treatment of the Officers who appeared 
againft them for the Parliament. ■ 

■ Council of Ten, Lift of. — 

Appoint Col. Lambert Major-General of the 
Forces in England and Scotland. — 
TbeirCommitteefornominatingOJBcers,Liftof. 
Conftjtute a Committee of Safety. ■ 
Their Manner of applying to the Members 
thereof to undertake that Trail. — — 
■ Vote concerning the Election of Mem- 
bers to fit in Parliament. — 

Permit the difcarded Members to afliime their 
Seats in the Houfc, -■— — . 

ARRAY a Ctmmiffun of, by whom, granted, and 
for what. . ■ — — — 

ARTICLES of a pretended private Treaty be 
tween the King and the Army in 1647 
Particulars of. — ■ ■ 

Of Faith, with Scripture Proofs, prefented to 
the King in the IJIe of Wight, by the Par- 
liament a Commiffioners, Particulars of. 
Different from thofc now received, and how. 
For the Government of the Commonwealth as 
fettled by Gen. Cromwell and his Council 
in 1653, Particulars of. — ■ 

ARUNDEL, Earl of. See Howard. 
ARUNDEL, Thomat, Bijbop of Elf, one of the 
Committee appointed to furvey the Go- 
vernment of the Peribn and Court of King 
Richard II. < ■■ 1 

His Application to the King in Behalf of Hinry 
Sptncer, Btthop of Norwich. — - ■ ■ 
How oppofed therein. — ■ 

Hit finart Reply. ■ . . . .— 

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ration to the Pari iaint fit in 1 388, touching 

the Caufe of their Summons. - 

Removed from the Office of Chancellor. — 
Tranflated to the See of T«rk t and again made 

■ Chancellot*of England. — . ■ — 

His Declaration to the Parliament concerning 
•' the Caufe of their Summons in 1392. — 

-i. : : : in 1393. — 

i_i* in 1394. — 

Made ArchbUnop" of Canterbury. — 

Impeached of High Treafon by the Commons. 

Charge againft him. _ 

His Anlwer before the King. ■ 

— Sentence of BanUhment, Particulars of. — : 

— fecret Expedition \o Htnry of Bullingbrokt, 
- Duke of Lemafter, In France. • 

'. — Return to' England with the Duke. — ■ ■ 
•— Speech to the Parliament in 1399, concern- 
ing the Depofition of the King. - 

*— Speech on the Acceffion of the Duke of Lan- 

tttfter tothe'Thfdne. 

11 . , ■ to the new King, concerning the 
'- - Plots of the Commons againft the Clergy. 

— Reprimand to that Houfe. — —. 2 

Made Chancellor again. — ■ ■■ — : 2 
His Speech to the Parliament in 1407. 2 

■ — Power of vifiting the Univerfity of Oxford 

confirmed by Parliament. • 1 2 

ASCHAM, Mr. appointed the Parliament's Agent | 

to Spain. ■ ' ■■ ' - ~ — 19 

Aflaffinated at Madrid. '19 

ASHE, Mr. his Cenfure of the Earl of Warwick'* 

Conduct, in relation to foine revolted Ships. 

ASHBURNHAM, Wm. Efy; his Speech againft 

the Duke of 'Buckingham. — - 

Committed to Prilbrt for being concerned in a 

Plot againft "the 'Parliament. 

Admitted' to Bail. — ' 

Order of the Commons concerning him. 9 

Debate about him, Particulars of, ■ - ■■ — ■ 9 



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ASHBURNHAM, Wm. Efq; expelled the Houfe 
of Commons. — — . ,...*— : 

Accompanies the King from Oxford to the Scots 

Army before Newark. — 14 

Demanded by the Commons to be deliveredjup. 14 

Makes his Elcapc. , , 14 

Hit Letter written in Cyphers to the King, 

deciphered. . 15 

ASHLEY, , Efq; his Speech at a Confe- 
rence of both Houfe* on the Liberty of 

the Subject. — 

Ordered into Cuftody on this Account. - 
Acknowledges hi* Fault at the Bar of the Houfe 
of Lords, and difcharged. — ■ " ■ ■ 

ASHTON, Sir Robert, made Chamberlain and 
Lord High Treafurerto King Edward IIL 
His Speech to the Parliament in 1377, concern- 
ing Papal Usurpations. — -.- ... — 
ASK£, Richard, Efq; appointed a Judge in the 

Upper Bench. ■ - ig 

ASSOCIATION eftablim'd by Parliament for the 
Surety of Queen Elizabeth. -■■■ - 

1 fcveral Counties for the Parliament 



again ft King Char Us I. 

ASTLEY, Sir Jacob, mi of tht King's Generals, 
his great Defeat by the Parliament's Forces. 
Particulars of. — 

ATHELMAR, EUa Bijhop of IVinchtfler, his 
Defcent and Alliance to King Henry III. 
Account of. - — ■— - - — 

Driven out of England by the Barons. 

ATKINSON, , Efq; Student of the Inner 

Temple, his Speech againft the Oath of 

Supremacy. — *-— • — 

His remarkable Expreffion on that Occafion. 

ATTORNIES, their Number, how limited by a 
Statute in the Counties of Norfolk, Suf- 
folk, and Norwich, -— • ■ 

ATJDLEY, Lord Hugh, junior, one of the Con- 
federate Lords againft the Defptnftrs. 
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AUDLEY, Lord Hugh, junior* created Earl of 

Glouccjltr. — 

His Application to the Parliament in Behalf of 

King Edward HI. ■ 

AUDLEY, Thomas, Efq; ele&ed Speaker to (he 
Commons in 1529. — — 

His Speech on that Occafion. — 

Knighted by King Henry Vlll. and made Lord- 
Chancellor. - 

His Speech at opening the Seffion of Parliament 
in 1537. _ 

— Reply to the Speech of Richard Rich, Efq; 

Speaker for the Commons. — — 

Opens the Parliament in 1540, with the Rea- 

fons of their Meeting. — — — 
— . — — in 154.1, to the fame Purpofe. 
His Speech to the Commons. — — — 

— Motion to the Houfe of Lords touching the 

Validity of the King's Marriage with Ann 
of Ctevt. 

— Speech at opening the Seffion of Parliament 

in 15+2. - — ■ 

AUGMENTATIONS, Court of, when firft 

erected, and by whom. < — — 

AUGUSTINE, St. Bijhop of Hippo, his extreme 

Poverty, Account of. — — ■ 

His Refignation of his Biflaoprick, and on what 

Occafion. — 

— memorable Saying thereupon. — 
AWARD of Lnoit King of France, between King 

Hinry III. and his Barons. w- — 
Againft the disinherited Barons in 1266. - - 
Between King Edward I. and the King of 

Franco in 1298, Particulars of. — — 
Againft the two Defptnfirt at the Parliament 

in 1321. 

AXTEL, Col. excepted out of the hSt of Indent 

nity at the Refloration. — -1- 

His Behaviour at the Trial of King Cherlet I. 
Order for Securing him, ■»■— — — 



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AYERMYN, William, BIJhop of Norwich, ap-l 
pointed one of the Cornmiffionera to treat 
with the French King about the Rcftitutioti 
of Aquitain. — — ■ ■■ ■■ 

AYSCOUGH,' Sir Georgt, Admiral, his Reduc- 
tion of the Plantations to the Obedience 
of the Houfe of Commons. - - 
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BACON, Lord, his Account of the Proceed' 

ings of the firft Parliament of Henry VII. 2 40307408 
His Account of the Statutes made at his fecond 

Parliament. — — 2 '419/* 423 

■ third Parliament. 2 426/0431 

— Obfervation on the King's Speech to his 

Parliament in 1492. — — — 2. 433,4,5 

— Account of the Proceedings of the Parlia- 

ment in 1505. — — — 2444/0447 

BACON, Sir Nicholas, Lord-Keeper of the Great 

Seal, his Speech at opening the firft Par- I 

liamentof Queen Elizabeth in 1558. 3 365/0374 

- — ■ ■ — in 1562. 42 to 7 

Made Lord-Chancellor. — — — 4 39 
Anfwer to the Speech of Thomas Williams, Efq; 

Speaker for the Commons. - - - - 4I49 to 52 
His Direction to the Parliament at their Seflion 

in 1566. 4 59 

— Speech at the Diflblution thereof. — ■ — 4 82, 3 

— — at Opening the Parliament in 1571. 4 87 to 94 

at theCiofe of that Seffion in 157I. 4 156/0164 

■ — at the Parliament in 1572. - - 4 166/9176 

— — — in 1575. - - 4 218/0226 

— Anfwer to a Speech of John Popham, Efqj 4 254 
BACON, Francis, Efq; his Speech for a Sub- J t 372, 3 

fidy. . . J 4 \ 3 fc 3> + 

_— . for the Increafe of Hufbandry. 4 414, 15 

on a Bill for fuppr effing Abufes 

in Weights and Meafures. — — 4 436, 7 

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againft Monopolies. 1 — J 

Made Lord -Chancellor. . ? ■ ■ . — — 

Accufed of Bribery and Corruption. - 
His Letter to the Lords concerning his Accufa- 

— Reply to a Mefiage from them — — 

— Letter of Submiffion. — ' ■ 

— Anfwers to the Charge againft him. - - 
Deprived of the Great Seal, ■ — 
His Sentence. — — ■ 

— Letter to King Jamts I. on that Occauon. 

Obtains his Pardon. . — — . 

His retired Life and Death, Account of. — 
Remarkable Saying of his to the Lord-Treafurcr 

Middle/ex. 

BADGER, Richard, examined at the Bar of the 

Houfe of Lords for printing Dr. Manwa- I 

ring's Sermons. — ■ . . 8 207 

BADBY, Thomas, convicted ofHerefy, and burnt. 2 115 
BADLESMOKE, Bartholomew, made Governor 

of Ledes-Ca/lle, in Kent. — — — I 167 
Joins the Confederate Barons againft the two 

Difptnfct, I 167 

His Affront offered to Queen Elizabeth in her 
Progrefs to Canterbury, and how refented 

by the King. — — 1 168 

Taken Prifoner at the Battle of Berougbridge, I 

and executed. ■ 1 168, 9 

BAGSHAW, Edward, Efq; his Speech on Na- 
tional Grievances. — — — 9 76 to 79 
BAILIFFS of Yarmouth, their Letter concerning 

the Prince of Pfaiei's appearing on board a I 
Fleet off that Port. — — — — 17 33S, 9 
SAINTON, Sir Edward, his Examination and 
Anfwer, touching his Charge againft Mr. 
Pjmme for indirect Practices. — — I2'38r, 2 
Vote of the Commons againft Sir Edward on 

- this Account. 1 2 382 

BAKER, $tr John, elefled Speaker for the Com- I 

mons in 1547. ■ — ■■■■ — | 3 221 

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BALDWIN, Robert, Complaint againft him for 

preaching falfe Doctrine. —■ •■» — t3 
Committed to Prifon- ■ .—— . — 13 

HU remarkable Letter concerning a Difpute 
with one Mr. Tutty. — . 1 3 

BALE, Sir Jtkm t Impeachment againft him, and 

on what Account, Particulars of. - • 1 1 
BALFOUR, Sir JVUliam, Lieutenant of the Tower* 
discharged from that Truft. — — — 
BALIOL, John, Lord of Galloway, one of the 
Competitors for the Crown of Scotland, 
on the Death of King Alexander. 
His Defcent, and indifputable Claim thereto. 
Declared King of Scotland by King Edward I. 
His Homage to that Monarch, — — — 
How affronted by him in open Parliament. 
His Refentment thereupon. — — — — 

— Grant to King Edward towards the .Ex- 

pences of his War againft Frame. - 

— Plot againft him. ■ — 

— Renunciation of his Oath and Allegiance. 

— Excufe for fo doing. — — ..- 

— Cornell with him. ■ ■■ ■ 
Deprived of his Kingdom. — — » . — — 
Forced into England. ■ — — 
His Reltraint and Ufage there. — — — 

BALIOL, Edward, made General of fome En- 
gtijb Forces againft Scotland. — — 
Occafioni a Revolution there. — — — 
Crowned King of Scotland, — 1 

Summoned by King Edward III. to the Parlia- 
ment at York in 1333. — — — 
His Rcafons for not obeying the Summons. 

— Homage to Edward as Sovereign Lord of 

Scotland. - — i — - ■ 

BAMPFIELD, Thomas, Efq; chofen Speaker for 

the Commons in 1658. ■ 

BANCROFT, Richard, Archbijbep of Canterbury, 

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Edward II. and the Scats. — . — — 

BANKS, , -Afr. his Speech againft feizing 

the Goods of a Parliament-Man, 

BANKES, Sir John, Lard Chief Juflict »f the 
Common- Picas, impeached of High Trca- 
fon b» the Common*, and why. 

BARBADOES, Ifland of, its Revolt from the 
Houfe of Commons. — 

BARDOLPH, Hugh, his Employments under 

Richard I. Account of. — — — 

When deprived of them. — — — — 

BAREBONE, Praifi-God, made Comptroller of 

the Office of Sequestrations. — — 

His Salary. 

BARNARDISTON, Sir Nathaniel, committed 
to Prifon for refuting a Loan to King 

CbarUtl. — _ — 

Releafed on the Calling a new Parliament. 

BARNES, Mr. Jojhua, his Account of the Regu- 
lations made by Parliament for the Secu- 
rity of the Realm in 1340. 

His Account of the Controverty between King 
Edward III. and John Slratferd, Arch- 
bifhop of Canterbury. ■ — — 

— — — of the Complaints of the Clergy to 

the King in 1341. ■ . 

_ . — — of the Commons Remonlirance 
againft Papal Encroachments. 

— Description of the King's profperous State 

in 1348. 

BARNET, BattU of, Anno 147 1. 

BARON, John, his Depofition againft the Lord 

Treafurer Middle/ex, as Mailer of the 

Wardrobe. ■— — 

BARON, who firft created in England. 

Antient Meaning of that Title, and how re- 

{trained oflater Years. — — — — 

BARONS, their Enfigns of Honour in Parliament. 

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BARONS, their Homage to King Henry I. and 

to his eldeft Son Prince William. — — 

Lift of, who were Witnefies to King Stephen's 

Charter, granted in 1136. - — • — 

Their Engagement to King Henry II. 

— — Expedition with King Richard I. againft 

the Saracens. — , — 

How charged by this King for Liberty of Tour- 
naments. - ' - — - 
Their Grant to King 'John at a Convention in 

— — Declaration in Defence of their Charter 

granted by King Henry I. — — — 
— ■ Cornell with him on the Score of their 

Liberties. — ■ — 

Obtain a Grant of Magna Charia, and Cbarta 

de Ferefta. — . 

Lift of, by whom the Royal Charter of Englijb 

Liberties was procured. . 

Their Conqueft over Lewis the Frtnch King's 

Meet King Henry III. at London in 1223. — 
Their Demand on that Occafion, - ■ 

Summoned to Northampton. — — — 

Their Grant to the King there. ■ 

How requited by him. ■ ..■ 

Summoned to Wtflminfler in 1225. • — 
Their Counfel and Aid requefted by the King. 
— — Anfwer. ■ — ■■■■— 

Obtain a Confirmation of their Liberties. - - 
Their Grant to the King concerning the Wards 

and Marriages of their Heirs. — — 
Summoned to Oxford in 1227. - — — — 
How treated there. ■ • • — 

Summoned to Weflminfier in 1232. —.-.... 

Their Grant of a general Aid required. — — 
——Anfwer. — -■ ■■■■ 

• Complaints againft Hubert dt Burgh the 

King's Prime Miniftcr. — — — 
Convened to Lambeth the fame Year. — — 
Their Grant to the King there. . . ■ — ■ 1 28 

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BARONS, their Wardfliips committed to Fo- 
reigners by the King. '— 

Bad Confequences thereof. — > 
Summoned to meet the King at Oxford in 1233. 
Their Refufal to attend. — — 

■ Reafon for it. ■ ■■■ — — 

Summoned to fPeftminftir foon after. — — 
Their Reafon for a fecond Refufal. .*— *- 

— — threatning Meffage to the King. — — 

How treated by him on that Account. ■ 

Meet the King at Wtfiminjler in 1 23+. — 

Their good Agreement there, Account of. 
Summoned to Mtrton in 1236. — —— 
Their Tranfactions there. ——— -■ — 
Convened to London in 1237. — ■■ ■ 
Their Grant of a Supply requefted. — 

— — fharp Anfwer to the King's Meffage foi 
that Purpofe. — — ■ — — 
How foothed by the King. — — 

Their Anfwer thereto. ■■ ■■ — — ■ 

Obtain a Confirmation of Magna Charts. — 
Their Grant to the King thereupon. — 

Meet him at ttrk. 

Occafion thereof. ■ ■■■ 

Summoned to Weflmlnjitr in 1237. — 

Their Grant to the King there. — — — 
Refent his Manner of fquandering it away. 
Their League againft him on that Occafion, 
and the Event thereof. -■-— ■■ 

Summoned to London in 1242. ■ 

Their Engagement thereupon. — — 

Anfwer to the King's Demand for Money, 

How artfully dealt with on their Refufal of a 

Supply. ~ — 

Their farther Anfwer of Denial. 
— — Di Ablution in Confequence thereof. — 
— — Proteft thereupon. — — — - r ^- 

— — Reply to the King's further Application to 
them at that Time. ■ 

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BARONS, fiimmoned to fVtflminflgr in 1244. 
Solicited by the King for a pecuniary Aid. 

Their Anfwer. _ 

' Anfwer to the Bifhops, &c. concerning 

this Affair. — 

■ ' ■- further Proceedings therein. — 
Grant to the King on his Promife to keep 

the Charter of Liberties. — __ 

— Treatment of him at another Afiembly t 

Summoned to London in 1246. - . — 

Their Laws made there againft fuch as robbed 

Parks or Warrens. ■ 

Convened again to London this fame Year. 

Occafion thereof. 

Called by Writ to meet at London in 1248. - 
Solicited for a pecuniary Aid to the King. — 
Their Rem on (trance theieupoir, letting forth his 

bad Conducl. 

— Reply to his Promife of Amendment. 
Are prorogued for forcie Time. — ■ ■--. 
How received by the King on meeting again. - 
Their Anfwer to his Speech from the Throne. 
— — Diffolution. — — ■ 
Convened to London in 1251. — — ™ 
Their Tranfadions there. ■ . - - — — 
Called to Weftminfler in j 252, and on what Ac- 

— - — to Leaden in 1254. — — 
Required to affift the King (then in Gafcoigny) 

with a powerful Aid. . — - 

Their Anfwer thereto. — — — 

Summoned again to Leaden in this Year, and to 

the fame Purpofe. — 

Their Reafons for not granting the King any 

Money at that Time. — — — 1 55, 
Meet the King at London in 1255. — — I 56 
Required to grant him a pecuniary Aid. - - 1 56, 7 
Their Refufal thereof, and Demand on the King. 1 57 
Convened the fame Year to Wtjlminjltr. — 1 57 

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BARONS, prefled 

Their Reply. — — .— 

Summoned to Wtftminjter in 1257. — 

Their Bufinefs there. Account of. -■■ ■ ■ 
Meet the King at London in 1258. — 

Their ftiff Refufal to affift him with Money. 
— — Complaints againft him. — • , 
-— — Conditional Promife of a Tax. — 

Empowered by the King to reform the State of 

the Nation, and by what Method. 
Their Meeting at Oxford for that Purpofe. 
— — Military Appearance, and the Reafon 

thereof. 
Lift of, elected there, as a Committee to reform 

the Government. 
Their Demands on the King. — — 

■ Order for holding three Parliaments in 

every Year. " — — — 

• -■■ Election of twelve Perfons to reprefent 

them in Parliament. — 

Entry or Record to that Purpofe. 

Lift of, fo elected. 

Their further Proceedings at that Time. .- - - 
Lift of, appointed to fettle an Aid for the King. 
Their Treatment of his uterine Brothers. - - 
Complaint again ft them by a Deputation from 

the Batchelors of England. - - - ■ 
How threatried by Prince Edward. 

Publifh their Body of Laws. — » 

Title thereof. — — 

Conclufion of them. — — ■ _ 
Their Expultion of the Poiftovins, Account of. 
Manner of excufing tbemfelves to the Pope 

for that Step. . 

How oppofed by the King's- Party. - 
Their Endeavour to fupport the Oxford Pro- 
National Diffractions confequent thereupon. 
Summoned to meet the King itOxford'm 1263. 
Propofal made to them there for reftoring the 

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BARONS, their Reply to the Propo&ls made to 
them at Oxford* for reftoring the antient 
Method of Government. - - 

Refer the Deciilon of the Matter to the King 
of France. —~ — — — 

Their Oxford Prpvifior-; difanulled by him. 

War with King Henry III. in Confe- 

quence of that Award. — — ■■ ■ 

Vi&ory over him at Lewes in Sujfex. - - 

— -- Treatment of him and his Brother, King 
of the Remans. — — — 

^^ Power at that Time. — — — 

■ new Scheme of Government propofed. 
and the Intention thereof- 
Routed by Prince Edward^ and their late Ad- 
vantages overturned. — — 

Their Lands, how difpofed of. — 

Admitted to compound for them, and on what 

Terms. — — — — 

Their Difference with King Edward I. and 

how occafioncd. — — — 

— — Martial Appearance at the Parliament 

fummoned by Prince Edward in 129.J 
——Articles of Reconciliation with the King 

infilled upon, Particulars of, - - 

— Demands approved by the Prince, and con- 
firmed by the King. — — — 

— Expedition againil the revolted Seels. 
• Proceedings at TCark relating to the two 

Great Charters. — — — 

— — rafh Demand on the King at the Parliament 

in 1301. — — — 

How anfwered in a Speech by him. 
Their Submiffion thereupon. — 

lift of , who with flood the Usurpation of Pope 

Boniface VIII. relating to his Claim on 

Tbeir Letter to him on that Occasion. 

■ ■■ Oppofition to the King's going into France. 
— ^— late mutinous Behaviour to the King, how 

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BARONS, Lift of, at the Parliament at CarBjle 
in 1307. — ■ — — — 

Their Refentment againft Pierce Gavifton, Fa- 
vourite to King Edward II. - - - - 

. Convention at IVare on Ms Account. - - 

Compel the King to call a Parliament to London 

in 1308. — — — — 

Their Charge there againft Gave/Ion, Particulars 

' Allen t to Gavtfton's enjoying the Earldom 

of Cornwall for Life. — — 

Lift of, who refufed to attend the King in Par- 
liament at York in 131c. - 

Their Reafon for this Neglefl. - - 

— Anfwer to the King's Fropofal for treating 
about the late Ordinances. - 

— ■ Refolu tiort to drive Gavejlon from the King. 

■ ■- Preparations for that Purpofe. - 
Appoint Thomas Plantagtmt Earl of Lancajltt 

their General. — — — 

Their Menage to the King for the Delivery of 

Gave/ion. — — _ — 

— — clofe Purfuit of the Favourite, and Manner 

of talcing him, Account of. 
1 Execution of him, as a National Enemy. 

■ — threatning Meflage to the King, touching 

their Ordinances. — — 

-. ' Forces, how difpoled 'of. - 
» Treaty and Agreement with the King. 

- Submiftton, how dated. - 
Complaints againft them by the King at the 

Parliament in 1313, Particulars of. 
Their Anfwer thereto. — — 

— Submiffion according to a former Agree- 
ment. — - — — 

Confederacy againft the two Difpnft. 

— violent Proceedings againft them, Account 

— — Meflage to the King demanding their 
Banifhment. — — — 

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BARONS, their Expedition to London againft the 
Kmg. — 

Their Behaviour there. 

■ Articles preferred againft the Defpenfert at 
the Parliament in 1321. - 

— Award againft tbem. — 

■ uncommon Orel's at this Parliament. 
— — Remonftrance to the King, touching their 

Indemnity for what they bad done. 
Obtain tbeir Charters of Pardon. — 

Their frefli Provocation againft the King, and 

how occasioned. — 

■ ■ - Refolution to revenge it, 

■ Defeat at Bertugbiridge: 
— — Devaluations committed on the Lands of 

Hugh Defpenfer the younger. 
— — on the Lands of 

Hugh Defptnfer the Father. - 
Gain the Queen to their Intereft. 
Their Execution of the two Difpenferi. 

Impriibnment of the King. - 

Indemnity on Account of their Conduct 

10 him. " — — 

Lift of, at the Parliament in 1537. 

■ ■-■■ ■ who protefted againft the Act of Uni- 

— ■- - . againft the Act allowing 

Priefts to marry. - - - 
BARONS of the Exchequer receive aMefiagefrom 
the Commons to make void their Orders in 
the Procefs againft Merchants for Tonnage 
Their Anfwer. 



BARONETS, Order »/, when firft inftituted. 

BARR1NGTON, Sir Tbemas, his Report con- 
cerning the Proceedings againft the Tefuits, 

BARTON, Elizabeth, her Attainder and Execu- 
tion, and the Occafion thereof. - - - 

BASIL, Mr. his Account of a Victory gained over 
the Marquis of Clanrickard in Inland. 
His farther Account of the Succef3 of the Eng- 
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BASSET, Gilbert, how reproved for hia rafh Ad 
vice to King Henry III. - - - - ■ 
BASTARDY, Aa tf. Anno 1431. - - ■ 
BAST WICK, Dr. John, Refoluiion of the Com- 
mons (or rcleafing him from Prifon. - - 9 

Hia Confinement, Caute of. — . 9 

Account of him by Lord Clarendon, - 9 

-■ ■ - 1 by Sander/an. ■ . . — — 9 

. — - ■ - by Whithckt. — . . ■■— 9 
How favoured by the Commons. - - - - 
BATCHELORS, Deputation 0/, from all Parts 
of England tax^t Court of King Henry III. 
Their Complaint againft the Barons. - - • 
BATH, Henry, Chief Jujiiee of England, his mar- 
tial Appearance at a Meeting of the Nobles 

in 1 251. — 

Charge againfl him by King Henry III. - 
Proclamation againft him. ■ . — 

His imminent Danger on that Occafion. - 
Farther Complaint againil him. — 

Interpolations in his Favour, Account of, - 
Reconciled to the King, and by what Means. 
BATH, Earlef. Sec Bourchier. 
BATTEN, Vice- Admiral to the Earl of Warwick, 
his Behaviour to the Queen on her land- 
ing at Bridlington from Holland, Account 

of. _ 

Appointed, by the Commons, Chief Comman- 
der at Sea. — — — ■- ■ ■ . . 
His Oppofition to the Royal Family, Account of. 
BATTS, Parliament of, why fo called. - - 
BAYNARD, Richard, £/j;chofen Speaker to the 
Commons in 1431. — — — 
BAYNE, Ralph, Bijbep 0/ Ctvtntry, deprived of 

his Bimoptick, and on what Account. 
BAYONS, Bega, concerned in the Murder of 
King Edward II. — — 

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BEAUCHAMP, Thomas, Earlof Warwick, A P -| j 
pointed one of the Committee to furvey: 
the Houfltold of King Richard II. - - 
Appointed to attend hit Penon, and to give Aii- 
fweis to foreign Miniftcrs. ~ - , 
— - ■ one of the Committee to examine the Go- 
vernment of the King's Per fan and Court. 
His Oppofition to the Meafures of the King and 

his Mini Hers. ■■ — 

One of the five Lords, called Appellants in 138$ 
Difmifled by the King from the Council Board. 
Admitted again. ■ -■ ■■— 

Articles of Impeachment againft him, by the 

Lords Appellants in 1397. - - - 

His Anfwer thereto. — •— . 

Convi&ed of High Treafon, and his Sentence. 

Behaviour at his Trial. — ■ — 

BEAUCHAMP, Sir John, sfHolt, impeached by 

the Commons at the Parliament in 1388. 

Charge againft him. — — — - ■ ■ . 

His Sentence and Execution. — - — 

BEAUCHAMP, Richard, Earl of Warwick, his 

Con te ft with John Mowbray, Earl Marfnal , 

about Precedency in the Par I lament- Houfe. 

BEAUCHAMP, Sir Walter, chofen Speaker to 

the Houfe of Commons at the Parliament 

BEAUFORT, Thomas, tldtft iafi Son of John 

Duke efLancafler, created Earl of Somtrftt. 

Made one of the Lords Appellants at the famous 

Council at Nottingham in 1397. 
Created Marquis of Derfet. — — 

Ordered by the Parliament to give an Account 
of his Proceedings as one of the Lords 

Appellants. — — 

His Excufe. 

Sentence pronounced againft him on this Oc- 
casion. ■ — — 1 
Rdtoicd to his Honours, &V. again. - - - 
His Attempt, in Conjunction with fome others, 
to re/lore King Richard II. to his Crown. 
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BEAUFORT, Tlmat, eldefl baft Sm of Jabn 
Duke ef Lanca/ler, interceded for by the 
Commons. ■ ■■ — 

Obtains a Pardon from King Henry IV, and re- 
ftored to his Liberty, Honours, ts'c. 

Hi* Speech to the King and Parliament in Fa- 
vour of a War with France. - 

Created Duke of Extttr. — — 

Made one of the Governon to King Henry VI, 
BEAUFORT, Henry, Bijhep of Lincoln and Lord- 
Chancellor, his Speech at opening the Sef- 
lion of Parliament in 1404. 

. - in i<f05- 

Made Bithop of Winchtfier, and opens the Sef- 
fion of Parliament in 1410. - 

His Speech to the Parliament, Anna 1413. — 

Has the Crown delivered to him, and on what 

Occafion. - — — — — 

Made one of the Governors to King Henry VI. 
Opens the Seflion of Parliament in 1425. - - 
Obtains the King's Letters Patent to receive the 
Money which he lent to the Government. 
Quarrels with Humphry Duke of Gloucefler — 
His Application to the Dulce of Bedford, Regent 

of France, on this Account. - 
Opens the Seflion of Parliament in 1426. — 
His Anfwer to the Articles exhibited againfl him 
by the Duke of Gloucefler at the Parlia- 
ment in 1426. - - ■■ 
Acquitted of the Charge againft him, and recon- 
ciled to the Duke. — 

Jtefigns his Office of Lord-Chancellor. 
Made a Cardinal, Anno 1428. — 

Quarrels again with Humphry Duke ef Glm- 

eejler, and on what Account. - 
Refers his Caufe to the Home of Peers who de- 
clare in his Favour. . 1 1 

Procures the Duke's Imprifonment and Death, 
His own terrible Death, Account of, — 



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BEAUFORT, Sir Tbotnat, Lord-Chancellor, his I 
Speech on opening the Parliament in 1411. 

BEAUFORT, Edmund, Duke of Somerfet, flain 
at the Battle of St. Albans, Anno 145;. 

BEAUMONT, Sir Henry, chofen Speaker to the 
Houfe of Lords at the Parliament in 1332. 
His Speech to the King, by way of Advice. 

BEAUMONT, Vifcount John, flain at the Battle 
of Northampton in 1461. — — — ■ 

BECKIT, Thomas, Archbijbop of Canterbury, his 
ill Ufage by King Henry II. at a Conven- 
tion in 1164. 11 '■ — — 
His Application to the Pope on that Account. 

— Grievance how remedied. — — — 

— mutinous Behaviour and Murder on his Re- 

turn to England. — ■ - ■ — — 

BECK, Anthony, Bijbop of Durham, his Declara- 
tion to the Scots Nobility, concerning the 
Right of King Edward I. to the Realm 
of Scotland. - - ■ - . . 

BEDDINGFIELD, Sir Thomas, committed to 
the Tower, and why. — — — 

Appointed, by the Parliament, one of the Jufticcs 
of the Court of Common Pleas. ■ 

BEECHER, Sir William, how interrogated by the 
Lords on his fearching the Studies, &c. of 
the Earl of Warwick and Lord Brooke. 
His Anfwcr and Confeffion. — 

— Commitment and Difcharge. — 

BEERBY, miiiam, Efy; elected Speaker of the 
Commons in 1436. ■ ■- — 

BELKNAPP, Sir Robert, one of the Judges fum- 
moned to Nottingham by King Richard II. 

in 1387. - 

His Exclamation on figning the Rcfolutions 

Impeached by the Commons on that Account. 
Charge agaimt him. — — — 
His Anfwcr. ■ - 
How replied to by the Commons. » ■ ■ 



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BELKNAPP, Sir Robert, hit Sentence. - - 
How mitigated at the Requeft of the Bifhops. 
His Bamihmoit to Inland. — — — 
— Allowance towards the Expences of bis 

Paffage. 

^-- Return permitted by Parliament. ■ 
BELL, Robert, Efq; chofen Speaker of the Com- 
mons in 1572. — - - — 
His Speech to Queen Elizabeth, Heads of. 
BELLASIS, Colonel John, one of King Charles the 
Firft's Generals, and Governor of Turk. 
His Defeat at Selby, by Sir Thomas Fairfax, 

Account of. 1 ' ■ ■ — 

Taken Prifoner there. — 

Sent up to London. — - — — ■ — - 

Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Commons. 
His Treatment there by the Speaker. — 

Committed to the Tower. — — — 

Releafed from his Confinement, and made Go- 
vernor of the Town and Garrifon of New- 

His Anfwer to a Summons for delivering them 

up to the Parliament's Forces. 

BELLASISE, Sir Henry, convened before the 
Privy-Council. — — 

Committed to the Fleet. — — 

BELLIEURE, Monfuur, comes to London in 
Quality of AmbafTador from the Court 
France to mediate a Peace between the 
King of England and his Parliament. 
Obtains an Audience of the Parliament for this 
Purpofc. ■ -■■■■ — ■ - ■- 

His Offer rejected, and in what Manner. - ■ 
BELT, Sir Robert, Alderman of York, how treat, 
ed by the Parliament for bis Loyalty to 
King Charles I. ■ ■ 1 — 

BENEDICT Xill. Pope of Rome Eleil, his Con- 
tort with Boniface IX. for the Papal 

BENEVOLENCE, ABrf, granted by Parliament 
to King Edward IV. — -■■ - 



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BENEVOLENCE, Aa of, granted by Parliament 

to King Richard 111. — 

-—to King Henry VII, Anno 1505. ■■ 
Particular Account of, collected for Htnry VIII. 



Then firft fet on Foot for railing Money, and 
by whom. ■■ ' — 

Stories concerning it. — 

Granted by Parliament to Henry VII. 

to Henry VIII. - 

to Elizabeth. - 

.- ■ ■■■ to fames I. 

MNBOVV, Cap 1. taken Prifoner at the Battle of 

Wwcifttr. . — 

His Sentence and Execution. — — 

BLNNET, Dr. his Speech againft Monopolies. 
His Account of the Number of Recufants in 
Yorkjbire, prefented to the Ecflefiaftical 
Court there, Anno 1600, * — ■ - 

JENNET, Sir John, complained of by the Com- 
mons for Bribery. — — — 
Convened before the Lords. -■■■■ ■■■ 
Charge againft him. ■■■ ■ ■ ■ ' — 
His Requeft to the Lords on that Occafion. 

Admitted to Bail. — 

Hu Anl'wer thereupon. ■ — — 

— Petition to trie Lords. — 

Falls iick, and unable to attend his Trial. - 
Obtains the King's Pardon. " 

BENSON, Henry, Efq\ Member for Knarejbrough, 
expelled the Houfc for felling Protections. 
BENYON, George, Articles of Impeachment 
againft him by the Commons. — — 
His Charge farther aggravated, and how- 
Proceedings againft him at his Trial. ■ 
His Defence. 

— Sentence. » 
BERKLEY, LordTbomai, arraign *d for the Death 

of King Edward II. 

His Anfvrcr and Commitment. - 



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BERKLEY, Lord Thomas, his Acquittal and Dis- 
charge of his Manuprifors, Account of. I 
BERKLEY, Lord, impeached by the Commons 

of High Treafon. ■- ■ 16 

Discharged from Reftraint, and reflated to his 

Seat in Parliament again. ■ ■ ... ' 17 

One of the Peers who rejected an Ordinance of 
the Commons for the Trial of King 

Charles I. — 1 8 

BERKLEY, Sir John, committed to the Tower, 
on Sufpicion of being concerned in a Plot 
againft the Parliament. — — — ; 
BERKLEY, Sir Robert, Juftiet of the King's 
Bench, Information againft him by the 
Commons. ■ ■ 9 

His Bail to abide the Cenfure of Parliament. 9 

Accufed of High Treafoni — — 

Taken off the Bench in Wtfiminfttr-Hall and 

committed. ■ _ 

Impeachment againft him on Account of Ship- 
Prohibited from going the Summer Circuit in 

1641. — 

Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Lords. 
His Requeft on that Occafion. 
Denies the Facia fet forth in the Impeachment. 
His Petition for Allowance of Witneffes and 
Counfcl. r — 

— Trial put off, and why. — 

— Charader by Mr. IVhithcke. — 
Brought to his Trial before the Peers. 
Proceedings againft him there, together with his 

Opinion and Antwers touching Ship-Mo* 

ney, Account of. -■ — 

His Sentence. • — 

BERKLEY, Sir Charles, impeached of High 

Treafon. — — 11 425 

BERKLEY, Sir Edward, impeached of High 

Treafon. — -, -— ■ "I 11 4 2 5 

BERKLEY, Sir Henry, impeached of High 

Treafon. — - — — — In 425 

BERK- 



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Vol. Pagt. 
BERKSHIRE, Earl of. See Howard. 
BERNARDISTON, Sir Thomas, appointed by 
the Parliament to go to Bury, in Suffolk, 
to fupprefs an Infurre&ion there. - - ] 
His Succefs in that Bufinefs, Account of. — i 
— Letter concerning fome further Difturbanccs 
in that County. • ■ ■ — i 

BERNERS, Sir James y impeached by the Com- 
mons at the Parliament in 1388. , — 
Charge againft him. ■ ■ ■ — — 

His Sentence and Execution. — ■ 

BERTIE, Robert, Earl of Lindfey, and Lord 
Great -Chamber lain af England, appointed 
one of the Commiflioncrs for giving the 
Royal Aflent to the Bill of Attainder againft 

the Earl of Strafford — 

Voted by the Parliament an Enemy to the State. : 
Leaves the King and goes into the Parliament's 

Quarters. ■ — — ; 

Committed Prifoner to Windfir Caftle. — ; 

BERWICK, a Parliament held there, Temp. Ed- 
ward I.- Anne 1292. — — 

Befieged by the Scots, Anno 1455. — — 
Information from thence concerning an intended 

Surprize of that Town. — — - 17 
Seized by Sir Marmadukt Langialt in Behalf of 

, the Scots. — 1 

Surrendered to General Cromwell. - — 1 

BtDDLE, John, Proceedings againft him for 

Blafphemy. — — — — 20 399, 4C0 
His Anfwers to the Qu eft ions propofed to him. 2 
— Doctrines fome Account of. - - - - s 
Banifhed by the Protector. — — s 

BIGAMY, Statute of, when firft enacted. - - 
BILLS, Titles of, prefented by the Parliament's 
Commimoners to the King in the Ifle of 
Wight for his Royal Aflent. - - - j 
Form of, as palled by both Houfes, for that 

Purpofe. — — — 1 16J406/8413 

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BILLS, depending before CromwclFs fecond Par- 
liament, at the Time of their Diflblution, 
Account of. 
Manner of prefenting them for the Protector's 
Confent. ■■■- — — ■ 

BILL for difabling the Clergy from exercifmg any 

Temporal Authority, Form of. 
BILLINGSLY, Capi. fufpec>ed of being con- 
cerned in a Plot againft the Parliament. 
Order of the Peers againft him on this Account. 
BIRCH, Col. Join, one of the Parliament 'i Gt- 
ntrats, his Letter, giving in Account of 
his taking the City of Hiriford. - - ■ 
His fecond and third Letters to the famePurpofe 
— - Lift of Prifoners taken there. - - - • 
Appointed Governor of that City. 
His Account of Sir Jacob Aflltj'% Defeat by the 
Parliament's Forces. — — 

■■ '■ 'i of the Earl of .Dwiy's Defeat in I 

Lancajbire. — — jao 34, 5 

— Letter relating to the Purfuit of the Seoul I 

Army after the Battle of IVorceJler. — 20 57 
BIRKHEAD, Edward, Efq; appointed Serjeant] | 



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at Arms to Cromwtll'% firft Parli 
BISHOPS, Lift of, at a Convention held at Not- 
tingham in 1194. — — 

■ — - who attended King John at 

Rvnningmedi when the two Great Charters 
were granted. -— — ■ 

Their Proteft againft the Demand of King Hai- 
ry III. for a pecuniary Aid. 

Lift of, appointed to confider about relieving the 
King from his Debts. — — 

Their Anathema againft the Violators of the 
two Great Charters, Form of. - - - 

Lift of, who affifted in making up the Difference 
between King Edward I. and his Barons. 

at the Parliament at Carliflt in 1 307. 

TheirSentence againftGafjfonEar] of Cornwall, 
and his Adherents. ■ ■ 



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109 

134 



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BISHOPS, Li/i <-/, appointed, with fundry Earls, 
tfc. to govern the Affairs of K. Edw. II. 

Committee of, lent by the Barons to the King, 
demanding the Baniihment of the two 
Dtfptnfirt. , 

Their Difloyalty to the King, Inftance of. 

Lift of, appointed Guardians for Kinz Ed- 
ward III. - 1 , 

Their Endeavours to preferve the Peace of the 
Realm. 

■ Advice required by the King, touching his 
Right to the Title of King of Frgna. 

• ■ Resolution thereupon. - — 

— — Proteftation at the Impeachment of the 

Archbilhop of Tcri, and others, in 1388. 
—— Interpofition in Favour of the Judges con- 
demned for High Treafon, . ■ 

— Proteftation againft any Law for retrain- 
ing the Pope's Power, — — _ 

in Favour of Tho. Haxey, Clerk. 

— Oath to fupport the Resolutions of the 
Parliament in 1397. — ■ 

Lift of, on that Occafion. — — 

Their Sentence againft thole who fhould a& 

contrary thereto. — - 

Lift of, appointed to fettle a new Form of Re- 
ligion. . ■■ 

■ '■'■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Ceremonies in the Church. 

1 who protefted againft the Sacrament A£t. 

Their Complaint at the Parliament in 1549. 
Introduce a Bill for inforctng the Eccleuafttcal 

Laws. — ■ 

Lift of, who protefted againft an Ad for de- 
facing Images. ■ • - 

— ' ■ ■ againft a Bill for rcftoring 

the Firft Fruits to the Crown. . 

— _ , againft a Bill for reftoriiig 

the Supremacy to the Crown. 
— -- ' ' againft a Bill for Exchange 

of Lands of Bifhopricfcs. 3 

Their Coiifccration confirmed by an Ad. _ 4 
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Vol. 
BISHOPS, Lift of, appointed to manage a Con- 
fcrence between the Lords and Commons, 
relating to Ecclefiaftical Affairs. ■ 5\ 15* 

Lift of, at th« Opening the Parliament in No- 

vtmier, 1640. — — — — 9 

Their Civil Power ftruck at by the Commons. 9 
Petition againft them by the City of London, 
Account of. ' . ■ -■■— - 

Lift of, fined bytheCommonsfortJieir Proceed- 
ings in the Convocation, Jxm 1640. Q 
Their Fines, Particulars of. ~— — 9 
■ ■■ Power, with fefped to the printing and 
puWiftung of News-Book*. ■ -■ -■ 
Debate in the Houfe of Commons for aboIHh' 
ing them: — ■■ — ■ 

_ 1 of Lords for reftraining 

them from intermeddling in Secular Affairs. 9 
Refolutions of the Lords concerning them. — 9. 
Farther Debate about them by the Commons. 
Remarkable Saying of Lord Falkland's concern- 
ing them. —— fc . —— — 
Their Revenues ordered to be feiaed upon by 

the Commons. ■ - . ■ 9 

_■— Maintenance, how provided for. •— — 9 
Lift of, impeached for making the new Canons. 9 
Give in a Plea to their Impeachment. — 
Required by the Commons to gives peremptory 
Anfwer. — — ■ 

Their Refblution to abide by their Plea and De- 
murrer. ■ - ■' ■ ■ '■ 

Cry of the Mob againft them. — — 

Abfent themfelves from the Home of Peers to 
fecure their Lives. -■■-- — ■ 

Their Proteftation againft the Legality of Parlia- 
mentary Proceedings daring their forced 

Abfcnce. 10 138, 

Lift of, who figned this Proteftation. 10 139 

Accufed of High Treafon on this Account. 10 140 

Their Charge. 10 142 

. Anfwers. — ■— 10141**145 

Committed to the Tower, — — — 10 145 

Petition againft them from the County of Buch. 10 199, 200 

BISHOPS 



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Vol, 
BISHOPS, brought to the Bar of the Houfe of 

Peer,. -^— 

Their farther Anfwer. «— — * 

Petition to be admitted to Bail. • 

Remanded to Prifon. — ■ ■ — -■ 

Their Votes in Parliament taken away by an 

Admitted to Bail by the Peers. ». - ■ 

Ordered to Prifon again at the Requeft of the 
Commons. — — . — ■ 

Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Peers for 
their Trial. ■■ „ ■,■ , .. .- — 

Proceedings there againft them, Particulars of. 

Farther Proceedings againft them by the Parlia- 
ment. ■ i ■ 

Obliged to make their Defence at the Bar of the 
Houfe of Commons. — — — 

Refolutions there againft them. — , — — 

Admitted to Bail. — — — 

Their Name and Title aboliftted, and when. 15 

— Temporalities ordered to be fold. 

In the primitive Times, Poverty of. - - * 
B1S.HOPRICKS, Lift of, vacant in 1641. - - 

Speech agatnft filling them up. — — . . 

BISHOP, RUbard, his Depofttion againft Lord 

Treafurer Middle/tie for Bribery. 
&AKE, John, CaunftUtr at Law, impeached by 
the Commons in 1388. - » 

Charge againft him. — — — 

HuAnrwerto the Articles alledged againft him. 

■ — Sentence and Execution, Account of. 
WAKE, Cat. Robert, appointed one of the Com- 
manders of the Fleet, inftead of the Karl 
of Warwick. -■■■■ - - 

How rewarded by the Houfe of Commons for 
deftroying Prince Ruptrfs Fleet in the 
Bay of Malaga. — — 

*— ■ ■ — ■ — for his Victory over the Dutch 
Fleet. — — -— (. 

His Victory over the Spanijb-Fktt at Santa 

Crux. — — — — 21 144 

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Vol. 
BLAKE, Col Rohtrt, his Services to the Com- 
monwealth, how intended to be rewarded. 
His Death and Character. — — 

— Maxim, conftamiy inculcated to the Sailors. 
BLUNT, Sir Thomat, High Steward, his Cere- 
mony at the Depofiiion of King Edward II. 

BLUNT, Mauntpy, Earl of Newport, Com- 
plaint againft him to the Peers. ■ - - - 

His Defence. . 

Juftified by the Parliament. — — 

Joins King Charles I. at Oxford. — ■ 13 

Deferts him and returns to the Parliament. 1.3 

BOHUN, Humphry, Earl of Hertford, appointed 

one of the Barons Committee to reform 

the State in 1258. — 

Appointed one of the Council to King Henry III. 

• i ■■ — one of the Barons Committee to re- 

prefent the Community in Parliament. 

■ — one of the Committee to treat of an 

Aid for the King. — — — 

Joins in an Infurre&ion againft King Edward I. 

How threatened for excuung himfelf from going 

to the French War. — — — 

His refohitc Anfwer thereto. — ■■ ■■ 

— Charter of Pardon obtained from the Re- 

gents, Form of. ■■■■ — - — 

One of the Patriots who withftood Papa) Ufur- 
pation in 1301. ■■ ■■ ■ 

How punifhed for his mutinous Behaviour to 
the King. — 

Appointed one of the Committee to govern the 
Affairs of King Edward II. — — 

Takes out a Charter of Pardon for his Confe- 
deracy againft the Dtfpenfers. 

His Followers, how treated by the King. - - 
BOHUN, Edward, how rewarded by King Ed- 
ward III. for taking Roger Mortimer, 

Earl of March. — 

BOHUN, William, created Earl of Northampton. 

His Application to Parliament for an Aid to 
KingAdrntrd III. — 



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Tarftamentary Hjftoty 3/* England. 
Vel. 

BOISE, , Efyi his Speech on a Bill relating 

to Bifhops Leafcs. — — 

BOISINON, Pittr, Agent from the King ot 
France to the Privy-Council of Scotland. 
His Propoutipns to them concerning the March 

of their Army into England* 

BOLEYN, Mrs. Am, married to King Him. VIII 

and crowned Queen of England. - - - 

Accuicd of Inceft- and Adultery, and executed 

for the lame* ■ ■ 1 — 

BOND, , Efq; bis Speech againft a Bill \ 

for refortiag to Church. J 
BOKIFACE VIIT. Pope of Rome, his Award, 
touching Tome Differences between King 
Edward I. and the King of Franct, — 
His Claim to the Kingdom of Scotland, as a 
Fief of the Holy See. — 

— Reafons to invalidate the Claim of Edward. 

How anfwered by the Kane. 

—> by the whole Baronage of Eng- 

BONIFACK IX. Pop,, his Cornell with Bent 

diel XIII. called the Anti-Pope. 

His Application to King Richard II. for a Re- 
peal of the Statute of Provifors. - - - I 447 

— Requeft connived at, and in what Manner, 1 447 
BONNER, Edmund, Blfiop ofLenden, deprived of 

his Bifhoprick, and the Occafion thereof. 

BOOTHE, Laurence, Bijbep of Durham, and Lord 

Chancellor, hit Speech to the Commons 

in 1473. 2 344 

BOOTH, Sir Gierge, heads an Infurre&ion in 

Favour of King Charla II. - - - - 21 441 
Hi) Defeat, Particulars of. — — 21 443/0446 

Taken Prifoncr, and committed to the Tower. 21 447 
Pipers found upon him, Titles of. - • 21 454 

1 Difcbsrged from his Imprifomncnt. - - - 22 136 
His Services, how recompens'd by the Commons. 22 407, 8 

BOROUGHS, decayed Cafe of. . 4 102, 3 

Origin of the kfler Sort of them. ■■ -■ 21 211/0219 

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BOSVILLE, Mr, his Examination concerning 
ibme Letters whicli be delivered to King 

Charles I. at Holdtnby. 

Committed to Newgate on that Account. — 
BOSWORTH, BattU tf, Anno 1485. - - ■ 
BOURCHIER, Thomas, Arebbijhof of Canterbury^ 
and Lard Chancellor, his Declaration to the 
Parliament in 1455, touching the Caufe 
of their Summons. — ■■■■ — ■ 

His Anfwer to a Requeft of the Commons, re- 
lating to the Choice of a Protestor. - 1 
Prorogues the Parliament by the Appointment 

of the Duke of York. 

BOURCHIER, Henry, created Earl of Efex by 

King Edward IV. — — ,- 

BOURCHIER, Hlmy, Earl of Bath, his Report 

of a Conference between both Houfes about 

djihanding the Army. — 

Summoned to attend the Parliament. - - 

His Letter of Excufe. — 

. BOURCHIER, Sir Johw, petitions the Peei 
againli Lord-Keeper Williams, for indirect 

Dealing. — 

His Complaint found to be unjuft, — 

— Sentence on this Occafion. «— — 

SubmitSon. - ■ — 

Is pardoned thro' the Clemency of the Lord- 
Keeper. 

His Letter of Complaint againft Lord Savilt. 
BOWES, John, Efy; eleaed Speaker to the 

Commons in 1435. — • 

BOWET, Henry, Clerk, condemned to Banifli- 

ment for Life, and on what Account. 

BOWING at the Name ofjefus, Refolution of 

the Commons concerning that Ceremony. 

Refolution of the Peers on the fame. - - - 

BOWYER, Robert, his Letter to Mr. Evans, Un- 

der-Clerlc to the Commons. - — 

BOYLAND, Sir kkbard, en itinerant Juflite, 

how fined for Extortion. — — — - 

BRABANZON, Chief Jujlict of England, his 

Speech to the Parliament in 1291. - - 



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Vet. 

BRABANZON, Chief Jufiice tf England, his 
Speech to the Parliament afiemfcded at Lin- 
coln in 2301* 

BRADSHAW, Serjeant, how rewarded bjr the 
Commons, on Account of his fitting at 
President in the High Court of jufticc at 
the Tf ial of King Charles I. - - - 

BRADSHAW, Richard, Efg; appointed Agent to 
Hamburgh — ■ ■■ — 

BRADY, Dr. his Character of Pitrci Gave/Un, 
Favourite to King Edward II. - - - 
Bis Account of the milctable £nd of that Mo- 
narch, " i ' 

ERAIBR OOK, an itinerant Jtfftu*, how fcrv'd by 
Falcafius a Rebel for letting a Fine on him. 

BRAMPTON, Sir HWliom, Jufiioe tf the Com- 
nun Pleas, how fined for Extortion. — 

8RAMPSTON, Sir John, Lord Chit/ Jufiice tf 
the Ung's Bench, Information againJr him 

by tbe Commons, — 

Gives Bail for 10,000 /. to abide the Cenuue 
of Parliament. — — — — 
Impeachment againit him on Account of Ship- 
Money. — — ■ — — 
Prohibited from going the Summer Circuit in 

fiRANDON, Charles, Duke »/ Suffeli, his Mar- 
riage with Mary, Sifter to King Hen- 
ry VIII. and Queen Dowager of Frame*. 
His large Fortune acquired thereby. 
One of die Coaitnitfioners appointed to fwcar 
the Lords and Commons to the A& of 
SucceJBon in Favour of Ann Boleyn. — 
Appointed Lord Preudentof the King's Council. 
- one of the Commiifioners for pro- 



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Queen Catherine with regard to her 

continency. — -■ ■ ■■■ 

His Speech to both Houfes, touching that Affair. 

BRA y, Henry, Efibeater and Judge /tr the Jivis^ 

Jbow fined for Extortion. — — 



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Lord Chancellor. — ■ — - 

His Declaration to the Parliament, touching the 
Catife of their Summons in 1382. — ; - 
— — — - in 1383. — 

BRXMBRE, Sir Nicholas, one of the Council of 
Stale held at Nottingham by King Ric 

ard II. Anno X387. « — 

Articles of Impeachment againft him^ Particul 
of. . — — 

His Plea before the Parliament. — 
How anfwered by the Lords. — ■ 

Convi&ed of High Treafon. ■■ 

His Sentence and Execution. ■■■ - 

BRENTINGHrtM, Thomas, Bijb»p of Enter, 

removed from the Office of Lord Treafurer. 

Appointed one of the Commiflioners to examine 

the Government of the Pcrfon and Court 

of King Richard II. ■ 

the Affaire of the Nation in 1386. - - 

His InnoceKcy on that Account declared in open 

Parliament. - — ■ 

BRERETON Sir miliam y his Letter, giving an 

Account of his railing the Siege before 

Montgomery Cattle. — — 

His Letter, giving an Account of his talcing the 

ftrong Caftle of httflen for the Pailiament 

■—- Account of Sii "Jacob Afllift Defeat by thi 

Parliament's Forces. — 

BRIBERY, Cafe of. 

BRIDGES, Mr. taken Prifoner at the Battle of 

ffrorc/fcr. 

BRIDGE WATER, furrendered to the Parlia 
ment's Forces. -■■ ■ »■ - 

BRISTOL, Earl of. See Digbv. 
BRISTOL, Bijhopriei of y when firft creeled. • 
BRISTOL, City of, fecured to the Parliament. 
Retaken by the King's Forces under Prince Ru- 
pert. — — — — 
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BRITAINY, Difiricl of, when reduced under 

Subje&ion to the Crown of Front*. - - 

BRIWERE, miliam. (See Langton, Arch- 

bifliop of Canterbury.) — — 

PROGH1LL, Lord, his Defeat of the Irijb Rebels 

at CafiU Lynns in 165J. — 

Occafion of his quitting the Royal Caufe, and 
efpoufing that of die Commonwealth, Ac- 
count of. i — — 
His further Suceefs againft the Irifi. ■■ 
Appointed one of the Committee to receive 
CrrmwelTs Scruples as to his being King. 
His Arguments to induce his Acceptance of ) 
that Title. J 
BROMLEY, Sir Thomas, made Lord Chancellor, 
and opens the Seffion of Parliament in 1585, 
His Speech to the Parliament in 1586. - 
Committed to Prifon for attempting to entail the 
SuccefEon of the Crown. — ■ 
BROMLING, Edward, Bfy\ Major o/Gravefind, 
his Letter concerning Ctrneliut Evans, 
who perforated the Prince otWalet in 1648. 
BROOKE, Lard, fufpefled to hold Correfpon- 
dence with the rebellious Scots in 1640. 
His Study and Pockets fearched by Order of the 
Privy-Council. — — — 
BROOK, Ptttr, Efa; taken Prifoner in the Infun 
rection at Cbefttr, under Sir Gtorg* Booth. 
His Examination and Commitment. - 
— Difcharge. ■■ — 
BROOK, Robert, B/a; chofen Speaker for the 

Commons in 1544. — ■ ' 

BROTHERTON, Thomas, Earl Marefchal, joins 
Queen JJabtl in her Attempt to dethrone 
her Hufband King Edward II. - - 
Appointed one of the twelve Guardians for King 
Edward III. during his Minority. - - 
Joins Hinry Plantagaut, Earl of Lantafitr, 
againft Lord Mortimer. — 

Deferts that Confpiracy 

Executes the Sentence againft Lord Mortimer 
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againft the Bill for lettering the Supre- 
macy to the Crown. — — 3 
His Speech againft the Oath of Supremacy. 4 
Oppofes a Bill againft Jefuits, (Sc. - - - 5 
His bitter Speech on this Occafion, - - 5 
Committed Piifoner to the Flttt. — — ■ 
His Confeffion oa being difcharged. - - - 
BROWN, Oliver, his Deposition againft Lord- 
Treafurer Middltfex, as Mailer of the 

Wardrobe. 

BROWN, "John, his Examination, touching a 
Letter in Cyphers which he had brought 
from the Hague for the King at Ihldenby. 15 
BROWNE, Samuel, Efq; appointed one of the 
Parliament's Commiifioneri to treat with 
the King in the Ifie of Wight about a Peace. 
Appointed one of the Juftkes of the Court of 

King's Bench. - ■ ■ ■ - 

BRUCE, Robert, Lord of Annandale, Candidate 
for the Crown of Scotland, on the Death of 

King Alexander. "■ ■ ' 

His Anfwer concerning his Right thereto. - ■ 

— Cl.iim rejected by King Edward I. - • 

— Charter of Subjection to that Monarch - - 
Advanced 10 the Throne of Scotland. - - • 
Reduces that Kingdom to his Obedience, - - 
His Victory over the Forces of King Edward II. 

at Bannockburn. w — ■ ■ 

— Invafion of England in 1317. - - - • 

— Charter obtained from King Edward III. re- 

nouncing all Claim to Scotland, Abttra&of. 

BRUCE, Prince Devid, bis Marriage with the 

Prtncefs 7mjhw> eUeft Sifter to King Ed- 

Succeeds his Father as King of Scotland. - - 

Hi* Requcft to King Edward, for Afliftancc 

againft Lord Baud, who had ufurped his 

v— Reftitution of Berwick demanded, with Ho- 
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BRUCE, Prince David, denies die Refutation of| 
Berwick, and Homage to King Edward. 
War declared againft him on that Account. - 

How fupported by die French. _ 

Vanquiihed and taken Prifoner by Queen Phi- 

His Offer of Peace"! '- 1_ ^ 

— Terms rejected by Parliament. *— _ 

BRUGES, Lewis, a Netherlander, created Earl 

of Winchefier, and by whom. - - 
BRUNKER, Sir milium, bis Speech on a Bill 

for a Subfidy. . . 

BRYAN, Sir Henry, his Speech to the Parliament 
in 1372, letting forth the Caufe of their 
Meeting, — — . . 

BUCK, George, Efq; his Account of the Proceed- 
ings of the Parliament called by King 

Richard III. in 1484. . 

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, Inhabitants $/, their 

Petition againft Biihops. 

letter of Complaint from thence againft plunder- 
ing by the King's Troops, — ■ ■ 
Petition from that County to Sir Thtmas Fair/ax, 
defiling his Mediation with the Parliament 
for Redrefs of Grievances, - - - - 
BULKLEY, Mr. appointed one of the Parlia- 
ment's Commimoners to prefent to the 
King their Votes for a pergonal Treaty 
with him in the Ijlt of Wight. ~ - ~ 
His Report of what pafied between the King 
and the Commimoners on that Occafion. 
Appointed one of the Commimoners to treat 
with the King about a Peace. - - 
BULUNGBROKE, Henry, Earl ef Derby, 

of the five Lords called Appellants in 1388 
His Forces raifed as a Guard to King Richard 11, 
at the Parliament in 1397. - - - - 
Recommended 10 the King's Favour by the Com- 
mons, and the Occafion thereof. - - . 

Created Duke of Hereford. . 

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BULLINGBROKE, Henry, Duie of Hertford, 
his Declaration againlt Thomat M'wbraj, 

Duke of Norfolk. 

His Scedule of treasonable Words (poken by the 
faid Duke. 

— Difference with the Duke ordered to be de- 

termined by Combat. ■ — — 

— Acceptance thereof. — ■ - - - 
Denied a Combat by the King. ■ ■■- — — 
Decree for his Baniflimenc, Particulars of. - • 
His refpe&ful Behaviour to the King at taking 

Leave of him. ■ -. .. 

Remarkably favoured on that Occafton, and how. 
Goes into Prance, and fucceeds his Father, John 

of Gaunt, as Duke of Loncafter. - - - 
Retorted to by the difcontcntcd Nobility and 

Gentry of England. ■ — 

His Refolutton to try his Fortune for the Englijb 

Crown. — - — 

— Expedition and Power, to this Purpofc, Ac- 

count of. — — 

— Succefs before Brijlol. 

Seizes the King and imprifons him in the Tower 
Summons a Parliament to fVeftm'tn/ler in Otto- 

ber, 1399. ■ 

Claims the Crown of England by Proclamation, 
and fets forth his Title to the fame. - - 
His farther Proceedings relating to his Claim. 
Elected King of England by the unanimous Con- 
firm of all the States affembled in Parlia- 
ment in 1399. - — p — - — — 
See HENRY IV. 
BUNCE, Jama, Efq; Alderman of London, im- 

peachedby thcCommonsofHighTreafon. 17 85 
His Behaviour at his Trial, and Proceedings 

againil him, Account of. — — — 17 120 
Difcharged from Profecution. — — — 17 212 
Difabled from bearing the Office of Alderman in j 

the Ciiy of London, < ~ — tq 97 

BURGH, Hubert, Earl of Kent, made Chief Tu- I 

iiice and Prime Muiiilcr to King Henry III. 1 1 25 

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BURGH, Hubert, Earl of Kent, his Speech to 
the Barons at a Convention in 1225. 

— Power and Influence with the King. - 

— Opprcffion of the Clergy. — 
Accufationi a gain ft him. Particulars of. — — 
Proclamation againft him by the King. - — 
Abfoonds and takes Sanctuary in Meruit Abbey. 
Hit dangerous Situation there, Account of. — 
Refcued from the Fury of the Populace, and how. 
Hi) Method of pacifying the King's Wrath. - 
bow treated in Consequence thereof. — 

BURGH, Marquis tfClanrUkard, appointed a Pri- 
vy -Counfel lor in Ireland by King CbarUt I. 

KRGH, Sir William, one of the Judges who 
figned the Refoludons at Nottingham in 

Impeached on that Account by the Commons. 
Charge againft him. — — 

Hii Anfwer. — ■ ■ — 

How replied to by the Commons, — 

His Sentence, — — — — 

Hmr mitigated by the Interpoution of the 



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Hit BanUhment to Ireland. — — 

— Allowance towards the Expences of his 

Paflage. —J — 

— Return permitted by Parliament. ■■-■ 
Bl'HGHERSH, Sir Bartholomew, Chamberlain to 

King Edward III. his Speech to the Par- 
liament in 1343, concerning a Truce 
with France, . 

One of the King's Meflengers from Calais to 
the Parliament in 1347, to acquaint them 
with his Succels in France, -• ■ ■ — 

Hit Declaration to that Purpofe. . 

— Requeft for an Aid to the King. —— 

— Speech to the Parliament in 1353, concern- 

ing a Treaty of Peace. ■ . 

*— farther Speech thereupon. -. .,— 

■LRGESS, Dr. his Speech againft Deans and 
Chapters. . 



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BURGESS, Dr. his Complaint agatoft 77*. Wtbb 

for uttering Blaiphemy ■** — 

BURGESSES, when firft tk&ei, out of Towns 

Corporate, to ferve lo Parliament* and at 

whole Command. ■ — — 

Their Summons, by Royal Authority, to the 

Parliament in 1282, Form of. ■» 

_— Number for every Borough fommoned to 

the Parliament in 1307. - 
Reafons why fo many are returned by inconfi* 
derable Towns. — — 

BURGESSES not re/unt, Debate about them 
the Houfe of Commons. — — 

BURGHLEY, William, Bfc chofen Speaker to 

the Commons in 1445. - 
BURLEY, Sir Simon, impeached by the Com- 

■ mens in 1388. — - ■ — 

Charge againft him. - ■ - — 
His Plea thereto. ■ 

— Sentence and Execution. *— - — 
BURNEL, Robert, Bifap of Bath and Willi 

his Demand of the Scuts Nobility, touch- 
ing the Claim of King Edward I. to the 
Crown of Scotland ■ 

His Examination ' of the Competitors for that 

Kingdom. . ^— 1 ■ 

BURNET, Lord Bijbop, his Remarks on an Afl 

for difcharging Henry VIII. fiom certain 

Debts, withoutpaying his Creditors. 

His Account of the Reafons for fuppreffing the 
iefter Monafteries. — 

— Remarks on the Attainder and Execution of 

the Marquis of Exeter and the Countefs of 
Salijbury. - ■ ■ — ■ ■ - — 

— Account of the Reafons for fuppreffing the 

Order of St. John of Jerufalem. - - 
• ■— ■ of Queen Catherine's ConfefEori, 

touching her Incontinency. — — 
Remarks on the Aft of Attainder againft her. 

— Abridgement of the Act for fettling the Suc- 

ceffion to the Crown in (544. - - - 



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BURNET, Lard Bifisp, his Remarks en an A3 
for the Marriage of the Clergy. 
His Remarks on the Claim of the inferior Clergy 
to have Rcprcfentatives in die Houfe of 
Commons. ■ ■ ■— - ■■■■— 

— Account of the Proceedings of Queen Marfs 

Parliament in 1554. — — 

— Character of the Houfe of Commons at that 

Time. — 

BURTON, Hnrj, CUri, Reulution of die Com- 
mons for releafing him from Prifon. 
Hi* Confinement, Reafon of. — 
Account of him by Lord Clarendon. 

— — by Saundtrfan. — 

by. IVhithckt. — . 

Proceedings againft him in the Star-Chamber 

reverfed. ■ 

Refolutions of the Commons in his Favour. 
BURY, Richard, Bijhep »f Durham, his Appli- 
xation to the Parliament for an Aid to 
King Edward III. then in Franc*. 
BURY, Inhabitants ef, their Infurrcction in Fa- 
vour of Kirs Charles 1. Account of. 
Their Meflage to the ParliamentVCommiffioners 
for ceafing of hoftile Ads. — — ■ ) 

— Conditions for a Surrender. — ■■■ 
BOSSY, Sir J*bn t chofen Speaker for the Com- 
mons at the Parliament of 1 394. — 

Chofen Speaker in January,, 1397. — 

— — . Sipttmbtr, 1 397. —— 

His Petition to the King in Behalf of the Corn- 



Appointed one of the Committee on whom the 
Authority of Parliament was delegated in 

His untimely End, and how occafioned. - - 

BUTLER, James, Marquis efOrmend, and herd- 

LituUnant ef Irtland, obtains a Victory 

over the Irijh Rebels in 1642. 

How complimented by the Houfe of Commons 
on that Occafiont — — 



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BUTLER, Jamil* Marquis of Ormmd,,md Lerd- 
Lituttntmt of Inland* his Letter to Major- 
General Monro, concerning the Receipt of 
one from the King, with his Reatbns for 
going into the Setts Army at Newark. - 

His Arrival in Ire/and, in order to make Peace 
with the Rebels there, Account of. ■ 

— Letter to Sir Richard Blake on thatOccafion. 

Voted by the Parliament guilty of High Treafon. 

Lays Siege to Dublin. ■ ■ — 

Hi* Defeat by General Jems, — ■ » 

by General Cromwell at Drogheda. 

— — Remark on Cromwell's Cruelties in taking 
Droghtda. — — 

•—- Comm iffion to the BiJhop of Clogher, ap- 
pointing him General of all the King'; 
Forces in the Province of Uljler. - 

•—- Letter to the Marquis of Clanrhiard, in 
Conference of the Defeat of King 
Charles II. at Worcejler. 

I— . Introduction into the Houfe of Lords in 1660. 

Reftored to his Manors, Lands, £SV. in Inland. 

BYGOT, Rogtr, Earl of Norfolk and Earl 

Marejchal, appointed one of the Barons 

Committee to treat of an Aid for King 

Henry III. , - 

Appointed one of the Commiulonera to hold a 
Convention in the Abfence of the King. 

— — one of the Barons Comminloners to 

reform the State. — — — — 

1 one of the King's Counfel on that 

Occafion. — ■■■— — 

■ ■■' one of the Committee to fettle an 
Aid for the King. ■ ■ 

Joins an Infurre&ion again ft King Edward I. 

His Oppofition to the King at the Parliament 
in 1297. 1 

— — ■ Charter of Pardon obtain'd from the Regents. 

One of the Patriots who withstood Papal Ufur- 
pation in 1 30 1. — 






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JYGOT, Rytr, Eert «f Vtrfilt and Ear! 

Marefihmi, bis njutineua Behaviour in- 
quired into by the King. — — 
Bis Submiffion on that Occauoo. ■ 
— Method of obtaining Pan! 91. — — 
BYLANO, far Ttrifiirt, Battje of. — _ 
BYRON, Sir John, mad* .Lieutenant of the Tower. 

His Removal attempted by the Commons. 
1 — Attendance on both H«ufes required by the 

Poers. —— 

Difbbeys the Summons. •— . 

Hi» Reafbn (or io doing. — ■ 

Alters his nfind and goes to the Houfc of Peers, 
His Apology and Submiffion for his Neglect.. 
Objections agairdt him by the . Commons, — 
■ — r— by fame Merchants and 

1 Goldfmiths. * _ -*- 

Kenan his Coo uPiffioi L ■ 1 



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pADE, Jack-, heads a Rebellion in Kent, At. 

Leads his Army to Blatkktfltk. ■ ... ■* ■ 

Exhibits to the Parliament am Billa of Com- 
plaint. ■ ■ — 

Is routed by rite King's Forces, and hiroiclf flain. 

C15AR, Sir Juiixi, Bis Report to the Commons 

of the State of King Janet's Debts. - - 

CALMS, taken by King Edward III. Amu 1347, 

Appointed by Parliament to be the Staple for 
Wools. -— - ,— 

Bdieged and token by the French* Anne 1558. 

CALTHORP, Ann, Ceiattfi tf Suffix, elope 

from her Huiband, and goes into Fraau. 

Lnes there in open Adultery. -~i. .. 

Deprived of her Jointure by the Parliament on 
this Ac c ount. — *-* - • 



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CAMBDEN, Mr. his Lift of Prelates who op 
pofcd the Bill fop rcftoring the Supremao 

to the Crown. ■■ ■ ■ 

CAMBRIDGE, Town of, complained of to the 
Parliament, Amu 1381, for their Mitbe- 
haviour to the Univerfity there. 
Submit themfelves to the King's Mercy. — 

Their Punifliment, what. — 

A Parliament held there. Anno 1388. 
CAMBRIDGE, Univerfity of, petition King Hen- 
ry VIII. againft an Aa for their Diffolu- 
tion. — _ •— ■ — «■ 

Obtain their Requeft. — — . — 

Choofe George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, for 

their Chancellor. - ■ 

Its Precedence to Oxford plainly prov'd, and 

how. ■— — 

Convey their Plate to King Charles I. 

Their Petition to the Parliament, fetting forth 

their dejected State. ■ — 

w ■ ...,■■■ - ■'■ — againft being 

fequeftred. ■ 

CAMBRIDGE, Magazine in the Caftle there 
feized by Oliver Cromwell, Efq; - - 
CAMBRIDGE, Earl of. See Plantaosnet. 
CAMELL, Richard, incurs the Difplcafure of 
the Houfe of Peers. ■ — — ■ 
His Submiffion and Punifliment. — 
CAMPBELL, Marquis of ArgyU, his Speech to 
a Committee of Parliament on the Settle- 
' Bient of Religion and Peace. — — 
Appointed one of the Aflembly of Divines fit- 
ting at Wiftwnfttr on the Bufinefs of Re- 
ligion and Church Government. 

CAMPBELL, Earlot [Loudon, and Ltrd-ChanceUor 

tf Scotland, his Speech to King Charles \. 

at Newcaftie, intreating his Auent to the 

Parliament's Proportions of Peace, - '- 

His three Speeches concerning the Diipofal of 

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CAMPBELL, Earl of Louden, and Lord-Chancellor 
of Scotland, his Letter to the Englijh Com- 
miffioncrs Tent to Edinburgh in 1647. — 
His Letter to the Englijh Commiffioners, con- 
cerning their CommifEon to treat with the 
Parliament of Scotland. — . ■ — i— 

— — to Gen. Cromwell, in the Name of 

divers of the Scots Nobility, &c. declaring 
their Re'fentment at the Invafion of Eng- 
land, under the Duke of Hamilton. — 

— Rcqueft to the Houfe of Peers for Leave to 

trail (port fome Scots Soldiers. — 

— Copies of four intercepted Letters to Kii g 

Charles II. 

CANNING, Ralph, his DepoGtion againft the 
Lord-Treafurer Middle/ex, as Matter of 
the Wardrobe. — ■ _ 

CANONS, made at the Convocation In 1640, I 
voted illegal. . - ■ ■ ~ 

CANVILE, Gerhard^ his Employments under 
King Richard I. Account of. - - - 
When deprived of them. — _ ■ 1 1. 

CAPEL, Lord, deferts the Parliament and joins 
King Charles I. at York. - - ' - - 
His Excufe for not appearing at the Bar of the 

Houfe of Peers according to a Summons 
Impeachment againft him on this Account. 
Taken Prifoner at the Surrender of Cokbefier, 

Ordered to Wndfor Cattle. — 

Sentenced to Death by the High Court of Juflice, 
Judgment againft him repealed by the Conven- 
tion Parliament. — . ... 
CAPUCHIN Friers, complained of by die Com- 
mons, and for what. — — 
CAPUCHIN Friers, Order of the Parliament for 
their Banifhment, Form of. ■■■ ■■ .. 
CARDENAS, Don Atenfe, arrives in London, as 
Ambaflador from the King of Spain. 
Manner of his being admitted to an Audience 
of the Commons, Account of. 
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Vol. 
CAREY, Sir Gttrit, his Speech on a Bill for a 

Subfidy ' — — — 

CAREY, Sir Philip, his LVpofition in Favour of 

the. Lord-Treafurer Middicfcx, at his Trial 

before the Pfoufc of Lords for Bribery. 
CAREY, Ltfciuty Lord Vjfaunt Falkland* his 

Speech in Support of the Articles of Im- 



peachment againft the Lord-Keeper Finch. 

His remarkable Saying on Englijb Bifhops. 

Made Secretary of State. — — 

His Letter relating to a Safe-Conduct to a Com- 
mittee from the Parliament to the King 
at Raiding. ■ . " — — — 

Slain at the firft Battle of Nttuhury^ between the 
King and his Parliament, ■ 

CAREY, Hinry, Earl of Dover, defots the Par- 
liament and joins King Cbarkt L at 

His Excufe for not appearing at the Bar of 'the 
Houfe of Peers, according to a Sum- 
mon). — 

Impeachment againft him on this Account, Par- 
ticulars m, .,.,..■■- i -. ■ 

Judgment againft him repealed by the Conven- 
tion Parliament. — ■ — 
GARY, Hinry, Earl o/Minrmuth, his Speech on 
the King's withdrawing himfelf from Lon- 

Deferts the Parliament and joins the King at 
Yori. r 

His Excufe for not appearing at the Bar of the 
Home of Peers, according to a Summons. 

Impeachment againft him oh this Account, Par- 
ticulars Of. II I I— I T— — 

Leaves the King and goes to London. ..... 

In titles himfelf to the Parliament's- Proteflioii, 

and how. ■ ■ .. 

Judgment againft him repealed. — . — 

CARY t a%r ■John, one of the Judges who figned 

the Resolutions at Nottingham in 1387. 



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Vol 
CARY, Sir John, cfne of tne Judges who figned 
the Refolutiom at Nottingham, in 1387, 
impeached on that Account by the Com- 
mons. — - " — — ■ -■ 

Charge againft him. — — 

His Aniwer. ■- 1 ' ■ — 

How mitigated by the Interpofition of the 
BMhops. - — . — ■ ■ " ■ ■ 

HkBaiiiihmentto Ireland. — — 

— Allowance for the Expences of his Paflage, 
CARY, Jtbn, Lord Himfdnn accufed of High 

Treafoft by the Commons. - - 13 

His Requeft to the Peers on this Qccsfion. 

Seoueftred from Parliament and committed. 

His Petition concerning his Imprifonrnerrt. — 
CARLISLE, Earl tf. 9ee Hay. 
CARLISLE, a Parliament held there in 1307. 

Taken by the Setts, and on what OccaGon. - 14 

Seized upon by Sir Philip Mujgreve for King 
Charles I. 

Surrendered to the Parliament. 
CARLTON, Sir Dudley, yict-Chambirlaiit of the 
Hnvjbild it King Cbarlts I. his Speech to 
the Corrrmons cm their refenting the ttn- 
prifonment of two of their Members. 

Accules Sir Jebti Elliot of having exceeded his 
Comniiffionin the Charge againft; the Duke 
of Buckingham. — — .— 

CARMARTHEN, Mr . his Antwcr to the Com- 
mons about feizing Mr. RoUit't Goods 

for Tonnage. - — - 9 

CARK, Rshtrt, made chief Favomite and. Coun- 
cilor to King Jamtt I. — <— ^— 5 

His Title*. — — — ' 5 

Governs the King and Nation. — ' 5 

Greatly inrkhea liimfelf and impoveriflies his 
Mafler. — 

Ha Schemes for raifing Money without the Af- 
fiftancc of Parliament. — — 



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CARR, Rohert, forfeits the King's Favour, and 
loaded with Infamy and Difgrace. 

CARTE, Mr. his Account of a Letter from the 
Marquis of Ormond to the Marquis of 
Clanrickard, concerning an Application to 
the Pope in order to reftore KingCiarlei II, 
to his Crown. — ■ 

CATALOGUE of fuch Members of the Long ( 
Parliament, who held Offices contrary to 
the Self-denying Ordinance, with their 
Characters. 

CATHARINE, Daughter tf Charles VI. King 
of France, her Marriage with Henry V. 
King of England. — ■ 
Her Coronation. 

— Dowry granted by King Henry VI. — 
Marries Owen Tudor, a IVikh Gentleman. 
Her Death. 

CATHARINE, Daughter Jo Ferdinand King of 

Spain, her Marriage with Prince Arthur, 

eldeft Son to King Henry VII. - - - 

Her fhort Enjoyment of him. ■— : — 

Marries Henry his Brother. , — — 

Her Divorce. — ■■ ■■■ ■» - ■ ■■ ■ ■ 

— remarkable ExpreJSon on that Occaiion. - 
Difmifled from Court. — _ 
Cited to appear before Thomas Cranmer, Arch- 

bifhop of Canterbury. — — 

Refufes to obey the Summons. ■ 

Her Sentence. - . . ■ . .. 

CATHEDRAL Churches, ordered by the Com- 
mons to be pulled down, and the Materials 

to be fold. ■ 

CATLYN, Sir Roiert, Lord Chief Jufltet of the 
Common Pleas, appointed to execute the 
Office of Lord-Keeper at the Parliament 

CAVALIERS, whence that Name, and who 
meant by them. — ■— - 

Order of Parliament againft them. - - - 



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Vol. Pap.' 

CAVALIERS, their Name* expunged out of tbe 
Mutter- Rolls belonging to Sir Thomas 
Fairfax's Army. — 16 J72, 3 

Banifli'd from icni&n, and twentyMiksround it. 19 242 
CAVE, Mrs. Mary, her Examination concerning 
a Letter in Cyphers, which the had under- 
taken to deliver to tbe King itHoldtnby. 15 367 
CAVENDJSH, William, Earl ofNwJlU, re- 
figns the Office of Governor to the Prince 
ttWalet. . ■ - ■ - ■ 9 290 

Order of the Peers concerning hint. * - - 10:329 

Made Governor of Nrwcajlle. II 26 J 

Obliges his Tenants to take up Anns for the ■ 

King. — ■ — 11 261 

Ifliies bis Warrant tp the Sheriff and other Of- 
ficers of the County of Durham, for rai- 
ling Horfe and Foot. ■ ' ■ 1 II 26a 

Aflbciates all tbe Counties North tfYtrkjbir*. 12 79 

Marches with his Army to tbe City of Tori. 12 79, 80 

joins the Earl of Cumberland '3 Forces there.' 12 94 

Takes Todcafttr, and drives out thence tlie 

Lord Fairfax, —m-t — 1- 12 95 ' 

His Power and Succefs in the South-Weft Part 

of Yorijhirt, Account of. — — 12 270 

Obtains a Victory over Lord Fairfax's Array 

at Athirttn Moor, near Bradford. •> - 12 326 

Defeated at Marftm Moor by the Parliament's 

Forces. -»- — — 13 244 

Qujts his Charge under the King, and goes be- 
yond Sea. ' — 13244 ' 

CAVENDISH, William, Earl of Dtvmjhirt, his 
Report of tbe fourth Part of a Conference 
between the Peers and Commons, on the 
Liberty of the Subjeft. — — 8 30 to 52 

Df fcrts the' Parliament and joins King Charles I, 

at tort. — — 11 128 

His Excufe for not returning, purfuant to a Sum- 
mons. . — . — ~ — 1 1 183 

Impeachment againft him on this Account, Par- 
ticulars of. 1 — — 1 1 2(K, 6 

Judgment againft him repealed. ■ . — 1 22 268 

CECIL, 



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CECIL, miliam, Ltrd Bargblty, and Ltrd High- 

Tnafurtr, appointed one of the Commif- 

fionets to held a Parliament on Account 

of Mary Queen of Scan. - 

His Speech in the Houfe of Lords tor a Supply. 

— Account of Queen EUznbttb's extraordinary 

Charge by Means of the War with Spain. 

— Death and Chancer. — — 
CECIL, Sir Rsbtrt, hit Speech for a Subfidy. 

His Speech on a Motion for a Bill to reform 
EcdeGaftical Courts. — — 



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■ i — on a Bill for a Subfidy. - ■ 

Acquaints the Commons with the Heads of 
Lord-Keeper Egrrtm't Speech. — 

His Speech for a Subfidy. ■ ... , 

•— i relating to the Suppreffion ef Mo- 
nopolies. ■ - — . 

Made Lord High-Treafurer of England. - 

His Relation to the Parliament of the Neceffitles 
of King 'fanui I. - ■ ■ 

Prefles ftroiigly for a Supply. — 

CECIL, tVMiarn* EarttfS&ltfiurj, appointed one 

of the Parliament's Commiffioners, to 

treat with the King in the IJk tfWtgbt t 

for a National Peace. — — — 

Procures himfelf to be chofen a Member for 
Lynn in Norfelt, and took his Seat in the 
Houfe of Commons accordingly. 
CEREMONIES, Jtetigia**, fettled in the Church 

of England by a Committee of Bi (hops. 
CEREMONIAL of presenting a new Lord Mayor 
of Londtn to the Honfc of Peers for their 
Approbation. — — — — 

On CrtmwtlCs giving his Confent to Tome Bills. 

On his lying in State* and the PfncriUoti to his 
Funeral. — ■■ — ■ 



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CERTIFICATE, Fcrfn of, for admitting the 

Members oF Cnsnar/Ps third 1 Parliament 

into the Houfe. — • ■ .... 

(BAFFIN, Dr. hi* Reflection upon the Houfe 

of Commons. — ___ ^ jj 

Proceedings againft Mm on thit Account, Par- 
ticulars of. ___ in- — 9 « 
CHALJ.ONER, Thimas, Efa his Speech corn 

cerniog the Dhpofal of the King's Perfon. ii 143/4152 
CHAI.ONER', Mr. concerned in a PW agamftj 

the Parliament. — « — ? ; I2 279. 

Taken into Cuftody. — — ■ ■ 12^79 

Condemned by a Council of War, and executed. 12 324, 5 
CHAMBRE, Jab/u, joins Sir ^fAn Egrmand in a 

Rebellion againft King i&arj VII. - - 2 424, 5 
Taken Piifoner, and executed at Tari in great 

State. — — » 425 

CHAMBERS, — -, Efy; how eenforoe by the 

Houfe of Commons, and for what. - - 19 izS 
CHANCELS, Refoludons of the Commons con- 
cerning them. — — — 

- .. ■- of the Peers. - 

CHANCERY, Court ef, voted down by Cram- 
tutlTs firft Parliament. 
Debate thereon. — 

Obfervations concerning it. 



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Propofalsfor regulating oraboIiBringthaf Court. 201203/0206 
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AbflraQ of an Ordinance for regulating it. 
CHANDOS, Lard\ created Earl of Bath, Anna 

CHANTRIES, Diflblation of. — — 

Their Number at that Time* — 

Explanation of. - - ■ — 

CHARTER-HOUSE, when founded is aa-IIo- 
fpital, and by whom. — 

CHARLES I. King, when begun his Reign. - 
Marries tltnriitta Maria, a Daughter <A Franca. 
Calls a Parliament tohVtfltninfitr, Anna 1625. 
Hit Speech at opening the Seflion. -■ ■■ 

■ — Mcflage to the Commons in Favour of 
Dr. Mmtagu. — - - ■■' 

— Awwer to their Petition touching Religion, 



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3; 227 



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CHARLES I. King, adjourns the Parliament to 

Oxford for Fear of the Plague. — 

His- Speech to them there. — — 

Orders the State of his Affairs to be laid open. 

(lis AnTwer to a Petition of the Parliament for 

executing the Laws againft Papift*, and for 

advancing true Religion. — — 

— Eftatc, Account of, Anna 1625. ™— 

— Meflage to the Commons for a fpecdy Supply. 
Perceives their Backwaidriflfs in this Point, and 

diflblvee the Parliament. — . 

His Proceedings for War. — 

-... .1— — — againft Recufants. 

— — Method for railing Money for the Exigen- 
cies of the State. . . 

Calls a new Parliament to Weftminflcr in Fe- 
bruary, 1625. ■■ • —— 

Discharges the Lord-Keeper Williams from his 
Service. . 

Gives the Great Seal to Sir Thomas Coventry. 
■ His Meflage to the Hoiifc of Commons relating 
to Sir Edward Coke. — — 

— Letter to Sir Rentage Finch, in order to 

haften a Supply from the Commons. - - 

— Meflage to the lame Purpofc by Sir Richard 

Wtjm. W ^- 

— Reply to the Commons' Anftver. -r- 

— Meflage to them touching fome Reflections 

againft the Duke of Buckingham, by Mr. 

Coke and Dr. Turner. — — 

Commands the Attendance of both Houfes at 

Whitehall. r „ 

His' Speech to them there. — 

— further Speech on this Occaiioo. - - 
Defires theCommons to adjourn for a lhortTime 
His Meflage to the Lords concerning divers Of- 
fences committed by the Earl of Bri/lol. 

— Aiiiwer to a Petition of the Commons con- 

cerning Dr. Montagu. — — . 

— Charge (by the Attorney-General) againft 

the Earl of Briftol. — — — | 



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va. 

CHARLES I. King, his Meflage to die Lords 
relating to the Earl of BrtJioN Charge 
againft the Duke of Buckingham. 
Cifpleafed at them for allowing Counfel to the 

His Meflage to them on this Occafion. - 

— — to the Commons concerning fome 

new Matter of Charge againft the Duke 
of Buckingham, . ■ 

Offended at the Behaviour of the Managers for 
the Commons againft the Duke. 

His Speech to the Lords on this Occafion. 

Commits Sir Dudley Diggs and Sir "John Elliot 
to the Tower. ■ — — 

Forbids the Judges to give any Anfwer to Que- 
stions propofed to them concerning the 
Earl of Sri/M, '—— 

Difcharges Sir Dudley Diggs and Sir Jtbn Elliot 
from their Confinement. — — 

Commits the Earl of Arundel to the Tower. 

His feveral Anfwers and MelTages to the Peers,, 
relating to the Imprifonment of the faid 
Earl during the fitting of Parliament:. 

Difcharges the Earl from riifon. — — 

His Reply to an Anfwer from the Peers relating 
to the Earl of Brijlol. — 

Difcharges Mr. More from the Tower. 

His Anfwer to a Letter from the Commons, re- 
lating to the Univerfity of Cambridge. 

— Letter to Sir Heritage Fincb to haften' a Sup- 
ply from the Commons. — — 

Receives a Petition from the Lotds againft Uif 
fblving the Parliament. r— . 

His Anfwer. . — — 

Di Solves the Parliament by Commiflion in June, 
,626. 

Commits the Earl of Briftol to the Tower, and 
confines the Earl of Arundel to his Houfe. 

His Reafons for diflblving the Parliament. - - 

PubliibeB a Proclamation for the burning a Re- 
monftrance of the Commons intended to 
Jwve been prefented to him. — — 



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81 

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284, j 



299 
300 ti 309 



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to the 

V>1. Pate, 
CHARLES t. Khg % mi Methods to raife Monejr 

for the Ncccffifies of the State. — • i 
fib Targe Demand on the City of Lonisn. - - 
Requires a Loat< from hi* principal SubjeGs 

throughout ftfe Kingdom. — 

G'rteS great Difguft by this Praffice. — ^~ 
Commits divers Perrons of Rank and Quality 

ut Ffhon for refuting the Loan. - - 
His AffirM at home and abroad greatly dJftreffed. 
Rcleafes thePerfoos confined for' refafing the 

Calls a new Parliament xaWeflmnfltr in March 

His Speech at opening this Seffion. . - ' - - 

— Anfwer to a petition of Parliament for a Faft. 
Appoints a National one. — — — 
His Propofitlons to the Commons for a SuprJry. 
. — Speech 1 oil receiving a Petition fronvthe, Par- 
liament concerning Recufants. - - - 

— Anfwer to (he Petition. , — ' — 
• — Menage to the Commons in Vindication of 

himfeli" and the Duke of EuckinghaM. 

_ — to haften the Supply. 

Receives- a Menage from them' of their unani- 
mous Vote for five Subsidies. - - 

His Anfwer thereto. — — 

Ho* congratulated hereupon by the Duke of 
Bueirngham. • — — 

His- Meflage to (he Commons not to make any 
Riecels at Eqfttr. " ~-^- 

— Anfwer to a Meflage from them concerning 

tttis Affair. — 

— - furtherKTeflagetotKemtohaftentHeS'uppIy. ' 
Receives a Petition from them againfF billeting 

of Soldiers; ■ 

His Anfwer. — — — 

— Pexmiffion'td the Judges of the King's Bench 

concerning the Gentlemen impnfoned' for 

refuting the Loan. — 

^-- Speech to the Parliament touching their 
Liberties. — — — — 



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HARLES I. j£uy, hi* Mef&g* to tjie Commons 

to rely on bis Word for their Security. 
Ha feood Mcflage fotfeciB cpncci ninKtbjs Point, 
fcravet an Anfwer to his feveral Meflaflss. • 

HiiE^ly. , , *^ - 

Letter to the Lot-is confirming his PrsmMcs 
for the Security of the Subject's liberty - 

— Mefiage to tite Commons to haften the Pif- 
patca of their Petition of Right - - - - 
to the Lords, or the fame Account. 

— Anfwer to a Mefiage from (he Lords con- 
cerning their Declaration. — — r- 

Meflage to them on receiving the Petition of 



— Speech to both Hordes on this Occafion. — 

— Anf»er tp the Petition. — 

How received by the Commons. — — — 
Bit Wc%e to the Lords lp entertain no freflt 

Bufiqefs this Seffion, — — — 

- — > — to the Commons, in like Manner. 
■— ^- — to the Lords, requiring them to ad- 

* > — to the Commons, to reftrain them 

from meddling with State Affairs. — — 
Commands them to adjourn for a Day, and their 

Committees to ceafe for that Time. - - 
«Js Meflige to the Lords, commending their 

Behaviour in their Proceedings, — 
" — to the Commons, to avoid all Scaa- 

dal on hit Counfel and part Actions. - - 
™™ by the Parliament to give then a clear 

and fatisfacipry Anfwer to the Petition of 

Right. , __ _ 

™» to the Houfe of Lords, cancels his former 

Anfa«r,as>d gives a more explicit one. - 
Mls apeecb on this Occafion. — — 

— Menage to the Commons, to make his An- 

fwer as public as poffible. — * «_ 
wtsini from them a Grant for five Suhfidies. - 
w«!ts aCommiffion to fundry Lords, and others, 

fee railing Money in the Way of Excite. 



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189 




19a 




196 




196, 


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6z I N D E X to the 
Foi. 

CHARLES I. King, receives two Menages from 
. ' the Peers concerning the Commifllon of 
Excife and Dr. Mamvaring's Books of Ser- 
mons. — — — — 

His Anfwer : — m — 

Informed of the Commons' Intention to prefent a 
Re mo n ft ranee againft the talcing of Ton- 
nage and Poundage without the Parliament's 

Confenr. - , — - — — 

His 6peech to both Houfes on this Occafion. — 
Prorogues the Parliament in Difguft. ■ — 

IffiieS a Proclamation for fuppreffing Dr. Man- 

waring's Sermons. .,,.... 
■ ■--— — concerning Popifh Recu- 

•*- — i. ——- — — for apprehending Priefts, 
Jefuits, &c. who had taken Orders by the 
Authority of the See of Rente. • 

Creates Sir Richard IVtjhn a Peer of the Realm, 
and makes him Lord High-Treamrer of 

Gives the Bifhoprick of London to WiUiam 
Laud, Bifhop of Si. David's. — ■ — 

Creates Sir Thomas IVtntwortb Bartn Wtnt- 
worth, of fVtntwerth-Woodhauft. 

Grants a Pardon to Dr. Montagu, and makes 
him Bifhop of Chicbtjitr. — — 

— — — — to Dr. Manwaring. ' _ 
Sends a Fleet to relieve RochtlU, befieged by the 

Frtnch. 

Receives a Petition from the Peers, touching di- 
vers Englijh Gentlemen who had Scots and 

■ Irijb Honours conferred upon them. 

His Anfwer. — — __^_ _ 

- i — Meflage to the Common* relating to Ton' 

nage and Poundage. — 

— — Speech to both Houfes on this Occafion. ■ 
Receives a Petition from the Parliament for a Fad. 
His Anfwer. : — 

— Meflage to the Commons for expediting the 

Bill of Tonnage. . 

' ■— . fecund Meflage to this Purpofe. — ■ 



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281 



326 

327 
327 

333 

333 
333 



Parliamentary Hi/iory of England. $$ 

VqU Pap. 
CHARLES I. King, receives an Apology front 

the Commons concerning Tonnage. — — 
His Anfwer. ■ ■ ■■ . ■ " - 

- — 1 to the Commons about the Fall. 

1 — Warrant to the Cuftomers for feizing the 

Goods of fuch Pcribns who refufe to pay 

Tonnage. — - -■ ■ — 

Commands both Houfes to adjourn. — 

Orders Sir John Finch, Speaker, to adjourn the 

Houfe of Commons. 

His Menage difobcyed by the Houfe. — 
Sends for the Serjeant, who is detained. 
Dilpatches a MeiTcngcr with the Black Rod for 

the Diffoiution of the Parliament. ~ — > 
His Meflcnger denied Entrance into the Houfe. 
Is greatly en raged, and threatens to force the Door. 
Goes to the Houfe of Lords foon after, and dif- 

folves the Parliament. — _ _ 
His Speech on this Occafion. — — — -— 

— Proclamation. ... .-■■ — ■ -■■ — 

— Declaration of the Caufcs which moved him 

to duTolve the Parliament. — — 

Hues out a Proclamation for apprehending Wal- 
ter Long and William Stroud, Efqrs. Mem- 
bers of the Houfe of Commons. - - - 

Rdolves to profecutc thefe and other Members in 
the Star-Chamber, for their contemptuous 
Behaviour in the Houfe. - 

Orders all the Judges to be fummoned on this 
Account. - * - 

His Warrant for detaining William Strtt/dia the 
King's Bench Prifon. - 

Removes him and the other Members to different 
Prifbns. - 

His two Letters to the Judges on this Occafion. 

— Conference with two of them about the 

Gentlemen in die Tower. - 

— Proclamation again ft falfe Rumours. - 
Makes Sir Dudley Diggt Mailer of the Rolls. - 
— -- Mr. Nay Attorney-General. - 
•—• Mr. Littleton Sollicitor. ... 



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333. * 
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335 "35* ' 



356 

356 
356 
369 

37* 

372» 



374 

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Vol. 
CHARLES I. King, eflaUifhee a firm Peace 
with the Crowns of Frgtut th&'Spam. 

His Methods to raifc Money independent of 
Parliament. — ■ ...■■ : . 

Commeaces a Suit agai-nft John Hombden, Efq; 
for refuting to pay Ship-Money. — 

Introduces the EngUJb Liturgy into Scotland. 

Occafions 2 general Refentment and Rebellion 
of the Setts on this Account. • 

Bis Proceedings and Expedition, in order to re- 
duce that People to Peace and Subjection. 

Appoints the Marquis of Hamiltm his Com 
miffiocer ts treat with the Scots. 

Creates Lord Wentwortb Earl of Strafford, and 
conftitu tes him Lord- Lieutenant of Inland. 

Appoints Ifitliam Laud Abp. of Canterbury. 

Calls a Parliament, which net atfPtjfiminfier 
April, 1640. — 

His Speech to them. , ■ — 

Makes Sir ?*<** Finch Lord-Keeper. 

His further Speech to the Parliament on {hewing 
them a Letter from the Scott to the French 
King. ■ . — 

Commands the Commons to attend him at 
Whitehall, to hear a Speech from the Lord - 
Keeper. 

His Speech to the Lords concerning the Refo- 
lution of the Commons to prefer Grie- 
vances to the Supply. 

— Meffoge to the Commons to haften a Supply. 
farther Meflage to the fame Purpofe. • 

— Rcqucfts trifled with by the Commons. 
Commands their Appearance is the Upper 

Houfe. — 

His Speech to the Lords on this Occafion. 

Diflblves the Parliament. 

His Declaration of the Reafons for this fiidden 

DHIblution. - ■ ' 

Places a Guard about Wejlminfttr Abby for the 

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CHARLES I. King, raifes an Army. — 
Fights the Scots at Nwuburn, and is defeated, 
Lofes Newca/t/i and Durham. -* — 
Borrows Money of the Spanijh Merchants and 

others. — •— 

hSa in the dcfenlive Way only. 
Driven to great Diftrefs. — - 

Goes to Tart. ■■ — 

Receives h Petition from feveral Peers, deiiring 

a new Parliament to be called. - - 

— ■■■ - i ■ from the Citizens of London 

to the fame Purpofe, — ■ - ■ 

• ■' - - ——— from the Scott Commiffioners. 
Convenes a great Council of Peers to Tori. 
His Anfwer to the Petition of the Scots. - 

— Writ for fummomng the Peers in Council 

at Tort. 

— Forces at Tori, Number of, during the 

Convention of Peers there. — 

— Speech at the Convention. — 
Appoints Commiffioners to treat with the Scots 

at Ripen. 

Removes the Treaty to London-, and fubjecls the 
Country to the Payment of 850/. a-day 
till all was concluded. ■ 

His Reafons for this Proceeding. — — 

Returns to London, and calls a Parliament to 
meet in November t 1640. — — 

His Speech to both Houfes at opening this Par- 
liament. — — 
■ to the Lords. — •— 

— Refolutions concerning Popifh Recu&ntt 

and the Tower fignifted to the Lords. 
Defired by the Commons to permit them to 
enter into Debate on his Revenue and 

Expences. — — 

Grants their Requeft. — — ' 

Appoints Sir Edward Littleton Lord Chief Ju- 
stice of the Commons Pleas to lit as 
Speaker in the Houfe of Lords, inftead of 
the Lord-Keeper Finch. - - 

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CHARLES I. AVay, reprieves?. Goldman, a Semi- 
nary Prieft, condemned for High Trcafon. 

Contents to an Alteration in the Judges Patents. 

His Speech to both Houfes, relating to the Di- 
ftradions in the Government. 

— Anfwer to a Remonftrance of the Parliament 

concerning Jefuits and Seminary Priefts. - 

*»— Speech to the Lords concerning the Marriage 
of Prineefs Mary with the Prince of Orange. 

■— to both Houfes, on occauon of a Bill for 
Triennial Parliaments. — — 

Gives the Royal Aflent to this Bill. 

Obtains a Grant of four Suhfidies. — — 

Gives great Joy to the Lords and Commons 
by pairing the Triennial Bill. — — 

Creates the Lord-Keeper Littleton Baron of 
Mounjlov). — — — 

Goes to the Houfe of Peers to hear the Charge 
againft the Earl of Strafford. — — 

HisOner to them with regard totheForeftLaws. 

Appoints Henry Rich, Earl of Holland, • to dif- 
band the Armies, ■ ■ 

His Speech to both Houfes about removing Pa- 
pitta from the Court, disarming them ac- 
cording to Law, and difbanding the Irijh 

— ■ in favour of Lord Strafford. - 
Marries his Daughter, the Lady Mary, to the 

Prince of Orange. — ■■ — .■ ■ ■ 

' Gives great Offence to the Commons by his laft 

Speech to both Houfes. ■ — 

Prefled by both Houfes to give his Aflent to the 

Bill of Attainder againft the Earl of Straf- 

His great Perplexity about it, Account of. - - 
Grants a Commiffion for giving the Royal Aflent 
to this Bill, and another lor continuing the 
prefent Parliament. ——— ■■ — 

Cenfurcd by the Public for paffing thefe Bills. - 
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CHARLES I. King, bis Letter to the Peers for 

faving the Karl of Strajfird't Life. 9 

Denied this Requeft. — , , , « 

His Converfation hereupon with a Committee of 

Peers who brought this Denial, 
Solicited by them to extend bis Favour to the 

Earl's Lady and Children. 
Give* die Royal Aflent to 



Bill for the Relief 

of his Army, &t. 

h to a Bill for the better 

levying of Mariners. ' — — — 

ting of Mltbailmas Term. - - • 
Obtains from the Commons a Grant of Tonnage 

and Poundage. ... — 

His Anfwer to both Houfes on receiving a Bill for 

Tonnage and Poundage. ... • o . — 

Requefied by the Peers to disband fome Engllfi 

Regiments. ,. * 

His Anfwer. — 

Rcfolves to take a Journey into Scotland. — 
RequeftedbytheParliimenctodcfer it for awhile. 

His Anfwer. — 

' — Menage to the Lords on this Occafion. 
Requefted by both Houfes not to confer Titles of 

Honour for Money. — — 

Gives the Royal Allen! to a Bill for a Poll-Tax. 
His Speech to both Houfes. — — 

Gives the Royal Aflent to a Bill for abolifhing 

the Star-Chamber Court. — — 

•*—• • — ■—- to a Bill for taking away 

the High Comraiffion Court. ... — — 
His Manifesto in favour of the Elector Palatini. 
■ — Anfwer to an Addrefs of Parliament concern- 
ing his Manjfefto in Behalf of the Palatini 

Family. _ — 

■- ' — to the third and the tenth Proportions 

concerning the Removal of Counfellors. - 
Obtains from the Parliament a Bill for Tonnage 

and Poundage. — — . r 

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CHARLES I. King, his farther Anfwcr rclMing 

to the third Head of the Proportions. 
Gives his Aflent to fome additional Propofiti 

of the Commons. . — 

Appoints Robert, Drvenux, Earl of EJfex, to be 

Captain -Gen era! South of Trim. — — 
Gives the Royal Aflent to fundry public and 

private Bills. - , — 

Receives a Petition from both Houfes for flaying 

his Journey a Fortnight longer. 

His Anfwer. — 

Panes an A3 of Pacification with the Scats. 
Gives the Royal Aflent to fome more Bills. 
Takes his Leave of the Parliament and fets oat 

for Scotland. — — ■ 

His Letter to Edward Littleton, Lord-Keeper, 

concerning the Scots Treaty. - - - - 
Refines to grant a Com million, to the Parliament's 

Comminioners fent dpwn into Scotland to 

fee the Scots Treaty executed, - 
His Reafons for this Denial. 

— Letter to the Lord-Keeper LittUttn about 

his Return into England. ■ — 

Makes his public Entry into London on his Re- 
turn from Scotland. • 

Difmifles the Parliament's Guards. 

His Anfwcr to a Petition for the Continuance 
thereof. - ■ 

Obtains a farther Grant of Tonnage and Poun- 
dage. — 

His Speech to both Houfes on his Return from 
Scotland. -— 

— Meflage to the Lords concerning the Treaty 

with the Scots on the Irijh Affairs, and the 
Reprieve of fome Popifh condemn'd Priefts. 

Appoints a Number of Watchmen for a Guard 
to both Houfes of Parliament in order to 
prevent Riots. — 

His Speech relating to the Rebellion in Ireland, 
■ and to a Bill for preffing of Soldiers. - • 



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CHARLES I. King, his Anfwer to the Commons' 
Petition which accompanied their Remon- 
strance of the State of theNation. 

His Declaration in Anfwer to the above Remon- 
flrance. ___ _, , 

— Speech to both Houfes in Anfwer K» the Par- 

liament's Jaft Remonftrance. 

— Anfwer to a Petition of the Parliament con' 

cerning tfie Earl of Newport. — 

1 — Menage to the Lords for railing Volunteers 

for the Relief of Ireland. _^_ 

Receives a Petition from the Commons for a 

Guard. 

Mil Anfwer, — — _ 

Cousmands Edward Herbert, Elqj his Attorney- 
Genera], to accufe Edward Montague, 
Lord Kimbolton, Denzil Holla, £fq ; and 
fome other Members of the Houfe of Com- 
mons, of High Treafon. — ■ — 10 
Hii Articles againtt them. 

— Menage to the Commons for delivering up 

to his Serjeant at Arms the accufed Mem- 
Denied this Requeft, — _. 
Goes himfelf to the Commons' Houfe with a Mi- 
litary Guard to demand them. — — 
hii Speech on this Occafion. — — 

— Queniona to the Speaker about the accufed 

Members. . 

jjfttives from him an extreme odd Anfwer. - - 
Hi) going to the Houfe voted by the Commons a 

Breach of Privilege. — — - 

*tqairca the Affiftance of the Common Council 

of London in apprehending the accufed 

Members. — — —»-. 

f" a Proclamation for taking them. - - . 
Removes himfelf and Family from London on Ac- 

count of Tumults. — — — 10 196 
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CHARLES I. Jftag-.hiiAnfwerto the Parliament 
concerning a Bill for giving Power to both 
Houfes to adjourn to any Place. - - - 
His Anfwer to an Order concerning the Maga- 
zine at Hull. — 

~— Declaration for postponing the proceedings 
againftthe accufed Members. - - - - 

— Menage to the Parliament concerning this 

Bufinefs. — — 

Commands the Earls of EJftx and Holland to 
attend him at Hamplon-Caitrt. - 

His Orders di fobey ed , by the Interpofition of the 
Houfe of Lords. - — 

— - Letter to the Peer;, relating to an Order of 
that Houfe about the Prince of IVaUs. 

• — kind Meflage to both Houfet for tht fpeedy 
Settlement of Grievances. ■ ■ 

Receives a Petition from the Lords and Com- 
mons to expedite the Trials of the accufed 
Members. ■ - 

His Anfwer thereto. ■■ 

r— Letter to Lord- Keeper LUtUttn concerning 
a new Bill for Tonnage and Poundage. 

— Meflage to the Peers on paffing this Bill by 

Com mi Dion. . — — 

mm- Anfwer to a Petition of the Commons con- 
cerning the Tower, Forts, and Militia. 

Gives the Royal Aflent, by Conraiffion, to art 
AS for raifing Sailors. - 

Requefted by both Houfes to give his AtTent to 
the Bill for talcing away the Bifhops' Votes, 

His farther Anfwer to them concerning the 
Forts and Militia. ~ — — 

— - Anfwer relating to the accufed Members. 

— Meflage, as -to the Queen and Princefs of 

Orangt. — . . - ■ 

•—- Anfwer to the Parliament's Requefr for paf- 
fing the Bill to take away the Bifhops' Votes. 

— Menage to the Peers complaining of a Paf- 

fage in Mr. Pymme'i Speech on Grievances. 

Appoints. Sir John Culiftptr Chancellor of the 

Exchequer. ■ .... ■ 



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Vol. Page. 
CHARLES I. King, appoint* Lueitu Carey, Lord 

Vifcount Falkland, Secretary of State. - - 
Appoints Sir* "John Conytrt Lieutenant of the 

Tower, at the Defue of the Commons. 
Give) the Royal Aflent to a Bill for impreffing 

Soldiers. ■■■ • -i— ~ 

■ — to a Bill for taking away 

the Bifbops' Votes. — 10 292 

His Menage to both Houfes on this Occalion. 10 294, 5 

— Anfwer to the Parliament's Addrefs of 

Thanks for paning thefe Bills. — ■ .. — 10 300 

— — ... .- to their Meflage about the Militia. 10 30S 

— Reply to an Anfwer of the Commons con- 

cerning Mr. Pymnu't Speech relating to 

Panes into Ireland. — *- — 10 314*0317 

— Letter to Thomas Howard, Earl Btrijbir 

requiring his Attendance in Parliament. - 10 317 
Gives Difguft to the Lords by it. — —10 318 
Hit Anfwer to a Meflage of trie Parliament about 
the Removal of the Prince of Welts from 
Hampton-Court. — — — — 

•— final Anfwer concerning the Ordinance 
about the Militia. - — _.- — — 

Receives a Meflage from the Parliament, decla- 
ring their Refolution to difpofe of the Mi- 
litia without him. .. — — — 10 326/4328 
Hi) Reply. —■-,.. . „ 10 328, 9 

— Letter to the Lord -Keeper Little tan, excu- 

sing the Attorney- General in the Affair of 
Lord Kimbtlten, ffe. — ■ ■■ ■ — 

— - Speech to a Committee of Lords and Com- 
mons at Newmarht, on their prefenting 
a Declaration of Parliament, fetting forth 
the Caufes of their Fears and Jealouiies. 

— Converfatton with the Committee on this 

Occalion, Narrative of. — — 10 356, 

— Menage from Huntingdon to the Lords, con- 

cerning Ireland and the Militia. - - 10 366/0368 
Gives the Royal Aflent, by Commimon, to a 
Bill for the fpcedy reduc iig the Rebels in 
Inland, — . - 1 - 10 573 

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CHARLES I. King, removes to Yak.- 
t His Anfwcr to the Commons' Reply as to Mr. 
Pymme's Speech. ' — — — - ■ ■ 

— , - to a Petition of the Peers for remo- 

ving Sir John Pennington from the Com- 
mand of the Fleet. — — 

— — m i — to the Parliament's Declaration pw- 

fcnted at Newmarket. •• • — 

— y- Objections to palling a Bill for clearing Lord 
Kimboltan. and the Five accofcd Members. 

Gives the Royal Aflent , by Commiffion, to a Bill 
for railing Money for the Service of Eng- 
land and Ireland, and for the Payment of 
their Debts. — — — 

Summons the Earl of EJJitx, and fome other Lords, 
to attend him at Tori. — — 

His Commands, difobeyed by a Vote of that 
Houfe. 

-—- Meflage to the Lords far fending into Ire- 
land the Earl of Lekifttr, Lord-Lieutenant 

Denied this Requeft. — — — 

Pafles, by Comrmffion, another Bill for Tonnage 
and Poundage. . ■- — — — — 

His Reply to the Parliament's Anftrer to his Mcf- 
fage irom Newmarket. ■ — 

• — Anfwer ol Denial to a Petition of Parliament, 
concerning their Nomination of the Earl of 
Warwick to command the Fleet. - - - 

»■— Menage to the Lords, purporting his Inten- 
tion to go into Ireland, in order to fupprefs 
the Rebellion there. — -■ 

U— Letter to Robert Devereun, Earl of 

commanding his Attendance at York, or to 
quit his Office of Lord- Chamber lain of the 
Houihold. — — 

Require- alio the Attendance of Henry Ri 

Earl of Hal/and, or to quit his Office of 
Groom of the Stole, ■. 

His Menage to the Parliament concerning the 
Magazine at Hull. — — 



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CHARLES I. Khg, his Anfwcr to a Petition 
of Parliament againft his going to Inland. 

His Meflage of Complaint to the Peers againft 
a feditious Paper, touching the Nature of 
Allegiance. ■ ■ . ■ 

Receives a Petition from Tome Yorkjkirt Gentry, 
for the Continuance of the Magazine at 
Hull. — 

Goes to Hull to view the Magazine there. 

Denied Entrance into the Town by Sir John 
Hotham, Governor there. - 

Hit Menage of Complaint to the Lords on this 
OccaQon. ■ ■ - ■ — — ■ ■ . 

•— fecond Meftage to them for Satisfaction 
againft Sir John Hotham. - 

— Rcsfonsfor refufing to pafs the Militia- Bill. 

•— Anfwer to the Parliament's Votes and De- 
clarations, touching Sir Jthn Hotham and 
the Town of Hull. — — 

Forbids the Inhabitants of Yarkjbirt to obey any 

Summons of Parliament. — — 

His ReaJbn for this Prohibition. — — 

— Reply to the Parliament's Anfwer, touching 
I Sir y»bn Hotham* s Affront. - - - 

Kefufes to pafs a Bill for levying Men for the 
Service of Ireland. — 

His Realbns. ■ — 

The Form of his Oath ordered by the Com- 
mons to be confidered. . 

His Speech to the Gentry and Freeholders of the 
| County of Yeri, in May, 1642. 

— Anfwer to fuch of the Yorkjkirt Gentry who 

confentcd to bis .Propoiitions for a Guard. 
! — — — to thofe who oppofed it. - - 

to a Petition of the Freeholders. 

Propofes to adjourn the next Term to York. 
His Intentions fruftrated by the Lords. - 
Commands the Attendance of Philip Skippon, 

Serjeant- Major- General of die London 
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CHARLES I. King, his Order to the Gentry, Wv. 
to appear at York with their Horfe for a 
Guard. 

His Warrant to the Coafiables to bring in Sir 
Rthtrt StrjtJUand'i Regiment of Trained 
Bandi. ' — 

'*— Letter touching this Bufinefi. - 

np- Proceeding* at ftrk, about a Guard for his 
Perfon, declared by the Parliameat to be 
an Intention to make War againft them. 

■»- Anfwer to the Parliament's Taft Declara- 
tion concerning the Militia. 

■ t —— to their Remonftrance againft the 

Mifcarriagct of Government, W c. - 
■— Warrant, Form of, forbidding Obedience 
to an Order of Parliament. — — 

— Anfwer to the Parliament's Petition about 
' raifing a Guard for his Perfor. - ■ 

i i ■■■ — ■' to their Remonftrance concerning 
the Affair of Hull, &c. — _ 

— - farther Proceedings at York, Account of. 

— Declaration to the Clergy, Freeholders, &c. 

aflembled at Htwtrth Moor. ... 

■» -Proclamation againft the Ordinance for 
raifing the Militia. — — — 

■— Letter to Lord Wilkughiy of Parbam, con- 
cerning his railing the Militia in Lincdn- 
Jhirt for the Parliament. 

Proceedings of the Parliament to raife Money, 
tfc. to carry on a War againft him, Ac- 
count of. ■■■— 

His Declaration to the Peers at Ytri, and others 
of bis Privy-Council there. — 

■ -t— difavowing any Intentions of 
raifing War againft the Parliament. - - 

— . farther Declaration to the lame Purpofe. 
Iflues a Comminion of Array for muttering 

Forces. — ■ 

His Letter to the Mayor and Citizens of Landsn, 

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Vol. fa v , 
CffARI.ES I. King, his Commiffion of Array i 
voted illegal. - ■ — — 

His Reply to an Anfwer of the Parliament, con- 
cerning his Letter to the Mayor and Citi- 
zens of London. — — ■ \\ 126/0 23J 
Abftra& of his Anfwer to their Nineteen Propo- 

fitions. — — — — — 11 234, 24} 

His Anfwer to their Petition in Behalf of fome 

Tori/bire Gentry, — — — n 245,^254 
Procures his Commifiton of Array to be pro- 
claimed in London. ■ ■ i ij 264 

Difcharges the Earl of Northumberland from be- - 

rag Lord High-Admiral of the Fleet. — 11 264, 5 
His proclamations, (s'c forbid by the Parlia- 
ment to be published. - 1 1 267 

— Preparations for beficging Hull, Account of, n 370 

Grants fundry CommilEons for railing Horfe. 1 1 280 , 

Refolvcs upon an Attempt to recover Hull. - 1 1 290 * 

Ha Menage lo the Parliament thereupon. — 11 290, 1 

— Proclamation to this Purpofe. - - - II 191/(129$ 
Uji Siege to Hull. — .,—,.. n jo^ 

His Anfwer to the Parliament's Committee at 

Beverley, touching an Accommodation. u jn 

— . to their Petition for that Purpofe. n 311/J3I1 

Adrifed to foften this laft Anfwer. — 1 1 322. 

His Reaforu to the contrary. 1 1 322 M 32$ 

— CommUfion of Array declared illegal by the 

Parliament. . -1 .. n 325 

f~ Refentmcnt againft Henry Grty t Earl of 

Stamford, and his Adherents. - - - 11 329 

— Forces in the North, State of, in July 1642. 11 329 
Proclaims the Earl of Ejftx and all his Ad- 
herents Rebels. — —— II 369 

Prohibits Popifh Recufrnts from joining his Ar- 
my. — —- 11 37a 

Ins Menage to the Commons concerning the 

Supplies for Ireland. — ,— _— n 373 

Withdraws his Forces from Hull. - - - 11 381 
His Affairs in Ttrkfiire, State of, in Aug. 1642. 11 381/0386 
Denied iininuice into Co ventry. ~ - - II 303 
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CHARLES I. King, withdraws his Forces from 
Coventry arid goes to Nottingham. 

Erefts his Standard there. — — 

His Meffage to the Houfc of Lords for Peace. 

«— - Reafons for fending it, — — 

<—- fecond Meffage to the Lords for Peace. 

■— third Meffage to the fame Purpofe. 

Removes to Shrew/bury, — 

. Jlis Speech at the Head of his Army in Sep- 
tember, 1642. "— — — 

—- Proteftation,at the fame Time. 

Appoints the Karl of Cumberland General of 
his Forces in Torkjhiri. 

His Anfwer to the Parliament's Protcltation in 
October, 164a. ' 

— Revenues feized by the Parliament. 
■— Indemnity to fuch of their Officers and Sol- 

* diers as ihould lay down their Arms. 

— ■ Safe-Co nduft for admitting a Committee of 
theirs to attend him with a Petition for 
Peace. ■ 

Objects againft Sir John Eveiin, one of the Com- 
miffioners for this Purpofe. - 

His Objection refented by both Houfes, and how. 

— Anfwer to their Committee on prefenting 

the Petition. — — — — 

■— to the Petition, — 

— Menage to the Lords in Parliament con- 

cerning the Marching of his Forces to 
Brentford. — — ■ . ... , - 

Attacks fome Regiments there belonging to the 
Parliament. ■ — — 

Propofes to adjourn Michaelmas Term in 1642, 

His Proclamation for that Purpofe. 

— Meffage to his Privy-Council of Scotland, in 

Anfwer to a Declaration of Pwliamen * 
calling in the Scots to their Affiftance. 

— Reply to the Parliament's Anfwer concern- 

ing the Affair at Brtntford. - - - - 
^— Succcts in the Engagement there, fome Ac- 
count of. — ■■■ . ■ 1 



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CHARLES I. King, his Declaration, in Anfwer 

to the Parliament's feveral Ordinances for 

aueffing Non-Contributors to their Arm j. 

His Anfwer to their laft Petition. 

Mucbes his Forces to Oxford. — — 

His Anfwer to a Petition from fomc Officers in 

bis Army in Inland. 

— Proceedings againft Col. Liiiurit, taken Pri- 

foner at Broniford. — — — — 

Rcfpttes his Execution, on Account of a threat- 
ening Declaration from the Parliament. 
His Anfwer to a Petition from the City of Lon- 
don for Peace. ■ — ■ 

— Letter to the Sheriffs of London, requiring 

them to publifh the faid Anfwer. — 
Adjourns Hilary Term in 1642 to Oxford. 
Hit Reafons for tiiis Removal. — 

— Proclamation to this Purpofe fupprefled by 

an Ordinance of Parliament. - - • 

— Anfwer to their Commitfioners, who pre- 

fented him with fome Proportions for Peace. 

to the Proportions. 

— Menage to the Parliament, touching a Cef- 

fation of Arms. — — ,. 

Petitioned by them to put off the Lent Affizes 

for 1642. ■ 

His Anfwer of Denial. ■— — - 

— Proclamation againft fome Counties aiTocia- 

ting againft him. - , ■ . 1 ... 

— Anicles for a CefTation of Arms. 

— Exceptions againft the Lord Soy, as a Com- 

mimoiicr for the Oxford Treaty. — 

— Meflage to the Parliament relating to the 

CefTation. ■ 1 ■■■ 

— — ■ ■ — containing fome Ex- 
ceptions to their laft Articles of Ceffation. 

■ ■■ ■ — pointing out the 

Means for a fpeedy Peace. — — 

— — • ■ concerning the 

Relief of Ireland. 

• — Troops complained of for plundering. - - 



71 
Pit. 

64 to 72 
76. 7. » 
79 

«3,4 

98.9 

99, too 

122/0127 



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"73 
'73.4 



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2 5». 3. 4 

259, 60 

CHARLES 



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7 S INDEX 

CHARLES I. King, Ms Menage to the Parlia- 
ment, requiring an Anfwer to his late Pro- 
poGtions for Peace. — — ■ 

His Loft at the taking of Waktfieli by the Par- 
liament's Forces, Account of. - - 

*-- Proclamation forbidding Obedience to the 
Parliament, and for inviting the Members 
to him at Oxford, ■ ■ - 

"The remarkable good Succefs of his Armies in 
the Norm and Weft. 

His Declaration to the whole Kingdom on this 
Occafion. ... i. ■ > 

- Dangerous Pofitions published agaiiift him, Par- 

ticulars of. ' ... . 

- Lays Siege to the City of Glouetfttr, 

His Palaces protected by the Parliament from 
being plundered. . » — 

RaJfes the Siege of Gloutijitr. * ■ ■« 

His whole Revenue, &c fequeftred" by Parlia- 
ment, i i -■- i 

Agrees to a Ccflation of Arms with the Irifl> 
Rebels. : 

His Name and Authority greatly abufed by the 
Stott, Inftance of. — 

— Letter, Abftratt of, to the Privy-Council of 

Scotland oiKthis Occafion. - 
n — ■ ■ to the Sects Council of State againft 

marching their Army into England. —» 
Creates Sir Ralph Hapten a Peer. - - - 
Calls a Convention of Members of both Honfes 

to meet him at Oxford. - - - 
His Proclamation for this Purpofe, Form of. 

— Letter to the City of London, relating to a 

Treaty of Peace between him and the City. 

— Speech to the Peers and Commons at open- 

ing the Convention. ■■ 

— fecond Speech to them. — — — 
S— Letter to the Parliament at Weflnunfttr t de- 

defiring a Treaty for Peace. - 
■*— Privy-Seal for borrowing Money, Copy of. 



to. thi 

Vol. Page, 



263, * 
*75» 6 



3031*311 



33° '*3 V 



372, 
375 



392 
393 



447. * 
477 

486 
4»5» 



46 11 4 
55.6 



65, 6 

_ 84, 5. ' 
CHARLE! 



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Vol. Pagt, 

tkion ofl | 

rd. — 13 Ii6rtii8 

- - - 13 II*«I2« 

lAjfJi anil I 



Parl'tamntary Wftory of EmglabD, 
FA 
CHARLES I. Xing, his Anfwer to a Petition 
the Lords and Commons at Oxford. 
His Speech to them at their Reccfs. 

— younger Children, the Lady Elizabeth and 

the Duke of lork, forcibly detained at St. 

Jamti's by the Parliament. - - - - 
Orders fome Forces from Inland to his Amft- 

ance againft the Scott. — 
His great Defeat at Selby by the Parliament's 

Forces, Account oft — — 

— Proclamation for the better Maintenance of 

his Ganifon at Oxford. — 

— Succefs againft the Parliament's Forces at 

Crepredy- Bridge. — — ___ 

— Menage for Peace on that Occafion. - - 

— great Defeat at Adarjlan Moor, Account of. 

— Letter to the Karl of EJfex relating to Peace. 
Obtains a complete Victory over the Earl of 

EJfix'a Forces in Cornwall. 
His Letter to the Elector Palatini, concerning 
his coming into England. ■ i. 

— Meflage to the Parliament for Peace. - ■ 

— fijft Anfwer to the Parliament's new Pro- 

poutions for Peace. — — 

— farther Anfwer to them, — 
Appoints a Faft on Account of the Treaty at 

Uxbridgt. . 

Bis Treaty with the Parliament proves abortive, 

— Succefs on opening the Campaign in 1645. 
The Situation of bis Army at this Time, Ac- 
count of. — — 

His Army intirely routed by Sir Tbsmat Fairfax. 
at Notify. — !■■ 11 — 

Lofea his Cabinet there. ■ 

His bad Situation on this Defeat, Particulars of. 

— Letters taken from him ttNafiiy, fome Ac- 

count of, with the Parliament's Obferva- 
tions thereupon. 

— Children at St. Jamti'ty how provided for 

by the Parliament. — 

— bad Succefs near Cbefttr t Account of. 



»7*> 3» ■* 
74. S» 6 



'3 


*3J 


■3 


*34. S 


■5 

'3 


»42. 3 
»3. 4 


'3 


276 


13 


n* 


'3 


283 


13 


336. 7 


■3 


3*9 


■3 


39» 


'3 


412 


13 


49° 


'3 


♦93 


'3 


J°7 


■3 


520 


'3 


522 



27 

62 to 65 
CHARLES 



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N . D E 



CHARLES I. King, efrtpes with a eonfiderable 

Body of Horfc to Newark. - * 
. His bad Succefs at Sherburne and Tiverton, Ac- 
count of. — 

— Letter to the Marquis of Ormtnd, felting 
forth his diftrefled Condition, and requi- 
ring a fpeedy Supply of Men* Artillery, 
ana Ammunition from Inland, - - - 

— to Prince Ruptrt on the fame Sub- 
ject 

— . - — to the Marquii of Ormtnd,' for ad- 
mitting the Marquis of Clanrickard a Pi i- 
vy-Courriellor in Inland. — — 

ing Com millions to the Roman Catholics 
in that Kingdom. — ■ 

the Concluiicn of a Peace there. 

— - Affairs reprefented by an anonymous Letter 
from Newark. — ■ . 

Difcharges Prince Rupert from his Service, and 
on what Account. 

His Meffage in December, 1645, to the Parlia- 
ment for Peace. . ■ 

— fecond and third Meffages of this Month 

to the fame Purpofe. — 

< — Meffage to both Houfes on the Receipt of 

an Anfwer to his two firft Meflages of this 

Month for Peace. — — — 

— fifth Menage for Peace, before his receiving 

the Parliament's Anfwer to his two laft. 
— - fixth Menage, requiring an Anfwer to all 

his former. ■ ■ -— ■ ■ 

Appoints his Son, the Prince of tPalety General 

of all his Forces in England. — 

His Reply to the Parliament's laft Anfwer. 
•— Meffage to both Houfes, in Vindication of 

himfelf againft a Charge of entering into 

a Treaty with the Irtjb Rebels in i645> 

with farther Propofals for Peace. I j^. 

How ju dined f rQi n the above Charge by Lord 

Clarendon, ■ ■ . | T ^ 



to the 

Vol. Pag< t 



9S»6» 



98, 9 



U 60 
'»9»9< 



106, 7, J 



2iz 
215031; 



228**23: 



2 33 
CHARLES 



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Parliamentary Wjlory of Engla 

CHARLES I. King, his remarkable Commiilion 
granted to the Earl of Glamorgan in 1644. 
His farther Menage for Peace. - 

— MefTage for Peace again repeated, and 

what Manner. ■ . — 

Orders of Parliament concerning him, in Cafe 

he attempted to go to London. 
His diftrefled Condition, Account of. ■ ■ 
Leaves Oxford in Difguife. ■ — 

Throws himfelf into the Hands of the Scots Ar- 
my before Newark. • ■ --■- 
Commands the Surrender of that Town to the 

Parliament's Forces. — *- 
Conveyed to Neutcafllt by the Scots. 
His Letter from thence to the Parliament. — 
' ■ to Sir Thomas GUmbam 

to furrender Oxford. 

» ■■ ■ ' ' to the Parliament of 

Scotland. _ 

■ ■' to the City of London. 

*-■ "— — ^— to the Marquis of Or- 

maud. Lord -Lieutenant of Ireland, con- 
cerning his Reafons for going to the Scots 

— -— — ■ ■ ■- to the Parliament, for a 

fpeedy Difpatcli of their Proportions for 
Peace to him. ■■■■ ■ ■ ■■ ■ 

— Order for furrendering all his Garrifons. 

— Letter to the Marquis of Ormond, forbidding 

any further Treaty with- the Irifk Rebels. 

— intercepted Letter to the Prince of Wales in 

the Ifle of Jerfey. 

— Affairs in England, State of in June, 1646. 

— Anfwcr to a Petition from the Scots Army 

at NeweaflU. 

_ to the Parliament's Requeft of fur- 
rendering up all bis Garrifons in Ireland. 

— - public and private Seals, how difpofed on 

by the Parliament. 

— - Anfwerto the Parliament's oewPropoutions 

for Peace, prefented at NewcafiU. — 

•*■ Reafons for not aflenting thereto. — — 

■ F 



Nfi. Si 

Vol. Page. 



3°+. 5 
i 3"i 
t >3.'7 

376 
376 

38i 

387 
404 
405, 6, 7 



407, 8, 9 
425 



4+8,9 
449 



461 
478,9 

*4 

49* 5Q 

50, 3. 4 

«■•' 

CHARLES 



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82 I N D E ' X to the 

Vol. 
CHARLES I. King, his going into Scotland op- 

pofcdby fheCommillioners of the General 

Aflembly of the Kirk, and how. 

Refolution of the Scoti Parliament againft him. 

Particulars of. •■ 

His Mcf&ge thereupon .to the Parliament at 

Wtfimtnfier. 

— Removal from NewcaftU to Haldenby Houfe 

in Narthampttnjbirty determined by the 

Parliament. - ■ ■■ ■ ■■— 

-—- Children at 5/. James's, State of in Decern 

ber 1646. ■ — 

Information againft him, touching an Attempt 

to make his Efcape from Ntweafttt. ■ — 
His Letter to the Parliament, concerning their 

Vote for his Removal to Heldtnby. — 
— - Queries to the Parliament's Commiffioners 

appointed to receive him from the Scots 

Delivered over to them by Confent of the Scots 
Parliament. - — 

Complaint againft him for writing in Cyphers 
to the French Agent, ■ — — — 

His Arrival at Holdenby, Account of. ■ 

Various Opinions, as to his being Ibid by the 
Scots, Particulars of. — — ' ■ 

His Letter to the Parliament, requefting the At- 
tendance of fome of his Chaplains. . — 

How narrowly watched by his Guardians, Ac- 
count of. — — ■ 

HU Anfwer to the Proportions for Peace p rcfent- 
ed to him at NewcaJiU, 

Taken away from Haldenby by a Party of Hoife 
from the Army commanded by Cornet 
Jtytt. ^— . 

His Menage to the Parliament on that Occalion. 

Account of his being conducted -to NeSumarket. 

His public Difcourie with Cornet Joyce at Hoi- 

Invited by the Parliament to remove from New- 
market to Richmond, • ■ — 



Pagt. 



258. 9 



270*0274, 
278 



296 



. 18 
31 8 to 326 
3*8» 9 
346, 7 
368 to 374 

3«6» 7 
399' 400 
+14**416 

4.16^41^ 

+98 



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Parliamentary lljfiory of EngI and. 
Vol. 

CHARLES I. King, Refolution of the Peers 

agiinft his going to Richmond. • — 16 

Letter to him from the Parliament on this Oc- 

His Chaplains permitted by the Army to come 

to him, and officiate in Divine Service. 
Vole of the Parliament again ft his going to 

Richmond. *-■■■■ — - ■ 16 

Prohibited by the Parliament from coming nearer 

to London th^an where the Quarters of the 

Army were allowed to be. 

Hii Remove to Windfor s Account of. — — 
— - Letter to the Duke of Tori, appointing an 

Interview. , — — . - — 

Obtains the Confcnt of the Parliament to this 

Purpofe. ■ i 

DeCred by the Parliament to come to London. 
Hii Declaration, difa vowing any Defign in him 

to levy War againft the Parliament. — 

— Letter to Sir Thomas Fairfax on this Oc ■ 

Removes to Hampton-Court. — 

Hij Anfwer to tile Parliament's Propositions for 
Peace, prefented to him at Hampton-Court. 

Kfcapes from thence. ~= — 

His Letter to Lord Montague on that Occalion. 

— Meffage to the Parliament — — 
— ' Letter to Col. Whalej. 



Anonymous Letter to him, advifing his Efcape, 

Throws him/elf into the Hands of Col. Ham- 
mond in the IfU of Wight. — — 

Hb Meffage from thence to the Parliament 16 

— — — to the Parliament, defiring a Per- 
fonal Treaty. 16 

«— Anfwer to the Parliament's four Bills, and 
their other Propofitions for Peace preterit 
ed to him in the Ifli of Wight. 16 

Votes of the Parliament againft any further Ad- 
drefs to him.. ■■ ■ — ■- -116 

The Number of his Servants reduced by thel 

Parliament. ■ — — . 16 

Fa C 



Pain- 



h 



106 
196, 203 



205, 6 
2 75 

298/0300 
324 
325 

325. 6. 7 
327. 8 
326 

332 

347'«35* 



+83. 4. S 

490 



Jig lizecy GOOgle 



2+ • I N D E X to the 

Vol 
CHARLES I. King, his Declaration on Occafion 
of the Votes againft any farther Addrefs 

to him. ■■• ■ _— 

His Anfwer to the Parliament's Votes for a Pcr- 

fonal Treaty. — — — 

Affront put upon him by the Commons, In- 
stance of. — ■ ■ ■ 

His intercepted Letter to the Parliament of Scat- 

—v Letter to the Parliament, fignifying his Ac- 
ceptance of their Offer of a Treaty. — 

Lift of fuch Perfons whole Attendance he 

defired in the IJlt of Wight. 

Anfwer to the Parliament's Letter relating to 

their Commifltoners for the Treaty. — 

— Proceedings with the Commiffioners upon 

the firft Propofition of the Treaty for re- 
calling all his Declarations, Wr. againft the 
Parliament. ■ — 

— Paper fignifying his Confent thereto. - 
— - own Proportions for Peace delivered to the 

Commiffioners. 

■■ ■■ - ■ ■ rejected by them. — ■ — 

— Paper in Juftification of his Propofitions. — 

— fecond Paper to the fame Purpofe. * 
— — Letter to the Parliament touching the Pro 

politions which their Commiffioners refufed 
to accept, — 

— firft Paper in Anfwe-r to the Propofition con- 

cerning the Church. ■ — 

— final Anfwer thereto. . 

— firft Anfwer to the Propofition concerning the 

Militia, ■ - 

— -- farther Anfwer, fignifying his Affent to this 

Propofition. — — - — ■ . 

— ~ Anfwer concerning the Church, roted unfa- 

tis factory. — — , 

— Anfwer, declaring his Confent to the Parlia- 

ment's Propofition concerning Inland. — 

— ^ to the Propofition concerning public 

Debts and Damages. . . ■ — 



Page. 



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Parliamentary Hiftory of England. 85 



CHARLES I. King, his final Anfwer and Con. 
ient to the Piopofuion concerning public 
Debts and Damages. — 

His Anfwer, declaring his Aflent to the Propofi- 
tion for making void all Honours conferred 
fince May, 1642. ' ■ 

~ ■' ' to the Proportions concerning De- 
linquents. ^- # 

— further PropoGt ions with relation tohimfelf. 
__ — -1 ■ 1 accepted by the Lords. - 

— final Anfwer concerning the Church. — 

— Anfwer of Content to the Proportion con- 

cerning the Nomination of Officers. — 

— - — 1 con- 
cerning the City of London. *— 

— ■■■ '■■ -..I con- 
cerning the Great Seal. — — 

— -■ - - ' con- 
cerning the Court of Wards. . ■ 

— Paper touching the Expiration of the Treaty. 

— Anfwer to the Commiffioners Defires, with 

regard to Lord Qrmond. - ■ - ■ 

— final Anfwer concerning Inland. — — 

— Anfwer to the Commiffioners' Paper concern- 

ing his Exceptions as to the Church. — 

— farther Anfwer on this Head. — — 

— Paper relating to his own Propofitions. — 

— laft Paper, in Anfwer to the Affair of the 

Church. 

— Rcqucft to fome of the Commiffioners who 

left the Ifle of JVight before the Expiration 
of the Treaty. ■ . ■ ■ — 

— Anfwer to feveral Refolutions of the Parlia- 

ment concerning the Treaty. — — 

— touching the new Catechifm. »■■ 

Votes of both Houfes in his Favour as to his own 

His farther Anfwer about the Marquis of Qrmond. 

— final Anfwer concerning that Loid. ' 

•— further Anfwer concerning the Abolition of 

Cifhops, the Sale of their Lands, &c. — 



Vtl. Pap. 



59 
80, r 



86 

91 u 56 



18 


127 


8 


128 


18 


129 


18 


140 


8 


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18 


141 



150 
150 

I50» * 
150. 7 
■57.8 

242/0244. 
CHARLES 



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86 



I N D E 



to the 
Vol. 
CHARLES I. King, his final Anfwer with regard 

to the Church. — — : — 

His Anfwer touching the Parliament's Votes up 
on his own Propositions. — — 

— further Anfwer concerning Delinquents. — 
r— final Anfwer on this Head. ■■ ■ — — 
• — Anfwer, as to Delinquents fince January, 

.—- final Anfwer concerning the Marquis of Or- 

»— Letter to that Lord, requiring htm to defilt 
from further Proceedings in Inland. — 

—• Anfwer to the Parliament's additional Pro- 
poiitions concerning Scotland. -• •< - 

»— final Anfwer, as to Bifhops and the Sale of 
their Linda, 

- — private Letters to the Marquis of OrmenA. 

i— - Speech to the Commiflioners at their taking 

Leaveofhim. 18:28 

m— Queries, on occafion of the Army's large Re- 
monftrance. ■■ 

•—- Letter of Advice to the Prince of Walts, on 
the Conclufion of the Treaty. . 

— Removal from Ntwpsrt to tiurft Caflle by 

the Army, Account of. - , ...— , 
^' Declaration concerning the Treaty, and his 

Diflikeof the Army's Proceedings. 

•—- Anfwers to the Parliament's Proportions 
defended, and the great Advantages ac- 
cruing to the Nation by his ConcelBons, 
Particulars of. . 

— Anfwers voted by both Houfcs to be 

Ground for them to proceed upon for the 

Settlement of the Peace of the Kingdom. 

Rcfolution of the Commons to proceed capitally 

again ft him. ■■ ■ ■ ■■■■ ■ 

Removed to Windfer Caflle. ■ 

Declared guilty of High Treafon by the Com- 



Brought before the High Cour 
• fViflmnfttr-Hall, — 



of Juflice i 



18 248*4251 

18*252 
18 272 
18 273***75 

18 275, <* 

18 276 

18 ■ 276, 7 

18277,8 

18' 278, 9 
18.279, 8a 



18 281, 2 

18 284/0286 

I 

18 293/0295 



298/9301 



3I3/.350 
18. 356/. 367 

3/2, 3. 4 



446, 7 



479 



18U89 

18 514 
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Parliamentary Hi/lory of England. By 

y»l. Page. 
CHARLES I. King, his Death prejudged by the 

Commons, and by what Circumftance. — ib 514 
Applications, in Favour of his Life, by the Prince 

tfWaltu 18 515, 16 

-, by the Scon 



CommiuKMicrs. 



-, by the Dutch 



AmbaffadoR. 

Beheaded. . ■— ■ — 

His Body, how difpofed of by the Commons. • 

— His Character, as to his Skill in the Liberal 

CHARLES II. King, proclaimed King of Scotland 
at Edinburgh, ■ 

Lands in the Ifle of Jirfiy, with a fmatl Retimu 

His Declaration fiom thence to his Subjects of 
England. 

Arms in Churches, He. taken down by the 

Commons. 

Lands in Scotland. 

His Declaration publiflied there, with the Com- 
mons' Anfwer thereto. —— — — 

How treated by the Setts after their Defeat at 

Crowned King of Scotland at Secant. — — 
How menaced from the Pulpit on that Occafion, 
Marches with an Army of Scats towards England. 
His Arrival there, fome Account of. — — — 

— Letter to Gen. Majfty, concerning the Mi- 

nifters of Lancajhirt. -■-■ — 

Arrives at fVorctflir with his Army. ■■ — ■ 
Declared a Traitor by the Commons. — — 
His Summons to Col. Macktotrth, for the Ren- 
dition of the Town and Caftle of Sbrrwf- 

— Letter therewith. 

How anfwered. — ■ - I 

His Motions in and about JVcrctfttr. ~— i I 

•— general Summons to the Kingdom, I»w[ 
treated by the Commons. — - -* — J 



54* "544 
545,6 



9 

219 



256 

*94 ' 
359 f« 386 

413 
456 
456, 7 



26 

27. 8 
33. 4 
42. 3 

°l 43 
CHARLES 



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88 



I N D 



X to the 

Vol 
CHARLES II. King, his total Defeat Uy Gene- 
ral Cromwell, Particulars of. — — 
Reward for apprehending him, what. — — 
His gallant Behaviour at the Battle of Worccfttr. 

— remarkable Efcape into Franco. — — 
Defperate Situation of his Affairs. — ■ 
His Letter of Encouragement to his Friends in 

— Titles abrogated by the Parliament. ■ 
■—- Application to Gen. Mvnkt for rcftoiing him. 

— Letter to the Peers on the fame Account. 

— Declaration for compofing the DiftracVtons of 

the Nation. ■ ■ - ■ ■ ■ 

— Letter to theHoufeof Commons thereupon. 
— « - to Gen. Monie and the Council of 

State. 

— — — — -to the Lord Mayor and City of London 
How anfwered by the Peers. — ... — 

■— by the Commons. — — 

i by the Lord Mayor and City of 

London. — 

Manner of proclaiming him, Account of. — 
His fpeedy Return voted for by both Houfes. — 1 22 
■— - Letter to the Lords on landing in England. 

— Proclamation concerning the Irijh Rebels. 

— ■— for'keeping the Peace. 

Arrival at Whitehall. 

— - Anfwer to an Addrefs from the Speaker of 

the Houfc of Lords. - - 

— r~ . . to an Addrefs from the Speaki 

the Houfe of Commons. — 

— - Entry into London, Manner of. — — 

— Proclamation againft the Murderers of the 

late King. ■ 

— - Menage to the Commons for expediting th> 

Bill of Indemnity. — 

Creates Gen. Mim.it Duke of Albemarle. — 

• Obtains a Grant for a Poll-Tax. — — — 

His Speech to the Lords for battening the Bill of 

Indemnity. — — — 



Page. 



20 


66 


20 

20 


289 


20 
21 
22 

22 


450 

207 

237. 8 


22 
22 


238/0240 
241/0244 


22 
22 
22 
22 


244. 5» 6 
247. 8 
259, 60 
263/0267 


22 
22 
22 
22 
22 


269, 70, ( 
276 

2 77 

309, 10 
311, 12 


22 
22 


3'2, 13 
3'4 


22 


3'6. >7 


22 
22 


3>9. 20 
320 /s 323 


22 


339. 40 


22 
22 
22 


349. 50 
381 
392. 3 


22 
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397/HO0 
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Parliamentary Hiftory of England. $9 

Vol, P*fi. 

CHARLES II. King, obtains a Grant for Ton- 
nage and Poundage, — ■ — — 

Obtains a Grant for a Continuance of the Excife. 
His Anfwer to a Meflage from the Lords, con- 
cerning the Court of Wards. — — 

— ■ from the Commons, 

concerning the Money Bill. ■ ■ — 

— Speech on palling the Aci of Indemnity. 

— Clemency on that Occalion, Remarks on. 

— Meflage to the Lords, concerning a Recefs. 

— prefent Supply, how provided for. ■ — — 

— Speech to both Houfe s on their Adjournment. 

— Menage to the Lords concerning a Oiflblu- 

tion of the Parliament. ■ ■ — 

— fettled Revenue in lieu of the Courtof Wards. 

— Meflage to the Commons for a fpeedy Dif- 

patch of their Bufinefs. ■ 

— Speech to the Parliament at their Di Ablution. 
CHAUCER, Sir Thomas, chofen Speaker to the 

Houfe of Commons, Anno 1407. — — 
! Complains to the Parliament of National Grie- 
vances. — - ■ 
I Chofen Speaker a fecund Time, Anns 14.10. 

Refrained by the King from fpeaking any Thing 
| in Prejudice of the Royal Prerogative. 

Elected Speaker again, Anno 1414. — 
jCHEDWORTH, John, Bijhop of Lincoln, opens 

the Seflion of Parliament in 1453. 

1 CHENEY, Lord Henry, when firft fummoned to 
Parliament. • — — 

CHENEY, Sir John, chofen Speaker for the Houfe 
of Commons in 1399. r — 

CHESHIRE, County of, when firft made a Prin- 
cipality, and by whom. — ■ 
Neutrality agreed upon, in that County during 
the Civil War, quafhed by the Parliament. 

CHESTER, who made the firft hereditary Earl 
of that Name. -. 



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400 


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CHESTER, Earl if, his (harp Rep]; to the De- 
mand of King Henry III. at a Convention 

His Rcmonftrance to the King in Favour of De 

Burgh. ■ — 

CHESTER, Btjboprici ef, when firft erefled. 
CHESTER, City <f, taken by the Parliamer 

Forces. 

Infurre&ion there in Favour of King Charles II. 
CHICHESLY, Henry, Arthbijhtp »f Canterbury, 
his Speech to King Henry V. in order to 
encourage a War with France. • 
His Speech at opening the Parliament in 14,22. 
w - ■ ■ to the Commons, in Favour of Mar- 
tin V. Pope of Rime. 

CHIESLEY, Sir Jebn, his Letter of Credence 
from the Committee of the Eftates in Seet- 
land, appointing him their Agent to the 
Parliament of kn»lanrf. 
CHOLMLEY, Sir Hugh, appointed one of the 
Parliament's Commifiioners to attend King 
Charlei I. in Ysr-'-jhirel • - ■ ■ 

Appointed Governor of the Caftk at Scarbrough. 
Deferts the Parliament's Service. . 

Expelled the Houfe of Commons on this Occa- 
fion, and an Impeachment of High Trea- 
fon ordered againft him. — ■ 

CHOLMLEY, Sir Henry, appointed one of the 
Parliament's Commifiioners to attend King 

Cbarlei I. in Yorkshire. — 

CHRISTMAS-DAY, when kept as a Fait, and 

by whofe Appointment. - 

Order of the Commons for abolifliing that Fe- 

CHURCH, abfentingfrom, Debate about it in the 
Houfe of Commons. ■■ — — — 

Reftoring to, Debate thereon. ■ 

The Government thereof propofed to be altered, 

and how. — — 

Reformation of, \j the Commons, itnd in what 
Particulars i 



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Parliamentary Hi/lory of England. 

Vol. 
CHURCH, Order for a farther Reformation 1 
therein, J 

Government thereof, how fettled by an Ordi- 
nance of Parliament. — — - 
CHURCH of England, its Feftivals and Fails 

aboliflied. 

CHURCHES, when firft endowed, and by whom. 

Their mean Building and Appearance in the 

primitive Times, Account of. — — - 

CHUTE, Cbaloxer, Efq; chofen Speaker for the 

Commons in 1658. — — ■■ - ■■ , 

His had State of Health at that Time. ' 

— — Requeft for a Discharge from his Office. 
CITIZENS, when firft elected to ferve in Par- 
liament, and at whofe Command, — — - 
Their Summons by Royal Authority to the Par- 
liament in 1282, Form of. — — 
Number for every City fummoned to Par- 
liament in 1307. - 1 ■■ 
CIVIL WAR between King John and his Ba- 
rons, how occafioned. — 

King Henry III. 

and the Barons. ■ 1 ■ 

■ — — — King Edward II. 

and the Barons. 

■ — -- the Hwifct of Ttri 
and Lemeqfler, Account of. 

— ■ ■ -— ' — King Cbarlti I, 

and his Parliament, when commenced. 

Debate thereon by the Commons, > 

CLANRICKARD, Marquis $f. See Burgh. 
CLARE, Richard* Earl of Gloucijler and Hert- 
ford, his Offer to aflift King Henry III, 
agairul the King of Caflilt. — — 
Appointed one of the Barons Committee to re- 
form the State. 

-■ -■■ ■ one of the King's Council. ■ ■ 
m— ' one of the Barons Committee to 

treat of an Aid for the King. — — 



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Vol. 
CLARE, Gilbert, Earl of Gloucifler and Hertford 
appointed one of the Regents on the Deatl 

of King Henry III. — 

His Anfwer to the Demand of King Edward I. 

for an Aid. ■ 

His Alliance with Pierce Gaveftan, Earl of Com- 

' — Death, Account of. — ■ 

CLARENDON, Earl of. See Hyde, Ed. Ef r , 
CLARENDON, Town of, a Convention of the 

Eftates of the Realm held there in 1 164. 
CLARKE, Edward, Efq; cenfured by the Com- 
mons for reflecting on their Houfe. — 
CLARKE, Mr. Alderman, of Bury, his Letter 

concerning Tome Disturbances in Suffolk. 17 
CLERKE, Dr. his Account of the Surrender of 

Stirling Caftle to the Commons, ■ 

His Account of the Succefs of their Forces at 

CLEMENT V. Pope of Rome, abfolves King 
Edward I. from the Oath he had taken 

to obferve Magna Cbarta, ■ ■ 

His Declaration thereupon. ■ ■ 

— Extortions from the Churches and Mona- 

fteries in England. • ■ 

How oppofed therein by the Earls and Barons. 

CLEMENT VII. Pope, his Anfwer to a Letter 

from the Parliament, touching the Divorce 

of Queen Catharine. — — 

His Exhortation to King Henry VIII. for put- 
ting away Ann Baltyn, and taking the 

Queen again. --■ ■■■■ — . r 3 

— t- Propofal to the King for a Reconciliation. 3 

■ how received. — ■ 3 

■ — Power in England abpliflied, and by what 

Means. — ■ 3 

CLEMENT XI. Pope, his Contefl with Ur- 
ban VI. for the Papal Chair. ■ 

CLEMENCY, remarkable Inftance of, in the 
Petfon of King Henry VI, — 1 



Pag*. 



366 



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56 



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CLERGY, 



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Parliamentary Hjfiory of England. 
V»l. 

CLERGY, their hard Ufage by King Henry I. 

Particulars of. ■■ ■ 

Tlieir eafy Situation under bis Succeflbr, King 

Stephen. ■ i ■■ . j 

How taxed by K. Rich. I. and on what Occafion. 



- by King Jebn. 
""** %Hem 



by King Henry III. in the ninth Year 

of his Reign. 

in the lixteenth 



Year. 

Their Proteft againft the King's Demand for 

more Money. -,.-.. — — 

— Committee appointed to consider of his 

Propofal, Lift of. 

Are tampered with feparately by the King, to 
comply with his Requeft. — — 

Their memorable Anfwer. — .,-■■■ 

How opprefled by the Pope. — — 

Their Complaint of his Exactions at a Conven- 
tion in 125a. — - — 
— * ftout Anfwer to the Demands of the King, 

and the Pope's Legate, for a Supply. 

Free Gift to King Edward I. — 

How retrained from accumulating Lands, i£t. 

with regard to capital Crimes. 

Their Grant to the King in 1282. — 

- — Power further reftrained. - 

— — Grant to the King in 1295, — 

— Refufal to grant him a Subfidy in 1296. 

■ Reafon for it. ■ 

— ■ Lands and Pofleffions feized to the King's 

Ufe. . 

Sentence for putting them out of the King's Pro- 
tection, Form of. ■ - — 
Their Miferies confequent thereupon. ■ ■ 
—— Method of Reconciliation with the King. 
Ordinance againft them .in 1297, Account of. 
Their Subfidy granted, that Year for carrying on 

the War againft Scotland. — 

*■ — • granted to K, Edw. II. in 1308. 

Excufc for refuting an Aid in 1319. --- ■ 



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CLERGY, their Grant to. the King by virtue of 
the Pope's Licenfe, ■ — 

Their Subfidy in 1322. 

Grant to King Edward III. for his Expe- 
dition againft the Scots in 1334- — — 

_— . forcarrying on 

the War againft Scotland and France. — 

— Grant for the French War in 1337. 

— farther Grant that Year. — — - 

— Subfidy granted for compleating the King's 
Conquefts in France, ■ — ■ — 

— Requefts and Complaints to him at the 
Parliament in 13+r. — — 

— large Grant to the King in 1343, for the 
French War. ■ ■■ 

Aid to thatPurpofe in 1344. — 

How requited in Confideration thereof. 

Lift of, employed about the King in 1362. — 
Commanded to refift the French in cafe of an 

Invalion. — 

Their Aid granted tn 137 1 for the War. — 
Prohibited from holdin^thegreatOffices of State. 
Their Grant to King Richard II. at the Parlia- 
ment in 1377. - — 

How rated on Account of a Poll-Tax in 1378. 
Their Proteft againft enlarging the Power of 

Juftices of the Peace. 

How anfwered by the King. 

Their Debate with the Laity on a Supply in 1 385. 
•_ — voluntary Grant to the King at that Time. 

Subfidy granted in 1388. — — — 

1 in 1390. — 

^— Riches, how- reftrained by the Parliament 

that Year. 

. Grant to the King in 1394. — — 

in 1395. 

Proteftation thereupon. 

Subfidy granted in 1397. — — 

Appoint Sir Thomas Piercy their Profior to acl 

for them in Parliament, — — — - 



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Parliamentary Hijiory of England. 

XERG Y, how complimented by King HatrylV. 
at their Convocation in 1 399. — — 

Their Joy on this OccaGon. - 

Procure Htnry Prince oiWaltt to exhibit a bloody 
Bill again* the Lollards, at the Parlia- 
ment in 1406. — ■ — ■ - . 

Their Plots again* Sir Jtbn OldcaflU, a Fa- 
vourer of the Lollards. ■ — — 

Obtain a fevere Ad againft them, Anns 1414. 

Again attacked by the Commons on Account of 
their Revenues in 1414. — 

Avert this impending Storm, and bow. ■ 

Their large Oiler to King Henry V. on this 

Occafion. — _ ... . — 

: — — Gram to him at their Convocation at St. 

Parts. 

I Attacked by the Commons again. —- ■■ 

Attempt to procure a Repeal of the Ad of Pre- 

muxirtt but in vain. — — — 
Their Grant to King Edward IV. Anno 1482. 

— to King Htnry Will, in 1523. 

Power ftruck at by the Parliament in 1529. 

Required by them to pay the King's Debts. 
Refine to comply with this Demand. - ■ 

Complained of to the King by a Remonftrance 

from the Commons. — — — 
Prohibited, by an Ad, from making Appeals to 

Obliged to renounce the Pope's Authority under 
their Hands and Seals. — — — ■ 
Their Privileges by Bulls from the Pope made 
void by an Ad, Anno 1537 — — 
Obliged to rcfide on their Livings. — — 
Reftrained from Matrimony by a Statute. 
Obliged to put away their Wives. — 
Their extraordinary Grant to the King, Account 

Empowered by him to examine into the Vali- 
dity of his Marriage with Ann of Ckvt. 
Their Sentence. — — - — 



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CLERGY grant the King a Subfidy, Ann 



Their Reftraint from Marriage taken off. 
Grant a Subfidy to King Edward VI. ,/««> 154.8. 

Tax thcmfdves in a Subfidy of eight Shillings in 
the Pound, which was connrm'd by Parli- 
ament. 

Obliged to fwcar to the Aft of Supremacy, Temp. 

Their Number who refuted to take the Oath. — 
Deprived of their Preferments. ■ — - — 

Grant the Queen a large Subfidy in 1 562. ■■■ ■ 

— - ~- — ffis- - — 

_ _ two Subfidies in 1588. 

to King Jamts I. three Subfidies in 1620. 

Their liberal Grant in 1624. — — 

- ■ ' Canons made in the feveral Convocations 

at London and York, in 1640, adjudged by 
the Commons to be invalid. — 

■ ■ Benevolence granted to the King, at this 
Time deemed unlawful. — — 

Refolution of the Commons againft their holding 
Civil Offices. 

Prohibited , by an Aft, from Pluralities and Non- 
Refidence. 

Difabled from exercifing any temporal Authority. 

Their diftrefled Condition by the Parliament, Ac- 
count of. - ~ ■■■ — 

Prohibited from meddling with Affairs of State in 
their Pulpits. -■■■ ■ ■ ■ 

Their better Maintenance, how provided for. — 

How rettrained in their Conduit, touching the 

Their better Provifion eftablifhed by an Aft. — 

Ordinance of Parliament to the fame Purpofe, 

Abftraft of. 



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Parliamentary ffijlory of England. 97 

Vol. ' Page. 
CLEVELAND, Inhabitants of* their Petition for 

a Reformation in Church and State. — 
Their Petition for Relief from the Oppreflions of 

the Scots Forces. — 

CLEVELAND, Earl of. See Wjjntworth. 
CLIFFORD, Lord J*hn* flain at the Battle of 

St. Albans, Anns 1455. — 

CLIFFORD, Lord , his Cruelty to Edmund 

Earl of Rutland, a Boy of twelve Years of 



?6rd. 



291 
300, 



277 



CLIFFORD, Francis* Earl of Cumberland* made 

General of the King's Forces raifed by 

Commiffion of Array in Torkjhire. — 

His .Agreement with the Lord Fairfax for a 

Neutrality there. — — . -■■ - 1 

— - ■ ■ rendered void, and how, — ' 1 

CLINTON, William, created Earl of Huntington \ 

by King Edward III. — — — 

CLOPTON, Sir Walter, Chief Jufliu, appointed 

by King Henry IV. to examine Sir Wil- 

liam Ruibill, with regard to the Confef- 

fion he took: from the late Duke of Gku- 

teftcr at Calais. — 

CLOTWORTHY. Sir John* one of the Eleven 
Members of the Houfe of Commons, 
charged by the Army with Mifdemeanors. 
Retires into foreign Parts. — — — 
CLUB-MEN, who meant by them. — — ; 14 
Their InAirretEUon in the Counties of Wilis and 
Dorfet* Particulars of. — ~- = — 
• Warrant for railing Money, Form of. 
— farther Proceedings, Account of. — — 
■ -■ - Petition to the King. — . 
Difperfed by the Parliament's Forces. ■ 
Declared Traitors to the Commonwealth. — 
COALITION of the Army and Republican Party 
for reftoring the Long Parliament: — 
COBBET, Major* his Services to the Common- 
wealth, how rewarded. 

COBHAM, John* Knight, impeached by the 
Commons in 139S. 
G 



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443» 4 



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t>S I . N D E X to the 

Vol. 
COBHAM, John, Knight, Charge again* him. 

His Anfwer. • — 

How replied to W the King. — — — 

His Sentence of Banifhment. 

COCK-FIGHTING, Preamble to an Ordinance 
for fuppreffing t*at Divcrfion. — — 
COIN of Geld, when firft ftruck and made cur- 
rent in England. —— . 
COIN, Infcriptiona thereon, how altered by the 
Commons in 1649. — 
Counterfeiting of, when made High Treafon. 19 
COKE, Lord, his Obfemtion on attainting Per- 
fons in Cuftody, without bringing them 

to a Trial. ■■ 

His Obfeivation on the Intrigues of Lord Crom- 
well for foppreffing the Monasteries. — 

— Lift of Members who left the Houfe on the 

Proceedings of the two laft Parliaments of 

Queen Mary. ■ 

COKE, Lord Edward, his Remarks on a Supply 

granted to Queen Elizobtth, Anno 1588. 

Familiar Saying of his. — — 

COKE, Clmem, Efq; his bitter Reflexion oq the 

Dolce of Buckingham. — — . — 
COKE, Edward, Efq; Solticitor-Gtntral, chofen 

Speaker to the Commons in 1592. -— ■ ■ 
His Speech to Quttn EiixabttH on thisOccafion. 

— Reply to a Speech of the Lord -Keeper's. — 
— - Speech on a Motion to reform Eccldiaitical 

Courts. 7 ■■ - ■■■ 

— — — to the Queen. -■ 

Committed to the Tower at the DiSblution oi 

the Parliament in 1621. — — 

His Papers feizecr and his Chambers fealed up. 
— - Charge in the Name of the Commons againft 

th« Lord Treafurer Middttfix. — — 
■— — Motion againft proceeding on Grievances at 

the Seffion in 1625. ■ ■ 

■— Report of the King's Anfwer to the Com 
Dions' Petition about a Reccfe from Parlia 



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Varliamentary Hiftory «/* England. 90 

VaL Pagt. 
COKE, Edward, Efq; Solicitor'- General, his 
Speech a^ainli- a Motion for a Supp'y. - 
Appointed Sheriff of Butkinghamjhire, and there- 
by dilqualitied from lining in tnc Hi. me of 
Commons. .__ — • .. 

His Speech on public Grievances. — 

on the Judgment againft the Refa- 

fers of the Loan. — 

•: on fome Propofitions of King Charles I. 

foraSvpply. — ■ 

againft Imprifonment. — — 

on the Liberty ©f the Subject. — — 

in Opposition to n Meffage from the 

further Speech on the Liberty of the Sub- 

j.a. 

— Arguments in Defence thereof. — — 
Speech on a Meffage from the King, to re- 
ly on his Word for fecuring the Liberty of 
the Subject. ■ ■ - ■ .. , 

— ■■ ■ ■ to bring in a Bill for this Purpofe. — 

— — — — at a Conference between both Iloufes 

on a Petition of Right. — 

againft the Lords' Addition to it. — 

— ' to the Lords, on delivering a Meffage 
of Thanks from the Commons. — — ! 

againft the Duke of Buckingham. —- ! 

COKE, George, Bijhop of Hereford, impeached 

by the Commons, and for what. — < 

Gives in a Plea. . .... i< 

His Resolution concerning it. — — u 

— Danger from the Populace. — it 

Joins in a Proteftation againft the Legality of 

Parliamentary Proceedings. — — it 

Accufed of High Treafon on this Account. — IC 

Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Peers. — it 

His Charge by the Commons. — — it 

— Anfwer. ■■ ■ ■■ — ic 
Committed to the Tower. - ■ ■ ■ , it 

COKE, Thomas, Efp committed to the Tower on 

Sufpicion of High Treafon againft the State, it 
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COLCHESTER, remarkable Siege of, in 1648. 
Surrendered to Lord Fairfax. — — 

COLEPEPER, Sir John, his Speech on National 

Grievances. — . 

Made Chancellor of the Exchequer. — — 

COLLEGE, where firfl endowed in England, and 
what by Name. ■ — — 

COLLEGES, Diflblution of. — 

COLLIER, Mr. his Account of the Controverfy 
betwixt Edward III. and 'John Stralferd, 
Arcbbifhop of Canterbury. — — 

Hit Remarks on the Claim of the inferior Cler- 
gy to have Rep re fenta fives in the Houfe 
of Commons. ■ ■ — — 

COLLUSION, a glaring Inftancc of, by the Cler- 



to the . 

Vol. Page. 



rfftjfk 



COMMISSION, Form ef, granted to Humphrey 
Duke of Gltucejier, impowering him to 
hold a Parliament in 1422. — — 

Form of, granted by King Henry VIII. for 
(wearing his Subjects to the Aft of Suc- 
ceffion, in Favour of Ann Boltyn. — 

■ — . — granted to Thomas WriothiJUy, Lord- 
Chancellor, and others, for giving the 
Royal Aflent to the Bill of Attainder againft 
Thomas Duke of Norfolk, and Henry Earl 

■ for appointing the Protector's Scat in 
Parliament. 

' for diflblving the Parliament in 1614. 

_ — granted by Sir Thomas Fairfax to fundry 

of his Officers, in order to treat with the 
Parliament's CommiJ&oners about the De- 
mands of. the Army. — ■ ■■ 

■ granted by the Commons to their Agents 

1 granted by the Marquis of Ormand to 

the Bifhop of Clobber, in Ireland. 

COMMISSION of Exafe, Form of, granted by 
King Charles I. — — — 



274 
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290 

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202 



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Parliamentary Uiftory of England. 
Ftl. 
COMMISSION- OFFICERS for regulating the 
Militia, cftabliflied Pay of. — — 

Their Declaration for Support of the Common- 
wealth. 

COMMISSIONERS, Lift of, .deputed by King 
Henry III. to hold a Convention at L 
dan in 1254. ■ — 

Their Speech on that Occalion. — 

Appointed to confider the Cafe of the dilinherit- 
ed Barons in 1266. — — — 

Their Award concerning them. — — 

Appointed by King Edward L to matte Peace 
between him and the Barons, Lift of. — 

by King Edward II. to treat with the 

difcontented Lords in 131*, Lift of. — 

Lift of, impowered by King Richard II. and the 
other Eftates, to anfwer all the Petitions, 
and difpatch all other Matters not deter- 
mined at the Parliament at Shrew/bury, in 

Ordain a remarkable Statute to fecurethemfelves 
in their new-got Power. 

Oblige the Lords, Spiritual and Temporal, to 
take an Oath to maintain the feveral Sta- 
tutes and Ordinances by them made. — 

Revoke the Letters Patent given by the King to 
the Dukes of Hereford and Norfolk. — 

Their Severity to Hinry Bowctt, Clerk. 

to Sir Rtbtrt Plufhtngton. — — 

Lift of, appointed by the Parliament in 1399, to 
depofe King Richard II. ■ — 

Their Sentence on this Occafion palled upon him, 

farther Proceedings touching this Affair, 

Particulars of. — — — ■■— 

Lift of, appointed to bold a Parliament in 1 586, 
at Faihtringhay Caftle, for the Trial of 
Mary Queen of Scots. ■ — 

Adjourn this Parliament to Wiftminfier in 1587. 

Lilt of, appointed to treat with the Scots about 
an Union between the two Kingdoms. — 



IOI 

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146 



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io2 I N D E X to the. 

Vol. 
COMMISSIONERS appointed to treat with the 
Scats, their Power, touching die Union be- 
tween the two Kingdoms, fame Account of. 
Lid of, appointed by the Parliament to attend 

King Charles I. in Scotland. ' — ■ — ■ — 9 
Their Inuru&ions. ■ — 9 

■ Allowance for Charges, . Amount of. — 9 
Lid of, appointed by the Commons to go down 
to Hull and Lincelnjbtrt. < ■ — 

Their Inftruftions. — ■ 

Lift of, appointed to attend the King at Reading 
with a Petition for Peace. — — - — — 

, at Oxford, 

with fomo Proportions for this Purpofe. 
teat about an Accommo- 



dation. 

Their I nft ructions on this Occafion, Particulars 

Lift of, appointed to go into Scotland and invite 
that Nation to the Parliament's Affiftance. 

Their Inductions. ... ■ 

■ ■ additional Inftrudions fent to them ztEdin- 

O/ the Navy, their Eftimatc of the Charge of 
the Parliament's Fleet for the Year 1644. 

From the Parliament to the Scots, their Letter 
giving an Account of the Advance of the 
Scots Army into England. — — . 

Lift of, appointed by the Parliament for execu- 
ting Martial Law. — — 

— ■ ■ ■ ■ to wait on the King with Pro- 
portions for Peace. — — 

■ . to treat with him at Uxbridge 

about it. — . — — - 

Their Inductions. — — — — .- 

Lift of, ordered to go to Edinburgh to attend the 
Parliament of Scotland. 

Their Inftruflions _— — — 

Lift of, appointed by the Parliament to relide 
with the Scots Army in Hereford/hire. • — 

Inftructions to them, Particulars of, — 



Pagt. 



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Parliamentary Hijlory of England. 
" Vol. 
COMMISSIONERS appointed to go into Scotland 
to regulate fomc Matters with the Parlia- 
ment there. — - -■■ — 

Inftru&iom to them. — — — — 

Lift of thefe Commifilonws. — — — ' — 

Their Letter to the Home of Peers, touching 

their Inability to profecute their Builoefs. 

Letter to the Committee of Eftates on the 

fame Occafion. ■ 14 

fecond Letter to the Committee of Eftates. 

— Letter to the Commiilioners of the County 
of Cumberland concerning the Forces there. 

Letter to the Houfc of Peers about the 

Scats Commiffioners not giving them a 
Meeting. ■ — — 

further Addrefs to theCommittee of Eftates 

on this Head. ■ ■ ■ 14 

— Letter, relating to one from Lord Digbj - 14 
Letter, concerning the Treaty at Birmick. 

— Proportions and Anfwers relating there- ) 



IO3 



Lift of, appointed by Parliament to prefent their 
Proportions of Peace to the King at New- 

M. 

Their Inftruflions. — — — — — — 

— — Letters, touching their Arrival there. — 

Proceedings with the King, Narrative of. 

Lift of, appointed by Parliament to attend the 
Payment of the firft 200,000 /. to the Scuts 

Inftruflions to them. — 

Lift of, appointed to go to NewcaflU to receive 

the King from the Scots Army. — 

Inftruflions to them, Particulars of. — — — 
Their Letter, fignifying their Arrival at Durham. 
• fignifying their Arrival at Nita- 

— — giving an Account of their Anfwers 

to fomc Queries of the King touching his 
Removal. — ■ ■- 



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COMMISSIONERS appointed U rtctivi the King 
from tht Seals Army, their Letter giving an 
Account of receiving his Majefty into their 
Cuftody, and of the Seals quitting Nnv- 

Attending tht King, their Letter concerning his 
Majefty*s writing in Cyphers to the Frtnch 
Agent. — — - — 

Their additional Inftru&ions from the Parlia- 
ment. 

— Letter, giving ah Account of their conduct 
ing the King to Leeds, and reftraining the 
People there from coming to be touched. - 

— — Declaration to this Purpofe. — — 
■ Letter, ftgnifying the King's Arrival at litsl- 
dtnby. — — — — — - 

— " requeuing to be recalled from that 

Service. ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Complaint of Letters being privately given 

to the King. 

— Letter, relating to one written in Cyphers, 
intended to be delivered to the King. — 

— ■ i giving an Account of their Re- 

ceipt of one from the King, concerning 
the Proportions. ■ -i-i — 

■ ' ■ Orders to Major-General Twifieton to 

march with his Regiment to Reyjlen to at- 
tend the King to Richmond. -i- — 

■ ' Letter, concerning the Accefs of Delin- 

quents to him. — — ■■■ — 

Lift of, appointed to attend the King at Hamp- 

ten-Court with Proportions for Peace. — 

— — Inftru&ions from the Parliament. 

— . Report of what palled between the King 

and them on prefenting the Propofi- 

tions. 

Lift of, appointed to attend the King in the Jftc 

of Wight, with Proportions for Peace. — 
Their Inftriidions from the Parliament. \ 



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Parliamentary Hfftory of England. 
V4. 

COMMISSIONERS, Lift of, appointed to wait! 
on the King in the Ijle a/Wight^ with the 
Parliament's Votes far a Pcrfonal Treaty, 

Their Inftni&ions. ■ - 

Appointed to treat with the King in the Ijle of 

Wight , about a National Peace. ——'.17 
Inftniflions to them from the Parliament. ■ — ■ 17 
New Lift of. ... ■.■■■- .1 17 

Their Letter, fignifying their Arrival in the Ijle 

t f Wight. |l 7 

Proceedings upon the firft Propofition of 

the Treaty touching the King's making 
void all Declarations, t£c. againft the Par- 
liament. ■ 1 
1 Letter to the Speaker of the Houte of Peers 
relating to their farther Proceedings. — — 
— . Paper prefented to the King concerning the 
Proportions for the Church. — — — 

■ --■■ declaring their Rcfufal of one from 
the King, containing his own Proportions 
for Peace. 

. — defiring an Anfwer to theirs concern- 
ing the Church. — - 

■ Conduct, how approv'd by the Parliament. 

-. Letter to the Earl of Mancbejttr concern- 
ing their further Proceedings. — — — 

Reply to the King's firft Anfwer to the 

Propofition concerning the Church. — — 

- Paper, defiring a fuller Anfwer to this Ar- 

- Reply to the King's fecond Anfwer on that 

Head. —- 

-■■ Propofition concerning the Militia. 

Reply to the King's Anfwer thereto. — 

Account of their further Proceedings. ■ — 

Propofition concerning Ireland, 

1- Reply to the King's Anfwer on that Head. 

further Account of their Conduct. — 

■ Propofition concerning the Payment of 
public Debts and Damages. . 

Paper, relating to the King's Anfwer thereto 

1 Reply to his final Anfwer on that Head. 



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COMMISSIONERS, appointed to treat tuitb the 
King in the Ijlt of Wight* their Propofition 
for making void all Honours conferred fince 

May, 1642. 

Their Reply to the King's Anfwer. 

— Proportion concerning Delinquents. — 
'• Letter to the Earl of Manchejier con 

ing their Proceedings with the King. 
— ■■ Paper, with the Parliament's Votes upon 

the King's Anfwer, relating to the Church, 
defiring a fuller Anfwer to thai 

Proportion. ■■ ■ ■ ■ 

■ exprefling the Defeats of the King's 

former Anfwer thereto. — 

— Propbfition concerning the Nomination of 
the Chief Officers in lingland. — — 

■ — — - concerning the City of London. 

— ■ concerning the Great Seal. 

— — . concerning the Court ofWards 

and Liveries. ■ 

further Advance in the Treaty. — — 

— ■■ Paper, defiring the King to declare againft 

the Proceeding of the Marquis of Ormond. 
— . preffing an Anfwer to their Propo- 

rtions concerning the Church, and Affaiis 

1 infilling on a fuller Anfwer concern- 

ing the Marquis of Ormond. — — 

.■ defiring to know the King's parti- 

cular Exceptions as to the Church. — 

. Reply to the King's Anfwer on that Head. 

■ Anfwer toa Paper from the King, con- 
ing his own Proportions. — — 

. concern- 

ing his final Anfwer about the Church. — 

Major Part of them arrive in London, — — ■ 

Their Report of what paffed at taking Leave of 
the King. 

Remaining in the Ip oflVigbt, their Paper pre- 
fented to the King concerning the Marquis 
of Ormond. 

Their Reply to the King's Anfwer thereto. — 



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Vet. 
COMMISSIONERS, remaining in th* IJU »f 
fVight., their Reply to the King** further 
Anfwer concerning the Abolition of Hi- 

fliops, &e. . , „. !8 

Their Reply to the King's Anfwer as to Delin- 
quents. — x 8 

to his further Anfwer on that Pro- 



poGtion. 

■ Return home, and Reception by the Com- 
mons, Account of. i — 

From Scotland, Lift of, appointed to treat with 
the En^l-.fb CommifEoners about the Af- 
fairs of both Kingdc 

Their Remonltrance, relating to an Ordinance 
for new-modelling the Army. 

Memorial of the whole Proceedings of 

their Army in England. — . 

■ Requeft, concerning the March of Sir Tbt 

mas Fairfax. ■ ■ 

— - Letter, concerning the March of their Ar- 
my towards IVtflmortland, —— — 

— Remonltrance on the K" Defeat at Naftby. 

• on the Want of Pay. — 

■ Demands for Provifions, &c. to fupply 

their Army. — — 

Requcit to the Englijh Parliament for re- 
newing the Proportions for Peace. — 
^— Remonltrance concerning the Diftrefs of 
their Army. — — — , 
— concerning Proportions for 

— Complaint of Want of Money to fupport 
their Army. — — - — 

Remonltrance to the Parliament on their 

Army's Want of Pay. — 

concerning their March to 

befiege Newark. — — .. ., — 

Letter, fetting forth the State of their Army 

, in the North. — — 

Lilt of, appointed to treat with the Englijh Com- 
miffioners, at Berwick, on fome Affairs be- 
tween the two Kingdoms. 



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COMMISSIONERS from Scotland, their Apo- 
logy for not attending the Englijh Com- 
miffioners (boner at Berwick. — — 

' Their Letter to the lame Puipofe. — — 

— Anfwers to the feveral Papers, fcrV. of the 
' Englijh Commiffioners at Berwick. — 

Of the Scats attending their Army at Newark, 
theirLetter, concerning the King's coming 
amongft them. — — — — 

Their farther Account of the King's coming 
there. — — — — 

— Letter concerning Mi.jf/bturnham's Efcape 
from their Army. ■ ■ 

■ ' -- — - concerning their Conduct to the 

King. — 

Remonftrance to him. 

— ■— farther Account of their Behaviour to the 

King. 

Of Scotland, at Newcaflle, their Letter to the 

Parliament relating to the Proportions of I 

Peace, the State of their Army, He. — ' 
Their Anfwer to a Requeft of the Committee 

at York for temoving their Forces out of; 

that County. — — 

— — Advice to the King concerning the Prince i 

of Wales, and the Settlement of Religion 

and Peace agreeable to the Covenant. — : 
"— — Letter, concerning the Enlargement of 

their Quarters. — — — — — 
.—-■■■ ■ ■ ■ ' to the Parliament, concerning their 

Vote for removing the King to Holdenbj. 

■ i . Vindication of their Army again ft the 

Charge of affifting the King's Efcape. 

■ » ■ ' ■ Report, concerning Mr. Ptaitr'i Informa- 
tion of the King's intended Efcape. — 

Of Jffejfment in the County of York, their Letter 
of Complaint againft the Scots Army. 

Their Letter to the Earl of Ltven on this 
Head. 

— — Declaration againft the Scott Officers. — 



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458. 9 

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Parliamentary Hijiory of England. 
Vol. 

COMMISSIONERS appointed to attend the March 
and Payment of the Scots Army, their Letter 
concerning a Petition from the, Inhabitants 
of Cleveland, fetting forth their ill Ufage 

by the Scats Forces. — 

Their Reply to a Letter from the Earl of Levin, 
concerning his Motions for evacuating the 

Of the General AJfimbly of the Kirk of Satiated, 
their Warning to that Nation againft re* 
caving the King. ■ ■ 

Their Declaration concerning the State of 
the Quarrel between the Englijh and Setts 

Frm Scotland refiding in London, their Letter 
concerning the March of their Army to- 
wards Newark, &e. ■ • — — — 

Their Letter, concerning fome fufpected Peers 
of that Kingom. ■ ■ 

— — Requeft to the Parliament for an Anfwer 
to fome Rem on it ranees, touching Religion, 
the Proportions of Peace to the King, and 
a Supply for their Army. — — — 

— Letter of Intelligence concerning the 
Siege of Newark. ■■ — ■ 

— Exceptions againit the Pari iament'sDraught 
of an Anfwer to a Menage from the King 
for Peace. ■■ - ■ ■ ■ 

— Anfwers to the Parliament's Reafons why 
there fliould be no Treaty about any fu- 
ture Proportions to be fent to the King. 

Rejoinder to the Parliament's Reply. 

— further Anfwer about this Bufmefs. 



109 
Page. 



— Objections to the Parliament's Draught of 
an Anfwer to the King's third and fourth 
Meffages of Dec. 1645, for Peace. — 

Remonftrance ngainir. a Vote of the Houfe 

of Commons, for reducing theNumberof 
Scoti Horfe in England, — 

1 Complaint on the Want of Pay for their 

Army before Newark. — 



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COMMISSIONERS from Scotland refiling in 
London, their Letter, requiring an Anfwer 
to their Complaint of fcandalous Afper- 
fions caft upon their Nation by the Engii/h. 
Thehr Papers exhibited to the Parliament, con- 
cerning their Propofitions to the King fof 

■ ■ - further Remonftrances relating to Propo- 

fitions for Peace. — — — — 
How ufed by the Independent Party in the Hoofe 

of Commons. — — — 

Their Letter, giving an Account of the King's 

coming to their Army near Newark. — 

— ■ concerning the March of a confi- 
derable Body of Englijb Horfe towards 
Newark, — — — 

>— Complaint of their Meflenger being flop- 
ped, and his Letters taken from him, by 
the Guards about London. • 

— Remonfrrance on this Occafion. — — 
i Vindication of their Proceedings with re- 

fard to the King's coming into their Army, 
.etter of Advice from the Committee of 
Eftates at Newcaflh. — — — 

— Remonftrance on the Want of Pay for then 
Army. - - - - 

■ - Vindication of themfelves and their Na- 

tion from combining againft the Englijb 

Parliament. — — — — -±~ 

•• Letter to the fame Purpofe. — — — 

Anfwer to the Parliament's Propofitions 

for Peace, fignifying the Acceptance there- 

■ Remonftrance for a fpeedy Supply to their 
Armies in England and Ireland, 2nd for 
fettling Accounts. — — ' 

Letter to the Parliament concerning the I 

King's Anfwer to the Propofitions of Peace. ' 

— Remonftrances, concerning Afpeifions cafrl 
upon tbeir Nation, and withdrawing their 
Army. — — — — — — — j 



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Parliamentary Htjiory of England. hi 

VtL Pagu 
COMMISSIONERS from Scotland refiling in 
Ltntbn, their Papers add re fled to the 
Houfe of Peers, demanding 400,000/. in 
full Satisfaction for the Payment of their 
Army. — — — • ■ 15 88 to 94 

Their Realms againft the Parliament's Votes for 
difpofing of the King's Perfon as both 
Houfes Ihould think fit. — — — — — 15 1160141 

'Rcmonft ranee, requiring Pay for their Ar- 
my. . _ — . . — 15 152ft 154 

^— — concerning Pamphlets prim- 
ed againft them. . — ■ ■ 15 154ft 157 

Vindication of their Army againft a Charge 

of oppr effing the Country. — — ■ 15 163, 4, 5 

Refutal of the Commons' Anfwer to their 

Papers claiming a joint Right in difpofing 

of the King's Perfon. — — — — — 15 215 

Receive Information of the fpeedy raifing 
200,odo/. to be paid to them in confe- 
quence of their Demand upon the Parlia- 
ment. 15 216 

Their Requeft', touching Security for the Re- 
mainder. ' - 15 2 1 6, 17 

Treaty" with the Parliament about the 

Manner and Time for the Payment of the 

whole' 400, 000 /. ■■■ -— 15 236(0242 

Lift of, as well Englifi as Scots, who figned this 

Treaty. — ■ — — 15 242 

From Scotland, refiding in London, their Memorial 

on their Return home, prefented to the 

Peers, concerning Uniformity in Religion. 15 252/0257 

— Vindication of their Army againft a Charge 
of affifting the King to efcape from Ntw- 

cafllt. 15 275, 6, 7 

■ farther Vindication of their Army againft 

the Charge of affifting the King's Efcape. 15 307 
■ Requeft to the Peers, for a farther Ap- 
plication to the King for Peace. 15 350, 1 

— Remonftrance on Occafion of the King's 
being carried away from Holdenby by the 

Army. ■ ■ -f- 15 401, 2, 3 



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V*l. 

COMMISSIONERS fnm Scotland rifidlng in 

London, obtain a Pais from the Parliament 

to go to the King at Nrwmarktt. — 

Their Letter, relating to the intercepting their 

Packets by the Army. ■ 16 

Letter to the Parliament* with two Papers 

inclofed, deftring the Performance of the 
Covenant, arid Maintenance for their 
Troops railed to fupprefs the Irijb Rebels, 16 

Complaint agaihft the Army for infulting 

the Earl of Laudtrdalt. 

- of their Secretary's being Hop- 



ped and detained at Ntvxafilt in his Way 
to Scotland. • ■ ' 

- — - Letter to the Parliament on this Occafion. 

■ Anfwer to the Parliament's Proportions 
for Peace to be fent to the King at Hamp 
ton-Court. 

1 Reply to a Letter from the Parliament on 
this Occafion. — 

- ■ further Anfwer relating thereto. 
. further Anfwer about the Proportions for 

Peace. — — — — ; ~ 
- Paper, fignifyine their Concurrence in fend- 
ing them as deiireti by the Parliament. — 
— — — Letter, requiring an Anfwer to one from the 
States of Scotland, concerning the Earl of 
Lauderdale. ■ 

— to the Parliament, prelSng for a per- 

fonal Treaty with the King. — — 

■ — Letter to the Peers, on Occafion of the 
King's Efcape from Hamptan-Court. — 

- Remonftrance, touching the Proportions 
of Peace, and a perfonat Treaty with the 

Refufe their Affent to the Parliament's Propor- 
tions for Peace. ■ 
■ Reafons for fo doing. ■ 

— — Letter to the Parliament, deftring to fee the 

four Bills intended to be fent to the King 
in the Iflt »f Wight. — — 



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94. S 

1 1 2/0 114 
201, 2, 3 



248, 9 
276 



282, 3,+ 
285, 6 

289, go ; 

292, 3 

294. 5 
311 fe 323 

329 - 
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361 



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Parliamentary Hjftery of England. 
FtL 

C0MMISSIONERS J frc»i5 1 «/<»ii,»-/A//'»//i*/:«a- 
t/g«, denied their Requeft of feeing the four 
Bills intended to be lent to the King in the 

IfiitfWigbu 16 

Their Reroonftrabce thereupon. — 
— — Objections to thole Bills, and- to the 

Piopolitions. ■■■— - — ■ 

— — Proteft delivered to the King againft the 

— Demand for the Payment of the left 

lOO,OOo£ due to their Army. — — 
— — Letter, tigmfyi ng their Refohit ions to return 

hone. — - ■■ — — 16 
Leave Ltndos, and purine their Journey. - 16 
Their Letter to the Speaker of the Houfe of 
Commons, concerning the violent Proceed- 
ings of that Houfe againft the King. — 18 
• fecond Letter on that Occafion. — — 18 

— Proteftation againft taking away the King's 
Life, . 18 

■— Remooftrance to the Commons againft 
their Proceedings. —- ■-- ■ 19 

Reflraint and contemptuous Treatment 

00 that Occafion. ^__~ 

Afttinted to rtfidt with tit Jrmy, Lift of. — 

Their Inftrucxions from the Parliament. — 

— — Letter to Sir Tksmas Fairfax^ on Occafion 
of his March to St. Alban't. 

— relating to the Army's great Want 

of Money. 1 1 

relating to their Sufpicions on Ac- 
count of the City's Preparations againft 



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Pag*. 



• relating to the Defires of the Ar 

to General Fairfax, relating to the 
Army, and to the King's Removal to Rich- 
mond. — — •— " ■» — 
- Power enlarged by the Parliament, and 



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480 
488 
498 

JOI 

496/9500 
54* 

54*. 3. 4 

40 >• 47 

48 ft 5a 

407 ■ 
407 

445.6 

447. » 

449"45* 
453. * 



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, u I N D E X to the 

, . w- 

COMMISSIONERS appointed to rtfidt with the 
Army, their Letter concerning a propofcd 
Treaty with Gen. Fairfax and bis Coun- 
cil of War, with relation to their Demands 
on the Parliament. W 

Their Letter, concerning the Admiuion of Dr. 

Sheldon, and others, to the King. 16 

. - concerning the Treaty, and the 

Army's further Remove from London. — 16 

concerning the Receipt of a Paper 

. from Gen. Fairfax* relating to the Mo- 
tions of the Army. — - — — 

■ farther Negotiations as to the intended 
Treaty. 

, proceedings in the Rufinefs of the > 

Treaty. t ™* 

_ — Anfwer to the Information, from the City 
of London's Commifltoners, of the Army's 
Obftruflions in the Treaty between them 
and the Parliament. — — ' — — — 
— further Application to the Army's Cornroif- 
fioners, - ~~ """" ~~ 

further Proceedings in the Treaty with the 

"Army. ~ — — - 

. Letter to the Peers, with fome additional 

Propofals from the Army. —— — 

__ with two Papers inclofcd from Gen. 

Fairfax* relating to a Petition and Engage- 
ment of the Train'd Bands in London. — 

^_ fignifying the Army's Approbation 

of the Parliament's Proceedings. — — 

— concerning the Relief of Ireland* 

and the Army's Hidden Refolution to march 



Voir. 



50,1,8,9 
66,7,8,9, 



96* 7 
107 
16-115, *& 
159/0161 



to London. 
, Defires to the Comroiffioners of the Army 

concerning Ireland. * ■■■■ ■ 
. farther Account of the Army's Approach 

towards London. > — — 

Of the Common Council of London, rifiding in 

the Army., their Information of the Ar- 



my's Obftru&ions in the Treaty between 
; id the Parliament. — — 



167/0173 
182, 3 

185 
1 185, 6 
187, 8 



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COMMISSIONERS'*/ ri# Army, Lift of, ap- 
pointed by Gen. Fairfax to treat with the 
Parliament's CommifBoncrs about the Set- 
tlement of the Nation. — — — 

Their Anfwer to a Paper concerning their flow 
Progrefi in the Bufinefs of the Treaty. 

Jppeintedti go into Scotland, and fir whet, Lift 

Their Inftru&ions. ■ ■ — 

- — Letter, fig ni fy i n g the ir Arrival at Edinburgh, 
' ■ ■■ to the Lord-Chancellor of Scotland, 
for expediting their Buftnefs with the Com- 
mittee of Eftates. i — 

— — firft Paper delivered to -the Committee of 
Eftates,- concerning their Commiffion. 

ii - Anfwer to a Letter from the Chancellor of 

Scotland relating thereto. — 

Letter, concerning their farther Application 
to the Scott. — — __ 

— Paper to the Committee of Eftates, touch- 
ing the Prefervation of the Union. 

'■■-'■'■ touch- 
ing the Payment of the 100,000/. due to 
Scotland. ■ — — 

■ ■ »■'■■ — ■■ ■ ; ' — '- touch- 
ing the Stats Army in Ireland. — ■ ■■ — 

— additional Inftru&ions from the Parlia- 

— Letter, complaining of Englijh Delinquents 
retorting into Scotland. — — ■ — 

— Letter to the Earl of Louden, for a Direc- 
tion how to apply to the Scott Parliament. 

— further Inftru&ions from the Parliament, 
Particulars of. — ■ — 

— Letter, intimating fome Defigns on Foot 
for furprizing the Town of Berwick. — 

— two Letters to the Mayor, tf c . of Berwick, 
on that Occafion. ' - 

— Letter to the Earl of Loudon, relating there- 



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n6 I N D E X to the 

VtU 
COMMISSIONERS tiding at Edinburgh, their 
Letter to the Earl of Manchtfltr, concern- 
ing their Addrciles to the Scats Parliament 
on die intended Surprize of Berwick. — 17 

Their Paper to the Sorts Parliament, demanding 
Capt. Wtgam, J7 

i Information concerning Sir William Fit- 
Mting and Sir Thomas Gltmham. — — 

— — Papei to the Scats Parliament, preffing for 

an Anfwer to fome former Papers. 17 

■■ ■■. ■ i touching 

their former Demand of Capt. Wtgen, and 
l farther Demand of Sir Philip Mufgravt 
and Sir Themes GUmham. — — 

— 1 ■ Letter to the Earl of Manchtfttr, of their 
having demanded Col. Wray of the Sots. 

— ' ■ Paper to the Scots Pari lament, touching their 
former Demands of Capt. Wtgam, Sir Phi- 
lip Mufgravt, and Sir Thomas Glembam, 
with a further Demand of Col. Wray. — 

— » ■■ Letter to the Earl of Mmuhcjiir, concern- 
ing their further Addiefs to the Scats Par- 
liament. — — — — 

■■■■ Reply to the Parliament of Scotland, in 
Anfwertotheinofthciathof April, 1648. 17 

— — additional Inirruflions from the Parlia- 1 

ment. — — — — — J " 

»■ - Paper to the Sats Parliament, concerning 
their former Demand*, and the further De- 
mand of Sir Marmadukt Lattgdelt and 
Sir Lewis Divts. •- • — 1 

■ 1 concerning 

the Seizure or BirwUt and Carliflt. — ' 17 

— further Infer u&ious from the Parliament. 17 
» Letter, relating to their further Applica- 
tion to the Scots Parliament. 

— Paper to the Parliament of Scttlaxd, pref- 
fing them to declare againfl: thofe who bad 
feized Berwick and Carliflt. "— — 

— ■' Letter, giving an Account of their further 
Proceedings there. — — - " — 



Peg** 



87,8 



89, 90 

90, I 



107. 8. 



14/01x6 
no, 17, 

<3*» a 



13+. S 
137.* 



'4*.3*S 

176 
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Parliamentary Hjftaty ^England. 
V»l. 

COMMISSIONERS rtfiding at Edinburgh, their 
Paper to the Committee of Eftatei, re- 
lating to the Votes of both Houfes in Favour 
of the Engtijb Conftitution. •*• 17 

Their Anfwer to feme Papers of the Scats Parlia- 
ment, concerning Berwick, &t. — — 

-— Letter, fcttlng forth their further Proceed- 
ing at Edinburgh. 



— Paper to the Committee of Eftatea, defiring 

an Anfwer to the Parliament's Vote) about 

. the Conftitution of England. — — - - 

...... j- 1 . concern 

tag the Defirei of the Scots Parliament. - 



■ conce r n- 
big the Forces marching into the North. 
' concern- 



ing Berwick and Carliflu 

— Letter to the Earl of Mexchrjltr, with an 
Account of the Scats Parliament, concern- 
ing the March of fome Engiijh Forces into 
the North. ■■■■- — 

' — Reply to the Anfwer of the Scots Paper of 

the ;th of Jxnt, 1648. — —— 

— — Letter to the Home of Peers for Leave to 

return home. -- — ■■■ — 

— further Addiefe to the Committee of 
Kftates, relating to Berwick and Carliflt. 

— Paper to the Committee of Eftates, con- 
cerning fome Propofitions to the King in 

■ the ijit *f Wgkt. 

Recalled by the Parliament. - ■ — — — 
Their Letter to the Lord-Treafurer of Scotland, 

concerning their Return home. — — 
Lift of, appointed to go to Bury in Sutfi/t, to ' 

(upprefs an Infurrecrion there. ■ - ■■- ' 1 7 
Inftruclions to them. ■■■ ., ■■■■17 

Their Succefi in that Buunefa, Account of. — ■ 17 
Of the new Great Seal made for the Ufc of the j 

Commons, Lift of. ■ ■■ — 1x0, 

Their Salary. ■ ■■ - , ig 

Of Excife, prohibited from holding any otheri 

Employment, - ■- j 19 

H 3 



tag'- 

»T»>"7 
1770181 
23°. t 

»3t. 2 
»3»» 3 
»3J. * 
>J4. 5. & 

251 

2601*284 
>»t»S 
285, 6 



286, 7 
338 

3S3. 

•St 
'54. 5 , 

■ 33,6,7.*' 



287 
COM- 



me^y Google 



ix J IN D E X to the 

Vtl. Pap. 
COMMISSONERS, Lift of, appointed by the 
Commons to fettle the Civil Affairs in lrt- 
land. — — — — <9 406 

Jnftniaioiu to them. — — '9 *o6ft4l« 

Their Salary. ■ '9 4*0 

Of tbt Militia, for tbt Ctuntj t/Lllttfitr, their 
Letter, expreffing a Readinefs to oppofe 
the Invafion of the Stets in 1651. — 20 9, 10 

Lift of, appointed to compliment Gen. Cromwell 

on his Viftory at Wtrttftir. — — 20 48 
3nftruclioni to them from the Commons. — 20 48, 9 
How received by the General. — — 20 49 

ljftof,appointedfbrtheGovemmentofSr»//»»n/.|20 82, 3 

- of Inland. 20 91 

Inftruaions to the latter. 20 9* *• 97 

Lift of, for nominating Commiffion- Officers in 

the Army. 21 399 

\. 21 469 
- — ■ 1 ' for governing the Army. J 22 |0 £ ( ^ 

— — appointed by Parliament to attend the 

King at Breda, 22279 

Their Inftruaions. 22 2.79, So 

COMMITTEE, Lift of, appointed to confider 
of an Aid for King Hoary III. 

Lift of, elected to reform the State in 1258. — 
1 1 to reprefent the whole Commu- 
nity in Parliament. ■ — ■■■'— 
1 appointed to treat of an Aid for the King. 

_____ _— by the Parliament, in 1 308, 

to govern the Affairs of the Realm. — 

Their Oath on that Oceafion. — — — 

— — Preamble to fundry Ordinances by them 

Lift of, fern by the Barons to King Edward II. 
demanding the Banifliment of the two Dt- 
fptttftrs. — - - ' ' 

■ 1 appointed to demand the Resignation of 

his Crown. ■ , ■ . — — 

- to treat with the Commi 



about a Subfidy in 1373. 

■ to treat with the Commons 



143 
143 



159 

183 



about the King's Declaration in 1376* — I Ai l * 

COM- 



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P&liamentary HiJ&ty ef England. 

Vol. 

COMMITTEE, Lift of, appointed to affift the 

Commons in the DifpatchofBufine&atthi 

Parliament in 1377. — — — — 

Lift of. appointed to furvey the Houthold of 

King Richard II. 

. the Government 

of hit Perfon and Court. 

- to confer with the Commons 



about the King's going in Perfon againft 
the Frtncb. 

■ — on Whom the Authority of Parliament 
was delegated in 1398. — 

Their arbitrary Proceedings, Particulars of. — 

Lift of, appointed to receive King Richard's Re- 
signation of his Crown. 

to ps/s the Sentence of his De- 
molition. ' — 

. to examine the Charge againft 

Henry Beau/art, Bifhop of Wincltfitr — 
• to confer with the Commons. 



on Affairs of State, m 1514. 

- to fcJlicit them for an Aid, for 



Defence of the Northern Borders, 
to examine the different Opinions 

in Religion. — — - ■ ■ 
to treat of the Doctrines of Chrift. 



a expound the Difference and 1 

Realbnablencfs of Ceremonies. j 

to confult abuut an Alteration; 



of the King's Stile. ■ ■ 

■ to confider of a Bill foraboliQiing 



Herefies. 
— — — — to confider of a Bill for prevent- 1 

ing the Decay of Tillage. 
— ■ '■- ' -■ ■'■ — — - for repealing 

certain Statutes for Treafon. — — — , 
— ■ — - for enforcing 

the Ecclefiaftical Laws. — — — 
to interrogate the D. of Samtrfit, 

as to his figning a Charge againft himlelf, 

— ■ -- to confider of a Bill touching 

, the Marriage of Queen Mary, — — 



Pep. 

33» 
35* 
3 6 5. 6. 

373 

49* 
494«49» 

«,J 

it 

196 
il 
86 



160 
■94 

202 

229 
249 . 
25O, I 

3°3 

COM. 



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120 



I N D E X to the 
jv. 

COMMITTEE, Lift of, appointed to follicit 

the Commons for an Aid, in 1558. - - - 

Lift of, appointed by Parliament to petition 

Queen Elizabeth about her Marriage and 

the Succefllon. ■ — 

- to confider of an Academy for 



Pcrfons of Quality. 
— — by the Commc 



immons for Privileges. — 
Elections. — 
Religion. 



- Grievances, — 

- Courts of Joftlte 

- Trade. — 

- trtjb Affairs. > 
- to inquire who were the prin- 



cipal Contrivers of the new Canons in 
1640. ' ' - — — 

Their Power to this Purpofe. — *— — 

Appointed to inquire into the Breaches of Par- 
liamentary Proceedings. — — 
Thek Authority on this Occalion. — 
Liftof, appointed during theRecefc of Parliament, 
Their Power, Account of. — *— 
— Proceedings during the Recefi, Particulars 

Lift of, appointed to wait on the King with a 

Petition and Remonftance concerning 

Grievances. ■ 

Their Reception, Account of. — 

Lift of, appointed to treat with the Seals Com 

miffioners about the hifb Rebellion. - ■ 
Their InftrucYions for this Purpofe. — — 
Lift of, appointed by the Parliament to attend 

the King at Tart. — 

Their Inftruftions. — ■ — 

_— Letter to the Parliament on their Arrival 

it T$ri. • 

1— Account of the King's Propositions to the 

Gentry ofthat County at a public Meeting. iu 
Appointed by the Parliament to endeavour the 

preventing a Civil War. ■■ ■ ■ 1 1 * 



Pig*. 



6i, ft 
38 



4i 

4S 

46 

497. « 
% lit 



54.5 

55» • 



♦93 "49* 
511, 12 

518*529 

IBI 

COM- 



iglzecy GOOgle 



Parliamentary Bjfiory of England. iai 
FtL P HU 
COMMITTEE, Lift of, appointed to ittend die 

, Parliament's Army. — — 

Of Safrty, their Letter to Lord Fairfax, figni- 
fying the Parliament' t Approbation of him 
to command their Forces in Ytr&Jbirt. - II +42,3 
Their fecond Letter to him. — — 1 1 443 

Letter to the Earl of EJix t concerning 

the Removal of his Army to Windftr. 12 466, 7 

■ ■ - fecond Letter, to the lame Purpofe. - - 12 468, a 
. — third Letter to him, by Order of Parlia- 
ment. ■ ■ — — 

Lift of, appointed to -prefers the Peace of the 

Commonwealth. ■ 21 380, I 

.,_—.— to conduct the public Affairs. 

Their Jealottfy of the £>»figns of Gen. Monk: 
-- Orders to Gen. Lamtrt concerning him. 22 7, £ 

Sub-Committee, Lift of. — — — 

Appoint Mr. Wbktttit Keeper of the Great Seal. 
Agree to a Treaty with Gen. Manie for a Set- 
tlement of the State. — — — 22 if 
Their Proceedings therein. — . . . ■ 22 15 

— Perplexity at this Time. — • 22 24 

Scheme for a new Government. — — 22 24 

— Conduct ordered to be inquired into. - 22 13a 
h tht Parliament' i Army, their Letter, concern- 
ing a Petition from both Houfes to the 
King. 

Appointed by the Commons to feqaefter the 
Eftates ef the Royalifts — • 

Of b*ib Kingdoms, their Letter to the Com- 
manders of the King's Force* in Nertb- 
Kitibirland. —.,,,- — ■— « 

Their Declaration to the Country, touching 
billeting of Soldiers. — ■■■ — 

■ ■ ■ Propofitions for Peace. — ■ 

— Oath adminiftered to them by Order of 
the Parliament. — . 

. •— Letters concerning the Motions of the 
King's Army. — ... ■ ■ 

- concerning the Motions of the Scuts 



Army before Htrtftrj, •-* 



456 

36. 7. « 

1771.18s 
256 

33'. » 

35 
COM- 



Jiglizecy GOOgle 



132 I N D E X to the 

V»t. 
COMMITTEE »/ b*b Kingdoms, their Order 
for preventing Sir Jacob Afiley joining his 
Forces with thofe at Oxford. ■ 

Lift of, appointed to join with the Setts Com- 
miffioners, for better managing the com- 
mon Caufe. — — ^— I 3 

■ .. i . ■ appointed a-new by the Peers to join 

with the Scots Comroif&oners - — 13 

Of Waft and Means, appointed by the Com- 

monsforfapportingtheParliament'sArmy. 13 

Rtfidirtg with the Parliament's Army in tit Weft, 
their Letter, giving an Account of a fecund 
Battle at Newbury. — 13 

Rifiding with the Army in the Ntrtb, their Letters 
concerning Newcafile t tltt, — — 
'Their farther Account relating to the Nor- 
thern Counties. — 13;: 

. Letter, concerning the March of the Scots 

Army towards JVeJlmtrtland. 13 \> 

Refiding wttb the Army btfere Nrwari, their Let- 
ters, &c. relating to. the Maintenance of 
the Scots Army there, — . ■— 

Their Letter, concerning the Scats Army. 

' . 1 1 Account of the Siege of that Town. 
1 Summons to the Governor to deliver up 
the Town and Garrifon to them for the 
Parliament. 
— ■ Letter, concerning the King's throwing 
~ fth. 



himfelf into the Sum Army 

■ 1 concerning the King and the Sur- 

render of Newark. — ■ — - 

OfEngliJb ani&cots, appointed to attend the Par- 
liament's Army at the Siege of Newark. 

Lift of, and Inftructioni to them for that Purpofe. 

OfGleucefitr, their Letter, relating to the King's 
new Levies. — —— ■ 

Of the Houfe of Commons rtfiding at Tort, their 
Letter, of Complaint againft the Scots Ar- 

Tfaeir .Letter to the lame Purpofe. 



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'7 



. Parliamentary Hjftpry of England. 

Fo, 
COMMITTEE tftht Hiufe of Commons refiding 
at York) their Letter, concerning the Re- 
moval of the Scots Army Northward*. - 

Of the EfiaUt of Scotland-, their Letter exculing 
their Delay in meeting the Englijb Com- 
milEoiiers at Berwici. ■ — 

Their Letter to the Englijb Commiffioners at 
Berwici, relating to a Treaty for regula- 
ting lame particular Affairs between the 
two Kingdoms. — ■■ 

— Letter to the Parliament of England, re- 
quiring a free Paflkge for their Meflengers. 

■■ Letter, concerning the calling home their 
Army from Ireland. ■ — 

* ■ ' Lift of Commiffioners appointed to hear 
the Commiffioners from the Parliament of 
England, and to receive their Papers, &c. 

— Order for that Purpofe. ■ ■ — 
-- Paper, fetting forth their Diftatisfa&ion at 

the Proceedings of the Englijh Parliament. 

1 Declaration of the Reafons for the Return 

of their Army into England, in 1648. — 

— Letter to Gen. Cromwell, concerning the 
Reftitution of Berwici and GariiJU. — 

•— Anfwer to that General's Paper concerning 
fomc Scots Malignants. — — 

— Letter to the fioufc of Peers, defiring a 
good Correfpondence with the Englijh Par- 
liament. — — .■'■. 

— Letter of Credence to Sir John Cbiefley, 
appointing him their Agent for that Pur- 
pofe. _ 

— — Letter, commending the Behaviour of the 

Englijb Army in Scotland. — 

Appointed to compound with the Royattfts for 

their fequcftered Eftates. — ■ ■ — 
U Cumin-land, their Letter of Complaint againft 

the Scots Army in the North. — — 
Lift of, appointed to go down into Devon/hire 

and Cornwall. ■ .___ 

Iflftrufliorja to them, Particulars of. — — 






l 455. « 

14 107, 4 
6 J 377, « 
6t3iitf3i4 



70 ■ 
3ii,'*l« 

3'4«33* 
29, 9 

72.3.4 
■04.5.* 
106, 7 



a 3 6 . 7 

258. 9 
COM-, 



Iglizecy GOOgle . 



124 I N D E X to tie 

FtL 

COMMITTEE ej[ tht Army fir tht Militia if 
London, their Orders for fecuring the King 
and his Attendants, in cafe he attempted 
to come to the City. — 

Appointed by the City of London to attend Sir 
Thomas Fairfax s Army. — — 

Of tht London Militia, their Order, on Notice 
of the Army's Advance towards the City. 

Fir inquiring after tht Authors if Fitttnet dent 
ti tht Parliament by tht London Apprentices, 
their Report thereof. — — — 

Appointed by the Commons to expoftulate with 
Lord Fairfax on the Violence done to 
the Members of that Houfe in 1648. — 18 

Their Paper delivered on that Occafion. 18 

■ ■ ■ Reply to the General's Anfwer. — — iS 
Appointed by the Commons for regulating the 

Practice of the Law. — — — 
. f ■ ■ '- for Tythes, their 

Report concerning them. — — 

Appointed to receive the Scruples of Cromwell, 

as to his being King. . — 

Their Debate with him thereon. — — 
Lift of, appointed for the Army. ■ 

_-.- — .1. for Treafurers of War. - - 

■ i ' .. for the Admiralty and Navy. 
Of Lords, ordered to attend the King at Breda, 

' , Lift of. 

COMMITTEES, Lift of, appointed by Crom- 
ihelTt firft Parliament forRcdrefs of Grie- 
vances. 

COMMONS, Antiquity of their being made a 
Branch of the Legislature, various Opinions 

When firft elected to ferve in Parliament. ■ 
■ ■ fummoned by Writ out of every 
County for that Purpofe. — 

Their Aid granted to Edward II. for his Expe- 
dition into Scotland. • — — 

— — Grant to the King in 1310. — — 

When firft made a diftinQ Houfe. — — 



P<*gf, 



438 



278-, 9 



4 I 7 - 

461 

+62 



*37»« 

66/aii 

»59 



86, 
'5* 

214, 21 

COM' 



)]i:»^y GOOgle 



Parliamentary Btji&ry of Ehgl and. i« 

COMMONS, their Anfwer to the Prince Re- 
gent, in 1339* concerning the Demand of 

Their Grant to' Edward III. at the Parliament 



in 1340. 

— - Petitions to the King, concerning die Li 

berry of the Subject, (ic. — — ■ 

— — Rcmonftrance to the King againft Papal 
Encroachments. — ■■ — ■ ■■ 

— Letter to the Pope, concerning his Oppref- 
fioiu, ■■ ■ ■ -■ — 

— ■ Subfidy granted in t^-jio^ thtFrtnch War. 
—•Petitions to the Prince Regent at that 

Time. — 

— Declaration concerning the French War. 
Advice to the King, with refped to Peace 

at home. ■ - — ■ — 

— Reprefcnration of the State of the Realm, 
and of the Conditions on which the Supply 
was to be granted. — 

■ ■ ■ ■■- touching the Poverty of the 

common People. — ■ 

~ Anfwer to the King's Demand concerning 
a Peace with France. • — 

— Petitions to him at the Parliament in 135+. 



or his 



1 Acknowledgments to the King for 

Kindnefs to them. ■ — 

^— Requeft, concerning his Profperity, He. 
—— Petition to him, concerning unreafonable 

Impolitions. 

againft Clergymen holding Offices 

of State. 

Sae out Writs for their Wages and Expences, at 

the Parliament in 1372. ■ 

Their Petitions to the King on granting an Aid 



in 1373. 
-Requeft 

(h fitly, 



Requeft for a Council to attend him con- 



Proteftation againft the Conduit of hie 

Minifters. - — — — 



219 

230 

*53 

254, 5, 6 

263 

263.4.5.6 
269 

269 

*7«» »»* 

*77 ■ 

283 

284, 5, 6 
288/0290 

*95 
295 

297 

3©9» w 

313 
315*3x7 

319 
320 

COM- 



Jglzecy GOOgk 



126 INDEX ts the 

Vd. 

COMMONS, their efpecial Points to be in- 
quired into at the Parliament in 1376. 
Their Impeachments in Confequence thereof - 
■ 1 ..■ Petition to the King, concerning Juftices 
' of the Peace. ■ — — — 

1 1 _■ . ...1. 1 for the Removal of 

Atict Pitrct, his Miftrefi. — — 
. 1— Petitions at the Parliament in 1377. - - 
—■J- Requeft to Richard II. at his. firit Parlia- 



Difpatch of Bufinefs. . ■ 

Complaint againft them by the Duke of Lmcajltr. 
Their Anfwer. ■■■■'■ " - — — - 

How replied to by the Duke. - - — 

Elect Sir P.tttr dt la Mart for their Speaker. - - 
Their Proposals for regulating the Government. 
How anfwered. ■ ■■— ■ ■■ 

Their Petitions to the King at this Parliament. 
Chu'fe Siijamtt Pickering for their Speaker, at 

the Parliament in 1378. — — 

Their Remonftrance on the State of the Nation. 
——Petitions to the King in Confequence there- 

1 Propofal concerning the Forts beyond Sea. 

' Elect. Sir John Gilitrjburg for their Speaker, at 

the Parliament in 1379. — 

Their Petition to the King, relating to the Dif- 

charge of his Standing-Council. 

- to his prin- 



Pag*. 



cipal Officers. — 

__ to the Sur- 

1 vey of his Houfhold. — — — 
Chufe Sir John Gildtrfiurg for their Speaker, at 

, the Parliament in 1380. — 

Their Reply to the Demand of an Aid for the 
French War. — — — 

— .... Proteftation concerning the fame. 

. Grant of a Poll Tax. — 

Claule for excluding themfelves from be- 
ing Collectors thereof. — ■ 



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ParUdmeatary Hilary of England. 
Vol. 

COMMONS, chufe Sir Richard P^alfgravt for 

their Speaker, at the Parliament in 1381. 

TheirPetitions to the King, touching theCharee 

■ by the Treafurer. — _ _ 

How anfwered. . — 

Their Complaint of Abufes in the Government. 
—Petitions to the King for Pardons, on Ac- 
count of Tome Tumults. — — 
— — ■ Anfwer, concerning his Want of Money. 

farther Requeft as to Pardon 

Proteftation on the Grant of a Subfidy. - 

Petition to the King for a Repeal of the 

Statute of Herefy. -*. 

for regulating his 
Houfhold, Utc. — _ 6 _ 

Anfwer to the Articles of Peace between 

England and Franc t in 1384. - - - - 

Petition to the King, concerning the State 

of his Houfhold. — . 

1 ' '■ his Chief 

Officers. — — 

Articles of Impeachment againft Lord- 
Chancellor Pelt. — 

_Requeft to the King, concerning his 

Standing- Council. — 

Impeachment of Sir Rabert Belknap, and 

others. — , 

■ Anfwer to the Matter of Exeufe alledged 

by them. — 

Impeachment of Job* Blah and Thomas 

■ of Thomas Rufiooki, Bi- 

ftop of CbicbeJIer. — 

further Impeachments, Account of. — 

Petitions to the King, concerning the Pro- 
ceedings in this Parliament. - -' - - 
Aflem to his difpenftng Power, with re- 
fpe& to the Statute of Frovifors. 

Proteft on that Occafion. — 

Elect Sir John Bujfy for their Speaker, at the 
Parliament in 1394. — ,—.__. 



I27 

Pa&. 

3°4 

3*4, S 

365 

3*S 

366, 7 

367 
367 
370 

37* 

374. S 



388 

388 

397*8,0, 

4'3 

432 

433 

434 

43* 

437.8,9 

450 
450 

452 
COM- 



, i,^ c;!y Google 



laS I N D E X to the 

r»t. 

COMMONS, their Advice, M to the War, de- 
manded by the King. — — — 
Their Anfwer. — — — 

— — Subiidies granted this Scffion. — 
■—— Grant to the King, at the Parliament in 
1395- — — — 

— — rruteflation on that Account. — » — 
Elca Sir John Buffi for their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1397. — — - 

Their Bill for regulating the King's Houlhold, 

Heads of. — — — 

Fall under his Difpleafure. — — 

Their fubmiflive Addrefc for Pardon. — — 
How anfwered. — — — 

SAc&. Sir Jthn Buff} again for their Speaker, at 

the Second Parliament, in 1397. — • — 
Their Requeft, concerning a general Proctor for 

the Clergy. — — — 

— ■ ' Proteftarion touching their Proceedings at 

this Parliament. — ■ ■ ■ 

»■ ■ Impeachment of Thomat Arundel-, Arch- 

bifhop of Canterbury. — 

w- ■ — Petition to the King for Judgment againft 

him. — — — 

■ Interceffion in Behalf of thofe Lords con 
cern'd in the King's Com mi (Eon, made ii 
the tenth of his Reign. — — — 

•— — AddreJs to the K ing, for hi*. Favoor to the 

Earls of Derby and Nottingham. — — 

—- — Oath for fupporting the Resolutions of this 

Parliament. — — — 

— ■ - ■ Subfidy granted the King for Life. ■ 

■ ■■■-■ Requeft at the fame Time. — — 

— 1 Petition to the .King for delegating the 

Power of the whole Parliament to a Com- 
mittee. ' — — — 

Elect Sir Jehu Chatty for their Speaker in 1399- 
■Sir John Darewood Speaker in his Stead, 
and the Reafon thereof. — — 

Their Subfidy granted to Henry IV. at this Scf- 
fion. — ■ — — — 



J*#//. 



Jglzecy GOOgk 



Parliamentary Wjhry ^England. 

Vol. 
COMMONS, their Requeft in Favour of Jehn di 
Mentfort, Duke of Britany. — — * 

Their Petitions to the King. — — 

— — Proceedings concerning the Judgment 
againft WtBiam h Senft^ Eari of {fthjbirt, 
and others. — — — 

Chufe Sir Arnold Savage for their Speaker, at the 
Parliament in 1401. — — 

Their Acknowledgments to the Kingfor his Pro- 
mHe to maintain the Catholic Faith. - - 

Advice concerning the Challenge made 

him by (he French. — -».*. 

— — Subfidy granted this Sefiion. — — 

— — A'ddrefs to the King in Favour of Edward 
Plantagenet, Earl of Albimarli, and others. 

— — Requeft to him for his Affiftance in pacify- 
ing the Schifm in the Church of Rome. - 

— — farther ' Subfidy granted at this Time, 
and their Manner of prefenung it. - - - 

Appoint Sir Henry Red/ord their Speaker, at the 
Parliament in 1403. — — — • 

Their Addrefi to the King on his Succeia in 
Wales, Scotland, tfc. — — — 

■ large Subfidy granted this Seffion, Parti- 
culars of. — — — 

How complimented for it. — — — 

Appoint Sir Arnald Savage their Speaker, at the 
Parliament in 1404. — > — — 

Their Requefts to the King at opening this Sef- 
fion. ' — " — — — 

• further Proceedings at this Time. — 

Appoint Sir Wt&tam Sturmty their Speaker, at the 
Parliament in 1405. — — — 

Their Subfidy 'granted there, Particulars of. — 

' Requefts at opening this Seffion. — — 

—- — Addrefs to the King, for applying the 
Revenues of the Church to the Service of 
the State; — — — — — 

How reprimanded by the ArchbMhop of Canter- 
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Vol. 
COMMONS, chufc Sir John TtbeM for their 
Speaker, at the Parliament in 14.06. — 

Their Subfidy granted there. 

Requefts to the King. — — 

Affent to the A& of Settlement for fixing 

the Crown m General Tail. — — 

- 1 Articles for the better Regulation of the 

Government. — — — 

Chufe Sir Thomas Chancer fot theirSpeaker, at the 
Parliament in 1407 ■ — , ~ — 

Their Compliments to Prince, iftsrjr on his Vic- 
tories in Walts. — — — 

— ■■■■ Subfidy granted the King, — — 
__ — Order to prevent their. private Debates 

from being communicated to the King. — 
Appoint Sir Thomas Chaucer for their Speaker, at 

the Parliament in 1410. 

Their Charge from the King. — 
— — great Refped paid to Prince Henry, In- 
stance of. — — 

— „. ■ Requeft to the King, for a Mitigation of 
the A& againft the Lellards. — — 

. Remonftrance againft the Clergy. 

How anfwered by the King. — — — 
Their further Petition concerning the Clergy. 
. Reafon in Support thereof. -— — 

- .... Difappointment in thefe Proceedings. — 

— Rcfentment againft the King for fulcring 
a Lollard to be burnt. — 

— — Subfidy at this Time. — 

1 voluntary Grant to the King, to be dif- 

pofed of at Pleafurc, Account of. — — 

Chufc Sir nomas Chaucer again for their Speaker, 

at the Parliament in 1411. — — 

Their Subfidy at this Seffion. — — 

Tax upon Land, firft Inftance of. — 

Elc& William Stourten for their Speaker, at the 

firft Parliament of Henry V, — 
.— ~ Jebn Doreiuoodt Efq; in his Stead, and the 
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COMMONS, their Petition to the King, concern; 

ing Aliens. ■■ — • — 2 129 
Their Soblidy granted this Seffion. — — 2 129 
r Petition to the King, for redrafting Grie- 
vances, He. — — _- 
— further Attempt againft the Revenues of 

the Clergy. — " — ■ — 

How defeated again. — — 

. Fiect Thomas Chaucer* E6j; for their Speaker, at 

the Parliament in 14.14- — - — 

Their Supply granted there. — — — 
Chufe Sir frailer Beauchamp for their Speaker, at 

the Parliament in 1415. — ' — 

Their Petition at this Seffion. — — 

Appoint Roger Flower, Efq; their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 14.16. — — 

Their Supply granted for the French War. — 
Appoint Roger Flower, Efq; again their Speaker, 

at the Parliament in 1417. — — 2 155 
Their Subfidy granted there. — • 2 155 

Appoint Roger Flower, Efqj their Speaker, at 

the Parliament in 14I9. — ■ ■■■'■- 2 160 
Their Subfidy granted this Seffion. — — 2 160 

. in iiai. -_ — 2 t6» 

Appoint Richard Bajnard, Efq; their Speaker, at 

the Parliament in 1421. ' — — 2 r6j 

Their Sublidy granted there. — *— 2 165 

Hc& Roger Flower, Efq; for their Speaker, at 

the firft Parliament of Henry VI. - -2 172 
Their Subfidy granted the King. -* — 2 173 
Bed John Rufel, Efq; foi their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1423. — 

Their Subfidy at this Time. — ■ 

Chufe Sir Thomas Nanton for their Speaker, at 

the Parliament in 1425. — — — 2 186 
Confulted in a Cafe of Precedency in Peerage. • 2 186 
Their Subfidy granted this Seffion. — — 2 187 
— - Petition concerning Non-Relidence of the 

Chafe Sir Richard Vernon for their Speakei. 

the Parliament in 1426. — — - 2 1 192 

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Vol, Pag*. 
COMMONS, their Subfidy granted in 1426. — 
Their further Attack on the Clergy- — — 
Ele&jfbmrjrrel, E&i; for their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1428. — — 

Their Subfidy granted there, and a Poll Tax, 

Particulars of- — — — 

Chufc mtiiam Mington, Efq; for their Speaker, 

at the Parliament in 1419. — — — 
Their large Subfidy then avexti. — — — 
—- Application to the King, ia Favour of Car- 



- Applic 
dinal Btaufert. 
— — farther Grant at this Sefflon. — — 
- — Petitions to the King. — — 

.— Proceedings in a Cafe of Privilege. — — 
Appoint John Tyrrel, Efq; their Speaker, at the 
Parliament in 1431. — — 

Their Subfidy and a Land-Tax granted there : 

Account of. — — 

. Petitions to the King at this Seffion. — 
Appoint John Rufj*L, Efqi their Speaker, at the 
Parliament in I4J2« — — 

Their Subfidy granted to the King. — — 
— — Petitions at this Seffion. — — 

Eleft Rugtr Hunt, Eiqt for their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1433. — 

Obliged to fwear to the Obfervance of an AS 

agamft Quarrels. — ■ -—-■ 

Their CtimnKnients to the Duke of Buffard, on 

his Martial Conduct in Prima. — — 

— — Subfidy, and a Vote of Credit, granted 

this Seffion, Account of. 

EleS Jain Bewtt, Efq; for their Speaker, at the 
ParKameBt in 1435. — — — 

Their large SubGdy granted there, Particulars of. 
Appoint Sir Jtkn Tyrrtl for their Speaker in 1436. 
Their Subfidies granted that Seffion. — — 
YX&WxUiamTrtflmm, Efq; their Speaker, at the I 
Parliament is 1439. — ■■ \ 

Their Supplies granted at that Time. — — 
«— Patitioa to the King, Particular* of. — ' 



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209 

2'210, 

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COMMONS, chufe William BmrUtgb, Efq; their 

Speaker* at die Parliament in 1445. — — 

Their Subfidy granted at that Time. — — 

Compliments to the Marquis of Suffili, for 

his Service in negotiating the King's Mar- 
riage. — ■-■' — 
— — Vote in Confequence thereof. — 
EleetfTilliemTrtfaimtEfyxheir Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1447. — 

Join Day, Efq ( their Speaker, at the Par 

iiament in 1440. ■■■■■■ -■■ ■ — 
Their Sublidy and a Poll-Tax granted there. — 
Chufe William Tre/ham, Efq; their Speaker, at 

the Parliament In 1450. — 

Their Accufation againft the Duke of Suffolk. — 

— Requeft for his Imprifonment. — — 

Articles againft him. ■■ - — — 

Cbufe Sir William Oidbatt their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1451. — — — 

Their Monopoly granted there, to raife Money 

for the King. 1 ■ . ■ 
Requeft to the King, for the Removal of 

rnoft of his Servants. — — • — 

How anfwered. -■-■ ■-— — 

Cbufe Thomas Thorpe, Efq; their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1453. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Their Subfidy granted that Seffion. — — 

— Number of Archers voted for the King's 
Service. — 

■ farther Grant at that Time. — — 

Cbufe Sir Thomas Charlton their Speaker, inftead 
of Thomas Thorpe, and the Occafion there- 
of. ---■ -■ — 2 271 

Their Requefts to the Lords, concerning Calais, 

Appoint Sir John Wenleck their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1455. — — — 2 279 

Their Requeft to the Lords, touching the Ap- 
pointment of a Proteftor. — — 2 281 

Elect 1 homes Trtjham, Efq; their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1460. ■■ 2 288 

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COMMONS, their Requeft in Favour of frnidry 
Perforu concerned in Rebellion againft the 

Their Accjifation againft Lord Stanley. — — 

EleaTe*" Grten, Efq; their Speaker, at the Par- 
liament in 1461. 

Their Debate on the Duke of Tart's claiming 
the Crown. 

Elect Sir James Slrang-uiayei Speaker, at the Par- 
liament held by Edward IV. in 1461. — 

... ; . John Say, ED]; for their Speaker, at the 
Parliament in 1463. — — 

Their Sub lid y granted there. — — 

Subfidies granted to the Ring for Life, at 

their Seflion in 1464. — • — 

ChufeSir John Say for their Speaker, at the Par- 
liament in 1467. — — — 

Their Subfidy granted at the Seflion in 1468.. - 

Chufe William Allingtan, Efq; their Speaker, at 
the Parliament in 1472. - . ■ — 

Grant the King a Supply, for which they are 
thank'd by John Alceci, Bilhop of Rochefter, 
in the King's Name. — ■ ■ ■■ 

Their Requeft for executing the Laws againft 
Riots, &c. 

■ . Subfidy granted at the Seflion in 1473. 

Grant the King another Subfidy. — 

— • -• another in 1474, Account of. 

— : ' — . two more Subfidies at this Par- 

Chufe tVittiam Allingtm their Speaker, at the 
Parliament in 1477. — — r 

— Jabn Wood, Efq; to that Office in 1482. 
Their Subfidy granted then. — — 

— large Supply granted to Henry VII. at the 
Parliament in 1488. — 

— — Subfidy granted in 1498. — — 
Elect Edmund Dudley, Efq; their Speaker, at 

the Parliament in 1505. ■ 

Their Subfidy and Benevolence granted this 

Seflion. • ■■ • - . — 



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Parliamentary ISJiory of England. " 135 

Ft!. Pagt. 

COMMONS, ded Thtmas IngU/Uld, Efq; their 

Speaker in 1509. — ■ 

Procure a Bill of Attainder againft the Perrons 

and Eftates of Sir Thomas -E/nftftn, Knt. 

and Edmund Dudley, Efq; — . — 

Grant a Subfidy to King Henry VIII. in 1509. 
■ Chufe Sir Robert Sheffield their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1510. — . — 

— Thomas Nevile, Efq; - ...... ■ - in 1514. 

Grant the King a Subfidy , — — ■■■ — 

Their Wages for attending the Houfe, haw 

paid, and what. — ■ ■— — 

Fleft Sir Thomas More for their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1523. — - 

TheirDebate on the Demand of Cardinal Woifey. 
Grant the King a Subfidy at this Parliament, to 

be paid in four Years Time. — — 
Elefl Thomas Audlty, Efq; for their Speaker in 

Acquit Cardinal Woifey of the Trealbn charged 

againft him by the Lords. — — 

firing in a Bill to reform the Abufes of the 

Clergy. 

Are highly provoked at John Fijbtr, Bifliop of 

Rocbejitr, for his Speech againft their Bill. 
Complain of him to the King on this Ocafion. 
Set on Foot a Reformation in Religion. — 
Their Debate on a Bill palled in the Houfe of 

Lords for a Pardon to all Spiritual Perfoos. 
Are excluded from this Pardon, but afterwards 

admitted to the Benefit of it. — 

Their Remonftrance to the King againft the 

Clergy. 

Grant the King a Fifteenth for the Defence of 

the Northern Borders. 3 

Their Refolution, touching Queen Catharine. 3 
■ Affront offered to John Stoitjley y Bifliop 

of London. ■■■ ■.-'-■■■ 

?-le<a Richard Rich, Efq; for their Speaker in 



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Vet. 

COMMONS, grant trie Kiiig a SuWidy. 

Grant the Kins Mother Subfidy this Parliament. 
Eled Tbtmai M*yh, Efq; for their Speaker in 

1542. 

Their Proceedings on the Arrcft of one of their 

Members. . , , ■ . 

Ele<5t Sir Jtbn Baktr for their Speaker, at the 

firft Parliament of King Edward VI. in 

I5+7 , . _ 

Grant the King 1 Subfidy. — — 

Their Refolutioni with regard to the eldeft Sons 

of Peers fitting in their Houfe. — 

ChufeJ#m« Dyer, Efcjs thoir Speaker in 155a. 
Grant [he King ft Subfidy for two Years. — 
Eka John Ptilard, Efq; for their Speaker in 

1553. « , 

Addrefs Queen Mary againft marrying Philip 

of Spain. ........ 

Ek&Relurt £r»*t, Efq-, for their Speaker in 

1554. ■ 

PaJi a Bill againft Hercfie* and erroneous 

Preaching, which is rejected, by the Lord!. 
Their Refolutiim concerning a Point of Privilege. 
Chufe Cltmtnt Higbam, Etq; for their Speaker, 

at their fecond Seffion in 1554. — — 
Lift of, who left the Houfe this Seffion. — 

Are indi&ed on this Account. — — ■■ — 
Elect John Pollard* Efq; 3 fecond Time for 

their Speaker, at the Parliament in 1555- 
Grant the Queen a Subfidy. . - 

.- ... — ■ — .,.,- , . , Particulars of. — - 
Elcft William Cardtl, Efq; for their Speaker in 

Grant a Subfidy. — — •■ ■ ■ — 

Receive a Metnge from the Queen, to put the 

Nation into a Pofture of Defence. — 

Are difiatisfied, and come to no Rcfolution about 

h>* foilicited to grant another Subfidy, but 
without Effea. -^— ~ — - 



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the Common Prayer. 



- Treafon. 

- Simony. 

- Vagabonds 

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Parliamentary Hi/lory of England. 

Vol. 

COMMONS, Lift of, who loft the Houfe the two 

laft Parliaments of Philip and JHery. — 

Elect Sir Thomas Gargrav* for their Speaker, at 

the firft Parliament of Queen Elizabeth L 

, 5S 8. .. 

Grant the Queen a Subfidy. — 

Their Addrefs to the Queen, on the Subje'ft of 

her Marriage. ■ ■■ ■ — 

Determine a Point of Privilege. - 

Elecl TUmas fTiliiamt, Eftfe for their Speaker 
in 1562. ■ — - 1 

Grant the Queen a large Subfidy. 

Their fecond Petition, touching her Marriage. 
loforce this AddreJs by the Mouth of their 

Speaker. 

Their Proceedings on the Death of this Gentle- 
man. 1 . 
1\tSt Richard Oiifltvt, Efq; in his room, in 1566 
Are diflatisfied with the Queen's Anfwer, touch- 
ing her Marriage and SuccefSon. 

Their Debate hereupon. ...... 

Are reproved by the Queen for their bold 
Speeches, and forbid to meddle with that 

Affair any more. — 

Grant a Subfidy at this Seffion. ■ 

Hea Cbriftopbnr fVray, Efq; for their Speaker, 
Anno 1571. ■ ___ 

Grant the Queen a Subfidy. — — 

Their Method to prevent the Queen from being 
cheated of any Part of this Grant. — 

Debate this Seffion, relating to Religion. 

■— ■■ Subfidy. 

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r»i. 

COMMONS, their Debate this Seffiori, relating 

to Licences, by the Abp. of Canterbury. 

Their Debate this Seffion, relating toTrcafurera 

Burgeffes 



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- Liberties of 



detained. ' «-->-■■ — 

. — w, » the Com- 

munion. ■ — 

Are checked by the Queen, and forbid to debate 

on Points of Prerogative. -. 

Their Proceedings in a Cafe of Bribery. — 
Appoint Robert Bell, Efqj their Speaker, at the 

Parliament in 1572. *— 

Lift of, appointed fot a Committee, to confer 

with the Lords about the Affair of the! 

Queen of Scats. . -^ — • 

Their Proceedings in this Bufinefs. ■; 

Are prohibited from meddling with religious! 

Affairs. « »-«-r 

Grant the Queen a large Subfidy in 1575. -i-| 
Are greatly offended at Mr, Wentvierth, one of 

their Members, for his Speech at this Sef- 

Appoint a Committee to examine him. — 

Their Proceedings thereupon. — ■> 

Grant the Queen a Subfidy at their Seffion in 

Eleft John Ptpham* Efq; for their Speaker. - 
Their remarkable Prohibition by the Lord Chan- 
cellor Baton. — — - 
Appoint a public Faft. — 1 — . -™ — 
Di (oblige the Queen by it. — — 
Their Debate on this Account. — ' — 

! Submiffion. t— — 

— — Proceedings on a Speech of Sir Walter 

Mitdmey's. -1 

Ele& J. Puckering, Efq; their Speaker in 1585. 



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Parliamentary Hiflory-of England. 

Vol 
COMMONS, grant the Queen a Subfidy, at the 

Seffion in 1585. — 

Prefer a Bill for the better Obfervation of the 

Sabbath. ■ 

Their Debate about it. — 

- Proceedings againft William Parry, for his 

violent Opposition of a Bill againft Jefuits. 4 
Send an Addrefs of Thanks to the Queen. — 4 
Are complimented with a gracious Anfwer. 
Take into Confideration the State of the Realm. 
EIe& J"b n P*ci*ri*gt Efq; a iccond Time their 

Speaker, Anno 1586. — — — 

Receive a Meflage from the Queen, in Favour 

of the Queen of Scots. — — 

Their Rcfolution thereupon. — — 

Grant the Queen a Subfidy at their Seffion in 

•587- ■ — - — - 

Benevolence. 



Differ with the Lords about fettling a Bill for 

the Sale of feme Lands. — ■ 
Their Debate on a Motion for altering the 

Common Prayer. — - ■ ■ . 

Elect George Snaggy Efq; for their Speaker, at 

their Seffion in 1588. — 

Grant the Queen an extraordinary Supply. 
Their Debate on a Bill for regulating Abufes of 

the Exchequer. ■ 

i concerning Purveyors. - 

Obliged to drop thefe Proceedings. — — 
Their Attempts for a farther Reformation of the 

Clergy. 

- Debate on granting a Supply. — 
Elccl Edward Cote, Efq; for their Speaker in 



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Their Debate about palling a Bill againft Pu- 
ritans. : — 

Grant the Queen a large Subfidy. — — 

Their Debate on a Motion for a farther Supply. 

for reforming Kccle- 

jiaffical Courts. ' — 

Prop this Defign for fear of offending the Queen. 



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QOMMONS, their Debate on a BUI againft Re- 

cufanu. — ■ — — 

Their Debate on th« Supply. — — — 

Pals the SubWy-Bill for three entire Subfidies, 

and fix Fifteenths and Tenths. — — 

Their remarkable Preamble to this Bill. — — 

. Forbid by the Qyeen to meddle with State or 

Church Affairs. — — — - 

Zlc&Cbri/lapbtrTttutrlen, F.fq; for their Speaker 

in , 5 g 7 . — 

Grant the Queen a Subfidy at this Seflion. — — 
Their Debate on a Motion for Ihcreafc of Hus- 
bandry. — — 

— againft unneccflary 



Armour. 



nages. 



-for leffening Penal 

- againft Monopolies. 
- againft unlawful Mar- 



for a Supply. — 

— ■-■ Proceedings on this laft Motion. — — 
Are excluded the Houfe of Lords at opening the 

Seifion of Parliament in 1601. — — 
EIccl John Craeii, Efq; for their Speaker. — 
Their Refentment on occafion of their being 
excluded. - ■ ■ ■ ■■ 

Grant the Queen an uncommon large Subfidy. - 
Obtain the Favour of a Rehearfal of the Lord- 
Keeper's Speech at this Seflion. — — 
Their Proceedings thereuppon. — ■■ ■ — 
- — . — on a Bill relating to Bifhops' 

— 1 ■ . for fuppreffing Abu- 

fes in Weights and Meafures. — — 

— — Debate touching Elections for Members of 

the Houfe of Commons. — — 

'■-■■■- ■ ■ — a Supply. — — 
— — — _ — — Pluralities of Benefices. 
■ ...I Adultery. — — — 

... ,,. , !■ „ ■ — . Monopolies. ■■ ■ ■ — 



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Vol. Page. 
COMMONS, rewire a Menage from the Queen, 

that Monopolies fhould be revoked. — 4 468, 9 
TheirMotion and Speeches on this joyful News. 4 474/0477 
— Addreft of Thanks to the Queen. — 4 478, 9 
Pals a Bill for granting four Intire Subfidies, and 
eight Fifteenths and Tenths. — ~ - 
Their Debate on a Bill againil Curling and 

Swearing. ■■ 

-for retorting to Church. 



- concerning Pirates from Dunkirk. 
- Soldiers and Mariners. 



Lift of, at the firft Parliament of King-Jamts I. 
Ann* 1603. ' ■ — — — 

Elea Sir Edward Pbillipt for their Speaker. — 

Their remarkable Preface to the Journals of 
this Parliament. 

— Proceedings on Behalf of Sir Francis Goad- 
wi'h, elected Knight of the Shire for the 
County of Buds. — — 

Confer with the Lords about a propofed Union 
between England and Scotland. — — — 

about a Method to reform 

feme Ecclefiaflical Affairs. — 

Their Articles infilled upon at this Conference. 

— — Petition to the King, for a Difpenfation 
with regard to fome Minilters in Matters 
indifferent. - — 

•— Meffage to the Lords, for a Conference 
about \Vards, Refpitc of Homage, Te- 
nures in Capite, &c. ■ — 

Grant the King a Sublidy of Tonnage and Poun- 

Propolc an additional Supply to be granted this 

Prevented from this their Purpofe, by a Letter 

from the King. ■ — 

Their grateful Motion on this Account. - 

— Complaint againft John Thomberoughj Bi- 
fhop of Briftel. 

— Proceedings on the Imprifonment of Sir 
Timet Sbirltji one of thvir Members. — 



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to the 

Vol. 
COMMONS, their Entry in their Journals; tonch- 
ins the Gunpowder Plot. — * — 

Their Proceedings in this Affair. — — 

— " • ' ; on a Bill concerning the King's 

Purveyors. 



End 



- for a Subfidy. — — 
— — Propofal for a Reformation in Matters Ec- 

clefiaftical. * — — 

■ - . ■- Debate on a Bill for a Subfidy, Aunt 1606, 
■ extraordinary Method to prevent its being 

Grant the King a Supply after much Delay. — 
Their Debate on thePotnt of naturalizing the Salt 

— Proceedings again ft Sir Chriftephir Pigol t 
for his bitter Speech agauift thefe People. 

... Meflage to the Lords, concerning the cruel 
Treatment of Engltjh Merchants ,by the 

Endeavours to redrefs this Grievance. — 
Shew great Backwardnefs in granting the King a 
Supply at their Seflion in 1609. — — 
Their Requefr. concerning Wardfhips and Te- 
nures. ■ — - -- 

Dtvifion on a Motion for a Supply. — — 

» t Complaint to the Lords, touching a Book 
publifhed by Dr. Cowl, — • 

- - Exceptions made to it. — 
Are permitted to treat with the King about the 

Matter of Tenures. - 

Their Offer in tlcu of thefe accufiomary Perqui 

fites. ■ — < 

■ farther Proceedings in this Bufinefs. - — 
— — Grievances exhibited to the King. ■ 
Receive favourable Anfwers to their Complaints. 

Grant a Subfidy at their Seflion in 1610. 

Their Memorial of the great Contract with the 

King, relating to Tenures. — — — 
Elect Sir Randolph Crewe for their Speaker, at their 

Seflion in 1614. __-_ . 

Their pious Order relating to every Member of 

their Houfe. 



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P&fiamentary Hijtory of England. 

Vol. 
COMMONS, defire a Conference with the Lords 

on the Point of I'm pofit ions. ■ 5 

Are denied this Requeft, — — — 5 

Their Menage on this Refufal. — 3 

■ Complaint againft Richard Neile, Bifhop 

of Lincoln. ■ . . ■- 5 

Refentment and Proceedings in this Affair. 5 

■ Debate concerning Sir Henry Tilverton, 
Attorney-General. — ■ • - — 5 

■ ■ on a Motion for a Supply. — — 
Trifle greatly in this Bufinefs. — — 
Are threatened with a DilTolution of the Parlia- 
ment on this Account. 

Their Difregard of this Menace, and Relblution 

notwithftanding. — — — 

F.kft Thomas Richard/en, Eft]; for their Speaker, 

at the Parliament in 1620. — — 

j Their Debate concerning Recufants. — — 

■ ■ ■ on a Supply. — — 5 

- ., — ..- — on Grievances. — — 5 

■ Proceedings againft Sir Gilts Momptffin. 5 

Declaration of public Grievances. — — 5 

Pals the Subfidy-Bill with great Unanimity. — 5 
Receive a high Compliment from the King 

this Occaiion. 

Demand Judgment of the Lords againft Sir Giles 

Mamptjfan. ■ 

Remarkable Inftance of their good Agreement 

with the Upper Houfe. — — ■ 

Their Complaint againft Sir 'John Rennet, for 

Bribery. 

Demand Judgment of the Lords againft Sir Fran- 
cis Bacon, Lord Chancellor. — — 
— againft Sir Fran- 



cis Mitchell. 
Their Proceedings againft Edward Lloyde, Efq-, 

for Defamation. 

■ Sentence againft hi 

Give great Offence to the Lords by this Aft of 

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COMMONS, compromize the Matter, and yield 
up the Point of Judicature to them 
Are informed by the King of his Intentions to 
adjourn this Parliament. ■ —— 

' Their Concern on this Occafion. — -■■ 
Indulged with fitting a Fortnight longer than in- 
tended, ■■■■- — — 
Their Declaration to affift the King in the Re- 
covery of the Palatinate. — — ■ ■ 
Are ftrongly prefled by the Miniftry to provide for 

the Exigencies of State. 

Seem regardlefs of the Bufinefs of Supplies, and 
turn their Thoughts to Grievances, and the 
Means to redrefs them. — ■ 
Their Rcmonftrance to the King againft Popery., 
and the Marriage of Prince Charles with 
the Infanta of Spain, . — 
Forbid by the King's Letter to prefent it; — — 
Their fecond Remonftrance to the fame Purpote. 
- - P rote flat ion in Defence of their Privileges. 
Ele£t Sir Thomas Crewe their Speaker, at the Par- 
liament in 1623. — 

Their Anfwer to a Menage from the Lords for a 

Conference. ■ 

Thank the Duke of Bueiingbam for his Narra- 
tive, concerning his Negotiation in Spain, 
Their Rcafons againft the King's Proceedings 
in the Treaties with that Crown. — 

Determine to affift the King in a War with Spain. 
Their Petition againft Recufants. — — 

■ Complaint againft the Lord-Tieafurer 
Middltjix, by Sir Edward Coke. — 

■ - by Sir Edwin Sandys. — 
Demand Judgment of the Lords againft the 

Lord-Treauirer. — — ■ 

Their Charge againft Samuel Harfnet, Bifllop 

Defire the Lords to join with them in a Petition 
to the King for a longer Continuance of 
this Seffion. — - . 

Their Rcaibns for this Reaueft. — — 



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COMMONS, their farther Petition againft Re- 
culants, with a Lift of fuch of them who 

had Place, of Truft, &c. — 6 3*"* 3^9 

Pits a Bill for an Aid to the King. — — 6 33° 

Their Debate. about it. •— > $ 332, 3 

Elcd Sir tbamas Crewe a fecond Time for their 

Speaker, Jtmt 1625. — ■ 6 34^» $ 

Appoint a fotemn Faft amongft thcmfelves. - 6 35X 
Pais a Bill for granting two Soblidies to King 

Cbarkt I. 6 352 

— — ■ —Tonnage and Poundage. 6 352 

Their Complaint againft Dr. Mtntague. — 6 353, 4 
— Proceedings againft him. — — 6 392 ' 

Debate on a Motion for a Supply. — -6 363*1.366' 

— — Cenfure of Mr. EdwardClarii, for refleel- 

ing on their Houfe. — — 6 366 

Confer with the Peers on the Subjeft of Religion. 6 373 
Their Order, touching this Conference. —t 

Complaint of the King having granted a 

Pardon to a Jeutit. — — 

Prefled, by the Lord-Treaurer Ley, to think of 

a Supply for the Defence of the Nation. 6 397 
Their Debate on this Requeft. — — 6397,8 
Receive a Menage from the King to ihs/ame 

Purpofc. — — — — 6 398, 9 

Their Debate hereupon. — ■■ ■ - ■ 6 399 10401 

Complaint againft Sir Francii Strw*rt. 6 402 

Poftpone the Confederation of a Supply, and 

proceed in the Matter of Grievances. - 6 
Their Protertatfon on the Diflblution of this Par- 
liament in &ttgvfii 1625. 6 

EJccx. Sir Htneage Finch their Speaker, at the 

new Parliament in February, 1625. — 6 
Appoint a Committee for Privileges and Elec- 
tions. - — — — 6 

Receive a McfTage from the King, relating to Sir 
Edward Ciit. ■ — 6 

Their Proceedings thereupon. _ — 6 

Order concerning Grievances. — — 6 

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COMMQNSjar^ntaCommir^toinguire in- 
to, the Difburfement of the late Supplies. 
<. . Inquire into the Conduit of the Duke of Buck 

Requested by thtKing to haften the Supply. 
Receive a Meflage from him to the lame Purpofe. 

Their Anfwer. .. — r 4 - 

Reqeive a Meflage from the King, concerning 

Tome Afperfioas againft the Duk&of Buck- 

j w^fft., by. two of their Members. - — 

ThjirTJebate on Dr.; Xuratr's Queyes againft 

Refolve thatjcommonj'ame be deem'd a good 

J;:..-- Ground jofAccufation . 

"Their Proceedings, hereupon againft the Duke. 
Agfte-upon a jSupply on certain Conditions. — 

Thjeir Debate on the Duke's Conduit. - 

— -^ An/weLto the King's and Lord Keeper's 

c Speeches) relating to a Supply, and fome 

i ., -Reflections againft the Duke. — ■^- 

Adjoiiro for a Q\on T.ime at the Defire of the 

.-Kiijg. ' , ,, ,- ■ ; ■ , __ ■ : — 

Meet agam' purfuant to. their Adjournment. — 
Refunie their. Inquiry into .the Affair of Dr. Mm- 

r. .r tdgue. ... . - . . • — — r 

- ; Their Rsfolutioiuconcerninghim. — • — 
'Perfect their Charge againft the Duke of Bucking- 

horn. :.. i i — ; 

Agree upon a Supply to be granted to the King. 

Their Refolwions, touching fome frefh. Matte r 

-. . -of Complaint againft the Duke. — 

■ Lift 1 of; their Members appointed to manage 

■. .their Charge again.ft him. — 

Their 'Meffage to theLords, defiling his Com- 

ir mtMncnt. „ — - — • . ■ ■ — 

- — Charge againft him, , - — ■ 

■- — -RefolutionflntbelmprifonmentofSirZW- 

, . ' -tcj Diggt and ifcSfim Elliot. — ' _ — 

"" — ■ ' .. Proteftatjon concerning Sir Dudley Diggt. 

Commit Mr. More, one of thefr Members, to 

.- .thc'Towcf.fer rcHe&ing.on the King, — 



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COMMONS, -lay a'fcvere- Penalty- upon abfent 

' "Me)n ben'. ■ ,- — — — — 

Difgufted. atthe-Untvcrfity of Cambridge, for 
° chufing the Duke -of Buckingham their 

Chancellor. ••- . ' • 7 

Their XJrjier on this Occafion. —— — 7 
Anfwer to a Menage from the King, con- 
cern.ingthts Bufinefs. ■ ■ ~-r- 
Petttion for - the Removal of Popifh Recu- 
faiits from Places of Truft,'. ife. — — - 
Anfwer to the King's Letter to their 
Speaker about a Supply. — .— 
-Remonftrance-in Vindication of-their Pro- 
ceedings. - " ' ■■ ' ' ■ ■■■ 
Heel Sir John Finei .for their Speaker, at the 

' Parliament in i62y. — - — y 346 

Their Order for receiving the Sacrament. ■ ■ 7 1 359 - 
Appoint a' Committee- to draw up a Petition for 
a general Faft throughout the Kingdom. 
■Obtain the Concurrence of the Lords herein. — 
Their Debate on National Grievances. — - — 
* on a Supply* — . ■ — ■ — 

Appoint aCommittee toexamine the Proceedings 
againfl the Refufera of the Loan. —1 — 
;Thar. Debate on the King's Proportions for a 

■ Supply. . 7 3974*403 

rj Confinement. — - ■. — 7403 



—... ... oil foreign- .Employment againft 

Content. * !- ■ ■ 

- — Refolutionsconcetning the Liberty of the 

Subject. — , 

' Appoint a Committee to confer with the Lords 

0(1 this Affair. .'.' - — , - L — -■ ■ 

i Their Speakers- ar this Conference, Lift of. — 

Receive a Meffage from the King to hafleii the 

- Supply. - ■ -■' --'■ - . ■' — - 

Their Debate- thereon.. r. -. ■ ■■ - r 

Uiiahiraoufly refolve to grant the King five Sub- 
Appoint Mr. Secretary Cuok to acquaint the 
"King wkh-this-Refolution, — — -„•. 
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COMMONS, receive a Meffagefrom the King to 

make no Recefa at Eajttr, 1627. — — 
Are difpleafed thereat. ■ ■■ 

Their Debate upon it. — «- — — 

— — Anfwer to the King's Meflage. — — 

further Debate on the Supply. — — 

Receive another Meflage from the King to 

haftenk. .,■. ' ■ • 

Their Debate hereon. ■*■ — — ■ 

■■ Inftru&ions to their Speaker, in Anfwer 

to the laft Menage. — 

■ 1 ■ Petition to the King againft biHetting of 

Soldiers. ■■- '■■■- — - 

Receive an Information againft the Earl of Suf- 

fati t for charging Mr. Stldtn with razing a 

Record. — — 

Call upon Mr. Stlden for his Justification. • 
Their Proceedings in this Affair. — — 
■■■ fecond Conference with the Lords 00 the 

Liberty of the Subject. — — 

Receive forne Proportions from the Lords con 

cerning this Buiinefs. — — 

Are diflatisfied with them. — 

Their Debate on the King's Speech to both 

Houfes, touching their Liberties. - 
Order a Bill for fecuring this grand Point. — 
Their Debate hereupon. — . 

Receive a Meflage from the King to rely on bis 

Word for their Liberties. ■ 

Their Debate on this Meflage. — — 
Receive another to the lame Purpofe. — — 
Their Debate thereon. — ■ .. ; ■■■.■ 

■ ■'■■ Anfwer to the King's MeAagea. — 
— — Debate on bis Reply to their Anfwer. — 
Prepare a Petition of Right for the Security of 

their Liberties. —■• . 

Defire a Conference with the Lords on this Oc- 

Shew their Contempt of the King's Letter to the 
Lords, touching his Promuc* for fecuring 
the Liberty of the Subject — 



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COMMONS, receive from the Lords an Addition 

to their Petition of Rigbc — — 8 116,17 

, Their Debate thereon-. — - — 8 ilSleut 

Receive a Menage from the King to haften the 

Difpatch of this Bufinefs. — — 8 lag, 30 

Their Proceeding! in Conlcquencc of this Mef- 

fage. ■■ ■ 8 130 

— Restarts for refuting to treat any more with 

the Lords about their Petition of Right. 8 141, 2 

Obtain their Concurrence in this Particular, and 

admit of the Alteration! propofed. — 8 14a, % 
Their Manage of Thank* on this Occafion. - 8 144 
Diflatiafied with the King's Anfwer to their Pe- 
tition. ■ ■■■■■- 8 155 

Vote a Remonftraacc to be prefented on this 

Account. 8 164. 

Required by the King to entertain no frefh Bu- 

finefe this Seffion. 8 167, 8 

Their Declaration to the Lords againft Dr. 

Mamuaring. ■ . ■ .8 168M171 

Forbid to meddle with State, Government, or 

the Minrfiert thereof. — — 1 190 

Their Debate hereupon. — % — — - 8 . joort 196 

Receive a Mefiage from the King to avoid all 

Scandal on his Counfel and paft Actions. 8 ; 197 
Aflume again their Debate on Grievances. - 8 199**101 
Their extraordinary iRefolution, touching the 

Excift for railing Money. — — 

Obtain a frtisfa&ory Anfwer from the King to 

their Petition of Right. — — 8 20a 

Their Joy on this Occafion. — ■■ ■— 8 203 

Paft a Bill for granting five Subfidies to the King. 8 203 
Their further Proceedings againft Dr. Mamva- 

— Mefiage to the Lords, concerning the Pe- 
tition of Right, and Dr. Mamoaring'» 
Book of Sermons. — 8 206, 7 

Demand Judgment againft the Doctor, ■■ 8 lit 

Complain of the Commiinon of Excife. 8 213 

Their further Refolution concerning it. 8 214 

Obtain a Copy of the Commiffion. — — 8 214" 216 
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COMMONS, renew their Debate on the Duke 

of Buckingham's Adminiftration. — 8 

-Their Vote concerning Dr. Neile and Dr. Loud. 8 

■ Rcmonlr ranee to the King againft the 
.Dolce of Buckingham. 

further Debate on the Bill for Tonnage 

• and Poundage. --■ - — — 

Intend a Remonftrance to the King on this Head. 
Their Proceedings ftopp'd by a Prorogation of 

Parliament. ■■ ■ ■ 

Meet again in -Parliament, Anno 1628, 
Order, a Revival of all Committees on public 

Affairs. ■ — ■•■■ — — 

Thfir Inquiry concerning the Petition- of Right. 
— Debate about Mr. Rollet'% Goods being 

feized for refuting to pay Tonnage. — 

■ — ' ' on Grievances. -r- 

Receive a MeiTage from the King to batten thei 

Bill of Tonnage. — ___ 

Their further Debate on Grievances. — — 
. . - Refolution concerning the Articles of Re- 
ligion eftablifliedj Temp. Elix. — — 
— — Apolopv for delayingthe Bill of Tonnage. 
Receive the King's Anfwer to their Apology. 
Theii" Debate concerning it. : 

■ ■ Order relating to Dr. Montague. — 
— — . Proceedings about Pardons granted tofome 

: of the Clergy who had incurred their Dif- 

pleafure. — - 

Obtain an Anfwer from the King about a Fad. 

Receive a Petition jgjinft one Witberh:y<m for 

afperling the Chriftian Religion. — — 

Their Proceedings concerning Dr. Cofint. ■ 

\ — ; — Debate about Ailott, Efq; Sheriff of 

■- on Dr. AlbViague's Epifcopal Con- 
firmation. 



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Roiles about Tonnage. • ■ 

■ Proceedings in this Bufinefs. — 

— — general Older concerning Committees.. , - 



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C0MMQN3, their further Debate about. the 

' ". Sheriff of London. 

Commit him *o the Tower. — ' 

( ,Thcir further Debate on Pardons granted, 
1 on Tonnage and Poundage 

— — Order concerning Religion. — — 

Meffage to the Exchequer, relating .to the 

'■-■ Procefs againft Merchants for Tormage. 
Receive a Petition againft one Bargtfs, a Prieft, 
for Mifdenrcanors. — — - ..— 

Their Order concerning hirn. i — — 

■ — *- r- the Privilege of Mer- 
chants. . - " ■ ... . ■■- 

— *-s tbe.Faft.. — — 

■ ■ the Stay -of Proceedings 

againft Recufants. — — - 

' ■ ■■■- .-■- ■ ' Lord Lambert. — — 

■ ■ Debate on one of their Members, defiling 

to anfwer a Complaint againft htm in the 

Houfe of Lords. — .,, , . 

Receive an Anfwer from the Barons of the E** 

. chequer about Tonnage. — — . — 

Their Debate on the Proceedings againft foroe 

Popifh Priefts. * -r- 

Orders concerning Recufants. -^ — 

extraordinary Zeal in keeping .their Faft.. 

— — further Debate on Mr. Reiki's. Goods be- 
' ing feized for Tonnage. — -. — r 

Refolution, teaching 2 Parliament- Man 

having Privilege in -his Goods. — ■ — 

— concerning Privilege in general.. 

— *-• Articles about Religion. — 1. — — 

Receive a Meffage from the King to adjourn. — 
iRefufe to obey the Command. ■■ — ' -^ 

Their Reafons for this Inftance of Difobedionce. 
Offer atRemonftrance againft Tonnage, to be 
put to Queftion by the Speaker. — — - 
iTfaeir violent Behaviour to him for refilling their 

Remonftrance. — - ~— 

•— Proteftation againft levying the Subfid;es of 
Tonnage, and innovations in Religion, — 



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X<2 I N D E X to the 

COMMONS, thdr ill Behaviour to die King's 

Leave me Houfe, after fitting two Hours in 

Contempt of the King's Command. — 

Meet again the following Day* and arediflol- 

Eled John Glanvilii, EJq; for their Speaker, at 
the Parliament in Afrii, 1640. — — 
Made acquainted with a Letter from the Setts 
Nobility to die King of Frttma, premng 
him to join with them in a Rebellion againft 
England. — — , — 

. Take no- Notice of this Letter, but proceed on 

the old Affair of Grievances. — 

Their Plan to this Purpofc. — — - 

m i ' 1 ' Debate on fomc Petitions from different 

Counties, complaining of Grievances. — 

■— — Orders relating to the Proceedings in the 

Star-Chamber and King's Bench, againft 

fomc Members of the lall Parliament. — 

— ■ " ■ > ' concerning Ship-Money. — •— 

— - — RequefV to the Lords, concerning a Faft. * 

— — RefcJutfon, with regard to the Behaviour 

of Sir Jtbn Finch the faft Parliament — 

» ■■■■ Attendance at WhiukaU required by the 

King, to haar a Speech from the Lord- 

* Debate thereon. ■■> 1 

— w Refolution to proceed with Grievances, and 

poftpone the Supply. — -«• 

pefire a Conference with the Lords on this Oc- 

Their Heads of Grievances to be enlarged upon 
at this intended Conference. — —~ 

Informed of the Lords* Declaration to prefer a 
Supply to Grievances, — — • 

Vote this Declaration to be 1 Breach of Privi- 

Their Addrefi to the Lords on this Occafion. - 

• Anther Proceedings on Grievances. 

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COMMONS, raceiva a Me%e from the Lords, 
defiling a fpcedy Conference. . ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Divide on tbw Menage, and put the Quefiton, 
which pafled in the Negative. — — 

Receive 9 Menage from the King to haflen a 
Supply. — 

Their Proceedings hereupon. — 

Receive another Meflage to the like Purpofe. — 

Give no immediate Anfwer, and thereby occa- 
fion the Diffolution of the Parliament. — 

Their Bills, Lift of, intended to pais into Ads 
this Seffion. .. 1 ■ 1 

lift of, with the Names of the Counties or Bo- 
roughs they reprefenfed at the Opening of 
the Parliament, in Nev. 1640 — — 

— - — who fucceeded fuch Members in this- 

Pacliament that were either dhabled from 
fitting, or deceafed. — — — — 9 

Elea mUiam Untbdl, Efq; their Speaker. — 9 
Their feverai Committees, Lift of. — — 
— — Resolution concerning Mr. Burion> Dr. 

Bajiwick, and Mr. Prjnnt. — . 9 

Appoint a Faft, with the King's Confent. — — 9 
Their Order about receiving the Sacrament — 9 

- ■ 1 ■ — concerning Papifts. — — — — 9 
•— Inquiry after Projectors and Monopo- 

' — - Anfwer to a Menage from the Lords, con- 
cerning the Treaty with the Scots at Ripen 
and York. .. — — 9 

Aceufc the Earl of Strafford of High Treafon. 9 
Their Meflage to the Lords on this Occaflon. - 9 
— — Proceedings againft Sir Francis Wtndtbani* 
on account of his difebarging fomc Popifb 

Prifoners. ■ ■ — 

firing over from Inland Sir Gtergi Ratclifft and 
Sir Rshtrt King, as Witnefles againft the 

Earl of Strafford. — 9 

Their Order, with refpect to the laft Subfidy. 9 , 
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Vol. 
COMMONS,- their Devotion interrupted, aTid 

Their Refolution concerning thofe Lords who 

were Petitioners to the King at Ttrk. — 

rnnrrrnin£ a Supply. ' ,— — 

•_• i' about receiving the Commu- 

' Requeft to the Bifhop of Lincoln, touching 
the Communion Table. — — 

, 1_ Refolution, with regard to the EngUJh 

CommiiTi oners impowered to treat with 

, . farther Proceedings againft Sir Frantii 

Windthank. 

- " . ; againft the Earl of 

Strafford. 

Refolution againft Ship-Money. — 

" m — .. againft the Opinion of the judges 

in the Star-Chamber, concerning it. — 
_ againft Ship- writs, and the Judg- 

ment in Mr. Hampdtn't Cafe, -r — 
— -i- remarkable Meflage to the Judges on this 

■Oecafiori. ■"' 

, ■— Requeft to the King, relating to his Reve> 

. -nu'e and Ex pence*. ■■ — 

Refolution concernifig the Power of the 

•■■'. Clergy. ' '" * ■ 

, ■- the late Canons. 

i —'.,,1 . — ■ — — — the Benevolence 

"■ granted to the King by the Clergy. - 
, ■ Committee, Lift of, appointed to prepare 
'. ■ iijme Votes relating to the new Canons, 
and to inquire who were the principal Ac- 
tors in this Bufmefs. — — 
■' Power delegated to this Committee. — 
Obtain the King's Leave to enter into the De- 
bate of his Revenue and Expences. 

Appoint aCommittee to inquire into the Breaches 

of Parliamentary Proceedings. — — 

Their Power committed tothemfor this Purpofe. 



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Parliamentary Hjftory ttf Enpla^d. 
yd. 

COMMONS, accufe William Laud, Archbifliop 

■of Cahterburjs of High Treafon. i — — 

Thtir Meflige to the Peers- on this Occafion. ■— 

— Informations againft Matthew Wrtn, Bi- 

v (hop of Ely. • ' " 

Meffage to the Peers, relating to this Bufi- 

Manner of admitting the Lord-Keeper 

'■ Finci) into their Houfe on a particular Occa- 

Accufe blm of High T-reafon, and other Mifde- 

, .meanorst - - ■ ■■ - - 

Their Meffage to the Peers thereupon. — — 

Accufe fix of-ihe Judges of high Crimes. 

Their Mefiage to the Peers on this Occasion. 

Vote concerning a Supply. — — 

■ information againft. WitliamPters, Bifliop 

of BatbmAWtlli. —... . r 1 - . 
— ►- Meffage to the Peers concerning hii... 
Accufe Sir Gg/rgt Ratdifft of: High Trcafon. — 
-Commit him to the Galehtuft, - — ' — 
Their Vote agatnft the Proceedings of the Earl 
of Strafford, in the Cafe of Lord . Merit- 
- "maris and Lord Billon.. . — - •*- 

1 agairfit die Ir-ijb Judges, . ;-r; ■— 

— —Order, wtth-refpeft to tlieir Committees. 

PjIj a Bill 'for fou* Subfidies. — * 

Their Order as to the Payment of them. -— — 
firing in a Bill for the frequent holding of Par- 

liarnenfs. ■ ■ ; — — , —■ 

Lift of, excluded for being Monopolies... ~™ 
Their Vote for relieving the Neceflitics of the 

Acctife Sir Robert Berkliy, one of the Judges of 

the King's Bench, of High Treafon. .— - 

Their Meffage to the Peers on this Occafion. -' 

■ extreme Caution, with regard to- the late 

Bill of Subfidies. -. 

'Order concerning Archbilhop Laud. 

• — - Proceedings againft Dr. Cbajftn. — . -*- 
— - reiuarkabk Dlviiten on his Account. 



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COMMONS, their Vote for dibbling die Clergy 

from holding Civil Office*. — 

Appoint a Committee for Religion. — — 

Their Article* of Impeachment aganaft Sir From- 

at mnMmi. 

■ — ■ — — agaktft Sir Gtwgt 

, RaHlffi. 

■ ■ Requeftto the Peers, concerning one Geod- 

man, at Seminary* Ptieft. — . 

Receive a Letter from the Queen, relating to the 

Pope's Agent in L*ndtn. 
Their Thanks on this OccaGon. 
-. i ■ Debate about the Precedency of the two 

Univerfittea. ■-■■— »■■■ — ■ 

Exhibit their Charge againft Archbifhop Land. 
Their Articles of Impeachment againft Dr. Ct- 

■■ii— Proceedings in Favour of Henry Bnrtsn, 
Clerk. — — 

Prefc the Lords to expedite the Earl of Stref- 
ftrf* Trial. 

Their Regions for it. 

Bring in a BUI to reform the Ads and Proceed- 
ings of the Privy- Council. — — 

m i to reform the Court of Star- 
Caamber. — — 

- i to reftrain the Clergy bom med- 

dling with Secular Affairs. — — 

Their Reqoeft to the Lords for difbanding the 
Irifi Army. — — 

« ' ' for difarming the 

Papifts, 



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— for removing Re- 
cufants from Court. — — — 

ii • • further Requeft concerning the Earl of 
Strafford, — — - ■ 

■ --■ Proceedings, with regard to fome frefh 
Evidence againft him, contained in a Pa- 
per procured by Sir fftntj Vent. 

urn Order on k»fing this Paper. — — 

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COMMONS, their farther Proceedings againft 
Lord Strafford. — 

Vote him guilty of High Treafon. — *■ — 

Their Refolutious in Favour of Mr. Prymu. 

— . of Dr. Ltighun. 

Pais (he Bill of Attainder againft Lord Strafford. 

Greatly offended at the Lord Digtj for his 
Speech againft it. ■ — 

Their Motion on this Account. — ...-.. 

—— Refolutipns concerning the High Com- 
milEon Court at Tori. — — 

Offended at a Speech of Mr. Ileitis, about the 
Sitti Proportions. ■ ; ■ — ■ 

Their Rcfolutions and Sentence againft him. 

Bring in a Bill for punifhing the Members of 
the late Convocation. — 

Their Fines impofed upon the principal Digni- 
taries, Particulars of. — 

ReToiattons, as to the receiving and dif- 

burflng this Money. — — 

— Proportions concerning a Faft. — - 

Menage to the Lords, relating to the Earl 

of Stafford. 

Pais a Bill to reftrain BilhoDs, &c. from med- 
dling with Secular Affairs. — — 

Refcnt the King's Speech in Favour of Lord 
Straferd. - — — . 

Their Declaration hereupon. — — 

Informed of a Plot againft the Parliament and 
the Peace of the Nation. — — 

Their Proteftation on this Account taken by ail 
the Members of their Houfe. — — 

Preamble to it. ■ ■ 

Kequefted by the Lords to prevent die Rabble 
from coming about both Houfes in a riot* 
out Manner. ■ ■ 

Their frivolous Anftver. — — — 

Send their Proteftation to the Lords to be taken 
by them. — — — 

Their Order relating to their Proteftation. — 



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*-* • ber» of their Houfe. — - . — 

.Their Oder, relating' to trie Start of the Na- 

' * ttonj With' regard to Arms and Ammuni- 

1 '■ - tioni Co-Forts and Caftles. — — 

— ■ " Mcffage to the Lords, ' on " Sufpiclon of 

r dangerous Practices in the Army, ' — 

— -y remarfcableTnght and Confulion in thei 

*- ftpuTe, Account of. — * — — 

i Refolution to bring in a Bill for continu 

'■ ing-the prefent Pariiaxnent." .'— — 

-Z — i— - in Favour of "Johv Lllburn. ' " 

Brini in a Bill For the. Security of the Protectant 

HEtertgiiwi. — - — — : 

FlLa Bill jof Subfidies for the Refief of the 

itlng's Army, and the North* 
Their ponfe re nee with the Lords, 
* •' -foaie pifcon tents in the Englijh ' Arrriy.' ~ 
Order a'Lettcr to the Army to ijuiet 'thelrDif- 

' -contents. — r— — ■ — ! - 

"Their Conference' with ;tr»e" Lords, about pat- 
ting, the Nation into a Pollure of Defence. 
Pafs4he Bill for continuing ibe, prelentlV*' Uafnent 
Their fecond Leitef to the' Army. ' — - ■-*- 
Bring 'In a BuTfor railing Mariners for the De- 
. fence of'the Realm. ■ '— " •" ■* — ' 
Their fearfuj SurpTcTons of beirig blown, up. in 

the Parliament- Hoyfc '— - 

- — : ; p|der* oh'tnjV Occafiorl. . — ' — 

Vote the §um""of 400,600/. for'the prefling Af- 

faiboftheKirigdohf." — ' — - 

TheW R.e*juetFto the reers, concerning foreign 

,; Letters. * , " ' " -, — r*~ 

■ Explanation of a PafTage in their Proteffa- 

. doll for the Defence of Religion. ' - 

— i.Reftlixion concerning the Means for rai- 
1 iifig the ^j.bo',000 /. Tax. ,~' " — 

___ — f. ; — touching the Scats Proptmtions 

'with regard to Church-Government. ; — 
iT _i Requeft to trleLtJrds, for the Removal of 
' - - 'the Queen-Mother out of England. — — 



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COMMONS, bring in a Bill for aboliJhingBifliops 
and other Dignitaries. — — ~ 

Thctr Proceeding! hereupon. ,.—■—- — 

againft William Taylor, Efq; 

for fbme hitter Exprcflions againft them. - 

— — Anlwer to the Reafons of the Peers for re- 
taining the Bifhops' Votes in Parliament. 

— — Reprimand to.fome ignorant Lay-Preach- 



— - Bill for retraining the Bifhops from inter- 
meddling with Secular Affairs, reje&cd by 
the Lords. — — . -1 9 33a — 

— Exceptions againft Gtargr Lord Digby for 
hU Cenfure of Col. Goring, . — — 9 333- — 

- ■ ■ -- againft Sir William Widdrington 

and Htrbtrt P-ricf) Efqi,.-.- . — — — 9 333. — 
— — Proceedings and Sentence againft the two 

taft-named Gentlemen. — 9 333»,4. 

Refolution concerning Col. Gering's Dif 

- very of a Plot. — — — 9 334 

Relume the Confederation of their Bill againft 

Epifcopacy. -. — jn- — 

Their Scheme of Alterations in the Government 

of the Church.. 7 — — — 
Preamble to the Bill for abojiflung of Bi 

fliops, &£. — — ■ ■ —j .--• - 9 

Debate on this Bill. — ' ,— — 9 

Refolution concerning it.' . — « ... — — 

Favour of Dr.JlaJlwui., ■ — 



Bring in a Bill for reftoring the late Lard Straf- 

■ ford's Children. _ _ _ 

Their Refolutions for disbanding the Army. — 

— rr- Debate about the talcing away Deans and 

Chapters out of the Church of England. 

■ Refolutions hereupon. — 

! further Proceedings. in the Plot Affair. — 

Commit Henry Wtlmot, Efqj William Ajbburn- 

bam, Efq; and Sir Hugh Pollar/t, to Prifon 

. on this Account ■*-■. — — 

Their Order on receiving an Account of the 

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and Poundage to the King. — — 

Their Scheme -for a Poll-Tax, in order to ad 

Vance Money for the Payment oithe£ngtifo 

and Scots Annie*. — — 

Proceeding! relating to a Provitb of the Scots in 

die Treaty between the two Nations. — 
Pais a Bill againft Pluralities and Non-Rdidcnce 

of theCiergy. — — 

Their farther Proceedings on the Bill for d 

paring Epifcopacy. — 

m , ■ ... ..... , Examination of Col. Gtrmg about 

the Plot. — — 

— ■■!- Rcqueft to the Lord), concerning foreign 

Letter*. — — — — 

— r Propositions to them on the State of the 

Nation. — — - — 

mr~rr- Rcqueft to llinry Rich, Earl of HtHtmd, 

and Lord Genera!, for execntmg Martial 

Lav on fuch Soldiers who fhould motiny. 
> i Rcfol«iom concerning the disbanding of 

the Army. — — — 

.. — Mefiage to the Lords for proceeding againft 

tbeArcrrbHhop of Canterbury. — — 
Pafi a Bill for a Poll-T«. — — 

— for taking away the Star-Chamber 

Court. — — — 

■ ■ ■— - the Htgh-Commif- 

.fion Cotrrt. — — — 
Their earned Endeavours with the Lord* to pro- 
cure the Royal Afient to the Bills. 

Tote 10,000 /.for defraying the Kxpenoes of the 

Queen •Mother** Return into Fraaet. — 
■ Their Articles «f Impeachment againft Matthew 

Wrtn, Bifhop of Ely. — — — 

i Refoluttont thereupon. — 

— — -Order concerning the R«movfti-ofPt£hn«s, 

Cmftes, fie. out of Churches, and other 

public Places. — — 

Impeach fix of the Judges for their Behaviour in 

the Affair of Ship- Money. — - — — 



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COMMONS, their Managers in the Affair of 

Ship-Money, Lift of. — — 

Their Resolutions concerning fomc former 

Breaches of Privilege. • — — — 

— " inFavou r of th cPalati n * Fa m i I y . 

— farther Refolutions, with regard !o Breaches 
of Privilege in the Cafe of Mr. Holies, and 
fome other Members of their Houfe. 

— Proceedings againft Laurence IPhittacrt, 
Lfq; for fearching the Trunk and Papei 
of Sir John Elliot, deceafed. — 

— — Orders concerning Col. Goring, Henry 
mSmot, and Wititam AJhburnham, Efqrs. 

— farther Proceedings on the Epifcopal Bill. 
■ Refolutions forfeizing the Revenues of Bi- 

fhops, Deans, and Chapters. — i— 

— ■ ■ ■ - ■■- concerning their Maintenance. 

■ concern i ngCh u re h - G overn m en t 

Conference with the Lords, on the Subject 

of the Ten Propofitions, Account of. — 

— Refolution and Orders, concerning (he 
printing and publilhing Lord Digby's 
Speech, on the BUI of Attainder againft 
the late Earl of Strafford. — ■ — 

Command the (aid Speech to be burnt by the 
common Hangman. — - ■- ■ 

Their farther Refolution againft Lord Dtgby. • 

Informed of the Queen's Intention to go to the 
Spaw in Germany. — ■ ' ■ ■ 

Their Proceedings hereupon. ... 

■ additional Propofitions to be offered to 

the King. . 

- — Refolutions concerning the Army-Plot. 

Lift of the Confpirators. — — 

— ■ Propofals at a Conference with the Lords, 
about difbanding the Army. — — 

- — Bill, for a general talcing of their late Prote- 
ction, rejected by the Lords. — — 

Votes hereupon. ■ ' — . — 

Order an Impeachment againft the Bifhops con- 
cerned in making the new Canons. — 
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COMMONS, order their Proteftation to be printed 
Their Conference hereupon with the Lords. ' - 

■ Order for expediting the Payment of the 
Poll-Tax. -— 

■ further Requeft to the Lords, for flaying 
the King's Journey into Scotland Jbme 
Days longer. — 

Reafons for this Requeft. — 

Send up a Bill to the Lords for a farther Grant 



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of Tonnage and Poundage to the King. 

:ir Vote againft Henry Ptrey and Henry Jer~ 

myn, Efqrs. and Sir fobn Suckling. — 



— — ■ Order for a public Thankfeiving, on ac- 
count of a Peace with the Scots. — — 

— Complaint againft the Queen's Capuchin 

Give Orders for better guarding the Tower of 
London, and the other Forts in the King- 
dom. ■- — 

Their Complaint to the Lords, concerning Po 
pifh Recufants. 

Write to the Sheriffs of fevcral Counties to 
haften the Poll- Money. — — 

Their Refolution, to prevent the publifliing Pa- 

Jers and Books ofrenfive to the Parliament, 
nquiry into the State of the Navy. — 

— Order concerning it. — • 
Defire the Lords' Content to a Recels. 
Rcfufe to comply with their Propofal in Point 

of Time. — 

Their Reafons. — 

— Reformation in Chuch Affairs, when firft 
fct on Foot, and in what Particulars. 

Keep the Thankigivirig-Day with great Solem- 
nity at the Chapel in Lincoln s Inn. — 

Their Reafons for deferting St. Margaret's 
Church, Wtjlmin{ttr t on this Occauon. 

■ * further Reformation in the Church, Ac- 
count of. — — ■ 

Debate, concerning the Pay of the two Colonels, 
Jjbburnbam and Pollard. — — 



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Vol. Page. 

COMMONS, their Order for eftablilhing Lec- 
turers in the Church of England. — 

Requcftcd by the Lords to join with them in ar 
Order for' performing Divine Service ac- 
cording to an A£t of Parliament. — 9 495 

Their Refolution to the contrary. — — 9 495, 6 
. - — — — on Mr. Pymme's Report of the 
Proceedings of the Committee during the 
Recefs of Parliament. — — 

Commit Sir John Berkley and Daniel O'Neal 
Piifon, on Sufpicion qf being concerned 
in the Army-Plot. — 10 6 

Their Heads for a Conference with the I.ords._ 

on the Report from their Committee. — 10 6, 7 

— - Requeft to the Lords for battening the 
Proceedings againft the impeach'd Bilbo 

— Bill for difabling the Clergy from exei 
fing any temporal Authority, Form of. 10 8, 9 

— Conference with the Lords, concerning the 
Bifhops, Particulars of. — — 10 11 la 17 

Sufpend their Committees for private Affairs. 
Their Divifion for a Conference, touching five 
vacant Bifltopricks, -r- — 

— Conference with the Lords, about the Safe- 
ty of the Prince of Wain, Particulars of. 

Informed of a general Rebellion of the Papifts in 

Ireland. " ■ "■■■-• ■■ 10 24 

Their Rcfolut ions hereupon. — — 10 25, 6 

* Bounty to Owen ConeRj for the Difcovery. 

Expel Henry Ben/en, Efq; for felling Protections. 

Borrow Money of the Citizens of London, on 
certain Conditions. . — . — — 

Their Opinion relating to the Plea of the im 

peached Bifhops. — — — — 10 42 _ 

Require a peremptory Anfwcr. — — 10 42 

Appoint a Guard to attend their Houfe. — — 10 43 

Refufe their Content for the Releafement of the 
Queen's Confeflbr. — - — — 

PaTs a Bill for laying down the Privileges of Par- 
liament for a Seafon. — * — 10 50 

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COMMONS, appoint a Committee to wait 

the King with a Petition and Remonftrance 
of the State of the Nation. — — 

Their Petition, Form of. — 

— — Remonftrance of National Grievances. — 

— Conference with the Peers, touching the 
impeached Biihops, Abftrafl of. — — 

Solicited again to rcleafe the Queen's ConferTor. 
Their Refolution to the contrary. — — 

— ■■ - Inftru&ions to the Committee appointed to 

treat with the Scots for the Relief of Ireland. 

■ Proceedings Againft fome of their Members 
for being concerned in the Army-Plot. — 

Difmifs fome Watchmen, appointed by the King 
to attend the Parliament- Houfe. — — 

Commit a Juftice of Peace to the Tower on ac- 
count of thefe Guards. — — 

Their Votes relating to fome condemned Priefts. 

farther Order to their Committee on the 

Irijb Affair. 

Order their famous Petition and Remonftrance, 
of the State and Grievances of the Nation, 
to be printed and publifhed. — — 

Accufe Daniel O' Neil, Efq; of High Treafon. 

Their Requeft to the Peers concerning the Remo- 
val of Col. Lumford, Lieutenant of the 
Tower. — — — 

— — Character of the Colonel. — — 

Denied this Requeft. — — 

Their Vote and Conference hereupon, — — 

■ Declaration concerning this Bufinefs. ■ — 
Difregar'd of the King's Meflage about rai- 

ftng Volunteers for the Service of Ireland. 

— — Anfwer to the Peers' Proportions concern- 
ing a Guard. ■ ■■ ■ 

— — Complaint againft Lord Dtgby. — — 
— .. -againftfomeGentlemenappear- 
ing in Arms near Whitehall, — — 

Accufe twelve Biftiops of High Treafon, for 
their Proteftation againft the Legality of 
Parliamentary Proceedings, during their 
farced Abience from the Houfe of Peers. 



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COMMONS, their Charge againft the twelve 
Bifhops, accufed of High Treafon, Wf. 
Their Mcflage to the Peers, concerning a Bill for 
taking away the Bifhops' Votes in Parlia- 



Petition to the King for a Guard. — — 

■ ■ Order, on receiving no prefent Anfwer. — 

Conference with the Peers concerning thei 

Privileges. ■ ■ — 

— — Uneafine(s for Want of a Guard. — 

■■ Reafon for it. •«— 

Five of their Members demanded by the King' 

Serjeant at Arms. — ■ ■ — — 

Refufe to deliver them up. — — 

Tbeir Menage to the King on this Occafion. — 

— accufed Members demanded by the King 
in Perfon. -- ■ ■ ■ — 

Vote this Step to be a Breach of Privilege. 
Their Declaration hereupon. — 

— Menage to the Peers, for the Removal of Sir 
. John Byron, Lieutenant of the Tower. 

Denied this Requcft. — 

Their Votes againft Sir John, for refuting his 
Attendance on Parliament, according to a 
Summons for that Purpofe. — 

— Declaration for putting the Kingdom 
a Pofture of Defence. — 

Renew (heir Requeft to the Peers for the Remo- 
val of Sir Jtfot Byrtn. ~~ 
Their Objections to this Gentleman. — 
— — Complaint againft George Lord Digby, for 
' appearing in Arms ziKing/ion upon Thame t. 
— - Refolutions concerning him. — — 

■ Declaration, fetting forth the Breach of 

Privilege in the Affair of the Five accufed 

Requeued by the Peers to join with them in an 
Addrefs of Thanks to the King, for his 
kind Meflage concerning Grievances. . — 

Their Conference with them about the Town of 
Hull, and the Magazine there. — 
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Peers, concerning the Report of an in- 
tended Accufation of the Queen. — 
Refute to join with them in their Anfwer to the 

King's laft Meffage. 

Their Addition to the Anfwer, Subftance of. > 
— ' ■' rejected by the Peers, — — 



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Appoint Mr. Pjmme to manage a Conference 
with the Peers, on Occaiion of fome Pe- 
titions from feveral Counties, for a Refor- 
mation in Church and State. •— 

Their Order of Thanks to this Gentleman for 
his Speech concerning this Bufincfs. — 

— — Charge againft "Jamet Stuart Duke of 
Richmond, — — — " 

'I Proceedings againft Sir Edward Dtrinfa 
for printing his Speeches. ■ ■■■■ 

— f— Debate on the Power of the Militia. — 

DiffatUfied with the King's Anfwer, about paf- 
fing the Bill to take away the Bifhopa' 
Votes, - ... i 

Their Rcafons for the fpeedy obtaining the 
Royal Affent. -. — 

■ Lift of Perfons nominated to be Lieute- 
nants of the feveral Counties in England 
and Walts, to command the Militia. 

Anfwer to the King'sComplaint of a Paf- 

fage in Mr. Pjmiru's Speech on Grievances 

Impeachment againft Sir Edward Htrbert, 

Attorney- General. -i~ 

■ ■ Vote and Rcafons for opening an inter- 

cepted Letter of Lord Diebj's to the Queen 
■■ — — Refolutions, concerning Privy. Councilors 

and Officers of State. — ■■ — - 

...I i- Proceedings againft the impeach'd Bifhops 

at their Trial. r ■ 

- Refentment againft them, Account of. ■ 

— . i- Articles of Impeachment againft Grorge 

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COMMONS, their Support of their Accufation, 
Manner of. - - 

Order the impeached Bifhops to be heard at the 
Bar of their Houle. ■ — — 

Their Votes for putting the Nation into a Pollute 
of Defence. — ■ _,..- 

Anfwcr to the King's Reply, concerning 

Mr. Pjmmt't Speech relating to Pafles in- 
to Inland. ■'—■'-- 

— — Votes, in Confluence of a Meflage from 
the King, relating to Ireland and the Mi- 

Proportions concerning Hull and the Nor- 
thern Counties. — — 

Refolutions againft the impeached Bifhops 

— — Conference with the Peers, concerning in 
extraordinary Petition from the County of 

Kent. — 

Refentment on this Occafion. — 

— — Articles of Impeachment againft Gtsrgt 

Btnjon, Citizen of London, — 
farther Charge againft him. — 

— Declaration of public Grievances, with 
their Remedies. ■ . 

Order concerning the Magazine at Hull. 

Meflage to the Peer*, concerning Sir Ed- 

ward Dtring. — . 

Impeach Sir William Wilmir y Knt, of high 

Crimes, He. ■ — ■■-- 

Their principal Complaint againft him. — 

— Conference with the Peers, about removing 
the Garrifon of Hull to London. — 

— Generofity to William Ltnthal, Efqj their 

Refolutions concerning the King's Refent- 
ment againft the Earn of EJftx and Hol- 
land. 

— — Obfcrvations on a Petition from the York- 
/birr Gentry to the King, for continuing 
the Magazine at Hull. — > — 

— Refentment on this Occafion., — — 



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COMMONS, their Articles of Impeachment 

againft Sir Edward Dering, for promoting 

the Ktntijh Petition. — — 

Their Charge further aggravated. — — 

■ Meflkge to the Peers for battening the 

Trial of Lord Digby. — — 

- farther Proceedings in the Amur of the 
K<tntijh Petition. — ^— ^— 

>n— Prefent to the Earl of Ground, for a Vic- 
tor)' obtained by him over the Rebels in 
Inland. 

•— >— Proportions at a Conference with the 
Peers, concerning Poptth Recufants. — - 

Impeach Sir George Strode, and Richard Spencer, 
Jifq; for being concerned in the Ktntijh 

Their Resolution in Favour of the Children of 
Sir Charles Caste, one of the Kngiifli Com- 
manders againit the Irijb Rebels. — 

Appoint a Committee to confider of the Form 
of the King's Oath. — ■■■ -- 

Their Votes againft the King's requiring the 
Attendance of Capt. Pbiltp Skippsn, or any 
other Subject. — 

■ ■ i Lift of Commilfioners fent down to Hull 

and Lincoln/hire, to diSpatch their Orders 
in thofc Paits. ' — 

■ ■ ■■ '■ Diligence in contriving Means to raife 

Money. — — ^-^ 

■-■-I i Diftrets for Money, and Order far raifmg 

— i Order for Summoning all their Members to 

appear in the Houfe by a ceitain Day. — 

■ ;■ t Penalty for Default, and how to be applied. 
■ Gratuity to Mr. Rujbwertb, employed in 

divers MelTages to York. — 

■ . ■ Informations concerning the King's raifing 

Segin a Subscription for Money and Horfes to 
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COMMONS, tbeir Vote againft nine Peers at 
Jfri, for difobey ing a Summons of Parli- 
ament. ■ ■ ■'■ 
Their Informations from Holland, of Stores and 

Artillery bought there for the King's. Ufc. n 195,6 

Order againft -priming fcditious Pamphlets. II 207 

abfent Members, Number of, on a Call of 

their Houfc. ■— -— ■■■■ - 1 1 207 

— Vote on this Occafion. ■ 11 207 

• — — Amendment of the Nineteen Proportions 

prefented to the King for Peace. — — 11 255, 6 

- ■ Informations relating to Nnueajlle, and 

the Forces put in there for the King. — 11 261, 2 

Impeach Sir Riebard Gurnej, Lord Mayor of 
London, for proclaiming the King's Com- 
miffion of Array, &c • — 1 1 267! .8 

Tbeir Articles of Impeachment againft Henry 
Hafiingi, Efq; Sir Richard Jial/erd, Sir 
Join Bait, and John Pati y Efq; for ex- 
ecuting the raid Commiffion, '— — 11 276/0279 

Exhibit to the Peers a' farther Impeachment 

againft Sir Richard Gurney. — — II 282 

Tbeir Proceedings againft him at his Trial before 

the Peers. : — 1— 11 326/0333 

farther Proceedings againft him. J 11 zlo'^'^ * 

Expel Sir Ralph Hop ton from their Houfe, for 

executing the King's Commiffion of Array. 11 36+ * 

Their Vote to fupport the Earl of EJJix with 

their Lives and Fortunes. — — ■■ 11 370, X 

Impeach William Seymour Marquis of Hertford, 
Spencer Compton Earl of Nort hampton,, and 
Henry Haflingt, Efq; of High Treafon. - 11 371 

Their Anfiver to a Meflage from the King, con- 
cerning the Supplies for Inland. — — II 374(0380 

• Order hereupon. - ■ ■■ 1 1 380 

Receive two extraoidinary Petitions from the 
County of Kent, approving the Proceed- 
ings of Parliament. — - — 11 407,8,9 

Their Anfwer by their Speaker. — — 11 409, 10 

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170 I N D E X jfo the 

Ft/. 

COMMONS* their Tmpeachmentof High TreaTon 
againft James Lord Strange. — — 

Impeach William Seymour Marquis of Hlrtford, 
and fourteen others, of High Treafon. — 

Paft a Bill for fettling the Government and Li- 
turgy of the Church of England, — — 

Their ftri.2 Order relating to their abfent Mem- 
ber*. ■ — — — 

— Divifions, -Lift -of, from Jane to OeJeitr, 
1642. ■ ■ — 

The Thmnefi of their Houfe at this Time ac- 
counted for. 

Lift of, expcll'd in Augttffmd September, 1642. 

Their Proceedings againft Sir John Evelyn for 
demurring to a Vote of the Houfe. — — 

Their liberal Prefent to the Earl of Effete for his 
Conduft. ■ 

■ to die Soldiers under his 

Command. -■■ - 

.. 1. ■ Objections againft the King's Adjournment 
of Michaelmas Term, in 1642. — — 

Votes in Anfwer to his Reply, concerning 

his March to Brtntfwi.- — — 

Expel Sir Sidney Montague, Member for Hunt- 
ingdt»ijbire,md commit him to the Tower, 
for refilling to take the Oath of A/Tocia- 
tton to live and die with the Earl of Effete. 

Their remarkable Divifions on fome Proportions 
for Peace. ' 

• Endeavours to render odious the King's 

Anfwer to a Petition from the City of Lm~ 
din, relating to Peace. — — 

. Introduction to the City's Petition, read at 

a Common-Hall. —— 

■1 ■— Remarks upon the King's Anfwer there, 1 
and fome Speeches in Oppofition to it. J 

■ Order for preventing Provifions, &c. go- 
ing to the King's Army at (Jxferd. 

Appoint a Committee for fequeftering the Eftates 
of Royalifts. ■• 



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TarUamentary Hijiory of England, 171 

Vol Pagu 
COMMONS, their Vote* for ditbanding the 
King's and Parliament's Forces previous to 
a Treaty for Peace. — ■ 12 163, 4 

Their Reafons to this Purpofe. — . — 12 \b\ % 5 

Refolution in Confequcnce thereof. ■■■ ■■ 12 165, 6 

— — remarkable Votes with regard to the An- 

nivcrfary of the King's Atceflion. 12 209 

— — Divifions about the Oxford Treaty. — \% 209, 10 

— Proceedings againft Sir Hugh Cbumliy, for 
defecting the Pail iament. — — 12 238 

— McfTage to the Peers, touching a Breach of 
Privilege. > — 12 239 

— Proportions to them, concerning the Earl 

of EJJix, and the Support of tbcii Army. 12 246, 7 

— Vote, in Opporttion to the Peers v concern- 
ing Mr. Martin, who had feized two of 

the King's Horfes. — — — 12 251 

— fevere Order againft Commiffioncis of Se- 
queftration refuting to act. — — 12 256 

Order for afcertainmg the Prioe of Malt 

Liquor. ■ ■ 12 258 

Method of railing Money by an Excife laid 

on divers Commodities. — - — 12 258, 9 

■ — Vote, in Confequence of a Letter from 
Buckingbawjhiri, concerning plundering by 
the King's Troops. — 12 261 

— ■ ■ ■ againft Papifts. ■ — 12 262 

■ for making a new Great Seal. — 12 262 

-» for accufing the Queen of High 

Treafon. — 12 266 

— Reafon for being foexafperated againft her, 12 266 
■ farther Extenfion of the Excife, Account 

of. 12 267 

- — - Divifions, relating to the Regalia in fVtp- 

mnfltr Abbey. — 12 276, 7 

— - Propofal* to the Peers, concerning the 

King's Proclamation again the Parliament. 12 314**316 

SnfpeQ iheEarl of Northumbtrland to be concern- 
ed in Mr. Waller's Plot. — — 12 318 

Their Rerjueft 10 the Peers on this Occafion. — 12 318 



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COMMONS, expel Mr. JTaUtrfrom their Houfe, 
on account of his being concerned in a Plot 
again ft the Parliament. — — — — 

Their Severity to two other of the Confpirators. 

Receive Information of Sir John Hatbam's De- 
fign to give up Hull to the King. — — 

Their Kefolutions thereupon. — ■ ■ ■ 

Order a new Great Seal to be made without the 
Privity of the Peers. — — 

Their Proceedings againft Sir Jahn Hatham and 

his Son. ■ 

■ — — — againft Mr. Martin, for trea- 
fonable Language againft the King and 
Royal Family. ■ ■' ■ ■ 

. Examination of Sir John Hatham and hii 

Son, previous to their Trial. — — 

Expel them their Houfe, and commit them. — 

Their Examination of Sir Edward Sainton, 
touching his Charge againft Mr. Pymmi for 
indirect Practices. — — — --■ 

■ — Vote againft Sir Edward on this Occaiion. 

— farther Re afons to induce thePeers, to con- 
tent to a new Great Seal. — — 

— Objections to a Propofel of the Peers con- 
cerning the Manner of treating with the 
Prince D'Hartcourl, the French Ambafla- 
dor. - 12 

~— extraordinary Refpefl (he wed to the Memo- 1 

ry of Mr. Pymmt, Account of. — — 12 

Take upon them to nominate all the High She- ■ 

rifts in England. ■ ' 12 

• Their Order to the Commiffioners of the Great 

Seal on this Occaiion. ■ ■ ; 12 

— farther Expulflon of Members, with the 
Reafons afligned for fuch a Ccnfure, Par- 
ticulars of. ■ — -- 13 

' Account of a Project for a Treaty between 

the King and the City of London, — — 13 

— Votes thereupon. ■ 13 

Impeach Lord Goring of High Treafon. — — 13 
Their farther Expulfion of Members, Account of. 1 3 



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Parliamentary Htftory of England. 

Vol. 

COMMONS, receive Advice of the Entry of the 

Sals into England. ■- ■ - - — 

Their Prefent to the Meffengerof this News. — 

Wrth the King at Oxford, in January 1643, 

In his Service, or otherwife abfent, Lift of. — 
Propofe an Oath of Secrecy to be taken by the 
Englifly and Scots Commiflioners appoint- 
ed to manage the common Caule. ■■ 
Their Declaration and Vote in order for Peace. 

■ Reafons in Support of iheirOath of Secrecy. 
. for referring Proportions of Peace 

to the joint Committees of both King- 

further Reafons urged to this Purpofe. - 

■ extraordinary Diligence in railing Money 
to fupport their Armies. — — 

Reject an Ordinance of the Peers, for further 
continuing the joint Committees of both 
Kingdoms. ■ — 

Recommend to them one of their own framing. 

Their Meflage for fettling this Point. — 

— Anfwer to the Peers' Reafons for rejecting 
their Amendments in the Ordinance. — 

— farther Proceedings on this Bufinefs. — 
Appoint a Committee of Ways and Means for 

f up porting the Parliament's Army. 
Their Vote againft the Peers, concerning a 

Breach of Privilege. — 
Accufc Lord Hun/dan of High Treafon. 
Impeach Sir Robert Heath, Sir John Bankis, Sir 

Robert Fofter, and Sir John Glanvtlle, ~ 

High Treafon. 

Seize upon the King's Magazine of Plate in the 

Tower. 

Their Propofal .for coining it. 

Oppofed therein by the Peers. 

Their Proceedings againft Archbifhop Laud. — 

ftrange Meflage to the Peers to expedite 

their Bill of Attainder againft him. — 
■ joint Endeavours 



Divines 



leavours with the Affembly ofl 
1 fettling Religion. — — 1 1- 



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294 
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COMMONS, their Reafons in Point of Law, of- 
fered to the Peers, for expediting the At- 
tainder againft the Archbifhop of Canter- 

Their Debate on the fad Condition of the King- 
dom, by the Continuance of the War. - 

' ■ Vote for bringing in an Ordinance to pro- 
hibit either Houte from holding any Of- 
fice, Civil or Military. . 

■ artful Defign therein, Account of. — 

- Debate on this important Affair. — 
Carry their Point in paffing this Self-denying 

Ordinance. — -■■ " ■ 

Their Anfwer to the Peers' Reafons againft it. 

- ■ ■ Ordinance rejected by that Houfe. — 

Refentmcnt on this Occafion. — — 

Pafs an Ordinance for new- modelling thtArrny. 
Vote Sir Thomas Fairfax to be Commander in 

Chief of the Parliament's Army. — 

Their Arguments inFavour of this Appointment. 
■■■ ..■■ Proceedings, with regard to the Choice of 

Colonels. 

— to the Earl of 

m*. 

. Mcflage to the Peers, concerning fome 
Amendments made by that Houfe, in tin 
Ordinance for new-modelling the Army 

Importunity with them for paffing this 

Ordinance. ■■ ■■ - — ■ — — ■ — 

— — Addiefs, by the Speaker, to Str7%mmn Fair- 
fax t on his being appointed General.' — 

- . Declaration for Jupportingthe Peerage. 

■ farther AiTuranccs to this Purpofc. — 
Pafs an Ordinance for granting an additional 

Power to Sir Tbemai Fairfax. — — 
Their Mcflage to the Peers for obtaining thei 

Confent. — — - ■ ■• 

liberal Grant to the Eleflor Palatine. — 

Nominate Cap;. Batten Chief Commander at 

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Parliamentary lliftory of England. 

Vol. 

>MMONS, their Contempt of die Peers by 
this Appointment. — ■ — 

Their Mcflage to them for laying Siege to Ox- 

— — Order for relieving fuch of their Members 
who had loft their inflates by the Civil 
War. . . 

Lift of, to whom this Appointment was made. 

Their Order, concerning Gen. Cromwell's Con- 
tinuance in the Army. ■ - - ■ ■ ■ - 

— Punifhment inflifled on Mr. Cran/erd for 
afperfing fome of their Members. — — 

— Determination, concerning a Complaint 
of Lord Savilt, againft Mr. Holies and Mr. 
tWhitlukt, on Account of thetr Behaviour 
in the Oxftrd Treaty. ■ -- — 1 14 

Prefent to David. Lejlcy, one of the Scots 

Generals, for his Succcfs in Htrtftrdfhirs. 

Commit two of their Members, Sir Lftvis Dives 
and Mr. Gilts Strangvjays, to the Tower, 
and for what. . — - 

Pius an Ordinance for the abfolute Sale of all De- 
linquents' Eftates. — 

Their Arguments with the Peers at a Conference 
for obtaining their Confent. — 

Dilplcafed at them fbr admitting Lord Savilt to 

Their Reafons againft it. ■ — — 

— r- Requeft for his Recommitment. ■ 

Votes, in Confequencc of fome Complaints 

from Tbrifltirt againft the Setts Army there. 

— Lift of Promotions and Grants to certain 
Members of both Houfes, to be infilled 
upon in their intended Proportions for 
Peace. - .-.. ■ 7— — 

- — McfTage to the Peers, concerning a Peace 
with the King. ... — — ■■ ■ ■ 

1 Vote for reducing the Number of Horfe in 

the Seats Army. — — — 14 

■ Reafons for fuch Reduction. — — 14 

— Ofder thereupon. — — — 14 



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176 I N D E X to the 

Vtl 

COMMONS, their Refolutions on the King's Let- 
ter, concerning the Earl of Glamorgan'* 
Treaty with the Irijb Rebels. — — 14 

Tfieir Vote for abollfhing the Court of Wards, 
and how occafioned. — — - 

Iffue out new Writs for fupplying Vacancies in 

their Houfe. " 14 

TheirDebate thereon. 14 

Refolution, with regard to the Choice of 

Perfons to be elected. ■ — — 

, Fine impofed on Sir John Goodrich^ for 
rcleafing him from the Tower. — — 

Declaration, in Anfwer" to fome Papers of 

the Scots Commiffioners, concerning Pro- 
pofitions for Peace. _ 

, Reward to Mr. Foggt, for bringing the 
News of the Surrender of Ruthin Caftle to 
the Parliament's Forces. — — [14 

— Refcntment againft the Aflembly of Di 
vines, and how occafioned. — — 14 

Narrative of the Matter of Fa£t. — — 14 

Require an Anfwer thereto. — 14 

Their Queftions propofed to' them, concerning 
the Jut Div'mum of Church-Government. 

Refolutions to prevent a Treaty of Peace 

between the King and their Army. — — 

«_ touching the Difpofal of the 

King, on his coming to the Scots Army be- 
fore Newark. — 14 

— Conference with the Peers on thisOccafior. 
Particulars of. ■ 

. Vindication of Sir John Eveljn, touching 

fome Words fpoke by him at this Confe- 
rence againft the Authority of the Houfe 
of Peers. — " ' 

Difchargc Capt. Maffey from Prifon, who had 
been committed by the Peers for, opening 
the Letters of the Scots Commiffioners. — : 14 

Their Anfwer to a Petition of the City of London, I 
concerning Independents, and a good Cor- j 
refjoondence With the Scots. — — 1 14 



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Parliamentary Hijhry of England. 

Vol. 

COMMONS, their Vote upon a tetter of the 

King's to the Marquis of Ormmd* fetting 

forth his Reafons for going to the Scats Ar- 

Their Letter to the Commirooners of Scotland, 
requiting an Account of the Arrears of 
Money due to them. — — — — 

Baniib, the two Princes, Ruttrt and Maurht, by 
a Vote of their Houfe. — — 

Tbeir Inftrufilons to the Judges of Affize'for 
the Summer Circuit in 1646. — — 

— Proceedings for fuppreffing fcandalous 
Pamphlets againft the Scots. 

— Votes for paying 1 00,000 /. to the Scots 
Army, and for fatisfying their further De- 

— ■■ Vote for dilcohtinuing the Pcnflons to 

their Members. 

■ m - for paying another 100,000/. to the 
Scots Army. • - 

— Orders for the Time of Payment. — 
Vote for a third' Sum of 1 00,000 /. to the 

Scots Army. 

— for a fourth Sum, of like Value. — 

Refolution, as to the Time for Payment 

thereof. — 

- for borrowing 200,000 /. of the 



City of London . 

— Proceedings on this Occasion. — — 
— — Apprehenfions" of a Rupture between' their 

Army and the Scots. — 

— — Orders thereupon. — - " 

Anfwer to the Scots Commiffioners' Papers 

claiming a joint Right in dlfpofing of the 
King's Perlon." — — - 

— . . — relented by the Commiffioners, 

and how. ■■ ■ ■ 

— Succefs in raiting the firft Payment of 
200,000 /. for the Scots Army. 

.— Refolution, touching Security for the Re- 
mainder. ■ — -— 
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i 7 8 I N D E X to the 

COMMONS, their Allowance for the King's 
Expenccs in his Journey from Ntvjca/ilt 

to Hsldenby. ■ 

Their Gratuities to fundry Members for their 
Sufferings, by oppofing the King in the 
third Year of his Reign. — — 

> i ■ Refpeft to the Memory of Sir Milts Ho- 
rn Votes for regulating the Officers under 

Sir Tbmat Fairfax. — 

. pious Refolution in Confequence thereof. 

' ■ ■ ■ Proceedings about reducing the Army, &V. 
. Vote for retraining the King's Friends 
from Accefs.to him at Hsldenby. — 

— . ■ Anfwer to a Petition of the Officers in Sir 
Thotnai Fairfax's Army, concerning their 

pay, rjff. 

—.I Examination of fome Troopers, concern- 
ing a Letter by them delivered to Major- 
General Skippen, exclaiming againft the 

Parliament. 

■ ■■- Debate on this Bulinefs. - — ■ — 

Styled the Supreme Authority of the Nation, by 
a Petition directed to them, 



Their Refentment againit it, Account of. — 

— Anfwer to a Petition from the City of Lon- 
don, touching the Differences between the 
Parliament and Army. — — 

— — difinterefted Votes, with regard to their 
■ own Members. ■ ■ 

— Order for doubling the Guards about both 
Houfes, on Account of the Army's near 
Approach to London. — — 

ii. for placing H albert s, CSV. for their 

Defence. — ^_ _ ,__, 

Lift of, charged by the Army with Mifdemcanois 

Their Votes in Favour of the Army, and in 

what Particulars. — — 

— i n Proceedings, relating to the Eleven Mem- 

bers of their Houie, charged as above. — 



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Parliamentary Hi/lory of England. 
. " V*l. 

COMMONS, their Refolutions for dlfabllng all 

■Perfons who had adhered to the King 

from fitting as Members. — — 

Give Leave to the Eleven impeached Members 

to abfent tbemfelves from the Houfc for 

fix Months. ■ ^ 

Their Motives to this Refyluilon. — — 
Deferted by their Speaker, Mr. Lentball, — 
tlecl Henry Pelham, Lfq; in his room. — 

Prefent him to the Peers for their Approbation. 
Their Proceedings on this Occafion. — — 
Recall their Eleven Members, impeached by 

the Army, to ftt and vote in the Houfc. 

Rejeft an Ordinance of the Peers, for making 

void all Proceedings during the Ablencc 

of the two Speakers. — — . ■■ ■ 

Give their Confer* t to the fa id Ordinance, and 

Their Reafons for infilling upon the fame Pro- 
portions of Peace to be fent to the King 
at Hampton-Court, as were fent to Ntw~ 

— Proceedings againft Sir "John Maynari, 
and John Glynne, Efq; Recorder of Lon- 
don, two of the impeached Members. — 

Impeach Sit John Gayrt, Lord Mayor of Lon- 
don, of High Treafon, and commie him 
to the Tower. = — — . 

Jamtt Earl of Suffolk, with fix other 

Peers, of High Treafon. — — 

Their Preamble to the Proportions of Peace, 
intended to be fent to the King at Hamp- 
ton-Court. — — ■ _____ 

Receite InteltigencVof the King's Efcape from 
Hampton- Court, 

Their extraordinary Vote thereupon. 

— I rift ructions to the Commiflionera appoint 
ed to collect the Arriars owing upon an 
AfTeffment for Pay of the Army. — 

further Orders for aboliflling the Obfef 

lion of Chrijlmas. — 

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TO. 

COMMONS, their remarkable Order for laying I 

down their Privileges. ■ ■- 16 

Their Votes againft any further Addrefs to the j 

■i Debate thereon. - — 

— Order for removing all fufpicious Perrons j 
from about the King. — — 16 

Impeach Sir 7«^i MaynardtS High Treafon. — 1 16 
Their Proceedings againft the Seven Lords late- 
ly fct at Liberty. 1 — 16 

— Charge againft Sir John Afaynard. — — 16 
1 Charge againft John Gfynm, Efq; Recor- 
der of London. ' " - 16 

— ■ ■■ Declaration, felling forth their Reafons for 

malting no farther Addrefs to the King. — 17 
How anfwercd by the King, and an anonymous 

17 



Writer. 



Their Order for conferring new Titles and Of- : 

ficea upon Thomas Lord Fairfax, — — 17 

Impeach James Buna of High Treafon, and . 
commit him. ■■■-■ ■■ —17 

Their Articles of Impeachment againft Sir Jthn 



Gajre. 



againft Alderman 

■ — Votes, relating to the Settlement of the 

m ; 1 1 in Confequence of a Petition from 
the City of London, concerning their im- 
peached Aldermen. ■ — 

■ Requeft to the City, touching their Ar- 
rears due to the Army. ■ — 

— — Resolution for treating again with the King, 
and upon what Grounds. — - ■ _ ■■■■ — 

■ ■ Refolution for dropping their Impeachment 

againft Sir JobnGayre, late Lord Mayor of 
London, the Three Aldermen, the Seven 

Lords, and their own Members. 

Reftore the late impeached Members of their 
- Houfe to their Seats in Parliament. — — 



Pafe. 

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Parliamentary Hjftory of England. 

r»t. 

COMMONS, their Debate on that Occafion.— 17 
Their Anfwer to a Petition from Surry. — 17 

— Elhmatc of a Charge of maintaining a 
Troop of Horfe. . — 

— Debate on a Motion for feizing fome of 
the mod considerable Royalifts, in order 
to procure the Releafement of fuch of their 
Members who bad been taken Prifoners by 
Lord Goring's Army. — — 

* ■ ■■ Debate on a Motion for obliging fome new 
Officers to take the Covenant. — — 
upon an Information of a Defign 



to murder the King. 

— Examination of Major Ralph, touching a 
Defign againft the King's Life. — — 

— -- Anfwer to a Petition front the City of* Let- 
dun, for a perlbnal Treaty with the King. 

— Anfwer to a Petition from the Trinity- 
Houfe, and to another from the Water- 
men upon Thamet, to the fame Purpofe. 

■ Agreement to a Refolucion of the Peers, for 
vacating fome former Votes forbidding all 
Addredes to the King. 

—— Debate upon aMotion for a perfonal Treaty 
with the King. ■ — 

— Refolution for requiring the King's A (lent 
to the Three Proportions previous to a 
Treaty. ■ — — — 

■— Anfwer to fome Sea Commanders who had 
offered their Service to reduce the revolted 

— Vote againft the Duke of Buckingham, and 
the Earls of Holland and Peterborough, who 
bad taken up Arms in Favour of the King. 

— ' Anfwer to a Petition from fundry Inhabi- 

tants of the City of London, againil making 
Peace with the King without previous 6c- 

— Vote againft the Seels Army for invading 
England in 1648. -- — 

— againft thole who invited them. — 

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i8z INDEX to the 

Vol. Pagf. 
COMMONS, the Occafion of their palling this laft j 

Vote, Account of. 17 

Their Reafonsfot infilling upon the King's Aflent 

to the Three Proportions before a Treaty. ' 17 
— — Votes in Cunfequence thereof. — ■ — \ 
Drop their Refolution concerning theThree Pro- 1 
pofitions, and agree with the Peers for a 
perfonal Treaty with the King in the ]Jle\ 

>f frig'*. — — 1 

Their Refolutions in Favour of Col. LUbcurne. 1 
— ■ Debate about chuling a Member to join 
with the Earl of Middlefex and Mr. Bulk- 
ley 10 wait on the King with the Votes for a 
perfonal Treaty. . — ] 

. Appeal to the General Aficmbly of the 

Church of Scotland, againfr the Declara- 
tion of their Committee of tfiates. 1 

Debate on a Motion tor declaring the Prince 
of W-W.fr a Rebel and a Traitor. — — 1 

— — — Rcalbns for laying this Motion afiilc. — ' 1 

Cenfure againft !uch as fhould aflift the! 

Prince in the prefent War. — 17; 

' Order for preventing a Loan being fent him 

by the City, purfuant to his Requeft. — 117 

■ ■ 1 Debate on a Petition from the City of Lan~ I 
dm for 'a perfonal Treaty with the King, I 
as a Means to redrefs their'Grievances. — ' 17 391 

— — Debate on aPetition from the Reforms Joes, j 17 392 

— — Anfwer to the hitter. — ; 17 392 

to the former. — —17 393*4 

— » Debate thereupon. — ■ .17 394, 5 

— ■- Jnterpofition in Favour of Major Ralph, I 

who had been committed for an Attempt! 

to murder the King. — — '17 402 

— — farther Regard for him, Inftance of. 17 402 

— — Refentmetit aga'mft Mr. Oftorne and Mr. 1 

Dewctt, his Accufcrs. - — : 1 17 402 

— t- Debate on a Motion for cenfurmg Sir Johi 

Hlppejlty and Mr. Buttity, touching tliei 

Proceedings with the King in Carijbrwh 

Caftle, in the Ifit af Wight. 17 403, 4, 

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COMMONS, their Vote for returning Sir John 

John HipptJUy and Mr. Buttlty Thanks, 

and approving their Conduit. ■ 

— — Objections and Alterations to the Peers' 

Votes for a perfonal Treaty. — — 17 

— Order for preventing any Suspicion of the 
Marquis of jfrgyle having concurred with 
the Sati in their Invafion. — — 17 '42a 

— Refolution.for applying to the public Ser- 
vice one Half of the remaining Money due 
to the Kingdom of Scotland. — ■ — 171420, 

— — Proceedings again ft Capt. Haiiburton, a 
Menengcr to the King from the Scots Par- 
liament. ■ — — 17 421, 2 

— Affront put upon the King, Inftance of. 17 422 
— — Debate, concerning the Difpofal of the 

Prifoners taken at the Surrender of Col- 

chtfltr. 17 432, 3 

Order for a Gratuity to Mr. John Rujb- 

worthy Secretary to Lord Fairfax. — 17 433 

— Debate on the Inftruftions to the Com- 
miffioners appointed to treat with the 
King. • 17 434, 5, 6 

Refolution, touching the Difpofal of the 

Scots common Soldiers taken Prifoners in 

- — Difrefpcct to the Lords' Meilengers, In- 

ftances of. 17 445 

Order for a Call of their Houfe. ■ 17 445 

— — Preamble to a Declaration, letting forth 

the Reafons thereof. — ■ — — — 17 446 
liberal Grant to Col. Lilbournt, as a Re- 

com pence for his Sufferings, JsV. — 17 446 

■— Refolution, concerning the Difpofal of 

10,000 /. borrowed for the Expence of the 

1 — — Debate on the King's Defire that no one 
Propofition be binding, if the Treaty break 
off upon another. 17 4781*480 

— on his own Proportions of Peace 

fent to both Houfes. — 18 18 to 20 

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COMMONS, their Debate on a Letter from 

Gen. fair/ax, defiring Payment of the 

Arrears due to his Army. ■ „ .,. _ 

. Their Order for fettling 4000 /. a Year on Lord 

Fairfax. — ■ — 

■ — Debate on a Motion for ordering Lord Ad- 
miral Warwick to come up to London. — 

— on a Letter from the Lord Giring, 

touching an Impeachment againft him. 

- on fundry Petitions for immediate 



Juftice upon Delinquents, 
— ■' Order for a Charge againft Mr. Dtwett, 

on Account of his accufing Major Rtlpb. 
■■ ■ ■ ' for a Supply for the Fleet under the 

Earl of Warwick. — 

— Refusion for an Adjournment, at the 
Requeft of the Speaker. — — 

—■■— Debate thereupon. ■ - ■ , ■ 

(Revoke this Refolution, at the Requeft of the 

Their Vote of Thanks to Gen. Cromwell. — 

— Debate on die Charge againft Mr. Dewat. 
» " on a Motion for lengthening the 

Time allotted for theTreaty with the King. 
»— on the Proportions concerning 

Delinquents. 

■— ; concerning Free-Quarter. -= — 

■ on Occafion of the Proceedings ii 
■ die Treaty being put into Print. — — 

—'■■ " ■■ r- on the. King's Anfwer concerning 

Epifcopacy. — — . , 

■ ■ ' Vote, touching theUnfatisfactorinefs there. 

■— — Refolution on the King's Anfwer, as ti 
the Sale of Biftiops' Lands. — . — 

•— Exceptions to his Anfwer, concerning 
Church-Government and abolishing of 



— Refolution on the King's Anfwer con- 
cerning the Directory and the Book of 
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COMMONS, their Refolution concerning the 
Article! of Religion. — ■ : 

Their Debate on the King's Anfwer, touching - 
the Allowance of the Popiih Religion to 
ihe Queen and her Family. — 

— Refolution on this Point. — 
■— Debate concerning the Covenant. - 
— — Refolution thereupon. — 

— Debate on the feven Delinquents propofed 
by the Lords to be proceeded againft ca- 
pitally. - ■■ -- ■■ — i 

touching a proper Guard for the 



Parliament. 

- on naming the feven Delinqents to 



be excepted from Pardon. — 

Refolution, with regard to thofe Perfona 

named in the firft Branch of the Propor- 
tions concerning Delinquents. ■ ■■■ 

Lift of thole Lords and Gentlemen de- 

figned for Banifhment. — — 

— Refolution concerning thofe who had en- 
gaged in the War againft the Parliament, 
lince January, 1647-8. — — 

— — Fine impofed upon the Duke of Hamilton. 

— Refolucions upon the King's laft Anfwer 
concerning the Church. — — 

— Vote on the King's Anfwers concerning the 
Proceedings of Lord Ormand in Inland. - 

— Debate on the Army*s Remonitrance, de- 
manding Juftice againft the King, csV. 

— Order for railing Money for the Service of 
the Fleet. 

■ ■ for committing the Duke of Hamil- 
ton dofe Prifoner to Windjor Cattle. — 

- — Debate on Lord Fairfax a Letter to Col. 
Hammond, requiring his Attendance at 
St. Albans. .^— - . . i. . 

, on the King's Anfwers to the Pro- 
portions of Peace. — 

"—Refolution for adjourning the Confidera- 
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don, concerning Lord Fairfax's Demand 

on that City. — 

Their Attempt for flopping his March thither. 
Refume the Confideration of the King's Anfwers 
Their farther Debate thereon^ — — 

■ fecund Adjournment of this Bufinefs. — 
Informed of the King's Removal to Hurft Caille 

by the Army. - ■ 

Their Vote on this Occafion. 

— further Debate on the King's Anfwers to. 
the Piopofitions of Peace. — ■ — 

Rcfolutions in Favour of the Treaty. 

■ Ufage by the Army on this Occafion, ' 
Account of. 

Appoint a Committee to expoftulate with Lord 
Fair/ax, upon the Violence done to their 
Members. ■ ■ 

Their Compliments to Gen. Fairfax^ for his 
Service in Scotland. ■ — 

— — Refolution for proceeding upon the Army' 
laft Propofals. — 

— — ■ (mall Number betwixt this Refolve and 

the Beheading of the King, Account of. - 

i Revocation of their former Proceedings, 
concerning die impeached Member! and 
the Treaty. ■ ■ — 

Imprifoncd and fecluded by the Army in De- 
cember, 1648, Lift of. 

Attending the Houfe, their Votes for vacating 
all former ones, touching a perfonal Trea- 
ty with the King. — 

Their Order to the Lord-General for keeping 
the King in fafe Cuftody. — — 

--■ — Debate on bringing the King to a judicial 

— — Refolution thereupon. — 

Who diffemed to the Vote for an Accommoda- 
tion with the King, Lift of. — — 

Their Vote, declaring it Trcafon in the King to 
levy War agahift the Parliament. — 



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Vol 

COMMONS, their Ordinance for his Trial, 

Form of. ■ 

Their Rcfentment again ft the Peers for rejeft- 

— — Refolution in Confequence thereof. — 

Slight put on the Queen's Letter in Behalf 

of the King. 

— ■ Votes, declaring themfelves the Supreme 
Power of the Nation. 18 

Order concerning Delinquents. - — 

concerning fcandalous Pamphlets. 

— — concerning the King's Perfon. 

■ > concerning the Commiftioners ap- 
pointed for erecting an High Court of Ju- 
fticc for trytrj the King. — — 

Pafs an Act of th.'.r own Houfe alone for that 
Purpofe 

Their Indorfcm^'t thereupon, Form of. — 

Order for ;i >.—./ Great Seal, and the Ex- 
pence the: of, ■ — 

Declaration, thewingtheir Reafons for va 

eating ail former Votes in Favour of the 
Treaty with the King. — — 

Pats an Aft for adjourning Hil/aryTerm in 1648, 
without afking the Lords' Confent. — 

Their Manner of prejudging the King's Death 

Pafs an Aft for changing the Style of all public 
Proceedings in the Courts of Juftice. 

Their Aft againft proclaiming any Perfon as 
King of England, Form of. — — 18 

Proceedings, relating to the late King's 

Body, Sells, Papers, Wc. — — 

Order concerning thofe Members who had 

voted for a Treaty with the King, — 

concerning thofe who had oppofed it. 18 



Lilt of, re-admitted into the Houfe, upon 

ing their Diflent to the Vote for an Accom- 
modation with the late King. — 1 

How complimented on their ncw-a(liim'd Power. 

Their Contempt of the Peers, Intranet of. — 

■ — -Anfa-er to the Dutch Ambafladors' Ad- 
drels on Behalf of the late King. 



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COMMONS, their DiiTolution of the Houfe of 

Peers, Account of. ■ — — 

Their Diflolution of Monarchy. — — — 
■ Order for creeling a Council of State. — 

— Refolution concerning the late King's Bu- 

Urder the Great Seal to be broken, and appoint 



Their Coinmitttoncrs to whofe Cuitody it was 
committed* Lift of. .— 

■ ■ Salary to each - ■■— — 

— i- Mark of Honour put on Sir Thames Wti- 

dringtoHy and on what Account. .... — . — 

— i Declaration to maintain the Fundamental 

Laws of the Nation. — 

■ ■ Alterations in the Style of the Courts of 

■■ " ■■ Oath impofed on the Judges who accepted 
of Commiffions from them. ■ 

■ i — Inductions for the Council of State. — 
« ■ Lift of Lords and Gentlemen that coniti- 

tuted it. ■; 

•— — Manner of admitting the Ambafladors of 
the States General to an Audience. — 
■■ i Anfwcr to them, concerning their Appli- 
cation in Behalf of the lace King. — 

■ i Ordef for taking down the late King's 

Arms from all public Places. ^ - - 

m- Declaration, on account of two Letters 

from the Sttti Com mi Hi oners, concerning 

the Proceedings againft the late King. — 
— — Order for preparing two new Seals for the 

Ufe of the Council of State. 

Alteration in the Form of Writs, Etfc. — 

■ Engagement to be taken by the Members 
of the Council of State, Form of. ■—■- — . 

Hemove the Earl of Warwick from the Office 
of Lord High-AJmiral. — — 

Their Manner of difpofing thereof, &c. — 
— - Order concerning the Prince Elector Pu- 



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COMMONS, their Declaration, in Anfwer to a 
Remonftrance from the Scuts Commiffion- 
ers in Lend**, concerning the Proceedings 
againft the late King, tiff. ™_^ 

Tiisir Manner of refuting this Remonftrance, 
Account of. — — — 

contemptuous Treatment of the Setts Com- 

miflioners. - — ' ' ■- ■ 

final] Number of fitting Members in March 

,648. 

1 — refpe&fol Anfwer to a Petition from Lord 
Fairfax. an& his Council of War, touching 
divers Regulations. — — 

— Vote for raifing an additional Number of 

— Proceedings on a Petition from the Duke 
of Hamilton and others, fentenced to Death. 

Resolutions with regard to Other Royalifts, 

who had diftinguiihed themfelves in Fa- 
vour of the late King. — — ■ 

— AH for abolifhing Monarchy. — ■ 
for abolifhing the Houfe of Peers, — 

— Declaration, fetiing forth their ReaTons 
for eftabliihing a Commonwealth. — 

Order for difpoung of the Perfonal Eftates 

of the late King, the Queen, and Prince of 
Wales. 

lira Land-Tax of 90,000/. a Month upon the 
Kingdom by their own Authority: — 

Their Speaker's Letter to forward the ratting 

Take PtntefraS Caftle. -i- 

Their Bounty to the Town for repairing the 

Church there, — — — — 

■ to Major-General Lambert, who 

commanded their Forces before Pentefracl. 
■— RefiMtment againft the Authors, &e. of a 

Pamphlet, intituled, The Second Part of 

England'* new Chains difemstrtd. - — 
*■ — Vote of High Tieafon againft the Marquis 

ef Ground. • • • ■ ■ 



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COMMONS, prohibit the Clergy from meddling 
with Affairs of State in their Pulpits. — 
Their Sentence ipiinfl rfi/raba& Reynold/on, Lord 
Mayor of London., for refuting to proclaim 
an Aft for abolishing Monarchy. — — 
— 1 farther Refentment againft him and divers 
Aldermen of that City. — — 

■ Order for taking away the Privilege of 
each refpeftive Member, with regard to hi 
Perfon and Eftate. . — 

— — Provifion for the better Maintenance of Mi- 
ni Hers and Maflers of Colleges in the tw 
Univerfuies, out of Deans and Chapte; 
Lands. ■ ■ ■■ 

Commit Lieutenant-Colonel Liliourne, and three 
others, to the Tower, for writing a Pam- 
phlet againft the new Republic. — — 

Their Anfwer to a Pet it ion in Favour of the above 
Prifoners. — — 

; from the Female Sex, 

in Favour of Lilbournt, &c. — - — 

■ ■■ annual Allowance for the Support of the 

Duke of Ghtutfltr and'tlie Lady Etiza- 

beib, two of the late King's Children. — 

- Inscription upon the new Coin, Account 



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Pafs an Aft of Oblivion. — — 

— - for the Sale of Deans and Chapters 

Lands. — — 

Their Preamble to the lad-mentioned Aft. — 
— — Orders for preventing frefh Infurreilions. 

■ rigorous Treatment of Col. LUlourne, 
MdP\ Tfahiyn, Prince, and Overton. 

Pafs an Aft againft Free-Quarter. — — 

1 for declaring what Offences were 

to be judged Treafon. — ■ 

Their Agent (Dr. Dariflaut) at the Hague af- 

faffinated. ,- — 

Bounty to his Children. — — 

■ Declaration on account of that Murder. 
Pais an Aft for eftablifhing the Commonwealth. 



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Vol. 

COMMONS, their Cenfure patted upon two Al- 
dermen of London, for refufing to proclaim 
the A& againft Monarchy. ■ 19 

Their Appointment of fix new Judges, Ac- 
count of. ■■' ■ ._— 19 

of new Maces throughou 

Kingdom. ■ — - — 

— Entertainment by the City of London. — 

Ceremony on that Occafioti. — — 

Vote of Thanks to the City for their Re- 

fpca. 

— — A& for better Maintenance of the Paro- 
chial Clergy, AbftraS of. — — 

— Votes for reducing the Honours paid to 
the late King's Children. — — 

— extraordinary Favours, He. conferred up 
on Serjeant Brad/haw, Account of. — 19 

— — Vote for rewarding their other Friends. 19 

Appoint Lieu ten ant-Genera I Cromwell Gover- 
nor-General of Ireland. — 

Their Vote, touching the Civil and Military 
Power in that Kingdom. — — 

— — Refolution for difpofing of the Crown 

■ Lift of Houfes and Parks referved for the 

life of the Commonwealth. — 
— - extraordinary Favour done to the City of 

• — Letter to the Stats Parliament, fignifying 
their Deltre of an amicable Agreement be- 
tween the two Nations. — — 

— Declaration, fating forth their Endeavours 
for removing all Differences between them 
and the Parliament of Scotland. — — 

'Appoint a Faft for a Bleffing upon their Forces 
going for the Relief of Ireland. — — 

Their Orders for regulating the Conduit of the 
Clergy, touching the State. — - 

fib an Adt for Sale of the Crown Lands. — — 

Tbetr Preamble thereto, with an Abftraft of the 
fcd Aft. ' 



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COMMONS, pafs an Act. for declaring it High 

Treafon to counterfeit the Coin. — 
Their Preamble to an A& for propagating the 

Gofpel in New- England: — •* — . 
Paft an A£t for the readier Sale of Deans and 

Chapters Lands. — 

Their' Vote for continuing the Afleffincnt of 

90,000 /. a Month. — — -■- 

How "addrefled by the City of Hamburgh. 

Their Orders for melting down the Regalia, and 

demolifln'ng the Statues of the late King. 
Obtain a compleat Victory over the Marquis of 

Ormonds Forces in Inland. — — 
Appoint a general Thankfgi ving on that Account. 
Their Declaration previous thereto, with the 

Particulars of the Aition. — — 

p— Bounty toLieutenant-General "fonts for his 

Service therein. — - __„ . 

Pafs an ASt for prohibiting the Importation of 

French Wines and other Manufactures. — 
Their Orders concerning Sir fohn Wintour t Sir 

Ktnebn bigby, and Mr. IValtir Mentag&t 
—— partial Ait for Relief of infolvent Debtors. 
. Interruption by Mutinies, t£t. in divers 

Places, Account of* — — ■ — 
■ ASt for regulating the Prefs, AbiTract of. 

——Declaration in Vindication of their Proceed- 

— ' ' Ceremony on approving of a new Lord 

Mayor of London. — — * — 

Appoint a Day of Thankfgiving for the taking 
of Droghtda by Cromwell. — — -^— 

Their Declaration thereupon. — — 

— — Engagement to be true to the Common- 
wealth Government. — ■ - ■ ■■■ 

- " Order for obliging all Perfons that bore 

any Office to fubfcribe the fame. ■ 

Alter the Style heretofore ufed in their Orders, 

ifc. and how. - — 

Their Proceedings, in order to lecure their ac- 
quired Power. ■ ■ ■■■ " ■ 



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Vol. 
COMMONS, their Re-admiffiort of fecluded 

Members on certain Conditions, Lift of. 
Tlieir Refentmtnr againft Cltmtnt Walker, Efq; 

and for what. ' ■ . . 

Proceedings againft fuch Citizens tf London, 

who had been of the late King's Part/. 
Pals an Aft for laying an Excife on certain 

Commodities. — — - --. — 

Set afide Col. Lil&eurne's Ele&bn as a Com- 
mon-Council Man of London. — — 
Their Proceedings againft Papifts, Cavaliers, WV. 
Eftimate of the Charge of their Fleet for the 

Summer's Service for 1650. — — 
Their Ad, requiring all Perform, being eighteen 

Years of Age, to fubferibe an Engagement 

to be true to the Commonwealth Govern- 
ment, Abftraft of. — ■- 

—. — Refoluiion, for defiring Gen. Cromwtlt to 

come home. - — — — ■ . 

— — Proceedings, with regard to the Mannei 

of electing future Parliaments. — — 
Appoint Major-Genera! Inton Prefident of the 

Province of Munjler. — — — 

Their Refolutkm concerning the Style of Ad 

drefs to them from foreign Powers. — 
1 further Succefs againft the Rebels in Ire- 

land. Account of, — - ___ 

Commiffion to their Agents abroad. — 

Appoint. a Faft-Day, with their Reafons for fo 

doing. 1 — _■ 

Their Election of a Council of State for the 

Year 1 650, Account of. — — 

■ ■ ■ Order for accommodating Gen. Cromwell 

on his coming to London. — — 
Refentment againft a Book, afferting the 

Obfervarion of the Jew'tjh Sabbath. — 
• Ac* for erefling a new College at Dublin, 

Abftraaof. I 

Paft an A&. for felling the Fee-Farm Rents of 

the Crown. — — 

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COMMONS, pafs an A& for eftablJihing a High 
Court of Juftice. — -■■■ 

Their Order for fecuring (he Eftates of Royalifti 

refiding abroad. — . 

' ' Jurifdi&ion in Matters relating to the or- 
dinary Courts of Juftice, Inftance of. — 
■ Order for making void all Titlei of Ho- 
nour granted fince carrying the Great 

Seal to Oxford. — t- 

' for taking down the King's Arms 

in Churches, Ships, &c — — 

— ■ A& for a better Provifion for the Clergy. 
— — ™ for a ftri&er Obfcrvation of the Sab- 

bath, Abftraa of. — 

— — — Forces augmented, and in what Manner. 
Puniihment of inceft, Adultery, and For- 
nication, Particulars of. — — 

— Preamble to an Act for a Fall, on Account 
of their Invafion of Scotland.- — . — 

Appoint Sir Tbamas Widdrington and Serjeant 

Green for their (landing Counfel. — 
Robert Reynolds, Efq; their Sollidtor- Ge- 

Admit the Lord Schacp, Com miffioner from the 

States of Holland and Wtft-Fritzland, to 

an Audience. — ■ 

Their Ceremony on that Occaflon, — — 

Anfwer by ihe Speaker. — — 

— ■ Refolution for fending Lord-General Fair- 

fax and General Cromwell with an Army 
into the North. — 

■ ■ i Vote of Thanks to Lord Fairfax for. his 

faithful Services. — 

— ■ Refolution to fend an Army into Scotland. 

■ i Declaration of the Juftice and Neceffity 

thereof. ~ ■ 

Repeal the Ordinance for cbnftituting Thomas 
Lord Fairfax Captain -General of all their 

Appoint Lieutenant- General Cromwell to fuc- 
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Vol. 
COMMONS, their AG for fuppreffing of profi 
Swearing and Cutting, Abftract of. 
Receive Information of Mr. Jftbam, their Agent 
in Spain, being aflaflinatcd. — — 
Their Proceedings againlt fundry Royalifta or 
this Occafion, Account of. — — 

— Vote foi prohibiting Commiffioners of Ex 
cife from holding any other Employment. 

Appoint a Day of Thanklgiving for the further 
Succefs of their Forces in Ireland, under 
Sir Cbarlts Coot. 

Their Declaration thereupon, fetting forth the 
Particulars of that Viflory. — — 

— Treatment of Mr. ytntins, Minifter of 
Cbri/i's Church, London., for refufmg to 
obferve a Faft-Day appointed by them. - 

— — Refolution for fending Prince Henry and 
Princefs Elizabeth, two of the late King's 
Children, out of England. — — 

Pals an Ad for obliging Sheriffs to difperfe the 
Orders, He. of that Houfe. — — 

— — for prohibiting all Intercourie with 

Scotland. • ■ ■■— ■ — ■ ■ ■ 19 

■ for advancing Trade, Abftract or. 19 



Their Act for fuppreffing atheiftical andblafphe- 
mous Opinions in Religion, Abftractof. 

■ Narrative of the taking of fFattrford, Ca- 

tbtrleigby He. by Commiflary- General 

1 — - Declaration, in Oppolttion to one publUh'd 
in Sect/and by King Cbarlit II. — — 

— Act for appointing a Day of Thanklgiving, 
on occafion of a great Victory obtained 
over the Seats near Dunbar. — •— 

— annual Allowance for the Support of Prince 
Hinry, Account of. — — — 

Vote for an Afleflinent of 120,000/. a 

Month, to carry on the War in Scotland. 
■'tis an Act for impowering the Excife to be 

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COMMONS, pais an A3 for allowing Liberty of. . 

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Conscience iit Mitten of Religion. — 

Their Preamble to this A&. — — 

— — Proceedings, on occafion of Barbados, awl 

other Plantations in the Wtft-Indiit* re-. 

volting from them. — — — 

■ CommiSoners appointed to go to Inland* 

for the Purpofe of fettling the Civil Affairs 

there, Lift of. — 

— *— InftniSions to them. ^— — ; — 

, Proceedings, concerning the future Election 

of Members to fit in Parliameht. —— 

Fab an Aft for regulating the Sale of Meal, and 

preventing its Abufe. — — 

. for further inforcing former Acb 

for felling of Bifhops' Lands. — — 

mm for appointing Convoys for Trade. 

- for prohibiting the Obfervation of 



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, -for preventing Supplies being fent 

to ScvtUnd. " 

- for tranflating all Proceedinj 



Law into Engtijb. — — 

Their further Succeft againft the Irtfit Rebels. 

Pals an Aft for afcertaining the Fees to be paid 
by Lords of Manors, on pairing their Ac- 
counts in the Exchequer. — — 

. for regulating Abufes in Ntrwicb 

Stirfrs. ■ — 

Order the Proceedings at the Trial of the late 
King to be entered on Record. — — 

Their Ceremony in admitting Don Alonfo it Cor- 
dtnat, Ambaffador from the King of Spain, 
to an Audience. ^— — — 

Appoint the 30th ofjmmary, 1650, for a Day 
of Thanltrglving, on Account of the Sur- 
render of Edinburgh Cattle. — 

Their Resolutions, touching the Manner of re 

ceiving foreign Minifters. — 

1 ■- ■ ■ concerning the Sale of De 

linquents' Eftates. — — 



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Vol. Pay. 
COMMONS, their Difguft at the King of Portu- 
gal, for his Indulgence to Prince Rupert. 

Their Manner of admitting the Partupiife Agent 

to an Audience. ■ — 

Appoint Mefl'. St. John and Strickland to be their 

Ambafladors to the- States General. — 

Their A& againft forcible Marriages, Abftract 

. Counterfeiting their Seal, made High Treafon. 
Appoint a new Council of State, — ■ 
Their Bounty to Admiral Blah. — ■■ — 
— Precautions upon the Rumour of an Inva- 

fion by the Sots. ■■■■ ■ 

■— further Succefs in Inland, Account of. — 
Proceedings of their Ambafladors in Holland, Ac- 
count of. ■■ - • — 
Their Resolutions thereupon. — — 
relating to fbme Affronts of- 



454. S 

457, 8 
458 
458,9 
459 

460, 1 
4°*»3»* 

466/0470 
470. I 



fered to their Ambafladors at the tiagx 

Votes relating to the Difpute with the King 

of Portugal. — 

— Refentment again ft that Monarch and his 
Ambauador. - 

— Sentence patted upon Lord Howard of 
F.fcrick, for Bribery. > 

— — Orders, upon Notice of a fpeedy Vifk from 
the Scots. 

■ further Succefs againft the Irifh. — —19 

Pais an A& for the Sale of the Lands and Eftates 
forfeited for High Treafon againft the Com- 
monwealth. — -■ ■ ■-■■- — 

Their Refutation for augmenting their Forces, 

Monthly Pay of their Army, at this Time, fur- 
prizing Amount of. — _____ 

Their Orders for preferving the public Records. 

Receive Advice of the King's March towards 
England, with an Army of Scots. — — 

Their A&s patted for oppofing the Invafion of 
the Scots. r 

-— Declaration, making it High Treafon to 
hold any Correfpondcnce with the King, 
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Vol. 
COMMONS, their Proclamation, declaring King 

Cbarlii II. a Traitor. 

Their Favour done to Col. Mactworth, for his 

contemptuous Letter to the King. 

'~— further Succefs in Scotland, Account of. - 

■ Refolution for difpofing of the Recoids, 

with the Regalia, &t, taken in Stirling 

Pafs an &&. for continuing the Monthly AfTefT- 

ment of 120,000/. — '■ 

Their Order forenforcing the Collection there- 

Pafs an AS for reducing the Intereft of Money 

Their contemptuous Treatment of a Summons 

from the King to the Nation in general. - 

— — Appointments, in Confluence of the De 

feat of the Scots Army at Worcefttr. 

.. ■■ - Deputation to compliment Gen. Cramwell 

on his Vidtory. 

Inltruclions to them. — 

Bounty to the Officers of their Army. — 

Proclamation, offering a Reward of 1000 /. 

for apprehending the King's Pcrfon. ■ 
——Settlement upon Gen. Cromwell for hisSer- 
. vices to the Commonwealth. — — ■ ■ 
— upon Henry Iretsn, Efq; Lord- 
Deputy of Ireland, — — 
— — further Succefs in Scotland. — — 
— — Proceedings, touch irg a newReprefentative 
i A£t for a general Thankfgiving, on Ac- 
count of their great Succeffcs, with a Nar 
rative of the Particulars thereof. — — 
— — Difpofal of the Scitt common Soldiers, Ac- 
count of. — 

— — Refolution in Favour of Mr. Jenkins, and 

fome other Prifoners. — — 

— -■■ AS for encouraging Navigation, A oft raft 

- — Account of the King's Efcape Into France. 
- — ■■ Time fixed upon for a Didblution, — 



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Vol. Page. 
COMMONS, their Council of State for the Year 

1652, Lift of. — 20 78, 9 

Obtain the Surrender of Limerick, and the Ifles 

ofjtrfty and Man. 20 79 

Their Lift of Commiffioners appointed to go 

into Scotland, in order to introduce an£»- 

glijb Government in that Kingdom. — 20 82, 3 

Reduction of the Excife. — — 20 83 

— of the Monthly AffefTment. - 20 83 

Appoint a Committee for regulating the PraQice 

of the Law. ■ 20 8+ 

Their Punifhment of Jofiah Prymate and Col. 

John Liltoume, for petitioning againft Sit 

Arthur Hafilrigge. — — 20 84 

— — Aci for vacating Honours granted by the 

late King. — — — ■ 20 85 
^— Vote, relating to Tytbes. — — 20 80 
Bounty to Colonels Overton, lngoldjby, 

and Pryde. 20 87 

Commence a War with the Dutch. — — 20 87 
Their Preparations on that Occaiion. — 20 87 
Defeat of the Dutch Fleet under Admiral 

Van Tromp. 20 89 

— Interruption given to the Dutch Fifhcries I 

on the Northern Coafts, Account of. — 20 90 
— — Order for pulling down Cathedral Churches 

and felling the Materials. — — 20 90 

■ oppreffive Methods of railing Money for 

carrying on the Dutch War. — — 20 91 

— Lift of Commiffioners appointed to fettle 1 

the Government of Ireland, — — 120 91 

■ Inftrudtions to them for that Purpofe. - 20 92 to 97 

" Vote for opening a Trade with France. - 20 99 

— Proceedings, in order to a Treaty with I 
Commiffionert frcm Scotland, about an 
intended Union of the two Nations. — laOiIOI 

" Difference with Denmark, Account of. - , 20, 102 

— Proceedings, touching Delinquents' Eft ates 1 | 
and Crown Lands. — j 20 ; 103 

— — new Council of State for the Year 1653,! 

Lift of. 20 103, 4. 

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COMMONS, thefr Preparations for carrying on 

the Dutch War. — ■- 

Their additional Order for abolishing the Fefti- 
val of Chrtflmat-Day. — 

■ ' Reduction of Land Forces. — — 

- Orders for prohibiting the Refort to Mafs. 
Banifh Jefuits and Rtmijb Priefts out of England. 
Their great Viflory over the Dutch, after three 

Days Engagement, Ac count of. — — 

■ Order for a Thankfgiving on that Occafion 

■ ' ■' further Proceedings, touching their Dif- 

folution. ______ ______ 

■ ■ ■ Vote, as to the Number of Members from 

Scotland and Inland allowed to fit in the 
Houfe. ■ 

—•— - nioft remarkable A&s palTed in the Year 
1652, Abftraa of. --■ 

— — Diffolution by Gen. Cromwell, Particulars 

Lift of, returned to ferve in Crtmwtlfs third 

Parliament. — 

Their Treatment of his new Houfe of Lords, 

Account of. — — ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Lift of, returned to ferve in the Parliament fum- 

moned by Richard Crtmwc-ll. — — 

Elecl Chakntr Chute, Kfq; their Speaker. — 

Tbeit Debate on a Bill for recognizing Richard's 

Title to the Protectorate. — — 

- .. . i —■ ■--■■ - on the Bounds and Power of an- 

other Houfe. — _____ 

■ Favour to Gearge Duke of Buckingham. 
■ — - farther Debate on the Bounds, &c of an- 
other Houfe. ■■ -' ■' — — 

■ 1 Allowance of Scats Members to fit in Par- 

liament. • ■ 

Chufc Thtntas Bampfeld, Efq; for their Speaker. 
Their Favour to Major-General Overton. — 
— — Allowance of Irijb Members to fit in the 

Houfe. r . —- — 



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199 

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264 

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292 



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295 M 
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296 
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Parliamentary Hiftory of England. 

F»l. 

COMMONS, pifi a Bill for tramacling BuGnefa 

with the new Houfe of Lords. — — 

Theix Debate concerning that Houle, and the 

Allowance of Stels and Irijh Members. 

■ ' ■ concerning a public Faft. — 

— Votes concerning the Officers of the Army. 

— ■ Difiblution, and how occafioned. — 
Lift of, returned to ferve in the Convention 

Parliament. ^— — .,.— 

Chufe Sir Harbottli Grimjhn for their Speaker. 
Their folcmn Thanks to Gen. Minii, for his 

eminent Services. — -■ - 

to Col. Ingoldfby. — 

How addrefled by the King, in order to his Re- 

ft or at ion. - — — — — „ 

Their Vote for an immediate Supply to the 

Prefent to Sir Jahn Grenvillt. — — 

Anfwer to the King's Letter. — — 

— - Committee appointed to carry it, Lift of. 
• Vote for a prefent Supply to the Duke of 

. . ■ — to the Duke of 

Gitutifttr. 

Order concerning WbiukallmA the Mews. 

Lift of Necefiaries to be provided for the 

, King's Service. ^___ - 
Reprimand to Mr. Lmthall, and Occafion 

1 Proceedings againft the Regicides. 

— Order for fecuring Secretary Thurltt. — 
— — for providing Robes, He. for the 

— i - — for feizing the Goods of the late 

?ibn Bradjhma, £fq; — — 

otes concerning the Regicides. — — 

— Lift of Perfons ordered to be fecured. — 
■ Settlement on the King, in lieu of the Court 

of Wards and Tenures. — — — 

*— Proccffion to Wbttthalli to attend the King's 

Coining there, » — 



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Pip. 

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319,20,1 

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131 

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250 
258 

263/8267 
273 

281 

281 
281 

282,3,4 

286, 7 

287, 8 
289 

289 

291 
299 
299, 300 



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COMMONS, their Thank* to the Committee 

fent to the King at Brida. 

Their Oaths taken to the new Government. — 

■ Lift of Perfons to be excepted for Life and 
Eftate out of the A& of Indemnity. 

w— Lift of Perfons voted to be (pared for Life. 

— . .. further Exceptions of Fcr&as out of the 

Act of Indemnity. — - 

— . Debate on the whole Number to be ex- 

cepted. 

■ Thanks to Admiral Montague for his Ser- 
vices. ■ 

— Prefent of Money to the Queen Dowager. 
Debate on the Bill of Indemnity. 

■ ■ ■ ■ Debate on Religion, — — 

further Debate on the BUI of Indemnity. - 

i final Lift of Perfons excepted for Life and 

Eftate. — 

— — farther Debate on Religion. ■ 

Debate on a Poll-Bill. — 

Pafs the Bill of Indemnity. — 

Their Debate on a Bill of Sales, with refpedr. to 

the King's and Church Lands. — 

Poll Bill ps-flcd. — 

Otder for difciiarging the Guards from at- 
tending the Houfe. — ■ — 
. ■ — further Debate on Relipion. — 
Rc-motiftrance to the Lords, concerning 

the Act of Indemnity. ■ — — 

_ Debate, whether the Money-Bill Ihould 

precede the A8 of Grace. — — 

. MeflJgetotheKing on determining for the 

former, ■ 

How anlwered by him. 

Their Debate on a Bill concerning Sir G targe 

Bulb, — 

— — Recompence for his Services. — — 
. Debate on a Biil for reftoring Miniftei 

their Livings. — 

i Debate concerning embezzled Good* 

Kftatea. . ■ ■ ■ -7— 



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Parliamentary Hijlary of England. 

Vol. 
COMMONS, their farther Debate on the Mini' 

ftcrs- Bill. 

Their Votes on the Bill of Sales. — 

Votes on the Minifters' Bill. — — 

— Debate on the Lords' Alterations in the Bill 
of Indemnity. 

— — further Debate on Religion. — — 

Debate on a Conference with the Lords, 

touching the Poll-Bill. 

— ■■ ■ — on a Conference with the Lords, 

touching the Pardon-Bill. — — 

- on a fecond Conference, about the 



fame Butinefs. 

— further Proceeding therein. 
Debate on fome Propofals for djlhanding 

the Army. ' ■ 

Refolutions thereon. 

— — Debate on a Menage from the King, con- 
cerning a Recefs. — : 

Prefent of Money to the Duke of York. — 

' ■ totheDulceofG/tfun^rr. 

— Petition to the King, concerning Dutch 
Encroachments on "Trade. — — 

— Refolutions, concerning the Revenue of 
the Crown. ■ ' ■ ■ ■■■■■■ 

— - farther Debate on difbanding the Army. - 
Pals a Bili for Confirmation of Marriages by Ju 

ftices of Peace. — ■ ■ 

Their Order, relating to the Sales of Bifliops 

Lands. — — — ■ - ■-■ 

— — Debate on a Motion for defiling the King 

to marry. — — 

— — Grant for the King's prefent Supply. 
— — Prefent to the Princefs Henrietta. — 
— - Eftimate of the Charge of difbanding the 

Land Forces and paying off the Ships. 

Provifion for thofe Purpofes. — — 

Bring in a Bill for preventing the Exportation of 

Wool, Wf. 

— . ,. ., . for erecting an Endowment of 

Vicarages out of Rectories appropriate. • 



203 

Pagt. 

414. 15 
4«5.i6|i7 

4.8 

419, 20, 1 
421 

423» 4 

429 "433 

44 1 "44$ 

453» 4» 5 

465 
465,6 

467 
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468 

469 

47'> a 
473 

473 
476 

477. 8 
479 ' 



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304 I N D E X to the 

Vat. 
COMMONS, bring In a Bill for an Annherfary 

Fell on the }»th of January. ■ — — 

Their Debate 00 the Alimony of Wives who live 

from their Hufbanda. — — 

— concerning the Debt* of the Army 
and Navy. — - *— ■ 

. , — — concerning the Militia. — — 

— Proceedings againit Mr* Droit, for wri- 
ting a Book, called Tbt Lang Pariionumt 

revived. — — — : 23 

— Debate on the Court of Wards. — — 23 
Exceptions to Paffagea in Mr. Droit's 

Book. 

■■- — Debate on fome Refolutions thereon. — 

farther Debate on the Court of Wards. — 

1 on the Militia-Bill. 

■t ■ Debate on the Court of Wards refumed. 



•— — final Refolutions touching the fame. 

— Debate on Religious Affairs. — — 
..,-,. „ ,_- or a Ji)l concerning the Earl of 

Arundel. - ■ ■ ■ ■ 

— farther Debate on the Alimony of Wives. 
- on the Earl of ArundtFa Af- 



fair. 



11 the Bill of Attainder. • 



- Impeachment againft Mr. Droit, Form of, 

- Renewal of the Debate on the Bill of At- 
tainder. — — — 

- Debate on a Cafe concerning the Earl of 
Dtrby. — — 

on the City of London's providing 

Trophies, fcrV. * 

on Grievances. — 

- Grant to the King, on Account of bis Co- 
ronation. — — 

- Reward to Col. Windham, and Occafion 
thereof. — — 

- Debate concerning Admiral Low fin. 

- Reward to Col. Majfty. — 

— r to Capt. Tilus. — 

•— •— — - to. Mrs. Jam fane. — . — 



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m. 

COMMONS, pafs ■ Bill for tte&ing a General 

Letter Office. — — — 23 

Their Debate concerning the Officers of the 

Court of Wards. — ■ 23 

■ , , — .... ■— . on Wine Ltcenfes. — — 23 

- ■ ■ ■ ■ concerning the Queen of Bohemia. 23 

■ ■-■ ■concerning the Prices of Wines. - 23 

- Grant to the Duke of Ytrk. — — 23 
to the Queen of Bf hernia. — — 23 

- Debate concerning Privilege. — — 23 
COMMON-PRAYER-BOOK, when cotnpil'd 

and authorized by Parliament — 
COMMON-PRAYER, Reformation of, De- 
bate about it in the Houfe of Common*. 
Resolutions of the Commons concerning it. — 9 
Aboli&ed by an Ordinance of Parliament. — 13 
COMMON COUNCIL ef Ltnden, their Peti- 
tion to the King at Oxford for Peace — 
Their Proceedings in Confequence of the Re- 
ceipt of two Letters from Gen. Fairfax. 
— — Refelittions concerning the great Concourie 
of Reformado Officers about the Cttjr. — 

■ for discharging fuch Soldiers as 
bad inlifted upon the Votes of Parliament 
and Committee of the Militia, — 

— • A&, in ConJeguence of an Infurre&ion 
Lttdion, in Favour of the King. ■ 

■ ■ ■ Refolutions, in regard to fome Commo- 

tions in Kent. — — 

Order of Parliament for their Discontinuance. 
Reverfa! thereof. — *— — ■ 

COMMONWEALTH, when eftablimed in En- 
gland. — — - 
COMMON FAME, deem'dby the Commons to 
be a good Ground of Aceufatlon again ft 
the Duke of Buckingham. • — •— 
COMMUNION, Debate thereon by the Houfe 
of Commons, Anno 1571. — — 
COMMUNION-TABLE, Refolutions of the 
Commons concerning it. — - 
Re&ludoni of the Peers. — — 



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63, ♦ 

68 ttjo 

70 

70 

79 

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361 

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COMPTON, Lord Henry, when fitft fummoned 

' , to Parliament ■ — ■ ■ ■ — — 

COMPTON, Spencer, Earl of Northampton, de- 

fetts the Parliament, and goes to King 

Charles I. at Ywk. ' — 

His Excufe for not returning purfuant to a Sum 

Impeachment againft him on this Account, Par- 
ticulars of. -. — 

— , ■ — — for High Trealbn. — 

Reverfal of his Sentence. — 

CONELLY, Owen, h\s Reward for the Difco- 

very of the Irijh Rebellion. — 

CONFERENCE, Report of, between the two 
Hoiiies, concerning fome Papers of the 
Sects Comniiffioners being printed. ■ ■ ■ 

. concerning the Difpofal of the 

King. — — 

-,. ■ between Geneial Fleetwood and 

Mr. Whitktkt, about bringing in King 
Charles 11. — — — 

i the Lords and Commons, 

at the Convention Parliament, concerning 
the Regicides. — — — 

- the two Houfes, concern- 



X to the 

Vol. Pagt. 



ing the Subjea-Matter of the Poll Bill. - 
, _ con- 7 

cerning the Bill of Indemnity. - — I 
CONSCIENCE, remarkable Diftinaion of. — 
CONSPIRATORS in the EngUJb Army againft 

the Parliament, Lift of. — — 

CONTRACT, Treaty of, between King Jamesl. 

and his Subjects, relating to Tenures, WV. 
CONVENTICLERS, in Scotland, fummoned by 

Mary Queen Regent to join the French 

Intereft againft Q_ueen Elizahetb. — 

Refufe to obey this Order. — — 

CONVENTION, held by William I. at Winafor, 

in 1072. - " ■ 



165, 6 
87 

205, 
268 



3'8, 19 
395. 6, 7 

26, 7, 8 

301 teyn 

421, 2, 3 
424(0428 
434J0 44r 
446^451 
270, 1 

461 

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Vtl. 

CONVENTIOK, held by Henry 1. at London, m 

Held by Henry I. at London, — 1 107. — 

■ ■ ■ Saiijbury, — — Iii6. — 

by Stephen, — Oxford, — — 1 136. — 

Ltnden, ■ — — 1152. 



- Henry I 



— IValllngford, — II56. — 
-Clarendon, 1 164. — 



I71. 



- John, 



York, 

■ ' ■ Northampton, — 1176. 
— ^— — —— Gayntington, — 1 iii6. — 
-Ricbardl.- Weflminjier, — 1189. ~ 

- Nottingham, — 1 194. — 

— Lincoln, - — 1200. — 

—— ^— ^— — Oxford, — — 1204. — 

— ■ ■ ' London, — — 1213, — 

Runningmede, ~ 1215. — 

-Henry HI.— London, — — 1223. — 

■ ■ Northampton,— 1 224. — 
— — — — — WeftmlnjUr, — 1225. — 
Oxford, — — 1227. — 

— ■ ' irtflminfler, — 1232. — 

■ — Lambeth, — 1232. -— 

— ■' Oxford, -^- — ] 233. — 
IPtJlmtnfter. • — ■ 1233. — 



- Weft, 

- Merton, — 



1234. 
1236. 



London, i 237 . _ 

- Tori, 



- London, — 

- London, - 



— J 237. 
■ 12 37- — 
• 1242. — 

, — 1244. — 

— 1246. — 

- London, — — 1246. — 

- London, — — 1248. — 
-London, — — 1248. — 
-London, — — J251. — 

- tfe/lminjler, — 1252. — 

- London, — ■ — 1 254. — 

- London, — — 1254. — 



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CONVENTION ndd by Htnry III. at Union* 

HdibyHtnrjlILvtHyhuii/ltr,— I2 55- — 

, n ■ Wiftminftir, — 1257. — 

- — 1 — London, 125a- — 

■ ■ ■ Oxford, 1258. — 

■ ■ . Oxford, — — 1263. — 

. London, — — 1264. — 

■ ■ ■ Linden, 1265. — 

- JVtncbefttr, — 1265. — 

- — - Ktntlwartb, — 1266. — 

. .. . .c« Bdmendfinry, 1267. — 
.. . Martbtrmgb^ ~- 1269. — 

CONVENTION of the King and Peers at York, 
Account of. — — — 

1 of the Peers and Commons 

with the King at Oxford* and their Pro- 
ceedings there, in order for a Peace with 
the Parliament. — — — 

CONVOCATION, Hatiftof, iropofeanewOlth 
for the Support of Epifcopacy and Church- 
Government. — — — 
Their Danger from the Populace. — — 
Power o£ defended, and how. — — 

CONVOCATIONS of the Clergy, when ap 
pointed to be called by the King's Writ. 

CONVOYS for Security of Trade, when firft 2p 
pointed. — — — 

CONWAY, Lord, his Speech to the Parliament 

in 1625, concerning the State of foreign 

Affairs. — — — 

His Speech to the Parliament in 1625, concern- 

ing the State of domeftic Affairs. — — 

— Vindication of King Charltt I. agalnft a 

Complaint of the Commons. — — 

. of the Duke of Buckingham to 

the Parliament, in 1626. — — 

— Letter to the Earl of Briftol, relating to his 

Negotiations in Spain. — 
Charge againft him by the fait) Earl. • 
His Anfwer thereto. — 



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CONWAY, Lard, fequcftrcd from the Houfe of 
Peers, and com milted, on Suspicion of be- 
ing concerned in a Plot againlt the Parlia- 
ment. — ■ ■ ■■ 

Admitted to Bail. — — 

Joins die King at Oxford. — — 

Deterts bim, and returns to the Parliament. — 
Complaint againft him by the Karl of EJJtx. - 
His Examination and Anfwers, Particulars of. 
CONYERS, Sir John, complained of to the Par- 
liament, and why. — - 
Made Lieutenant of the Tower, at the Requeit 
of the Commons. — ■ — 
COOKE, Col. his Narrative of the King's refuting 
to efcape from Newport, in the lfie of 
Wight, although apprized of the Army s 

OcTign to feize him. — 

COOKE, Sir John, Secretary of Stall, his Speech 
to divert a Debate in the Houfe of Com- 
mons on public Grievances. — — 
His Speech for a Supply, ■ — 
Conference between both 



20J 
Pate. 



297 

349 



Houfcs, relating to Recufants 
to the King, on presenting a Peti- 
tion frdm the Parliament. — — 

— - for a Supply. — ...... 

— on delivering a Meffage from the 
King, in Vindication of the Duke otButi- 

Acqttainta the Commons with the King's Ac- 
ceptance of their five Subfidies. ■■ — — 

■ with the Duke of 

Buciingbam's congratulatory Speech to the 
King on this Occafion. 

His Motion for expediting the Subfidies, — 

— Speech, on delivering a Menage from the 

King, touching the Supply. — 

His Speech to perfuade the Commons to rely on 

the King's Word for their Liberties. — 

— on delivering a Menage from the 
King to this Purpofe. ■■ " — 



295/0298 



7 37*. 3 
7,373. 4 



7 I 387. 8, 9 



7 389. 90 
7,399 



7 406, 7 
7 «* 



431, 

436 



438, 9 
79, So, t 



95. 6 
COOKE, 



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Vol. 
COOKE, Sir John, Secretary of State, prefles again 
(he Commons to rely on the King's Word, 
His Motion for reading tlfe Bill of Tannage and 

— Apology on this Account. — — 

Explains himfelf more fully in this Point. 

His Reply to Mr. Stldcn, concerning feme Po 

piih Pricfts releafed out of Seagate. — 
Refufes to declare the Proceedings againft them, 

without Leave from the King. — — — — 8 
His Speech againft a Commoner being called to 

anfwer a Complaint before the Lords. — 

— Account of the Popifli Priefts, their Reve- 

nue, He. — ■■ ' '■ 8 

— Speech againft feizing the Goods of a Par- 

liament-Man. — i 

COOPER, Sir Edmund, Alderman of York, dif- 
franchis'd by an Ordinance of Parliament, 
for his Loyalty to King Charles I. 13 

COOPER ASHLEY, Sir Anthony appointed one] j 
of the ProredWs Council. — — 20 

COOTE, Sir Charles, his Succefs {ondertbe Duke 
of Ormattd) againft the Rebels in Ireland. 
His unfortunate Death by one of his own Men. ' 
Application to the King; in Favour of his Chil- 
dren, Account of. ■ » ■ — 

COOT, Sir Charles, obtains a conftderable Vic- j 

torj* over the ]rifh s in 1650. ~ —19 

His Charge againft Colonel yarns. Miles Corbet, 
Matt, fomlinfon, and General Ludlow. - 

COPE, , Efq\ his Motion in the Houfe of 

Commons for altering the Form of Com- 
mon-Prayer. ■■' ■ ■ 

CORBET, Jehu, Efq\ appointed a Judge for 

North aid South Wales. — — ; . 

CORBET, Mites, Efq; appointed one of the | 

Commiflioners to fettle the Civil Affairs in 19 
Ireland. — ■■ — - ao 

CORDELL, William, Efc Mafter of the RoIhA 

chofen Speaker for the Commons in 1 558. 1 3 

CORNWALL, Earl of. See Plaktagenet, 
Richard* Brother to King Henry III, > 



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">3> + 

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277 
279 

209 

300 

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288 
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314 

148 

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Vol 

CORNWALL, Duchy of, re-annexed to theCrown 

at the Petition of the Commons, — 

CORNWALL, County of, an Infurrettion there, 

on Account of collefting a Subftdy, — 

CORNWALL, Sir John, created Baron of Fam- 

boppt. in 1432. — ' 

CORITON, WtUiem, Eft; committed toPrifon, 
for refuting a Loan to King Chariot I. — 
Relcai'cd, on the calling a new Parliament. — 
Hi* Speech on Grievances concerning Religion. 
■ ■' on the Kjing's Meffage to the Com- 
mons, about Tonnage. — — 
■-■' ■ ■■ againft the two Bilhops, Montagu and 
Laud. — — — 
■ ■ on the Procefs againft Merchants for 
Tonnage. — ■ ' - 
I CORRECTION-HOUSES, when firft appointed 
I by Law to be erected in every County. — 
COSINS, Dr. Articles of Impeachment againft 
him by the Commons. • ■ ■ — 
COTTON, John, his Depofitiort againft theLord- 
Treafurer Middle/ex, as Mafter of the 
Wardrobe. — 
COTTON,' Sir Robert, his Speech, on a Motion 
in the Houfc of Commons, for a Supply. 
His Advice to the Lords of the Council, on the 
diftreffed Affairs of the State. - 
COTTINGTON, Lord Francis, refigns his Of- 
fice of Mafter of the Court of Wards. — 
COVENTRY, City of, a Parliament held there 
in 1405. — — 

in 1 460. 

Their Behaviour to King Charles I. upon his 
Afproach there. — ■ 

COVENTRY, Lord of Ale/borough, deferts King 
Charles I. at Oxford, and takes the Parlia- 
ment's new Oath, to intitle him to their 

Protection. ■ ■ 

COVENTRY, Sir Thomas, made Attorney-Ge- 
neral to King James I. — — 
Made Lord-Keeper of the Great Seal. — — 
O 2 



211 

Page. 



442 

220 

323 
338 

268 

274 
279 
291 
410 
i93<fli97 

207 
367/037* 

330 "33 8 
289 

288 

393 



403 
412 



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Vol. 
COVENTRY, Sir Thvmas, his Speech to the firft 
Parliament of King Charles t in 1625. — 
His further Speech by the King's Command. - 

Speech at opening the Parliament in 1627. 7 

— - Anfwer to a Speech of Sir "John Finch, 
Speaker for the Commons. — 

— Report of the firft Part of a Conference be- 

tween the Lords and Commons, on the 
Liberty of the Subject. — 

— Report of a Conference between both Houfes, 

on a Petition of Right. — — 

— — - — to the Lords, of another Conference 

on this Affair. 

— - Speech at opening a further Conference about 

— - Report, to the Lords, of Mr. Gtanville't 
Speech agaiaft their Addition to the Pe- 
tition of Right. — — 

■— Speech to the Commons, upon the Lords' 
Refolution to join with them in their Pe- 
tition of Right. — — 

————— to both Houfes, in the King's Name. 

■ - — —■■ ■ ■ to the King, in the Name of both 
Houfes, for a fatisfadory Anfwer to their 
Petition of Right. — — 

— Report, to the Lords, of a Conference on the 

Com million of Excife. — — 

Created a Baron. — — — 

Defcrts the Parliament, and goes to the King at 
York. — — — 

His Excufe for not returning purfuant to a Sum- 
mons. — — — 
Impeachment againft him on this Account, Par- 
ticulars ofT — — — 

Revolts from the King to the Parliament. 

His Submiffion and Zeal to ferve their Caufe. - 

Judgment againft him repealed. — — 

COUC Y, Lord Ingtlram, marries the Princefs Ifa- 

btlla. Daughter of King Edward 111. — 

Created Earl of Bedford. — 

Hit Penfion, in Support of that Dignity. — 



Page. 

+12*415 
444" 45» 
3+i "34* 

353 "35* 



8 U 13 

109, ID 
II3«Il6 
117, l8 

131/0134 



142. 3 
146 



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j*83 

! 205, 6 
453 



299 
299 

299 , 
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4°5 

405,* 

406 
406 

407, 8, 9 
1 1410 
8 I 554. 5 



Parliamentary Btftory of England. a 

Vol. Page, 
COUNCIL of Statt, held at Nottingham by Kine 

Richard \\. Lift of. — 

Their Endeavours to iet afide the King's Con- 

ceffions to Jiia Parliament, in T306. — 

— — Command to the Sheriffs to make partial 

-Returns, . 

How anfwered. — 
Their Queffions propolet! to the Judges, rela- 
ting to their Project. — — 
How frustrated in their Attempts. — - 
£recled by the Commons in 1648. — — 
lnftruflions to them. — — — 
Lift of, who conftitutcd it. — — 
Their Engagement, Form of. — _ 
— — Appraifement and Sale of the late King's 
Pictures, t-fc. Account of. — — 
Eft i mates of the annual Charge of the Na- 
vy. — — — 
Election of, for the Year 16$: — — 
Acquaint Lord General Fairfax with a Vote ofi 
the Houlc, for his marching with an Army [ 
intothe North. — — iQ|266, 7 

Receive Intimation of his Rerufal. ! 191267 

Their Endeavours to perfuade 'him to it. ' 19.267*0274 

Send Prince Henry and the Princefs Elizabtth to 

the Ifit of Wight. — 

Lift of, for the Year 1651. — — 

Commit Thomai Coke, Efq; to the Tower, on 

Sufpicion ofHigh Treafon. — — - 19*461 
Lift of, tor the Year 1652. — - — 20; 78, 9 

"i 6 53-„ r~- — 20 l'°3. ♦ 



9 to n 
12, 13 

83 to 87 



I°fi33.4.5 
19 251, 3. 



10 357 
»9j4i8. 



Their Difcharge by Gen. Cromwell. ■ 

New one appointed. — 

Their Rcfolution, concerning the Government 

of the Commonwealth. — — 

Lift of, ele&ed by Cromwell's (irft Parlhi.>enr. 

(-> elected for the Ytar 1654. — — 

— appointed by the Parliament, Gonfiftinn 
of fecluded Members, — — 

Their feveial Characters ludicroufly defcribed, - 
O3 



20 j'37 
20:147 

20; JCI, 

,.;i§ 3 
20:232 

31J408, 
21 1 408, 



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214 I N D E X to the 

Vol. Peg,. 
COUNCIL of State, their Remonftrance, con- 
cerning the Want of Money, £tf«. 
Liftof, elected in 1659. — 

Their Abjuration Oath. — 

— Order for deftroying the Gates of the 
City of London,and the Portcullices thereof. : 
■ for feizing fome of the principal Citi- 

zens. — -— — 

New one elected by the Parliament, Lift of. - 
Their Proceedings with Genera! Lambert, con- 
cerning Security for his good Behaviour. - 
1 Order for his Commitment. ■; 

Authority, how augmented. — 

Charges on the Revenue, 

COUNCIL of War, their Letter, fetting forth 
the diltrefled Condition of the Earl of Ef 

fex's Army. - 

Their Advice to Sir Thomas Fairfax, their Ge- 

■■ Heads of a Petition to the Commons for 

fundry Regulations. — ■ 

How complimented by the Speaker on that Oc- 

COUNCIL to Gen. Cromwell, on his taking up- 
on him the Proteuorace, Lift of. — 

COUNTIES, in England and IVuUs, weekly af- 
I'cffed by the Parliament, and how, — 

COURTNEY, William, Bijbop of London, ap- 
pointed one of the Committee to confer 
with the Commons about the Grant of a 
Subfidy to King Edward III. — — 
Appointed to confer with the Commons on the 

Dtfpatch of Bufiriefj in .1377. 

— — ^— one of the Standing Council to King 
Riebardil. during his Minority, 



Made Archbiftiap of Canterbury and Lord- Chan- 
cellor. . 

His Speech at opening the Seffion of Parliament 

One of the Comniiflioners appointed to examine 
the Government of the King's Pcribn 
Court. i — 



428 
36 
37 

9' 

9 J 

■37 

'52. 3 
■53 
■56 
292(0295 



347. 5. 9 
3851.389 



247 
353. 4. 5 



■,338 
■| 341 
■[363 
1 363 



■ '365-6 
COURT- 



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Parliamentary Hiftory of England*. 

Vol, 
COURTNEY, William, Bifiup of Union, one 
of the Co mmiffi oners appointed to regulate 

the Affairs of the Nation. 

Hi* Proteftation againft the Papal Power. — 
COURTNEY, Hugb, created Earl of Devm/bire. 
COURTNEY, Edward, created Earl of Devon 

by King Utnry VII. — 

COURTNEY, Thomas, Marquis of Exeter, at- 
tainted of High Treafon. — — 

Charge againft him. ■ 

His Execution. ■■- ■ - — — 

COURTNEY, Gertrude, Marcbimefi of Exeter, 

attainted of High Treafon. — — 

Charge againft her. 

Her Execution. 

Remarks thereon. 

COURTS, Ecdefiaftical, Debate about them by 

the Commoni. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Their Abufe rellrained by an Aft. 

COURT-MARTIAL, when firft erefted for the 

Trial of Land Officers and Soldiers. — 13 
■ of Sea Officers and Mariners. — 13 

COWEL, Dr. a Civilian, publitbes a Boole, in 
order to advance the Royal Prerogative. 
Complained of by the Commons for it. 
His Syilem,. Particulars of. — — 

Screened by King fames I. from a Profecution 
intended by the Commons. — 
COWPER, Mr. his Account of Queen Mary's 
Poverty, and her Method to relieve it. - 
CRANMER, Thomas, Jrcbbijbop sf Canterbury, 
cites Queen Catherine to appear before him 
at Dunfiabli. — — — 

His Sentence againft her. — — — 

— Oppofition to the fix terrible Articles of Re- 
One of the Committee appointed to draw up a 
Syftcm of Chriftianity. 






402 

+51 
224 



141 
141 
14* 

■4* 
142 
•42 
■43. 4 , 

3731.378 
'5* 

270 
414 

221 

221 
224 



- to examine 



tlie-Qucen, touching the Charge againft 

her. — — — — 3 178, o 

CRAN. 



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— *-. — i — by the Lords, 

— Petition to the Lords, for Allowance of Wit- 

ntfiet and Counfel. *— . ■*- 

— > • — ! — - — — ■ for Copies of Dcpofi- 



2 i6 INDEX to the 

Vol. 

CRANMER, Tbtmas, Arcbbijbep if Canterbury, 

one of the Committee appointed to confer 

with the Commons, on the King's afl'uming 

the Title of King of Inland. ...... 

One of the Committee appointed to examine a 
Bill for aholifhing Herefies. — 

His Diffentio a Bill for dtflblving Chaun tries, 

One of the Committee appointed to confider of 
a Bill for repealing certain Statutes relating 
to Treafon. — — - — 

His Imprisonment. — — — 

— Deprivation and Death. — — 
CRANFIELD, Liiml, Efq; created Baron Cran- 

fiild, Anita 1621. — • — 

Made Lord-Treafurer. — — — 

' Prefles the Parliament for a fpeedy Supply. — 

Returned in Parliament, Anna 1623, Earl of 

MiddUfix. 

CRANFIELD, Limtl, Earl of MiddUfix, his 
Conduct called in Queftion. — . — 

His Complaint to the Lords of a Plot againft him. 

Required to name the, Parties. — — 

Acquits the Houfe of Lords from any Imputation 
on this Account. — — 

Defires to be heard by his Counfel, in the Houfe 
of Commons, touching the Accufation 
againft him. — *— — 

His Condud, with regard to the Store for Muni- 
tions, fit. reported to the Houfe of Com* 
mons. — — — 

— Charge againft htm, exhibited by the Com 



Pert. 



■— * ■ — — ■ . for further Time to 

anfwer in. ■ ■ - 

-*•- Letter to King James, for this Purpofe. 
Additional Article! to the Charge againft bun. i *6| 165,' 6 

CRAN- 



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Tarltamentary Bifiory of England. 

Vol. 
CRANFIELD, Lionel, Earl of MiddUfix, his 

further Petition to the Lords. 

His Anfwcr to the firft Part of the Charge. — 
— ■ - ■— — to the additional Articles alledged 
againft him. — _ 

Complained of by the Merchants. — — 
His Petition to the Lords for Copies of the De- 
molitions againft him. — — 
Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Lords. — 
Charge againft him, as Mafter of (he Wardrobe. 
His Anfwer as to this Particul; 



"7 



further Requefts to the Lords. — — 
Charge agairift him in Matters of Bribery. — 

Hu Anfwer to this Charge, ' _ 

Depofitions in his Favour. — — 

Hi» further Defence. — _ 

— Proteftation, as to his Innocency in the Af- 

fair of Bribery, . ___ 

Charge againft him on the Leafe of Sugars. — 

His Defence in this Point. — 

Charge againft him, touching Groceries. 

His Anfwer, with fame Depofitions on bis Be 

half in this Matter. — — 

Charge againft him, on Account of Sir Rottr 

Dotlifin'* Lands. _ 

His Anfwer thereto. — . 

— Petition to the Lords, to refpite his further 

Examination by reafon of Sicknefs. — 
Vifited by a Committee of Lords. — 

His Complaint to them. 

Brought again to the Bar. — - _. 

^ ar ge againft him, concerning Munitions. — 
His Defence againft this Article. — — 
Charge againft him, with relation to the Court 

of Wards. 

His Anfwer thereto. — — ■ 

' — general Defence againft the whole Charge. 

— Sentence and Condemnation. — — 

— Advancement and Fall, fome Account of. 
■— Epitaph on his Monument. — — ■ 



166, 7 
167 f« 185 

r8efti87 
188, 9 

190 
195, 6 
196ft 213 

2 n. 14. IS 

216 

217/9243 
243. 4 

o 244/9250 

6,250 

6 255 

o 256 ft 260 

6 261 

6 262,3,4., e 

I * s 

6 265, 6, 7 



2671.374 
2 74. 5 

2 'S 
278,9 

279 

279 

200, 1, a 

28j, .6 

287 /flag* 
293. 4 
297, 8, 9 
308 

309. "O 
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2l8 



I N D. E X to 



CRANFIELD, Jamts, Earl of Mddhfix, im- 
peached by the Commons of High Treafon. 
Difchargcd from Rcftraint, and rdfored to his 
Seat in Parliament again. — — 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiujon- 
ci's to prefent their Votes to the King,' 
for a perfoml Treaty with him in the IJle of 

Wight. - 

His Narrative of what palled between the King 

and the CommUEoncrs on that Occafion. 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiflioners, 

to treat with the King about z Peace. — 

CRANFORD, Mr. his Fine and Sentence by 

the Commons, for afperfing fome of their 

Members. ■■ ■■ 

CRAWFORD, Earl of. See Lindsay. 

CRAWLEY, Sir Francis, one of the Judges of 

the Court of Common-Pleas, Information 

againft him by the Commons* — — 

Gives Bail for 10,000/. to abide the Centum 

of Parliament. 

Impeachment againft him, on Account of Ship- 
Prohibited from going the Summer Circuit in 

CREATION of Henry Prince of Wales, eUcfl 

Son of King Jamts I. Form of. 

CRESKELD, ", Eft; his Speech on the Li- 
berty of the Subject — -. — 
CRESWELL, Mr, Serjeant, appointed bv the 
Parliament one of the Juftices of the Court 

of Common- Pleas. — 

CRESSY taken by King Edward JU. in 1347. 
CREWE, Sir Randolph, elecled Speaker for the 

Commons, Anno 1614. — — 

CREW, Sir Thomas, oppofes the Meafures of 
King fames I. — ■ 

Preferred, and fent into Ireland out of the Way. 
Elected Speaker for the Commons in 1623. — 
His Speech to the King on this Occafion. — 
... ,, : at the Clofe of this Seffion 



the 

Vol. 

16 

*7 

17 
»7 

17 



3'7 

220 



436 



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Parliamentary Hi/iory of Englanp. 

n 

CREW, Sir Thomas, elected Speaker for the 
Commons in 1625. — ■ ■■ 

His Speech to King Charles I. — — 

CREW, Mr. committed to the Tower. — 
CREWE, John, Efq, appointed one of the Parlia- 
ment's Commiffionera to treat with the 
King in the J fit of Wight, about a National 

Peace. 

CROFT, Sir Arthur, his Speech againft the Dulce 

of Buckingham. — ■ 

CROMWELL, Hitman Secretary to Cardinal 

Woljty, clears his Mailer from the Charge 

of Treafon alledged againft him. 

Taken into the Favour of King Henry VIII. - 

His mean Original. ■ — — — 

Appointed Matter of the Jewel-Houfe. - ■■■ 
Created Baron of Oakham. — — — 

Earl of EJfex. — 

Made Lord Great- Chamberlain. — — 

— Vicar-General over the Spiritualities. *— 

■ — ■ — Prime Minifter. 

His Propofal to the King for fuppreffing the 

larger Abbies. — — 

— Anifices to gain the Coiifent of the Abbots. 

— Prornifes to the Nobility and Gentry, to in- 

duce their Approbation. ■ — ■ 

— High Rank and Precedence in Parliament. 

— Speech for fettling Matters of Religion, — 
Attainted of High Trcafon. — ' 
His Imprifonment and Execution. 
Remarks thereon, wjth the principal Crimes laid 

to his Charge. ■ ■ 

CROMWELL, Oliver* Efq; his Speech in the 

Houfe of Commons, concerning Pardons 

granted by King Charles I. — — ■■ 
Elected Member of Parliament for the Town of 

Cambridge. - 

His Power and Authority there. Account of. — 

Seizes upon the Magazine in the CallJe. 

Prevents the Univerfity from carrying off their 

Plate to the King. — — 

Made a Colonel in the Parliament's Army. — 



219 

el. Page. 

6|348»9 



436 



■34 

'34 
■34 
■34 
■34 
■34 
■34 

■34 
■35 



■45. 6 

, ,s 3' '57 
3; 158, 9,6a 



'J 3 ' 
163 



163 



289 



388 
388 



388 
248 

CROM. 



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2'2o INDEX to the 

V*l. Pagt. 
CROMWELL, Oliver, Efq; his Power in the 
County of Cambridge. — — ■ 

His Character as a Soldier differently treated, 

and on what Occafion. ■ — 13 
— Charge againft the Earl of Manchtfttr. — 13 
Accufed of Dtfobedience to the Earl's Orders. - 13 
His future great Fortune, Foundation of. - 13 
— - Speech on the fad Condition of the King- 
dom. ■ 

- in Favour of the Self- denying Or- 



dinance. 

— great Afcendency in the Houfe of Commons. 

Account of. ■ — 

— ambitious View in procuring Sir Themat Fair- 

fax to be nominated Chief Commander in 
the Parliament's Army. 

— extreme Hatred of the Nobility and Houfe 

of Peers, Account of. — — ■ 

— Letter, giving an Account of his Succefs in 

Oxfordfiire. 

— dextrous Management in keeping his Com- 

mand in the Army, notwithstanding the 
Self-denying Ordinance. ■ ■ 

Power in the Army, fome Account of. — 

— - Stay there, farther prolonged by the Par- J 
liament. J 

Settlement of Efrates upon him by the Parlia- 
ment, and of what annual Value, Account 

His Artifice to fet the Army againft the Parlia- 
ment. — . — 

— remarkable Diflimulation in the Houfe of 

Commons, concerning the mutinous Pro- 
ceedings of the Army. — — 
Difcovers a Defign for feizing him, &c. — 
Makes his Efcape to the Army. — — 
His Letter to the Houfe of Commons, by Way 

of Excufe. — 

— - Speech on a Debate, concerning the King's 
Anfwer to the Parliament's new Propofi- 
tions of Peace. — — . 



248 

*44 
301, 
30a 
302 



37 6 » 7 
381. a 

383 

403 
428 
459. 60 

469, 70 



'3 47* 
»3|5<=9 
4 "7. 



362, 3, 4 
364 

364 

364. S 



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CROMWELL, Oliver, Efy; his Services to the 

Parliament, how rewarded. ■— 17 

Fights the Seels Army in Lancajbir*. 17 

His complete Victory, Particulars of. — 17 

Parities the Remainder of the Scots Army into the 

North. 1 17 481 

His Letter, concerning his Refolution to inarch 

into Scot/and. 17 48l«484 

— Summons to the Governor of Berwick. — 17 485 

— Letter to the Committee of Eftates of Scat- 

land, demanding the Reflitution of Ber- 

vj'ick and CarUfle to the Parliament. — J 7 486, 7 

■ ' to the Earl of Loudon, giving Notice 

of his Advance into Scotland. — — 1 7 492, 3, 4 

— Conduct in this Expedition, how approved 

by the Parliament. — 17 494, 5 

— Letter, concerning his Proceedings in Scot- 

land, and of the Surrender of Berwick and 

CarlijU. 18 25 u 28 

— Reception at Edinburgh, Account of. — 18 69, 70 
< — - Paper dcliver'd to the Committee of Eftates, 

concerning the Sects Malignants. — 18 70, 1, 2 

— Projects for fruit rating the Treaty with the 

King in the Ifie of JVight. — —18 159,60 
Appointed to go into Ireland as Chief Commander 

there. -■ ■ — 19 96 

Tcflimony of the City of London's Affection to 

him. ______ - 19 130 

Appointed Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. 19 136 

His Letters to the Houfe of Commons, on taking 

of Drogheda. 1 9 20 1 to 209 

■ — Cruelties exercifed there, Remarks upon. - 19 209 

Takes Wexford. — ■ 19 217 

His Account of the Surrender of the Town of 

Rofs. 19 224, 5, 6 

■ — Letter, fetting forth his further Succefs 

againft the Irijh. — 19 235(0240 

Returns to London. 19 263 

Appointed to fucceed Lord Fairfax as Chief 

Commander of all the Engti/h Forces. — 19 284 

Marches with an Army to Scotland. • 19 298 

His Proceedings on bis Arrival there, Account of. 1 9 3 1 7 to 320 

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Vtt. Pag*. 
CROMWELL, Oliver, Ufa his Letter to the' 

Genera) Afleinbly ol the Kirk. — — — j 19 
His farther Account of his Proceedings in Sett 



land. 



—• Anfwer to a Letter from General Ltjley, and | 
to 1 Declaration from the Commiflioncrs of j 
the General Affembly of the Kirk, con- 
cerning the State of the Quarrel. '19 

^— Letter, relating to the Condition of his Army' 

— Account of a great Victory gained over the 

Scots near Dunbar. — — 19 

Takes Lehb and Edinburgh, . 

His Letter to the Governor of Edinburgh Caftle, 

concerning the Sects Miniftcrs there. — 

— fecond Letter, to the fame Pujpofe. ■ 

— Queries to the Governor. — — 

— Progrefs in Scotland, further Account of. — 19 

— Letter to the Committee of Eftates, requi- 

ring them to quit all Connections with! 
Prince Char Its. — 1 iq 

— Relation" of the State of Affairs in Scotland. 

— Account of the Surrender of Edinburgh Caftle 
■ ' ' of the Scots Intention to invade Eng - 

land, under [lie Command of Prince Charles. 

— Letter, onoccafionof a Kit ofSicknefs which 



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— Advice of a Victory over ihe Scots m Fife. 

— Account of the State of the two Armies. - 

— Letter, on occafion of the March of the Scots 

into England. — ■ 

— Purfuit of them, Come Account of. — 
Arrival before Worceper. — 

— Strength and tjifpofition of his Forces. — 

— Account of a great Victory obtained over the 

Scott Army at IVercefter. ■*— 

How complimented thereupon, on his Return to 

London. ■ ■ 

His Services to the Commonwealth, how reward- 
ed by the Commons. — — 20 

— Prifoners taken at Jytrcefler^ Number and 

Quality of, 20 

— - Great Power, State of. — J20 



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CROMWELL, Oliver, Efq; his Conference with 

Mr. IVhitltcit, and others, touching the 

Settlement of the Nation, — . — SO 8o, I, 2 
Appointed one of the Commiffianers to fettle the 

Government of Ireland. — — — - 20 91 

His Dialogue with Mr. fVhithcie, concerning a 

Defign to take the Crown of England upon 

himfelf. — ■ ■■ 30 104/0 112 

Drflblves the Houfe- of Commons. — — 20 129 

His forcible Manner thereof, how related. — 20 130/SI37 
Difmiffes the Council of State. — — 20 137 

Haw anfwered by Serjeant Brad/haw, on that 

Occafion. — — — 20 137 

His Declaration of die Reafons for diflbJving the 

Houfe of Commons by Force. ■ 20 137*0143 

How complimented on that Occafion by the 

Churches. — — — 20 144, 5 

by the Army in Scotland. 20 145,6,7 
His Council of State. — 20 147 

— Order for continuing the Monthly AflefT- 

ment of 120,000/. 20 14S 

— Appointment of Judges for North and South 

•Wtlts. 20 148 

— Declaration for aThanldgmng, orv Account 

of a Victory orer the Dutch Fleet. 20 148,9,50 

— Resolution for calling a new Parliament to 
manage the Public Affairs. ■ 20 151 

— Summons for that Purpofe. — — 20 151, 2 

— Speech to them at Whitehall. 20 I53'«I75! 

Delegates to them the fupreme Authority of the 

Nation. ■ • - ■ — 20 175, 6 

His Artifice, in procuring the Parliament to fur- 
render back their Power to him, by a Wri- 
ting under their Hands. -,. — ,— ao 239, 40 

Declared Lord-Protector of England, Scotland, 

and Ireland. — • • ■■ ■- 20 247 

See Prothctor. 
CROMWELL, Richard, his Preferments, Parti- 
culars of. ■ ' 21 162 

His AcceiTion to the Protectorate. .1 21 223 

— Title thereto, Debate thereon. — — 21 281^290 
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CROMWELL, Major, Henry, his Letter, giving 
an Account of his being Tent to the Ifle ef 
Wight, with Orders from the Parliament 
to Col. Hammond not to leave that Place. 
Appointed Lord- Lieutenant of Ireland, by the 
Protector his Father. — — 

CROMWELL, Henry, appointed Lord-Lieute- 
nant of Ireland. ■ ■ — 

CROOKE, Mr. Jujltce, ef the King's Seneb, his 
Opinion in the Cafe of Sir John Elliot, 
Mr. Holla, and Mr. Valentine, Members 
of the Houfe of Commons. — — 

CROOKE, Jebn, Efq; Ricordir of Union, cho- 

fen Speaker for the Commons in 1601. - 

His Speech to Queen Elizabeth on that Occafion. 

— — Reply to the Lord-Keeper's Anfwer. — 

— Report to the Houfe, touching the Suppref- 

fion of Monopolies. — - — 

*■— Addrejs of Thanks to the Queen, in the 

Name of the Commons. — ^ — 

— Speech at the Clofe of this Seflion. — 4 
CROSS-BOW, Ufe ef, when reftrain'd by an Ad. 3 
CROWN, how entailed by an A& of Settlement 

CROWN-LANDS, appointed by the Houfe of 

Commons to be fold, and in what Manner, 19 155, 6 
CRUCIFIXES, Refolution of the Commons con- 
cerning them. — ■■' ■■ — 9 489 

. of the Peers. — 9 491 

CUMBERLAND, Earl of. See Clifford. 
CUNNINGHAM, Sir David, taken Prifoner in 
his Flight from the Battle of Werajler in 

1651. - 

CURLE, Walter, Bijbtp ef Winchefter* impeached 
by the Commons, for aflifting to make 
fome new Canons. — ■ ■ 9 468 

Gives in a Plea. ' - — 10 41 

His Refolution concerning it, — — 10 94 

— Danger from the Populace, Account of. - to 134, 

— Anfwer, concerning the Protestation of the 

twelve, Bifhops. — 10 145 

- — Depofition at the Trial of thefe Gentlemen. 10 304, 5 

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CURSING and SWEARING, Debate thereon by 

the Commons. — ' - 

CUSTOMS, Pajmnt of y when firlt eftablifhed. 
CUSTOMERS, their Warrant from King CbarUt 
the Firft to feize Merchants Goods for 
Tonnage, where refuted to be paid. — 



D ACRES, Lord, one of the Peers who rejected 
an Ordinance of the Commons for the Trial 
oF King CbarUt I. ■■ ■- ■ " ■ ■■ ■ 

DALLISON, Sir Thomas, his Petition to the 
Houfe of Lords againft the Lord-Treafurer 

MiidUftx. 

DALTON, , Eft; his Speech, on a Mo- 
tion to reform Eeclcfiaftical Courts. — 
DANIEL, Mr. his Character of Pierce Gavifion, 
Earl of Carrmratt. . — 

HU Account of the Marquis of Suffolk's Speech 
to the Lords, touching his Services to the 
King and State. .— ■■ ■ ■■-■ 

■ of the bafe Practices againft Hum- 
phry Duke of Gloucefttr. — — 
- of the Duke of York's Schemes for 



obtaining the Crown. 

- of his Title thereto. 



DANNET, , Eft; fats Complaint to the 

Commons agsinit Pirates front Dunkirk. 

DARCY, Lord Thomas, created Vifcount Celtht- 
fttr y Anna 1621.* — 

DARE WOOD, Sir John, chofen Speaker for the 
Commons in 1399. — — 

DARTMOUTH, Town »/, taken by Sir Thomai 
Fairfax. — — — 

DAVENANT, William, Efyy fufpecled of being 

concerned in a Plot againft the Parliament. 

Order of the Peers againft him on that Account. 

DAVENANT, John, Bijbop ofSalifiury, his De- 
polition at the Trial of the Twelve im- 
peached Bifliops. ' ■■■ — 
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DAVENPORT, SfrHmMbrtfi L*rd Cbttf B*rm 

tftbt E xc htptt r , Information againft him 

. b* the Common*. — — ••** 

His Bail to abide the Judgment of Parliament. 

Impeachment agairrft him, and for what. ~* 

ftoWbkerffromgoingtheSaiititiet Circuit in 164. i 

DAVERIL, %hn t concerned in the Murder of 

King Edward II. ■*■ — 

Reward offered by Parliament to tite him. — 

DAVID, King ifSatkkd, taken Prifoner b y Qpeen 

Pbilippa, at the Battle of Btrrbant, fit 1 360. 

DAVID, Brother n> biwt1lyn\ Print* ef Waif*, 

taken Plrfowr by King Edward t. — 

His Sentence. ■■■■ ■■ » ■ 

Manner bf hit Execution, firft Inftance oft — 

DAWBENEY, ft> <?>'*», created Lord Dateh*- 

nrj by Kthg Mhr* VII. — — 

DAWES* Abraham, his Oepofition againft the 

Lotd-Treafurcr Middttft*, for Bribery. 

His Anfd/er to the Commons, about fefeing Mr. 

Ratttt't Goods for Tonnage. m ' ■■" 

DAY, 7«Ja, £fa ehofttt Speaker to the Com- 

■tona, Jftn» 1449- — — — 

DEAN, Oal. &kb*r8 t appointed one of rtJeCo* - 

BVsrtdert trfthe Fleet, mfteadtrf the E«1 of 

fVertoie*. m- -«- » ■"- 

DEANE, Mdj»r-Gi*t#ait appointed one of the 
CoAmU&rMfa tor the G*ve Manet* of C «flt- 

Awtf. —- _ * 

DEANE, ^ft/wire/ Richard, fcirlcd in an Engage- 
ment with the Dutch Fleet. — - -*> 
Refpecl fhewn to his Memory by General Grm- 

wtil, Account of. — 1 — ■ 

DEANS, Lift vf, fined by the Commons for their 
Proceedings in the Convocation, 1641. 
Thetr Fines, Particulars of. — * 

DEANS wnd CHAPTERS, Debate about tfaern 
by the Commons, 
Resolutions for abolifhing them. — « — — 
Tbetf Rcvenon ordered to be tMpped from thofru 
•■u— Maintenance, bow provided for. — — 



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DEBATE. See CommoBs, Parliamhbt. 
DEBT of Queen Elizebitb at the Time of her 

Deceafc. — *- 

National, in 1641, Amount of. 
Due to the Englifo and fttttt Anniei bt 1641. — 
National, in Dttember, 1641, — 

•** — : State of, in 7»*c, 1659. — 

Of the Army snd Navy, In 1660. i — 

DECLARATION, of the Gmm»ni t concerning 

National Grievances. — — — 

To anlft King Jama I. in the Recovery of the 

Palatintti. 
Againft Dr. Manmaring. 
CoOCflrning their Reqaeft to the Peers* for the 
Removal of Col. Lwufettt from the Com- 
mand of the Tower. — . ■ ,.*. 
Concerning the King's going to their Houfe, and 
demanding five of their Members. - — 
For putting the Nation into a State of Defence. 
Concerning a Breach of Privilege. ■■;..-..■■ 
Concerning public Grievances, with their Remo- 
ter Peace. *w — ■ n r -■ 
For fupporting the Peerage. — ^ — 
In AnftVer to feme Papers of the Scots Commif- 
_ ftonera, concerning Propctkiom for Peace. 
Setting forth their Reaibns for making no further 

Addrefa to the King.- 

For maintaining the F un d am ental Laws of the 

Nation. ■■ — ..-- ■ 

On occafion of two Letters from the Scitt Corfl- 

ntiffionerB, touching the Proceedings againft 

the lite King. — t_ 

In Anfwer to a Remonftrance of die Scots, on the 

fame Occafion . - ■ ■ . . 

Setting forth their Rcafonsfc* eftablifhing aCom- 
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DECLARATION, o//A*C»»i»w»/,onoccafioh(rf 

( . the Murder of Dr. Dcrijlaui, theif Agent 

at the Hague. — 

Setting forth their Endeavours for removing all 
Differences between them and the Parlia- 
ment of Scotland. — —■■ ■— 

In -Vindication of their Proceedings. ■ 

On Account of their taking Drpgheia. • • 

Setting forth the J Office and Necefiity offending 
an Army into Scotland. — ■ 

On Account of a Viclory gained over the Iri/b. 

In Anfwer to a Declaration of King Charles II. 
publiflied in Scotland. — — — 

.flaking it High Treafon to hold Correspondence 
with the King. j% 

Of the Peers, to-clear themlclvcs from any De 
fign to reftrain the juft Prerogative of the 
Crown. — — ' ' ■ — 

- '- ' at Yerky difavowing any Intention 

in the King to raife War againu the Par- 



at Weftminfttry concerning their 
Loyalty to the King. — — — 

'— — — — at Oxford* touching their Proceed- 
ings, in order to procure a Treaty with the 
Parliament for Peace. — — 

Concerning- their Endeavours for Peace, and 
their Reafons for enforcing their Abfence 
from Wefiminfter. 

Of King Charles I. touching the Caufes which 
moved him to diflblve the Parliament in 
!628. — — — 

— - . ■ ■ ■ in 1640. 

In Anfwer to a Rem on (trance of the Commons, 
on the State of the Nation. — " — 

For poftponing the Proceedings againft the Five 
accufed Members of the Houfe of Corn- 
To the Clergy, Freeholders, fcfr. aflembled near 
Tori- — — — 

To his Privy Council at York. — — 



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DECLARATION, efKmg Charles I. to the Peers 

at York, difavowing any Intention to raife 

War againft the Parliament. — — 

To the fame Purpofe. ■. — — — 

In Anfwer to the Parliament's feveral Ordinances 

for aliening Non-contributors to their Ar- 

To the whole Nation, upon his Succcfs in the 
North-Weft. — — — 

Difavowing any Defign in him to levy War 
againft the Parliament. — — 

On occafion of the Parliament's Votes againft 
any further Addrefs to him. — ■ — 

When carried away from Newport, in the lflt 
af Wights by the Army. — : 

Of King Charles II. Jetting forth his Right to the 
Crown of England. — — ■■ - ■■■ 

With the Anfwer of the Commons thereto. — 

For composing the Diftra&ions. of the Nation. 

Of the Parliament, fetting forth the Caufes of 
their Fears and Jealoufies. . 

Concerning the Town of Hull, — — 

Concerning the King's going to view the Maga- 
zine there. ■ 

In Anfwer to the King's Refufal to pafs the Mi- 
litia Bill. — - 

to his MelTages touching Sir John 

Hotham. — — — 

Againft the King's requiring the Attendance of 
his Subjects, and their taking up Arms by 
his Command. — — 

In Anfwer to the King's Proclamation againft 
their Ordinance for railing the Militia. — 

Againft the Proceedings of the King's Counci- 
lors at Yeri. — — — — 

Concerning the Owners of Lands near Hull. • 

Againft the King's compelling his Subjects to 
attend him. — — 

Setting forth their Reafons for taking up Arms. 

Concerning fbme Advice from the North. 



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DECLARATION, tftht Ptrtiamtrnt, againft an 
Agreement between the Earl of Cumber- 
land and Lord Fairfax, concerning a Neu- 
trality in the County of Tart. — — 

Setting forth the King's Conduct, and requiring 
all Train'd Band* to be in Rtaduuf*. 

Far providing for their Defence. — — 

For calling in the Setts to their AffifHnce. — 

Againft the King's executing fome of their Offi- 
cers taken at Brwu/trd. — — 

Againft a Deflation with the Irtjb Rebels. — 

Li Oppofition to that of the Lords and Commons 
at Oxford* of their Proceedings touching a 
Treaty of Peace. — — — 

Concerning the King's Proclamation for the bet- 
ter Maintenance of his Garrifbn at Qxfwd. 

In Favour of the Earls of BJtx t Manthifttr, and 
Dmkigh, who refigned their Conununons 
in the Army. — — 

For paying to the Suit 200,000 L out of the Sale 
of Brfbeps' Lands, — — ■ — — 

Againft a Petition from the Officer* of- the Ar- 
my, concerning Grievance*. — — 

For difbanding the Foot, providing for Wi- 
dows, isc. • ••• ■ ■ 

For repealing a former, againft the Proceeding* 
of the Anny . — ■ 

Againft a Petition and Engagement of the 
Train'd Bands, Apprentices, frV. of* ton- 
<&*, for the King's coming to the City with 
Honour, tf e. — ■ . 

For the King's coming to them with Honour, 
Freedom, and Safety. ■— — — ■ 

For a public Faft. — -■ — ■ " ■ 

Offering an Indemnity to the revolted Seamen. 

Againft a Proteftation of the Members of the 
Home of Commons imprifoned and ieclu- 
ded by the Army. - — — — ■ 

For a Settlement of the State. — — 

Of the focluded Members. — > 



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DECLARATION tf **« PmStjmf* &w> 

jittfr' afp»'«t*4 t" *q*iv* tbt K'wg faun 

tbf S(»*i t agaiaA People coming to be 

to/iched, by hia Majefty- t-i -r- 

0/ tbt Canity of Hmfax4* »P Favour of the 

King. ... I ' -rrr-r n 

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0/ fA* Canmjfaw 0/4Sffi»mt m Tarltjbirti 

againjt the &»& OficefB. <n — !-?- 

0/ Gpitral Ltflffr to redre6 Come Complaints 

againft the oVffi Army before Netvort. 
Of tbt J«f f ^rwr <U A"****"*, profeftng their 

Fidelity to the King. *— ' 

0/ r& *?«ri PorliawifU giving tbrif CJon*e nt for 

removing- the King to t&hUshy. — -*- 
Of tbt Arifj, figftifying their Demand* on the 

Parliament. __— . — f< 

Againft a Kcpoa of a private Treaty between 

the King aui (hem, — — i- l6 

Concwning Tumults. — — -^-. — 16 
Concerning the Ground* and Reafons far their 

Advanea towards £««!»*. i— — 

Againft an iateadW Ordinance of Parliament for 

taking away FrccTQuaHe.r. — -r 
For adhering to the Parliament in their Proceed' 

ingaagau»ft the King, w — 16 

For rupporting the Peerage, — — t — 16 

Relating to their new Plan of Settlement, — — 18 
To fupport the Protector, t- - . 

Inviting the Members of the Long Parliament to 

return to the Exercife of tbpir TruA. — 
0/ tbt Englijb Armj, addrcflsd to the Elea Sainta 

in Sistlaisd, upon their March into that 

Kingdom. ^tt 

To the People of Scaknd in general. 

Of Mr. LmtbeU, fatting forth the Reafons which 

moved him to defcrt his TruG, as Speaker 

of the Houfe of Commons, and to join the 

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Vol. 
DECLARATION if Mr. Dowcet, aga'mft Major 

Rolpb, concerning the King's Life. — I17 

Of the Cmmitttt of the Ejlates of Scotland, Shew- 
ing the Reafons for the Return of their 
Army into England in 1648. —— 

Of the Prince ef Wales, touching his Reafons for 
appearing on board a Fleet in the Downs, 

Of the Commijftoners of tbt General Ajfembij if 
the Kirk tf Scotland, concerning the State 
of the Quarrel between the Englijh and 
Scots in 1650. 

Of Gen. Cromwell, fetting forth the Reafons of 
his diflblving the rfoufe of Commons by 
Force. ■ ■ 

On account of a Victory obtained over the 
Duub Fleet. • 

Of b'ts fi.fl Parliament, inviting the whole Na- 
tion to pray for a Bieffing on their Go- 



For a public Thankfgiving, en account of another 

Victory over ihe : utch. • • — — 

Of the Protett'r, for the Obfervance of a Fall. 
For a Thankfkning, on account of a Peace with 

the Dutch. — — — 

Of hi, frcond Parliament, for a Faft, with the 

Rcaions thereof. ■ -— - 

For a public Kaft. ■ — - . 

Of the Officers nnd Soldiers in the Militia, for 

Support of the Commonwealth. ■ 
Of the Convention Parliament, for keeping the 

DEFECTK 'N of thePailiament'sFleet,Accountoi 

DELINQUENTS, Lilt of, appointed by the 

Pteit. to be proceeded againft capitally. — 

Ordeed to be banifhed the -Kingdom. — — 

Appointed by both Houfes to be excepted from 

Pardon. 

Their Eftates ordered to be fold for the Ufe of 

the Navy. - 

AIIowlu ro compound for them. — 
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DERING, Sir Edward, bis Speech on National 
Grievances. ■■ ■ 

His Speech on Religion. 

Introduces a Bill into the Houfe of Commons, for 

aba] ifLing Bifhops and other Dignitaries. 

His Apology for fo doing. — _ 

— Speech on this Occdion. — 

againft a Remonftraace of the Com- 
mons, on the State of the Nation. ■ 

Proceedings againft him by the Commons, for 

printing his Speeches. 

Taken into Cuftody, and why. — 

Makes his Efcape. - ' ■ 

Articles of Impeachment againft him. — 

Aggravations of his Charge. 

Order of the Peers concerning him. — — 
DESCRIPTION, bttmortus one, of the diflblved 

Junclo in 1653. — ■ 

DESBOROUGH, Opt. Philip, his Information. 

relating to great Disturbances at Exttir. 
DESBOROUGH, Major-General, appointed one 
of the Protector's Council. — — 
His Speech to the Parliament on presenting a Pe- 
tition from the Army. — __ 
Ditcharged from all Military Employment. 
His Speech to the Common Council of Louden, 

againft the Proceedings of Gen. Mtnit. 
Proceedings againft him by the Parliament. I 

DESPENSER, Sir Hu g K fin. admitted into the 

Service of King Edward 11. — — 

League againft him by the Barons, Account of. 

Articles againft him, at the Parliament in 1321. 

Hii Sentence of Banifhment. , , . 

Recalled by the King. — 

His vaft Eftates, Particulars of. — 

— great Lodes fuftained by the confederate Ba- 

Revocatinn of his Sentence, Form of. . 
Created Earl of IVtndefler. — 

flis untimely End. -- - ■ , 



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berlain to King Edvntd II. — n.» t 

Recooiw his Favourite. i -n— > 

Confederacy of the aat w a againtt him, Account 

Articles agaltul him, at the Parliament ia 1321. 

gis Sentence of Bamfhmcnt. nw «n-m 
culled by the King. 
pqes tq Sea, and turn Pirate. 
His Petition to the King again* the Award of 

the fawns for his Mile. -mi 
Revocation of his Sentence, Form of. 
TakM Pnfoner by the Baton*. 
I lis £ tp^tiofl. ... _ 

pE§PENSER, Lfd Tbm*s t one of the five 

{*Cfds called Appellants, in 1 397. — 
Created Earl of GUuctfitr. t* ■»•*•* 

His Potitjon to (he King at Shrtwjbury, •»- 
Procures the Exile and Difheriibn of ha Grand, 

father and Great Grandfather to be re- 

verfed. m » m ■ . i.. ' 

One of the Committee on whom the Authority 

of Parliament was delegated in 1398- «■ 
PE, VgREfX, Rattrt, Bmrl if EffiM, his Speech 

at a Conference with the Commons, en the 

State of die Nation, pw t ■■■■ ■■ 
Made tftrd- Chamberlain of the Houanold to 

King CfwAv I. 
■ ■ "» Captain- General of the King's Forces 

South, of Trent. ■ n-Fi-w -r* 

Appointed, by the Parliament, Lard, lieutenant 

en fhe South cfTr*/*. ™- -r 

Commanded by the King to attend him at York. 
His Difofreditaca in this Particular, Inflance of. 
Appointed G*oa*al of the P-arhament's Purees. - 
HisCommiffien f° r 4kis Purpefc, Form of. —■ 
Proclaimed a Rebel by dee King, run r * — * 
His Speech on this Occafion. — — — --■■■ 
i&ttraerdjnary Vote of the Commons to top 

port him. — ' .1 1 

His (Uily AlWwaacc by the Parliament. — 



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Parfymettfary Bfaty t/ JSngiand. 
FA 

DEVEREUX, R*i,r tt fal 9 f EJt*, his Speech 
and Prateftatitw at the Head of his Army. 

His Letter to the Earl of £>trftt, concerning a 
Petition from the Parliament (a, fhc King, 

^~ Letter to the Committee of Safety about thu 
Afair. — — -~™ 

v- third Letter, to the fame Purpofe. - . ■ " ■ <■ 

— fourth Letter, touching this Pew'ppa. — 
How complimented by both Howes for hit Con 

— rewarded by the Commons. n 

His Succefs before ffintbtfttr., Account of. -r 
•— Letter, concerning the Parliament'* Propo- 
sal for a Cauauon of Ainu. 

— ObjeaioBt to the King'i Articles for a Cef- 

laxion. — ! — ■— 

— Letter, giving u Account of bit Succefs 

againft fame af the King's Forces, — ~ 
Takes the Towb «f Rtading. — — 

His Letter, requeuing the fpeedy Advice of Par- 
liament. —. : . ■■■ n n - —,- t 

— ■ i letting forth tbc bad State of his Ar- 
my, i , . ^_ 

— Expedients for recruiting it. *— -r- 

— Complaint to the Parliament, concerning the 

Want of Supplies. — --- . ■■■.- 

— Propofitions, in Csuiequence thereof. — 

— Letter, giving an Account of railing the 

Siege of Gkuccfitr, and the Condition of 

his Army. — _ — — 

Dtfires Leave to refign his Couuniffion and go 

beyond Sea. r- — 

His Reafona for this Jteoueft. — 

Made exfy in his Command, and how. — — 

Ha Letter to the Speaker of the Houfe of Peers, 

concerning his Army. * — — 

— AnTwer to a Letter from the Committee 

of Safety, about the Removal of his Army 
to m*df,r. i 

— Letter to this Committee, concerning his 

Want of Money. —— . _ 



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236 I N D E X to the 

FtL 

DEVEREUX, Robtrt, Earl of Bfftx, his Letter 
in Favour of the Earl of Bedford, who had 

dcfcrted the King at Oxford. 

His Letter to the Earl of Forth, concerning the 
Lords and Committee there. — - 

— — concerning a 



SafesConduft. 
-*-- Remonftrance to the Peers of the bad State 
of his Army. 

— Speech to the Citizens of London, for a Sup- 

— Anfwer to a Letter from the Parliament, 

touching a Report of the King's going te 
London, ■ ■ 

— • Letter concerning the Prince of Welts. . — 

— ■ ■ ■ of Complaint againft Lord Conway. 

■■--■ in Favour of the Queen of Bohemia. 

— - fecond Letter of Complaint againft Lord 
Conway. • - — — 

!■ ■ ■ giving an Account of the State of Af- 
fairs in the Weft of England. 

. for a Supply of Money to pay his Army. 

— - two Letters, giving an Account of their State. 

— — Anfwer to a Letter from Prince Maurice, re- 
lating to a Treaty for Peace. — 

•— Forces in Cornwall intireJy routed by the 
King. ' — 

Leaves them to fhift for themfelves, and efcapes 

His Unealinefs at Gen. Crnmuiltt Influence in 
the Houfe of Commons. — — 

Abufed in Print, Inftance of. — 

Refigns his Commiflion of Lord-General. - -■■ 
His Declaration on this Occafion. — — 
— Letter to Prince Rupert, concerning fomel 
of the Parliament's Soldiers being executed 
after Quarter given. — ~"*| x 3 

~~ Death, Account of, with the Sentiments of i 

the contemporary Writers thereupon. — 1 15 
Extraordinary Solemnity at his Funeral. — ; 15 



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Parliamentary Hijiory of England. 
TtL 

DEVONSHIRE, State of the King's and Parlia- 
ment'! Forces there in 1642, Account of. 
DEVONSHIRE, Earl if. See Courtney and 

Cavendish, William, 
DEWES, Sir Symends, his Speech, concerning the 
Precedence of the University ni Cambridge 
to that of Oxford. — — 9 

His Speech, touching a Bill for a Poll- Tax. - 9 

in Support of the King's Manifesto 

in Favour of the Eledor Palatine. — 
DICKINSON, Mr. Alitrman cfUri, Knighted 

by the ProtecW, and on what Occafion. 
DIFFERENCE between King Edward II. and 

Inftancc of, between the Lords and Commons. 

Between the Parliament's Generals, EJfex and 
Waller, Account of. — - — 

the twoHoufes, about the Nomination 

of Officers to ferve under Sir Thomas Fair- 
fax, Account of. — — 
DIGBY, John, Earl of Bri/ltl, his Declaration of 
the Sute of Afiuirs abroad. - . — 

His two Letters to King 'Jamtt\. about the 
Spanijb Match and the Palatinate. — 

— other Letters to the King, on the fame Ac- 

counts. - — • 

— Cafe, on his Return from Spain. 

— Anfwer to a Letter from Lord Conway. 
Petitions the Houfe of Lords for his Writ of 

Summons to Parliament. -- ■ 

Receives a Letter from the King, charging him 

with Misbehaviour in Spain. — — 
His fecond Petition to the Lords. — — 

— Anfwer to a Letter from the Lord-Keeper 

Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Lords. 
Charged by the Attorney-General with High 

Treafon. — 

Hii Interruption of Mr. Attorney, in reading the 



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s 3 8 INDEX/* 

DIGBY, John, Bart 0/ Bti/M, Articles ckhftiwd 

againft Wm. ■— ■'• • . a- M-a. 

Hi* Charge againft the Duke of Butting/tarn. -*- 

■ ■ ■ 1 — againft Lord Gtttwoy. 

— Defence. -"-J— 
Allowed Counfel (6 plead hi. Cuffe, and a Copy 

of the King's Charge againft him. ■*■ 
His farther Petition to the Lords. -w •"■ 

— Council, till of. -*-*• --— 
Srought again to the Bar of the Howfe of Lordt. 
Hia Anrwer to the Charge againft bliri. 

— Kequeft to the Lords, touching hie Cafe. *-*■ 

— Speech on this Oceanon. — — — 
*** Petition to the Lords, co ncern ing the Na- 

rare of his Charge. -*-*- *» 

Committed to the Tower, by Order of the 

King. . - - ■ ■• t. i--f . ■ 

His Speech, at a Conference *hh the Commons, 

on the State of the Nation. -*« — 

••** Pfopofal to the Commons for difbandfng the 

Bnglijh and Sttts Annies. — *•- ' 
m» Report to the Lords, concerning the King's 

journey to Settknd, ■*- — - 

-— — i. - .. ■■ •■ ■ ■ - ■ i. theTenPro- 

pdfitions. 



=— theOilband 

mg the Smi Army. ■*- — — 

*_t Examination arid Anfwer, touching a Peti- 
tion from the Courlty of Km. ■*■ — 
Committed to the Tower. ■* — 

His excellent Speech for ah Accontmod jnid n with 
the King. — — — — 

DIGBY, Ltrd Gttrjr, his Speech on National 
Grievances. ■ ■ • '■*■ ■ ' ' " ' 

HU Speech on tHtto. — — — <~ 

■ -i ■ ■ for frequent Parliaments. -** — 
— — — — in favour 6f the Earl of StrtffhrJ. - 
Gives Offence to the Commons by it, and obli- 
ged to 1 explain hirhfrlf. — — 
Hit Ceafure of Col. Gering, touching a Plot 
againft the Parliament. — — 



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15 AMO 
31 U 27 

30, I. * 

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5«. 7 

373. 4 

394.5 

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4*4 

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333 
DIGBY. 



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ParlfcMktary Hi/hty of EngIand* 
Ftt. 

DIGBY, Ltri Gnrg; catted «p to the Hetofc of 

Hit Speech, on the Bill of Attainder againft Lord 

Strafford ignoiftfetonfly treated by die 

Common*, and how. w m*. 

Farther Rcfentmeiit again* him. **- *-* 
H& Accoant of the Printing and PttWiftrihff hah 

Speech. — — -4— 4** 

Speech againft htm by Mr. Ppntnt. — — 
Hii Behaviour on Lord Kimbtkn'i beine chafeed 

with High Tretfon. «- 6 **!— 

Appwre in Arms at Kingjlen upon TbaMet. — ■ 
Cooftplairit againft him on this Gccaflon. - — ^ 
Hii intercepted Letter to the Queen. -«• *4* 
Impeached of High Treafoti. == — 

Artidei againft him, Particulars of. — ■"■• 
Ttken in Difguife, and how, ■ " •■■» j-*. 

Hi* Projea for obtaining the Sirrender of Hull 

to the King. _ a ■ 

Appointed Secretary of State, on the Death of 

Lord Falkland. — — ***** 

Hii Letter, concerning the Motions of the King*! 

Forces. ——. j- -.^-. 

■ a Projea for a treaty b«. 



*J# 



tween the King and rhe City of £«M«i 

— intercepted Letter to Gel. Ltrgt* Gbrefnor 

rfOxflrd. — ^* — 

— Letter to the Earl of Lrvm, relating to ftttfle 

OertBres for a Peace. *— — «- 

Goes into Inland. ** . ■ • 

Commit! the Earl of Glmtrf** to Prifon ihe». 

His Letter* giving an Account of his Realeitt 

for fo doing. ■ " " ■ ■■■.n ■ 

DIGBY, J*bk, Eft; impeached by the Commons 

of High Treafon. »-*■ • — «. 

DIGBY, Sir Kthihn, rtbtms into England fro* 

Haniihrnerre. — = — — -i 

Ordered by the Commom to depart the Elngdoin 

on Pain of Death. •-. -j- 

fflGBY, Gurtt, Earl tf Brijht, his Speech _ 

the Bill o£ Indemnity, in 1660. — — 



Pate. 

339 



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DIGG S , Sir Dudley, oppoici the Mcafirre* of King 

, James L -r- — — 

Preferred, and fent into Inland out of the Way. 
Appointed by the Commons to be one of their 
Managers of the Impeachment againft the 
Duke of Buckingham. '*— — ■ 

His Speech on this Oceafion. — 

—- general Charge againft the Duke. 

- Charged by the Duke with fpeaking treafonable 
^vVords againft King Charlts I. — — 
Cleared from this Afpetiion by fundry Lords. - 
Committed to the Tower by Order of the King. 
Difcharged from his Confinement. — — 
His Proteftation on taking his Seat in the 

Houfe. ■ 

,_ Speechon the King's Propofitions for aSupply 

. on the Liberty of the Subject. 

. for expediting the Subsidies intended 

by the Commons. ■ — — — 

— Reply to » Speech of the Archbifhop of Can- 

terbury, on the Liberty of the Subject. — 

— Speech, on a Meflage from the King, not 

to meddle with State Government nor the 
Minifters thereof. — — 

Made Mailer of the Rolls. — 

DIRECTORY for public Worfbip, when fet- 
tled, and. by whom, — — — 
DIVES, Sir Ltwii s his remarkable Warrant for 
jailing Men, Provifions, &t. in Derfet- 
jbire for King. Charles. I. — — 
Taken Prifoner by the Parliament's Forces, and 
committed to the Tower. — — 
DIVINE SERVICE, Order of the Peers as to 

its Performance. — ■ ■ 

DIVINES, Ajfkwblj «/, meet at Wejlmtftir, in 

order to fettle the Government of the 

Church. ■ ■■■ 

Their Faft on this Oceafion. — — 

i Petition to the Parliament for a National 

Reformation. — ' — 



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IVINZS, 



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Parliamentary Hifttry of England. 

DIVINES, AJfembly ef t their Opinion » to the 
Lawfulnefs of taking the Seats Solemn 
League and Covenant, with regard to 
Confcience. ■ ■ ™ — - ■ — 

Their Petition to the Peers for the Appointment 
of godly Magistrates. — ■ 

Proceedings concerning Religion. — 

— Declaration againft blafphemous Tenets. 

Draw upon themferves the Refentment of the 
Houfe of Commons, and how. ■ 

Voted guilty of a Breach of the Privilege of Par- 
liament. ■■— — - ' ' 

The Matter of Fail, touching this Affair, Nar- 
rative of. ' ■ ■ — ~ 

Kequired to give an Anfwcr to this Narrative. 
- to fundry Queftiona 



Hi 

Page. 



concerning the Jus Divinum of Church- 
Government. - — 

Their Mediation with the Parliament for Peace. 
— extreme Covetoufnefe, Inftance of. — 

DODDERIDGE, Mr. Juflice, »f the King's 
Bench t his Speech to the Lords, touching 
his Conduct in the Proceedings againft the 
Gentlemen imprifbned for refuting the 
Loan. — ii ' ■ i 

D0DD1NGTON, Sir Francis* impeached of 

High Treafon by the Commons. — 

Excepted from Pardon by the Parliament. — 

DONATIONS of Parliament charged on the Ex. 
cife in 1660, Account of. — — 

DOREWOOD, John, Efy; chofen Speaker for 
the Houfe of Common in 1413. 

DORISLAUS, Dr. appointed Agent at the Hague 

to the Houfe of Commons. — — 

AQaffinated there, and on what Account. — 

His Children, how provided for. — — • 

DORMER, Robert, Earl of Carnarvn, deferts 
King Charles I. whom he had joined at 
Oxfird t and returns to the Parliament, - 

DOUGLAS, Archibald, Earl if Angus, marries 
Margaret Sifter to King Henry VIII. and 
Queen Dowager of Scotland. — — 

Q. 



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DOWCET, 



244 IN D E X to the 

Vol. 

DOWCET, Mr. his Declaration 'againA Major 

Ralph, concerning the King's Life. — 

Committed to Cuftody by the Commons, — 

Charge ordered againft him fat accafing Major 

Ralph. . — .... 

DOWNING, Mr. his Relation of the State of 
the Royal Party in Scutland, Anna. 1650. 
His farther Account, touching the Affairs of 

that Kingdom. ■.— ' 

DRAKE, Sir Fronds, memorable Honour done 

him by Queen Elizabeth, Inftance of. - 

DRAKE, Sir Wittiam, his Speech againft evil 

Counfellors. — - 

DRAKE, Mr. Proceedings againft fitffi for wri- 1 
ting a Book, call'd Tht Lang Parliament £ 
revived. ■ ■ — " ■ J 

DRAPER, WHBam, Governor of Oxford, his Let- 
ter to the Council of State, concerning the 
Scots Expedition into England in 1651. — 
DRAYTON, Sir Thetnas, chofen Clerk to the 
Parliament mi 347. -J— — 

DREUX* John, Earl of Richmond, taken Prifo- 
nex by the Scats at the Battle of Bjtand, in 

. Tarkfiire. '-+. 

DROGHEDA; Account of its being taken by Ge- 
neral OrotirwtH, and of the Cruelties by 
him exercifed there. — — 

DRUNKENNESS, Vice of, teheh flrft brooghk 

irito England^ 

How. refrrained by Parliament. — 
DUBLIN, a new College erecHed there, and by 

DUDLEY, Edmund, Efo; defied Speaker for 

the Commons in 1505. - — - 

Attainted of High Treafon, andVcorivWled. — 

His- Execution. ■ ■■ ' — : — - 

DUDLEY, John, Ear! af Warwick, made Lord 

Chamber rain of England. — — 

An Accomplice m ttVe DddrUcTidn of Thomas 

Lord Seymour. — ■ 

Created Duke of #hrtbumb&Iahd. — — 



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Parliamentary Hi/hry of Enguandt. 



DUDLEY, %b* t Earl of Warwick, made Prime 
Mini'rter to K-irig Edward VI. — — 

His Project lor depriving Tuttrfd/, Bifliop of I>nr- 

- — Endeavours to gain Friends in the Parliament 

of J 552. .„ — 

Procures the rich Biflioprick- of Durham to be 

Hit Expectance of further Favours, Account of. 

— Project to render the late Duke of Stmerftt'a 

Miniftry difliked. 

— unbounded Ambition, Inftance of. 

— Execution. — 

DUDLEY, Lord Guilftrd, his Marriage with 

Lady Jane Grey. — — 

Attainted of High T/eafon, and Occafion thereof. 

His Execution. 

DUELS, Ordinance agajnft them, Abftracl of. 
DUKE, who firft bore that Title in England. - 
DUNBAR-, Battle of, between the Enghjb and 

DUNDAS, Cat. Walter, Governor of Edinburgh 

Caille, his Anfwcr to a Letter from Col. 

fVhalley, concerning fome Scots Minifters. 

Hij Anfwer to Gen. Cromwtffs Letter, relating 

to the iame. • ! — 

— '■■■■ ■ to a fecond Letter from Cromwell, 

on the Subject of Religion. '— — 

DUNKIRK, Town of, furrendered to Cromwell. 

DURHAM, Battle •/. — — — 

When made a Palatine County. — — 

Taken bv the Scats, jfnne 1640. ■ — — 

DURHAM, Bijhopriik of, when fuppreffed. — 

Retlored to its priftlne State. — 

DUTCH, rctfuefod by the Parliament' to refufe 

felling Military Stores to King Charles 1. 

Their Sea-fight with the Englijh Fleet in the 

Dawns. —■ • . . . . 

—r— Embafly to the Parliament, for'accom 

dating their Differences on Account of 
Trade. — 

a* 



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258 

^3.. 4 

270 
270 



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3>§4 
3 »S4 

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299 

310, II 
6, 224 



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Vol. 



DUTCH, Victories obtained over their Fleet ? 
by the Emgtijb, Inftance* of. I 

Their Lofles in the laft Engagement, Particular 

Refpetl {hewn to the Memory of their Ad- 
miral Van Trump, killed in the Aition. ■ 
— — reduced State by the War. — — 
Conclude a Peace with England. — — 

Their Medals ftruclc on that Occafion. 

DUTCH Ambajfadert come into England to me- 
diate an Accommodation between King 
Charltt I. and his Parliament. ■ 
Their Addrefs to the Peers for this Purpofe. — 
— — Demand of an Audience of the Parlia- 
ment, Form of. 

Ceremonial of their Admittance to the Peers. — 

. — ..,.. , . to the Commons. 

Their Propofitions to both Houfes. — 

■ ■ Application for an Anfwer, as to the Ac- 

ceptance of their Mediation. — — 
— ■■■— Memorial to the Peers on this Account. - 
— ■- fecond Memorial, to the fame Purpofe, — 

Obtain an Anfwer. — 

Their Rcmonltrance agiSnft it, as unfatisfaflory, 
* -■ Memorial to the Peers, on the Subject of 

Peace. ■ 

^ Speech, at talcing Leave of the Parliament. 

■ ' \ < Application to both Houfes for fparing the 

King's tifc. _ ■ - — 

How anfwered by the Peers, 

by the Commons. — 

Manner of their being admitted to an Audience 

of the Protector. — 

DYER, James, Efq; elected Speaker for the Com- 
mons in 1552. — ■ — ' 



pARL, Sir Walter ; committed to Prifon for 
Jy refuting a Loan to' King Charles I. — — 
Releafed on the Calling a new Parliament. — 



IgUzecsy GOOgk 



Parliamentary Hjftory of England. 245 

Vol. Pap. 
EARL, Sir Walter* his Speech on Grievances con- 1 

cerning Religion. — 8 166, 7, 8 

His Speech againft the two BHhops, Montagu* 

and Laud. - ■ V 279 

againft Popery. — -— — 8 293 

EARLS, Lift ef t fummoned by King Edward III, 
to meet in Parliament at IVtjhninftt 



EATON, College of, when founded, and by whom, 
Saved from Dittblution by the Parliament in 

1546. 1 

EDGE-HILL, Battlt of, between King Cbar/eti 

and his Parliament. — — 

How related at a Meeting of the Citizens of 

London. ■ 

EDINBURGH, its Definition in 1385. 
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Taken by Gen. Cromwell in 1650. 
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EDMONDS; SirTbamas, Trtafurtr oftht Hmtft- 

bold to King Charles I. his Speech to foftei 

a Debate on National Grievances. — 

His Speech to expedite the Bill of Tonnage. — 

— — ' ■ ■ ■ on the Proccfe againft Merchants, for 

refiifing to pay Tonnage. — — 

EDMUNDSBURY, a Convention held there, 

A Parliament held there, in 1296. ■ 

■ , ■- — in 1+47. — ■■ ' 

EDWARD I. his Acceffion to the Throne, Ac- 
count of. ■ ' 1 1 

Calls a Parliament to IViflminfttr, in 1275 — 
His Summons to Ltwellyn, Prince of Walti. — 
Hotranfwered by him. ■ — ,,.. 

Calls another Parliament to Weflminfttr this fame 

Obtains => Grant of a Fifteenth upon the Clergy 

..«i Laity, and on what Account. — 

Declaration thereupon, with refpeft to the 

Clergy. — — . 

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Vtl. Pag,. 
EDWARD I. fumnions a Parliament to /%/?- 1 i 

mui/lcr, in 1276,011 the Affair of Lewel'ljnA II 82 
„ Proclaims War again ft him. — — I 1 1 83 

Wpccs his Parliament at JVijicbeJlfr the fame I 

Year: . — | t 83 

Confirms the Charters of Liberties and Forefts. 1 1 83 

His Order, in Confequence thereof. il 83 

rCalk a Parliament. in 1277. . — —I I 83 

Obtains a Giant from the Laity, and what. — ' 1 I 83 
Calls a Parliament to IVeJlmtnfltr m 1279. — j 1; 8* 
His Pmpofal. to them, touch ing.the Clergy. — , 1 84. 
— -Rsftraint and Demand on Ecdefiaftical ■ 

Judges. — \ 1 85 

— Expedition into ffales, aqd.Conquelt there- ■. 

of, Account of. — — — 1 85 

Summons a Parliament. to Rkuwjbury, in 128a, 

on that Qccafton. — - ■■- — 1 85 

-His Writs, requiring the Attendance of the' 

Commons at this Parliament, Form of. 1 86, 
Calls another Parliament, this fame Yea 

Rotb/and. 1 87 

Unites the Principality of (Vales to his Crown, j I 87 
.Obtains a Subfidy from the Laity and Clergy, : 

and on what Account. — . ■ — ; I 87 

Summons a Parliament to Ailm-^urnell, in; 

- to Wfjlpanfier^va "1285. 



His Expedition into France. — 

Calls a Parliament to London, in 128.8. — I 

His Demand on thisOccafion by the Lord- Trea- 

f uier . ' . - . I 

Summons a Parliament to IVejltninJltr, in 1289, ' 

on his Return, 

His important Reafon for it. — — 

Judges, how fined for Extortion. — ■ — 

Contents to the Biiiifhment of the Jrws. — ■ — 
How gratified by the Parliament on that Account, 
His great Treafure at this Time. — — 
Defi^n to unite the Crown of Scotland to his 

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Vol. Pag,. ■ 
EDWARD I. his Proceedings, in Coa&qucnce of 
his Dcfign to unite the Crown of Scotland 
to hjs own, I 00, 

Pretentions of Right to the Crown of Scotland, i 91 

Makes himfelf Umpire in the Contejfts concern- 
ing it. — —J — I 91 

Summons a Parliaments Norhajn, in 1291* for 

that Purpofe. — 1 91 

His $peeph to the Engtijb and Scott Nobility, 

tqucjiing his Claim. — I 92 

— AxuVer to ibe Rcqueft of the Setts Lords, 

relating to his Demand. — — I 92 

— Title to the Dominion of Scotland, — 1 93 

— Right of deciding the Controversy about 

the Crown, and his being direct Lord 

thereof, acknowledged. — — 1 94. 

Summons a Parliament to Berwick, in 1292. - I 94 
His Motive thereto. ■ — r 94 

Appoints John Baliel, Lord pi Galloway, to be 

King of Scotland. 

His Exception, with regard to himfelf and his 

SucceuoM, touching that Crown. — 1 95 

Advice to the new King.' — ■ — — 1 95 

Receives bis Oath of Fealty and Homage. — 1 95 
His rigid Behaviour to him afterwards, Account 

— Di/trict of Guitnm, feized upon by the 

French King. — 1 97 

Calls, a Parliament to Wtfimixfitr, in 1294, on 

that Occafion. — ■■- 1 gy 

Hk Refolution to recover that Duchy by Force 

of Arms. - 1 98 

How alined therein by Boliol, King of Scotland, t 98 

— ; : by the Barons in Parliament. 1 $8 

Plot a gain ft him by the Scats King. ■ — ■ 

Calls a Parliament to /Fejlmiti/ler, in 1295, on 

that Account. ■ ■ ■ ■ 

How funded with an Aid from the Laity. — 

. . ,. „ ,.■.,_ from the Clergy. — 

Haw fupplied with an Aid from the. Merchants. 
His Demand of the King of Salt, to prevent his 

Dcfi2 ns againft England. — — 



of the Province of fori. 
Hit Injunction to the revolted Lards, and the 
jreft of the Nobility, — 



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Vol. 
EDWARD I. his Expedition into Scotland with 

- his whole Army* — 

His Conqueft of that Kingdom. — — 

Calls a Parliament to Btrwict y in 1296. 

Receives there the Homage and Fealty of all the 

Scott Nobility. 

Appoints a new Miniftry for Scotland, — — 
His further Proceedings there. — — 

— Treatment of Jtfm, late King of Scotland. 
— -11. of the Scots Nobility. — — 
Convenes the Parliament to St. Edmund/bury this 

fame Year. — ■— 

His Motive for fo doing. — •— — 

— Refolution for profecuting the War againft 

Franco. ' 

How afiifted by the Laity to that End. 

Refufed an Aid by the Clergy, and for what 

Reafon. — — ■ ■ ■ 

Puts them out of his Protection, and feizes their 

Lands. — — —■- ■ 

His Reconciliation with them, and by what 

Means. — — — 

— Method of railing a Body of Horfe, to at- 

tend him in his Expedition againft Franco. 
Reftores to the Archbiibop of Cantrrbury his 
Lay-Fees, Goods, WV. taken from him. 
State of his Kingdom at this Time, Account of. 
Calls a Parliament to Salijbury, in 1297. — 
His Exclusion of the Clergy from that Meeting, 
— - Difference with the Barons there, Particu- 
lars of. -— — ___ 
— - Confirmation of the two Great Charters, by 
Way of Com promt fe. — — 
How requited for this Conceffion by the Laity. - 

., ., , — _- , by the Clergy 

of the Province of Canttrbury. — — 
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EDWARD I. conftitutes John Earl of Warm, 
General of bis Forces againft the revolted 
Scats. — — — 

Appoints a Meeting of the Barons at Tori, 

the Occafion thereof. — 

Summons the Scots Lords to appear there. — 

His Truce concluded with Franct. — — 

— - Mcflage to the Earl of Warrtn, concerning 

his March towards Scotland. — 

— Arrival at Berwick. — • 
Removes the Courts of Exchequer and King's 

Bench to Tart. ■ ■■ ■ 

Calls a Parliament to meet there in 1298* 
His fecond Summons to the Scots Lords. 

— Order for muttering his Army. 

— compfeat Victory over the Scots. ■■ 
Retakes the Towns, isV. they had Teheed In his 

Abfence. __ , 

Convenes a Parliament to Lundon in 1299. — 
His Agreement with the Fnneh King, Particu- 
lars of. ' i^— 

Obtains the Confent of his Parliament thereto. 

His Conduct on being pretTed to ratify, in Per- 
son, the Great Charters. — — 

Occalions the Difpleafure of the Lords, and how. 

His Peace again interrupted by the Scots. — 

Summons a Parliament to Tark in 1299. 

Marches his Army into Scotland again. 

Hii Succefs againft the Rebels there. 

Calls a Parliament to Wtjlminfttr in 1300. — 

Renews and confirms the Great Charters. 

Calls a Parliament to Lincoln in 1301. 

Hii Writ for that Purpofe, and the Reafons of 
his Summons, Subftance of. — — 

— Speech to the Parliament by his Secretary 

Brabaxon. ■ ■ ■ ■ -- - -^— 

— ConcefCons to them at that Time, Particu- 

Obtains a Fifteenth from the Laity. 

Denied a Tax from the Clergy, and the Reafbn 
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EDWARD I. his Difplcafurc againfl: fbe J3a- 

roas, Account of. — 

His Speech tb them on that Occafion. — 

Creates his el deft Son Prince of IVqUi and Earl 

pfP4,/«r — 

His JCing^om of Scorfqnd f'^jipet) by Pope Beni- 

fqcfVXti'. 

— Anfper to [f|f PpntjfF's Pemand, Suhftance 

Calls a Parliament to'fVeftminfttr in I3Q5- — 
His primary Cerejntwials in opening this parii 

men;. _ - 

Marnier of diffolyijig it. — ' — 

Apppiqts Jteprefentatives of the Scats to fit in 

the Englijh Parliament. — — 

His JJneafinels on account of con firm ipg the 

two Great Chafers. — — 

Abfolved by the Pope from the Oath he had ta- 

Jcjcn to obferye them. ■ 

His Proceedings agatrift the Confederate Barons, 
for the i rBehaviour during his Abfencc in 

Fhqdm. ' • '"- 

< : — againft dt JVinchelfta t Archbi- 

fhop of Canterbury, on the fame Accognt. 
Calls a Parliament to Carlijli in 1307. — 

His Eefolution conterniug the Scott. — r — 
Banifhes Pitrc* Gavt/fo<i t the Prince's Favourite. 

His R^afqn for fo doit'g. — 

Obliges hjs Son to fwe.ii never to recall )iim- - 
His Pcaliqn allowed tw Gave/Ion on that Condi- 
tion. ■ — 

— Death, Account of. — - — 

EDWARD II. his AcccJTion to the Crown. — 

Rtcallb P'urct Gavtjleu, his' Favourite, from 

Banilhmcnt. — 

His diftinguUhtng Favours to him, Particulars 

Calls a Parliament to Northampton in 1308. 
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Parliament to London the j"aj»p Year, op 
account of his Favourite, — 

Hit Propofal, in order for a Reconciliation. 

Forced to part with Gave/lea, and to banijh him 
from England for ever. — - ■ — 

His Confirmation of that Sentence by Letters 
Patent. . ■ ■ 

Sends him into Inland, and makes him Gover- 
nor there. — — — ■ — 

His Complacence to him in his Journey. — ■ 

Permits the Barons to chute a Committee to go- 
. vera his Affairs. — -- : — 

Calls a Parliament to Stamford in 1309. — 

Prevails upon the Barons to let Gayejhn enjoy 
the Earldom of Cornwall for Life, and 
recalls him again. — - — - 

Summons a Parliament to York in' 1310. — 

His Reafons for recalling Gaveflon. — — 

— Declaration, touching the Obfcryance of the 

Laws of the Realm. — 

— Order for leaning the City of London agajnft 

the di (contented Barons. — 

— farther Declaration to appeafe them. 

— Cummiffioncrs to treat with them, in order 

10 accommodate the Difference, Lift of. 

— Endeavours for a Treaty fruftrated, ai 

how. ' ■ 

Requeued by the Barons to deliver Gaveflon- to 
tbem, or cornmand his quitting the King- 

His various Methods to fave him, Account of. 

Places his Favourite in Scarbrottgh Cattle. — 

Ho* deprived of him there. — — — 

Receives a threatning Menage from the Confe- 
derate Lords. — — ■ — 

Enters into a Treaty, and makes an Agreement 
with them. — — 

Goes with his Queen injo France, and on what 
Occafion. — — . 

Summons a Parliament to Weftminfttr on his 
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How anfwered by them, — 

Receives their Submiffion according to Agree- 
ment, i — - ._ 

Obtains a Subfidy from this Parliament, and what 

His Expedition againft the Scats. 

Gives them Battle at Bannociburn. 

His bad Succefs there, Account of. 

Summons a Council of his Nobility to Turk, on 
occafion of his Defeat. — — 

Calls a Parliament to fftflminfler, to abate the 
exceflive Price of Provifions. 

His Proclamation for fixing the feveral Rates 
thereof. 

— Subfidy obtained from this Parliament, Ac- 
■' count of. ■ i i 

How oppofed in collecting it, and on what Oc- 

■ talion. 

Summons a Parliament to Lincoln in 1315. — 

His Reqtieft for their Advice and Affiftance 

againft the Scots. . 

— Declaration to obferve the Ordinances made 

in his Father's Time. — 

— Aid obtained for carrying on the War with 

Scotland, Particulars of. . , , — 

— - Promife, with refpeel to that Grant. — 
- — Orders concerning the Militia of England. 
How aflifted with an Aid at this Time by the 

Commons. ■ — — 

Hit Kind Menage td Thomas Earl of Lancafl.tr, 
Makes him General over the Forces intended 

for Scotland. ■ - ■ 

Summons a Parliament to Lincoln in 13: 
Revokes his Writs, and the Reafon thereof. — 
Meets his Parliament at York in 1319. — 

Requefted by them to cftablifh a Council, in o 

der to attend him by Turns. — 

His Compliance therewith. — __ 

— Charter of Pardon to Thomas Earl of Lai 

tafltr and his Followers. •— 



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EDWARD II. bis Covenant with the Barons, 
relating to Ordinances. — ■ 

Admits the two Dtfpvifers, Father and Son, in- 
to his Service. ■ ■ 
Makes Hugh, the younger, his Chamberlain and 

Favourite; ■ ■ ■ ■ 

His Aid from the Clergy. — — 

• ■ ■ — from the Commons. ■ ; .■■■■ 

— Banilhment of the two Dtfptnftrs demand- 

ed by the Barons. — — 

— mild Anfwer. 

— Danger from the Barons, Account of. — 
Calls a Parliament to Weflmtnfter in 1321. — 

His Summons difobeycd by the Barons. 

Force put upon him, with regard to the two 

Defpenjen, Account of. — — 

Grants a Charter of Pardon to the Confederate 

Lords. — 1 — 

His Expedition againft Ltdei Cattle in Kent, and 

on what Occasion. — 

— Severity to the Deputy-Governor and Gar- 

rifon there. ■ — — — 

Occafions a Civil War with the Barons on that 

Account. — _ — 

His Succefs againft them at tbe Battle of Be- 

rougbiridge. ■ - 

Summons a Parliament to York in 1322. 
Ills Revocation of the Procefs and Award againft 

the two Defpenfers, Form of. 

— Command for cancelling the Roll where the 

faid Award was entered. — — 

— Treatment of the Followers of the Earls of 

Lancafhr and Hertford. — 
Creates his eldeft Son Prince otlValis and Duke 

of Aquitain. — 

■ Hugh Defptnftr the elder, Earl of Win- 

chtfter. ■ - ■■ — 

Andrew dt Harkeley, Earl of Carlijli 

His Order, touching the Ordinances made by 

the Confederate Barons. — 



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EDWARD II. obtains a large Swbfitty, VoUt 

from flie Clergy afttt Laity. — — 

Summoned to do Homage to the King of P i-unct, 

.and on what Account. — — 

His Territories of Gttiimu and Ca/n/ignj ferxed 

by the Frentb King. ■ 

Calls a Parliament to LWm, in. 1 323, about 

Ail Affair . 

His Enibafly to the King'of Fraxct, to excufe 

. his going there. — — — — 

— Demand of a pecuniary Aid tor the Ra»fom 

if John it Drtitx, Earl of RitBhwid. — 

— * Propoftl reje&cd. — - 

Charge of High Treafen againft Adam it 

Orlttoti, Bifhop of Htriford. — — 
j — Proceedings againft him in Cotrfeuuence 

thereof. 

Permits his Qrreeti and the Prirwe of Waltt to 

go into Franc*. — — --■ 

His fruitlefa Endeavours to bring them back. 

— domeftic Affairs, bad State of. — — 
Treachery and Rebellion of his Queen againft 

him, Account of, _ — 

Seized by her Party, and imptifened In Kenntl- 

W/A Caftle. ^- - 

HisDepfaiitronrefolvedon by a Parliament fum- 

moned by the Queen. — — 

Articles alledged againft him for that Porpofe. 
Meflage to htm by a Committee to induce his 

Resignation of the Crown to his Son. — 
How afft&cd on that Occafiqn. — — 
His Anfwer to the Commiffioners. — — | 
Reflgnation of the Crown, Manner of. — ! 

— inhuman Treatment, and miferable End,| 

Account of. - 

<—- Latin Verfes wrote in his Confinement, 

Specimen ef. — — 

EDWARD lit. elected King in the room of his 

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Vol. Pago. 
EDWARD IIJ. hhWrittbtheSherlftofrM-*- 

Jbire, for proclaiming his Peace. — l *86, 7 

His Guardians appointed by the Parliament, Lift 

— Expedition Sgainfr the Setts. — 
Calls a Parliament to Limoin in 1327. 



- to iPtJlmiafhr Irl J 348. — 

- to fari the fame Yeah — 

= " ' ■ to Nmhamptm in 1318. < — 

His Peace with the Scott; bj the Direflion of the 

Queen" and Mortimer, Articles of; — 

— Chatter-;, giving dp all Claim 1 of Superldriry 

over that Kingdom, AbftraEr. of. — 

Calls a Parliament to Saii/hury In 1328. - * i - 

Cieates his Brother, John of Bittern, Earl of 

Cornwall. — ^^ ■ - — ^-i- 

— 1 Bir Jamtt Suiter, of iriland; Earl of 

Ormoria. ■ 

Rogtf LoTtJ Mortimer, Earl of March. 

Calls a Parliament id Winchtfter in 1329. — 

- — ■ — — ^= to Nottingham In 1330, - 

Hit Orders for Arrefting Mertimtr there. — 
Adjourns the Parliament to f^tjtmi^tr oh that 
Occafibh. ■ ' ■' ■=■ -, - . .. 
His Writ to" all the Sheriffs of England; for the 
1 Elfcafon of Comffibns to fit in that Par- 
liament. — — 

— Complaint againft his Mother and Mortimer 

— Declaration' to tike the Reins of Govern- 

ment, approved of by the Parliament. — 

— Charge to the Peers, concerning Simon dt 
. Btreferd, Knight. — 

— Offer of a Reward for talcing Sir John Mkl- 

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EDWARD m. reftorei Edward Plantagenet, 

Earl of Kent, to his Fathcr'i Honours and 

Eftate. 

Does the like to Richard Fitx-Alan, Son of the 

late Earl of Armdtl. — —— 

His Grant to Sir William Mentaattt and others, 

for taking Mtrtimir and his Confederates. 
Makes his Mother a State Prifoner tor Life, ir 

the Caflle of Rifings. — 

Call* a Parliament to JVtftmnflir in 1331. — 
His Motive thereto. 

— Favour to Sir Hug b Dtfptnftr, the younger. 
Sollicited by the Parliament to extend his Favour 

to Edmmd, eldeft Son to the late Earl of 

March. - ■■ «■■■■ ■ 

His Anfwer thereto. 

Summons a Parliament to Wtfimiaftir in 1332, 
His Order for preventing Tumults, iSe. on that 

Occafion. — -^— • 

Invited by the King of Frana to go to the Holy 

Land. — — — 

His Rcqueft to the Parliament thereupon. - 

— Declaration, concerning the Rcaions of their 

Meeting. ■■ '■ 

Appoints J unices in every County for the Prefer- 
ration of Peace. — 

His Declaration, concerning his Journey to 
France. — — — - 

Calls a Parliament to JVtftminJltr in 1332. 

Requeued by thtm to march his Army againft 
the Salt. — ■ ■ 

His Supply for that Purpofe, Account of. 

*— illegal Taxations objected to by the Parlia- 
ment. ■ ■ — ' 

Revokes the new Coram iffions for railing of cer- 
tain Cuftoms. — — 

Removes his Court to Itri. — — 

Summons a Parliament to meet there, in 1332. 

His Adjournment thereof, and on what Occafion. 

— Orders to the Mayor of lor t, for iteming the 

Peace of the City. — — 



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Vol, 

EDWARD III. receives an Embafly, with Peti- 
tions from David Bruce, King of Scotland. 

Requires the Reftitution of Berwick, and the 
Homage of the young King. — 

His Demand rejected. — 

Declares War againft him. — — 

Calls a Parliament to Tori, in 1333, on that 
Occafion. — ■-— — — 

His Refolutioii to march into Scotland, and af- 
fift King Batiol. 

How advifed by the Parliament, touching that 
Affair. 

Regains the Kingdom of Scotland, and receives 
the Homage of King Baliel. t* •• 

Holds a Parliament at Tori, on his Return in 

*33+- r — — 

Confirms the two Great Charters there. — — . 

Calls a Parliament to Weftminfiir the fame Year. 

His Declaration* expreifing a Defire to go into 
the Holy Land. -—■ * - 

Receives Information of the Scots Revolt. — 

His Parliamentary Aid on that Occafion, Ac- 
count of. - ■ ■ ■ ______ 

Call* a Parliament to Tork t Anno 1335, to treat 
about renewing .the War with Scotland. - 

— . . to Northampton, Anno 1 336. 

His Advice received there, touching the Scott 
being -flirted by the French King. — — 

Steals away from his Parliament, and goes direct- 
ly to Scotland. — 

His Substitutes, appointed to hold the Parlia- 
ment in his A b fence. Lift of. — — ■ 

Reduces Scotland to his Obedience again. — 

Summons a Parliament to Nottingham, on his 
Return in 1336. ■ ■ - — ■ 

Obtains a new Grant to cany on the War in 
Scotland and Gafcoigny. — — 

Summons a Parliament to fVefiminfier in 1337. 

Creates his eldeft Son, Prince Edward, Duke of 
Cornwall. • ■ - 

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EDWARD III. calls a Parliament to Wtfiminftt 

>«> 1337- — 

His Declaration to them, concerning his Defign 

to profecute the War in France. — — — 
His Supply obtained for that Purpofe. — 

Calls a Parliament to Wtftminftir in 1338, — 
His farther Aid for the Frtncb War, Particulars 

Seizes upon the Effects of the LomeardMcTchtnU 
in Linden. — 

■ upon the Revenues of Alien and foreign 

Priories. ■ — — 

His Extortions from the Nation in general, ai 
this Time, Account of. — — 

— Embarkation, and the Strength of his Navy. 
— — Refinance at Antwerp, Splendour of. — 
Conuniffiont Prince Edward his Son, as Guar- 
dian of England* to hold a Parliament at 
Northampton, Anne 1338. — — 

His extraordinary Aid granted at that Time. — 
Calls a Parliament by Commiflion lolVtfiminjltr. 

in 1339. — — . — 

His Remonftrance to them, concerning the Ne- 

cefltyof a further Aid. — — 

How gratified OR that Occalion. — — 

Borrows Money of foreign Princes and private 

Perfons. — 

Pawns his Crown, and for what. — 
Calls Prince Edward to Antwtrp. — 
His Cotniniffionprs appointed to hold a Parlia- 
ment at Wefiminfitr in 1340, Lift of. — 

— Aid from the Lords and Commons, Partial 

htraof. — 

Afliimes the Style and Arms of Franc*. 

Changes his Great Sea) on that Occalion, and 

how. ■■ ■ 

Returns into England, and fgmmnns a Parlia- 
ment to Wtfiminjltr in March, 1 340. — 
His Declaration of his extreme Want of Money. 

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EDWARD III. his Grants at that Time, for the 

Eafe of the Public. — 

Confirms Magna Cbarta. '— — — 
Requeued by the Parliament not to make En- 
gland a Province to Franc*. ■ 

His Declaration of Indemnity to them on that 
Occafion, Form of. — -■■■■■ 

Creates the Marquis of falters Earl of Cambridge. 
His Petition allowed to him on that Occasion. - 
Goes abroad again, and befieges Tanrnay. — 
Calls a Parliament by Commiffion to jrt fta m 

fttr in July, 1340. — 

Obtains a Victory aver the French at Sea. — 
His funher Supply by the Parliament for carry- 
ing on the War. — -< — 

— Disappointment in the Remittances thereof. 
Returns privately to England, m order to find 

out the Defaulters. — - — ' *■* 
His Treatment of the Conftable of the Tower, 

for his Neglect of Duty there. '• • 
1 — ' of the Perfons concerned in the 

MifapoHcatiort of his Strbfidies. — — 

— Refentment againft the ArchbUbop of Can- 

ttrlury, on the fame Account. ■ . ' — 
Calls a Parliament to fVtfiminfier in 134.1. — 
Hit Declaration for the Redress of Grievance). 
Accepts the Submiffion of the Archbishop, and 

grants him a Pardon. • ■ ■■ 

Hit Antwer to the Requefts and Complaints of 

the Clergy at this Parliament. — 

— Annvers to the Petitions of the Lords 

Commons, concerning the'Eafe of his ! 
jcSs. — 

— Aflint for declaring them to be Statutes. — 

— arbitrary Manner of revoking them, Acconnt 

— Writ on that Occauon to the Archbiihop 

of Canterbury. •— — 

Makes a Trace with Philip King of France. 
Calls a Parliament to Wtflmnftar in 13431 on 

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touching the Truce with France. — — 
Creates his deleft Son Edward Prince of Walts. 
How aided by the Clergy at this Parliament, 
lib Rc&lution to renew the War with France, 

and the Occaflon thereof. 
Calls a Parliament to Wtfinwnfttr in 13441 for 

that Purpofe. — — — 

Hit Requeft to them, for their Advice and Af- 

fiilance. ■ 

How anfwered. — — 

His Supply for the Renewal of the French War. 
Summons a Parliament to Wifiminfitr in 1346. 
Seizes the Revenues which the Cardinals of the 

French Fadion poflefled in England. 
His Order for the impartial Adminiftratioo of 

Juftiee. -; 

— Purveyors complained of, for evil Practices. 

— PunvQiment of them. — — 
Appoints Prince Lionel, his fecond Son, Regent. 
Sets out again for Framet. — — — 
How accompanied in this Expedition. — — - 
His Speech to his Officers. — _ 
— — great S uccefa. — — 

— Aid granted by the Commons, at the Par- 

liament in 1347, for the War. — — 

— Aid granted, on Account of knighting the 

Prince of Wales at La Hogut. — — 
Takes the important Town of Calais. — — 
His Trace with France, and Return to England. 

— profperous State, Defcription of. ■ ■ 
Summons a Parliament to Wtflmxnfttr in 1 348. 
His Anfwer to their Complaint againft Forefters, 

and to a Requeft touching Magna Cbaria. 

— Writ to the King of Scots, demanding his 

Appearance at the Parliament in 1340. - 
Summons a Parliament to Wejlmtnfier in 1351. 
°Hb Declaration of the Reafons for aflembling 

them. ■ ■ ^___ 

Caufes Groats and Half-Groats to be coined for 

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EDWARD III. creates Henry Flantagtntt Duke 
of Loncafler. ■ ■■ — 

His extenfive Grant of Power to that Nobleman. 
Creates Ralph Lord Strafford Earl of the fame. 
His Penfion allowed on that Occafion. r — 
Inftitutes the famous Order of the Garter. — 
Summons a Parliament to Wtflminfltr in 1352. 
His Supply obtained for the French War. — 

— thankful Acknowledgement thereof. — 

— Anfwer to the Petitions of the Commons, 

concerning Grievances. — 

— Clemency to Sir John Maltravtn. — 
Calls a Parliament to Wtflminfter in 1353. 
Obtains a farther Supply for the French War. - 
His Difpleafurc at the FIemmingj t and Occafion 

thereof. 

Removes the Staple of Wool from their Towns 

to England. ,^— 

CalhaPariiamenttoW0fmi'(i/?«-ini354. - 
Demands their Opinion, concerning a Peace 

with Front*. — 

His Anfwer to me Petitions of the Commons. 
Renews the War againft France. — — 
His Conqucfts there. ■ — ■- — 

Summons a Parliament to Wtflminfltr in 1355. 
State of his Affairs at this Time. ■ 

His large Supply from the Parliament, Particulars 

— Anfwers to the Petitions of the Commons. - 

— Expedition againft the revolted Stoti, and 

the Succefs thereof. — ■■■ 

Splendour of his Court, Account of. — — 
Concludes a Peace with France. ■ ■ 1 ■ — 
Meets a Parliament at Wtftminfttr in 1361. — 
Rcleafes the Frc nch King from his Imprisonment. 
Takes an Oath to preferve the Peace made with 

Reftores the Poflcffions of the Alien Monasteries 

to them again. ■-— — ■ 1 291 

Calls a Parliament to Wtflminfltr in 1362. — 1 293) 
Bis Command to the Peers on that Occafion. - 1 292 

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EDWARD Itl. removes the Staple of Wool from 

. London to Calais. ■ ■ 

His Ordcts in Confequence thereof. 

— * general Pardon to his Subjects. — 

— principal OmccSiho'.vdirpofcd of at thisTime. 
Re-canijiois Alr.^r-a Cham. • — — — — 
Creato Prince Licecl, his lecond Son* Duke of 

' Cl&rtnce. — — 

— ■ ■ ■ ■ i John of Gaunt., bis Son, Duke. 

of Laneajltr. - — ■ 

Edmund of Langh-;, his fifth Son, 

Earl of Cambridge. — - 

Initiates the Englijh Ceremony obferved on 
Maunday Thurfday. — ■ ■ 

Summon? a Parliament to Wtflminjfer in 1363. 

His R*afons for calling them. — — 

How complimented by the Commons for his 
Conduct. . 

Panes an Ail for limiting the Price of Poultry. 

Summons a Parliament to Weftminfltr in 1365. 

His Speech againft Papal Encroachments. — 

Aufwer to a Petition of tha Commons, touching 
' the Duty, on Wool. — 

Appoints the Prince of JFalts Governor of 
Aquitain. • ■■ ■ ~ 

—, — ; — the Duke of Clarence, his fecond Son, 
Lord- Lieutenant of Ireland, — — 

Holds a Parliament at WtftminjUr in 1366. — 

His Requcft to them, concerning the Pope's In- 
tention to cite him to do Homage for his 
Crown. — 

Forbids the- Payment of Peter-Pence. — — 

His Alliance with Lord Ingelram de Couey, a 
Frtnfbman. ■ . > - ■ ■ ■ 

— Grant to that Lord, — — - 
Summons a Parliament to Weftntinller in 1368, 

and theOccafion thereof. ■ ■ ■ 

His Supply for the Difcharge of his Debts. — 

— Judgment againir Sir John Ltigh, Steward of 

his Boufhpld. — — - ' 

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EDWARD III. calls » Parliament to Wiflntn- \ 

Jiir in 1369, on that Occafion. — -' — 1 302 

Re-aflumes the Style and Title of King of ■£>«»«. I 303 

Renews the War in that Kingdom. . 1 303 

His Order concerning the State of England. • 1 304. 

— Soblidy on Wool, Wc . for carrying on the 

Wm. — rr ^~ — — — 1 304 

— public Encouragement to all thofe who 

mould anlft him againft France. — — — 1 304, 5 

— Command to the Bifuope and Clergy in cafe 

of as Invafipn. ■ , ■ ■ ■ 1 395 

— Affliction at this Time, and on what Ac- 

count. •- 1 305 

Summons a Parliament to Wtfiminfitr in 1371. 1 305 

His Affairs abroad, State of. — — 1 30c, 6" 

— Requeft to the Parliament, touching Secu- 

rity at home. ■■ - ■■■■■ 1 306 . 

— Supply granted by the Laity for carrying on 

the War. I 30$ . 

by the Clergy. I 306 

Command to the Sheriffs, concerning thefe Sub- 

fidies. I 307 

Requefted by the Commons to admit Laymen 

into the great Offices of State. 1 309, 10 

His Compliance therewith, and Difpofal thereof. 1 310 

— Affairs in Frame, bad State of, — — 1 311 

— Effort to raife the Siege of lours, — — 1 31 r. 1 

— Difappoin latent therein. — — I 311 
Summons a Parliament to Wtfiminjler in 1372. 1 312 
His Motives thereto. 1 312 

— ampleSupplyfor profecutingthefMnrAWar. 1 313 

— thankful Acknowledgement thereof. — I 313 
Summons a Parliament to Wtftminjttr in 1373- I 313 
His unufual Claufes in the Writs for that Pur- 

pofe, 1 313, 14 

— further Supply for the War. — — 1 315 

— — Anfwers to the Petitions of the Commons. 1 316, 17 

Agrees to a Truce with Frantt. — — 1-3*7 

Summons a Parliament to Wtflmnjttr in 1376, 

on that Occalion. — ■■ — ■- 1 /18 

His Subfidy at this Time. — 1 318 



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EDWARD III. admits 3 Council to attend him 

conftantly, attheRequcftoftheCommons. 

His Anfwer to their Petitions concerning Juftices 

of Peace. 

How abufed by his Miftrefs, Alia Pitru. — 
His infirm State, Account of. -*• 

— Intention to celebrate a Jubilee. ■■■■■■ ■ 

— great Difappointment therein. — — 

Paffes an Ad of Grace. 

Creates his Grandfon, Richard Prince of Walts, 

Duke of Cornwall and Earl of Cbifler. - 

Declares him Heir Apparent. 

Summons a Parliament to fVtftminfttr'in 1377. 
Obtains a Poll-Tax for fupporting the War. - 
His Anfwers to the Petitions of the Commons. 

EDWARD IV. proclaimed King of England. • 
" His Proccffion on that Occafion. — — 

— Expedition again ft Queen Margaret. — 

— great Victory over her at Towion. —— 
■— Proceedings at Tint, in Confequence thereof 

. — - Return to London, and Coronation there. - 
Calls a Parliament to Weftminfler in 1461. — 
His Declaration, touching his Title to the Crown. 

— Speech on that Occafion. — — 

— Bounty to his Friends. — ■ 
Creates his Brother George, Duke of Clarence. - 

— — Richard, Duke ofG/oncefter. 

John Lord NeviU, Vifcount Montacule. 

■ " 1 Henry Bourcbier, Earl of £/?**■ 

' ■ 1 William Lord Faucenberg, Earl of Kent. 
Calls a Parliament to tVeflminJler in 1463. — 

His Subfidy obtained there. ■■■ — 

— — various Adjournments of this Parliament, 
Particulars of. . . 

— Victory over the Queen's Army at Htgelty 

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— Subiidies obtained for Life, at the Seffion i 

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EDWARD IV. his ill Ufcge of the Earl of War- 
wick, on his Marriage with Lady Gray. - 
His Imprifoninent by the Earl, and where. — 

— Efcape. ; 

Drives trie Earl out of the Kingdom. - 

HU various Turns of Fortune in Conference 

thereof. 

Calls a Parliament to Wtflminfttr in 1467. — 
His Speech to the Commons there. ■■■■■■ ■■ - 

— Prorogations of this Parliament, Account of. 

— Subiidy obtained at the Seflion in 1468. — 

Forced to leave the Kingdom. — ■ 

Proceedings againft him by the Parliament on 

Htnry'a Reft oration. ■■■ - 

His Return to England. — ■ ■ 

— Pretentions on landing. — — 

— Victory over the Earl of Warwick at Btnrntt, 

— Defeat of Queen Margartt at Tewijbury. - 

— Restoration to the Throne. 

Calls a Parliament to Wtflminfttr m 1472. — 
His Supply granted him' there. ■ ■ 

Creates his eldefl Son Edward* Prince of Watts, 

&c. 

Mis Supply granted at the Seftion in 1473. 

— extraordinary Favour to Lewis d* Brugit, a 

Foreigner. — ■ ■ 

— Grants to the Dukes of Clarinet and Ghu- 

ctfter. 

— SubGdy obtained at the Seffion in 1474. — 
in 1475. — 

— new Device of tailing Money at this Time, 

Account of. ■■ — ■■ ^—^~ 

— fruitlefs Expedition' againft Franet. 1 
Difobligca the Nation, and how. — — 
His Method of railing Money, to avoid calling a 

Parliament. — ■ 

Summons a Parliament to Wtflminfttr in 1477. 
Creates his Son Richard, Duke of Tori, iSe. — 
His Revocation ofNevile Duke of Bedferd'aTille 
■— Proceedings againft Gtargt Nrvilt, Archbi- 
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EDWARD IV. bis Quarrel with Gtorgt Duke of 

Clarenct. ' - ■■ ■ , ' -■■ — 

Call* a Parliament to Weflminfttr in 1482. — 

His Suhfidy obtained there. — — 

further Grant to RicbardX>vk& of Glauufltr, 

— great Diftrefs at this Time, Account of. — 
How relieved by the Clergy. — . 

His Sicknefs and Death, — — 

EDWARD V. his Acccffion to the Throrw. — 

His Murder in the Tower. — — 

EDWARD VI. his Acceffion to the Crown. — 

His Stile and Titles. ■ . 

— Age at that Time. ■■ — — 
Calls a Parliament to Wtjlminfitr, in 1547. 
Hb Commiffion for appointing the Protector's 

Seatworm of. .■ - — — — 

— Sufaftdy granted him at the Scffion in 1548. 

— general Pardon to his Subjects. — 

— Diflblution of the Parliament. — ■ 

— Sicknefs at thatTime. — — 
Calls a new Parliament in 1552. — — 
His Debts, Particulars of. — 

— Letter to the Sheriffs, for electing (itch Mem- 

bers as the Privy Council would recom- 
mend. . 

— Subfidy obtained this Seffion. — — 

— Diflblution of the Parliament. — — 
Death. — — — 

EGERTON, Sir Thtmat* made Lord-Keeper of 

the Great Seal. — 

His Speech at opening the SelSon of Parliament 

^- Anfwer to Mr. Ytlvtrton'i Speech at the 
Diflblution of this Parliament. — — 

— Speech at opening the Seflioii in 1601. — 

— Reply to a Speech of 'John Crotie, Efqj 

Speaker. — ■■■ , . ■ 

— further Anfwer to the Speaker. — — 

— Speech at the Clofe of this Seffion. — 
Created Lord Elkfmtrty and made Lord-Chan- 
cellor of England. — ~! - 



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iGERTON, Edward, Efy; his Petition to the 
Peers in Parliament againft Lord-Chan- 
cellor Bacon. • — 
LGREMOND, Sir 7»5«,raires a Rebellion againft 

King Henry VII. Amu 1489. 

EGREMONT, Lord "Thomas* flain at the Battle 
of Northampton, Anno 1461. — ■ ■- 

ELECTIONS for Members of the Houfc of Com- 
mons, Debate thereon. - ■ — 
ELIZABETH, $ueen, fucceed's to the Crown 

on the Death of her Sifter Mary. 

Her Choice of Privy Counfcllors, Lift of. — 
Calls a Parliament to IVeJlmin/ler, in Jan. 1558. 

Obtains a Subfidy from the Commons. 

Petitioned by them to marry. — — 
Her Anfwer. — — - — 
Diflblves the Parliament. — — 
Her Crown claimed by French II. King of 
Frame, in Right of" his Wife Mary, Queen 
Regent of Scotland. — 
Invades Scotland, both by Sea and Land. 
Sends an Army into France to invade that King- 
dom. — 

Calls a Parliament to Wefimtnfter, in 1562. — 

Her Proceffion to the Houfe,' Form of. 

Obtains a large Supply from the Clergy and Laity, 
Petitioned again by the Commons to marry. — 

Her Anfwer. 

Addreflcd by the Speaker of the Houfe of Com- 
mons on the Subject of her Marriage. — 

Her Anfwer. ■ - 

Concludes a Peace with France. — — — 
Sollicited by Mr. Onflow to be excufed from fer< 
ving the Office of Speaker for the Com- 
mons, Anno 1566. — — — 
Approves the Election. — — 

Her Reply to Mr. Onflow's Anfwer. 

Appoints Sir Robert Catlyn, Lord Chief Juftice 
of the Common Pleas, to execute the Of- 
fice of Lord-Keeper at this Seffion, 



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ELIZABETH, ^wi, receives aPetitionfrom the I 
Lords, touching her Marriage and Succef- 
fion. - ■' '- — ■ --■ 4 1 <H " 7< 

Her Ani'wer. — ■ ■ — ■ 

Occalions great Debates in the Houfe of Com- 
mons. — 

Refeuts their Behaviour, and forbids all farther 

Proceedings in the Affair. 

Obtains a Subfidy from (be Clergy and Laity. - 

Remits a Part of this Tax. — 

Grants 2 general Pardon to her Subjects. 

Her Speech to this Parliament. — — 

Diflblve* it. — . 

SupprefTes a Rebellion in the North of England. 

Calls a Parliament to Wtftminftir in 1571. 

Her extraordinary Proceffion to the Parliament- 
Houfe. 

— Speech to the Parliament. 1 — — 

— Anfwerj by the Lord- Keeper, to Mr. lVraf% 

Forbids the Commons to meddle with Matters of 

State. 

Excommunicated by Pope Pius V. — — 
Obtains a considerable Subfidy from the Clergy 

and Laity. ■ ■ 

Checks the Commons, and forbids them to de- 
bate on Points of Prerogative. — — 

Grants a general Pardon. — 

DiJTolvcs the Parliament. — — 

Becomes jealous of Mary Queen of Scott. - — 

Imprifons her. — — 

Calls a Parliament to mftminfitr in 1572. — 
Summons four new Barons to this Parliament. - 
Prohibits the Commons from meddling with Re- 
ligious Affairs. ■ ■ — 

Summons Htnri Piercy, Earl of Northumberland, 

■ and John Lord Stoarten, to the Parliament. 

Obtains a large Subfidy from the Clergy and Laity. 

Difcharges/wr^nrwer/A.Efqjfromlmprifon- 

mcnt, on Account of his Speech in the 

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ELIZABETH, $ut**, prorogues the Parliament 

Summons it again, after twenty-four Proroga- 
tiom, to fFtftminfttr, in Ij8i. — — 

Receives the Addreues of Francis Duke of Anjtu. 

Give* great Offence to her Proteftant Subjects 
on this Occafion. 

Her remarkable Reftraint upon the Houfe of 
Commons, , — ■ ■ 

Highly offended at their Appointment of a Fall. 

Accepts their Sub minion. — — — 

Panes a Bill for the Reftitution in Blood of Phi- 
lip Earl of Arundel*, eldeft Son to Thomas 
late Duke of Nerfili. — 

Diflolves this Parliament, after having fulfilled 

near eleven Years — ■ — ■ 

1 Calls another to Wtfiminjltr in 1585. 

Appoints Sir 'Ibamas Bromley Lord - Chancellor. 

Obtains a Subfidy from the Clergy and Laity. 

Prorogue* the Parliament. — — 

Her Anfwer to an AddreJs of Thanks from the 
Commons. 

Appoints Cbrijlopher Ilatton, Efq; Vice-Cham- 
berlain of her Houfhold. ' — 

Her Speech to the Parliament. ' — - 

— various Prorogations of it, Account of. 
Dinolves it. ■-— — — 
Receives fome Propofals from the Queen of 

Scats for an Accommodation. --■■■- 

Calls a new Parliament to Wiftmnfttr in 158*, 

on this Account. — — 

Opens it by Commiffion. ■ ■- — 

Receives a Petition from the Parliament, defiling 

her Cop/ent to the Execution of the Queen 

of Setts. 

Her Anfwer. -■ — - . 

— Menage to the Commons, in Favour of the 

Queen. ■ . 

— ambiguous Anfwer to the laft Refolve of the 

Lords, touching her Execution. 

— Anfwer to fome further Reafons urged to 

this Purpofe. — — - 



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ELIZABETH, £W, permits the -Sentence 
againft the Queen of Seen to be proclaimed 
and executed. ■ ■■ ■ 

Appoints Sir Edmund Anderfan, Chief Juftke of 
the Common Pleas, to aft as Lord-Chan- 
cellor, in the room of&iiU'bcmar Bromley. 

Obtain* a Subfidy from the Clergy. 

— ■ Subfidy and a Benevolence from the 
Laity. — — 

Diflbtves the Parliament by Commiffion, — 

Receives Notice of an Armada prepared by Phi- 
lip II. King of Spain, to invade Englmnd. 

Sends Ambafladors to Treat of a Peace. — 

Her Pro po fate rejected. — — 

— — Preparations to withftxrtd this Invalion. — 

Attacks the $p™# Navy, and entirely dcftroyi it. 

Rewards her Commanders for their Conduct . - 

Summons a Parliament to Wtftmnfttr in 1588. 

Obtains a large Supply from the Clergy and Laity 

Offended at the Commons, for attempting to 
regulate the Officers of her HouJhold and 
Revenue. — — 

Her Meflagc to them on this Oocafion. 

Requeued by both Houfes to' declare War againft 
Spmm. -■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Diffolvea the Parliament. — — 

Her extraordinary Expences, and frugal Ma- 
nagement of the lift Supply. ■ 

Calls a new Parliament to Wefimmfttr in 1592. 

Appoints Sir John Puckering Lord-Keeper of the 
Great Seal. 

Her Charges by Means of the War with Spain. 

Obtains the Grant of a Subfidy from the Com- 
mons. 

Sends four of their Members to Prhon, for at- 
tempting to entail the Succeffion of the 
Crown. ■ ■ " — 

Her further Expences in maintaining the Spanijh 

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ELIZABETH, Qtttn, her Menage to the Com- 
' mons, forbidding them to meddle with 

State or Church Affairs. — 

Her Speech to both Houfes. . 

Diflblves the Parliament, — — 

Summons another to tVeftminfltr, Anna 1597. 
Obtain* a Subfidy from the Clergy and Laity. 
Diflblves this Parliament. — 

Calls a new one to Wtftminjler in 1601. ■ 
Her Menage to the Lords. — ■ 

Obtains a large Subfidy from the Clergy and 
Laity. — , . _ 

Her Meflage to the Commons, for repealing Mo- 
nopolies. 1 — _ 
Attended by a Committee of their Honfe with 

an Addreis of Thanks. — . 
Her Anfwer. — — 

— Ditlblution of the Parliament. — 

— Death. 

— Debts at that Time, Amount of. 
ELIZABETH, Queen of Bohemia, and Daughter 

of King James I. her Letter to the Earl of 
Briflot about the Palatinate, — — 

Her Letter of Requeft to the Houfe of Com- 
mons. 

■ to the Peers, for Relief. 

ELLINSHAM, Sir William, one of the Officers 
under Henry It Spenter, Bifhop <^ Norwich, 
in hii Expedition to Flanders. — 

Charge againft him for Military Mifconduct, 

His Sentence on that Occafion. — 
ELLIOT, Sir John, his Motion in the Houfe of 
Commons for Relief of Grievances. 

Appointed one of the Managers againft the Duke 
•of Buckingham. — — ■ 

Hii Speech, in fumming up the Charge againft 

him. » ic2»i;8 

CommirtedtotheTower.byOrderoftheKing. 7 159 

Difcharged from his Confinement. 7 163 

Ho Reply to a Speech of Sir Dudley Carlton, re- 
lating to the Duke. — 7 165,6 

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ELLIOT, Str John, committed to Prifon, for re- 
filling a Loan to the King. -- •- 
His Petition to the King on this Account. — 

Releafed from Prifon. — 

His Speech on fome Propofitions of the King for 

a Supply. 

, . on Imprifonment. — — 

' Difpleafed at the Rehearfal of the Duke of Buck- 
ingham's congratulatory Speech to the 
King, on a Vote of five Subfidies. 
His Speech thereupon. — 

, Charge againft the Earl of Sufott, at the 

Bar of the Houfe of Lords. — • — 
Speech, on a Menage from the King, con- 
cerning the Liberty of the Subject. — 
Recapitulates the public Grievances before the 

Commons. ■■ — ■ — — 

His Speech, on a Meflage from the King, 

to meddle with State-Government, or the 

Miniflers thereof. — ■ 

Interrupted by the Speaker, and fits down. — 
His Speech, relating to the Petition of Right. 
. . on a Member's Goods being fcized for 

refuting to pay Torlnage. — — 

_— — on Religious Grievances. — ■■■ 

— — — — ~ on the King's Anfwcr to the Com- 
mons' Apology about Tonnage. -■■ ■■■ 
- on Mr. Attorney's Anfwer, 



ing Dr. Cofa 
1 againft Bilhop Laud. 

— Report, concerning ASlm, Efqj She- 

riff of London. - - - 

— Speech, concerning the Procefs againft Mer- 

chants for Tonnage. — — 

■ fome Popifh Priefts re 



leafed from Ntwgatt. — 

Charge againft Sir Rthrt Heatb, concern- 
ing this Affair. 

~— Speech, on Mr. Rtllts's Goods being feized 
by the Cuftomers for Tonnage. 



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Parliamentary Hijiory of England, 

ELLIOT, Sir Jehu, his Speech again!) feizing the Goods 

of a Parliament Man. 

Hit Speech againlt the Lord-Treafurer Wtjltn. 

— - Remoufl ranee againft Tonnage. 



Reads it himfelf, being refufed by the Speaker and Clerk. 
Sntumon'd before the Privy Council for hisMilbehavipur 

Hit Examination and Aniwer. 

Committed to the Tower, and his Study fcaled up. 
Profceured in the Star-Chamber, by an Information 

againft him. — — 

Offers uj give Bail. — - ■ 

Reftifes to find Sureties for hi) good Behaviour. 
Committed again to the Tower. ■ 

Information againft him in the King's Bench, and his Plea. 
His Cafe argued in the King's Bench. — 

— Sentence. ■ 

ELLIS, Mr. made Sollicitor-General. — 
EMPSON. Sir Thomas, his fatal Cataflrophe. — 
ENGAGEMENT of the Parliament's Army, with regard 

to Di (banding. — . 

Of the Train'd Bands, Apprentices, lit, of London, for 

the King's coming to the City with Honour, Safety, 

and Freedom. 

Of thole Members of both Houfes who abfented them' 

(elves and went to the Army. Form of. — — 

OftheCouncilofStateappointedbytheCoromoasini648 
Fonn of, taken by the Commons and all others in Office. 
— ■ taken by all Perfons being 18 Years of Age. - 

To be tine to the Commonwealth, repealed by the Pro- 

te&cY CnmottL ■ ■ 

Form of, taken by the Members of Parliament in 1659. 

Order for difcharging it. . ■ ■ ■ ■ 

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ENGLAND,- State of, in 1648. — 

How circumftanced, with regard to foreign Princes, ii 

1659. 

Strength of its Navy at the Reftoration. 

ENGLAND, Regency of, call aParliament loLendon m I zg 
Their Agreement with the difcontented Barons, in Be- 
half of King SJmrdh Particulars of 

— — Application to the King, for a Confirmation of 

what they had done. — 

ENGLISH, their brave Refolution nnder the Command of 

Adm. Ptnnington;'m the Affair of Rocbiik in 1615. 

, Their Succels againft the Irifi Rebels in 1642. — 

farther Succefs againft them, Account of. 

■ENTHUSIASTS, remarkable Sect.of. 

"EPJSCOPACY. Debate thereon by the Commons. i 
Refolntion of the Parliament againft it. — 



EQUALITY of the Prefbyterian and Independent Parties 
in the Houle of Commons, remarkable Itiftance of. 

ERPINGHAM, StrTbmai, Viee-Cheneellor to King 
Henry IV. his Charge againft Henry It Spencir, 
BiftiopofrVdfWiVA. ■ — 

ESSEX, Earl of. See Deveheux, Robert. 

ESSEX, County of, their Petition to the Commons, for a 
Reformatios in Church and State. — 

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Of the Debts of rhe'Army and Navy at that Tin 



1660. 



. ESTWICK, A/r. Wn9pe<;<:bMCrmv>cirsM?arlhi 

on preferring » Petition in Favour of the Clergy's 

Right of Maintenance. - 

EVANS, Ralph, -hirEetter to Mr. Stayer, Clerl: of Par- 
liament, for aCflpy of King j'.svrfj's Anftver to the 

Grievances of the Subject. — 

EVANS, Cornelius; pe'rfonates Charles Prince of Walts. 
Apprehended in fiwrr and fent up to London. — — 
His Examination; taken by the Mayor of Reiheflir.' — 



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VtL Pe&. 

EVANS.CWffor. his Confeffion before the HonfeofPeen. 

Committed to Netegnte. — 

EVELYN, Sir John, his Speech in Support of the Im 
pcachmenr againft Lord George Digiy. ■ 

Ills Danger of Expulfion from the Houie of Commons, 

Account of. — — 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Comrriiffioners t( 

tend the King wiih a Petition for Peace. 
Objefled againft by the King. 



Occasions the Refentment of the Houfe of Peers againft 

him, and on what Account. . . ■ 

How vindicated by the Commons. — — 

EVER ARD. Mr. his Information of the Seels intending to 

march up to Louden. . 

EVESHAM, Berth of, between King Henry III. and his 

Baron;, Anno i zS;. — — — 

EXAMINATION, concerning a fuppofedPlot againft the 

Parliament in 1145. — — 

Of Cirnelius Evans, who perforated the Prince of Waits 

b 1643. 

EXCHEQUER, Officers there, Debate about them by the 

Commons. — . — .— 

Receipt of, removed to Richmond in 1625. ■ 

Records there, ordered by the Commons to-be fent for, 

concerning Ship-Money. — ■ 

EXCISE, when 'firft fet on Foot in. England, and what 

Commodities laid on, and how taxed, Particulars 



Farther extended, and how. I 

Reduced by the Commons, and in what Manner. — 
EXCOMMUNICATION, its Ufe perverted by Ecclefi- 

aftical Officers. 

Complained of by King James I. . — 

Abufes therein reftrained by an Ait. ■ ■ 

EXECUTION <f Traitors, Antiquity of (he prefent 

Manner thereof. ■ 

EXETER, City of, furrender'd to the Parliament's Forces. 
Great Difturbances there, and how occaiioned, Account 

EXPERIMENT, dangerous one, Inftance of. 

EXPLANATION of a Letter in Cyphers, addrefled to 

the King by Mr. Afliburnbam. — — - 

EXTRACTS of two Letter* from the Committee at Der- 

ij Umife, to Gen. Crmwi/l in the North. — 

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FABIAN, Mr. ht« Account of carryingKing Henry VI. 
then an Infant, to the Parliament in 1 41c. — , 

His Account of the Duke of Smwr/W's ArreftforTreafon 
- of a Benevolence granted to Henry VI I. in 



t40». 



FACTIONS, among tbeOffieeri of the Array, Account of. 
FAIRFAX, Lord, appointed one of the Parliament's Com- 
miffioners to attend King Charles I. in Torijbire. 

Made General of their Forces in that Count)", 

His Agreement with the Earl of Cumberland for a Neu- 
trality there. - 

— declared void by (he Parliament. — 

— Letter, fetting forth the State of Affairs in the Nor- 
them Counties. — 

giving an Account of the Proceedings of the 

two contending Armies in Yoriftnre. 

— — concerning his Succcfs in that County. • — 
■ and remarkable Introduction thereto, on oc- 

of his taking Wakefield. 



cafi. 



Routed, near Bradford, by the Earl of Neteeaftle. 

Appointed Governor of Hull. — _^^^^_ 

Steward of Pomfrete Caftle. 

His Death, Account of. _ - r - 

FAIRFAX, Sir William, cue of the Parliament's Generals, 

kill'd in raifing the Siege before Montgomery Caftle. 
FAIRFAX, Sir Thomas, defeats the King's Forces at SeHi, 

in Torifiire, ZI 

His Account" of that Action. - 

— - Lift of Prifnners, &e. taken there. ■ 

Appointed Chief Commander of the Parliament's Force* 
How complimented on this Occafion by the Speaker of 

the Houfe of Commons. — _ 

State of hit Army in April, 164;, Account of. 

Hit Letter of Requeft to the Peers, for the Continuance 

of General Cromwell m hi* Army. — — 

Obtains a complete Victory over the King's Force* at 

Nafeby. — 

How rewarded by the Parliament on this Occafion. — 
His Letter, concerning the King's new Levies, and the 

bad State of his own Army. ' 

: — Account of an Independent Army, call'd Gni-Men, 

railed in the Counties of Wilts and Dorfet. 

of a Victory he had obrsin'd over Lord Go- 
ring, m Smerfet/bire. —. ____ 
Appointed Governor of Pmfrtte Caille. 



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FAIRFAX, SirTkmas, his Letter, givingan Account of 
his great Succe& at Bridgwxf.tr. , 

Take* the City of Briftal. — 

His Letter to the Committee of both Kingdoms, con- 
cerning the Prince of Walts. - ... 
'■■' ■ giving an Account of his taking Tiverten, — 
Complimented by a Letter from the Speaker of the 

Home of Peers on this Occanon. ■ 

His Letter, relating to the Dillributkra of his Forces. - 

Takes the Town of Dttrim&ab by Storm. 

Ac know ledge merits from the Parliament for bis Ser- 
vices, Particulars of. — ■ 
Defeats the King's Forces in the Weft, commanded by 
Lord Ihpma. ■ — _____ 
His further Succefs in the Weft, fome Account of. — 
How complimented by the Parliament on this Occafion. 
His Letter concerning the Prince of Waks. — 

Arrives in Lendw from the North. 

How complimented on this Occafion by both Houfea. 
His Anfwer thereto. ■ — - 

— Letter, in Anfwer to a Declaration of Parliament 

againll the Proceedings of the Army. 
relating to the Parliament's Votes for dilband- 

ing the Ai 
tothcEarlofJ»~*rtV^rr, on the fame Occafion 

- ■ — to the Speaker of the Houfe of Commons, 

concerning the Advice of his Council of War 
thereupon. 



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ig the King's Removal from Hof&nij 

— fecond Letter, to the fame Purpofe. — — __ 

— Anfwer to the Parliament's Commiffioners fent down 

to the Army, concerning their Instructions. 

— Letter, fignifytng the March of his Army to Si 

— concerning fundry Petitions in Favour of the 

— two Letters, in Anfwer to one from the City of 

London, touching the Differences between the Par- 
liament and Army. ■ — 

— Letter to the Parliament's Commiffioners at Ntta- 

warier, concerning the King's Removal to Riihmund 

— Me flags to them on this Occafion. . 

— Letter to them, difavowing the Admittance of new 

Forces under his Command, tit. 

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FAIRFAX, Sir Thomas, his Letter to the Earl of Man- 
thtfitr, relating to the Charge of the King's Pcr- 
fon, the Defires of the Army, and the Parliament's 

Endeavours for railing new Forces. 

- concerning the Seizure of ih-. Scati Comroif- 



iioneri' Packet by the Am _ 

- concerning the King's Refolut 



) go to 
Wind/or. 

;— . Anfwer to a Letter from the Parliament's Commif- 
fiooers, relating to the intended Treaty. — 

CommiJuoncrs appointed by him to treat with the Par- 
liament's Commiffioners about the Demands of the 
Army, Lift of. 

His Commiffion for that Purpofe — 

— Letter to the Parliament, defiring that the King 
might fee his Children, and vindicating llic Beha- 
viour ot the Army towards him. ■ 

— — Order forexpunging the Names of all Cavaliers out 
of the Mufter Rolls. — 

— — Letters, fignifying his Refolution to march with his 
whole Army to Landtn. . — 

Encamps on HounJIoa-fimtb. — 

Enters Soutbwurk with a Party of Horfe. ■ 

Admitted into London. — — 

How complimented on thi> Oecafion. - -■ 

Peclinei the Acceptance of a confiderable Prefent from 
the City. 

Hia Reafon for it — ■■■■ 

Jtfarches his whole Army, with Laurel in their Hats, 
through the City of London. 

Goes to the Houfe of Peers. 

Receives theThanks of both Houfes for his Proceedings. 

Made Conftable of the Tower. 

His Letter to the Earl of Maichtfti 

llrance inclofed, vindicating the Proceedings of the 
Army. 

to the Peers, defiring a ReRraint of the Prefs. 

... ■ ■ ■ — on occafion of the King's Efcapf 

from Hampton-Court. — 

— ^— concerning a Mutiny in the Army. 

— Remonftrance thereupon. — ., 

— Menace to the Parliament, on account of Arrears 

due to the Army. ■■ 

,— Letter to the Peers, for more effectually fecuring the 
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FAIRFAX, Sir Thomas, his Letter to the Peers, concern- 
ing fomc Refults of his Council of War. — 

His Letter to the Speaker of the Houfe of Commons, 
concerning the King's Pcrfon. — — 

■■- '- ■ concerning Capt. Wigan, who had marched 
out of England with a Troop of Horfe, in a mili- 
tary Pofture, and gone into Scotland. 

Succeeds his Father as Baron of Cameron, — ' 

Made Steward of the Honour of PontefraB, Keeper of | 
the Caftle there, 'and Cups Rotvlorum of the! 
County of York. — '• — ,'■ 

Hit Letter, giving an Account of the Difpofition of his j 
Forces. - - _I 7 

relating to a Quarrel between the Mayor of 

Exeter and the Soldiery there. — 



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twoLetters,givinganAccountof his Victory over J ' 
Army nifed by &/f/i/&Gemlemen in 1648 j 



,h,Jl,r. 



n Account of the Surrender of CsL 



■—- Severity to Sir Charles Lucas and Sir George Lip, 
two of the Royalifb taken Prifoners there. — 

— Account of the Quality and Number of the Prifon- 

ers of War. . — p 

— Services to the Parliament, how rewarded. — ' 

— Letter to the Houfe of Commons concerning his Ar- 1 

— AnfWer to a Letter, concerning the Quarter given J 

to the Lords Goring and Cefel, at the Surrender of! 

aitbtfitr. — ! 

— Letter, relating to a Remonflrance from the Army. I 
- to Col. Hammond, requiring his Attendance at 



St., 



— • Demand upon the Hoofc of Commons for Money 
pay his Army. - — 

— - Letter to the Lord Mayor, &c. of London, contai 
ing a high Demand upon the City, on account of 
the Army's March towards it. ■ — -■ — 

— Arrival at Whitehall, and the Difpofal of his Forces, 

Account of. — — ■'■- — 

— Method to .quicken the City of London in the Pay- 

ment of their Arrears due to the Army. — : 

— Warrant for the Removal of Sir fPii/um Waller, and] 

other imprifoncd Members of the Commons, to | 

Tcttimony of the City of London's Affcclion to him. -| 



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FAIRFAX, Sir Tbmas, appointed to inarch -with an Ai 

my into the North againft the Seas. — 

Defires to be ejeufed, and why. — ■ - 

His Conference with a Committee of the Council t 

State on that Occafion. — 

Lay* down his Cominiffion, and receives the Thanks of 

the Houfe of Commom for his Services. 
Efpcnfes Gen. Mtnke't Quarrel agaiuft the Army under 
, Fieituwd. — — — 

FAIRS prohibited within fifty Miles of LmJch, on ac- 
count of the Plague. ■ ■ 
FALCASIUS, or F<mh de Brent, nifea a Rebellion againft 

King Henry III. 

Hi* Treatment of Brai&reeie, one of the King' 

Efcapes into Wales. ..-- 

Is introduced to the King, and implores his Pardon. 

— corn mined to the Cuflody of the Bifhop of Lond-m. 

— tried as a Rebel, before the King and the Barons. 

— condemned to perpetual BaniQimem. < 

His Declaration on leaving the Kingdom. — 

FALKIRK, Bath af, between the Engii/b and Sots in 

IJQ8. 

FALKLAND, Lord Yiftmnt. See Carey, Lucius. 
FANE, MiUmej, Earl of Wefimorthoul, deferts King 
Charles I. whom. he had joined at Oxford, and 

turn; to the Parliament. ■ 

In titles hi mfclf to their Proteflion, and how. — 

FAST, appointed by Authority of the Commons in i c8i. 

Appointed by the Parliament, with the King's Confent, 

in Navtntber, 1 1.-40. ■ — 

How religioufly kept, Account of. — 

Enjoined, on Account of the hip Rebellion. 

. ... -■■ by the Parliament, on Account of the Defeat 
of their Armies in the North and Weft. .j 

- for a BleJ&ng upon the Earl 



off 



's Army. ■ 



n Account of his Defeat 
— for the Succe&of their Ar 



called Ibe Self-denying Ordinance. 



for Succef* in palling a Bill,! 



- for Succefs in their Treaty . 
for Peace at L'xtridge. — — — , 1 3 



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FAST enjoined by the Parliament, for God's AmfUnce in 
the Settlement of Church -Government on the 
Presbyterian Model. — - . . . 

Enjoined by the Parliament, on Account of the Condi- 
tions in the Army. — — ^— — - 
Appointed by the Houfe of Commons, with their Rea- 
font for fo doing. ■- — — 

■ ■- on Account of 

their Invafion of Scotland, — 

■ ■■ -■ ■' -— on Account of 

CromweWt Death. — 

FASTS, tf the Cbtcrtb of England, aboliQied by the Par- 
liament, and when. ■ 

FATHERHOOD, antient Meaning of. 

FAUCONBERG, LordWilRm, created Earl of Kent. 

FAUX, his barbarous Defign on King ^mm* I. and the 

Lords and Commons in Parliament. — — 

FEATHERSTONHAUGH, Sir Timothy, uken Prifoner 

by the Parliament's forces at the Battle ofWV- 



FECKENHAM, Dr. Abbot of Wejimnfier, his Speech 

againft the Liturgy. ■■ — 

FEE FARM-RENTS, of the Cream, ordered to be fold. 
FELL, Dr. r t ce-CbanceIbr of the Vniverfity if Oxford, bis 

bold Oppofuion to the Parliament, Account of. 

Diverted of his Office. 

FEMALE-SEX, their Petition to the Hoofc of Commons 

for a Peace with King Cbarla I. — 

Their Behaviour and Treatment before the Commons' 

Door on this Occafion, Particulars of. 
FENWICK, Col. George, appointed one of the Commif- 

fi oners for the Government of Scotland. 
FERRERS, Sir Henry one of the Officers under Henry It 

Spacer, Biihop of Norwich, in his Expedition tc 

Thndtrs. 

His Sentence for Military Mifconduft. — — 

FERRERS, Edward, his Depofition in Favour of theLord- 

Treafurer Middle/ex. 

FESTIVALS, «/ the Church of England, abolifhed by J 

the Parliament, and when. J 

FIDEI DEFENSOR. Title of, given toKingJferryVIII. 

by Pope Julim II, and on what Account. ■■■ ■ 



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FIELD, Tbiofbilm, BIJhop ofLaiidaf, accnfrd of Brocage, 
in a Bribe intended to the Lord -Chancel lor Baton 

His Defence before the Peon. — . 

Charge againft them. ■ _-^_ 

His Afiair referred xoGeorge ^fof.'Abp. of Canterbury. 

Reprimanded in the Convocatron-Houfe. 

Permitted to rake his Seat in Parliament again. 

FIELDING, William, Earl of Denbigh, rates the Town 
and Cattle of Ofwa/djirce, in Shropjhire, for the 



to the 

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Parlia, 



His Narrative of what palled between the King and the 
Parliament's Commlflionera, at prefenting fome 
Propofitions for Peace. — 

Reftgns his Commiffion of Chief Commander of the af- 
fociated Counties of Warwick, Salop, and Stffford 

His Declaration to the Peers on this Occafion. — 

FIELDING, Bafil, Earl of Denbigh, appointed one of tin 

Parliament's Commiffioners, to wait on the King 

at Hampton-Court with Propofitions of Peace. 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiffioners, to 
wait on the King in the Jfie of Wight, to the fame 
Purpofe, 



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One of the Peers who rejected an Ordinance of the Com- 
mons for the Trial of the King. . 

Appointed a Member of the Council of State. — 

His Anfwer, concerning an Engagement ordered to be 

taken by that Council. . , 

FIENNES, William, Lord Vifimm Soy andSe/e, his Soeech 

at a Conference with the Common), on the' State 

of the Nation 

Made Malier of the .Court of Ward' 



His Speech for reftra'ming the Bifhopt and Clergy from 

intermeddling with Secular Affairs. ; 

to the Citiaens of Lanihtt, on occafion of a 
Battle at Edge-Hill. 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiffioners, to 
treat with the King at Oxford aboat a Peace. 

Objected againft by the King. — — J 

His Anfwer to the Exceptions. — , 

— Speech, on die Self-denying Ordinance having paf. 

fed the Houfe of Peers. — 

— Declaration, concerning a Plot againft theParlia | 



Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiflioners, t 
treat iviih'the King in the /fie ef'tf'igbt about 
National Peace. — ■ - 



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fTEKNES, Netbaniel. tjq; hi? Report to the Commons, 

of a Plot againft the Parliament. — ^— 

Appointed erne ot the Parliament's Cammiflioners, to 

attend the King in Seethed. 



283 

Page 



»twiththe$«rjaboutthe/rJ/&Rebelli 
1 one oiCramacttt CommilTioners of the Great 

Seal. . . 

. one of the Committee to receive CrmxelTt 

Scruples, with regard to his being King. ■ ■- 
His Arguments to induce his Acceptance of that ') 

Title. $ 

— Speech to the Protector's third Parliament in 1657. 

— Addrels to the Protector at the fame Time. — 

— Speech at opening the Parliament in i6c8. — 
FIFTEENTHS .^TENTHS, Tax >/, how levied, and 



what. 



FINCH, Hfttrj, Efo his Speech on a Mo:bn to reform 

Eeclefiaftical Courts. 

FINCH, Sir Heritage, his Speech in the Houfe of Com- 
mons, againft a Motion for a Supply. ■ ■ 

Etefted Speaker for the Commons in 1615. 

His Speech to King Charles I. on that Occafion, — 
Receives a Letter from the King, to haften a Supply. 

His Anfwer in the Name of the Commons. 

FINCH, Sir John, his Report concerning the Cafe of Sir 

Edward Ceil. . 

Chofen Speaker for the Commons in 1617. 
His Speech to the King on this Occafion. 

— - — on prefenring a Petition of the 

Commons, againft billeting oF Soldiers. ■* 
FINCH, Sir Jebn, Speaker fir the CMnmans, interrupts 
Sir John Elliot in his Speech, on a Mcflige fr 

the King. 

Hit Speech to the Commons, on delivering a Me Cage 
to them from the King to avoid all Scandal on bis 
Counfel and pal* Actions. — 

— Juftification of Sir Job* Cooke from an Afperfion 

call upon him concerning the Bill of Tonnage. — 
, Commanded by the King to adjourn the Houfe of Cora- 

Delivers his Meflagc, which is difobcyed by the Houfe. 
Refufes to read Sir John ElStt'l Remonltrance about 

Tonnage. ■ 

to put the Qiicftlon thereupon. — — 

His Anfiver for refilling. ■ — 

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FINCH, Sir John, Spoiler fir the Comment, offers to leave 
the Houfe, and is forcibly held down in his Chair. 
His Anfwer and Behaviour, touching this Violence. — 
Made Lard -Keeper of the Great Seal. ■ 
His Speech, by the King's Command, to the Parlia- 
ment, in Aril 1 640. — 

— Expofition of the Superfcrtption of a Letter from 

the Seoti to the French King. — — 

Reads the Letter to the Parliament. — — 

His Direction to the Commons, touching a Speaker. 
— - Speech, by the King's Command, to Mr. (Slanville, 

to confirm his Election. ' — — 

— Behaviour, when Speaker, inquired into, and cen- 

fured by the Commons. — — 

— Speech to both Houfes to haften a Sjpply. — 
. (hewing the Reafons of the Lords for prefer- 
ring the Supply to other Bufinefs. — 

■ 1 at opening the Parliament 'inNsoemler, 1 64.0. 

•— Rcqueft, in Anfwer to fome Complaints againft him 

by the Commons. 

— Ad million into their Houfc, Manner of. 
Accufed of High Treafon, fif<. — 
His Apology to the Commons, in order to divert their 

Profecution. 1 

Efcapes into Hslland, — - 

Articles of Impeachment againft him, Abftraft of. 

His Letter from the Hagui 10 the Ear! of Pembroke. — 

FINCH, Sir Nathaniel, his Charge againft Col. John Lii- 

botime, for afperfwg the-Earl oiMancbejitr and 

the Hoafe of Peers. 

FINCH, Lard, his Petition to the Peers for Leave 

turn to England. — — 

FINES impofed upon the Bifhop arid Deans for their Pro- 
ceedings in the Convocation, Anm 1641, Ac- 
count of. — ---__ 
FIRST FRUITS end TENTHS ofBeneJieei, whenftrip- 

ped from (he S?o of Pome. — 

Court of, when firft creeled. — 

Granted again to the Pope. ■ — 

Reftoredto thlCro-.vn, yfmwiejS. — — 

FISHER, John, Bijhp of ttochrfier, his Speech againft a 
Bill for reforming the Abufes of the Clergy. — ■ 
His fmart Reply to Thoma Howard, Duke of'Nerfo/i. 
Sufpected of hold I ng CorreTpondence with Elizabeth Bar- 
ton, called tlic Holy Maid at Kent. — — 
His Letter to the Houfc of Lords on that Occafion. — 



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FISHER, Jtb*;BiJbop ofRocbtfter, refutes to take the Oath 

for renouncing the Pope's Authority. — 

Oppofe* the Fading of a Bill for fuppreffing the lefler 

Monasteries. - ■ < • 

rTTZ-ALEN, Edmund, Earl ef Arundel, one of the Com- 

mittee appointed to govern the Affairs of King 

Edward it — 

One of the confederate Lords againft Pierce Gavefim. — 
Eiecutedby the Queen's Party for hisLoyaltytotheKing. 
FTTZ-ALEN, Richard, Earl <f Arundel, reftored to hii 
Father's Honours and Eftatc. — — 
Appointed Lord-Admiral for the Well. — — 
Obtains the Reverfal of his Father's Attainder. — 
One of the Commiffionera appointed to regulate the Af- 
fairs of the State. 

His OppoGtion to the Meafures of King Richard II. 
and his Miniltry. _™ _ __ 
Oneof the Lords called Appellants, in 1383. , 
Discharged from the Office of Lord- Admiral. — 
His Complaint againft the Duke of Lancafttr. ' 

— Manner of liking the Duke's Pardon. 

Articles of Impeachment againft him, by the Lords Ap- 

pellams, in 1397. 

His Anfwer thereto. ■-■ 

Coovifled of High Treafon. 

His Sentence. — — — - 

Account of his Behaviour on his Trial. 

His Execution. ■ ■ ■ 

FITZGERALD, Thomas, Sm to the Earl of Xjldare, his 

mifchievous Practices in Inland, Account of, — 

FLEET. See Navy. 

FLEETWOOD, Sir Miles, his Speech on the Liberty of 

theSubjecl. — 

His Speech againft Bifhop Montague. — 

— Report of the Proceedings againft fome Jcfuits. 
FLEETWOOD, Lieut. Gen. his Account of the Motions 

of the Eugtijb and Scots Armies near W\ arcefti . 

His Account of the Arrival of the latter, with King 

Charles II. at that City. — — 

— Letter, intimating an Expectation of a general En- 



gagcnicnt. 



Appointed one of the Commiflionen to fettle the Govern- 
ment of Ireland. ■ 

— — — one of the Protestor's Council 



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FLEETWOOD, LieutrnMt-Gentrai, appointed Deputy- 

Lieutenant of Ireland. . 

i one of CrmwelTs Houfe of Lords. ■ 

His Letter to Harry Crmwell, concerning the Protector': 

UftSicknefa. ' — 

Appointed Commander in Chief of all the Land Forces 

in EnglandwxA Scotland. — 

" sit') CommiffioneT) for go- 



to the 



■ one of the Committee (or nominating Officers 

of the Army. — <- 

■— — - — ■ one of the Sub-Commirtee to confrder of a 

proper Form of Government. — ■ — 

His Speech to the Common Council of the City of lea- 

don, again ft the Proceedings of Gen. Moake, — 
— Conference with Mr. Wbithcki, about bringing in 

the King. 

Excepted, by the Convention Parliament, out of the Aft 

of General Pardon and Oblivion in i65o, — 
FLEMING, Sir Oliver, appointed Mailer of Ceremonies 

by the Parliament. — — 

FLEMING. StrmiRam, taken Prifoner in his Flight from 

the Battle of Wirccfter in i6ci. 

FLODDENFIELD, County ifHtrtkabtrUnJ, Battle of, 

FLOWER, Roger, E/f, chofen Speaker for the Houfe of 
Commons, at the Parliament in 1416. 
Chofen Speaker at the Parliament in 1417. 
, 14,5. 

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varded by the Commons, for bring- 
News of the Surrender of Ritlbilt 



FOGGE, Mr. how 

ing them tl 

Caftle to the rarmment s t orces. — 

FOOT, , Efq; elefled Lord Mayor nf London. ~ 

Ceremony of his being prerented to the Houfe of Com- 

monsfortheir Approbation. — — — 

FOREIGN TRADE, encouraged by an Aft. 

FOREIGN AMBASSADORS, RcfolMion of Parliament 

concerning them. ~ — 

FORESTA CHARTA granted by King Jaba to the 

Confirmed by King Henry III. in 1 22;. 



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FOREST A CHARTA confirmed by Edward I. in 1 297. 



by Edward II. in 1 3 1 5- 

Edward III. — I3J4' 

FORMA PAUPERIS, AS of, when firft appointed. - 

FORNICATION, how punifli'd by the Commons in [650 

FORTESCUE, Sirjthi, his Speech for a Subfidy in 1 59*. 

His Report from Queen Eliz/ibetb to the Commons, 

relating to unlawful Marriages. — — 

Motion far a Supply-in 1 597, — — 

FORTESCUE, Sir Nubolat, his Depofition in Favour of 

the LordTreafurer Middle/ex. — 
FOSTER, Sir Robert, Jufiice ef the Cmnuu Pitas, 

peached of High Trcafon by the Commons, and 

why. ' — 

F0UNTA1NE, Mr. Serjeant, made one of the Cora- 

millioners of the Great Seal. . 

FOWLIS, Matthias, Charge again!* him by the Lords. 
FOXE, Mr. his Remarks on the A& of Succeffion, in I 
vour of Lady Jane Seyatur. • — 

InveHives againft the Parliament, for their Proceedings 

againft Tbmas Lord Cromwell. — • 

FRANCE, Civil War there. _ 

Power of, to what principally afcribed. — — 

FRANCIS, Dtih tf Anjou, his Arrival in England, and 

Addrdles to Queen Elizabeth, Account of. 

FRANCIS, Dauphin if France, his Marriage with Mary 
Stuart, Queen Regent of Scotland. — 
— Claim to the Englijh Crown. — — 
— -Hoftilities in Confcquence thereof. — 

How diflreffed by the Englifi. 

Hit Death. 



FREDERICK, Printt, Cnunt Palatine of the Rhine, 

ricd to the Piincefs Elizabeth, Daughter of King 

James I. • ' — 

DifpoiTelTed of all his Hereditary Dominions, and by 
whom. ■ ■ 

FREE CHAPELS, Explanation of. ' — 

FRENCH WINES, when prohibited by the pommons 
from being imported into England. — — 

FROISART, Mr. his Account of the prodigious Strength 
of the Frentb Navy in 1385. — — 

FRUGALITY, a notable Inlhnce of, in the Perfen of 
Kiot; HnryV. ■ ■ — 



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Fd. 

FULTHORP, Sir Regtr , one of the Judges who 
figned the Refolutions at Nottingham In 
,387. - _ - 

Impeached on (hat Account. — — 

Charge againft him. — — 

His Anfwer. — — — — 

How replied to by ihe Commons. — — 
His Sentence. — — — 

How mitigated by the Interpolation of the Bifbops 
His Banishment to Inland. — — 

— Allowance towards the Expences of his Paf- 
fage.- — — — 

FURNIV AL, Lord Thomas, appointed one of the 
Treafurers of War in 1405. — — 
FYNES, Tbeopbilus, Earl of Lincoln, bis Excufe 
for not accepting the Lieutenancy of Lin- 
coln, offered him by the Parliament. — 
His Letter to the Peers, on being excluded their 
Houfe for not taking the Solemn League 
and Covenant. — — — ! 14 

Admitted to his Seat again. — — 

Impeached by the Commons of High Treafon. 
Discharged from Reftraint, and reftored to his 
Seat in Parliament again. — — 



GAIRE, Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, im- 
peached by the Commons of High Treafon, 
and committed to the Tower. — 

Charge againft him, Particulars of. — — 
Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Peers. - - 
His Behaviour there, and Proceedings againft 
him, Account of. — — 

Discharged from Profecutiort. — — 

— '■ — Confinement. — — 

Difabled by the Commons from bearing the Of- 
fice of Alderman in the City of London. 
GAMES, unlawful, when reftrained by an Aft, 
GARDINER, Sir Thomas, Recorder of London, 
committed to the Tower, and on what 
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GARDINER, Sir Thomas, Recorder of London, 
difplaced from his Office by the Parlia r 

merit, and why. ■ — ■ 

Appointed Sollicitor-Gcneral to King Charles I. 
GARDINER, Stephen, BljhopofWinch f ft lr ,m^z 
Lord-Chancellor. — - 

Made Prime Miniftcr to Queen Mary. 
His Briberies and Corruptions, Account of. 

— Declaration, on opening the Parliament in 

— Speech, on introducing Cardinal Pole to the 

Parliament. ■ — — 

— remarkable ExprefEon, on cutting fome 

Lines out of a Bill. — -- — 

— Speech, on opening the Parliament in 1555. 

— Sicknefs and Death. — 

GARGRAVE, Sir Thomas, elecled Speaker for 

the Commons in 1558- — — 

GARRAWAY, Henry, his Depofition againft \ 

Lord-Treafurer Middle fex for Bribery. J 
GARTER, Order of, when firft inftituted, and 

GATES, Thomas, E/q; appointed, by the Parlia- 
ment, one of the Barons of the Exchequer. 

GAYESTON,P«r«,FavouritetoPrince£<iwflr</ 
His bad Character. — — — 

Banifhed the Realm. — — — 

His Oath never to return into England. — 

— Penlion from the Crown on that Condition. 
Recalled from Banifhment. — — 
Made Earl of Cornwall. — — 
His large PoffefEons, Account of. 1 — — 
Marries a Daughter of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 

Gloncejler. — — — 

His Character by Rapin. — — 

by Dr. Brady. '— — 

Charge againft him by the Barons. — — 

Bantthed the Realm again. — — 

His Sentence confirmed by the King. — — 

— Stay in England, how threatened by the 

Prelates. — — — 

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GAVESTON, Ptirttt tent into Inland. — 
Made Governor there. — — — 

Obtains the Baton*' Affent for enjoying the Earl- 
dom of Cornwall during Life. — — 
Appears at the Parliament in 1310, and takes 
his Place accordingly. — — 

Reafona for his being recalled a fecond Time. - 
How purfucd by the Barons' Army. — — 
His fatal Cataftrophe, Account of. — — 
■ — Character by Mr. Daniel. — — 

GAYNTINGTON, a Convention of the Eftates 
of the Realm held there. — — 

GENTRY of Som*rfttjhirt, their Petition, intend- 
ed to be pretented to the Parliament, for an 
Accommodation with King CkarUs I. - 
Of Hattin£bamjkiri t their Petition, expreffing a 

Diflike to the Proceedings of Parliament. 
Lift of, who figned it. ■ — 

Of iUrtfordJbirty their Declaration in Favour of 

the King. ■ 

Of Nertbumberbmd, their Refolution, concern 
. ing the March of the Scots Army into 

GERARD, Mr. hh Sentence and Execution, on 
a Pretence of being concerned in a Plot 

agaie-ft the Protector. t 

GERRARO, Sir Gilbert, made Chancellor, of the 

Duchy-Court of Lmc*fitt. 

GIFFARD, Walttr^Arthbifaap of Turk, appointed 
one of the Regent* on the Death of King 

Henry 1U, . 

GILBERT. >**, Bijbp of Hertford, his Propo- 

fal to the Parliament in 1382. for fuppref- 

fing the Enemies of the Kingdom. — 

Made Lord-Treafurer. — 

Del ivors up the Keys of the Exchequer. 

Accepti them again. — 

GILDERSBURY, Sir Jda, chofen Speaker for 

the Common* in 1379. — 

His Petition to the King thereupon. 

Appointed one of the Committee to furvey the 

King's Houfliold. — — 



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GILDERSBURY, Sir John, chofcn Speaker in 

1380. - — 1 359 

His Requcft on that Occafion. 1 359 

GIPSIES, when baniflied the Kingdom. — j 33a 
GLANVILLE, John, Efq; Strjeant at Law, ap- 
pointed by the Common* one of their Ma- 
nagers againft the Duke of Buckingham. - 
His Narrative, in Proof of the Gxth Article of 
Impeachment againft the Duke of Buck- 
ingham. — — — 7 

— Speech in Support thereof. — ~* 7 

— Narrative in Proof of the feveoth and eighth 

Articles. — — - — 

— Speech in Support of them. — — 

— Argument for the Liberty of the Subject. — 
— - Speech againft the Lords' Addition to thePe- 

tition of Right. — — 

on the King's Warrant to theCu- 

ftomers for Tonnage. — — 

* - againft feiziog the Goods of * Par- 



liament-Man. 

Chofen Speaker for. the Commons, at the Parlia- 
ment in Jprii, 1640. — — 

Hit Chamber by Lord tkrtmio*. — — 

— Speech to the King, to be excufed the Of- 

fice of Speaker. — — 

— Election confirmed by the King. ■ ■ 

— further Speech on this Occafion. ■■■- ■ ■■■ 
Impeached of High Treaibn by the Commons, 

and for what. — — — 

Goes to Laadox., in order to make his Peace 

with the Parliament. — 

Taken up, and committed to the Tower. 

GLASCOCK, , Eft; hia Speech on a Bill 

againft profane Curling and Swearing. - 

His remarkable Chara&er of a Juftice of Peace. ! 

- of Statutes penal. 



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King's Forces in Northumberland. — 
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GLEMHAM, Sir Thomas, his Letter to the Mar- 
quis of Argjlt, concerning the March of 

the Setts Army into England. 

His Queries to the Gentry of Northumbirland, 
on this Occafion. — — — 

— fecond Letter to the Marquis. 

Made Governor of Oxford, in the room of Col. 

Ltgge. 

Goes into Scotland. >•< > ■ * • 

GLENDOUR, Owtn> his Infurreflion in Wain, 

Account of. — ■■■ — - ' 

GLOUCESTER befieged by King Chariot I. - 

Secured to the Parliament by the Earl of EJfex. 

GLOUCESTER, Statutes of, when enacted. - 

A Parliament held there in 1378. — — 

- in 1407. 



GLOUCESTER, Bijhoprick of, when firil erefl- 

ed, and by whom. 

GLYNNE, John, Ef r , his Speech, in Defence 

of the Privileges of Parliament. ■ 

His Reply to the Anfwer of the impeached Bi 

(hops at their Trial, — — — 

Appointed Recorder of London by the Parlia- 

His Speech to the Citizens there, for a fpeedy 
■! Supply for the Parliament's Army. — — 

One of the Eleven Members charged by the Ar- 
my with Mifdemeanors. — — 

Expelled the Houfe. — 

Charge againft him by the Commons, Particulars 

Refiored to his Seat in the Houfe. — — 
Appointed one of the Pari iament'sCommi (doners 

to treat wtth the King in the Ifit of Wight 

about a National Peace. — — — 

Made Chief Juftice of the Upper Bench. — 
— — ooe of the Committee to receive Cromwell': 

Scruples as to his being King. — 
His Arguments to induce his Acceptance of 7 

that Title. I 



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Par/iametttary Hijtory ^"England. 
Vol. 

GODRICKE, Thomas,BiJbopofEly, made Lord- 
Chancellor. — ■ - 

GOFTON, Francis, his Depofition againft che 
Lord-Treafurer Middlifcx, as Mailer of 
the Wardrobe. ■ 

GOODMAN, Godfrey, B'tjhop of GUuttfttr, im- 
peached by the Commons, for affifling tc 
make fome new Canons. — — 

His Plea. ■— — - 

— Refolution concerning it. — — 

— Danger from the Populace, Account of. — 
Joins in a Proteltation againft the Legality of 

Parliamentary Proceedings. — — 
Accufcd of High Treafonon this Account. — 
Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Peers. — 
His Charge by the Commons. — . - - ■ 

— Anfwcr. — — — 
Committed to the Tower. ■■ — 

GOODMAN, John, a Seminary Piieft, con- 
demned for High Treafon. <j 

Reprieved by the King. 9 

His Petition to be executed. — — o, 

GOODRICKE, Sir John, Fine impofed on him 
by the Commons, for his Rcleafement from 
the Tower, Amount of. — — 

GOODWIN, , Efyi his Speech to foften a 

Debate on National Grievances. 

His Speech, relating to Ailon, Efq; Sheriff 

of London. ■ - 

GOOD WINE, Ralph, Stcrttary UPrintt Rupert, 
his Letter, concerning fome of the Parlia- 
ment's Soldiers being executed by the 
Prince's Command. ■ — — — — 13 

GOODWIN, Sir Francis, Cafe of, touching his 
Election and Return for Knight of the 
Shire for the County of Buckingham. — 
His Letter on thatOccafion to Sir Edward Phi- 
lip;, Speaker for the Commons. — 
GOOKIN, Mr. his Account of a Debate on 1 
Bill for laying an extraordinary Tax 01 
the Royaliits, — — ■ ■ 21 54,5 

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GORING, CiUtul George, hit Confeffion of a Plot 

againft the Parliament. — 

His farther Account of this Affair. — — 

Order of the Commons concerning him. — 

Made Governor of Portfmoutb. — * 

Secures that Town for King Charles I. 

His Letter, giving an Account of the Prepara- 

lions abroad for the Service of the King 

againft the Parliament. • *-*■ — 

Intercepted, and how. — *— t- 

GORING, Lord, his Letter to his Son Gen. Go- 

ring, concerning the King's Army in the 

Impeached of High Trcafon by the Commons, 
His intercepted Letter to the Queen, concern- 
ing his EmbaJTy to the Court of Frana, &c. 
— Defeat in Sunerfet/birt by Gen. Fairfax, Ac- 
count of. i 

Takes upon him thfl Command of the Ktntijb 
Men againft the Parliament's Forces, -r- 
His Defeat, Particulars of. — 

Declared a Traitor by the Parliament 
Taken Prifoner at the Surrender of Colthe/ltr. - 
Ordered to m*dfir Caftle. — — 

Sentenced to Death by the High Court of Jufttce. 
Saved from Execution, and by what Means. — 
Set at Liberty, on his Petition to the Commons. 
GOVERNMENT, how altered by the Barons 

in 1258. ■■ — 

Debate on the Plan thereof, by CrwvMil's 1 

fecond Parliament. J 

Various Forma of, at propofed in 1659. — — r 

GRACE, Aa of, granted by King Henry IV. 

Anno 1411. ■ ' 

Granted by King Henry VIII. 1516. 

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— -, 1548. 

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Elizabeth, 1566. 

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GRAHAM, Tamti, MofoHis of Mmlroft, one of 

the Generals of the Scats Army, in 1640. 

Difgufted at the Proceedings of his Countrymen. 

His Offer for the Support of King CharUs I. — 

Charged with holding Corrcfpondence with the 

His undaunted Behaviour on that Occafion. — 

— Succefs in Scotland, on Behalf of the King, 

Account of. ■■ " ■' 

Defeated, and driven out of the Kingdom, by the 

Parliament's Forces. — 

Lands again in Scotland, and nuics Forces 
Prince CharUs. — — 

Taken Prifoner by a Party of Covenanters. 
His Sentence and Execution, Account of. — 
GRAND-JURY of thi County of Semtrfit, their 
Petition, Subftance of, to the noufe of 
Commons, againft a Treaty with the King 

in the Ifle of Wight. — 

GRANT oF Crenrwelfs third Parliament for carry- 
ing on a War with Spain. — - ■■ - 
GRANTS, from the Crown, to the Duke of 
Buckingham, Account of. — — 
GRANTHAM, Sir Thomas, committed to Pri- 
fon, for rewfing a Loan to King Charles I. 
Difcharged on the Calling a new Parliament. 
GRAVESEND, Stephen, Bifho} of London, his 
Attempt to deliver King Edward II. out 

of Prifon. 

GRAY* Elizabeth, Reliff of Sir John Gray, mar- 
ried to King Edward IV. 

GREAT-BRITAIN, when firft fo denominated. 
GREAT SEAL, Votes concerning it by the Corn- 
Votes -concerning it by the Peers. — — 
Made by Order of the Commons, Form of. - 
Ordinance of Parliament for ufing it, Account of. 
Of the King, how difpofed of hy the Parliament. 
New one made, by the fule Authority of the 
Commons, in 1648, — 



Device and Infcriptlohs thereon, Account of. — ' 18 



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one, in 1659. — - 

Infcrjptions thereon. _ 

Broken in Pieces at the Reiteration, — — 
GREEN, Sir Henry, Lord Chief Jujiice, his De 
claration to the Parliament in 1362, con- 
cerning the Caufe of their Summons. — 

His Declaration to the Parliament in 1 362, con- 
cerning the King's Pardon to his Subjects. 

Appointed one of the Juncro of Parliament in 

His Execution at Briftol by the Duke of Lan- 

tafttr y % Party. 

GREEN, John, Efq; chofen Speaker for the Com- 
mons in 1461. 

GREEN, Serjeant, appointed one of the Standing 

Council to the Houfe of Commons. 
GRENVILLE, Sir John, how complimented by 
the Commons, on his bringing them a Let- 
ter from the King at Breda. ■ 
GREVILE, Fuli, Efq; his Speech on a Bill for 

a Subiidy. 

Created Lord Brooke. 

GREVILE, Lord Broth, his Speech to the Citi- 
zens of London, on occafion of the Ki; 
refuting to grant a Safe-Condu£t to _.. 
John Evelyn, one of the Parliament's Com- 

miffioners. . 

His fecond Speech to that Purpofe. — — 
GREY, Thomas, Marquis of Dorfct, his Expe- 
dition to Spain, and Occaiion thereof. 

His bad Succefs. - 

GREY, Ladyjant, her Marriage with LardDudby 

Her Defcent. • 

Pretenfions to the Crown, and how founded 

Contdft with the Princeis Mary. — — 

Attainted of High Treafon on that Account. — 

Her untimely End. 

GREY, Lord, of Werk, his Letter for a Safe- 
Conduct to a Committee from the Parlia- 
ment to the King with a Petition for Peace. 



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GREY, Lard, of Wtrk* his fecond Letter, to the 

fame Purpofe. ■ — 

His third Letter on this Affair. — 

■ — Letter, concerning a Cefiation of Hoftili 

between the King's and the Parliame 

Armies. ■ — 

Appointed to go into Scotland, and invite that 

Nation to the Parliament's AJ&ftance againft 

the King. 

His Exciife to avoid that Embaffy, Account of. 
— - Refufal, how punifhed. — — 

Appointed one of the Keepers of the Duchy Seal 
of Lancafter. ■ - — —- 

His Letter to Sir Thomai GUmham y in Anfwer to 

one touching a Menage from the King. 
Appointed a Member of the Council of State. - 19 
His Anfwer, defiling to be excufed from that 

Truft. 19 

GREY, Anthony* Earl of Kent t one of the Peers 
who rejected an Ordinance of the Com- 
mons for the Trial of King Charles I. — 18 
GREY, Lord, of Rutben, defcrts the Parliament, 
and joins King Cbarlts I. at Tori, — - 
His Excufe for not returning purfuant to a Sum- 
Impeachment againft him on this Account, Par- 
ticulars of. 1- 

Reverial of his Sentence. — — 

GREY, Htnry, Earl of Stamford, declared a 
Traitor by the King, and why. -<- — 
Indemnified by the Parliament. • — 

His Succefs before BriM. —— — 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiffion- 
ers to attend the Payment and March of 
the S cots Army. —> "~\ t 5 

His Letter concerning this Bufmefs. ■■— — 1 15 
— fecond Letter, giving an Account of the Scats I 
Forces having quitted Horkjhin, Nru/ca/tU, 
t£c. in order to their marching home. — 15 
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GREY, Lard, Heir Apparent ft tht Earl ef Stam- 
ford, his Letter concerning the Motions In 
Ltittfttrjbirt againft the Scott, in 1651. - 
— Services to the Commonwealth, how re- 
warded. * ■■■■■ ... i . ■ 
GRIEVANCES, National, in the Reign of King 

Henry HI. Particulars of. ^ 

Made a Pretence by the Commons for refuting 

topafs a Subfidy Bill. — ■ — 5 

Complained of by them. — —m 5 

Debate thereon. ■ ■ ■ ■—■■ ■- 

Further Complaint againft them. — — 

Proceedings therein by the Peers. — 

■— .. ..-.,. . by the Commons. ■ 
Order concerning them. — ■• — 

Debate thereon. ■ ■■ - ■ 

Ordered by the Commons to go Hand in Hand 
with the Supply. -■— — — 

Recapitulated by Sir John Elliot. — — 

Debate about them by the Commons. — \ 
Further Proceedings therein. — — 

Complained of to the Commons by fundry Peti- 



Speeches concerning them. — 

Petition againft them by the Citizens of Lendom 
Recapitulated by tbe Commons. — — 

Petitions againft them. — 

Exaggerated by Mr. Pymme. — — 

Complained of by Tradefmen's Wives, and how. 10 
■ by the Inhabitants of Cleveland. !lO 
Declaration of, with their Remedies. — —10 

Debate thereon by the Peers. — ' 10 

1 ■ ■■■■ by the Commons, m 1660. — 23 

GRIMSTON, Sir Harhttlw, committed to Pri- 

fen, for refilling- a Loan to King Charles I. 

Releafed on the calling a new Parliament. — 

His Speech on Grievances. — — 

— againft Archbithop Laud. 

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RIMSTON, Sir Harbottlt, appointed one of the 
Parliament's Commiffioners to treat with 
the King in the ljU of Wight about a Na- 
tional Peace. 17 

Cbofen Speaker for the Commons* at the Con- 
vention Parliament, in 1660. ■■■■■■ 

His Addrefs of Thanks to Siijobn Grenviilc, for 
bringing a Letter from the King to the 
Commons. ■ 

— Speech to the King on arriving at Whitthall. 

• . — on presenting fom* Money-Hills. 

■ on ptefenting a Bill of Indent* 

■ on prefenting fome Bills at the 
Recefe of Parliament. — — — — 

- at the Diflblution thereof. — 



GROATS, when firft coined in England, and by 

whom. — — ■' ■ ■ !■ 

GROSVENOR, Sir Richard, his Report of the 

Proceedings of the Houfe of Commons, 

touching Popery. — — 

GUARD, appointed by the Commons to attend 

their Houfe. — — 

DifmilTed by the King. — 

Appointed by the Peers for the Security of both 

Houfes. ■ — — 

GUILD, Explanation of. — 

GUIMaRaES, Joannti, comes into England as 

Agent from the King of Portugal. — 

Manner of his being admitted to an Audience of 

the Houfe of Commons. — — 

GUMBLE, Qr. his Remarks touching the Con. 

du£r. of Gen. Mtmh, on his dettroying the 

Gates of the City of London. — — 

"u Account of the King's Entry into London on 

his Reftoration. 

GUNPOWDER PLOT, how intended to be ex- 
ecmed, and when difcovered. — 
GURNEY, Sir Richard, Lord Mayor of London, 
Impeachment .tg-i inft him, and on what Ac- 
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his Anfwer to his Impeachment. 

Farther Impeachment againft him. ■ 

Committed to the Tower. — .' 

Ordered by the Parliament to appoint a Deputy. ' 

His Anfwer. — — 

Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Peers. — ' 
His Anfwer to the fccond Impeachment againlt 

Farther Proceedings againft him at hit Trial, 7 

Particulars of. C . 

His Defence againft his firfi Impeachment. — 

his fecond Impeachment. f 

Refolutions of the Peers againft him. — — 

His Sentence. ■ ■[ 

Removed from his Office of Lord Mayor. , 

His Regalia forcibly taken from him. 

GURNEY, Thomas, an Accomplice in the Death 

of King£</war(/II. — 

Extraordinary Reward to take him offered by 

the Parliament. — — 

H 
T TABINGTON, Mr. his Remarks on the 

JL JL Settlement of the Crowri in 1470. 

His Remarks on the Bill of Attainder againft 

George Duke of Clarence. — 

HACKER, Col. his Imprifonment and Examina- 
tion, on Account of the Warrant for exe- 
cuting King Charles I. — — 
HACKETT, Dr. Archdeacon of Bedford, his 
Speech to the Commons in Favour of Deans 

and Chapters. — - ■ 

HACKWELL, ., Efy; his Speech on the 

Liberty of the Subjedt. — 

His Speech againft the Lords' Addition to the 

Petition of Right. — 

touching a Parliament Man having 

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North and South tPaJti. — 

HALBERTS, Order of the Commons concerning 

them ■ — 

HALFORD, Sir Richard-, Impeachment agauift 

him. Particulars of. — — — 

HALIBURTON, Capt. how treated by Major- 

General Lambert, in palling through his 

Quarters with Letters from Scotland for 

the Ring and Parliament. — — 17 

How treated by the Commons. ■ — — 17 

HALL, Mr. his Account of the public Relent- 

ment againit the Duke of Suffoii. — 

His Account of a Letter from the Confederate 

Lords to King Henry VI. ■■ - ■ 

of the Manner of collecting a Be 

nevolence for King Edward IV. — 

— — Story concerning it. - — 

— Obfervation on an Ail for difcharging 
■Henry VIII. from certain Debts, without 

paying his Creditors. — 

HALL, Jefepby Bijhop of Exeter, and afterwardt 
of Norwich, his Speech againft a Bill for 
retraining Bifhops, &c. from intermed- 
dling with Secular Affairs. - ■•■ — 
His Speech, in Support of the Convocation that 

made the Canons in 1640. 

Impeached for his Affiftance therein. — — 

Gives in a Plea. ■ 

His Resolution concerning it. — 

— Speech in Defence of the Church and Clergy. 

— Account of the riotous Proceedings of the 

Mob againll Bifhops. — — ■ 

Joins in a Proteftation againft the Legality of 

Parliamentary Proceedings. — — — — 
' Accafed of High Treafon on this Account. — ! 10 
Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Peers. — 10 
His Charge by the Commons. — ■■ 10 

— Anfwer. — ■ 10 

— Account of the Proteftation, and the Rea- , 

fens for lignlng it. ■ — -— 10 
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der of che Duke of GUuufttr. — — 
His Sentence and Execution. — 

HALTON, Bijbap ef Carlijli, his'Sentence againft 
the Violators of the two Great Charters. - 

HAMBLEDON-HILL, Battle #/. 

HAMBURGH, City of, their Manner of Addrefs 
to the Heufa of Commons, in 1649, — 

HAMILTON, James, Marquis ef, appointed 

Commrmoner to King Charles I. to treat 

with the rebellious Scots, — ■ 1 

His Endeavours to bring them to Obedience. — 

— Letter to Gen. Lambert, fignifying his Inten- 

tion to invade England with an Army of 

Setts, in Favour of the King. — — 

Fights the Parliament's Forces at Pre/tan, m 

His Defeat, Particulars of. — — 

— • abjeit Behaviour on being taken Prifoner. 
How fined by the Commons. — — 

Removed from his Confinement in Leicrjlerjbire 

to IVinrtJor Cattle. — 

Sentenced to Death by the High Court of Justice, 
HAMILTON, William, Duke ef, bis Letter con- 
cerning the Scots Expedition into England, 

in Augufi, 1651. 

Taken Prifoner at the Battle of Wmefl* 

His Death, Account of. — 

HAMMOND, Dr. ordered to appear at the Bar of 

the Houfc of Lords, for ufing the Service 

of the Common Prayer-Book: before the 

King. 

HAMMOND, Col Govermr eftbe Ifie ef Wight, 
his Letter to the Parliament, concerning 
the King's Arrival there, after his Efcape 
from tfampten-Ceurt. — — 

His Letter to the Parliament, concerning the 
Security of his Peifon. — ■■ ■ 

— third Letter, to the fame Purpofc. — — 
—- Letter to the Peers, definng Dirtfiion* 

about the King's Perron. — 



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HAMMOND, Col Governor of tit Ifit of Wight, 

his Letter to the Peers, concerning the 

Guard he had let over the King. — — — 16 

His Letter, touching the Security of the King's 

Perfon, and fomelnforreiftions in his Favour. 

his intended Etcapc from Ca- 



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- a Defign again* the King's 

- in JufliScation of himfclf on that Oc- 

Inftrudtions to-him front the Parliament, in Con- 

fequence of their Votes for a perianal 

Treaty with the King in the Ifit if Wight. 

His Letter, deliring an Explanation thereof. — 

■ relating to the King's Parole not to 

leave the Ifit of Wight. — 

— ■■ — ■ in Anfwer to the Parliament, touch- 

ing the King's Parole. — 

-■ . ■ ' to the Peers, inclofmg one from Lord 
Fair/ax, requiring his Attendance at 5/. 

^— ■ . relating to that General's Order for 

delivering up the Charge of the King's Per- 
ion to Col. Ewer. — 

— Orders and Inftruftions to Capt: Boaitrmm, 

Major Raiph and Capt. Hewety for the Safety 
of the Ifit of Wight and the King's Periba. 

— Letter, giving an Account of bis Journey 

towards St. Alton's, and of his Imprifon- 

ment upon the Road by the Army. — 
HAMPDEN, John, Efq; committed to Prifon, for 

refuting a Loan to King Charles I. ■ ■■■ ■■ 
Releafed on the calling a new Parliament. — 
Refines to pay Ship-Money. — — 

Stands Suit with the King about this Tax. — 
Occafions the Suppreffion of it. — — 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiffion- 

ers to attend the King in Scotland. - ■■ — .. 
to treat with the Seati about the Irifh 

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Name, with High Treafon. ■ ■ 

Secretes himfclf, and withdraws into the City. 
His triumphant Return xoWtftminfiir, Particu- 
lars of. — — — 
HARCOURT, Prince, comes into England as 
Ambaflador from the Court of France, in 
order to compofc the Differences between 
King Charles I. and his Parliament. — 
His Rem on {trance, on account of the Arreft of 

Mr. Montague in his Retinue, — 

HARE, Sir Nicholas, chofen Speaker for the Com- 
mons in 1540. — ■ 

His Speech to King Henry VIII. 

HARKELEY, Andrew, created Earl of Carlifle, 

HARLEY, , Bijhtp of Hereford, how treated 

on his Refufal to Kneel at the Mafs. — 
HARLEY, Col. Edward, one of the Eleven Mem- 
bers of the Houfe of Commons, charged 
by the Army with Mifdemeanors. ■ 
Reft or ed to his Seat in the Houfe again. — — 
HARRENDON, Sir William, one of the Officers 
under Henry le Spencer, Biihop of Nor- 
wich, in his Expedition to Flanders. — 

His Sentence for Military Mifcondudt. 

HARRIS, , Efq; his Speech on a Bill for a 

Subfidy. — — — 

His Speech againft Adultery. — - — ■■ ■ 

HARRISON, Major-General, his Letter of Ad- 
vice, concerning the March of the Stats 
Army into England. . — 

His Letter to the Commiffioners at Yuri, on that 

Occafion. 

to the Speaker, with Copies of fome 

intercepted Letters from the Sects. ■ — 

'■' ' ■ concerning the Motions of the Englijh 

and Scots Armies. — — 

— - farther Account thereof. — ■ — 

Letter, relating to the Purfuit of the Scots 

Army after the Battle of Worcefter. — 

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HARSNET, Samutl, Bijhop of Ntnoith, com- 
plained of Co the Lords by the Commons. 
Charge againft him. - — — 

His Defence. — — — 

— Complaint againft Thomas Suits. — 
HARTLIB, Mr. his Account of CromweW* R«a- 

fons for difTolving his third Parliament. 
HASILRIGGE, Sir Arthur, Accufation againft 
him by the King, Particulars of. 
His Speech in his Own Vindication. 
Secretes himfelf. — — 

Returns to Wtflminfltr in great Triumph, — 
His Account of the Seals Prifoncrs taken at the 

Battle of Dunbar. — 

Appointed one of the Commiftioners for nomi 
nadng Officers in the Army. 
- ■ one of the Council of State in 1659. 
■ one of the Commiffioners for govern- 

ing the Army. — " 

Secures Port/mouth for the Parliament againft 
the Army under General Fleetwood. — 

Informations againft him. — 

Excepted out of the Ad of Indemnity at the 

Reftoration. - ■■■ 

HASTINGS, Ralph, Efq% his Execution at fori. 

and Occauon thereof. — — 

HASTINGS, Richard, his Petition to the Parliament 

to be reftored in Blood, and to the Lands of 

bis Brother Ralph, beheaded at Tort. — 

HASTINGS, Francis, Efq; his Motion for leflen 

ing the Penal Laws. — — 

His Speech on a Bill for reforting to Church. ■ 



- for reforming Abufes. 



HASTINGS, Htnry, Eft; Impeachment againft 

him, Particulars of. — ■ ■ ■ 

Impeachment againft him of High Treafon. — 

HATTON, Chrifiaphtrs Captain of the Band of 

Ptnfioners, his Report to the Houfe of 

Commons, concerning the Discharge of 

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Ptnfuntfi, is knighted, and made Vice- 
Chancellor of Queen Elizafotb's Houfliold. 
His Declaration to the Commons, touching Or. 

Parry. ' — — ■■ ■■ 4 265, 6 

Anfwer to the 4 Commons' Ad drefs of Thanks 

to the Queen. 4 267, 8, 9 

- — Prayer irt the Hoiife. — 4 ! a6g 

Charge againft Miry Queen of Scats. — 4 284, 5 

Acquaints the Houle of Commons with the Af- 

' fair of the Spanijh Invafion. — — 

His Anfwer to a Motion for difcharging Mr. 

tftntwartb out of the Tower. — 4 319 

Made Lord-Chancellor. — — 4 320 

His Speech at the Parliament in 1588. — 4 320, 

HAVERING, SirJob« t his Speech to the Eccle- 
fiaffical Judges met n.tiTe/1 mi nil er in 1279. 
HAXEY, Thomas, CUri, condemned for High 

Treafon, and Occafion thereof. — 1 458 

His Sentence, how mitigated by the Interpofi- 

tion of the Btfhops. — 1 458 

Reftored to Blood, and the Recovery of his Ef- 
fect, by King /Wt IV. — — 
HAY, James, Earl 0/ CarMe, advifes King 
Janus I. to call a new Parliament in 1623. 
His excellent Letter to the King ori that Occafion 
Committed to the Tower, and why. — 
Joins King Charles I. at Oxford. . 
Deferts him, and returns to the Parliament. — 
Intitles himfclf to their Protection, and how. - 
HAYMAN, Sir Peter, oppofcs the Meafures of 
King Jamis I. — 
Sent into the Palatinate out of the Way. 
Sent there a fecont? Time, for refilling to part 
with Loan-Money to King Charles I. — 
His Speech, on fonie Proportions of the King for 

a Supply. — 

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HAYMAN, Sir Peter, his Speech againft Sir John 
Finch* Speaker, on his refilling to put the 
Queftion touching Si r 'John Elliot's Remon- 
flrancc. ■ — 

Summoned before the Privy Council. - — 
His Examination and Anfwers. - ■ - — 

Committed to the Tower. — — 

Profecuted in the Star- Chamber. — — 

HAYWARD, Sir John, his Account of the Cha- 
racters of the Duke of Stmtrfit, and his 
Brother the Lord Seymour, ■ 

HEATH, Nicholas, Bifiap ofRochtfter, one of the 
Committee appointed to treat of the Doc- 
trine of Chrift. — ...-■ — 

Tranflated to the See of IPtreefter. 

One of the Committee appointed to examine a 

Bill touching Hcrefies. — . — 

His Diflent to a Bill for ditlblving Chiuntries. - 

One of the Committee appointed to treat on a 

Bill for repealing certain Statutes of Trea- 

His Diflent to an Afi for Uniformity in Religion, 
■ ■ for allowing Priefts to marry 

-for ordaining Ministers by a 



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- for defacing Images. — [ 
Made Archbifhop of Tori, and Lord -Chancellor. 
His Declaration on opening the Seffion of Par- 
liament in 1558. — 1 

— Refufal to affift at the Coronation of Queen 

Elizabeth. — 

— Diflent to an A&. for reftoring the Firft 

Fmtts to the Crown. — 

— to aBill for reftoring the Supremacy. 

— Speech againft it. — — — — 

— Deprivation. — — - — — 
HEATH, Sir Robert, Attormj-Gtrural, charges 

the Earl of Brijitl with High Treafon. - 
Hit Articles exhibited againft him. — — 

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Houfes) 00 the Liberty of the Subject - 
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{*ections to the Precedents alledgcd on Be- 
ialf of the Common*, on the Liberty of the 

Subject. -- 8 14 U it 

His further Argument on the Liberty of the Sub"- 

jea. 8 30 * 47 

— Conclufion of this important Debate. — 8 67, 8- 
— - Aiifwer to a-Meftage of the Commons, con- 
cerning fome Pardons granted fey the King. 8 18 r 

■ ' 1 concerning Dr. Cojim'i Pardon. - 8 282, J 

— — Queftions to tbe Judges, concerning the im- 
prifoned Members of the Houfc of Com- 
mons. ■ ■--- — 8 356 "359 

— Information in the Star-Chamber againft 

them. - — — 8 359»3<>8 

— Argument in the Court of King's Bench 

againft thefe Gentlemen. 1 — 

— Information in the King's Bench againft 

Sir John EUitt, Mr. Holtti, and Mr. Va- 

Imtvu. • ■ ' 8 3761*378 

— Motion to over-role their Plea* — 8 378 

Made Lord Chief Juftke of the King's Bench. (3 257 
Impeached of High Treafon by the Commons-, 

HEATH, Mr. his Character *of Cromuxlh firft 

Parliament in 1653. 

HEGELEY-MOOR, in Nmbumbtrland, Battle 

HEMSWORTH, Robtrt, Efq; Aldtrma**/ Tori, 
diifi ranch ifed, by an Ordinance of Parlia- 
ment, for his Loyalty to King Cbarlts I, 13 369 
HENEAGE, Sir Thomas, his Speech- on a Bill for 

a Subfidv. • 4 389 

HENGHAM; Sir Ralph, Chief Juftsce of the 

King's Bench, how fined for Extortion. - 

- HENRY I. hisarbitrary ManncroflevyingTax.es. 

His Method of railing a Portion for bis Daughter 

Maud. ■ ■ ■-— ■ — ' 1 ' 9 

— eonftant annual Tax. — ■ 1 9 

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HENRY I. the extraordinary Occafion of his 
convening his Nobles to Landau. — 

His artful Dealing with the Nobles to fecure 
them to his Intereft. — ■ 

Speech in Confluence thereof, being the 

firft on Record from the Throne. — 

Goes into Normandy, and on what Account. 
His cruel Treatment of his Brother Robtrt there. 
Calls another Convention of the fiftat.es of the 

Realm to London. — — ■ 

His Ufage of the Clergy at this Aflembly. 
Convenes the Nobles and Barons to Sahflurj. 
TranfaSions at this Meeting, Account of. — 
HENRY II. when begun his Reign. — — 
ReAorei, by his Defcent, the antient Royal 
Saxon Line to the Crown of England. — 
Summons tbe Bifliops and Barons to tfalling- 

fard in 1 156. __ ■ 

Confirms the Charter of the Kingdom. ■ 
Convenes an Aflembly to Clertndon in 1 164. — 
His Behaviour there to the Bifhops and Clergy, 
— - Force upon Thomas a Beckti, Archbifhop of 
Canterbury, and the reft of the Prelates. 

Promotes the Murder of Btct'tt. 

Does Penance for it;' - — 

Calls a Convention to Tori in 1171. — 
Receives there the Homage of Malcolm, King 

of Scotland, and his Succeflbr William. 
Remarkable Memorial thereof. — 
Convenes the Nobles and Bifliops to attend him 

at Northampton in 1176. 

His Cane at this Meeting to have Juftice impar- 
tially administered to ail his Subjects. 
Calls a Convention to Gajntingttn in 1186, 
His Intention to carry on • War againll the 

Turks and Saracens. ' <•• — 

Drops his Undertaking. — — 

His heavy Taxes, Particulars of. r— 

HENRY III, when begun his Reit>n. 

His Kingdom, State of, at that Tinie. — 
Summons the Barons to meet him 2t London, 

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HENRY III. his I'romifc to preserve the Barons* 

Liberties. 

His Injunction to the Sheriff's, touching the Li- 

berties of England. — 

Summons the Eftatee to Northampton. —— — 
How interrupted there by a flight Rebellion. — 
His Manner of fuppreuing it. — — 

Obtains a Grant of two Shillings upon every 
Plough-Land in England. — — 

His Requital to the Barons foi this Favour. — 
Summons them to meet him at Wiftminfier. — 
His Declaration, requiring their Counfel and Aid. 
How anfwered by them. — — 

Confirms the two Great Charters granted by 

King John. 

His Command for the (tridObfervanceof them. 
Directs the Manner of levying the Tax called a 

Fifteenth. — — 

Obtains from his Barons the Wards and Mar- 
riages of their Heirs. — 
Calls an AfTembly for the Trial of Fakaciuiy the 

late Rebel. 

His Sentence againft him. --- - — 

Summons the Peers to Oxford, — — 

His Speech to them. - — . tt — 
Cancels Magna Charta y and Charta 4* 1'sujia. 
His Reafon for fo doing. ■ - -- — 

— - oppreffive Treatment of the Clergy, In- 

ftancc of. ■ ' - ■ - ■■ 

Calls an AfTembly of the Eftates to ty*ftminfttr. 
His Declaration to them, requiring a general 

HSw anfwered by the Nobles. — — 

. < — by the Prelates, b'c, - — r— 

His Proclamation againit Hubert dt Burgh, bis 

Prime Minifter. — — 

Calls a Convention of the Eftates to Lambeth. - 
Obtains an Aid from them, and to whatPurpofe. 
Requires Hubert to give in his Aniwer to .the AcA 

cufations againft htm. — — 1 1 

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Vol. 
HENRY III. his Command to the Mayor of ten- 
don for bringing him back. 

Revokes his Order, and why. — — 

Drops his Rebutment againft him, and for what 

Rcafon, ■ - ■ — — 

Makes Peter 4* Rupij/us, Bifliop of Winche/ler, 

his Favourite, — 

Commits the Wardships of the Nobility to Fo- 
reigners. - '■ '■■- ■ 
The ill Consequences thereof. — — 
Calls a Council to be held at Oxford. — •< . •• ■ 
His Command difobcyed by the Barons, and 

— Proceeding thereupon. — 
Sends out a frelh Summons for them to meet 

him at Weftminjler. 

His fpecious Promifes to induce their Attendance. 

— fecret Deftgris againft them. — — 

— fecond Summons flighted. — -7- 
How threatened by a Menage from the Barons 
His Amazement thereat. — — 

— {harp Proceedings againft them. ■ 
- — Difpofjtion, how altered. — ■ — -* 
Calls an Affembly of the Eftates to Wejlminfter. 
How menaced by the Prelates there. — — 
His meek Anfwer to them. — — 
Difcharges the Bifhop of Wincbtflir from his 

His Proceedings againft Peter de Rival. - 

■ ■ againft the Foreigners at his 

Courjt. — — 

Happy Confequence thereof, with regard to 

Calls a felect Council of Bilhops and Peers to 
Mtrton. . 

Notifies his Marriage with Eleanor, fecond 
Daughter of Raymond, Earl of Prevent, 

Convenes ihe Eftates of the Realm to Londtn. 

His Meffage to them by his Chaplain de Kelt. 

How anfwered by the Lords. — - 

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HENRY III. confirms Magna Cbarta, which he 
had before cancelled. — _^_— 

His Declaration thereupon, and good Effect oil 

the Audience. ■ ■■' 

— r Appointment of a new Council. -■ ■■■- 

— Oath adminiftered to them. — — 

— Demand for an Aid granted, and what. — 

— ufual Method to obtain a Supply, and Man- 

ner of fpending it. ■ . ■ — 

Summons the Peers to Tori. — — 

His Agreement there with Alexander, King of 

Scats. ■ .i — 

CaBs an Aflembly of the Peers to WtflmUJ\ 
His Declaration of his extreme Poverty. - 
Obtains a Supply, and what. — 
How (quantlTed away by him. — 
League agamft him on that Account, and Event 

thereof. ' — 

Summons the-Eflates to Louden in 1242. 
■ Engagement of the Barons againft htm there. — 
How anfwered by them on his Demand for Mo- 
ney. ■ " 

His artful Contrivance to gam their Intereft. — 

— Speech to the Barons of his Court, touch- 

ing a Supply. '■'-— — 
How anfwered by the whole Aflembly . - ■■■ 
His Rage, and DilTolution of the Council. 

— Anfwer to their Proteft againft his Demand 

for a Supply. — 

Calls a Convention of the Eftates to Wifimtn- 

His Requeft for a pecuniary Aid, and his Mo- 
tive to enforce it. ' — 

How anfwered by the Barons. — — 

His Reply to their Requeft for chufing a new 
Chancellor and Juftice. — — 

Manner of applying t,o the Clergy for Money. 

How anfwered by them. — ■ 

• His Government intended to be altered by the 
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HENRY III. renews Magna Charta. 
His Permiffion to the BLIhops, touching hit Vi- 
olation thereof. — 
Obtains a Supply, and for what Purpofe. - 
Meets his Barons again in 1244. — ■ 
His Demand of a Supply unanimonfly objected 

— Preparation for reducing Waltu — 

— diftrefled Condition, Account of, — 
Calls a Convention to Linden in 1246, and to 

what Purpofe. _____ 

— — another Convention to Linden in the fame 

Year. 

His Inducement thereto, and Proceedings there. 
Convenes the Nobles to London in 1 248. - — 
Urges again his Demand for Money. — — - 
How complained of on that Occafion. — — ■ 
His Promife of Amendment. — — 

— Speech againft the Rcmonftrances of the Ba- 

rons. 

How anfwercd. • ■ _____ 

His Poverty, and extraordinary Method of raifing 

Money. — ■ — — 

— opprobrious Saying of the Citizens of Len- 

Summons the Eftates to London in 1251. ■ - 

His Proceedings there againft Henry dt Bath, 

Chief Juftice of England. — — 

— Reconciliation with him, and how occafion- 

Calls an Affembly of the Nobles to Wtftminfitr 

in 1252. — — 

His Reafon For it, and Proceedings there. — — 

— Expedition into Gafeoignj, and the Succefs 

thereof. — ■ ■ ■ ■ — 

— Menage to the Barons, requiring an Aid. - 

— Danger from the Ga/cei'gnt, pretended Proofs* 

— Defign hereby fru ft rated, and how. — — 
Alfcmbles the Nobles at London, in 1254, by 

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Vol. 
HENRY {II. his Rcprefeoutiou to them of bis 

extreme Want of Money. - 

How anfcvercd. — ' ■ — 

His Difpofal of bis Son Prince Edward in Mar- 
riage. — — ■ ■ 

— Settlement on him on that Occasion. : 

Calls a Convention of the Nobles to London, on 

his Return home in 1-255. ~~ " — 
Occafion of that Meeting. ■ — . — 

His Demand for Money rejected, and for what 

Reafon. t-. . 

Meets the Nobility again the feme Year at Wtjl- 

Hii Requeft to his Brother Richard, Karl of 
Cornwall, /or a pecuniary Aid. 

— Propofal rejected, and why. — — 

— Application to the Nobles on that Head, how 

Summons them to Wtflminfttr'xa. 1257, and on 

what Occafion. - 

_„ to London in 125.8, ~— ■ 

Renews his Demand for Money. 

Complaints of the. Barons again!) him, Particu- 
lars of. ■■— 

Adjourns the Convention to Oxford. •— — 
His Agreement with them, in Consideration of a 

Supply. — — - 

—— large Conceffions jrrade to them. — ■ 

— uterine Brothers driven out of the Kingdom 

by the Barons. ■ — ■ 

— Caufe, how favoured by the Batcbelors. — 

Rupture with the. Barons. — - 

Affifted by his Brother, King of the Romans. 
Abfolved by the Pope from his Oath taken to 

fupport the Barons' Prpvifions. — 

Calls a Convention of the Nobles to Oxford in 

1263. — 

His Propofal to them for an Accommodation. - 

Agrees to leave the Decifion of the Affair to the 
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HENRY UI. his Propofal to (be Barons for an 
Accommoda tion, left to the Decifion of 
the French King* who gives an Award in 
his Favour, by difaanUliiiig the Oxford 
Piovifions. - ■■■ - ■■ 

Hit Battle with the Barons at Lewes wi Suffix: - 

— Army routed, and bintfelf taken ft iioncr, by 

Montftrt Earl of LtittfUr, — 

How treated during his Captivity. ■■ 

His Victory over the Barons, and Releafement, 

fomc Account of. -■ ■<- ■■■■- 

Summons the Eftates to Wtfinmtfitr in 1265. — 
His Proceedings againft the Citizens of London. 

— Proceedings .againft the Barons, and Adhe- 

rents of the Earl of Ltictfier, 

Calls a Convention to K$Btiw»rih in 1266. — 
His Manner of compounding with the Barons 

for their forfeited Eftates. — — 

— Engagements, touching the Oxford Provi- 

fions, revoked. ■ ■— — 

Summons the Eftates toSt. Edvtundjb*ry in llbj. 
His Reafons for that Meeting. — — 

— Demands on the Clergy for a Supply. — 
Obtains the Tenths of their Benefices, and by 

what Means. 

Calls a Convention to Marlborough in 1269. 

His Death and Burial, fome Account of. 

HENRY IV. his Aceeffion to the Throne. - 
His Declaration of Thanks on that Occasion. 

— Appointment, with regard to his principal 

Officer!i, &V. — 

— Proclamation to his Subjects thereupon. - 

— Entertainment of the Nobles and Gentry. 

— Coronation. ^— ■ ■ 

— Subfidy obtained at the Parliament in 1399. 

— Promotions of Henry his eldefl Son, P; 

titulars of. — — ■ 

— Orders, touching a new People come from 

— Revocation of the Judgment againft Sir Jbf- 

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HENRY IV. hi* Anfwers to die Petitions of the 
Commons. ' — 

Appoints John Hilland, Duke of Exeter, Gover- 
nor of Calais. . — ■ ■■ ■ ■ — 

Hit Seizure on the Lands, &c. belonging to Wil- 
liam UScrapiy late Earl ofWiu/hr*. 

— kind Menage to the Clergy met in Convo 

Declared againft by the Frtncb King, on account 

of the late Revolution.' — 
His Embafly to France, in order to excufe the 

, Matter. 

— - Envoys, how ignotninioufly treated. — 

Calls a Council of Peers to Wtftminfttr, in 1400, 

' on that Occafion. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ 

His Expedition againft the Sals, and the ReaJbn 

thereof. — 

— - Difturbances at home, Account of. — — 
Summons a Parliament to Ytri in 1400. — 
■ , ■ — _—■ — - — ..■ — to Weftminfler in 1401, 
His Anfwers to the Petitions of the Commons 

at this Parliament. — — 

— — Subfidy obtained this Seflion. — 

— Pardons, on account of a Confpiracy againft 

him, Particulars of. ■ — ■ 

How complimented for his Clemency to Hrnry 

It Spenftr, Bifhop of Ntrwicb. — — 
Permits the Burning of William Sawtrt, Clerk, 

convicted of Herefy, — 

Summons a Parliament to Wtftminfttr in 140a.- 

, , i n 1403. 

His Succefs m Wales, Inland, and Scotland. — 

— extenfive Subfidy obtained at this Time. — 
- — Invitation to the Commons on that Account. 

— Reply to a Remonftrance againft him by 

fome difcontented Lords. — — 

— Battle with them, and Succefs therein. — 
Marches his Army againft the Earl of Nertbum 

His Agreement with him. — — 

Calls a Parliament to lViftminf.tr in 1404. — 



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HENRY IV. hU ClcmenCy to the Earl of North- 

kmberhtni. — — ^^— 

His Removal of fundry Officers belonging to hii 

Houfhold. ' —— 

i farther Regulations therein, at the Inftance 

of the Commons. — — — ■ 

— Declaration, touching the Indemnity of fun- 

dry Perfons concerned in the late Infurrec- 
tion, ' ' 

Re-annexes the EhjchyofG»nreja//to the Crown. 

His Grant to his Queen in Consideration of her 

>— to Edward Plantogintt, Duke of York 

Calls a Parliament to LitchfitU in 1405, and the 

Occafion thereof. — ■ 

His Subfidy obtained there, and for what Pur- 

— Manner of tampering with Elections for 

this Parliament. — — — ■ 

How addreffed by the Commons to feize the 

Revenues of the Clergy. — — 

His Anfwer, touching his Opposition to that 

— ,. . to the Petitions of the Commons. 

Summons a Parliament to Wtflminfitr in 1406. 
His Subfidy at that Seffion. — — 

■ — Anfwer to Sir ftbrn Tibtttt'* Propofal for 

fome Regulations in the State. ■ 

Obtains an Ait for entailing the Crown on his 

Male Heirs. - 

His Charge to the Parliament, concerning evil 

Government. — 

Cotifents to a Repeal of the Aft of Settlement, 
Obtains an A& for fixing the Crown in general 

Tail. 

His Allowance of Regulations in Government, 

propofed by the Commons, Particulars of. 

— Grants to Sir John Ttbtttt. 

Summons a Parliament to GUucefler in 1407. 
His Subfidy procured there. — 

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HENRY IV. calk & Parliament toWe/hmnfitr 
in 1410. — 1 — 

His Cha rgc to the Commons, touching their Be 
haviour in the Houfe. — - — 

— — Order, with refpect. to Foreigners. — '• — 

— Rebuke of the Commons, and Occafion 

thereof. :, „ .,■■■ . 1 ■■ 

Refufcs his Aflent to a BiH, concerning eon-rifted 

Clerks. 

Sufpicions of him, as to his favouring the Doc- 
trine of Wickliff. 

Signs a Warrant for burning Themes Badby, 
convicted of Herefy. — — — 

How obliged by a Grant of this Parliament. — 
His tranquil State, Account of. — — 

Calls a Parliament to Weftminfter in 1411. — 
His Subfidy obtained there. — — 

— general Pardon to his Subjects. — — 

— Death. 1 ■ 

HENRY V. hiaAcceffion to the Throne. — 

His Speech on that Occafion. — 

Summons a Parliament to WtfiminfUr in 1413- 

Difchargea his Father's Debts. — ■ 

His Subfidy obtained this Seffion, Account of. 

— Anfwer to the Petitions of the Commons. 
Supprefles an Infurrection of the Lollards in and 

about London. — . - - " 
Summons a Parliament to Leitefitr in 1414. - 
His Redrefs of Grievances in Shropjbirt, Ac- 
count of. ' 

Enters into a War with France. ■ - 

Creates his Brother John, Duke of Bedford. — 

■ 1 Humphry, Duke of Gbueefttr. 

■ Richard Plantagenet, Earl of Cambridge. 

Summons a Parliament to Wtftminfttr in 1414. 
How fupplied for the French War. — ■ — 
Re tores Henry Percy, Son of Henry Hat/pur, to 

his Title and EOate. — 

Confirms to John Duke of Bedford, and to his 
Heirs Male, the Cattle, Earldom, and 
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HENRY V. creates Richard Plantagontt Duke 

t&York. — 

His Preparations for invading Franc*. 

Takes Agincourt. —- - 

Hit Character in Military Conduct. 

— Return to England, and triumphant Entry 

into London. t ■ ■ - 

Summons a Parliament to Wtflminfitr in 1415. 
His Anfwers to the Petitions or the Commons. 
Summons a Parliament to Woftminfior in 1416. 

His Supply for the War. — 

Pawns his Crown and Jewels for that Purpofe. 
His general Pardon to his Subjects. — — 
■ — League with Sigifmund, Emperor ofGermany, 
Creates Thomas Beaufort, Earl of Dorfil, Duke 

of Exeter. '- — 

His Penfion allowed on that Occafion. 
Appoints Sir John Ttbttot his Refident at the 

Imperial Court. — 

His Proclamation for railing Soldiers. 

— Invafion of Normandy, and Succefs there. - 
Makes John Duke of Btdferd Regent of England 

during his Abfence. ' — — — 
His Subfidy for carrying on the War. 

— Proclamation and Reward for taking Sir 

John OlAcaftU. 

— Conquelb in Normandy and Franco, Account 

Concludes a Peace. — 

Marries Catharine, Daughter of Chariot the Sixth 

King of Franco. • - — 

Declared Regent and Heir Apparent to that 

Crown. ■ ■ ■ ' — 

Returns to England. — 

Calls a Parliament to Wtflminftor in 14a 
His Speech on opening the Seffion. 

— Subfidy granted by the Parliament. 

— annual Rents, Amount of. — 
Pawns his Crown, and for what. — — 
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Vol. 

HENRY V. his Subfidy from the Laity,, at the 
Parliament in Dectmbtr* 1421. 
His Subfidy from the Clergy. ■■ 
Death and Character. — 

HENRY VX. his Acceffion to the Throne. — 

His tender Age at that Time. — 

Proclaim' 6 King of Prance ami England in Paris, 

His Stile and Titles. 

»— Motto on all his Seals. — ■ ■ 

— Guardians appointed to take Care of his 

Perfon and Education. — 

Carried to the Parliament- Houfe on Horfeback. 
How placed there. — — 

Knighted by the Duke of Bedford, Regent of 

Creates Henry Plantagenet, Earl of Cambridge, 
Duke of York. 

Reflores John Lord Mowbray, Earl Martha), to 
the Title of Duke of titrftlk. — — 

His Coronation and Admittance to* the Regal 
Dignity, Account of. — ■ 

— large Subfidy granted by Parliament in 1429. 

— Indemnity to Henry Beaufort, Bifllop of 

ffimhtfitr, 

— farther Subfidy obtained at this Time. — 

Goes to Paris. ■ ■> 

His Coronation there. — ■ 

— Subfidy and a Land-Tax granted by the 

Parliament in 1431. — — — — 

— - Return to England, and pompous Entry 

into London. — — — 

Calls a Parliament to Wtfiminfttr in 1432. — 
His Subfidy obtained there. — ■ ■ 

Creates Sir John Cornwall, Baron of Fannboppe. 
His Anfwers to the Petitions of the Commons. 
Gives up the Land-Tax. — ■■ ■ 

Calls a Parliament to Weftminfier in 1433. — 
His Subfidy, and a Vote of Credit obtained there. 
Calls a Parliament to Wefiminfiir in 1435* — 
His large Supply at this SeiEon, Particulars of. 
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HENRY VI. Subfidies granted him at the Parlia- 
ment held at fPeflminflir in 1+36. — 
His Grant to the Duke of G/ K«/?.?r. — — 

— general Pardon of Treafons, &c. — — 
Summons a Parliament to Wtflmlnfltr in 1439. 
His Subfidies at that Time. — 

— Anfwers to the Petitions of the Commons. 

— Grant to Cardinal Luxtnburg. ' — — 
Calls a Parliament to Wejlminfter in 1442. — 

. in 1445. — 

His Marriage with Margaret, Daughter to the 

King of Sicily. — ■ ■ 

— Supply granted him. — - ■ . , ... 

— Peace with Charles VII. King of France. 
Creates miliam de la Pale Marquis of Suffolk. 
His Grant, for the Erection and Endowment of 

Eaton College. 

of 

King's College, Cambridge. 

Creates William d* la Pole Duke of Suffolk. 
His Bounty to that Nobleman, in Support of his 

new Dignity. — 

Summons a Parliament to St. Edmunjbury in 1447 
His eafy Difpofition, fome Account of. ■ 
Summons a Parliament to Wejlminfter in 1449. 
Supply granted him there, Particulars of. — 
Hii Lofs of Normanay, and the Caufes thereof. 
Calls a Parliament to meet at Leicefitr in 1450. 
HU Summons difobey'd, and the Reafons thereof. 
Calls a Parliament to Wefiminfttr the fame Year. 
Prorogues it to London, and on what Account. 
His Adjournment thereof to Wefiminfitr. — 

— ■■ to Leicejier. 

— Subfidy obtained there, Particulars of. 
Appoints John Ktmpe, Archbiihop of York, 

Lord -Chancellor. ■ ■ - 

His Banifbment of the Duke of Suffolk. — 

Calls a Parliament to Wejlminfttr in 1451. — 
His great Want of Money, how fupplied there. 

— Servants, requeued by the Commons to be 

difcharged, Lift of. ■ 

— - mild Anfwer. — 

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HENRY VI. fupprcffes an Infurrcc'tion in Kent. 

His Licence for finding gut the Philofopher' 

Stone, Form of. — — 

— Disturbance by the Duke of Tort. 

— - Preparations to oppofe him. — 

Accommodates the Matter, and how. — 

Calls a Parliament to Reading \n 1453. — 

Subfidies granted him there, Particulars of. - 
Archers voted for his Service,. Number of. — 

His Prorogations of this Parliament. 

— — Form of Thanks to the Commons for their 

farther Grant. — 

Appoints the Duke of York Prefident of his Coiin- 

His Sicknefs, and the Joy on his Recovery. — 
Makes the Duke of York Protector of the Realm. 
His Settlement an his Son Prince Edward, — 
Creates him Prince of Wales and Earl of Cbe/ler. 
His Settlement on the Queen. - 

— » Promotion of his Half- Brothers, Edmund 

and Jafper Tudor. 

Appoints the Duke of York Governor of Calais. 

Taken Prifoner by the Duke. 

His Treatment on that Occafion. ' 
Calls a Parliament to Wejlmtnjitr in 1455. 
Declares the Duke of York innocent. ■ — 
Makes him again Protector of the Realm. ■ — 
His Revocation of the Duke's Power, and Dif- 

pofal thereof. ■ 

— farther Grant to Prince Edward. — 
frdh Disturbances by the Duke' of York. 

— — Victory over the Duke's Army, and Manner 
of acquiring it. ■ ■ ■ . -- 

Calls a Parliament to Coventry in 1460. 

His Prerogative, how favoured by an AA there. 

Remarkable Inftance of his Clemency fbewn at 
this Parliament. — 

His Engagement with the Duke's Party at Nor- 

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HENRY VI. calls a Parliament to JVtftminfttr, 
in 1461, at the Inftance of the Confede- 
rate Lords. — — - 

His Confent to the Award of that Parliament, 
concerning the Duke's Claim to the Crown. 

— Grants to the Duke, in Confequence thereof. 

— Agreement with him, Particulars of. . — 
■ — Proceffion to St. Paul's on that Occafion. - 
Regains his Liberty by the Queen's Conduct, - 
His Defeat at Towton. — — - 

— Efcape into Scotland. — — 

— Defeat at Hexham. — . 1 ■ 
Taken Prifoner in Lancojhire. — — 
Ignominious Manner of conveying him to London. 
Committed to the Tower. . ■ - - 
His Releafement, and Reiteration to the Crown- 
Calls a Parliament to Wiftminfttr in 1470. — 
His Proceedings there, and Remarks thereon. - 
Taken Prifoner at the Battle of Barnet. 
His Death. — 

HENRY VII. proclaimed King of England at the 
Head of his Army. — 

His Title to the Crown, on the Death of Ri- 
chard III. 

Calls a Parliament to Wtfiminfter in i486. — 

Creates Jafper dt Hatfield, Earl of Pembroke, 
Duke of Bedford. — 

Thomas Stanley, Earl of Dirby. — 

— ■ Edward Courtney, Earl of Devon. - 
Procures the Crown to be entailed upon himfelf 

and his Heirs. ■ 

His Proclamation, offering Pardon, on certain 

Conditions, to all thole who had taken up 

Arms againft him. - — — 

Creates the Lord Chandois Earl of Bath. - 

■ Sir Giles Daubeney, Lord Daubenej. — 

■ Sir Robert tPilloughbj, Lord Brooke. - 
Refiores Edward Stafford, eldeft Son to Henry 

Duke of Buckingham, to his Dignities and 
Pofteffions. — — 

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and Laity, Particulars of. — — 

Appoints 2 Guard of 50 Archers about his Per- 

Marries the Priricefs Elizabeth, eldeft Daughter 

to King Edward IV. — ■ — 

Supprefles an Infurreflion, headed by Lambert 

Shnnel^ a Baker's Son. — : 

Takes Srmnet Prifoner, and dooms him to be a 

mean Servitor in his Kitchen. — — 
Calls a Parliament to Wejlminfier in 1488. — 
His Affiftance of the Duke of Britaittt againft 

the French King. — ' ■ 

— Supply for a War with France. . — — 
Supprefles a Rebellion laifed in the Northern 

Counties. — r — 

, Calls a Parliament, Anna 1489. — — 

His Laws made this Selfion, Abftrad of. — 
Summons a Parliament to Weflmlnjler in 1492. 
His Speech at opening the Sefllon. — — 
Enters into a War with France. — — 

Raifes vaft Sums of Money by a Betoevolencc. 
Lands at Calais, and be lieges Bulloign. — 

His Peace with the Trench King, and the Condi- 
tions thereof. — - 
Calls a Parliament to Wejlminjler In 1497. — 

■ 1498. — 

His Speech there, concerning the Impo'fture of 
Ptrkin Warbeck. — 

— Subfidy obtained this Seffion. — 
Supprefles an Infurrection in Cornwall. 
His Treaty of Marriage hetween Prince Arthur 

and the Princefs Catharine, Daughter to 

Ferdinand, King of Spain, - ■ — — 

Refufed this Match, and on what Account. 
His infamous Method of removing the Ohftacle. 
Concludes the Marriage of his Son Arthur. — 
Marries his fecond Son Henry to Prince Arthur*! 

Widow. . 

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HENRY VII. call* a Parliament toWtflmlnft, 

Amu 1 505. 

Demands a Subfidy for the Dowry of his Daughter 
Margaret t married to James IV. King of 

Scrti. — . — 2 444 

His Death. — 1— 2, 447 

— Character. . — 2 448 

HENRY VHI. his AccefBon to the Throne. — 3 
Calls a Parliament to Wejlminjler in 1509. — 3 
Obtains the Grant of a Subfidy. — — 3 

Diilolvea (his Parliament, and calls another to 
Weftminjler in 15 iq, op account of a Quar- 
rel between Pope Julius II. and Lewis XII. 
King of France. ■ - — 3 

Efpoufes the Caufe of the Pope, and proclaims 

War again ft France. ■ — — 3 

Orders one Nrwhelt, Yeoman of his Guard, to 
be banged in the Palace- Yard for Murder. 
Sends Thomas Howard, Earl of Surrey y with an 
Army into Torijhire to protect the Northern 
Parts of the Kingdom againft the Scots. - 3 
Calls a Parliament taWeftminfltr in 1512. — 3 
Obtains a Subfidy and aPoll-Taz at this Parlia- 
ment. ■ ■ ■ ■- — 
Goes with an Army into France, wins the Bat- 
tle of the Spurs, and takes the City of Tour- 

Obliges the Citizens of Tourney to take an Oath 

of Allegiance to him. — 

Concludes a Peace with France. — 
Summons a Parliament to Weflminjier, Anne 

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Continues this Seffion to April, 1515* and pro- 
rogues the Parliament to November, 1516, 

%\.WeftminJler. r 

Panes an A& for a general Pardon. — — 
Confers the Dignity of Knight of the Garter on 

Thomas Nevile, Efq; — 
Diflblves the Parliament. — 
Pafles his Time in fenfual Pleafures and Indo- 
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HENRY VIII. writes a Treatlfe in Defence of 

the Pope's Authority, — 

Obtains the Title ot Fidti Deftnfar on this Oc- 

His arbitrary Means of railing Money. 

Calls a Parliament to London, Anne 1523. — 
Obtains an extraordinary Grant from the Clergy. 

— ' a Subfidy from the Commons. ■ 

His remarkable Behaviour to Edward Montagu:, 
Elqj for oppofing his Demands for a Sup- 

— violent Proceedings to ratfe Money. ■ 
Drops his Proieft, on account of the Murmurs of 

htS Subjects. ' - — — 

Raifes Money by a Benevolence. — 

Determines to divorce Queen Catharine. — 
Summons a Parliament to Wtftminfttr t Anno 

1529. — — 

His Anfwer to the Speech of Thomas Audley, 

Efq; Speaker for the Commons. • 

— Orders concerning Cardinal Walfey. 

Panes an Aft for a general Pardon to his Sub- 
Applies to Pope Clement VII. for a Confirma- 
tion of Queen Catharine's Divorce. — 

Pafles an Aft of Pardon to his Subjects on the 
Priemmire. ■ ■ 

His Anfwer to a Remonft ranee of the Commons, 
touching the Exactions of the Clergy. — 

Pafles an Aft to prohibit his Subjects from be- 
queathing their Lands. — ■ — 

Obtains from theCommons 2 Grant of a Fifteenth 
for the Defence of the Northern Borders. 

Forbears to cohabit with his Queen. — — 

Exhorted by the Pope to take her again. — — 

Apprized of a Motion in the Houfe of Commons 
, to petition him for that Purpofe. " 

Sends for their Speaker, and pleads Confcience 
for his Refufal. — — 

Divorces Queen Catharine, a Men/a et There, for 



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Confirms a former Act. againft the Payment of 

Annates to the Pope. — — 

Pafles an Aft to forbid the Payment of Ptter- 

Ptnct. - — - — 

of SuccefEon in Favour of Ann Bo- 

Obliges his Subjects to fwear to it. 

Declared Supreme Head of the Church, by an 

A£t in 1535. - 

Pafies an Adt for a general Pardon. — — 
Obliges the Clergy to renounce the Pope's Au- 
thority. ■ ■ 

Pafles another Act of Grace this Seffion. 
Diflblves the letter Monasteries in 1536. ■ 
Seizes on their Revenues. — ■ — — 

Erects a Court of Augmentations for this Puvpofe. 
Commands Ann Boltyn, his Queen, to be execu- 
ted for Inceft and Adultery laid to her 

Diflblves this Parliament, and calls another to 

Wtflminjltr^Anna 1537. 
Marries Lady Jan* Stjnmtr. — 

Receives a Propofal from Pope Clement for an 

Accommodation. — — — 
Rejects it, and procures an Aci to abolifh the 

Papal Power in England. — — 
Diflblves this Parliament after a Seffion of fix 

Weeks. ■ — 

Perfuaded by his Prime MinifterCrMHWJ*//"to feize 

on the larger Abbies and Monalleries. — 
Calls a Parliament to IVtftmtnflir for this Pur 

pofe, in 1540. ■ — 

Diflblves the greater Monalleries, Abbies, &c 

and feizes on their Revenues. - . ■ ■■ 

Erects fix new Bilhop ricks, and endows thorn 

with Part of the Revenues taken from the 

Monafleries. ■ ■ — 

Lofcs Queen Jane, who died in Child-bed. 
Marries Ann of Clevt, Sifter to John, Duke of 

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HENRY VIII. diflikei his Match wkWmofCArw, 
and contrive* Means for another Divorce. 

Prorogues the Parliament to Jpril, 1541. — ' 
Obtains a Subfidy from. the Clergy and Laity this 

Scfijon. 

Supprefles the Order of St. John of Jtrufai 
Receives a Propofal from the Parliament, with 

relation to his hit Marriage. — 
His Anfwer. ■ ■ ■ — —~ 

Divorced from Aim of Cltvt, by a Sentence of 

the Clergy. ■ — 

Marries Catharine Howard, Niece to the Duke 

Of Norfolk. — — — 

Paffes an Ad of Grace, and diflblves the Parlia- 

Supprefles a Rebellion in Terkjhirt, under the 

Condufl of Sir John Newle. 

Makes a Progrefs into that County. — - 

Returns to Lena'oi, and receives Information of 

his new Queen's lncontincncy. --— 

Calls a Parliament to Weftminfttr on this Occa- 

fion, in 1542. — — " ■ — 

Caules Queen Catharine to be attainted of High 

Treafon and executed. — — 

His Speech, on account of the Proceedings of the 

Houfe of Commons, touching the Aneft of 

one of their Members. ■ ■ - ■■ ■ 

Claims Homage and Fealty of Jams V. King 

of Scotland. ■ ■ i 

Declares War againft him. — — 

Obtains a Subfidy from the Clergy and Laity. 
Enters into a War againft France. — — 
Marries Lady. Catbarint Parr, Widow to Lord 

Latimer. __ — ,. , ■ 

Afluines the Title of King of Ireland. — ■ — 
Paffes divers Acts by Commiffion, and diffolves 

the Parliament. - — 

Makes Preparations for carrying on the War 

againft France and Scotland. — — 
Takes Edinburgh, and lays it in Afhei. ■■— 



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HENRY VIII. tranfports * powerful Army toi 
Calais, and goes in Perlbn to conduct the 

- War againft France. — ■ ■■ ■ — 

Raifes Money for this Purpofc by mean Ways. 

■ - — — ■ by a Benevolence. 

Calls a Parliament ro Wefimin/ter, Anne 1 546. 
Obtains a Subfidy from the Clergy. — *— 
His lingular Speech to this Parliament. — 

Saves the two Univerfities of Oxftrd and Cam- 
bridge from Diflblution. — — 
Caufes a Bill of Attainder againft Thttnas Duke 
of Ntrfb/A, and Henry Earl of Surrey. - 3 

Psfles the Bill by Commiffion. — 3 

His Sicknefs and Death. — — — - 3 

— Character, relating to his Conduct with his 

Parliament. — . . 

HENRY IV. King of France, aflaffinated in his 
Coach in open Day- Light. — — 

HENSHAW, Benjamin,-hvi Depofttion againft the 
Lord-Treafurer Middlefix-, as Matter of 
the Wardrobe. — 

HEOVAR, Mr. his Letter concerning the Beha- 
viour of Col. Axtill, at the Trial of King 
Charles L ■ — 

HERBERT, Lord, his Obfervation on the arbi- 
trary Methods of railing Money by Hen- 
ry VIII. 

His Account of a Debate in the Houfe of Com- 
mons, concerning a Supply in 1523. 
■ — Remarks on the Act of Succeffion in Fa* 

of Lady "fane Seymour, — - — 3 

— Abftrafl of the Cbarader of Henry VIII. - 3 
HERBERT, Edward, Efy% appointed one of the 

Managers for the Commons againft the 

Duke of Buckingham. — — 

His Speech in Support of the three firft Articles 

of Impeachment againft him. — 

— Report to the Commons of the Lord* Keeper's 

Speech, at a Conference between a Com- 
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HERBERT, Philip, Earl if Pembroke, his' Advice 
to King Charles I. concerning the Bill of 

Attainder againft Lord Strafford. 

Removed from the Office of Lord- Chamberlain 

of the Houfhold. 1 ■ — 

His Speech to the Citizens of London, on occa- 

fion of the Battle of Edge-Hill. — 

— farther Speech to them on this Affair. — 

Speech to them, for a fpeedy Supply for the 

Parliament's Army. — ; — 13 161, 2 

Charged with fending Money to the King 

Oxford. 

His Requeft to the Peers on this Occafion. ■ 
Depofitions againft him, touching this Affair, 
Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiffion- 
ers to receive the King from the Scats Ar- 
»my, and conduct him to Holdenby. — 

, to attend the King at Hampton-Court with | 

Propofitions of Peace. 16 287 

__ ChanceiIoroftheUniverfityofO;r/orJ 16 318 

' one of the Parliament's Commiffion- 1 j 
ers to treat with the King in the Ijtt af\ 

Wight about a National Peace. 17 436 

One of the Peers who rejc&ed an Ordinance of j 

the Commons for Trial of the King. — 18 492 
Procures himl'elf to be chofen Knight of the Shire 
for the County of Berks, and took his Seat 
in the Houfe of Commons accordingly. - 
Appointed one of the Commiflioners of the Navy 
HERBERT, Lord Philip, elected Member of the 
Houfe of Commons for the County of * 
Glamorgan. — — — r J 19 

Succeeds his Father, as Earl of Pembroke, in 
1649, but continues to fit in the Houfe of 
Commons- ■ — 

Appointed Cujlas Rotulerum for the Counties of 
• Derby and Wilts. -— 

'HERBERT, Lard Pawys, his lamentable Condi- 
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HERBERT, Edward, Attorney- Gentral, his Ac- 

cufation, in the King's Name, againft Lord 

Kimiallon, Denz.il Holies, "John Pymme, 

John Hampden, Efqrs. Sir Arthur Hafsl- 

rigge, and William Strode, Efq; — 

His Requeft to the Peers on this Occafion. — 

Required to juftify himfelf for his Proceeding in 

this Affair. ■ 

His Anfwer: — — 

— Examination and farther Anfwer. — — 
Impeachment againft him on this Account. — 
His Anfwer to it. - ■- — 

Proceedings againft him at his Trial, Particulars 

of. 

His Defence by Counfel. — 

■ , . — - by himfelf, in Point of Privilege. 
Sentence againft him. — -■ 

Difcharged from Prifon. — — 

HERBERT, Lord of Cherbury, his Speech at 
Meeting of the Peers at York. — 
How cen fared by the Parliament for objecting 

to Tome Refolutions. — 

Leaves the Houfe of Peers, and goes to the King 

a t York. _ 

HEREFORD, City of, taken by the Parliament': 

Forces — — 

HEREFORD, Earl of ". See Boh un. 
HEREFORD, Duktof. See Bullingbroke. 
HERESY, Statut* of, when enacted, and on what 

Occafion. " 

HERTFORD, County of their Petition to the 
Commons, for a Reformation in Church 
and State. ■ — 

Their Petition to Sir Thomas Fairfax, defiring 
that the Army might not be dtlbanded un- 
til! the Redrefs of fundry Grievances. — 
HERTFORD, Earl of See Seymour. 
HERTFORD, Earl of. See Seymour, Edw. 

and William. 
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fon for refufing a Loan to King Charles I. 7 
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HEWSON, Col. his Succeft againft the Irifl Re- 
bels, in 1650, Account of. — — 
His Letter to the Commons, of their Army's fur- 
ther Succefs in Ireland. — ■ ■ - 
-— Account of the State of that Kingdom in 

HEXHAM, Battle of. 

HEYLE, , £fy; Serjeant at Law, his r< 

markable Speech on a Bill for a Subfidy. 
HEYL1N, Dr. his Obfervation on a CJaufe in the 
Act of Succelfion in Favour of Lady J*. 

Seymour. - ■■-■ 

His Obfervation on the Sentiments of the firft 

Parliament of Edward VI. — 

— — Parallel between the Duke of Stmerfet and 

his Brother the Lord Seymour. — — 

— - Account of an Act relating to the Marriage 

of Queen Mary. ■■ — — 

HIDE, Laurence, Efq; his Speech againft Mono 

polies. ' ' ■ '■ —— 

HIQHAM, C/ement, Efq; elcfted Speaker for the 

Commons in 1554- — 

His Speech on this Occafion. — 

HIGHAM, Sir John, his Motion in the Houfe of 

Commons, for discharging Mr. Wndwtrth 

out of the Tower. — — — — 

HIGH COMMISSION-COURT, when firft 

ereaed. 

When aboliftied by Parliament. — — 
At Yorky Refolution of the Commons againft it. 
Speech againft it by Edward Hyde, Efq; after- 
wards Lord Clarendon, — — 
Refolutions of the Peers againft it. — — 
HIGH COURT tfjuftice, erefted by the Com- 
mons for trying King Cbarlet I, — 
Ereflcd within the Cities of Lendon and Wtft- 
minfier.' - ■■■ -■ ■ ■■ 
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HOBART, Sir Miles, fummoned before the Privy 

Council for his Miffeehaviour in the Houfe 

of Commons, -■■ ■ ' ; — 

His Examination and Anfwer. — — 

Committed to the Tower. — — 

Profecuted in the Star-Chamber. — — 

Brought before the Court of King's Bench upon 

a Habeas Corpus. — — 

His Resolution there. — ■■ ■* — 

Removed to a different Prifon. — — 

Offers to give Bail. — -~ " 

Refutes to find Sureties for his good Behaviour. 

Committed to the Tower again. — * 

His Sentence. ■■■■ - 

HOBBES, Mr. his Sentiments on the Charge 

againft the Scots of felling the King. — 

HOBBY, Sir Thomas, his Speech onlmprifonment. 

His Report, concerning fome Popifti Priefts re- 

leafed out of Newgate. — - 

— : from Lord Chief Juftice Hyde, of 

the Proceedings againft them. — 

HOBBY, Sir Edward, his Speech againft Mono- 
polies. — ' 
HOCH-TUESDAY, Meaning and Antiquity 
thereof. ■ ■ — — ' ' " ~ 

HOCKWELL, , Eff j his Speech on Impri- 

" fcnment. . 

HODDEN, Captain, his Information, relating 

great Difturbances at Exeter. — — 

HOLLAND, John, Earl of Huntingdon, made 

Lord- Admiral. 

Made one of the Council of Peers held by King 
Richard 11. at Nottingham, in 1397. — 

Created Duke of Exeter. — 

One of the Committee, on whom the Authority 

of Parliament was delegated in 1398. — 

HOLLAND, Thomas, Earl of Kent, one of the 

Lords Appellants at Nottingham in 1397. 

Created Duke of Surrey. — 

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HOLLAND, Thomas* Earl o/Ktat, Proceedings 
againft him for Actions done in the twenty- 

firft of Richard II. — 

HisAnfwer. . — — ■ 

Sentence againft him. — 

' Reftoied to his Honours and Eftatei. — — 

His Vindication of the Duke of Albtmarlt, con- 
cerning the Murder of the Duke of Glow 

Proceedings againft him, on account of a Plot for 

reftoring King Richard. 

HOLLAND, John, Duke of Exeter, Proceedings 
againft him, for Actions done in the Par- 
liament of the twenty-firft of Richard II. 

His Anfwer thereto. — — 

Sentence againft him. —— — 

Reftored to his Honours and Eftates. 

Made Governor of Calais. — ■ — 

Proceedings againft him, on account of a Plot 

for reftoring King Richard. — 

His fatal Cataftrophe. 

HOLLAND, Sir John, his Speech on National 

Grievances. 

HOLLES, Jtbity Earl of Clare, deferts the Par- 
Jiamcnt, and joins the King at Oxford. 
Diffatished with his Reception there, and efcapes 

to his Seat in Nottingham/hire. 

Intitles himfelf to the Parliament's Protection, 

and how. 

HOLLES, Dena.il, E/q; his aftonifhing Behaviour 
to Sir John Finch, Speaker. — 

Summoned before the Privy Council. 

His Examination and Anfwers. ~< 

Committed to the Tower. 

Profecuted in the Star-Chamber. — - 

Brought before the Court of King's Bench upon 

a Habeas Corpus. — — 

His Refolution there. 

Removed to a different Prifon. ■ — 

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HOLLES, Dmxil, Efy; committed to the Tower. 8 376 
Information again ft him in the King's Bench. 8 376/0378 
His Plea. — — — 8 378 

— Cafe argued in the King's Bench. . — 8 381 to 388 

— Sentence. - — - . — — — 8 388 
■ — Speech, on prefenting to the Lords a Pro- ' 

teftation taken by the whole Houfe of Com- 
mons. . — 9 255/0258 

— Speech in Favour of the Palatine Family. - 9 438/044.2 

— Speech to the Lords, in Juftification of the 

Commons' Votes for a general Taking their 

Protection. — 9 465, 6, 7 

concerning the King's Journey ' 

Scotland. — — 9 47 1, 2 

Charge of High Treafon agatnft him by the 

King. — — 10 '56, 

Secretes himfelf. — — 10 195 

His triumphant Return to TVeJlminfttr^ Particu- 
lars of. — — — 10 196 

— Report of a Conference, concerning Sir f»hn 

Hotbam and the Town of Hull. 10 503 

— Speech againft nine Peers with the King at 

York, who had difobeyed a Summons of 

Parliament. — — — II 200/0 20$ 

— Impeachment of them, in the Name of the 

Commons, on this Account. — — 11 205, 6 

— Remarks on the Temper of the Parliament 

attheTimeofthcirpalfingaVoteforraiung 

an Army. — — — 11 289, 90 

Appointed Chief Commander of the Parliament's 
. Forces in the Weft. — — — ■ 

His Account of the Endeavours of the Peers for 
a Peace, and the feditious Practices made 
ufe of to prevent it. — ■ 

— — Speech to the Citizens of London, for a fpee- 

dy Supply for the Parliament's Army, — 13 

— - Character of Col. Cromwell, as a Soldier. - 13 

— Reafon for the Commons patting an Ordi- 

nance for new modelling the Army. — 

— Account of Col, Cromwell's extreme Hatred 

of the Nobility and Houfe of Peers. ■— 



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HOLLES, Dtmul, Efq; his Account of Col. 

Cromwell" t artful Management to keep his 

Command in the Army, notwithstanding 

the Self-denying Ordinance. — — 

Complaint againft him by Lord SaviU, and what. 

' Juftifie.d by the Commons, and hew. 

Hi* Account of the artful Contrivances of the 
Independents to eftablifh. a Majority of their 
own Sea in the Houfe of Commons. — 

„ of the ill Treatment of, the Seats Com- 

miffioners by that Party. 

_ Sufferings, bv oppofing the King in the third 
Year of his Reign, how rewarded by the 
Commons. — ."T"~ 

Refufes their Gratuity on that Account, and why. 

His Sentiments on the Charge againft the Scoti 
of felling the King. — — — 

,._. Account of a Debate in the Houfe of Com. 
morts, concerning fome Troopers who had 
brought a Letter from the Army, exclaim- 
ing againft the Parliament. - 

g-pi of the Behaviour of General Cromwell 

and fome other Officers, with regard to the 
mutinous Proceedings of the Army. — 

One of the Eleven Members charged by the Ar- 
my with Mifdemeanore. — — 

His Account of the Motives of the Houfe of Com- 
mons, for giving the impeached Members 
Leave to abfent themfelves for fix Months. 

', Obfervation on Sir Thomas Fairfax's march- 
ing his Army, with Laurel in their Hats, 
through the City of Lutfo*. 

Retires into Nernumdr. ■ 

Reftored M his Seat in Parhamcnt again. 

Appointed one of the Parliament . Commiffion- 

V era to treat with the King in the 1JU of 

Wight about a National Peace. , — — 

HOLLINGSHEAD, Mr. his Charafler of Sir 

J a bn Buffy, Speaker. — ■ 

His Charaaet of Richa rd Fite -Jian, E arl of 
Arundtl. * m 



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Vol. Page. 
HOLLINGSHEAD, Mr., his Account of tbc 
Proceedings of the Commons on the Arreft 
of one of their Members. — — 3 185/0189 

HOLLIS, Gervas, Efq; his Speech, concerning 

fome Propofitions of the Scots. • ■ - 9 235, 6, 7 

Gives great Offence to the Commons on this 

Occafion. ■ — ■■■■ ■ 9 237 

His Sentence by their Speaker. — — 9 237 

HOLT, Sir John, one of .the Judges who fi'gned 

the Rcfolutions at" Nottingham in 1387. - I 407, 432 
Impeached by the Commons on that Account. 1 432 

Charge againft htm. ■ — I 432 

His Anfwer. ■— 1 432, 3 

How replied to by the Commons. ■ ■ ■ 1 433 

His Sentence. — — - — — - — ■ 1 433 

How mitigated by the Interpolation of the Bi- 

{hops. ■■■■--■ ■ 1 435 

His Banilhment to Ireland. r— — j 437 

— Allowance towards the Expences of his Paf- 

— Return. : 1 454, 458 

HOMAGE, how anciently paid to the Kings 

of England. / 2 238 

Form' of, done by the Lords Spiritual. — ■- 8 107 
HONOURS, granted by King Cbarltt I. how 

vacated oy the Commons. 20 85 

Granted by Cromwell during his Protectorate, Ac- 
count of. ■ ' ■ 21 220, I, a 

HOPTON, Sir Waiter, an itinerant Juftice, how 

fined for Extortion. — ■ 1 89 

HOPTON, Sir Ralph, his Report to the Com- 
mons of their Committee's Reception by 
the King, on prefenting their Remonftrance 
of the State of the Nation. — — - 10 55, 6 

Expelled that Houfe, for executing the King's 

Comrriiflion of Array. — ■ 1 1 364 

Impeached of High Treaion. — 1 1 425 

Created a Peer, and when'. — — 12 477 

His Forces in the Weft defeated. ■ . 14 265 

— Treaty with Sir Thctnas Fairfax on this Oc- 

cafion, fbmc Account of. — — 14 289^295 

Y HOPTON, ■ 



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Ftt. 
HOPTON, fin- Ralph, his Letter to Sir Thtmat 
Fairfax, concerning the Prince of Wain 
in the Ifle tAJerfey. — — 

HORNGELTH, what meant thereby. 

HORSE-RACES, when prohibited. 

HORTON, Col. Thtmat, his Account of the Suc- 
cefs of the Parliament's Forces in Walts. - 
HOSKINS, , Efp his Speech on fome Pro- 
portions of King Charles I. for a Supply. 
HOSPITALERS, Knights. See Templars, 

Knights. — ■ ■ 

HOSPITAL, St. Leonard's, in tori, encouraged 

by a Statute. '-^— ' 

HOSPITALS, Diflblutlon of. — — 

HOSTAGES, Lift of, on the Part of the Seets, 

for their marching out of England accord' 

ing to Agreement. — — ■ 

Lift of, on the Part of the EngUJb, for the 

Payment of 200,000/. to the Scots Army. 

in Confederation of their evacuating the 

Kingdom. ■' — ■ 

HOTHAM, Sir John, convened before the Privy 

Council. ' 

Committed to the Fleet. — 

His Report to the Commons, of the Debt due 

to the Englijh and Scot s Armies* 

.. — . _ of a Propofal for 

a Poll-Tax. — 

Made Governor of Hull by the Parliament. — 
Orders concerning him. — 

Denies the King Entrance into that Town. 
Complaint againft him on this Occafion. - 
Juftified by the Peers. — 

His Letter, touching the King's Expedition to 

Hull. 

Petition to the Parliament againft him. 

His Cruelty to a Drummer of one of the King's 

Captains. ■ 

Concerned in a Scheme to deliver up Hull to the 

Secured on this Account. ■ — ' 1 



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HOTHAM, Sir John, brought up to London. — 

Debarred the Sight of his Friends. -,.,-.. 

Hit Examination and Anfwer at the Bar of the 
Houfe of Commons, previous to his Trial. 

Ex pel I'd the Houfe, and committed to thcTower. 

Condemn'd, by the new-made Martial Law, for 
betraying the Parliament's Caufe. — 

His Petition to the Peers tor 2 Refpite of his Exe- 
cution. ■■ — — — 

-■ - — for a farther Reprieve. 

- for fparing his own or 



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his Son's Life. — '■ — ■ 13 358, 9 

Oppofed by the Commons in this laft Requeft, | 

and is executed. ■ — [ 13 359, 60 

HOTHAM, Copt. John, an Accomplice with 
his Father, in a Dcfign to deliver up Hull 
to die King. ■ -■- — 

Brought up to London. — — 

Debarred the Sight of his Friends. — — 
His Examination, previous to his Trial. ■ 

Expell'd the Houfe of Commons, and committed. 
Condemned by a Court- Martial, and executed. 
HOUGHTON, Adam, Bifiot tfSt. David's, and 
herd- Chancellor, his Speech to the Parlia- 
ment, Anno 1377. — ■— — 
His Speech to the Parliament in 1378. — 
HOWARD, Sir Richard, his Character of King 

Richard II. — 

HOWARD, Thomas, Earl of~Surrey, fent with 
an Army into York/aire, to protect the 
Northern Parts of the Kingdom againft 

the Scots — 3 14 

Meets James IV. King of Scotland, at Floddm- 

field, in Northumberland. — — 3 15 

Give* him Battle, and kills him with 10,000 of 
Tils Forces. ■■■ ■■ ' — — 3 

Made Lord-Treafurer. — 3 

Claims the firft Place amongft the Earls, both 

■in and out of Parliament. — — 

Denied this Superiority, and obliged to take up 

with the loweft but one. — * — 

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VJ. 

HOWARD, Thomas, Earl of Surrey, hit Attempt 
to marry the Lady Margaret Douglas, 
Daughter to the Queen of Scots, and Niece 
to King Henry VIII. — 

Attainted and committed to the Tower on this 
Account. — ' ' 

Dies there. — — — — - — 

HOWARD, Catharine, Niece to Thomas Howard, 

Duke of Norfolk, marries KmgHenry VIII. 

Accufed of Incontinency. — ■ ■■■■ 

Attainted of High Ttcafon. — 

Her Confeulon and Death. — — — — 

HOWARD, Henry, Earl of Surrey, attainted of 

High Treafon. — — — — — 

Beheaded on Tower-Hill. — 

HOWARD, Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, his An. 
fwer to John Fijher, Bifliop of RecbeJItr, 
concerning the Clergy. — — 

Attainted of Treafon. — 

Releafed from Prifon, and his Attainder revers'd. 

Contracts a foimal Marriage with Mary Stuart, 
Queen of Scots . - ■ ■ ■ 

Attempts to releafe the Queen from her Impri- 
sonment. ' ■ 

Arraigned for this, and fume other Crimes laid 
to his Charge. — 

Tried by his Peers, and found guilty of High 
Treafon. ■ ■ 

Beheaded, Anno 1572. — - ■ ■ 

His Character. 

HOWARD, Philip, Earl ofArundele, eldefl Son to 

Thomas Dule of Norfolk, reftored in Blood. 

HOWARD, Tbeophilus, Earl of Suffolk, his Charge 

againft Mr. Selden. — 

Complained of by the Commons for afpcrfing 
this Gentleman. — 

Protefls his Innocency. 

Charged with the Fact at the Bar of the Houfe 
qf Lords. — • • — ■ 

HOWARD, Thomas, Earl of Arundel, committed 
to the Tower in the Time of Parliament. 



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. Vol. 

HOWARD,7?«B«,£fl7-/y^rHnA/,releafedfrom 

the Tower, at the Interceflion of the Peers. 7 
Confined to his Houfe, by Order of the King. 7 
Made Lord High Steward for the Trial of Lord 



Appointed one of the Commiffioners for giving 
the Royal Aflent to the Bill of Attainder 
againft him. — » 

Debate of the Commons, concerning his Refti- 
tution to the Dignity and Title of Duke 

of Norfolk. 

HOWARD, Charles, Lord Vifceunt Andavtr, his 
Speech for fuppreffing the Star* Chamber 

His Speech, concerning the Pacification with the 

Scots. — 

HOWARD, Lord, of Bjhith, appointed one of 
the Parliament's Commiffioners to attend 
the King in Scotland. — 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiffion- 
ers to treat with the Serfs about the Irijh 

Rebellion. 

■ to attend the King in Yerkjbire, 

His Letter, concerning the King s Proceedings 
in York,- — 

— fecond Letter, to the fame Purpofe. — — 
third Letter, concerning the King's Motions. 

— farther Account thereof. — — — 
Procures himfelf to be chofen Member for the 

City of CarHJZe, and took his Seat in the 
Houfe of Commons accordingly. — — 
Charge of Bribery exhibited againft him. ■ 
His Sentence and Difcharge, Particulars of. — 
judgment againft him repealed. — ■ 
HOWARD, Ctpt. Son it Lord Howard of Ejkrkkt, 
deferts the Commons, and, with his whole 
Troop, joins King Charles II. in his Expe- 
dition to Warcifitr. ■ 

Receives the Honour of. Knighthood on that 
Occafion. — 

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VtL Pap. 
HOWARD, Lord, of Charlton, deferts the Par- 
liament, and joins the King at Tori. — 
His Excufe, for not returning purfuant to a Sum- 
mons. — - — ■ ' - '■- ii 183 
Impeachment againft him on this Account, Par- 
ticulars of. — ,.- — ,- 11 205, .6 
HOWARD, Thomas, £arl of Berkjhirt, commit- 
ted to the Tower, and why. — —11 418 
His Letter, concerning tbe Prince of Wain. — 
HOWARD, Charlts, Earl of Nottingham, ap- 
pointed one of the Parliament's Commif- 
fioners to refide with the Army. — — 15 
His Letter, concerning an Engagement entered 

into by the Army. — : 15 

_ _■■_■ . concerning their Intentions of coming 

up to Londtit. — ; — ■ 

<——— giving an Account of their March to 
St. Aiban*, and their Reafons for fi> doing. 

,-■ — ,, ■ — — — .. ,. of the Commif- 

fioners Proceedings with Sir Thomas Fair- 



fax, purWnf to their Order. 

vith Copies of two Petit! 



, from 



the Counties of Hertfcrd and Bud. 

Sir Thomas Fa!rf, X . — 

— -- further Account of the Motions of the 

Army. , 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Commimon- 

ers to go into Scotland, in Older to prcferve 

Peace there. — 

HOWARD, Jama, Marl of SuffilJt, impeached 

by the Commons of High Treafon. — 
Difchargcd from Reftraint, and r eft o red to his 

Seat in Parliament again. 
HUDSON, Rev. Dr. accompanies the King from 

Oxford to the Scots Army before Newark. 
Demanded by the Commons to be delivered up. 
Makes his Efcape. ■ - — 

Retaken by the Scots, and committed to Custo- 
dy at Newca/iU. — — 
HUDSON, Col. raifes an Army of Royalifta 

Favour of the King. — — 
His Defeat by the Parliament's Forces, Account of 



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Parliamentary Hijiory of England. 
Vol. 

HUE and CRY, when firft levied. 

HULL, Orders of Parliament concerning that , 
Town. 
Magazine there removed to London. — — 

Slate of, in July, 1642. — 

HUNGERFOKD, Lord Walter^ condemned and 

executed for Buggery. — — 

HUNSDON, Lord Henry, created Vifcount Roeb 

ford. 

HUNSDON, Lord John, appointed Speaker of 

the Houfc of Peers. — — 

Impeached by the Commons of High Treafon. 

Discharged from Reftraint, and reftored to his 

Seat in Parliament again. — ■ 
One of the Peers who rejected an Ordinance of 
the Commons for the Trial of King Charles 

the Firft. 

HUNT, Roger, Efy; elected Speaker for the Com- 
mons in 1433. ■ — — - 
HUNTINGTON, Major in Gen. CromweWs Re- 
giment, refigns his Poll, in the Army. — 
Exhibits to the Peers a Charge of High TreaJbn 
againft Gen. Cromwell. — . — 
His Endeavours to prefent it to the Houfc of 
Commons fruftrated, and how. — — 
— Narrative thereof, by Way of Appeal to 
the People. - ■ ■ ■ ■ 
HURST-CASTLE, its bad Situation, Account 

HUSBANDRY, Debate thereon by the Com- 
mons. ' — — — — 

HYDE, Bernard, his Depofition againft the 1 
Lord-Treafurer Middle/ex for Bribery. J 

HYDE, Sir Nicholas, Lord Chief 'Juftice of the 
King's Bench, his Speech to the Lords, 
touching his Conduct in the Proceedings 
againft the Gentlemen imprifoned for re- 
futing the Loan. — ■ ■ 1 
His Anfwer to the Commons, concerning the 
Proceedings at Newgate againft the Jefuits. 



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I N D E X to the 

Vol. 

HYDE, Sir Nicholas, Lord Chief Jujliet of the 

King's Bench, his Opinion in the Cafe of 

Sir John Elliot* Mr. Hollos, and Mr. VaUn- 

' line, Members of the Houfe of Commons. 

HYPE, Edward, Earl of Clarendon, his Obferva- 

tions on the D involution of the Parliament 

in 1628. — 

His Obfervations on the Diflblution of the Par- 

* , liamcnt in 1640. — . 

■■■■ on a Meeting of the Peers in 

Council at Tori. ■ . — — 

— Account of Barton, Bajlwid, and Prynne, 

thrre notorious Delinquents. - ■ 

— Speech againft. the High Com miffion- Court 

at Tori. . 

—- Account of theinfolent Behaviour of the Ci- 
tizens of London to the Lords and Parlia- 
ment-Men, in the Affair of Lord Strafford. 
~ , M of [he Arguments made ufe of for 

perfuading the King to pafs the Bill of At- 
tainder againft him. — — 
■ ■ of a,Debate in the Houfe of Com- 
mons, upon a Bill for abolithing Bifhops 



and other Dignit. 
ting Epifcopacy. 



upon a Bit! for extirpa- 
- concerning the Colonel: 



jfjhburnham and Pollard. 

— »- Abflract of a Debate on the Commons' Re- 
monftrance of the State of the Nation. — 

— t Account of the violent Proceedings of the 
Mob againft Bifbops. — — — 

1 6*f the Indifcretion of fuch of them 

who figned a Protcftarion againft the Legs 
lity ofPailiamentary Proceedings. 

— — ■ of the principal Promciter of this ill- 
timed Affair. 

— of the Behaviour of Lord Geirgt 

Dighy, on the Charge of High Treafo 
againft Lord Kimbohsn. — - 

•1— Obfervation upon an Ordinance for the M 
litia having paflld both Houfes. 



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Parliamentary Hijiory of England. 
Vol. 

HYDE, Edward, Earl of Clarendon, his Account 

of the extreme Poverty of the King and 

Queen. " — — __ 

His Account of the King's ill-timed Refentment 

againft the Earl of Effix. 

- of the Rcafone which induced the 



prevailing Party in the Houfe of Peers to 
vote againft the King's going to Ireland. 

■ ■ ' of a Petition from the County of 

Kent, brought to London. — — 

— Narrative of Lord-Keeper Littleton's lea- 

ving the Parliament, and going to the King 
atfhrt. — 

— Account of the Parliament's S uccefs in 

fmg Forces, in order to levy War againft 
the King. — 

■ of the Unfteadinefs of the Peers at 
Tart. — — 

■ ■ ■ of Lord Paget'* deferting the Par- 

liament, and joining the King. — 

— Obfervation upon forne Votes of Parliament, 

for raiftng an Army, &c. — 

— Account of what paffed on the Earl of Hol- 

land's prefenting a Petition from the Parlia- 
ment to the King at Beverley. — 
of the King's Anfwer to this Peti- 



of the Earl of Holland's Difpofition 

to the Earl of Effix, and to the King. — 

- of the King's Standard erected at 



Nottingham. — 

— of the King's Reafons for fending a 
MefTage of Peace to the Parliament on this 
Occaiion. — — — 

- ■ of the Queen's landing at Brid- 
lington, and the Danger the was in from the 
Parliament's Ships. — — 

— of the Proceedings of the King' 

and Parliament's Com mifii oners on the 
Treaty at Oxford for Peace. 



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FtL Pagf 

HYDE, Edward, Earl cfCIarendin, his Account 

of the Peen* Propofitions for Peace; the 

Debate thereon by the Commons; and the 

feditious Practices in London to prevent an 

Accommodation. — 12 263**266 

His Account of the Manner of the Parli ament'r 
taking the Scots Solemn League and Cove- 
nant. — — 12 403, 4 

— 1 of the Reafons why the Earl of 

Holland deferred the King at Oxford, and 
returned to the Parliament. — —12 436, 7 

— of the Death of Mr. Pynmt. — 12 462 

- of the Parliament's Faft, for Suc> 



ceft of a Bill called The Sdf-denylng Ordi 
nance, and of the Doctrine of their Preach 
ets on that Occafton. — — 

of the Earl of fParwuk'i Cruelty to 

Jrijb Seamen. ■ 

-of General CremuitlTs artful Ma- 



nagement in keeping his Command in the 
Army, notwithftanding the Self-denying 
Ordinance. — — — 

m— Vindication of the King againft a Charge 
of favouring the Irijh Rebels. — 

— Sentiments upon the Charge againft the Scoti 

of felling the King. — ■ 

— Account of the diuembling Behaviour of Ge- 

neral Creiriwtli in the Houfe of Commons, 
with relation to the mutinous Proceedings 
of the Army. 

w— Remark on the Army's fending a Party of 
Horfe to Holitnby, and their carrying away 
the King from thence. — • 

— on the Power and Authority of the 

— Account of the Conduct of the Army to- 

wards the King in 1647, 

— Remark on the Commons' Declaration 

againft making any further Addrcis to the 
King. 



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TtL 
HYDE, Edward, BarlofClarendm, his Narrative 
of a Dcfign to murder the King in the IJU 

„f Wight. . 

Hii Narrative of tome Circumftances which paf- 

fed between the King and the Parliament'! 

Commiffioncrs, previous to a Treaty. — 

— Account of the principal Purchafers of the 

Pi&uies, Jewels, He. belonging to King 

Charles I. — — 

- of the Murder of Dr. Dtrijlam > 



Agent for the Commons, at the Hague. 

— Character of CromweWt firft Parliament ii 

.653. — — 

— Chaige agaioft them. — — 

Made Lord-Chancellor. — 

His Speech. to the Parliament, in 1660, on the 

King's Affcnt to fome Bills, AbitraA of. - 
1 — on their 

Adjournment. — ■ 

Created a Baron. — — — 

His Speech to both Houfes, at their DuTolution 

in,66o. — — 

JACOB, Sir John, expelled the Houfe of Com- 
mons for being a Monopolist. — — 
JACOB, Abraham, his Depofition againft the \ 
Lord-Treafurer Middle/ex for Bribery. J 
JAMAICA, by whom made a Fief to the Crown 
of Great J Britain. — — 
JAMES, King of Scotland, his long Captivity in 
England. — — — 
His Rcleafement. — — ■ 

— Marriage with Jane, Daughter to John 

Beaufort, Duke of Somerfet. 

— Homage to King Henry VI. — — 

— Oath on that Occafion, — '• . ■ 

— Ingratitude to the Englijb Nation. . — 

JAMES I. King of England, fucceeds to the En- 
glijb Crown on the Death of Queen Eli- 



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Vol. 

JAMES I. King of England, his Title. 

' Proclaimed with the ufual Ceremonies. — — 
Makes his Progrefs to London, and crowned 

Anno 1603. — — 

Hia Proclamation. — — — — 

Calls a Parliament to Wtjlmwfltr in 1603. — 
His Speech to both Houfes. — — — 

—- Interpolation in the Cafe of Sir Francis Good 



— Propofals for an Union between England 

and Scotland. — — — 

— - Letter to the Commons on this Affair. — 
Obtains a Subfidy of Tonnage and Poundage. 
His Letter to the Commons, to prevent any far- 
ther Supply this Seflion. — — 
Prorogues the Parliament from July, 1604, to 
February next following. — — 
His Royal Stile altered by Proclamation. — 

— Orders, concerning Scots Coins. — — 

— — — ■ concerning the Arms of England 

and Scotland. — — — — 

Makes Peace with Spain. — 

Meets his Parliament at Wtftminfitr, Nov. 1605. 
His Speech to both Houfes, touching the Gun- 
powder Plot. — — — ' — 

— Expences on coming to England, forne Ac- 

count of. — — — — 

— Menage to the Lords, concerning Abufcs 

with regard to Excommunication. — — 

— Debts, Amount of, Anna j6o6. — — 

— remarkable Expreflion, concerning theHoufe 

of Commons. — — — — 

Obtains, after much Delay, the Grant of a Sub- 
fidy. ----- 

His Anfwer to the Speaker's Speech, on prcfent- 
ing the Money Bills. ■ — — — 

Prorogues the Parliament to Novtmbir, 1606. 

His Bounty to IVilUam Parier^ f,ord Manteaglt, 
for difcovering tlie Powder Plot. 

Meets his Parliament according to the laft Pro- 
rogation. — 



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yd. Page. 

JAMES I. King tf England, his Speech, at open- I 

ing this Seifion, in Favour of the Union. 5 157 te 163 

— further Speech to ha ft en this Bufinels. — 5 181 to 207 
Adjourns the Parliament to April, 1607. — 5 207 
Meets his Parliament purfuant to Adjournment. 5 207 
His Speech on the Union, to clear up fome 

Points which had been mifreprefented. — 

— urgent Occaiions for a Supply. ■ 

— Interpofition, in Favour of Dr. Cawel. — 5 225 ■ 

— Anfwci to a Requeft of the Commons, rela- 

ting to Tenures, £jfV. ■ 5 226, 7 

Offered a yearly Annuity of 100,000/. in lieu of 

■ Wards, Tenures, &c. 5 228 

His Anfwer, and Demand. — 5 229, 3a 

Puts the Laws in Execution againil Popifli Re- 

cufants. - 5 

Creates his Son Henry Prince of Waltt. — 5 

Summons the Peers to attend this Ceremony in 

their Robes. — — ■ — 5 235, 6 

Caufes the Oath of Allegiance to be adminifter'd 

both to Clergy and Laity. 5 237 

Obliges Women to take the fame Oath. — 5 237 
His Anfwer to fomc Points propofed by the Com- 
mons, concerning Tenures. — — ■ 5 238, 9 

— Aniwers to fundry Grievances complain'd of. 5 240, 
Obtains a Supply from the Clergy and Laity. - 5 242, 245 
His Letter to the Peers, impowering them to ac- 
cept of 200,000 /. yearly from the Com- 
mons, in lieu of Tenures. — — ■■■ 

— Anfwer to fome other Grievances com- 

plained of. 5 245*0252 

Difiblves the Parliament by Commiffion. — 5 267 
His Proclamation, declaring the Reafons of this 

DtiTolution. — 

Claims an Aid of his Subjects, for the Marriage 
of bis Daughter Elizabeth to Prince Fre- 
derick, Elector Palatini. 

Makes Robert Carr, Earl of Somtrfet, his chief 

Favourite and Counsellor. ■ 5 27 1 

Inflitutes the Order of Baronets. — — 5 271 

Raifes Money by other Ways, without the Aid 

of Parliament. . 5 271, 

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JAMES I. King of England* makes the firft State 
Lottery in England. — ■ ■ - 
Calls a Parliament to IPtJiminfttr, Anno 1614. 
His Speech at- opening this Seffion. ■ 
further Speech on this Occafion. 

— threatening Menage to the Commons. — 
Duappointed of a Supply, and diflblves the Par- 
liament. — 

Exacts Money from the Citizens of London. — 
Gives up the Cautionary Towns to theDuicb. 
Difcharges the Earl of Somerfet from his Service, 
and makes Gorge VHUtrs, £fq; his Fa- 
vourite. — — — — — - 
Labours to brine about a Match between the 
Prince of tVelet and a Daughter of the 

■King of Spam. 1 — 

Forms a Resolution to.Tecover the Palatinate. - 

Calls a Parliament to Wtfhninjltr, in 1620, for 

this Purpofe. — _— 

His Proclamation for electing proper Members 

to fit in the Houfe of Commons. — 

— — Speech at opening this Seffion. 

Grants a Commiflion to Sir Jamtt Ley, to exe- 
cute the Office of Lord -Chancellor. ■ — 

Obtains a Subfidy from the Commons. 

His kind Meflage to them on this Occafion. — 

— Menage, concerning the Accufation of Lord 

Bacon. — — - 

Obtains a Grant of two Subfidies more from the 

Commons, and three from the Clergy. - 
His Speech to the Lords, concerning the Abufe 

of divers Patents. -■ 

Receives the Thanks of the whole Houfe. — 
His Anfwer. — — • ■ 

— Addition to the Sentence pronounced by the 

Lords againft Sir Gilts Momprffon. — 

— further Speech to the Lords this Seffion. — 
Appoints Sir Tea. Coventry b\s Attorney -General. 
Takes the Great Seal from Lord Bacon. — • — 
His Meffage to the Lords, concerning Sir Henry 

Ytlvrrton. — — 



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Vol. 

JAMES 1. King of England, his Pardon to Lord- 
Chancellor Bacon, Form of. — — 
Determines to adjourn the Parliament. ■— 

His Reafons for it. .— ■ ■ 

Provoked at the Commons, for their Intention to 
divert the Adjournment. — — — 

His Commands on this Occafion. — — 

— ■ Speech to the Lords, about adjourning the 
Parliament. — ■ — ■■-- 

Prolongs their Sitting. — — ■ ■ 

PromiJes to redrefs the Grievances of his Subjects. 
Adjourns the Parliament to November, 1621. — 
Receives from the Commons a written Declara- 
tion of their Readinefs to affile him in the 
Recovery of the Palatinate. - 

Puts out a Proclamation for Redrefs of Grievances 
Creates Thomas Lord Darey Vifcount Colcbifltr. 
——^-H*HTjLoidHuMfd6n t VikQantlte{bferd. 
■ Fuli Grevile, Lord Brook. — 

1 ■' — Edward Montagu, Baron Montagu, of 

Btughton. • — ■ 

Lionel Cranfield, Baron Cranfitld. 

Appoints John Williams, Bilhop of Lineal) 

Lord-Keeper of the Great Seal. — 

Iodifbofed, and not able to meet the Parliament 

purfuant to Adjournment. — — 

His Commands to the Lord-Keeper on this Oc- 

Apprized of a Remonftrance from the Commons 
againft Popery, and the Marriage of Prince 
Charles with the Infanta of Spain. — 

His Letter to Sir The. Richard/on, their Speaker, 
to forbid the lending it. — ■ 

— Anfwer to a iccond Remonftrance on thefe 
Points. 

Advifed by the Lord-Keeper to mitigate the 
Harumefa of his Anfwer. 

Grants his Pardon to Sir John Benntt. 

Diffolves the Parliament. — 

Informed of an extraordinary P rot citation of the 
Commons, entered in their Journal Book; 



351 

422, 3 

■*+7 „ 
+47.8 

449 
449 

466, 7 

*P 
469 

469 



472. 3 
475 

476 
476 
476 



476 
476 



477 

487 ««49I 

492. 3 

4971.507 

507, 8 

509 

512 

512, 13 

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JAMES I. King b/ England, fends for the Com 

mona Journal Hook, and ftrifces out their 

Proteftation. — — — 

His Memorial on this Occafion. '— — 

— Reafons for diflbtvihg the Parliament. — 

— — Difpofaloffomeof themoftrefraiftaryMem- 

■bers of the Houfe of Commons. ' - — 

Endeavours to raife Money by a Benevolence. - 

Puilifhes a Proclamation concerning Grievances, 

Permits Prince Cbarltt to go into Spats, to fol- 

licit a Marriage with the Infanta. 
Difcovers much Fraud in the Court of Sp. 

latinp to this Affair. — 
Calls the Prince home, and difappoints the Lady, 
Summons a Parliament to Wejlminfter in Febru- 
ary, 1623. - -■ — 
His Speech to both Houfes. — — 

Letter to the Earl of Sri/lot, concerning the 

Spaitijh Match and. the Palatinatr. 

fecond Letter to the Earl about this Bufmefs. 

Anfwer to an Addrefs of the Lords and 

Commons, touching thefe Points. — 

— — Debts, fome Account of, laid before the 

Commons. , ■ 

— - Anfwer to a Remonftrance of the Parlia- 
ment againft the two Treaties with Spain. 
■ — to a Memorial from both Houfes, in 

Jultification of the Duke of Buckingham. - 

Breaks off the Treaties with Spain, : 

His Declaration to thta Purpofe. — — 

— Letter to Secretary Conway, relating to a Pe- 

tition of the Commons agarnft Recufants 

— Anfwer to a Petition of Parliament againft 

Summons the Houfe of Peers to JPhhthaH. — 

His Speech to them, on account of the Trial of 

Lord-Treafurer Cranjitld. ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Sollicited by theCommorrs to prolong this Seflion, 

Confents to their Requeft. ■ 

Obtains an Aid from the Commons. — 

— — — another from the Clergy. - ■■ 



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Parliamentary Hi/lory ^"England. 
Vol 
JAMES I. King of England, permits the Parlia- 
ment to appoint Treasurers for difpofing of 
the Money raifed by the Subfidy-Bill. 
His Speech at the Clofe of this Seffion. 

— Caution to the Commons againft their next 

Meeting. ■ • ■ ■■ ■ — 

Prorogues the Parliament. ■ — 

His Death and Character. — 

JAMES IV. King of Scotland, his Invafion of »- 

gianli'm 1513. 

Defeat and Death in Northumberland, Account of. 
JAMES, Dr. his Speech on a Bill againft Pluralities 
of Benefices. — — — 

JAQUES, Sir Roger, Alderman of York, diafran- 
chifed, by an Ordinance of Parliament, for 
his Loyalty to King Charles I. — — 
JENKINS, Rev. Mr. how punifh'd by the Com- 
mons for refuting to obferveaFaft-Day. 
Praiecuted a-frefh, for holding Correfpondence 
with Prince Charles. ■ ■- — — 

His Petition to the Commons on that Occafion. 

— Difcharge thereupon, Account of. 

JEPHSON, Mr. his Narrative, concerning the 

Irijb Rebels. — 

JERMYN, Henry, Efq\ fufpetted of joining in a 
Cortfpiracy againft the Parliament. — 
Proclamation ifTued againft him by the Peers dh 
that Account. __ , .,. , , 

Voted by the Commons guilty of High Treafon. 
JERMYN, Mr. Serjeant, appointed, by the Par- 
liament, one of the Juftices of die Court of 
King's Bench. — — ■■ 

JERSEY, IJle of, furrendered to the Houfe of 
Commons. ■ ' — 

JESUITS, their Chara Aer and mifchicvous Em- 
ployment in England. 
Expelled the Nation by an A£t of Parliament. 



Further Proceedings of Parliament againft them, 

Ann* 1604. 

Obliged to depart the Kingdom by a certain Day. 
Petition againft them by the Lords and Commons 

z 



353 

Pag*. 



f 333 

6 .337 "34* 

6' 342 
6 342 
6 ,3+3. 4 



360 
296 

73 

73. 4» S 

75 



264 

267 
477 



244 
257. 



no, 12 

128, 9 
JESUITS, 



...Google 



354 



N 



to the 



JESUITS, ordered into Cuftody by Proclamation. 
Their mifchievous Practices in England, from 
1640 to December 1648, Narrative of. - 
JEWS, their exceflive Ufury retrained by Parlia- 
ment. ■ - ■ — — 
How diftinguifhed in Drefa on that Occafion. - 
Their Banilhment from England. — — 
— — Number, Amount of. ^^— ■■- 

Propofals to the Protestor Cromwell for 

Leave to fettle in his Dominions. — 

IMAGES, when removed out of Churches. — 

IMMORALITY, in the Officers under Sir The. 

Fairfax, how prohibited by the Commons. 

IMPROPRIATIONS if Bi/bept, Deant and 

Chapters, how applied by the Commons, 

and by CremwelFs firft Parliament. — 

INAUGURATION of General CrnmoeU to 1 

the Protectorate, Form and Manner > 

of. i 

INCEST, how punilh'd by the Commons in 1650. 

INDEMNITY, Bill of, pafied by the Parliament 

In 1659. ■ -■■ ■ 

How limited, with regard to Pcrfons claiming 

Benefit by it. ■ ■ ■ ■■ 

Debate thereon by the Commons at the Con- 
vention Parliament. ■ ■ 
Speech concerning it, by the Earl of Brifttl, - 

Further Debate concerning it. ( 

Conclufion of, by both Houfes. — — 

INDENTURE, Firm of, between the Sheriff, 

He. and the Electors, by Order of the 

Protector, for calling his fccond Parliament 

INDEPENDENTS, their Number in the Houfc 
of Commons increafed, and how. ■ 

Their artful Contrivances to eftablifh a Majority, 
Account of. 

■ Mai- treatment of the Scats Comminian- 
ers, Inftances of. — - 

Influence the Army againft the Parliament. — 



Page. 



82 
82 
90 
90 

474"47& 
216, 436 



245. 6 
247, * 
264. 5 

260 

433 

433. + 

366/937^ 
388/0392 
419/0421 
429 '"433 
44*"44S 
455 



306 
308, 9 



375 
34* 



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Parliamentary Hi/lory of England. 
V»l 

INDEPENDENTS, their Projcfl to obftruft the 
Treaty with the King in the 1JU of flight. 
INDULGENCE, granted by Pope Urban VI. 
Form of. . . , , 

INFORMATION, Form of, againfl fome refrac- 
tory Members of the Houfe of Commons. 

h the King's Bench, Form of. — 

From Nottingham, concerning a Treaty between 

the King and Gen. Leven. — 
Frm Oxford, to the fame Purpofe. — 
INFORMATIONS, concerning a high Quarrel 
between the Mayor of Extltr and the Sol- 
diery there, — .. . 

INGLEFIED, Tbomeu, Efc elected Speaker to 
the Commons in 1509. — ■ -■ -. 

Knighted by King Henry VIII. — 

Hii Speech to the King, on prefeoting a Bill for 
a Subfidy. — ___- 

INGOLDSBY, Col. his Regiment's Petition to 
Lord Fairfax, for Juftice upon the King 
and his Party. ■ ■ - , 

How rewarded for his Services to the Common- 
wealth. ■ ■■ 
His Expedition againfl; Gen. Lambert, and Sue- 
eels therein. -— ■ _____ 
How complimented by the Houfe' of Commons 
on that Occafion. .. . — 
INGRAM, Sir Arthur, his Depofition in Favour 
of the Lord Treafurer MiMUfex, at his 
Trial for Bribery. — ■ 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS, their Petition to 
CromvaelH firft Parliament, againft Extor- 
tion and creel Ufage practlfed in Prifons. , 
How relieved. ■ - 
INSTRUCTIONS, firm the Diaries printed in 
1645, for electing Members for the Houfe 
of Commons, Particulars of. — — 
INSURRECTION, in London, in Favour of King 

Charles I. Account of. — • 

it Bury, in Siefoli, in Favour of King Charltt I. 
Narrative of. - ■— - . . . 

1% 



Pap. 

8 I 66, 7 

I 
» 376 

8I359M368 
8 376. 7. S 



76,7 
77 



161M167 

6 
9 



2+4. 5. * 



2IO/02I3 

227, 8, 9 



3«7. 8 



Ij4ftis8 
IN- 



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INDEX** the 

va. Ptgt. 



lNSURK.£CTl01S,inHitntingdonaHdCambridge- 

jfe/r«, Narrative of. — — — 

At Chtfltty in Favour of King CbarUt II. — 

INTELLIGENCE from Inland, concerning the 

Marquis of Ormomd, and the Motions of 

the Rebels there. — — 

INTEREST if Monty, bow lowered by the Houfe 
of Commons in 1651. — ■■■■ ■ 
JOAN of Navarre, %uun, Conftrt to King Hen- 
ry IV, her. Attendance allowed by the King. 
Her Annuity, in Confederation of her Dower. • 
Accufcd of confptring the Death of King Hen- 
ry Y. - 

Her Lands, He. fciwd to the King's Ufe. — 
~ — Belforation thereto, and by whom. — 
St. JOHN of JerufaUm % Order of, whence derived. 

When fupprefled. — — 

JOHN, King, his Acceffion to the Throne. 
Calls an Aflembly of the Eftates to Lincoln in 

1200. ■ ■ ' ■ 

4 Summons William King of Scotland to appear 

there, and do Homage- to him for that 

Kingdom. -— — . 

Receives the Homage of the Riots King on a 

Hill near Lincoln. •• ■ 

Calls a Meeting of the Peers to Oxford in 1204. 
Obtains a Grant of two Marks and a Half of 
every Knight's Fee. — — 
Quarrels with his Barons. - ■ — — 
Calls another Convention of the Eftates to Lon- 
don in 1213. ' — 

Defired by the Barons to confirm the Charter 

which Kjng Henry I, granted- . 

Diflblvea the Convention without giving an An- 

Goes to War with them. - — 

Defeated by the Barons. — — 

Deferred by his Friends. . — 

His kind Meflage to the Lord;. ■■■ ■ 

Deli res a Meeting at Runingmedt for that Purpofe 
His Attendants on that Occafion, Lilt of. -r- 



U4»ii7 

80 



161 



3 161, a 
"9 



JOHN 



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Parliamentary Hijiory ^"England. 

Vol 
JOHN, King, Grants, at Runingaede, the Great 
Charter of England, call'd Magna Cbtirta. 
Grants them, at the fame Time, another Char- 
ter, call'd Cbatta dt Fenjia. 

Repents of having convey 'd thefe Charters to his 
Subjects. — ■ - — — 

His Endeavours to Repeal them. 

His Death, and State of the Nation at that 

Time, Account of. — 

JOHN, Brother to King Richard I. his Attempt 

to difpoflefs the King of his Crown. 

Judgment demanded againft him on that Account 

Summoned to give in his Anfwer by a limited 

Time. — ■ 

Refutes to appear. — - 

His Sentence. . 

JOHN, Duke of Normandy, futceeda bis Father 

Philip as King df France - — 

Breaks the Ttuce made with King Edward Ml. 
His great Defeat at Pointers by Prince Edward. 
Taken Prifoner there, and brought to London, 
Concludes a Peace with England. — 

His Releafement thereupon. ■ ■■ 
— - Manner of fwcaring to the'Obfervance of 
the Peace. — ■- — - — 

— - Breach thereof, and Succefs in Gafcoigny, &e, 
JOHNSTON, So- Archibald, one of the Scott 
. Commiffioners appointed to treat with the 
EngHJh about managing the Affairs of both 

Nations. — 

Made a Lord of SefSon. — ■ 

His Title. — — 

— Declaration, concerning a Plot againft the 

Englifflt Parliament. — 

JONES, Mr. Juftiee of the King's Bench, his 
Speech to the Lords, touching bis Conduct 
in the Proceedings againft the Gentlemen 
impriibned for refufing the Loan. ■ ■ 
His Anfwer to the Commons, concerning the 
Proceedings againft fome Jefuits. — 



357 

Pep. 



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I 


23 


r 


23 


, 


18 


I 


18 


I 


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I 


18 


i 


18 


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276 

286 


I 


i 


290 . 


I 


290 


I 


290 


J 


291 


r 


291 


i 


3 02 » 3 


13 


4S 


'3 


500 


13 


500 



4.5.6 



309 

JONtS, 



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I N E X to 



JONES,. Mr. Jufihi, tf tit King's Bench, his 
Opinion, in the Cafe of Sir Jebn Elliot, 
Mr. Holies, and Mr. Valentine, Members 

of the Houfe of Commons. 

His Sentence agamft them and their Aflbciates. 

JONES, Col. Philip, his Account of the State of 
the Rebels in Inland, Anno 1647, and of 
the bad Condition of (he Parliament's 
Army there. — — • . ■ 

His Letter to the Peers, touching the State of 
Ireland. — — ■ 

— — — concerning the Marquis of OrmeniTs 

Arrival' there, to make Peace with the 

Rebels. 

Letter of Intelligence to him, as to their Motions, 
Obtains a Victory over the Marquis of Ormond's 

Forces. -■ ■ - —■■ — 

His Account thereof. ■ 

How rewarded by the Commons on thatOccafion 
Appointed one of the Protestor's Council. — 

— ■ — -1. . one of the Committee to receive his 

Scruples as to his being King. — — 
His Arguments to induce an Acceptance of that 

Title. ~r- 

JONES, John, Efy; appointed one of the Com- " 

miffioners to fettle the Civil Affairs in | 

Ireland. 

JOURNALS of the Houfe of Lords, for the firft 

five Days of their fitting at Wefiminfia ' 

1660. — 

JOYCE, Cornet, furrounds Hddenty Houfe with a 
Party of Horfe from the Army. — 

His Reafons for fo doing. ■ ■■ - — 

Carries away the King from thence. — — 

His Services to the Commonwealth, how re- 
warded. » 1 1 — — 
IPSLEY, Sir J^hn, his Requeft to the Commons, 
■ concerning a Complaint agamft him. — 

How anfwered. — - ■ 

IPSWICH, the Staple held there, Ann* 1365. - 
IRELAND, Rebellion there. — 



the 
Vel. *V 



388 



122,3 

"4. 'S 
116, 17 

161 

1 64/* 167 
168 

2+7 

65 

94. u 99 

406 
9 r 

226**231. 

393.4 
39* 5 
39 6 . 7 



300 
8 1 300 
1 297 



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Parfiamentary ffifary cf England. 35^ 
VoL Pag*. 
IRELAND, extraordinary Vote of the Peers for] 1 

hs Relief. — — 10 no 

State of, in 1642. —12 80/086 

Natives of, Order of Parliament againfi them. 15 ] 4 
Propofals for its Relief in 1647, — — 16 186, 7 
flow relieved at that Time by the Parliament. 17 42, 3 

State of, in Jfril, 1648. — 17 122, 3 

■ Jmo 1649. — i 19 235 

Rebels there, how reduced by the Englijh Forces. 19 484 

State of, in Auguft, 1651. 20 32, 3 

Reprefentatives of that Nation allowed to lit in 

the Englijb Parliament, Number of. — 20 121 
Commotions there, in 1659, fome Account of, 
and how occafioned. — ■ ■ 

IRELAND, Parliament ef, their Remonftrance to 

the Commons concerning Grievances, 
IRETON, General, his great Influence on the Ar- 
my, Account of. — ■ 15 
His Speech in the Houfe of Commons, on a De- 
bate concerning the King's Anfwer to the 
Parliament's new Proportions of Peace. - 16 492 

— Regiment's Petition to Lord Fairfax^ for 

Juftice upon the King and his Party. — 18 77, 
Appointed next in Command under his Father- 
in- Law, CroTWitU, in an Expedition againft 
the Rebels in Inland. — — — 19 

... Prefidcnt of the Province of Munfter, 19 

■ Deputy -Lieutenant of Ireland. — 19 
His Services, how rewarded by the Parliament. 

— remarkable Saying on that Occafion. — 

— Conqueft of Limerick. — - ■ 

— Death. 

IRISH ARMY, their Remonftrance to the Eng- 

Mb Parliament, concerning the Payment of 

their Arrears, &c. — ■■■ 16 

Their Relief, how provided for. — — 16 

ISABEL, Queen, Canfort of King Edward \\. her 

Endeavours to accommodate the Differ' 

ences between the King and his Barons. 

Her Progrefs to Canterbury. — 

How affronted in her Journey by the Governor 

of Lidet Caftle. 



3 6q I N D E X to the 

Vat. Page. 
ISABEL, JgfUM, Confmrf King Edward II. her 
Complaint to the King, on Occafion of the 
Affront given her by the Governor of Ltdu 

CaftJe. j 

Goes into France, 2nd takes Prince Edward with 

Her Unwillingncfs to return. — ■■ i 

— Excufe for it to the King. — — — ) 
Joins in a League with the difcontented Lords 

againft the De/penfirs. 

Her Scheme to dethrone the King. — '— 

— Army raifed for that Purpofe. — . — 

Lands at Harwich. — — 

How encouraged in her Attempt. — — 
Her Succefs therein. — ■■■— — 

— Writ for fummoning a Parliament to Weft- 

min/ler. Tenor ofT — ■ ■ 

— ~ feigned Concern about the Dcpofition of the 

King. : 

«—- Connivance at his inhuman Treatment and 

Murder. • •■ 

— Expedition againft the Setts. — — 

— fcandalous Peace with them, Articles of. 
—- implacable Malice to the late King's Ad- 
herents, Inftanceof. — — ■ — 

— mifchievous Practices dlfcovered to King 

Edward III. 

— Conduit complained of to the Parliament. - 
Deprived of tier Authority at Court. — — 
Her Confinement, Account of. — — 

— annual Allowance by the Parliament. — 
ISLIPPE, Simon, Archbijhep of Canterbury, his Em- 

bafly to the King of France, touching a 

Treaty of Peace. —— 

His Manner of fwearing to the Obfcrvance 

thereof. ' — 

JUBILEE kept by King EdwardWl. Anna 1362. 

JUDGES, Lift of, fined for Extortion. 

Lift of, fummon d to Nottingham by King Rich- 
ard XI. in 1387. — 

Their Trial and Sentence, on account of figning 
the Resolutions there. — 



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Vol. Page. 



JUDGES, their Banifliment to Ireland. 

Lift of, fummon'd to Parliament by King Rich- 
ard l\l. Anno 1^4. — 

Lift of, fummon'd to Parliament at the firft Set' 
fion, Temp. Henry VII. i + 86. — 

. Henry VIII. 15C9. 

Their Opinions on fome Paints of Judicature ir 
a Suhfidy-Bill, Anno 1624. 

Required by the Lords to give their Opinions 
.concerning the, Karl of Bri/lal's Cafe. 

Their Anfwer. " — — 

— — Report of the Charge againft the Duke of 
Buckingham. - — 

Required by the Lords to give an Account of 
their Proceedings againft fome Gentlemen 
imprifoned For refuting a Loan to King 
Charles I. — ■■■ 

Summoned, by the King's Order, to refolve 
fome Queftions propofed concerning them. 

Their Anfwers. — — — 

Sent for to Hampton, to advife with the King 
about thefe Gentlemen. 

Their Anfwer. ■■ — — 

. to a Motion in Court for hailing 

■ Opinions, touching Sureties for their good 

Behaviour. 



- in the Cafe of Sir John Elliot* 
Mr. Holies, and Mr. Valentine. — 

Sentence againft them. — ■ 

— Opinions, concerning Ship- Money, deem- 
ed unlawful by the Commons. — 

Lift of, accus'd by the Commons of high Crimes. 

Speech againft chem, by a Member of that Houfe. 

Their Patents altered, and how. 

— — Opinion, concerning the Attainder of Lord 
Strafford. — — -- — 

Lift of, impeach'd for their Behaviour in the Cafe 
of Ship -Money. — — — 

Their Anfwer, relating to Tumults about the 
Parliament- Houfe. — — 



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JUDGES, prohibited from going their Circuits for 
the Lent Affixes in 1642. — 

Their Opinion in the Cafe of Ship-Money. 

Lift of, who figiicd it. — 

How inftru&etfby the Commons at going their 
Summer Circuits in 1646. ' 

Appointed by the Parliament in 1648, Lift of. 

Lift of, who refufed to accept of new Commif- 
fions from the Houfe of Commons on the 
King's Death. — — . 

■ who accepted thereof. — — 
- appointed by General Cromwell on his 

Entrance to the Protectorate. 

■ ■ — by the Parliament for the Di- 

ftri£ts in Wales. — — — 

■ who fat when the pretended Court of 
Juftice gave Sentence of Death on King 
Charles f. — 

JULIERS, .Mn-fKiV of, created Earl of Cambridge. 

His Pennon on that Account. — — 

JULIUS II. Pope, quarrels with Lewis XII. King 

of France. — — 

Obliges him to a Reconciliation. 

His Authority attack'd by Martin Luthtr, 

Bcftows the Title of Fidei Dtftnftr on King 

Henry VIII. and the Occafion thereof. - 

JULIUS III. Pope, reftored to his Authority in 

England, . ■ 

His Joy on that Occafion, 

Confirms the Purchafe of Abbey and Chauntry 

Lands. — — — 

JUS DIVINUM, of Church-Government, Que- 

ftions concerning it. -— — ■■ ■ 

JUSTICES of the PEACE, when firft appointed. 

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Vol. 

JUTICES of the PEACE for tht North- Riding of 
Yorkjhirt, their Order of Seifions, in Con- 
fequence of a Complaint of the Inhabitant) 
of Cleveland againft the Scuts Army. — 

JUSTICIARIES, by whom firft appointed, and 
how regulated. — — — — 

JUXON, fVHiiam, Bi/hop »f London, hi) Ad- 
vice to King Cbarlts I. about palling the 



Bill of Attainder againft the Eatl of Straf- 
ford, ■ - . . . 
Refigns his Office of Lord-High-Treafurer. — 
Hit Depofition at the Trial of the Twelve im- 
peached Biftiops. ' — 
Permitted to attend the King in his laft Troubles. 



KEEBLE, Mr. Serjtant, appointed one of the 
Commiffioners of the new Great Seal, or- 
dered by the Commons in 1648. — — 
KELE, milium, Chaplain to King Henry III. his 
Speech to the Convocation in 1237, 
cerning a Supply for the King. — 
How received. ■ — 

KEMPE, John, Bijhtp of London, refigns his Of- 
fice of Chancellor of the Duchy of Nor~ 

mandy. - 

Made Chancellor of England, Anno 14.26. 

-■■— Arclibifbop of York. — 

His Speech on opening thcScffion of Parliament 

in 1428. — 

- in 1429. 



Again made Chancellor, and a Cardinal. 

His Sentence for banifhing William dt la Po/r s 

Duke of Sufolk. — - 

— - Speech on opening the Seffion of Parliament 

KENELWORTH, a Convention of the Eftates 
held (here, in 1266. — 

KENT, County e f\ a Rebellion there, headed by 
Wat fjUr and fact Straw, 



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289 

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197 
200 

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205, 6 
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362 
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KENT, Ctmitty of, an Infurre&ion under the Con- 
duct of Jack Cade. 

Their Heads for a Petition to be prefentcd to the 

Parliament, Account of. — — 

— farther Proceedings in this Bufinefs. — 

— - two Petitions to the Houfe of Commons, 

approving the Proceedings of Parliament. 

j great Commotions in Favour of the King, 

Anno 1648- ■ ■ ■ — — - — 

_ Strength, and Defeat by the Parliament's J 

Forces, Account of. ) 

_— Plan of Action. 

j. Engagement. — ■ 

Seize on the Town of Colchtfltr. — — 
Befieged there by Lord Fairfax's Army. — 
Their great Diftrefs, with regard to Provifions. 
. Petition to CromwelTz fiift Parliament, for 
abolishing of Tythes. — — — 
KENT, Earljef. See Grey. ' 

KILHEAD, William, Gsvtrnor of the Scots Gar- 
ri/on tn Carlifle, his Letter againft exam- 
ine Cefs-Money from thofe Places where 
any of the Scots Army were billeted. — 
KILKENNY furrendcred to Gen. Cromwell — 
KILLIGREW, Sir Henry, his witty Anfwer to 
the-Commons, on being follicited to join 
in a Subfcription for Money to carry on a 
War againft King Charlti I. — — 
KING, the Fountain of Honour. — — 
His eldeft Son born Duke of Cornwall, and bears 
the additional Titles of Prince ot If alts and 

■£M\dtChtfttr. * 

KING's COLLEGE, in Cambridge, by whom 

founded, and when. — 

KING'S BENCH, Court of, Records there, or- 
dered by the Commons to be fent for, con- 
cerning the Proceedings againft fome Mem- 
bers ofthe Parliament in 1628. — — 
Its Style, how altered by the Commons on the 
Death of King Charles I. *— — 

KING'S WARDS, Court of, when firft erected. 



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Vol. 
KIRBY, Jtbn, made Lord-Treafurer to King 

Edward I. ■ — — 

His Demand on the Parliament in 1289. — 

Method of railing Money for the King. — 

KIRK of Scotland, Supported by a Solemn League 
and Covenant, m.OppcriUion to the Engli/b 

JJftmhlf of % their Anfwer to a Declaration of 
the Englijb Parliament, concerning Reli- 
gion, with a Propofat for a mutual League 
and Covenant between the two Nations. 

their Letter to the Parliament of 

■ England, preffing the Settlement of Reli- 
gion according to the Covenant. — — 
KIRTON, , EJp his Speech on fome Pro- 
portions of King Charles I. for a Supply. y 

His Information againft the Earl of Suffolk. — 7 

Speech, on a Menage from the King, not to 

meddle with State-Government, or the 
Minifters thereof. — — ■■ 

— on public Grievances. — — 

on Grievances, concerning Religion. 

■ againft the two Bifhops Montague 

and Laud. 

— ■ " ■ concerning Jffon, Efq; Sheriff 

of London. ■ 1 — — ■ 

■. againft Dr. Ntil, Bifhop of WnebeJIer 

on the Anfwer of the Barons of the 

- Exchequer, about Tonnage. — — 

— againft feizing the Goods of a Par- 

liament'Man. ■■■■ r 

Impeached of High Treafon. — -— ■ 

KNEVETT, Sir Thomas, his Difcovery of the 
Gunpowder Plot, Account of. — — 
KNIGHTS, when firft elected to fern in Parlia- 
ment, and at whofe Command. — — 

Their Summons, by Royal Authority, in 128a, 
Form of. - .^___ 

. Number for every County fummoned to 

Parliament in 1307. — — 

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199, 200 
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KNIGHTLEY, Richard, £/q; committed toPri- 

fon for refuting a Loan to King Cbarltt ' 

Releafed on the Catling a new Parliament. - 

His Speech again ft the Duke of Buckingham. - 

KNIGHTON, Mr. his Account of the fcandaJous 

Indecencies prailtifcd by the Collectors of a 

Poll Tax in 1380. 

Hia Account of a Difference between King Rich- 
ard II. and his Parliament. — — 

*— Remarks thereon. — — 

— - Account of the National Grievance* in 1386, 

and Occafion thereof. — 

KNIVET, Sir Jthn, made Lord -Chancellor. — 

His Speech to the Parliament in 1373, touching 

the Caufe of their Summons. — — 

— - Command to the Commons thereupon. — 

.— Speech to the Parliament in 137ft, Subllanco 

KNIVETT, Sir Henry, his Speech on a BUI J 
for a Subfidy, Anna 1592- 1 

KNOLLES, Sir William, ComptnlUr of %uttn 
Elizabeth's Heufield, his Speech on a Bill 
for reforting to Church. — — 

KNOWLES, Sir Francis, made Vice- Chamber- 
lain to Queen Elixebeth. — — 
Made Treafurer of the Houfltold, '— — 
His pious Motion to the Commons. — — 
•— Speech, relating to the Reformation of Ec- 
cleftaftical Courts. — — — 



T ACHE, Capt. his Information, relating to 
■ J great Disturbances at Exeter. — — 
LACK-LEARNING-PARLIAMENT, why fo 

called. - 

LACY, Sir William, flain at the Battle of North- 
ampton, Anno 1461. — — 
LAMBERT, General, his Anfwer to a Letter 
from the Duke of Hamilton, concerning 
the March of an Army of the Scots into 
England, in Favour of Prince Charles, — 



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Vol V 

LAMBERT, Central, takes Pontefracl Caftle. - 19 90 

How rewarded on that Occafion. 19 rjr. 

His two Letters, giving an Account of the State 

of the Armies in Scotland, — 19 480, 

— Letter, concerning the March of the Scots 

Army into England, Anno 165I. 19 502, 3 

— Service! to the Commonwealth, how re- 

warded. ■- 

Appointed one of the Commiffioncrs for the Go- 
vernment of Scotland. 20 83 

one of the Proteelor's Council. 20 2+7 

His Speech to the Parliament, on prefimting a 

Petition from the 'Army. — 21 399 

How anfwered by the Speaker. . — — 21 400 

His Vi&ory over fomc Forces beaded by Sir 

George Booth, in Favour of the King. — 21 443 

— two Letters on that Occafion. ■ 21 443rt445 

How complimented on his Succefs. — — 21 446 
Difcharged from all Military Employment. — 21 469 
His Relcntment againft the Parliament on that 

Account. — — 21 470, 

— Aflault upon their Guards, &c. 21 47410476 

Appointed, by the Army, one of the Council of 

Major-General of the Forces in En- 
gland and Scotland, - 

■■ 1 one of the Committee for nominating 

Officers of the Army. — — 

■ Commander of fome Forces in the 

North,toreufttheAttemptsofGen.J/M^/. 22 7, 8 

His Order for feizing Btrtoi'ti, and Difappoint- 

ment therein. - — 22 9 

— Arrival at NtwcaftU. — —^22 17 
— — ftrange Inactivity there, with Obfervations 

thereon. 

Difcharge, and Retirement in Difguifc. — 

Proceedings againft him by the Parliament. — 
His Speech, concerning Security for his good' Be- 
haviour. ■ ■■ — 22 151/s 133 

•— — Commitment to the Tower. — — 22 153 
— — Elcape, and Defigns thereupon. — 22 208 

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LAMBERT, Gen. excepted out of the Aft of 

Indemnity, and in what Manner. 22 

LAMBERT, Lord, complained of to the Houfe ; 
of Commons. — — — . 
His Severity to a Soldier, for refuting to pay to- 
wards his Officer's Charges. 1 

LAMBETH, an Affembly of the Peers held there, | 
Anno 1232- — — ~~ i 

LANCASTER, when firft made a County Pala- 

LAND-TAX, when firft introduced in England. I 
Laid upon the Subjects by the fole Authority of 
the Houfe of Commons, Inftance of. — 19 
LANE, Captain, his Information, relating to great 

Diftutbances at Exeter. • 17 165 
Taken Prifoner at the Battle of Worcefler. — 20 68 
LANGHAM, Simon, Bijhop of Ely, made Lord- 
Chancellor. , I 293 

His Speech on opening the Parliament in 1363. 1 29+, 5 

concerning the Statute of Apparel. 1 295 

.. on opening the Parliament in 1365. 1 296 

_____ - 1360. 1 297 

Tranflated to the See of Canterbury. 1 297 

His farther Speech at the Seffion in 1366. — 1 298 

Speech on opening the Parliament in 1368. 1 300 

. concerning the Scats Offer of Peace. 1 300, I 

Made a Cardinal. 1 31c 

His Embaffyfrom the Court of Rome to King 

Edwardlli. touching a Peace with France. I 310 
LANGHAM, John, Eft; impeach'd by the Com- 
mons of High Treafon. 

Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Peers. — 
His Behaviour there, and Proceedings againft 

him, Account of. — 

Difcharged from Profecution. — 

Difabled from bearing the Office of Alderman 

in the City of London. — ■ 

LANGDALE, Sir Marmadukt, feizes the Town 
of Berwick for King Charles I. - - 
LANGLEY, Thomas, Clerk, made Lord-Chan- 
cellor. ' — 



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LANGLEY, Thames* Clert, his Speech on open- 1 I 
ing the Parliament in 1406. ■ ■ ■ ' - ?.< 

Made Bifhop of Durham. — .. — - I 2 

One of the Executors of the lad Will and Tefta- 1 

ment of King Henry V. ■ 2 ' 

His Speech on opening the Parliament in 1417. ' 2; 

— 1419-' 2 

■ 142 k r 2 

■ — Resignation of the beals of his Office. — 2 
Accepts them again. ■■ ■ 2 

His Speech on opening the Parliament in 1423.: 2 
■ — Petition, concerning fome Money lent to | 
King Henry V. — — | 

One of the Committee appointed to examine the 
Charge again ft Htnry Beau/art, Bifhop of 

mnchefttr. — 

His Petition to the Parliament, concerning the Li- 
berties of the County Palatine of Durham. 
LANGTON, Stephen, Archbijhoptf Canterbury, 
his Interposition in the- Quarrel betwixt 
King Jnhn and the Barons. ■ • 

Prevails on the King to call a Convention of the 

Eftates. 

Produces, at the AfTembly, the Charter of Liber- 
ties granted by King Htnry f. — — 
His Agreement with the Barons, to defend their 

Liberties. — ■ ■■ - ■ ■ 

— Requeft to King Henry III. for a Confirma- 
tion of the Charters granted by his Father. 
How anfwered by WtUiam Briwere, one of the 

King's Counfel. — — 

His Reproof of that Gentleman. — — 

LANGTON, Walter, Bi/fop of Litchfield and Co- 
ventry, one of the Arbitrators between King 
Edward I. and his Barons. — — 

One of the Committee appointed to anfwer the 
Petitions at the Parliament in 1305, con- 
cerning Gafcaigny. — — — 
Made High Treafurer. ■ — — 
His Reprdentation to the King, touching Pierce 
Ggve/len, Favourite to Prince Edward. - 
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vtHttji one of the Lift of BifJhops fummoned 
to the Parliament at Carlifit in IJ07. — 

LANGTON, Jobny Bifixp of ChiAtfter, one of 
the Committee appointed to govern the 
Affairs of King Edward II: — — 

One of the Barons' Committee to the King, de- 
manding the BanUhment of the two Dt- 

LATIMEK, William^ his Complaint to King Ed- 
ward III. of Sir John Ltigb t Steward of 

the Houfhold. 

LATIMER, Lard, impeached by the Commons, 

and Occafion thereof. — — — 

His Sentence. — • — — — — 

How favoured by a fucceeding Parliament. — 

LATIMER, John* a CarmtHu Friar, his bold 

Charge againft the Duke of, Lancaftir. — 

His barbarous Murder, and inhuman Treatment, 

Account of. I' 

LATIMER, Hugh, Bijhop of W*rc*fltr t one of 

. the Committee appointed for Religion. — 

Refigns his Bifnoprick, and the Occafion there- 

His miferable End. » ■ ■ 

LAUD, William* Bijhop of Bath and WW/i, his 

Account to the Lords, concerning tho 

printing Dr. Manwaring'z Sermons. — 

Voted by the Commons to be unfound in his 

Faith. — — 

Made Btfhcip of London. — 

Complained of by the Commons. ■■' ■■■■■■ 

Made Arclibifhop. of Canterbury. ■ ■ 

Hia Palace aflaulted by Apprentices. — — 

Accufcd of High Treafon. — — 

Sequeftred from Parliament, and committed. 
. His Requeft to the Lords on that Occafion. — 
— Petition to them. — 

Obtains Leave to take the Air. — 

Speech againft Him by Mr. Grimjion. 

Charge againft him, exhibited by the Commons. 



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LAUD, William, Bijhtf of Bath and Weill, im- 
peached for aflifting to make Tome new Ca 



His Petition to the Peers, fetting forth his Di 

ftrefs, and praying Relief. . — — 

Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Lords for his 

His Anfwer to the Commons' Impeachment 
again ft him. — 

Refolutions of the Peers concerning him. ■ 

Bill of Attainder palled againft him by the Par- 
liament. ■ ' ■ -■'■'- ■ '■ 

His Letter to the Speaker of the Houfe of Peers 
on that Occafion, with a Tender of the 
King's Pardon. — 

- ' difregarded by the Peers. 

— Petition to them, for the Attendance of his 

Chaplains. 

■ 1 to the Commons, that he might not 

be hanged. ■ ■ 

Appointed to be beheaded, by an Ordinance of 

Parliament. — - ■■-■ 

His Petition, for the Payment of his Debts out 

of his Eftate. — — - 

— — Body, how dilpofed of. — — 

Lauderdale, Earttf. see Maitlano. 

LAW, how defined by Mr. Pymmt. — — 

Debate on a Bill for a new Model thereof. — 

LAWS, Penal, Debate thereon by the Commons. 

LAWRENCE, Henry, Efc appointed Piciuknt 

of the Protestor's Council. — — 

LAWSON, Rear- Admiral, how rewarded for his 

Succels againft the Dutch Fleet in 1653. 

LAWSON, , Bfq; appointed Commander 

of a Fleet. ■ 

Efpoufcs Gen. Afanie's Quarrel againff the Army 
Settlement upon him by the Parliament, Ac- 
count of. ■■ ' ■ ■ ■ -■■ 

LAWYERS, their being deOed Members of Par- 
liament objected to in the Houfe of Com- 

A a 2 



468, 9 
265 



442. 3 
350 



369, 70 



374 

375 

232/9236 
416 

247 
206 



226 



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LAWYERS, their being dead Members of Par- 
liament objected to in the Houfe of Com- 
mons, how defended. — ■■ 19 

■ Lift of, made Judges by Cromwell upon his En- 
trance to the Protectorate — — 

LAYMEN's PARLIAMENT, why fo called. 

LAY-PREACHERS, Lift of, Anno 1641. — 
Their Reprimand by the Houfe of Commons. 

LECTURERS, Order of the Commons for their 
Eftablifhment in the Church of England. 

LEGGE, Col. difcharged from being Governor of 

Oxford. --■ 14 

Imprifoncd by the King, and on what Account. 14 

LEICESTER, Earl of. See Sidney. 

LEICESTER, a Parliament held there in 1414. 
■ — — ■■ in 1426. 

LEICESTER, Reger, one of King Edward the 
Firft's Judges, how fined for Extortion. 

LEIGH, Sir John, made Steward of the Houfe- 

hold to King Edward III. — — 

Charge againft him for Mifdemeanors, 

Remarks thereon. ■— ■ 

LEIGHTON, Dr. extraordinary Favour done 

him by the Commons, Inltance of ■ 

LEITH taken by Gen. CrmwiU. — — 

LENTHALL, Sir John, Keeper of the Upper 

Bench PrifoH, Charge againft. him for Op- 

predion and Abufe of his Prifoncrs, Ac- 

LENTHALL, ' William, Efq; elected Speaker for 
the Commons, at the Parliament in No- 
vember, 1640. ■ ■ — 

His Speech to the King on this Occafion. 

Letter to the Army, to quiet their Difcon- 

— Speech to the King, on prefcnting a Bill for 
their Relief, &c. — — 
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Tonnage and Poundage. 



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LENTHALL, William, Efq; his Speech to the 

King, on prefcnting a Bill for a Poll-Tax. 

His Speech to the King, on prefenting a Bill for 

the Continuance of Tonnage. 

— remarkable Anfwer to the King, touching 

fome accufed Members. — 

How rewarded by the Commons, and on what 

Oc cation. ■ ■ 

His Speech to fome Gentlemen, on their pre- 
fenting a Petition from the Count/ of Kint. 
—- Manner of reproving Sir Henry Ludlow for 
refleclingon the King. — — 

— Letter to Sir Jabn Hotbam, concerning Hull, 

and the Magazine there. — — 

Appointed Mailer of the Rolls by the Parliament. 

Hi» Speech to Sir Htnry Vaughem and Sir Wil- 
liam Portmati, taken Prifoners at Naftby. 

Appointed one of the Keepers of the Duchy Seal 
at Lancet fttr. — — - ,. . ■■ 

His Speech to Sir Themes Fairfax^ on Account 
of his Services done to the Parliament. — 

Leaves the Houfe, and goes to the Army. 

His Declaration, fetting forth the Reafons there- 

Reftored to his Seat by the Army. — — 

His Compliance with the Independent Party in 

the Houfe of Commons, to obftrufl the 

Treaty with the King in the }fit ef Wight. 

• — Requeft for an Adjournment, in order there- 

— Retreat from that Engagement. — — 

— circular Letter, to forward the raiting of a 

Land -Tax. — ■■ — 

— - Letter, to inforce the fpeedy Collection of a 

■ Monthly Afieffment. — 

Chofen Speaker to Cromwell's feeond Parliament 

-One of the Committee appointed to receive 

Cromwell's Scruples as to his being King. 

His Arguments to induce an Acceptance of that 

Title. ■ — 

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LENTHALL, William, Efq; accepts the Office 

of Speaker to the Parliament fet on Foot 

by the Ajmy aD< ^ Republican Party. — 

Hts Letter, forfummoning the Members thereof. 

- to Gen. Monkc, in Anfwer to one from 



that Officer to the Parliament. 
Reftored to the Chamberhinihip of Cbtftt 
Excepted out of the A£t of Indemnity at the 

Re ft oration. - ■ ■ -■ 

LESLEY, — — -, Earl of Lcvtn, Gtntral tf tbt 
Scots Army in England, bis Anfwer to a 
Letter of Lord Digby'i, relating to Tome 

Propofals for Peace. — — 

His Letter to the Coram iflioners of AffctTment in 

Yorijbirt, in Anfwer to their Complaints 

againft the Scots Forces there, — — 

Arrives at Ntwari with the Scvts Army. — 

Joins the Engiijb Forces there, and Jays Siege to 

that Town. — ■■ » — 
His Account of taking Mujkam-Ji'idgt- — 
— Letter, relating to the King's Perfon. — 
■ ■ — to the Parliament, concerning tbcii 
Vote for removing the King to Heidenby. 
m i' i. i concerning his Motions fur evacua- 
ting the Kingdom. — 

—— fecond Letter, to the fame Piypofe. 

LESLEY, Ladawick, Governor of btrwici, his An- 
fwer to a Summons from General Cromwlt, 
for delivering that Town into the Poflcf- 

fion of the Englijh. .-— 

LESLEY, David, Lituttixmt-Gtntral of tbt Seels 

Army in England, his Succefs in Htrtford- 

Jbire, on Behalf of the Parliament, againft 

the King's Forces, Account of. — 

How rewarded by the Commons on this Occafion 

Marches with his Horfe into Scotland, and on 

what Account. ■ — .■■ - 

Hit Letter, concerning a Supply of Money, bft. 

for the Scots Army before Ntwari, — 

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LESLEY, David, Ueut. Gen. of the Scots Army in 
England, his Reply to the Propofals of the 
Parliament's Committee, for the Mainte- 
nance of the Scats Army before Newark. 
His Letter, concerning iomc Complaints againft 
* the Scttt Army. ___ - — - 

— — Declaration on this Occafion. — — 
— Letter to Gen. Cromwell, with a Declaration 
concerning the State of the Quarrel between 
the Englijh and Scott in 1650. — — 19 
Taken Prifooer in his Flight from the Battle of 

Wtrcefier. — : 

L'ESTRANGE, Roger, Efy-, his Petition to the 
Peers , for laving his Life from the Sentence 



of a Council of War againft him. ■ — 

Reprieve and Puniuunent, Account of. — — - 

LETTERS PATENT, Form of, granted to the 

Parliament in 1366, by King Richard II. 

LEVELLERS, who meant by them. 

LEVIT, Mr. his Examination, touching Tobias 

Peater'e Charge againft the Scots, for af- 

fifting the King in an intended Efeape from 

Ntwcaftlt. > • ■ ■■ — — 

LEWELLYN, Prim of Walts, fummoned to 

Parliament to do Homage to King Edat. I. 

His arrogant Anfwer. — - ■ . 

Proceedings againft him on that Occanon. — 

His untirncly Fate. — 

LEWEN, , Ef//; his Speech, on a Motion to 

reform Eccieliaftical Courts. ■ 

LEWES, in Suffix, Battle of, between King 
Henry lit. and his Barons, Anna 1264. • 
LEWIS XII. King of France, his Quarrel with 

Pope7tt¥«tIL — 

His Invafion of England. — — — 

— great Lofles at home. — — 

— Reconciliation with the Pope, and Peace 

with England. — — — 

— Marriage with Mary t Sifter to Henry VIII. 

— Death, Account of.' — — — 



37J 

Pop. 



269*0272 
272 



330 

67 



360 

360 
4010*404 

" 120, I 

127 



309 
8l 

Si 

82,3 

«5 

374. 5. 6 

*n 

9 

14 
•5 

16 
16 
16 

LEWIS 



376 INDEX to 

LEWIS XIII. his Succefs at RochelU in 1628. - 
His Endeavour;, to compote the Difference be- 
tween King Charles I. and his Parliament. 
— - Letter to the Privy Council of Scotland. — 
— — Proportions to them, againft the March of 

their Army into England. . ■■- 

LEWIS, Sir IViUtam, one of the Eleven Members 
of the Houle of Commons charged by the 

Army with Mi (demeanors. , 

Retires into foreign Parts. — 

LEX TALIONIS threatened by the Parliament, 

and on what Occafion. — ■ 

LEY, Sir James, appointed to execute the Office 
of Chancellor. ■ 
Made Lord-Treafurer. — 
His Account of the Eftate Of King Charles I. in 

1625. r- — — 

— Addrefs to the Commons for a Supply. 
LIBERTIES tfttv HOUSE »f COMMONS. 

Debate thereon. — 

LIBERTY «/' CONSCIENCE, in Matters of 
Religion, allowed by the Commons. — 
LICENCE, Thomas, Efy\ taken Prifoner by thePar- 
• liament's Forces at the battle of IVorctfttr. 
LICENCES by the Archbijhep of Canterbury, De- 
bate thereon in the Houfe of Commons. <- 
LIEFE, Richard, Efq; his Motion in the Houfe of 
Commons, touching a Speech of Lord- 
Keeper Egerton's. — ■ —. — 
LIEUTENANTS of the fevers! Counties in 
England and Wales, Lift of, nominated by 
the Commons to command the Militia. — 
LILBOURNE, Col, John, Refolutions of the 
Commons in Favour of him. 
Taken Prifoner by the King's Forces. 
Brought to his Trial at Oxford, and convicted of 

High Treafon. — — 

His Execution prevented, and how. 
Proceedings againft him by the Peers, for writing 
a Pamphlet againft the Common La< 
England, ■ , . 



/it 
r,i. ? n ,. 

1 *45 

'1455 
12 456 



: 47°»473 



; 348 
1 394 

'394, 5. 6 
397 

■46,7 

1 404 

55 

125.6,7 

v 43'. 3 
287, 8,9 



263 

98 



99 

99. IM 



■ 445. 4'' 
IJL- 



Jiglizecy GOOgle 



Parliamentary Hjftory of England'. 



ULBOURNE, Col. John, Charge againft him; 
for afperfmg the Earl of Mtmchtfltr, and 
ihc Houfe of Peers. ■■ ■ ■ 
His Paper, containing a Charge of Gen. Crem- 
vttll againft the faid Earl. — — 
How vindicated by a printed Pamphlet difperfed 
in the City of Ltmden. — — 
His Language and Deportment at his Trial, Par- 
ticulars of. 15 

— Sentence. ■ ■ 15 

Speech in his Behalf, by Sir John Majnard. — 
Resolutions of the Commons in Favour of him. 
Discharged by the Peers from his Fine and Jm- 
prifonment. - ■ — — 

His Sufferings recompenfed by the Commons, 
and in what Manner. — — 

Committed to the Tower for writing a Pamphlet 

againft the Commonwealth. - 
His new Model of Government, Heads of. ■ — 
Tried by a fpecial Commiifion at Guildhall, and 
acquitted. ■■ — ■ 
Elected a Common -Council -Man of the City of 
London. — — ... ■'-■ — 
His Election declared void by the Houfe of Com- 
mons. ■ ■ ■ ■ — 

Banifhed out of England, and on what Account. 

His Return. ■ — — 

Committed to Newgate, and tried at the Old 

Brought to a fecond Trial at Law, and acquit- 



377 



26, 7 

27,8 
28 

349»3j6 
3S<> 



ted.- 

Medals frruck on that Occauon, Particulars of. 

Committed to the Tower. — — 

ULBOURNE, Cal.R.im, his Defeat of the Earl 

of Dtriy's Forces in Lancajbire, Account 

of. 

His Lift of Prisoners. - 

LIMERICK, C/r ./, taken by Gen. Iran. — 

LINCOLN, a Convention of the Eftates of the 

Realm held there, in 1204. — — 

A Parliament held there, Anns 1301. — 



35» 

446 
98 



l/sng 



1 242 

84 

) 192 



> 213 
) 213 
) 2t4,' 



35 « 3« 
38 

79 



>5 

LINCOLN, 



^Google 



37 9 INDEX/* 

LINCOLN, a Parliament held there in 1315. — 
: 4327- 

LINCOLNSHIRE, Stalt ./, in May, 1648, 

LINCOLN, Earl of. See Fienwes. 

L1NDSEY, Earl of. See Bertie. 

LINDSAY, Earl if Crawford, his Letter to the 
Englijh Com miffi oners at Edinburgh, con- 
cerning a Pa& and Convoy for their Return 

LINWOOD, William, DoUar of Laws, his Speech 

to the Parliament in 14.31. ■ 

LISLE, Lord, appointed, by the Parliament, Lord- 
Lteutenant of Inland. — — 

Appointed one of the Protc&or's Council. — 

LISLE, Sir Gtargt, taken Prifoner at the Siege of 

Cokhefler. ■ — — 

His Sentence and Death on that Occafion, Ac- 
count of. ■ ■ ' ' ■ ' 
LISLE, Mr. appointed one of the Commiffioners 
of the Great Seal, ordered by the Commons 
in 1648. — — 

His Salary. ■ — — — 

Appointed one of the Commiffioners to meet G en, 
Cramwilt on his Return from the Battle of 
Wantfitr, and congratulate him on his 
Victory there. — 

Made one of Cromwell's Commiffioners of the 
Great Seal. — 

„ one of the Committee to receive CromwelPt 

* Scruples, with regard to his being King. 

H'a Arguments to induce his Acceptance of that 

Title. — — — 

LITHEBURY, Robert, Mafitr af tbt Rolls, how 

fined for Extortion. — 

LITTLETON, Edward, Efi; his Speech on 
the Liberty of the Subject. 

further Speech thereon, at a Conference be- 
tween both Houfes. — ■ 

, Anfwer to the Arguments of MV. Attorney 

and Serjeant AjbUy, touching this Point.] 

__ Speech, on a Member's Goods being feiwd 
for refilling to pay Tonnage. — — | 



the 

Vol. 



fait. 



19+ 
'53 



y 33s 

> 247 



6+ 

84 11 86 
89 
412W41S 

12, 13 

S3 "59 

8(255 
LITTLE- 



Jig liecy GOOgk 



Parliamentary Hi/lay 0/"Engj,and1 

Vol. 
LITTLETON, Edward, Eft; his Speech con- 1 

earning - ' Aflem, Efq, Sheriff of: 

London. — — — 

His Speech on the Proccfs againft Merchants 

for Tonnage. — — - — 

• — Argument againft fencing the Goods of a 

Parliament- Man. 

- before the Court of King's Bench, 

in Favour of Mr. Seldttt. — ■ 

.Made Sollicitor-General. — 

Appointed, by the King, to lit ts Speaker in the 

Houfe of Lords, inftead of the Lord-Keeper 

Made Lord-Keeper of the Great Seal. 

His Speech to the King, on hii paffing the Bill 
for Triennial Parliament*. — ■ 

Created Baron of Mounjiaw. — - — 

Ceremony of introducing him into the Houfe of 

Peers, Form of. 

LITTLETON, Ltrd Edward, his Report of a 

Conference about the Safety of the Prince 

of Walet. . — 

His Declaration, concerning a Petition and Pro- 
teftation of feme Bilhops. 

— Report of a Conference relating to a Guard, 
iSc. — — — — 

i ■ ■ ,_.. , .... to the Privi- 

leges of Parliament. — 



the Magazine there. 



-to Hull, and 

- to the Duke 

of Richmond, — — — 

Appointed to give the Royal Ailent to a Bill for 

imprefimg Soldiers. — ■ ■ ■ 

•■ . ■ — to a Bill for 

raking away the Bifhops' Votes in Parlia- 

His Speech on this Occafion. — — 

Receives a Letter from the King, excufing Sir 

Edward Htrbtrt in the Affair of Lord 

£iaitlwt, Uff. •■■' ■ -■■■ 



379 



287 

292 

3>3. 

370 
390 



180, 1 
186 

84 
'3 

i+o, 1 
159, 60 
228, 9 

25+/J2J6 
292 



10 292 
10.292, 



10 347, S 
LITTLE- 



Jiglizecy GOOgle 



380 I N D E X to 

LITTLETON, Lard Edward, his Report, con- 
cerning an intended Invafion of England. 

His Report concerning a Counter-Petition to the 
King from Tome Tortjbir* Gentry. — 

■ Popid Recufauts . 

Leaves the Parliament, and goes to the King at 
tori. 

His Difcourfc with Mr. Hyde, previous to this 
Step. — — 

■— Manner of difpofing of the Great Seal, and 
conducing his Journey. . 

— Petition to the Peers, in Anfwer to an Order 

of that Hoxife concerning him. 

Servant's Affidavit on this Occalion. 

— - Letter, denying his giving a Vote in Favour 

of the Ordinance for the Militia. — 

— Dental proved to the contrary, and how, 
LITURGY, when eftabliflied by an Ac*. - 

Introduced into all Churches and Chapels in 

England. - ' ■ < 

— - ■ into the Church of Scotland. 

Commotions there on that Account. 

LOAN, when exacted from Perfons of Fortune. - 

LOCKHART, IWUiam, Efy; made Governor of 

Dunkirk. 

. His Recognition of the Parliament in 1659. - 

Appointed Agent to the Court of France. — 

LODGERS, in London and Wtfiminfter, obliged 

by the Parliament to give in Tickets of 

their Names. — 

LODOVICK, Prince Rupert, Nepbtw la King 

Charles I. embarks for England, in order to 

affift the King againft the Parliament. — 

Takes the City of Bri/lol. — — 

His Letter, touching a Safe-Conduct for the Par- 
liament's Commiffioncrs to wait on the 
King with Proportions of Peace. ■ 
■— Anfwer to the Earl of Ejpx's Letter, about 
executing fomc of the Parliament's Soldiers 
after Quarter given. -■ — ■ ■ ■ 

Surrenders the City of Brijiol to Sir Tat. Fairfax. 



the 



Pap. 



48+1 5. *> 
509, 10 

48.9 



i99 

i99 

3|4'3 

3 43 6 

" 393 
393. 4- S 
321, 2 



209 



263.4 
3^9 



455"45* 



LODOVICK, 



Jglzecy GOOgk 



Parliamentary Hi/tory of England. 

/ ViU 

LODOVICK, Print* Rupert* Nephew to King 

Charles I. his Commiffions in (be King's 

Army taken from him on this Occafion. • 14 

His Letter to the Parliament, for a Pali to leave 

the Kingdom. — ■ 

Conditions impofed on him on account of this 

Requeft. 

His Followers, Number and Quality of. — 

— fccond Letter to the Parliament, for 1 ~ 

to quit the Kingdom. ■ 

— Requefts for himfclf, and the Gentlemen 

and Commanders with him. 

Bammed the Kingdom, by a Vote of the Houfe 
of Commons. . ■ — • ■ 

His Addrefs to the Peers on that Occafion. — 

LODOVICK, Prate* Maurice, Nephew to King 

Charles I. bis Expedition into England, 

Account of. - — 

His Letter to the Earl of Effix y relating to a 
Peace between the King and his Parliament. 

BaniOicd the Kingdom, by a Vote of the Houfe 
of Commons. — - 

His Addrefs to the Peers on that Occafion. 
LODOVICK, Charles, Eletlor Palatine, his Let- 
ter to the Houfe of Commons, for the an- 
nual Allowance fettled by Parliament on 
his Family. — — 1 

Comes into England, and lands at Greenwich. - 

His Anfwer to a MeHage from the Parliament, 
concerning his Arrival. — 

— Rcafons for coming into England. ■ 

Obtains a Grant from the Parliament, and what. 
His Letter, defiring Leave of the Parliament to 

vifit the King, — ■ — - ■ ■■■ - 

Receives the Arrears of his annual Allowance, 

and returns home. ■ - — 

LOKTON, Jehu, Serjeant at Law, one of thofe 

who ligned the Refolutions at Nottingham 

in 1387. — 

Impeached by the Commons on that Account. 
Charge againit him. • — 



> 38 ' 

rile. 



IO+, J 



473 
474 



263,4 
265 



473 
474 



124, 5 
275 

275> 6 

279(3282 
463 

<"b 5 

39. 40 



407 
432 
432 
LOKTON, 



Jig lizecy GOOgle 



382 I N D E X to 

LOKTON, Jahn, Serjeant at £«t»," his Anfwer 
to the Charge againft him. — — 

His Sentence. — — 

How mitigated by the Interpofition of the Bi- 

ftiops. — - — 

His BaniQwient to Ireland; — — 

Allowance towards the Expences of his Paflage. 

LOLLARDS, who, and why fo called. 

Tbeir Petition to the Parliament in 1395, againft 
the Power and Encroachments of the 

Church of Rome. — 

When prohibited from reading the Scriptures. - 

How perfecuted on that Account. 

LOMBARD-STREET, in Landen, whence that 

Name derived. — ■ ■ 

LONDON, City of, a Convention of the Eflatcs 

of the Realm held there in 1106. — 

■ — 1 107. 



tie 

Vet. 



A Parliament held there i 



-1 152. 
-1213. 

- 1223. 

- "37- 

- 1242. 
-1 246. 
- 124.6. 

- .248. 

- 1248. 
-1251. 
-1254. 
-1254. 
-1255. 
-.258. 

- 1264. 

- 1265. 



- "97' 
■ "99- 



Plague there, Anna 1433. 
1449. 



t n : 



Jig lizecy GOOgle 



Parliamentary Htfiory of England. 

m. 

LONDON, CV/jki/; a Parliament held there in 1513. 
Plague there, Amu 1532. — . — — 

'■ 1502. — — 

- 1603. 

1625. — — 

■ 1641. 



InfurreiSion (here, in Favour of King Cbarltt 
Account of. — — — — 

LONDON, Citizens «/, their extraordinary Re- 
fentment againft Hubert dt Burgh* Chief 
Juftice of England* Account of. — 

Heavy Fine impofed on them by Richard II. - 

Their Petition to the Commons againft B Lib ops. 

—-—Petition to both Houfes againft Grievances. 

■ .. ■ infolent Behaviour before Wtflminfltr- 

HalU at the Trial of the Earl of Strafford. 

7 ignominious Treatment of thofe Members 

wbo voted for him. — — — 

Reoueft to the Lords, for an Anfwer to 

their Petition concerning Grievances. — 

— — Petition, for preventing the Earl of Straf- 

ford's Efcape from the Tower. — 

— Conditions indited upon for lending Mo- 
ney to the Commons. — — 

■ - ■ prodigious Cry againft the Bifhops, Ac- 

count of. '■ — 

— Petition to the Commons againft a Loan, 
— — Reafont againft it. — — 
■ — ■ Petition againft an Ordinance concerning 

the Militia. — 

— — - Loan to the Parliament, and Security for 

the fame. — — 

Petition and Propofals to the Commons, 

concerning the Parliament's Army. — 
Raife Light Horfe and Dragoons for the Parlia- 
ment. — — 

Their farther Propofals to the Commons. — 

— — Diviuon, with regard to Peace or War, 

Account of. — — — 

■ — — Petition to the Parliament for Peace. — 

— ■- ■ how received by them. 



3 8 3 

Page. 

V 

87 

52 

3*5. 35« 
4*4 



28 
449 

1 14/0122 
224, 5. 6 

247,8 



248 



127 
234. 5 
23s "239 

395. 6 

136 

34. 5.6 

37 

5". 2, J 



103 
' LONDON, 



Jig lizecy GOOgle 



384 INDEX/* 

LONDON, Citiznu ef, their Petition proteftcd 
again ft, and by whom. r ..■■—. 

Their kequefts to the Parliament concerning the 
raiting of Money, He. — ■ 

— - . — Proportion of a Weekly Afleflment levied 

by the Parliament throughout England. — 

■ Petition for Relief in this Particular, Ab- 
ftracl of. 

— — to the Commons, againft a Peace 
with the King. ■ ■ — 

1 1 ■■ Rem on ill ante, letting forth their great 
Diftrefs. 

Invite both Houfes of Parliament to Dinner. 

Their Petition, relating to the Army under the 
Earl of Ejftx. — 

■ ■■■ ■ to the Parliament, for Unity 

amongftthemfclvei. — ■ 

two Petitions, concerning Debts and De- 
linquents. ■- -- ■ 

— Petition, on occa&on of theKing'sSuccefs 
at opening the Campaign in 1645. — 

— — Complaint of the many private Meetings 
there, of Women Preachers, &t. 

— Petition to the Peers for fupprefling the 

Independents, and for a good Conefpond- 

eijce with the Seels, &c. 

■— - how received by that Houfe. - 

■ by the Commons. 

o the Peers, for Leave to fend an 



the 

Vol. Page. 



Addrefs to the King. 

— Draught thereof. — 

— — — — how received by the Peers, — 
by the Commons. 



Solicited to lend 200,000/. to the Commons. 

Their Propofal thereupon. — — 

— — Petition to the Parliament for difbanding 

the Army, and for removing preaching Sol - 

diets, &c, — ■ — 

- ■ ■■■ ■ for rcdreijing 

fome other Grievances. — — 

How complimented by both Houfes on this Oc- 
casion, — ■ , ■ — ' 



Jglzecy GOOgk 



Parliamentary Hijiory ^England. 

fa 



LONDON, Citizens of, their Petition to the Peers, 
on occafion of the Differences between the 
Parliament and the Army. - — ■■ ■ - 

How complimented thereupon by the Lords. 

■ by the Commons. 

Their Requeft to the Lords, concerning the De- 
mands of the Army. — ■ ■ 

Depute a Committee of Aldermen and Commons 
to attend the Army. — ■*- — 

Their Anfwer to a Letter from the Army, con- 
cerning their Demands. — — 

■ Draught of a Letter to be fent to General 
Fair/ax, relating to their being charged 
with railing Forces againft the Army. — 

— — Petition to the Parliament, for Payment of 
the Army and a fpeedy Settlement of the 

. to the Parliament, for revolting an 

Ordinance touching the City Militia. — 
■ " ■ ■ .. ■ for revoking a 

Declaration againlt procuring of Petitions. 
— ■ - to the Peers, to flop the Army's March 

towards Lvndtn. — — — 

Reverfe all their Proceedings againft the Army. 
Congratulate Sir Thomas Fairfax^ on his Entry 

into London with his Forces. — 
Their Prcfent intended him on this Occafion. 
Behaviour at this Calls, Account of. — 

■ Petition to the Peers, againft the Army's 
taking Free Quarter, and other Grievances. 

How anfwered. — 

Their Petition to the Parliament, relating to the 

Stett. — 

. to the Commons, relating to the 

Militia. — — . 

■ ■■■■■ Refolution to adhere to the Parliament. 
Petition, for aDifcharge of their impeached 

Aldermen. — . — ■ 

How received by the Parliament. — — 
Their Petition to the Lord Mayor, concerning 

the Militia, an Infurreftion in KtMt, 69V. 
B b 



385 

Pagt. 



1 5' 420, 

15 l 421, 

422 



438 
4381.440 

489, 90 

52 (.57 

I74«i79 
■ 79. 80 
1901 x 

2 3 8 

238 

* 3 ! 

238. 9 

364«3«7 
368 . 



■32 

»7°> » 



. "95. «. 7 
IONDON, 



Jig lizecy GOOgle 



3?6 



I N 



E X to 



LONDON, Citizens »/, their Petition for a per- 

fonal Treaty with the King, — — 

How anfwered by the Parliament. — ~- 

Their Petition to the Peers, concerning one from 

the Officers of the Militia. — — 

■ to the Parliament for a perfonal 
Treaty with the King, as a Meant to redrefs 
their Grievances. — — — — 

How anfwered by the Peers. —» — ■ 

■ by the Commons. — — 
Their Petition to the Commons, agatnft a Trea- 
ty with the King, and praying that Houfe 
to declare themfelves the Supreme Autho- 
rity of the Nation. ■ 

i requesting an Anfwer to the for- 
mer. 

■■ii- rude Behaviour on that Oecafion. 

■ " ' Petition to the Parliament, againft an Or- 

dinance prohibiting fuch Citizens from fcr- 
ving any Office there, who had promoted a 

perfonal Treaty with the King. 

How anfwered by the Lords. — * — 

■ by the Commons. — — 

Their Petition in Favour of Col. Labourite, com- 
mitted to the Tower for writing a Pam- 
phlet. - . ■ — ■ 
How reprimanded for it. — ■ 
Entertain the Houfe of Commons at Dinner. • 
Their P'refcn t, on that Oecafion, to the Generals 

Fairfax and CrtmwiU. — 

How rewarded by the Commons, — 
Their Relblution to fupport them. — 
—— formal Invitation to the Parliament. — 

■ Anfwer to a Letter from General Monie, 
concerning his March towards Eng- 
land. ■ — 

— Addrets to the Parliament, on the Reftora- 
' tiOn of the fecluded Members. — — 

How anfwered. — — — » — -- 

- . ■ addreued by the King from Bnia, — 
Their AnfweF. — — — — 



the 

Vtl. P^ ft 

17 264,5,6 

17:266, 7 



"390 
39°. » 
393.4 



' 45 1 (#460 



461, 
462 



! 480, I 
I 481 

: 481 



130 

456, 
48 * 5" 



'3»,9 
"['39 

22 247, 8 
aa| 363^267 
LONG, 



Jiglize^y GOOgle 



Parliamentary Hi/lory of England. 

Vol. 
LONG, Welter, Eft; his Speech, concerning a 

Bill of Tonnage, . 

His Account of fome Popifh Priefts releafcd out 
of Newgate, — — - - - — 

— Anfwer, relating to his Evidence againft 

— Account of the Proceedings at Newgate 

againft thefe People. — 

Summoned by the Privy- Council, to anfwer his 

Miibehaviour in the Houfe of Commons. 
Secretes himfelf. - — - ... -w 

Apprehended, and committed to the King's 

Bench Prifon. ■ ■»■■ 

Profecuted in the Star- Chamber. — — 
Brought before the Court of King's Bench upon 

a Habeas Corpus. • 

Removed to the Tower by the King's Warrant. 
Oners to give Bail, but refufes to find Sureties 

for his good Behaviour. — 

Committed again to the King's Bench Prifon. 
His Cafe in the Star-Chamber. — 

— Sentence pronounced againft him there. 

— Sufferings, how rewarded by the Commons. 
One of the Eleven Members charged by the Ar- 
my with Mifdemeanors. — ■ 

Retires into foreign Parts. - ■■ — 

LORDS, Lift of, at the firft Parliament of King 

Edward VI. ' ■ 

Lift of, who protefted againft the A& for the 
Marriage of the Clergy. — — 

— ■■■ - at the firft Parliament of King James I. 

See PBEas. 
LORDS, New Houfe of, appointed by Cromwell. 

Their Character. 

Lift of them. ■ ■ i . 

Their Menage to the Commons, concerning a 

Fail. 

■ Authority called in Queftion. — — 

— Menage to the Commons, concerning an 
Addrefs to the Protector. — — 

How an 1 we red. ■ ■ 

Bb a 



3*7 

Page, 

273 

299, 30O 
3°5 

30 6 . 7. s 

354 
35° 

356 « 
359^368 

370 
37» 

37+ 
376 

37? '»3 8 i 
38' 
277 

470^473 
275 

216, 17 

257 
9, 10,11 

166 
66 
167, 8 



196 



rg8 
198 
LORDS, 



Jglzecy GOOgle 



3 88 



N D E X to the 

Vol. 

LORDS, their Diflblurion. — 

Summoned to Weflminfter by Richard Crtmwell 

in 1658. ■ 

How difconcerted at that Meeting. — — 
Remarkable Speech againft them. — — 
Their Diflblution, an3 how occafioned. — 
LORD's DAY, Resolution of the Commons con- 
cerning it. — — ■ 
LOVE, Rev. Mr- convifled of High Treafon 

againft the State. — — '9 

His Sentence by the High Court of Juftlce. - - 19 

Petition in Favour of his Life, Account of. — 19 

LOVELACE, Lord, his D«pofition in Favour of 

the Earl of Portland. — — — 

LOVETOT, Sir John, JmJHa of the Common 

Pleas, how fined for Extortion. — 1— 

LOUDON, Earl of. See Campbbll. 

LOWE, Gtarge, his Depofition in Favour of the 

Lord-Treafurer ASiddUftx. — — 

LLOYD, Richard, Efq\ his Charge againft the 

Earls of Northumberland and Pmbreie. - 15 
His Depofition againft them before the Peers. - 15 
LLOYDE, Edward, Efq; convened before the 
Commons for afperfing the Princefs Pala- 

His Sentence on that Account. — — 5 

Summoned totheBaroftheHoufeof Lords. - 
His Charge, and Anfwer. — — 

Sentence, and Execution. — 

LUCAS, Sir Charles, taken Prifoner at the Siege 

oiCtkbtJitr. — 17 

His Sentence and Death, on that Occafion, Ac- 
count of. - ■' ■■■■ 17 

LUDLOW, Sir Henry, his Reflexion upon King 

Charles I. — ; — 

How reproved by the Speaker of the Houfc of 

Commons. 

LUDLOW, Lieutenant-General, his Account of 
the Commons ifliiing out new Writs for 
fupplying Vacancies in their Houfc. — 



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LUDLOW, Lituttnmt-Gmrat, his Account of a 
Debate in the Houfe of Commons, con- 
cerning the Draught of a Petition from the 
City of Londun to the King, on the Subject 

of Peace. — 

His Account of a Debate in the Houfe of Com- 
mons, concerning fomc Troopers who had 
brought a Letter from the Army, exclaim- 
ing againft the Parliament. 

of the Army's Motive for charging 
the Eleven Members of the Houfe of Com- 
mons with Treafon, — • 

- of the riotous Behaviour of the 



London Apprentices before the Parliajnent- 
Houfe. 

- of divers Members of both Houfe* 



withdrawing thcrmelves to the Army, and 
their Reafons for Co doing. 

- of the Behaviour of the Citizens of 



Linden, upon the Advance of ibe Army to 
the City. — — — — 

— Project for obitrudling the Union of the 

King and Parliament by the Treaty of 
Peace in the Iflt offfigbt. 

— Remark on the Cruelties exercifed by Crm- 

tvtll in taking the Town of Drtgbtda. 
■ — Account of the Proceedings of the Houfe of 

Commons, to Secure their Power. — — 

- ■' of Cromwtlfi taking Wixfgrd. 

•— Remark on his Behaviour at a Conference 

between a Committee of the Council of 

State and Lord Fairfax. — 
Appointed one of the Commiuioners to go 

Inland, in order to fettle the Civil Affairs 

there. 
His Account of a Charge of Bribery againft Lord 

Hnuard, of Efirick. — — — 

— • - of an Embafiy from the States Ge- 
- nera) to the Parliament, touching fome Dif- 
ferences in Point of Trade. 

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the Commiffioners to fettle the Govern- 
ment of Ireland. — - — - 
His Account of CrtmuulF* diflblving the Long 
Parliament. ■ ■ 

— Character of Crtmwttfi firft Parliament. 

— Account of the Artifice of CrtmwtU, in p 

curing the Parliament to fiirrender back 
their Power, and the Manner in which it 
was done. — — — 

m~— —of CrgmwtWt Reafons for diflblving 
his fecund Parliament. — — 

— Remarks op a Petition from the Officers of 

the Army againft Crtmmtffi being King. 

-,— Character of CramvitlPs New Houfe of 

Lords. — ■■ - 

— Narrative, of a Debate on a Bill for recog- 

nizing Richard CrtmwiWi Title to the 
Protectorate. — •■ 

— Account of the Proceeoings in the Houfe of 

Commons, concerning Scots and Irijk 
Members. ■■ ■■■ ■ ■ — 

— Remarks on the Commons' tranfa&ing Bu- 

finefs with the Other Houfe. 

— Account of fome Proceedings, relative to 

the Diflblution of Richard Crtunv*W& Par- 
liament. 

^m of the Proceedings, relative to the 

Coalition between the Army and the Re- 
publican Party, for reftoring the Long Par- 
rnent. ■ ' — — 

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Choice of a new Council of State. — 
«—- Chara&cr of Gen, Mo*it. — — 

Appointed Commander in Chief of all the Forces 

in Inland. • " ■ — 

His Account of the Manner of taking Leave of 

his Friends. * 

— lucrative Polls in the Army. — . — 

— Reafons for fufpe&ing the Fidelity of Gen. 

Lambert to the Parliament, —* — 



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LUDLOW, LieMtinant-G titer u!, his Account of 
the Army's Intentions to force a Diffolu- 

His Account of their Proceedings for that Pur* 
pofc. — •— — 

Impeachment of High Treafon againft biro. - 
Difchargcd from his Employments. — — 
His Account of thePofture of Affairs in 1659. 
. . . of Gen. MetikJ& March to London, 

and his Proceedings there. — 
— - Retirement into Switzerland. 
— farther Account of Gen. iWawi/sProceedings 
LUNSFORD, Cal. appointed Lieutenant of the 
Tower. — • — — 

His Character. — .— — 

Attempt of the Commons to remove him, Ac- 
count of. — — — 
LUSJGNAN, Guy, one of the Committee for 
King Henry III. appointed to reform the 
Kingdom. — 
His Defcent, and Alliance to King Henry III. 

Account of. — — — I 64 

Driven out of the Kingdom by the Barons. — I 66 
LUTHER, Martin, bis Attack on the Papal Au- 
thority. -■■■■- ■.-■ — 
His Doctrine againft the Pope's Supremacy,, Suc- 

cefs of. — — — 3 56 

LUXURY in Apparel, how retrained in 136a. - I 293 

SurprixingAccountoftheExcefsthereof 101388. I 441 

1464. a 327 

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M ABBOT, Gilbert^ appointed by the Parlia- 
ment Licencer of the Ptefs. 
C, new one ordered by the Commons. 

Form thereof. — — — — — 

MACKWORTH, CoL Gavtmer of Sbrewjiury* 

receives a Summons from King Cbariei II. 

to furrender the Town and Caftlc to him. 

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how rewarded by the Commons for refu- 
ting to furrender that Town and Caftle. - 
MAGAZINE at Hull, Meffage from the King 
concerning it. — — — 

Refolution of the Parliament for removing it to 
London. — — ■ ■ . 

Petition of Yortjbiri Gentry again ft fuch Rcfolvc. 
Removed to London by the Parliament, — — 
MAGNA CHARTA,thegreatAdvantageathere- 
of to the Subjects of England. • 

How defined by the Lawyers. ■ — ■ — 

When firil granted, and by whom. -■ — ■■ 

Confirmed to the Barons by King Htnry III. — 
Cancelled by him. ■ — 

Confirmed by him again. — 

— i a third Time. — 

Violation thereof, how punifhed by the Church. 

Confirmed by King Edward I. in 1276. 

— ; 1297. 

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— „ . — 1301. 

■ ■ ■ by King Edward III. 1334. 

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— — . — — — 1362. 

MAJOR-GENERALS, Lift of \ appointed by the 

Protestor Cr&mwtU, to prevent Infurrcctions 

againft his Government. ■ --■■ — 

Inftru&ions to them. — — — 

Their Conduct, fome Account of. 1 

MAJOR, Richard, Bfq% appointed one of the 

Protector's Council. ' — — 

MAITLAND, Earl of Laudtrdale, and one of 

tbi Scots Commtjjiontr s, his Speech on oc- 

cafion of the Parliament's Army taking 

King Chariot I. from Holdtnhj. 

Intuited by Sir Thomas Fairfax's Soldiers, and on 

what Account. — 

His Letter to Lord Bakarras, concerning the 

Scots Expedition into England in 1651. — 

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MA1TLAND, Earl of Lauder dale, taken Prifoner 
at the Battle of Werctfltr. — — 

See Commissioners. 
MALCHOLM, King of Scotland, his Subjection 

to King Henry II. Account of. 

MALLET, Mr. Jufliee, his Examination and 
Anfwer, touching a Petition from the 

County of Kent. — — 

Committed to the Tower. — ■ , - 

MALLORY, , EJq; committed to Prifon for 

' oppofing the Meafures of King%ra«I. 

MALT LIQUOR, its Price afcertained by t 
Commons, and what. — __ 

MALTRAVERS, Sir John, how fentenced, for 
being concern'd in the Death of the Earl of 

Kent. 

Proclamation iffued againft him, and for what 
Purpofe. — « m. 

His Submiffion to the King. — — 

Reftored to his Honour and Eflate. — — 

MAN, lilt of, furrendered to the Commons. 
MANCHESTER, Earl of. Sec Montague. 
MANIFESTO, Form of, in Favour of the Elec- 
tor Palatini. ■■ 



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MANNERS, George, Earl of Rutland, appointed 
one of the Parliament's Committee to re- 
fide with the Scots Army before Newark. 
His Letter, with an Abbreviate of the Muftera 
of that Army. — <^_ 

Account of the Siege of Newark. 

One of the Twelve Peers who rejefied an Ordi- 
nance of the Commons for Trial of King 
Charles I. - ■ ■ -- , 
MANNY, Sir Walter, his Declaration to the Par- 
liament in 1355. — 

MANSEL, Lord, his Speech in Favour of dt Hath, 
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MANSELL, Sir Robert, his Speech on feme Pro- 
portions of King Charles I. for a Supply. 
MANWARING, R»g4r t D.D. Charge againft 
him, on Account of two Sermons preached 
by him before King CharUs I. — — 
Declaration againft him by the Commons. — 
His Charge more fully laid open by Mr. Pymme. 
Taken into Cuftody by Order of the Peers. ■ — 
Brought to the Bar of the Houfe of Lords. — 

Denies the Tenets aiiedged againft him. 

His Proteftatioo* touching the fame. — — 
'— Requefts to the Lords. — ■ 

— Anfwer to the Charge againft him. - 
Reproved at his Trial by George Abbtt y Arch- 
bifhop of Canterbury, — — 

His Judgment by the Lords. — — — 

Sent to the fleet. — - -- ■ ■ 

His Submiffion at the Bar of the Houfe of Lords. 
Makes the fame SuhmilEon before the Commons. 
His Sermons fuppref&d by Proclamation. — 
Receives the King's Pardon, made Redlor of 
Stanford- RivtrSy and foon after Bifttop of 

St. David's. — — 

Ordered to attend upon the Houfe .of Peers, — 

Secretes himfelf. 

His Temporalities* how difpofed of on this Oc- 
casion. ■ " ■ '- i 
DE LA MARE, Sir Peter, committed clofe Pri- 
foner to Nottingham Caftle, and on what 
Account. — — 
His Releafement therefrom. — 
Chofen Speaker for the Commons in 1 377, being 

the firft upon Record. 

His Proteftation on that Occafion. — 

— Propofals for regulating the Government. 

MARESCHAL, William, Earl of Ptmbrtkt, one 

of King John's Ambaffadors to the Barons, 

concerning the Charter of Liberties. — 

MARGARET, JPhwb, Cenfirt U King Henry the 

Sixth, her Coronation. — 

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Sixth, her Charaacr, by Pttjdwt FtrgU. ■ 
Her Character, by D'Orltans. — — 

*— great Refpeit for Wtliiem dt la Ptle, Mar- 
quis of Suffolk. — — ■■ ■ ■ 
■— Contrivances with the Maiquis to ruin the 

Duke of Gltxttfltr. - 

•—- Ufu'rpatian. ■ — 
. — Endeavours to fcreen her Favourite from 
public Refent merit. — 

Refolutions of Parliament againft her. — — 
Overturns the Power of the Confederate Lords. 
Obliges the King to revoke the Grant of P/otec- 

torfhip to Richard Duke of Yerk. — — 
Her Agreement with the Confederate Lords, and 

folemn ProcelEon in Consequence thereof. 
• — Flight into the North, and Occalion of it. 
w~ Refuial to ratify theTreaty between the King 

and the Duke of Yuri. — — 

— Army raifcd on that Account, Number of. 

— March at the Head of it. — — 
n— Victory over the Duke and bis Forces at 

— - Treatment of him. — 

— Defeat of the Earl of Warwick* near St. At- 

Retakes the King, and marches towards London. 
Changes her Rout, and on what Occafion. — 

Marches to Ytrk. • • •• — 

Her great Defeat at Towion. — - 

— Flight with the King and her Son into Seet- 

Attainted of High Trcafon at the Parliament in 

Her freflt Efforts to regain the Crown. — — 
■ — Defeat at Htgelty-Maor, by King Edw. IV. 

■ ■ at Tewkfiurft and the fatal Confc - 

, quences thereof. ■ ■ — ■■ ■ ■ 

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Their Declaration to the Parliament, for a per- 

fonal Treaty with the King. ■■ 

MARKHAM, Majtr t his Letter, relating to the 

State of Ltncolnjbire. •— — — 

MARLBURGH, a Convention of the Eftatee held 

there in 1269. — 

MARLEY, Sir John, Mayr of NraxaflUi taken 
Prifoner at the Surrender of that Town 

to- the Parliament. * ■ 

Heavy Complaint againft him, Particulars of. 

Excepted from the Parliament's Mercy. — 

MARQUIS, who the firft created. — — 

MARRIAGES, Debate thereon by the Commons. 

By Force, how remedied by the Commons. — 

How folemnized, and by whom, from the Year 

1653 to the Reftoration. «— ' — 

MARSTON-MOOR, BattU of, between King 

Charles I. and his Parliament. ■ 

MARTIAL-LAW, when firft inftituted. — 
MARTIN V. Pope, his Remonftrance to King 
Henry VI. and the Parliament, touching 
the Statute of Provilbrs, — 

MARTIN, SirHenrj, his Speech on fome Pro- 
portions of King Charles I. for a Supply. - 
His Speech, againft the Lords' Addition to the 
Petition of Right. - r — 

— ■ ■ againft the Validity of Dr, Monta- 

gue's Epilcopal Confirmation. ■ ■- 

— remarkable Expreffion to vindicate his Inno- 

cency, touching a Complaint againft him. 

— Report, concerning the Reprieve of a Popilh 

Prieft. 

MARTIN, Henry, Ejq\ his Speech againft Mo- 
nopolies. ■ ' 
His Report to the Lorde, touching the Queen- 
' Mother. 1 — *. — 

— of the King's Preparations to befieee 

Huii. _ — : — 

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MARTIN. Hmrj, Eft-, his Reafon for opening 
Letter of the Earl of NsrtbumbtrUmd'a to 
hia Lady. ■ — 

Juftifies the Action, and is caned by the Earl 

His pert Expreffions at a Conference with the 

Peers, concerning an Ordinance for feizing 

the Eftates of the Royaliib. — — 
Caufci the King's Stablet to be broken open, 

and leizes two of his Majcfty 's Hories. — 
His audacious Anfwer to a Menage from thi 

Peers on this Occafion. ■■ - 

Vindicated in this A3, and by whom. 

His Language in the Houfe of Commons againft 

the King and Royal Family. 

Committed to the Tower on this Account. — 
Releafed upon his Petition, and re-admitted to 

his Seat in Parliament. - - ■ — 
Reply to the Setts Commiffioners' Objections to 

the Parliament's new Proportions of Peace. 
MARY, «W, tldtji Daughter U K. Henry VIII. 

her Acceffion to the Throne. — — 3 

Puts out a general Pardon. — 3 

Difcharges the laft Sublidy. — -•■■- ■ 3 

Her Proclamation on that Account. — — 3 
Calls a Parliament to Wijlminjltr in 03. 1553. 3 

Sollkited to marry ■ 3 

Receives an Addrefs from the Commons, againft 

marrying Philip of Spain. — — * 3 

Diflolves the Parliament. — 3 

Summons a new one to Oxford, and adjourns it 

to fPiflminfler in 1554. — 3 

Obtains Confent of the Parliament to marry 

Diflblves the Parliament. — 3 

Marries Philip of Spain, eldeft Son to the Em- 
peror Charles V. - ■ 1 3 
Proclaimed with her Ilufband. — — 3 
Their Titles. — .■■-. ... 3 
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MARY, £■«», etf«yf Daughter t* K. Harj VIII. 

herLetter to the Sheriffs, commanding them 

to eJeft Catholic Members. — — 

Her Solemnity at opening the Parliament in 1554. 

Obtains a Repeal of all the Ads made againft 

the Pope. -■ ■■ — ■ 

Diffolvet this Parliament. — 

Refenti the Separation of fome Members of the 

Houfe of Commons. — 

Gives Orders for their Indictment in die King's 

Bench, — 

Fancies herfelf with Child. — — 

Receives an extraordinary Addreft On this Oc- 

cafion. ■ 1 11 . — — 1 

Summons another Parliament to tViJlminfttr in 

1555- ■ 

Obtains tbe Grant of a Subfidy from the Com- 
mons. .1 ■— . " ■ 1 
Tampers with feme Lords about bringing in a 
Bill for the ReAitution\of Church-Lands. 
Finds the Nobility averfe to this Project, and 

drops it. ' ' ■ , 

Gives the Firft- Fruits and Tenths to the Church. 

Diflblves the Parliament. — > 

Lofes the important Town of Calais. — — 
Summons a new Parliament to fViflmtfttr in 

, SS 8. 

Obtains a Subfidy from the Clergy and Laity. 
Her Orders concerning the State of (he Nation. 
— Sicknefs and Death. — — — 

MASON, , £/fi his Speech on the Liberty 

OftheSnbjed. . 

His Speech, in Anfwer to the Lords' Addition to 

the Petition of Right. — 

MASSEY, Cupt. Fronds, his Realbns for flopping 

the Sots Commiflioiieis' Mefienger, and 

talcing his Letters from him. — — 

Committed to Prifon by the Peers on that Ac- 

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MASSIE, Major-General, one of the Eleven 
Members of the Houfe of Commons, char- 
ged by the Army with Mifdcmeanon. — 
Reftored to his Seat in the Houfe again. ■— *— 
Taken Prifoner at the Battle of Wtrtefier. — 
MAUNDAY THURSDAY, extraordinary Ce- 
remony on that Day. ■ — 
MA YE, SiV Humphrey, Cbanceller tf the Duchy ef 
Laneajitr, his Speech to (often a Debate 

National Grievances. 

His Speech to haften a Supply, — 

Interrupts Sir John Elliot in his Recapitulation 

of public Grievances. — _ 

His Speech, to filence the Exceptions of the 

Commons againft the King's Mmifters. — 

— ■•• ' ■ - in favour of Dr. Montague and 

T>t.Lttui. — -- _ 

- on Mr. Reiki's Complaint about 



Tonnage. 

on the Procefs againft Merchants 

on this Account. — 

in Vindication of Lord Chief Juftice 

Hide, for reprieving fome Popifli Prieftg. - 

" on the King's Warrant to the Cu- 

stomers for Tonnage. 



-. againft feizing the Goods of a Par- 
liament-Man. — 

MAYNARD, Sir Jain, his Speech on public 

Grievances, ■ . - 

11 — on the Privileges of Parliament. — 

One of the Eleven Members charg*d by the Army 

with Mifdcmeanon. — _ 

Expelled the Houfe of Commons, and committed 

to the Tower. — .-- 

Impeached of High Treafon. — — 

Charge againft him, Particrdan of. — 

His remarkable Behaviour at the Bar. of the 
Houfe of Lords. — __ 

— Fine and Imprifbnment, Account of. — 
Discharged, from Reftraint, and reftored to his 
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MAYNARD, Sir Jtbn, his Speech id Favour of; 

Col. Liibournt, Prisoner in the Tower. - 17 
MAYNARD, Lord, impeached by the Commons I 

of High Treafon. — 16 

Discharged from Reftraint, and reftored to his [ 

Seat in Parliament. ■ ■ ■ ~' I 7 

One of the Peers who rcje&ed an Ordinance of 

the Commons for Trial of King Charles I. 18 
MAYNARD, John, Efq; his Speech againft the 
Commons' Declaration for nuking no far- 
ther Addrefs to the King. ' — — 
Made a Judge by Gen. Cromwell, on his enter- 
ing to the Protectorate. — ' - . ■ 
MEAL, Salt of, how regulated by the Commons. 
MEASURES, when firft appointed by Parliament. 
MELCOMB-REGIS Staph, when held there. - 
MELDRUM, Sir John, bis Letter, giving an Ac- 
count of railing the Siege of Montgomery 
Cattle, in Wales. — — -. 1 13 260, 1,3 
MELTON, William, Archbifbcp of Tori, Force put 

upon him by the Citizens of London. — 1 iti 
Appointed one of the Guardians for the young 

King, Edward 111. — — l I91 

His Acquittal from an Impeachment, on account 

of the late King. . — 1 209, 10 

— Difpute with Simon Mtpham, Archbiwop of 

Canterbury. — I 218, 19 

MEMBER oftht Houfe of Commons ditaintd, De- 
bate thereon. ■ ■ ■■ ' 4. 148^150 

MEMBERS, of the Houfi of Comment, expelled 
in Auguft and September, 1642, Lift of. - 
Lift of, fince expelled, and on what Account. 13 
■ expelled in January, 1643. — — 13 

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VtU Pa t t. 

MEMBERS, ffotb Heufii tube went to tbe Arm,, 

their fcngagement on this Gccaiion. — 16 241,2,3 

Lift of, who figncd it. — — . — ■ (6 243, 4 

Of tbe Heufi of Commons impeached by the Army, 

who retired to foreign Parts, Lift of. — 16 275 

Of tbt Heufi of Lords, impeached of High Trea- 
f«n by the Commons, Lift of. — — 

Uifchargcd rrom Reflraint, and reftored to their 
Seat*. — — - 

Of tbt Heufi of Comment impeached, reftored 
again to their Seats in Parliament. — 

Of tbt Heufi of Commons, Lift of, who were im- 
prifoned and fccludcd by die Army in De- 
cember, 1648. — — — 16 

Their Protection thereupon. — ' — — 18 

Lift of, difcharged from Confinement by the Ar- ! 
my. — I x8 

— - • ■ re-admitted on certain Conditions. — 19 

' ' who conftituted Cromwell's fecond Par- 1 

J lament in 1654. — ■■■. — ■ 20 

' returned to ferve in CrtmwelFt third 
Parliament. _. 

Their Admittance into the Houfc, Manner of. 

Secluded, arbitrary Vote againft them. — . — 

Their Remonftrance thereupon. — — 

Lift of, who Signed it. ' ■ ■ 

Of tbe Heufi of Comment, elecied to ferve in 
Richard Cromwell's Parliament, Lift of. 

Of tbe dtffolvedJunSo m 1653, humorous De- 
fcri prion of. — ■ ■■. , — 

Oftht Long Parliament, furviving in 1 659, Lift of. 

Allowed by the Army to begin a new Seffion, 

Lift of. . : 

How fined for Non-Attendance. — 

Re-admiffion of thofe into the Houfe, who had 
been fecluded by Cromwell. — — 

Their Articles with Gen. Monkt* — _ 



Lift of, who held Offices contrary to the Self- 
denying Ordinance, with their Characters. 
• returned to ferve in the Convention Par- 



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Vol. P H e. 
MEMORIAL, */ the Cowmont, concerning the 

Great Contract with King James I. — 5 251 to 26© 
Of the Purs., on the fame Account. . — — 5 261, 2, j 
Of the Parliament, to Kinejamet I. in Justifica- 
tion of the Duke of Buckingham, againft an 
Afperfion of the Spanijh Ambaflador. — 6 in, 11 
Of tht Dutch Ambajfadort, concerning their 1 274 

Mediation for Peace between King y 13 284, 5 
Charles 1. and his Parliament. J 310, it 

On the Subjecl of Peace. — 13 412/9414 

Of Monfitur Sabran, the French Agent, on his 

being denied a public Audience. — — 13 396, 7, 8 
Of the Proceed ings-of the Stats Army in England, 

Anna 1645. -, 13 4741*484 

Of the Scats CommiJfioners in London, on their 

Return home. ■ - ■ - 15 252/0257 

MEPHAM, Simon, Archbi/hop cf Canterbury, his 

Speech to the Parliament in 1332. " I 214 

Withdraws himfelf, and the Occafion thereof. - 1 214 
His Difpute with WiUiamdt Melton, Archbifbop 

of York. — — 1 218 - 

— Refufal to attend the Parliament at York, in 

1332, and the Reafon of it. — — 1 218, 19 
MERCHANTS, their Petition to the Commons, 

againft the Lard-Treafurer Middlefex. — 6 188, 9 
MERKS, Thomas, Bijhop of Carlifle, his elegant 
Speech at the Parliament in 1399, againft 
the Ufurpation of King Edward IV. — 2 42 ti 5* 
His Treatment, in Confequence thereof. ■ 2 50 

MERTON, a Convention of the Eftates held 

there in 1236. -7- 1 32 

MESSENGERS from the King to the Parliament, 
with his Aniwer to their. Proportions for 

Peace. . -r^— — 13 347, S 

Their Reception and Proceedings about this ) 348, 

Bulinefs, Particulars of. J * 353'«35& 

MIDDLESEX, Ear{ of. See Cranfibld. 
MIDDLETON, Sir Thomas, his Letter, giving 
an Account of railing the Siege of Montgo- 
mery Caftle. — — — 13 288, 9 

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fa. 

MILDMAY, Sir Walttr, Chancellor of thi Exche- 
quer, his Speech for a Subfidy. ■ ■ ■ 4 
His Speech on the Lenity of Queen Elizabeth. - 4 
for fecuring the Naiion againft Popery. 

MILDMAY, Sir henry, his Motion for a Jewel 



o be prefented to Gene- 



of 800/. Value, 

ral Cromwell. . 
MILITIA if tbi whale Kingdom, ordered up to 

London* and on what Occafion. — 

Their Number at that Time. ■ 

Debate thereon by the Commons. ■ . ■ ■■ 

Ordinance concerning this Affair, Form of. — 
Settled by the Parliament without the King's 

Contents . — . 

For the City of London, how altered by Parliament 
Debate thereon by the Commons* in 1660. 

MILTON, Mr. Order of the Commons for his 

Commitment and Profecution. ■■ 

MINISTERS of London, their Petition. to the 

Peers again!* Schifms. — — 

Of Rutland/hire, their Petition to the Parliament 

againft Heretical Doctrines. 

■ Articles of Complaint 

againft Samuel Oattt. — - — 

Propofals to the Commons concerning them. - 

MITCHELL, Sir Francis, Charge againft him by 

the Lords for Bribery. — — 

His Defence. — — 

Sentence againft him. ■ ■ 

His defpicable Character. — 

— Degradation, Ceremony of. — — 
MITTON, CoL Thomas, his Letter, giving an 

Account of the Surrender of Ruthin to him 
for the Ufe of the Parliament. —— 
His Letter, giving an Account of the Services 
• done to the "Parliament by Dr. Williams, 
late ArchbUhop of York. — 

— farther Account of that Prelate's Zeal for the 

Parliament's Ciufe. 
MOCK-DEVOTION, an extraordinary Inftance 
of. — — — . 
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MOHUN, Lardy his Letter, excuiing hit Ab- 
sence from the Parliament. 

MOMPESSON, Sir Giles, taken intoCuftody by 
Order of the Houfe of Commons. — 

Makes his ETcape, and goes beyond Sea. — 
His Rooks, Papers, tfc. feized. — ■■ 

— bafe Practices , relating to the Patents granted 

— Sentence, by the Lord's. 

... , by the King. ■■- 

MONARCHY, when abolilhed in England. I 

Speech in the Houfe of Commons, in Favour 
thereof. ■ ■ ■ 

MONASTERIES, the lifer, when fuppreffed. 

Their Revenues, how difpoifed of. 

■ ■ ■ Number, and yearly Income. — — 

TbeGreater, when fupprcfied, and their Re- 
venues feized. •— — ■■ ■ ■ 
MONKE, Admiral George, his Account of the 
Defeat of the Dutch Fleet by the Engtifi, 

in 1653. 

' How rewarded for his Conduit on that Occafion. 
MONKE, Col. George, his Offer to ferve the Par- 
liament againft the Rebels in Ireland. — 
Obtains a Commiflion for that Purpofe. ■ 
Agrees to a CelTation of Arms with the Rebels. 
How cenfured by the Commons for this Conduit. 
His Letter, touching a Treaty for the Surrender 
of Stirling Cattle, 

— Service to the Commonwealth, how rewarded 
Appointed one of the Com miffi oners for the Go- 
vernment of Scotland. — — — 

. . ■■ '■ fole Governor of that Kingdom. — 

His Letter to the Parliament in 1659, congratu- 
lating them on their Reiteration. — 

Character, Defer ipt ion of. — 

Appointed one of the Comm iffioners for govern- 
ing the Army, ■ • . " ■ ' 

His Letter from Scotland to Gen. Fleetwood, af- 
ferting the Liberty of Parliament. — 



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y»t. Pag: 
MONKE, Col. George, his Letter /ran Scotland to 
Gen.Lambert, aliening the Liberty of Par- 
liament. ■ ■ 

KnLcttcrftomSct>llaHtlwiyiliiaml.tnthiU,7Jqi 
Speaker. 

Marches his Ann; to Edinburgh, and feizes on 
Berwick. •■ 

His Treatment of Col. Cobbtt. 

Agrees to a Treaty for a Settlement of the State. 

His Letter to Gen. Fleetwood thereupon. — 

— Proceedings in the Treaty, fonie Account of. 

— Diligence in new-modelling his Army. — 
Calls a Convention of Eftates to Edinburgh, and 

Occafion thereof. - 

Advances towards England. 

Breaks the Treaty. ■ 

Remarkable Events, in Favour of his Scheme to 
bring in the King. ■ 

His private Converfation with Dr. Pr'ut on that 
Head. 

— ■■- Letter to the Parliament from Coldfirtam. 

How complimented thereupon. — - 

His Letter to the City of London, concerning the 
Freedom of Parliament. — 

How anfwered. — ■— * 

His Reply. — - 

Settlement on him by the Parliament, as a Mark 
of their Favour. 

His Letter to his Friends in the Weft againlt Mo- 
narchy. •■ 1 ■ ' 

Procures the Removal of the Parliament's Guards 
from London. ,- — 

Made Keeper of 5/. yames's Park. - — — 

His firft Speech to the Parliament. — 

Ordered to deftroy the Gates of the City of Lon- 
don, and the Portcttllices thereof. — 

His Letter to the Parliament on that Occafion. • 

— to the Parliament, dated from White- 
hall, 

«~- Speech and Declaration, concerning Govern- 
ment. — ——22 140^14.3 

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MONKE, Col. George, made Captain -General of 
all the Land Forces. — 

Joined in Commiffion with Montague, as an Ad- 
miral of the Fleet, ■■ ■ ■■ — 

Grants made him by the Parliament for his Ser- 
vices, .1 V ■ '■■ - 

His Agreement with the Secluded Members for 
teftoring them to their Seats. — 

— - Letter to the Army on that Occafion. 

•—- Declaration to' Sir Jabn Grtnvilli for refto- 
ring the King. ■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 

How complimented by the Commons at the Con- 
vention Parliament. - ■ ■ — » 
. — -r— addrefled by the King. ' — — 

Created Duke of AlbtmarU. .— — 

Manner of introducing him into the Houfe of 

His PropofaU for a Way to difband the Army 

without Mutiny. — ■ — 

MONOPOLY granted by Parliament, and on 

what Occafion. !—••■ — — 

MONOPOLIES, Debate thereon by the Com- 
mons, 
• Repealed by Queen Elizabeth. — t i ^- 

MONOPOLISTS, inquired after by the Com- 
mons. — _ — — — 
Severe Refolution aga'mft them. — ■ 
MONTACUTE, Sir William, how rewarded by 
King Edward III. for taking Roger Mor- 
,{ timer. Earl of March, tr~ ■■ ■ ■ 

Created Earl of Salijburj. «-. r- 

One of the Peers fummon'd to Parliament itt 1353 
— of the Committee appointed to confer with 

the Commons on Affairs of State, in 1373. 
■— - of the Peers fummoned to the fiift Parlia- 
ment of Richard IL >■ ■: ■■ .— 

- — — • of the Committee appointed to furvey the 

Government of his Perfon and -Court. — 

MONTACUTK, Jabn, Earl »f Satijhury, one of 

fiie Lords Appellants in J 397. ■— r -a 



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416 

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478. 9 


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108 


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234 
279 


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MONT ACUTE, Jthn, Earl if Salifbtry, one 
of the Peers who fworc to fupport the Re- 
folutions of Parliament tield in 1397. — I 481 
One of the Committee on whom the Authority 

of Parliament was delegated in 1398. — - I 494 
■ Pews fummoned to Parliament by 

Henry Duke of Lancafier, in 1399- — I 5°3 
Proceedings againft him, for Aits done in the 

twenty- firft of Richard II. — — - % 56 
His Anfwer thereto. ■ ■ - - 2 56 

Sentence againft him. a 57 

Reftored to his Honours and E (fates. — — 2 57 ■ 
Concerned in a Plot againft Henry IV. and be- 
headed. _____ — __ 2 65, 6 
MONT ACUTE, Thomas, Eari *f Sali/bury, one 
of the Peers fummoned to Parliament by 
Henry V. in 1414. 

MONTAGUE, Edward, Efq; how threatened 
by King Henry VIII. for oppofing his 
Mean) res, _____ ■ 

MONTAGUE, , Efy; his Speech oh a Sub- 

ficty BUI. ■ 4448 

MONTAGUE, , D. D. Complaint againft 

dim by the Commons. — — — 6 353, 

Taken into Cuftody. — — 6 354 ' 

Admitted to Bail, and difcharged from Confine- 

ment.by thelnterpofrtionof K'mgCharlesl. 6 354 
Called again to Account by the Commons. — 6 362 
■ Receives the King's Pardon, and made Bilbop of 

Chichtfttr. _____ g 244 

Complained of by the Commons. — — 8 279 
His Epifcopal Confirmation debated by them. - 8 285 ' 
MONTAGUE, Henry, Earl of Mancbejler, his 
Report of the fecond Part of a Conference 
between the Lords and Commons, on the 

Liberty of the Subject, -8 13 ft II 

IJis Report of Sir Henry Martin's Speech againft 
the Addition made by toe Lords to the Pe- 
tition of Right. ■ ■ - — = — 8 134/0141 

Appointed one of the Commiffioner* for giving 
the Royal Affent to the Bill of Attainder 
againft the Earl of Strafford. — — 9 272 

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MONTAGUE, Htnn. Btrltf Sdachtfttr, his 
Narrative of a Plot againft the Parliament. 

His Report of a Conference, relating to a Cuftat 
Rtgni. — ' ■...—. .,_ ., . 

M "" ■ ' , concerning the Bi- 

MONTAGUE, Lord-, of Beughian, committed to 
the Tower, and why. ' — —— 

MONTAGUE, Sir Sidney, elected Member of 
Parliament for the County of Huntingdon, 

Expelled the Houfe of Commons, and commit- 
ted to the Tower, for refuting to take the 
Oath of AlTociation to live and die with 

the Earl of Efftx. 

MONTAGUE, Lard, appointed one of the Par- 
liament's Commiffioners to receive the 
King from the Scats Army, and conduit 
him to Haldtnbj. —— , . — 

Hi* Letter, giving an Account of a Party pf 
Horfe from the Army having marched to 
Holdtnby-Hcuff. — 

— - ; ■ ■ of their, carry- 

ing the Ring away from thence. — *— 

■ " ■■ ■ concerning the King's Removal to 

Newmarket. —* 



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.— - farther Account of tiie King's going there. ; 16 
— Letter, concerning his Chaplain's Admiffiort 1 

' the Accefs of Delin-j 



querns to the King. — 

- the King's Resolution to 



go to Windfn. 



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- the Removal of Dclin- 
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quents from the King. — 

- the King's going to Wind- 



- hisRemoval from thence. 



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34. 5 

43. 3 

46 

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MONTAGUE* Lard, appointed otic of toeParlia- 
ment's Commiffioners to attend the King at 
Hampton -Court with Propo.f1tiQ.n3 of Peace. 16 z8j 
Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiffioners 
to attend the King in the IJlt af Wight with 
Proportions of Peace. — - ■■ ■■ 16 

MONTAGUE, Walttr, Efr, employed by the 
. Queen to follirit Money for the Engiijk 
Catholics, for Jbpporting the War agauilt 
t}\c Scots in 1639. — — ■■ — 

His Removal from Court requeued by the Par- 
liament. — — _ 
Arretted in the Retinue of the French Ambafla- 
dor, and lent to the Tower, by Order of 
the Commons. . — — — 
Returns into England from Banifluncnt. — 
Ordered, by the Commons, to .depart the King- 
dom, on Pain of Death. —— 
MONTAGUE, Edward, Lord Kim Wr«i,.Charge 
of High Trealbn againft himby the King, 
Account of. ■ ■ — ■ — 
Secretes himfelf. - ■ ■■ .— . — 
His triumphant Return to IVeJiminfttr, Partial* 
lars of. — ■ ' — — 

Motion for hailening his Trial. — -— 

— Speech, on the King's proclaiming the Earl 
of EJfix, and his Adherents, Traitors. — 

Succeeds his Faiher as Earl of Mancbefttr. 

His Speech to the Citizens of London, for a Sup- 
ply of Money for the Parliament. 

i ,— ■ 1 ■ concerning the 

King's Anfwer to their Petition for Peace. 
Appointed to command a large Body of the Par- 
liament's Horfe. ■■ — 
His Letter, giving an Account of a Victory be 
had obtained over the King's Forces in 
Lincoln/bin. — - — — 
■ ■ concerning the Removal of Part of 

his Army to Nnoptrt-PagntU. — 

■■■— - - ' concerning the Earl vS.Efltx** Defeat 

in Cornwall, ■ " — , — • ■ ■- 13 



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MONTAGUE, Edward, LerdKimboIton, charged 
with Cowardice at the fecond Battle of 

; Niwbury. *3J3° r i 

Clears himfelf from this Imputation, and how. 1 3 j 302 
Reilgns his Commiffion of Major- General. — '3(44" 
His Declaration to the Peers on this Occafion, 13I440 
— Letter, concerning the Surrender of Newari 

to the Parliament, — '4 [377 

Leaves the Parliament, and goes to the Army, 
on account of Tumults. — — 

Reftored to his Seat again. — — 

Oae of the Peers who rejected an Ordinance of 
the Commons for Trial of the King. — 
Appointed Speaker for the Houfe of Peeis at the 

' Convention Parliament. — 

His Letter to the Committee of Lords attending 
the King at Breda. ■ — — 
Speech to the King, on his coming to White- 
hall. — — 

MONTAGUE, Col. Ed&pd, appointed one of 

the Prote&orS Council. : — 

Appointed a Commiffioner of the Treafury. -| 20 

. Commander of the Fleet. — 21 

, one of the Plenipotentiaries for con- 
cluding a Peace between the two Northern 

Kings. 21 

His Letter, giving Notice of the King's embark- 
ing for England. — " 

How complimented by the Commons for his Ser- 2J 

vices. .— "" ~ "7" 

Honours conferred on him by the King, Parti- 
culars of. ■ — — -H M 
MONTAGUE, Bertie, Earl of Lhtdfej, his Pe- 
tition to King CbarUi II. concerning the 

Earldom of Oxford. " — '" 

MONTE-HERMER, Ralph, Earl of Ghutefler, 
a neutral Loid. in the Quarrel between 
Kin* Edward II. and the Barons. - — 
MONTFORT, William, Dean of St. Pauh, his 
fudden Death in fpeaking a fet Speech to 
King Edward-It — ' — 



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16 210, 224 

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247 

377 
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FtL page. 
MONTFORT, Simon, Earl of Le'teefitr, appoint- 
ed one of the Barons' Committee to treat 
of an Aid for King Henry III. 
His Complaint againft that Monarch. ■ I 59 

Appointed one of the Grand Committee of 

Twenty-four, to reform the State. — I 61 
- one of the King's Council at the fame 



Time. 



- one of the Committee to treat of ; 
Aid for the King. - - 

■ Head of the Barons' Party, in Sup- 

port of the Oxford Provisions. , - ■ 

His Exception to the Award of the French King 
for difannulling them. — .— 

— Victory over the Forces of King Henry III. 

Account of. — ' ■ . 

Takes him Prifoner, with his Brother the King of 

the Remans, and their two eld eft Sons. : — 
Obliges Henry to appoint Keepers of the Peace 

in every County. 

His Order to them, touching the Election of 

Commons to fit in Parliament. — 

— great Power at that Time. — 
— — Project for reforming the Goverment. — 
. — Writs to the Prelates, Barons, t$c. to meet 

for that Purpole, Form of, — 
Calls another Convention of the Eflar.es to treat 

about Prince Edward's Releafe. — 

His Behaviour to the King and Prince, during 

their Captivity. — . _^_ 

— - defpotic Management of public Affairs. - 

— final Overthrow by Prince Edward. — 
MONTGOMERY CASTLE, Succefs of the 

Parliament's Forces there. Particulars of. 
MONTGOMERY, ffalttr, Efm\ attainted of 

Treafon, and the Occafion thereof. 

His Execution. — — — . 

MONTHLY ASSESSMENT, for the Support 
of the Parliament's Army under Sir Thomas 
Fairfax^ Particulars of. — — 

For the Support of the Scots Army in England. 



61 
6+ 
66 
6 7 
67, * 



68 
68 
68, 9 



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72 
72 

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321 

321 



408, 9 

409, 10 
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MONTHLY ASSESSMENT, charged upon the 
feveral Counties in England and Wales, in 

1647, Particulars of. — 

For carrying on the War in Scotland, Am. 1650, 

Account of. ' ■ ■■ ■ - - 1 

Reduced, and in what Manner. — — 

Charged upon Scotland. 

MONTROSE, Marquis of. See Graham. 
MOORE, Sir William, 'bis Speech on a Bill for 

aSubfidj. 

MOORE, SirG**rgi, bis Speech againft unneoef- 

fary Armour. ■ ■■■ — — — 

His Speech againft Monopolies. — ■■ ■ 

■ on a Bill for retorting to Church. — 

MOORE, Francis, Efy; his Speech againft Mo- 
nopolies. -~ ■ ■ 
His Motion /or an Addrels of Thinks to Queen 
Elizabeth, on her Refolution to repeal Mo- 

MOORE, Dr. his Speech againft Bifttop Neile. 

MORDAUNT, Lard Henry, committed to the 
Tower, on Sufpicion of being concerned 
in the Powder Hot, — — 

MORDAUNT, John, Earl of Ptttrbtrtugk, 
takes up Arms in Favour of the King, An- 

His Defeat by the Parliament's Forces, Account 

Efcapes into Hilland, and joins the Prince of 

Walts. — 

MORDAUNT, John, Efj; Reward offered for 

talcing him. — 

MORE, Sir Thomas, his Character of Adam 

D'QrUttn, Bifhop of Htrtford. — — 

His Account of the Means made Ufe of to obtain 

from Edward II. the Refignatton of his 

Chofen Speaker for the Commons in 1 523. — 
His humorous Speech on that Occafion; ■■■■ 
Made Lord -Chancel lor. - — — ■ ■ 

His Speech, on opening the Parliament in J 529. 



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Parliamentary Hifiory of England. 413 

Vol. P*gu 
MORE, 5iV llamas, his Speech to the Commons, 

' touching Qaeen Catbarint's Divorce. — 3 8l, 2 
His Speech to the Commons, for an Aid to the 

— ReGgnatlon of die Seals of bis Office. — 

— Refufal of the Oath for renouncing the 

Pope's Supremacy. — - — 

— Execution on that Account. — — 
MORE, , Efq; his Reflection on King 

CbarUs I. — — 

His Commitment thereupon by the Commons. 

—— Discharge by the King. — — 

MORETON, Tbtmas, Bifiepef Durbam, joins 

* in a Protcftation agalnu the Legality of 

, Parliamentary Proceedings. — — 

Accufed of High Treafon on that Account. — 

Brought to the Bar of the Houfc of Peers. 

His Charge, — '• — ■ ■ ■ — 

— Anfwer. " " ■ ■■■ 
Committed to the Ciiftody of the Black-Rod. • 

MORGAN, 7bomas t eiu of tht Parliament's Gt- 
nerals, his Lettef, giving an Account of 
taking the City of Hereford. ■■ ■■- — 

MORLEY, Thomas, his Sentence by the Lords, 
for falfely charging the Lord-Keeper Wil- 
liams with indirect: Practices. ■ 

MORRICE, , Efq; his Motion in the Houfe 

' of Commons, for a Bill to reform Ecclefi- 

aftical Courts. — — 

Taken into Cuftody on that Account. — — 

MORRICE, Mr. his Account of the Occafion of 

Lord Bngbiltt quitting the Royal Caufe, 

and efpouling that of the Commonwealth. 10 

His Account of a Treaty of Marriage between 

the exiled King and CremwcWt youngeft 

Daughter. — — ■■ 

■ of fome Proceedings relative to the 

Diflblution of the Parliament in 1659. — 

MORTIMER, Lord Roger, his Expedition into 

Walit againlt Lhuelyn Bnn, a. Rebel. — 

Ctoc of the Confederacy agaihiUhetwoZ>/#m/>rr 



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114 

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140 

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414 INDEX/* the 
VtL 

MORTIMER, Ltrd Roger, becomes the Favou- 
rite of Queen Ifabtl, — -^— 
Imprifoned in the Tower. — ■ 
Efcapes from thence, and goes to the Queen in 

One of the chief Actors in the Murder of King 
Edward II. ■ ■ ■ - — 

Made Prime M Snifter to King Edward III. — 
His Authority thereupon. — — ■ 
Promotes a fcandalous Peace with the Seals. — 
His Hatred to. the Adherents of the late King. 

— martial Appearance at the Parliament : 

Soli/bury in 1 328. — 

Created Earl of March, — 

His hafe Profecution of the Earl of Kent, the 

King's Uncle. ■ - — — 

— defperate Practices, Complaint of. — — 
Apprehended, and fentPrifoner to the Tower. 
At tides of Impeachment againft him, Particulars 

His Sentence and Execution, — — 

— Body, how difpofed of. — 

MORTIMER, Rtgtr, Grandfin to Rigtr Marti- 

mtr, Earl of March, reftored to Blood, and 
the Attainder of his Grandfather reverfed. 
Declared preemptive Heir to the Crown. — 
His Defcent by the Mother's Side. — — 
Made Lord -Lieutenant of Inland. — — 
Summoned to the Parliament at Shrew/bury in 

1398. 

One of the Committee on whom the Authority 
of Parliament was delegated. — — 

His Death, Account of. — 

MORTIMER, Lord Thomas^ Articles of Im- 
peachment againft him. ■ — ■ 

His Efcapc into Ireland. — ■■ - ■ — 

Proceedings againft him in Confluence thereof. 

MORTIMER, Edmund, Sarin cf IVtgmare, one 

of the Committee appointed to confer with 

the Commons on public A flairs, in '.J73- 

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MORTIMER, Edmund, Baron of Wtgmort, one 
of the Standing Council appointed for 
IClng Richard II. during his Minority. 
Succeeds his Father as JEarl oi March. — 
One of the Peers fummoned to Parliament, 

1 399, by Htnry Duke of Lancufttr. — 
His Tide to the Crown. — — 

— Reafon for not claiming thereof. 

— Retirement, .on the AcccJEon of the Duke of 

Luncafttr. -■ ■ - 

— Endeavours to fupprefs an Infurrec'lion in 

Hertftrdjhirt. 

Taken Prifoner on that Occafion. 

His Ranfom, by whom obtained, — 

— Title to the Crown, how ftrengthened. 
Summoned to Parliament by King Htnry V. in 

by K. Htnry VI. in 1423. 

His Petition to (he Parliament, concerning a 

Contract with the late King. 

Sent with Tome Forces into Inland to fecure that 

Kingdom. 

His Death. — 

— Inheritance, to whom defcended. 
MORTIMER, Sir John, indicted on the Statute 

. of Efcapcs, — — -■■■ — — 

Hts Ruin, how contrived by the Parliament. — 
Articles alledged againft him. — — 

Apprehended, and brought before die Parliament 

in 1423. 

His Sentence and Execution. — 

MORTMAIN, Statute of, when firft enacted. 

The Reafon and Intention thereof. — 
MORTON, Thomas, Archbifhop of Canterbury, 
and Lord-Chancellor, his Speech to the 
Parliament in 1488. — ■ . ■ 

MOTTO engraved upon the Seals of King Hen- 
ry VlT bv Order of Parliament in 1422. 
MOUNT AIGNE, George, B'tjhop of London, his 
Anfwcr to a Meflage of the Lords, con- 
cerning the Printing Dr. Manwaring's Ser- 
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MOWBRAY, Thomas, Earl of Nottingham, one 
of the Lords called Appellants in [388. 

Difttnguilhing Honours eorrferr'd on hits by King 
Richard II. Particulars of. — — 

One of the Lords Appellants in 1397. — 

Made Governor of Calais. — — 

His Anfwer to a Warrant for bringing orer the 
Duke of Ghuctfter. ■— 

Created Duke of Norfolk. — 

Complaint againft him by the Dudce of Hertford, 
Particulars of. ■ - ■■ 1 

Proceedings thereupon by the King and Com- 
mittee of Parliament. — 

His Sentence. ■ . ... — — — 

— Death, and Character. — — 
MOWBRAY, Thomas, Earl Mar jhal, one of the 

Principals concerned in an Jnfurre&ion 
againft King Htnry IV. — 

His fatal Cataftrophe on that Account. 

MOWBRAY, John, Earl Marfan one of the 

Peers fummon'd to the Parliament m 1414, 

ty King Htnry V. ' — 

One of the Peers fummon'd to the Parliament in 
1413, by King Htnry VI. 

His Contcft with Richard Btauchamp, Earl of 
Warwick, about Precedency. — 

— Pedigree, Account of. ■ — 

— Claim to the Title of Duke of Norfolk. 

— Reftotation thereto. ■ ■ 

One of the chief Supporters of Richard Duke of 

York, in his ClaTm to the Crown. — 
MOYLE, Thomas, Efq; elected Speaker for the 

-Commons in 1542. *— — . 

MULGRAVE, Earl of. See Siumim. 
MURRAY, Sir Robert, his Examination, touch- 
ing a Charge againft the Setts, for affifting 
the King in an intended Efcapc from Ntw- 

MURRAY, Mr. William, his Examination, rela- 
ting to a Charge againft the Scats, for af- 
fimng the King in an intended Efcape from 
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MUSGRAVE, Sir Philip, feizei the City of Cttr- 

Ufli for the King. — 

MUSTERS of the Setts Armj iifgre Nrtuari, Ab- 

MYERS, Jihn, Efq; Alderman ./ Yuri, diifran- 
chifed, by an Ordinance of Parliament, for 
his Loyalty to King Chattel L - 



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ANTON, Sir Thomas, elected Speaker to the 
Commons in 1425. — — 

ARRATIVE of Tome remarkable PaiTagcs be- 
tween King Charles I. and a Committee of 
- Lords and Commons at Newmarket. — 

Of the King's going to Hull. — ..,. — 

OF prcfenting a Petition, from the Common 
Council of Land™, to the King for Peace. 

Of a Plot againft the Parliament. — — 

Of what puffed between the King and Parlia- 
ment's Commiffioners, on prefeming Tome 
Proportions of Peace. — 

Of another Plot againft the Parliament. — 

Of a Victory obtain'd by Major-General Paintz 
over the King's Forces near Chefter. — 

Of the King's Affairs, as mentioned in an ano- 
nymous Letter from Newark. * • < • ■ 

Of the Negotiations between the Englijb and 
Scots Commiffioners at Berwick. ■ 

Of Sir Jacob 4ftley\ Defeat by the Parliament's 
Forces. ■■ ■■- 

Concerning a Breach of the Privilege of Parlia- 
ment, by the Aflembly of Divines. 

Of the Proceedings of the Parliament's Commif- 
fioners with the King at Newcaflle, on the 
Affair of Peace. — 

Of what patTcd between the King and Cornet 
'Joyce, who carried his Majefty from Hoi- 
denby in 1647. — 

Of what palled between the King and Mr. Rtymes 
at Newmarket, touching the Proceedings of 

the Army. 

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NARRATIVE of what ptfled between the King 
and the Parliament's Commiffioners, on 
preferring the Propofitions of Peace at 
Hampton- Court. — ■ — 

Of the Duke of YorPt Efcape from St. Jamts' 

Of great Diforders in the Fleet. ■ ■■■ • 

Of the King's Endeavour to efcape from his 
Confinement m the Ifli of Wight* and of 
Capt. Ralph's Defign to murder him. — 

Of a Charge of High Treafon againft Cromwell 
by Major Huntington. — • — 

Of the Parliament's Proceedings in the Refor- 
mation of Religion, and of their Endea- 
vours for Peace. •• • 

Of What pafled between the King and the Par- 
liament's Commiffioners, on preferring the 
Votes for a perfonal Treaty. ■ ■ ■ 

Of Col. fPaytt's taking the Duke of Hamilton 
Prifoner. — — 

Of fome Circumftances which -pafled between 
the King and the Parliament's Commif- 
fioners, previous to the Treaty. — 

Of the King's refilling to efcape from Newport, 
in the 1JU of fright, although apprized of 
the Army's Dejign to feize him. — 

Of the mifchtevous Practices of the Jefuits in 
England, "from 1640 to Dtcember 1648. - 
, Of the Army's Refentment againft their Oppo- 
' nents in the'Houfe of Commons, who had 
voted in Favour of a perianal Treaty with 
the King. — ■ — ~ 

Of Mr. £*rffcn'*5 Project for hindering the Union 
of the King and Parliament by that Treaty. 

Of Gen. Jrtten's taking fr'aterjord, Wr. in Ire- 
land. - 

Of the Commons' great Succefies. — — 

Of the Battle at tPoTCtJler y by an Officer of the 
King's Army. — — 

Of a Plot in Favour of the King. * — 

Of Crtmwtlfs Death. — — 

Of thi. Manner of proclaiming his Son Richard 
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the Commons in 165.7. — * " ' 
Of fome Proceedings relative to the Diflblution 
of the Parliament in 1659. — - 
Of the Proceedingi of the Army and the Re- 
publican Parry. — ■ 

Of the Army's forcible Exclufion of divers Mem- 
bers from the floufe. — — 
Of the Army's Proceedings to deftroy the Par- ) 
foment. J 
Of the fecluded Members being refilled Admit- 
tance into the Houfe. — — 
Of Gen. M*nit's Proceedings, ffe. — — 
NASEBY, Battle there between King CharUs I. 

and his Parliament — 

NATURALIZATION tf At Setts, wvmty dif- 
puted between the two Houfes of Parlia- 
ment. ■ ' ■ — — 
NAVANT, Hugh, Btfix>p of Coventry, Judgment 
demanded againft liim by King Ricbardl. 
Occa&on thereof. ■■-- ■■■ - ■-- 
By what Means reftored again to the King's Fa- 
vour. ■ — — ■ — ■' ■'-■ 
NAVIGATION, encouraged by an ASt of Par- 
liament, and in what Manner. — - 
Encouraged by an Ail of the Commons. — 
NAVY, State of, in 1641. — — 
Eft i mace of the Charge thereof for 1644. — 

State of, that Year. — 

' in February-, 1-645. "■** """" 

Appointed by Parliament for 1648, Account of. 
Eftimates of the annual Charge thereof in 1649. 
Charge thereof for fix Months, during the Dutch 
War in 1653. — —— 

Commanders of, their Addrefs to Gen. Cram- 
well, on bis Inauguration to the Protectorate 
Lift of, in May, 1659. — — — 

Eftimate of the Debts thereof in Mirth, 1659. 
— — of the Charge of letting forth a Fleet 

to Sea, Wr. 

Lift of, at the ReftonUtoa of King CharUs II, - 
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againft him foi - Blafphemy. ■ ■ ■ 

NECESSARIES provided by the Parliament for 

the Service of the King againft his Return, 

Lift of. — 

Provided for the King's prefent Reception, Efti- 

mate of. • ■ ■ — --■ ■ 

NEGOTIATIONS between the Parliament's ) 

C o in miffi oners and the Army, Account 

of. 

NEILE, Richard^ B'tjhop of Lincoln, Complaint 

againft him by the Commons. 

His Proteftation to the Peers on that Account. 

Made Bifhop of Wincbefter. — 

Voted, by the Commons, unfound in his Faith. 
Complaint againft him on that Occafion. ■■ — 
His different Tran flat ions and Preferments, Ac- 
count of. — 
NETHERSALE, Sir Francis his Letter to Sir 
G mrge Calvert, in Commendation of'Johi 
Digit, Earl of Briftel. — - 
NEVILL, John, how rewarded by King Ed- 
ward III. for taking Roger Mortimer, Earl 

of March. ■ ■ 

NEVILL, Alexander, Archiijhop of York, one of 

the Council of State heM at Nottingham 

by King Richard II. — 

Articles of Impeachment againft htm by the 

Lords Appellants. — 

Convicted of High Treafon. — 
His Sentence. — 

NEVILL, Lord Ralph, made Conftable of the 

Created Enrl of Wtflmmhmi. — 

His Arrcft of Thomas Miris, Bifllop of CarUfle, 

for High Treafon. — 

Made General of the Forces of King Edw. IV. 
Supprefies an Infarre&ion in Torkjbire, ■ — 

Made High Warden of the Marches towards 

His Speech againft a War with Franc*. — 



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NEVILL, George, Bijbtp of Bxtttr, and Lord- 
Chancellor, his Speech on opening the Scf- 
fion of Parliament in 14-61, — ■ ■ ■■■■ 
His Speech on opening the Seffion of Parlia- 
ment in 14.61. --■'— ' 2 313 

1+63. 2 322 

Made Archbi&op of York, — - — 2 323 

Opens the Seffion of Parliament in 1467. ■ — 2 329 

His Peribn and Effects feized on. — — 2 355, 

— Imprifonment and Death, Account of. — 2 356 
NEVILL, Lordjehn, created V ifcount M/mtacute. 2 321 

Created Marquis of Mnntucuts. — — 2 321 
Joins his Brother, the Earl of fVartu'uk, -in the 
Battle of Burnet, againft Edward Duke of 

Tori, and -flain there* — — 2 338 

His Character, fome Remarks thereon. — — 2 354, 
N£VILL t Lard George, created Duke of Bedford. 2 354 
His Title and Honour revoked, and on what 

Occafton. 2 354 

— — Poverty and Death, Account of. — — 2 354 
NEVILL, Richard, Earl ofSaliJbury, one of die 
Peers fummoned to Parliament in 1451, 

by Henry VI. u- 

One of the chief Supporters of Richard Duke of 

Turk, in his Claim to the Crown. — - 2 267 

Appointed one of the Guardians of the Seas. - 2. 274 
Joins the Duke of York at the Battle of St. Jlhan's. 2277 
His Acquittal _of diiloyal Practices on that Ac- 
count. - ■- '■- _— — 

— Refignation of the Office of Guardian o 

the Seas. — — - 2 280 

Made Lord -Chancellor. — . 2 284 

Attainted of High Trealbn. — 2288 

Charge againft him. . ,- 2 289 

His Lands, EsV. forfeited to the Crown. ■ — — 2 290 
Overthrows all the Meafures taken againft him, 

and how. • 2 293 

Joins the Duke of Tort, in the Battle of Sandal, . 

againft Queen Margaret. — - 2 309 

His Cataftrophe there, and ignominious Treat- 
ment. ■ - — — — . ■ 2 309 

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NEVILL, Lord RUhatd, Sin if Richard Earl of 
Salisbury, his Marriage with Lady An* 

Btauthamtt. . — 

Takes the Title of Earl <AW*rwitk on thatOc- 

One of the principal Supporters of Richard Duke 
of Tirk 1 in bis Claim to the Crown. — 
Joins the Dulse at the Battle of St. Atban's. 
agamil King /frsty VI. , . . 
His Acquittal of difloyal Practices on that Ac- 
count. — *— — 

Appointed Governor of Calais. — 

Hi;. Danger from a Quarrel near the King's 

Palicc. «i. — i 

—- Sufpicron* of the Queen thereupon, -*■ 

Attainted of High Tresfon. — 
Charge againft him. -. — ■— 

His Lands, fcfr. forfeited to the Crown. •— 
Overturns thefe Meafurea taken againft him, 
and bow. -- ■- ■ ■■■.*■ 

His Defeat at St. Alton's by Queen Margurtt. 
Joins Edward Duke oiYork, and rrurch.es to at- 
tack the Queen again. *— 
His Victory over ber at Towtan. — 
Made Governot of Calais. — 

His great Income, in Pennons, Wr. from King 

AffasW IV. r —— 

Appointed the King's Commiiaaner to hold a 

Parliament in 1464- — — — 

Arrcfts the late King Htnry, and commits him 

to the Tower. 

His Embafly to the King of Franct. 

How difgraced on <hat Account by i£. Edward, 

His Refentment thereupon. 

Takes the King Prifoner. 

His Difpofal of him. 

Driven out of the Kingdom 00 Edward's 

„_ Efcape. 
His Return. 

Forces Edward to leave England. 
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NEVILL, Lird tlctard, S.« If Richard Earl if 

Selijbury, reftores Htnryxo the Crown. • 

Made Proreceof of the Realm.' — — r- 

His Battle with Edward at Barmtt, Account of. 

Defeat and Death there. — — — 

NF.VILE, llcmat, Efy; electa) Speaker to the 

Coanmoaa in 1514. — — 

Knghted by King Uarj VIII. — — 

NEVII.E, Sir Edward, attainted of High Tree 

Ion, and on wont Account. — — 

Hia Execution. — — . 

NEVILE, Sir Jiim, heads a Rebellion in rtrkjkrr. 

Hil Execution us Confetruence thereof. 

NEVILE, Chorlo, Earl if W.JbmriUmd, one ol 

the Committee appointed to petition. Qycen 

Elrxohub about her Marriage. **• — 

One of the Peers who protefted againff a Bill 

concerning the Englijb Ordination. 
Joins in a Rebellion agairui the Queen. 
Convicted of High Treaibn on that Account. - 
His Banifhmcut and Death. — 
— Lands, CSV. Forfeiture of. — 
NEWARK, Ttiim </, beneged by the Earlifi and 
Scoli Forces. — 



Progrefs of the Siege there, fonts Account of. > la 

Surrendered to the Parliament, be the King's 

Command. — . 14 

State of, at that Time. 1 — 14 

NEWARK, Fihuutf. SeePnttfoiHT.' 

NEWBURN, Battli if, with the Sou. 

NEWBURY, BallU if, between King Otrlii 1. 

and his Parliament. — ■ 

Second Battle there between them, Account of. 

NEWCASTLE, taken by the Scan, Ami 1640. 

Informations from thence, of Forces put in there 

for the King. ^— — — — 

Taken by the Scut Army for the Parliament of 

England. ^— 13 

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of Commons, for Juft ice upon Delinquents, 
previous to the Conclufion of a Treaty with 
the King. — 

NEWCASTLE, Earlof. See Cavendish, W-. 

NEWDIGATE, Mr. made a Judge by Cram- 

well, on his Entrance to the Protectorate. 

Made Chief Juftice of the Upper Bench. — 

NEW-ENGLAND, its infant Statt, with the 
Means to improve it, fome Account of. 

NICHOLAS, Edward, Efc Stcrttary if Statt n 
King Cbarlis I. his Letter to the Earl of 
Cumberland, relating to the King's Forces. 
His Letter, concerning a Safe-Conduit to a 
Committee from the Parliament to the 
King. - ■ — - — 

NICHOLAS, , Serjeant at Law, appointed J 

one of the Judges of the Upper Bench*. S 

NICHOLS, Anthony, EJq; one of the Eleven 
Members of the Houfe of Commons, char- 
ged by the Army with Mifdemeanor*. — 
Reftored to his Seat in the Houle again. ■■ ■ ■■ 

NORFOLK, Earl of. See Howard. 

NORHAM, a Convention of the Eftates held there 
in I2QI. — — 

NORMANDY, taken by the Frtnch, Anne 1449. 

NORMANDY, Dukt of, Brother to King Htnrj 1. 
See King Henry I. 

NORRIS, Lord Htnry, when firft fummoncd to 
Parliament. — 1 

NORRIS, Francis, Earl of Btrijbin, committed 
to the Fleet for an Offence agajnft Lord 
Scroop, and the Honour of the Houfe of 

Hts Letter of Submiffion on that Account. — 

— Reconciliation, and Difcharge. 

NORTH, Lord, one of the Peers who rejected an 

Ordinance of the Commons for the Trial 

of King Charitil. — -- — 

NORTHAMPTON, a Convention of the Eftates 

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held there in 1124. — ■ 

A Parliament held there in 1308. 

— 1328. 

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1338- 

. I3 8o. 

Baiiie there between King Htnry VI. and Ed- 
ward Plantagtnet, Earl of March. — 

NORTHAMPTON, Earl of. SeeCoMPTOW. 

NORTHBURG, Dr. MUbael, Ketptr of tht 
Privy Still, his Command to Dr. "John dt 
Swineley, the Pope's Notary. ' - 

NORTHERN COUNTIES, State of, iapt- 
< ember, 1 642. ■■ ■ ■ 

NORTHUMBERLAND, Earl of. See Percy, 

alias PlBRCY. 
NORTON, Sir Daniel, his Information concern- 
ing Dr. Mart and Dr. Ntilt. 

NOTTINGHAM, a Parliament held there, 1 194. 
. 1330. 

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A Council of State held there by Rich. II. 1387. 

. i 397 . 

Petition from thence, fetting forth the Diftrefs of 

that Part of the County North of Trait. 
NOTTINGHAM, Earl of. See Howard. 

NOY, , Rfq\ his Argument for the Liberty 

of the Subject. — 

His Speech againft the Lords' Addition to the 
Petition of Right. — 

. — on the Proceb againft Merchants for 

Tonnage. — *— -■■ ■■ 

■ againft feizing the Goods of a Par- 
liament-Man. — 

Made Attorney-General. *— — 

O 

OATES, Samuel, Complaint againft him to the 
Parliamentfar propagating wicked Doctrines. 16 
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OATH, Forme*, taken in 1361, topreferv* the 
Peace co nc l u ded between- King EJwardlll, 
and John King of Franc: — — 

Form ef, taken by both Hoi As of Parliament m 
13)88, to ftipport the Law*, Mid keep- the 
Peace of the- Ktngdoa*. • — — 

Isipofed aporr ttH Gentlenwn ana- dignified Per- 
fois. ■ — ■ 

ActM*om*riIy admimftred to- A* Kings ef f^p- 
iW at their Ceienoaon, P«tk of. — 

For fwtarine to the A& of Succcfioa in Fa- 
vour of Ann B'sltign. — — 

. , to the Ac* ef Supremacy, >** 

AdwHiiftwd to the Clergy and Laity throaghwit 
England, Amu lO-IO. — — 

Form of, adminiftred to the Witnefles in Lord 
Chancellor Brnwia Canfc. — — 

„ ■fiiaHy taken bf die Mcniben of the 

Houfe of Common*. — — — 

1 taken by the Kings of hngfond at their 

Coronation. — — ' 

, , by the Officers of the Phrbamcnt'a 

Army, in 164*. — — 

Of Secrtty* propoftd to be taken nj the B*gW 
and Scttt Comoiiffioners appointed to ma- 
nage the Common Cauie. 

Rcafons againft it by the Peers. 

........ for it by the Commons. 

Form of, adminiftred to the Servants of the 
King's younger Children- at St. Jmvufi. 

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in Favour of the King. — — 

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OATH, Form of, taken by Gen . GrmmtU at hi* 

Inaugurad«ino(h«Pro»aorale, — 

Form of, propoJed to be taken by the ProtecWs 

Council. — __ 

proposed to be token by the Protector, 

in 1654. ... — — . - 

■ taken, by CnmwH, in 1 657. 

— — -— by his Privy Council, at the feme 

Time. . U 

. — by the Members of Parliament. 

- by the Council of State elected in 



1659. 

Of Supremacy W AJUgianet, taken by the Com 

mora at the Reftoration. _ 

OBIT, Explanation ef. — _ 

OBJECTIONS of the S<H, Commiffioners to 

the Parliament's new PropoStious of Peace 

fent to the King in the fjk of Wight. — 

OBSERVATIONS concerning the Court of 

Chancery. ., .,_ . 

OCLE, William, an Accomplice in the Murder 

of King Edward II. 

Reward for taking him offer'd by Parliament - 

OFFICERS tfthtlMdm Militia, their Petition 

to the Peers for a perfonai Treaty with 

the King. — i— 

How accepted. .... ... ■ „ 

OFFICERS in the&mgUfi, Army in Ireland, their 

Petition to the Parliament for Supplies. - 

Their Petition to Cberkt 1. on the fame Account. 

Remedies for preferving that Kingdom. - 

r— - Letter, fignifying their great Diitrefc. — 
Lift of, who figned it. — — _ ___ 

Jit the Parliamenft Army, their Letter, giving 

an Account of their Succefs at Wakefield. 
Their Letter, concerning their March into the 

Weft. . , 

■ — concerning Prince Rupert's exe- 
cuting fomc of their Soldiers after Quarter 
given. — . .— . __ ___ 

How .regulated by the Houie of Commons. — 



Page. 

m! 263 

» 3»». 9° 

»',»4»- 

"'■49 
«49> S° 



3;*2J 



199(0203 

208 
208 



280, t 
2S1, 2 

80, 1 

81, 2 
84. J, 6 

2351.238 



274. 5. 6 
222, 3. 4 



OFFJ- 



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4.28 I N D ' E X to tit 

Vd. 
OFFICERS in the Parliammt's Jtrmj, their Pcti- 



P& 



tion to the Lords for Payment of their Ar- 
rears, tff. »5 33 8 "34° 

Lift of, who figned it. — — 15 34° 

Their Petition to the Common*, with a Vindi- 
cation of that prefented to the Lords. — 15 353**358 
1 for rendering 

the Laws into Engli/b, WV. — .— [19 49. 5°.* 

How received. >9 5 1 ' 3 - 

In tbt Kiag'i Army, Lift of, taken Prifoners at 

the Battle of Waktfiold. — ■ 12 275, 6 

Their Letter to the Earl of EJfix, concerning a 

Peace. »3 265, 6 

Lift of, who figned this Letter. — 13 266, 7 

OFFICERS, of the Army, their Heads of a Peti- 
tion to the Commons. — 20 97, 8 

Obliged to receive their Commiffions from the 

Speaker of the Houfe. — 21 424 

Lift of, difcharged by the Parliament from all 

Military Employment. — 21469 

Their violent Proceedings on that Occafion. J 21 JyJ^yj 
OGLETHORPE, Omen, Bijfop of Carlj&e, de- 
prived of his Biihoprick, arid the Occafion 

thereof. — 3 379 

OKEY, Col. John, his Account of the State of 

Affairs in Scotland, Anno 1651. — —,20 23, 4 
HisService to the Commonwealth, how rewarded 20 50 
OLDHALL, Sir William, elected Speaker for 

the Commons in i45r. — 2 263 

Attainted of Treafon, and for what. — — 2 275 
. p ro ceed'mESagainfthimbytheParliamentini453 2 275 

, 1460 2 29a 

OLDCASTLE, Sir John, introduces a Bill into 
the Houfc of Commons againft the Reve- 
nues of the Clergy. — 2 ir + 

Draws upon hirofelf the Hatred of that Body. 2 It4 
Refolutionofthe Clergy againft him, on account 

of his favouring the Do&rines of Wukliff, 2 133, 4 
Joins with the Lollards in an Infurredion for 

reforming Religion- — — ' 2I134 



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Parliamentary Hijiory of England. 

Vo. 
OLDCASTLE, Sir John, Proceedings againft him 
in the King's Bench, We. — — 

His Sentence by the Peers. — 

Charge againft him in the King's Bench. — 
Reward for taking him, offered by Proclamation. 
Brought before the Parliament. — — 
His Anfwer to the Indictment againft him. — 
Life and Character, fome Account of. — 

— Behaviour at his Execution. — 
OLIVARES, Count, his Letter to the King of 

Spain, touching the Marriage of the In- 
fanta with Prince Charles JkAnna 1623. — 
O'NEAL, Daniel, Serjeant-Major, committed to 
the Gateheufe, on Sufpicion of being 1 
cerned in a Plot againft the Parliament.— 

Farther Proceedings againft him on this Account. 

ONSLOW, Sir Richard, appointed one of the 

Committee to receive Cromwell's Scruples 

as to his being King. — ■ 

His Arguments to induce an Acceptance of that 

Title. 

ONSLOW, Richard, E/q; SotBcitar-General, defi- 
ed Speaker for the Commons in 1566. 

His Speech to Queen Elizabeth, to be excufed 
from that Office. — 

Approved by the Queen. — ■ 

His Anfwer on that Occaiion. — ■ 

— Speech to the Queen at the DifTblution of 

the Parliament. — ■ _____ 

ORDAINERS. [See Committee.] — - 

ORDER of the Committee of the London Militia, 

on the Advance of Sir Thomas Fairfax'i 

Army towards the City, Form of. — — 

Of the Parliament, to flop the March of the Army. 

___________ , f or taking up the Bodies ol 

Cromwell, Irt ton, Bradjhaw, and Pryde. 
ORDINANCE, different from aStatute, and how. 
ORDINANCE of Parliament, for raifmg the 

Militia. . — 

For exercifing them. ■ — — — 

For coining of Plate. — 

For levying of Tonnage and Poundage. — 



429 

156 

156 
■56. 7 

"57 „ 
■57. 8. 
156,9 
'59 



Jig liiecy GOOgk 



4jo t N V £ X to the 

Vtl. P^e. 
ORDINANCE »f Parliamat, for declaring all 
Men Traitors that aflift King Cborltt I. 
Agamfi iwegiilar Printing. — — 11,398,9 
For -railing Money to carry on a War again*! 
the King. — — ■ — 
For enlifting Apprentices. ■■>■■- — 
For alTcflkig Non-Contributors upon the Propo- 
rtions for lending Money. 12 59 u 6a 

For preventing. foreign Supplies being brought to 

the King. ■ - -— • 12 79 

For prohibiting Obedience to the King's Procla- 
mation for adjourning* Hilary Term in 
1642 to Oxford. — — ■ ■ tz 144, 5,* 

.AgainftPapifts. — ■ - 12: 161, a 

For a Weekly Affeflmem. — 12 1 163 

For reftraining the Liberty of the Prefs. 12 . 29S, 9 

For indemnifying thole Gentlemen who fecured 

Sir Jib* Hatbam and his Son. 12 1 326, 7 

For a Weekly Afleffment upon a new Plan. - \2.*y$itt>$% 
For preffing Soldiers. — — — 121372 

For removing Images out of Churches. 12 376/#379 

Preamble of, for bringing the Stats Army into 

England. ■ ,12427,8,9 

For making a new Great Seal. — — 12 437 114+1 

For (he Preformation of Records. ■ 12 443 

—,, — . Preamble to it. 12 443 

For appointing a Committee to join with the 
Scots Commiuloncrs, for better managing 
the Common Caufe. — . ■ '— 

For recruiting the Earl of Effix's Army. — 
For oppofmg the March of Irijh Troops into 
England. — — ~~ 

For fafting one Day in a Week towards (import- 
, wig the Earl's Army. . — — 

For railing and maintaining an Army to be com- 
manded by Sir William Walltr. -*- 
For enabling a Joint Committee of both King- 
doms to prepare Propofuions for a Peace. 
For further continuing this Committee. ■■ ■ 
For excluding fuch Members of both Heufes as 
had delated the Parliameot. 



120, -I,: 
*44 • 



171, 1 
207, E, 9 



13J220, 1,1 
ORD1- 



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ParKammtary Hijhry of England. 
FA 

ORDINANCE rf Parltammt, Preamble of, for 
an. additional Excife. — ■■ ■ 
For direfling the Proceedings of the Joint Com- 
mittee of both Kingdom*. 

For appointing Commiffioners to execute Mar- 
tial Law. — . — — 13 
AgalnftgivingQyOTtermfryfcw^taiwnmArma. j-j 
For making Collections for the Relief of wound- 

ed Soldiers. — — — 13 

For keeping a Faft on Cbrifimai-Day. — 13 
For attainting JPV/ffsmZrfwrf, ArchbifhopofCmi- 

ttrhurj. — » 13 

For beheading him. ,■-■■■ ■ — 13 

For new- modelling the Army, as palled by the 

Commons. — — — 13 

Intent of it, what. 13 



■ — — as pancd by the 

For granting an additional Power to Sir Tbtmat 

Fairfax. — •<•■• 

For prohibiting die Members of either Houfe 

from enjoying any Office, Civil or Military. 
For fettling Prdbj-terial Church- Government, 

Form of. — — — 

For Martial Law, Abftrafl: of. — — 

For the Ordination of Minifters according to the 

Prefbvtcrian Plan. — — 

Abftrad of, for aboliwing the Name and Tide 

of Bifiwps. — • — — 

1 for felling their Temporalities. - 

For juitifying their Proceedings. — - — 

For confirming the Treaties between the two 

Kingdoms. i — ■■ — 

For making void the Ceflation in Inland. — 
Subftance of, prohibiting the Arreft of all fiich 

Perfons as had afied in their Service. — 
AMlia£t of, for a further Indemnity to the Army. 
For aboiifliiog all the Feftivalsof the Church of 

England. • — ■■• ..... ,.— 

For enabling the Committee of the Militia of 

Lundan to raife Horfe, &V. - 



fait. 
•4' 
255. *. 7 

270*074 
297, * 

309. » 
35». 3 

3*9. W 
373. 4 

+»« 

+01 

+«S 

43«> 7. 8 

44 J. 4 

280/0289 
3'3. '4 

76 "83 

158.9 
159,60,1 

218, 19 



406 

408 

43'. 7. 8 
ORDI- 



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43* I N D E X to the 

Vol. Pap. 
ORDINANCE of Parliament, for reftraining the i 

Liberty of the Prefc. — i6!309/»3ll 

Concerning the Lord's Supper. — 16426, 7, 8 

For the Payment of 50,000/. to the Scots. — 16 503 

For the Suppreffion of Herefy, He. ■ 17 127 (#130 

For elefiing Officers in the City of London. — 18 479, 80 
As pafied by the Commons for Trial of the 

King, Form of. i8 489,90,1 

, Of the ProU&trati, Abftra<3 of, concerning 

public Preachers. — — 20 308, 9 

Againft Cock-fighting. — — 20 309 

For Pardon to the Seots, with regard to the late 

Wars. ■ 20 3°9 

For wilting Scotland to England* - ■■ 20 309, « 

For erecting Courts Baron in Scotland. — 20 310 

For bringing the public Revenues into one Trea- 

fury. ■ 20 310 

For preventing Challenges, Duels, He. 20 310, i( 

For regulating the Court of Chancery. ■ 20 Jtittp$ 

For ejecting fcandalous Mmifters and School- 

Mafters. — " ~ 

For the better Maintenance of preaching Mini- 

fters, and for uniting and fevering of Pa- 
Far enabling fuch Soldiers as ferved the Com- 
monwealth in the Wars to cxercife any 

Trade. — — 

For appointing Vifitors for both Univerfities. 

H e. — — - 

— a. Council of Commerce. - — 

Commiffionera for Charitable 



Ufa. — 

For iecuring the Peace of the Commonwealth. 
For the better Regulation Of the Prefs. ■ ■ ■■ 
ORDINATION of Miniflen, Form of, as fet- 
tled by Parliament. — 

As fettled according to the Prefbyterial Plan. 

ORDNANCE, Lift of, in the Caftle of Edinburgh, 

when fuirendered to Gen. Cromwell. — 

ORLEANS, City of, when taken by the Englijb, 

and by whom. 



31* ' 6 

1 47° 

1 471 
47'< a 

1 47a 

252 
76 a 8] 

1 450. 1 

10a 
D*0X- 



,i.^fc»Gc 



Parliamentaty Hijlory of England. 433 

WtL Pig*. 

47* 



D'ORLEANS, his Remarks on tbe BngliJb'Nuion. 
His Remarks on the Execution of Richard Fitv 

Jlan, Earl of Arundel. — — 

— Account of the Duke of York's Speech on 
claiming trie Crown. — — 

D'ORLETON, Adam, Bijbep of Hertford, c 

of the Barons' Committee to King Edsv. II. 
to demand the Banifhment of the two Dt- 



fptnfin, 
reftedf. "■ 



d for High Treafon. 

Charge againft him. 

His Anfwer. « 

Summoned to anfwer in the Court of King's 
Bench. — 

His Reicue from thence, Account of. 

Farther profecuted by the King, and in what 
Manner. ■■ ■■ ■ — 

His Temporal Poflcflions foxed 

— Character, by Sir Thomas dt la Men. — 

Gains over Queen Ifabel to the Intcreft of the 
difcon tented Lord: 

His Qneftion to tbe Parliament, touching the 
Depofition of the King. 

Appointed one of the Committee to demand 
bis Refignation of the Crown. 

one of the Guardians for King Ed- 
ward III. — — — — 
- one of the Commiflionm to treat with 



the Frtncb King about the Reftitution of 
Aqmtain. • — — 

ORMOND, Marquis of. See Butler. 

OSBORNE, Mr. his Letter to the Earl of Man- 

eht/ltr, inclofing one to the Houfe of Peers, 

His Letter to Lord Wharton., relating to a De- 

lign of Major Rolph to murder the King 

tn the IJk of Wight. — 

— Examination at the Bar of the Houfe of 

Peers, concerning this Affair. — 

— Recognizance to make good his Charge. 
Committed to Cuitcily by the Commons. ■ ■ ■ 
Make) his Efcape. ■ - 

£ e 



+7i 
302, 3 



59 
178 

179 
179 

179 
179 

179 

179 
j 79 

1 80 

18a 

83 

191 



248 



248**250 

267,8 

268 

402 

55 

OTTQ- 



Jglzecy GOOgle 



434 I N D E X to the 

Vol 
OTTOBONI, Iht Ptpis Ltgau, attends King 

Uinrylll. at thcGencial Aflembly at lark. 

Anno 1237. ■ ■ ■ — ' -■ 

His Declaration to JItxander, King of Setts, there. 

How anfwered by him. 

Takes the Cafe of the difinhe cited Barons into 

hit Protection. ■ — 

His Requelt to the King on that Occafion. 
OVERTON, Col. how rewarded for bis Services 

to the Commonwealth. — ■ ■-- 

How favoured by the Parliament in 1658. — 

O WKN, John, Bijfop of St. Jfapb, impeached 

for affiiting to mate fome new Canons. — 

Gives in a Plea. 

His Resolution concerning it. — 

— - Danger from the Populace. 

Joins in a Protestation againft the Legality of 

Parliamentary Proceeding!. — -■■- 

Accufed of High Treafon on this Account. ■— 
Brought to the Bar of the Houfg of Peers. — 
His Charge. — ■ -■- ■ - 

Committed to the Tower. — — 

OWEN, Morgan* Bijhop of Llandaff, impeached 

for aiGiiing to make fome new Canons. - 

Joins in a Proteftation againft the Legality of 

Parliamentary Proceedings. 

His Treatment, We. on this Account, Parcicu 

lars of. . — - 

OWEN, Roger, £fa; his Speech againft a Bill for 

rcforting to Church. — — 

OWEN, Sir >*», fentenced to Death for being 

concerned in an Iniurre&ion againft the 

Houfe of Commons. — — 

Saved from Execution, and by what Means. — 

Set at Liberty on his Petition. — — 

OXFORD, a Convention of the Eftates of the 

Realm held there in 1 136. — — 

A Convention of. the Eftates of the Realm held 

there in 1 204. — — ' 

* 1227, , — - - — 



35 
35 
35 

73 

73 

87 , 

293, 290 

468 
41 
94 

'34. 5 • 

'38.9 
14a 

141 
142 
'44 

■45 

468 
'38. 9 



486 



55; 6 

126 



26 
OXFORD, 



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Parliamentary HiJIory a/" England, 435 
Vol. Pagu 
OXFORD, a Convention of the Eftates of the 

Realm held there in 1233. - ■■■■■ 1 30 

A Convention of the Eftatei of the Realm held 
there in 1258. 
1163. 



Treaty of Peace there, between King Charles I. 

and hi* Parliament. — 

A Convention of Peers and Commons held there 

in 1643. 

Surrendered to the*ParIiament by the King* 

Command, - ■ — — ■■ 

OXFORD, Umvtrjitj of, their Petitions againft 

an A& for its Dinokition. — 

Appointed by the Parliament to be regulated, 
Conduct of that Body to the Vintors, Account 

OXFORD, Biihtfrhk of, when firft eroded. — 
OXFOR D, Jtb* t Chaplain U King Htnry II. made 

Prefident over the Eftates of the Realm. 

met at Clarrttdtn in 1164. - ■ ■ ■ 



PAGET, Lord William, throws up his Com 
minion from the Parliament for the Lieute- 
nancy of Buciinghamjbiri. — - 
His Reafons for deferring them, and joining the 

King at York. — — 

Repents of what he had done, and furrenders 

himfelf to the Earl of EJfex. 13 

His Petition to the Parliament for Pardon. — 13 
Intitlea himfelf to their Protection, and how. - 13 
PALACES, Lift of, belonging to the Crown, re- 
served from Sale by the Commons. — 19 

PALATINATE, State of, Anm 1621. 5 

Lofs of, to what imputed. ■ - — — 5 

PALMER, Gttffrty, Efq; Proceedings againft him 

for reflecting upon a Rcmonftrance of the 

Commons. ■-■ - ■ .■■-- 

PAMPHLET, Particulars of, as printed in 1646, 

concerning PropoGtions to the King for 1 

Peace. {14 321**345 

Sea F AM- 



66 
209 
46 



200 
3«4 



3i9» 20 
15a 



483 



3« 

302» J 

450, X 



484,: 

526 



Jglzecy GOOgle 



436 I N D 



X to the 

y*i. p* S t. 



PAMPHLET againft the Peerage, Tide of. — 15 
How treated by the Lords. — — 15 

Reflecting upon the Proceedings of the Houfe of 

Commons, in 1648, View of. — 19 

Againft Cromwell's Houfe of Lords, Abftraft of. 

PAPAL CHAIR, Conteft for it, in 1383. 

Conteft for it in 1390. — ■ 

PAPISTS, Order of the Commons concerning them 
Their Rebellion in Ireland. — — 

- Progrcfs and Cruelties there, Actount of. 

■ ' ■ - Defigns in England. — 

In Ireland, their Terms for a Peace. ■ 

Vote of the Commons againft them. — 

Agree with the King for a CefTatron of Arms. — 
Their Addrefs to the Pope, on his fending to 

them a Nuntio. — — ■■ 14 

Order of Parliament againft them. ■-- - 15 

Defeated by the Parliament's Force*. 

State of, in Sept. 1647. 

Banifhed from Londen, and twenty Miles round it. 10 

PARISHES, Lift of, in England, Anna 1371 

How taxed at that Time. — — 

PARKER, William, Lard Motrtiagle, firft difco- 

vers the Powder Plot. — — ■ 5 

His ample Reward on that Account. — ' 

PARKER, S/r Philip, his Speech on the Impeach- 
. ment of Matthew IVren, Bifhop of Ely. - 

PARKER, Mr. his Speech on public Grievances. 

PARKS belonging to the Crown, and refer ved 

from Sak, Lift of. — — 1 19 

r. p. 



99 

99 

91 n>94 
297 rr 310 
375 
+47 

34 

24 

4i 

4*>3 

96 

262 
404 

227, 8 



3"5. ' 6 



3°7.» 
3°7. • 



4RLIAMENT, held by 




PARLIAMENT, held by 




Edturd I.- at Weft- 




EdwardX. at Londtx, 




- mmfttr,— in-izyc. 


81 


in 1289. 


SB 


AtWtftmhfier, — .275. 


82 


htSttbam, ■-■■■ 1291. 


9 l 


— 1270. 


82 


Berwick, ■ ■ .. 129 j. 


9* 


Winebeftcr, — 1376. 


83 


Wefiminjler, — 1294. 


97 


Ghueefttr, 1278. 


8j 


1295. 


93 


Wtfiminfitr, — 1279. 


H 


Beruiek, ■ — 1296. 


9> 


Sbrtwftiitrj, — i(8;. 


8S 


St.E-imandJburj, 1295. 


to: 


Pa/bland, 1282. 


87 


Sn/ijburj, 1297. 


I0[ 


jfflon-Barxel, - 1283 


87 


LuhJss, — — — ;. 1 197. 


106 


Wijlminfitr, — 12SJ. 


8* 


ftri, — 1258. 


i'l 



Jglzecy GOOglC 



Parliamentary Btftoty of England^ 437 



3PARLIAMENT, held by 

Edtoardl. at Lndm, 

tn 1199. 

AtlVi, — — '499- 

Wtftminfltr, — 1 300. 

Lincoln, 1301. 

Wiffminfier, — 1305. 

Carlijle, 1 107. 

Heldby£^>wr</ri. 

At Northampton, in 1308. 

London, —— 1 308. 

Stamford, 1309. 

Tir*. 1310. 

Wtfiminfitr, -1313- 

TV*, 1314. 

Wtftminfltr, — 1314. 
Lincoln, — - 1315 
JV*. 1 3 19 



Weftminlltr, 
Yiirk,- 



1321. 



Lenjsit,- '3 2 3 

Weftminfter, — 1327 

Heldbyfi^-rfriNL 

At Lincoln, — in 1317 

WiSminftir, — 1328. 

York, 1328. 

Northampton,— 13 18. 

Salijburj, 1318. 

Winchtjier, — 1329 

Nottingham, — 133c 
Weftminftt 



'33' 
1331. 

1333. 

Wcjlminficr, — .334! 
Tort, 133s. 

Northampton, — I33&. 
Nottingham, — 1336. 
Wtjiminjler, — 1337. 

'338 

jttruxmfttx, — 133S. 



PARLIAMENT, held bv 
£&Mrrf in. »t»V- 



At Weftminfter, — 1 340. 



"7 1 




Cimbridgt, — 13SS. 
E C3 



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«8 



V. P. 

PARLIAMENT, kdd by, 
Siebar J 11. tWtftA 
minfttr, — m 1389.! I 
ht Wtftminfttr,— 1390. 1 

— — 139a. 

Wincbefitr, — 1593. 



N D E X ft /fo 



Wtftminfttr, — 1394. 
■ '39S- 
- 'J97- 



Sbrtafinry, — 1398. 

Wtftmiwfier, — 1 399. 

Held by Henry Vf. 

At Turk, 1+00. 

Wtftminfttr, — 1401. 



'403. 
140+. 



Country, 

Wtftminfttr, — 1406, 
Gkmctjttr, —— 1407. 
Wtftminfttr, — 1410. 

HeldbyMmryV. 1 ' 
At Wtftmin/ttr,— 1413. 

Ltietfttr, 1414. 

Wtftminfttr, — 1414. 

— ' ,+i i 

— — \\\t>. 

• '417 

1419- 

1 ' ■ '-' - 14JO. 

I+ "' 

Held by Hairy VI. 
AtWtftminflir,— 1432 

. ^33. 

1 1425. 

leitefttr, 1426. 

Wtftminfttr, — 1436. 

■ ■ 1429. 

1431. 

■ 1433. 

' — ■ 1433. _ 

. " ~ '43S- 1 * 



PARLIAMENT, held by 
Henry VI. n Wtft- 
minfttr, 1436. 

At Wtftminfttr, — 1439. 



' '4*5 



St.KdntimJJfoirj, 1447. 
Wtftminfttr, — 1449. 
— MS°- 

MIW, i- 1450. 

ttittfttr, J4jo. 

Wtftmnfttr, — 1451. 

*?**' '«}• 

Wtftmnfttr, — 145;. 
Coventry, —— n*>o. 
Wtftmnfttr, — 1461. 
Held by EJaard IV. 
At Wtftminfttr, — 146 



- "14 
2 261 
1 16I 
i,«7l 



*J1J 



1463. j i 3" 
1464.; 1 3*3 

1467- 1 



7W, - 

Wtftminftt . , , 

Reading, 1468. a J3 

Held by Htnry VI. I l 
(rellored) 
Pit Wtftmnfttr,— 1470. 2 JJ4 
Held by KJatrdlV. 
(rcOorcd) 
At Wtftmnfttr,— 1473. !« U40 
'474-; * ; 34$ 



■ '477 
1482 



Held by Richard III. 

At Wtftminfttr, — 1484. 

Held by Henry VII. 

At Wtftminfttr,— i486. 

1488. 

1489. 

1493. 

' 1497- 

l49 8. 

itoe. 

Held by Henry VlU. 
Ax. Wtftminfttr,— 1509. 



3*J 

37» 



: = y Google 



Parliamentary 

PARLIAMENT, held by 

Htnr,Vm.«WiJI. 

minHir, — in 1513. 

At Weftmafltr, — 151+. 

1516. 

ItnJtn, 1513. 

WtfiMiifitr, — 1519. 
1SJO. 

'S33- 

1534. 



• <!36. 

■ >S!7- 

■ >S4°- 

■ 'S4>- 

■ >S4«- 

• '543- 
'S44- 



Hi/lory of Engi ANrt. 
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PARLIAMENT, held by 
Pbi/ip and Marj, at 
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1546. 

tJ47. 

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397 



PARLIAMENT, the firft real Inlhnce of. 

Summoned to Wtfiminfltr in 1275, by King Ed- 

Occafion thereof, and how employed. 

Their Preamble to the Statutes of Wtjlminfltr 

the Firft. 

Meet the King at Wtftm'mJlcr again, in 1275. - 
Their Proceedings there againft the Jews, Par- 
ticulars of. ■ . ■ — — 



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F$L 
PARLIAMENT, their Grant to the King, and 
on what Occafion. — - ■ ■ ■ 

Summoned to Wtftminfttr in 1276, on the Af- 
fair of LnveUyn, Prince of Walts. —~ 
Their Judgment againft him. — — 

Meet the King at Wincbtfttr this Year. 

Enact the Statute of Bigamy. — — 

Obtain a Confirmation of the Charters of Liber- 
tied and Forefts. — ■ — 
Meet again in 1277. — — 
Their G rant to the King at that Time, and for 

what. — 

Summoned to Weflmnfttt in 1279. — 
Important Occafion thereof. — 

Their Prohibition of the Clergy from accumu- 
lating Lands and Riches. — 
Called to Shrcwfiury in 1282. — 
Their rigorous St-ntence againft David, only 

Brother of Ltwtllyn, Prince of Walts. 
Convened to Rolhiand in 1282. — 

Their Refolution for uniting Walts to the Crown 

of Epghnd, . — 

Grant to the King- at that Time, - —7 

Convened to Acton-Burntl, 1111283. . " "" 
Their Statute enacted there. — 

Called to Wejimnfier in 1 285. — 
Their Statutes made at that Seffion, Account of. 
Convened to London in 1288. . , , ■ — 
Demand made upon them for the King's Charges, 
then in Franco. — — 

Their Ani'wer. — — • — 

Called to tVeflminfitr in 1289, on the King's 

Return. — — ■ 

Their Punilhment of the Judges for Extortion, 

Particulars of. ■ 

- ■' farther Proceedings againft the "Jtws. — 

■ Grant to the King. ■ ■■- 
— — Statute enacted at that Time. 
Summoned to Norham in 1201, and on what 

Occafion. ' — ■ — 

■ — 1 — to Berwick in 1292. — 



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FA 

PARLIAMENT, their Order concerning BatioU I 
King of Scotland. — - ■ 1 1 

Summoned to Wejlniinfttr in 1 294. J 1 1 

Their Rcfolution to recover the Duchy of 

Guienne from the French. — 

Meet at WtflmnJUr in 1295. — 
Their Tax on the Laity for carrying on the War 
againft France. — ■ — — — 

Meet the King at Berwick in 1296. 

— a( 5/. Edmund/bury the fameYear, 

Their Tax on the Laity, for the King's Expe- 
dition abroad. — ■ 

Summoned to Salifiury in 1297. ■ 

Their Ordinance againft the Clergy, Account of. 
Summoned to London the fame Year by Prince 

Edward, in Abfence of the King. - 

Their Tax on the Laity, granted by the King, for 

confirming the two Great Charters in 1 297. 

Called to Yuri in 1 298. — — 

■ to Ltndcn in 1 299. — — 

Their Content to the Pope's Award, touching 

the Differences between King Edward and 

the King of France. — 

— — Requeft to the King, for ratifying in Pcrfon 

the two Great Charters, with the additional 

Articles. ' ■ 

How trifled with about this Matter. 

Summoned to Tori in 1299. ' ' 

to Wejlminfter in 1300. 

Obtain there a Renewal and Confirmation of the 

two Great Charters, tfe. ■ - 

Meet the King at Lincoln in 1301. — — 

Theit Complaint againft his menial Servants, EsV. 

— Requefts relating to the two Great Charters. 

Obtain a fiefli Confirmation of them. 

Their Grant to the King on that Account, — 

Summoned to Wejlminfter in 1305. 

Their Cercmpnials at opening this Auembly. — 

— Di fib I ut ion, Manner of. — 
Summoned to Carlijle in 1307. — 
Their Proceedings there, Account of. 



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114 

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126, 7 

127, 8 
130 
130. ill 



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PARLIAMENT, Lift of, fummoned to CarliJU 

in 1307. — : — 

Called to Northampton by King Edward II. in 

Their Statute, relating to bafe Coin. — — 

— Grant of a Subfidy to the King, Account of. 
Summoned to London the fame Year. — 
Their Articles of Complaint agalnft Pitta Gavf 

jlon, the King's Favourite. — ■ ■■ 

Sentence for his Banilhment. 

Addrefs to the King, for new-modelling 

the Govern merit. — ; 

. Committee appointed to govern the King's 

Affairs, Lift of. — — 

Summoned to Stamford in 1 309. — — 

to York in 1310. — — 

Their Reprefentation, concerning the Non-Ob- 

fervance of the Laws, He. of the Kingdom. 

How arifwered by the King. 

Called to Wtjlmhfitr in 1313. 

Their Subfidy granted to the King. 

Satisfaction on being dtffolved. — 

Summoned to Tori in 1314. ' 

Their Proceedings there. — — 

Called to Wtftmtnfitr the fame Year. 

Their Petition to the King, for fixing the Price 

of Provifions. — — — 

— Tax granted to the King at this Time. — 
Summoned to Lincoln in 1315. - 
Occafion of their Meeting. — — 
Repeal their late Statute, concerning the Price of 

Provifions. — — ~~~ 

Their Aid granted for the Kings War with 
Scotland. ' . TT~ . . 

— Advice to the King, touching the Militia. 

Meetlhe King at York in 1319. — 

Their Petition to him, for eftabliftnng a Coun- 
cil who ftjould attend him by Turns. —■ 

Summoned to Wtftminfitr in I3"- ,, 

Force put upon them there by the Confederate 
Lords. * ' 



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FtL Pep. 

PARLIAMENT, Appellation of white Bands gi- 
ven them, and on what Occafion. — I 165 
Summoned to York in 1322. --•■ l 169 

Reverie the Sentence and Banishment againft the 

Dtfptnfirt. 1 ■ — I 169 

"Their Revocation of the Ordinances made in the 

fifth Year of King Edward II. — I 176, 7 

— - — Proceeding! againft the Confederate Ba- 
rons. - ■ " ■ - 1 177 
Called to Lendm in 1323. — — — 1 178 
Their Opinion, concerning the King's going in- 
to Frmict. — — - ■ — - 1 178 

— Statute againft the Knights Tempters. - 1 180 

— Grant to the Knights Hofpitalers of St. 

John of Jirufaltm. — — — I 180 

Meet at tVtfiminfttr in 1327. — — I 1S2 

Their Refolution to depofc the King. — I 182 

— Reafbns for fo doing. — — 1 18*, 3 
Appoint a Committee to demand the Refigna- 

tion of the Crown. — l 183 

Their Renunciation of Homage and Fealty to 

the King, Form of. — — 1 185, & 

Appoint Prince Edward for his SucceSbr. — 1 186 
Their Appointment of Guardians for King Ed- 
ward III, during his Minority. ■ 1 igt 
Reftore to the Adherents of the late Earl of Lan- 

cafttr their refpeftive Eftates. I 192 

Their Preamble to the Pardon granted to all 
thofe who joined with Queen Ifahtl againft 

the King. 1 191, 3 

Summoned to Lttueht in 1327, and the Occa- 
fion thereof. — ,- .-■ j ig^, 

— to Wtftndnfltr in 1328. 1 195 

Their Tranfactions there, Account of. ■■ — 1 rg£ 
Summoned to Tork the fame Year. ■ 1 195 

.. to Northampton in 1328. I 195 

Their Articles of Peace with the Scots, Particu- 
lars of: ■ 1 195, 6 

Partiality to Lord Mortimer. I 197 

Called to Salifturj in 1328. — — 1 197 

— — to ffincbtfttr in 1329. — — I 198 

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PARLIAMENT, called to Nottingham in 1330. 

Adjourned to fVeflminfiir t and the Occafton 
thereof. ■ _ 

Their Tranfaftioas there. Particulars of. — 

Called to IVeflminfter in 1331. 

Their Commiffioners appointed to treat with the 
French King about the Rcftitution of 
jiquitain, Lift of. — — 

Refolution, relating to the Defence of Ire- 
land. — — — 

^ — Requeft to the King, in Behalf of Edmund. 
cldeft Son to the late Earl of March. — 

How anfwered. — — 

Their further Tranfaftions at this Time, Ac- 
count of. — — 

Summoned to Weftminfitr in 1 332, and the Oc- 
casion thereof. ■ — — — 

Their Care to prevent being disturbed at this 
Meeting. — — — 

Appoint Committees for Receivers and Triers 
of Petitions. — — — 

Their Proceedings for preferring Peace, and pu- 
nishing the Violators thereof. — — 

• ■■■ Objection againft the King's Voyage to 
the Holy Land. — — 

Called again to Weftminficr this Year. — 

Their Requeft to the King, for marching his 

Army towards Scotland. — — 

/ 1 ... Supply granted for that Expedition. — 

. .— Requeft, concerning illegal Taxations. — 

Summoned to York in 1332. — — 

Adjourned, and the Occafton thereof. — 

Called to Tori in 1333, — 

Their Advice to the King there, concerning his 
Expedition againft the Sats. 

— ■ ■ Grant on that Occafton. — — 
Meet the King at Tori in 1335. ■ 

■ at Northampton in 1 336. — 

- ■ ■ — — at Nottingham the fame ^ car. 
Their Grant for carrying on the War againft 

Scotland and France. — r 



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Parliamentary Hi/iory of England. 
Vd. 

PARLIAMENT, their Tax on Merchants and 

Foreigners. — — ■ ■■■-■■ - 

Called to Wtftmnfitr in 1337. — — 

Their Acts for the Encouragement of the Wool- 
len Trade, Abftraa of. — — 
Called to Wtflminfier in 1 337. — — 
Their Grant to the King for the French War. 
■ — further Encouragement of the Woollen 
Manufactory, Account of . — 

Summoned taWtfhninfttr in 1338. 

Their Supply at that Time granted for the 
FrtntbVftt. — — — 

Summoned to Northampton, in 1338, by Prince 
Edward, Regent of the Kingdom. — 
Their extraordinary Aid granted to the King 
at that Time. — • — 

Called to Wtftminfttr in 1 339, by the Prince Re- 
gent. — — — 
Their further Grant for the Frtnth War. — 
Called to JVeftminfter in 1340, by Commiffion, 
Their Regulations for the Security of the Realm 
during the King's Ablence. — — 
Summoned again to fVeflminjltr in 1340. — 
Their extraordinary Supply to the King, for com- 
pleating his Conquer!, of France, ■ 
How requited for their liberal Aid. — — ■ 
Tbeir Requeft to the King not to make Eng- 
land a Province of Frame, — — 
— Security againft fuch Alteration, Particu- 
lars of. __ _^^_ 
Called XaWeftmnjier, by Commiffion, in 1340. 
Tbeir Grants at that Time, Particulars of. — 
Summoned to Wejimlnfttr in 1341. — 
Their ftrift Order, relating to the Transportation 

of Wool. 

Summoned to Weflminfttr in 1343. — 
Their Advice to the King, concerning his Truce 

with France. ■ ■■■ . 

■ Repeal of the Articles made into a Statute 

at their Seffion in 1 341. — ■ 

■■ ■ ■ Reafon for fo doing. — •■■- 



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PARLIAMENT, their Afi of Provtfioa again* 
Papal Encroachment*. — .. ■ 

Called to Wtfiwinfier in 1344, on account of 
the late Truce. — — 

Their Declaration to the King concerning that 
Adair. ■ ■ 

— -■ Supply granted for carrying on the War, 
Particulars of. ■ ■ ■— — 

Called to Wefiminfta in 1346. — 

Their Advice to the King, concerning the Re- 
venue* which foreign Clergymen held in 
England. 

Summoned taJFtflminJiir'm 1347, by the Prince 
Regent. -■■■ — ■ 

Their Formality oUerved on opening the Scfioa. 

Appoint Receiver! and Triers of Petitions. 

. — — Sir Tiivmas Drajtt* for their Clerk, 

Their Aid granted for the Knighthood of the 
Prince of Wakt at Lm Htgut. — — 

— ■■ Order for feizuuc the Benefices of Aliens 
into the King's Hands. — — 

Summoned by the King to Wtjlmi*fitr in 1348, 

Their Proceedings at that Time. t- — 

Called again to JVtJmin/ttr the fame Year, and 
tin Reafons thereof. — 



the 

V,L Pmgt. 



* 135I- 



Their Statute concerning Labourers. 

— ■ againft the Purchasers ©f Provi- 

sions in the Court of Rom*. — — 

— ■■■ ■ concerning the Definition of Trea- 

Summoned to Wtfhtunfitr in 135a. — — 
Speech to them, by Sir ffiliiam SharefimL, con- 
cerning the King's Title to the Cm wn af 

Their Supply granted this SeJae*, and the Con- 
ditions thereof. — - 

Meet at Wtflttiinftti in 1353, by the King's Ap- 
pointment. — 1 .. . .. i 

Speech to them, at opening the Seffion, by Sir 
Barlbolamtui Bvrghtsjh. — — — 



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Parliamentary Hiflory of England. 

Fel. 
PARLIAMENT, their conditional Grant to the 
King for carrying on the War. — — 
Their Statutes enacted this Seifion. — — 
Called to Wtjlminfir in 1354. — — 
Their Act for removing Mills, and other Stop- 
pages of Rivers. — 

1 Anfwer to the King's Demand, concern- 
ing a Peace with France. — 

— ReverfaloftheAttainderof Lord Mcrtlmtr. 

— . of Edmund Earl 

of Arundel. 

Summoned to Wtftmlnfier in 1355. 

Their Supply granted at that Time. 

Called to Wtftminfttr in 1361. — 

Their Manner of fwearing to ttwObfervance of 
a Peace between England and France. — 

Called to Weftnumfter in 1362. 

Their Statute, concerning Pleadings at Law. — 
School-Matters. — 



• Frugality. 



Called to Wejlminfter in 1363. 
Their Proceedings at this Seffion. — ■ 
Meet at Wtflminfltr in 1 365. — — 

Their Proceeding! againli the Pope's Proviuons. 

■ — Resolution, concerning the Staple. — 
Called to Wejiminfttr in 1366. — — 
Their Declaration againft Papal Encroachments. 

— — Prohibition of Peter-Pence. — - 

Called to Wtftminfitr in 1368. — — — 
Their Anfwer of Refufal to th»&#« Offer of 

Peace. 

■ Supply granted this Seffion. — 
hleet at WefiminJIer in 1360. — — 
Speech to them, by the Lard-Chancellor Wick- 

bam, touching the Breach of Peace by tbc 

French. — . 

Their Subfidy granted for- renewing the War. 

— . Care for the Public Safety. 

1 perfonal Affilbuice of the King, how en- 
couraged- by him. — — ■ —~ 



Pep* 

281 
281, t 
282 

28a 

28a 



283 
283 

282 

i 
291 

291 . 
292 
292 

292, j 
2»j 
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29s 
296 

2» 
297 
297. 
298 
299. 
300 

3°i 

301 
302 



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3»4 

3°+ 

304. 5 
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PARLIAMENT called XaWeftminfter in 1371, 

and the Occafioti thereof. — — 

Their Tax laid upon every Partfb, for carrying 

on the War. 

Augmentation thereof by a Committee. - 

Called to Weftminfter in 1372. 

Caufe of their Summons. — — — 

Their Supply granted for the French War. — 
Called to Weftminfter in 1373, and the Reafon 

thereof. * 

Their farther Supply for the War, Particulars of. 
Meet at Wejtminficr in 1376. — — — 

Catifes of their Summons. — 

Their Method for a (peedy Difpatch of Bufinefs. 
_— Grant for a Subfidy, and the Preamble 
thereto. ■ — ■■ ■ 
— *- further Proceedings this Seffion, Abftra&of 
Called to Wtjlminfler* in 1377, byCommiffion. 
Speech to them, by the Lord -Chancellor Hettgb- 
ton, touching their Loyalty, i$c — — 
—— by Sir Robert Jjbtm, concern- 
ing the Pope's Dfurpations. — — 
Their Poll-Tax granted for the War, and the 

Defence of the Kingdom.- — 

- Apology to the King for providing no 

greater Subfidy. — — ■ 

— Reverfal of the Award of laft Parliament 
againft Lord Latimer, and others. — — 

-, ... Requeft to the King, that no Tax be im- 
pofed but by common Aflent. — — 

How anfwered. ■ — — 

Called to Weftminfter, in 1377, by Richard II. 

How addreffed by the Archbifhop of Canterbury 
at their firft Meeting. — 

Their Debate, on a Complaint of the Duke of 
Lancaftcr againft the Commons. — ■ 

— Council appointed for the King, during 
his Minority, Lift of. — 

Subfidy granted this Seffion. 

1 Charge againft Alice Pieret, King Edward 
the Third's Miftrefs. — . : 

— Sentence againft her. — — 



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'/lory of England, 

Ftl. 



PARLIAMENT called to Wtftminfttr \n 1378. 
Their Poll-Tax granted to the King, Particu- 
lars of. . 

Summoned to Ghuccfltr in 1378. . 

Their Sublidy granted to the King, Particulars of. 

■ Diffoluiion. — — — -1 — 

Called to H^eftmnfter in 1379, and the Occafion 

Their Subfidies granted the King for carrying on 
the War agatnft France and Scotland. — 
— ■ ■ Refolution for enlarging the Power of Ju- 
stices of the Peace. 

How opppfed therein by the Clergy. — 

Summoned to Northampton in 1380, and the 

Occafion thereof. — — 

Their Debate on railing a Supply. — — 

Grant of a Poll-Tax for the French War. 

Claufe for excluding thcmfelves from be- 
ing Collectors thereof. — . — 
Summoned to Wt/iminfler in 1381. - ■ ■ 
How addrefled'by the Chancellor and Treafurer 
at this Meeting. — — 
Their Revocation of the King's Charter of Free- 
dom granted to certain Rebels in K*nt t &c. 

Sublidy granted at this Time. ■ 

Afls made this Seffion, Heads of. — 

— Subfidy granted for the Affiftance of the 

Portugueze. ~— 

1 Refolution, in order thereto. — . — 

further Statutes enacted at this Time, 

Heads of. — 

Determinations fet afide by the King. — 

Summoned to Wejbninfltr in 1382, and the Oc- 
cafion thereof. — ' 

Their Sublidy granted for keeping and guarding 
the Seas. — ~ — 

Called to Wtftmmfter in 1383. — 

Their Debate, on a Propolal of Henry It Spencer, 
Bp. of Norwich, for bis Relief of Gbtnt,&c. 
How brought over to confent to the Expedition. 
Ff 



449 

Pagt. 



344 



6.7 



341 
34* 

354. 5 
355 

355. 6 



357 
357 

358, 9 

359.60.1 

361 

361 
363 

363. 4 

364 ■ 

368 

368 

369 
369, 70 

37° 

37° " 



37 r 
373 

376. 7 

377 „ 
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PARLIAMENT called to Weflminfitr again in 

1383, and the Caufe of their Summons. 
How addreffed by the Lord -Chancellor Pole at 

their Meeting. — 

Their Subfidy granted for carrying on the War 

with France, &c. — ■ 

* ■ Fine laid on the Btfhop of Norwich, and 

hit Officers, for Military Mifcondu£r. — 
Summoned to Salijburj In 1384. — — 

Occafion of their Meeting. — — 

Their Subfidy granted againft Scotland and France 
Called to Wiflminfter the fame Year, and the 

Reafons thereof. — ■ 

Their farther Supply for Defence of the Realm. 
Reverfe the Sentence formerly palled againft 

Alice Pierce. ( — — 

Sumhioned in 1385, and the extraordinary Oc- 

fion thereof. — — — 

Their Subfidy granted for the Voyage of the 

Duke of LaHcaJhr into Spain. — 

— — cfpecial Care for the Receipt of it, and the 

" Management thereof. ' — — 

Declare Rcgcr Mortimer, Earl of March, Pre- 

fumptive Heir to me Crown. — ■ ■ 

Called to Wejlmtfifltr in 1386. — — 

Their Difference with the King, Particulars of. 
■— RemonfrranCe to him, concerning his Ab- 

HoW anfwered. — — " ■ ■ ■ ■■■ — 

Their Reply. - — - 

Appoint a Committee of Eleven Lords to regu- 
late the Affairs of the Kingdom. — 
Their. Pdnrlhment of fiich who mould advife the 
King to "revoke the Power of the faid Com- 
mittee. — — 

■ ' Subfidy granted at rtrrs Time. " — — «■ 
Calred to Wejtmitftir in 1388, and the Occafion 

of their Summons. — — 

Their Grant to the King. — — 

Protcflation and Requeft thereupon. 

-^^_ farther Grant in Defence «f the Realm. 



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PARLIAMENT, their Votes in Favour of the 

Lords Appellants, — —...,- 

Their Oath to fupport them, Form of. 

■ Resolution for fnvingthe King's Honour, 
touching the Impeachment of the Arch- 
bifhop of York and others. — 

— - Oath to fupport their Proceedings, Form of. 
Summoned to Cambridge in 1388. — — 
Their Subfidy granted there. — . 

— ■ ' Statutes then made, and others renewed, 

Called to JFtfl'mlnfttr in 1389. — 

Revive the Statutes of Provifors. — t - 
Thefr Subfidy granted. — — - ■ ■■ 

Summoned to IVifiminJiir., in 1300, and the 

Caufe thereof. — — 

Their Grant to the King, and for what Purpofc. 

■ !. Method to refrain the Riches of the Clergy 

— Act of Appropriations patted this Seffiou, 
Account of. ■■ 

Requeft to the King, in Favour of his 

Prerogative. — ■ 

Called to mjlmmfltr in 139a. . 

Csufc of then - Summons. — ■ 

Their Subfidies granted, and the Conditions 

thereof. - - — 

- Rcqueft to the King, touching the Enlarge- 
ment of his Prerogative. — -■■■ ■ 

Meet the King at Wimhefter in 1393. 

Grant bim the fame di'fpenfmg Power, as in the 

laft Parliament, concerning the Statute of 

Provifors. - — — •»— 

Their Subfidy granted at this Seffion. — 

-1 — Afient to the King, his Heirs, tic. making 

their laft Will and Teftament. 

Called to Wtftminfttr in 1394, and the Occa- 
fion thereof. . ■ -■ • ■ . 

Their Subfidies granted for the King's Expedi- 
tion into Ireland. ■■ — — 
Summoned to Wtftminfttr, in 1395, by the Duke 

of fori, Regent. ■■■-■ - 

Their Grant to the King at that Time. 
F f 2 



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440 
440 

440. i 
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44* 

446 

447i 8 

448,9 

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450 



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451 

45i 

452 

453. 4 

454 
454 



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PARLIAMENT, meet the King * Wtfimnfir in 

TheirVentence againft Tbimtt Hmciy, Clerk, for 
bringing in a Bill to regulate the Kings 
Houwold. — 

Reverie the Proceedings in the Eleventh of this 
Reign, againft the Prerogative. — 

Permit the banShed Judges, Bilinof, Hilt, and 
Burgh, to return. — ~- 

Their Subfidies granted this Seffion. 

Summoned to MJtmifir in 1397. — - 

How addrefied by the Lord -Chancellor at their 
Srft Meeting. : — 

Reverfe all the Proceedings of the King s lom- 



tbl 
FA 



million, granted in 1386. 

the Pardons granted to tU «-— - --- 

itfir, and the Earls of Anmitl and Wf 



viicit in 1388. - 

TheirAcknowledgement.touchingthelnnocency 
of fundry Bilnops and Lords, named in the 
Commiffionof the tenth of the King's Rcgm 

— Adjournment. — . ~" 

Manner of fwearing to fupport their Kc- 

lolutions. — - . —*~ 

Meet the King at Sirm/hry in 1398, accord- 
ing to Adjournment. ~. , 

Their Approbation of the Judges' Anfwers to 
the Queltions propofed at Natmt tm, if 

. iL-ree, for making void all the Proceed 

ings of Parliament in the eleventh Year 
of his Reign. — 

__ warm Attachment to the Royal Prerogative 

Subfidy granted to the King for Life. — 

Annull the OiuWon of the two Dfffnfiri. - 
Their Reafon for fo doing. — 

I Authority, how delega ted, an d to whom 

. Diflblution. ' 

Summoned to W.flmajln- m 1399. •>♦ K| °E 

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PARLIAMENT, their Proceedings concerning 

the Renunciation of Richard 11. 

Their Articles againft htm, Particular! of. — 
Subfidy granted to the King, 

■ ' ■ Statutes made at this Seffion. ■■ ■ ■ 

Order, concerning Sir William RickhilL 

-■■ ■■ Proceedings againft the late Lords Appel- 

Enquiry into the Murder of the Duke of 

Glouctfiir. — 

Summoned to York in 1400. — 

to Jfdflmtnfltr in 14.01. 

Their Subfidy granted this Setfion, Particulars of. 

Statute againft Heretics, Abftra& of. — 

— -> againft Pxovifions from Rome, Ab- 

ftra£tof. 

Pageantry, on offering • Subfidy to the 

King. — 

Summoned to Wtftnunftir in 1402. 

in 1403. 

Their large Grant to the King at this SerEon. • 

Diflolution. ■ 

Summoned to fft/lmiit/ltr in 1404. 
Procure the Removal of fome of the King's Of- 
ficers. — — ■ . .1 ■ 

Their farther Regulations in his Houfliold. — 
• - ■ Order, concerning the Record of a Subfidy. 

Summoned to Cevtnlry in 1405. 

Their Subfidy granted at this Time, and the 

Condition thereof. — 
How nick-named by the Populace. 
Summoned to IVeftminfltr in 1406. 
Their Grant to the King at this Seffion. — 
Articles of Agreement, touching the Safe- 
guard of the Sea. — — 

- ■ ■ Settlement of the Crown, Manner of. — 

- Repeal thereof. — - 
— — Statute, for fixing the Crown in genera! 

Tail, Abftrad of. — - 

— — Aa, relating to County Elections, Ab- 

&u£t aT. — - — - 
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PARLIAMENT, {ummon'itoGtMieeJtermi^aj. 
Their Subfidy granted there. — — . 
Summoned to Wtftmnfier in 14.10. ■ 
Their Statutes enacted there, for the Security of 
the Kingdom, Heads of. — — 
1 great Refpeit paid to the Prince of Walts. 
—— Subfidy ?.t this Seflion. — — 
Summoned to Wtflminjltr in 141 1. — — 
Their Subfidy and a Land-Tax granted, Ac- 
count of. J 

■ A£t, relating to Coin. 

.. . -.--— — — to Riots. , ■ 

— — generous Offer to Hinry V. at his Accef- 
lion to th« Throne. — — 

Summoned to Wtflminjltr in 1413. — 

Their Subfidy granted there, Account of. — 
Reinforce the feveral Afts againft. Provifors from 

Their A£t, cohcerning the Election of Commons 

to ferve in Parliament. — 

»■ ■■■■■- concerning Wears, Mills, Ht. — 
•— — -- againft the Forgers of fnlfe Deeds. — 
— — —— concerningUndcr-Shriffs, Bailiffs, &r. 

further Proceedings in this Parliament. — 

Summoned to Ltietfttr in 1414. ■ ■ ■■■■ 

Their Aft againft the Followers of WicMfft't 

Doctrine, Heads of — 

— ■ ■■ ■ ■' concerning Priories Alien. — ■■■ 
Summoned to Wtflminjltr in 1414. — ■ — ■ 
Their Supply granted the King at this Seffion. 

— - Air. for the Regulation of Juit ices, Heads of. 

•i • of Juries ■■■ 

— for limiting the Salaries of ftipendiary 

Curates. — — - — 

Summoned 10 Wtflminjltr in I415. 

Their Act. againft Foreigners. — — 

■ — - againft clipping, wafhing, and filing 

of Monty, Heads of. — 

— ■ ■■ for limiting the Fees touching the 

Probate of Wills. — 

Summoned to Weflminfttr in 1416. — — 



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PARLIAMENT, their AOm pafled at the Seffion 

in 1416, fome Account of. — — 2 153 

Called to fVejiminfltr in 1417. — 2 155 

Their Subfidy granted there. — 2 155 

■ ■ ■ Proceedings agzinilSiiJehnOIdca/tte, Lord 

Cebbam. ■ 2 156, J, 9 

Summoned to Wtjlminfiir in 14.19. — 2 160 

Their Subfidy granted to the King. 2 160 

— farther Proceedings at this Seffion. _ — 2 161 
Summoned to Weftminfttr in 1 420. ■ 2 161 
Their Acls pafied at that Time. — — 2 161, 2 
Meet atJVeftminfter in 1421. — — 2 162 
TheirSubfidy granted there, — — ■ ■ 2 162 

Approbation of a Peace made with France. 2 1^4 

■ ■ Acls pa fled this Seffion, — — 2 164 

Summoned to Wtftminflir, a fecond Time, in 

1421. — — i. 2 16$ 

Their Subfidy granted this Seffion. — — 2 165 

■ Statutes relating to Coinage, Heads of. - 2 165, 6 

Summoned to Weflminfter in 1422, by Henry VI. 2 1 70 
Their Appointment, concerning the King's Stile 

and Titles, ttfe. ■ — 2 172 

■— — 1 1 > concerning a Prote&or of 

the" Realm. ■ — — — ■ 2 172, 3 

. Subfidy granted to the King. < 2 173 

— ■ ' Order for eftablifhing the Government 

during the King's Minority, — —2 173, 4 

— — Statutes enacted this Seffion, Heads of. • 2 174, 5 

Grant to Humphry Dulce of Gloutejler. - 2 175, 6 

Summoned to Wefiminfttr in 1423. ■ ■ 2 176 

Appoint the Duke of Ghuctfter Lord Prcfldtnt. 2 176 

■ ■— a Coinage at York. • ■ - ■ 2 I77» 8 

Their Orders, relating to the Payment of the late 

"King's Debts. 2 178, 9 

— Peace with the Setts, and Releafeoicnt of 

the King thereof. — 2 179 

— ■ Grant to Edm, Mortimer, Earl of March. % 180 
to the Matter, &c. of the Hofpital 

of St. Ltmarcftin Tori. — — 2 181 

Statute concerning the Staple of Calais. - 2 181. 

■ ■■ ' againfl Sir John Mortimer. — 2 182 



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PARLIAMENT, their Subfidy granted at the Set 

fion in 1413- — — 

Reduce the Protestor's Power, and how. — 

Summoned to Wtftminfter in 1425- 

Their Grant to John Mowbray, Ear) Marshal. 
■- — Subfidy to tbcKing, Account of. — 
' ■ - Adt agairift the Exportation of Sheep. — 
■ for the Encouragement of Husbandry. 

- concerning Merchant Strangers. — 
Summoned to Liieeftir in 14.26. — — 
Their Order to prevent Tumults there. — 
How nick-named by the Populace. — — 
Their Committee appointed to make a Recon- 
ciliation between the Duke of GUucifitr 
and Henry Beaufort t Bilhop of IVinckffier. 

— Subfidy to the King, — — 
How menaced by the Pope, concerning the Sta- 
tute of Provifors. — — 

Summoned to IFeflminfter in 1428. ■ ■■ 
Their Subfidy, and a Poll-Tax granted there, for 
the French War. — — 

■ ASt concerning Exigents, ■ — — 

: 1 Sheriffs. — 



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-, Water-Courfcs, & c , _ 

How addrefled, by a Female Remonftrance, 
againft the Duke of Gtouctfter. — — 
Summoned to Wiftminfttr in 1429. — — 

Their Admittance of the King into his Regal 
Dignity, and Diffolution of the Protefior- 
fhip. — - «*■ — 

■ ■ large Subfidies granted this Seffion, Ac- 
count of. — -»■ — 
■ ■■■■- Regulation of the King's Council. — 

1 Act relating to Privilege. — — 

■'• ■ ■■■ to Weights and Meafures, - 

— for limiting Votes for Knights of 

Shires. — -*■ 

— — Diffolution. — — 

Summoned to ffe/lmin/Jer in 1431. — 
Their Subfidy, and a Land-Tax granted to the 
King, Account of. «*• 



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PARLIAMENT, their Authority to the King's 
Council, touching Securities to his Cre- 
ditors. — _ _ 
Their Ad relating to Baftardy. — — 

■ to Executors of Wills. — 

■ ■ ■ to Navigation. — . 

Make a Peace with the Scon, in the Abfence of 
the King. —■- ■ — , 

Summoned to tftflmnfttr in 1432. 

Their Subfidy granted there. — 

farther Proceedings at this.Seffion. — 

Summoned to Wiftminfltr in 1433. 

Their Prorogation, on account of the Plague in 

London. - . __ 

1 Provifion for the immediate Service of the 

King's HouAold. — 

— ■ — meeting again.- —. __— _ 
Zeal for the Support of the late ASl aeainft 

Quarrels. — _ 

. Ordinancefbr a general Obfervation there- 

- — - Salary to the Duke of Btdfard. — 
Subfidy, and a Vote of Credit granted this 

Seffion, Account of. — — 

■ Statute, touching fuch Perfons in South- 

wart as kept Wbore-Houfes. - 

further Statutes at this Time, Abftraer. of. 

Summoned to Wtflminftir in 1435. — 
Their Vote of Credit to the King's Council. - 
large Subfidy, Account of. — ...... 

further Proceedings at this Seffion. — 



A to Wtfi minjltr in 1436. 

Their Sublidies, and a Vote of Credit, granted 

to the King. — 

■ Act againlt vexatious Suits in Law. — 
1 for the Tranfportation of Corn, when 

at a low Rate. — -, 

■ — — concerning Sheriffs, Bailiffs, and Co- 
Summoned to Wtftminfitr in 1439. ^— 
Their Subfidics granted there, — — 



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214 
214 
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216 

217 

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PARLIAMENT, their Statutes made at the Sef- 

fion in 1439, Come Account of. 

Summoned to Wtflminfitr in 144a. 

_ 1445. » 

Their Subfidy granted it that Tune. 

— Approbation of the Marquis of Suffeli's 
Conduct in negotiating she King's Marriage 

, Subfidy granted him, in Caauderation of 

his Expenses therein. — — 

■ further Proceedings at this Sefiton. — 

Called to ft. Edmund/bury in J447. *— 

Thek Proceedings there. — — — 

Principal Motive of their Summons at this 

Time, Account of. — » 

Called to fVtflmnfitr in 1449. — — 

Their Subfidy, and a Poll-Tax granted there, 
Particulars of. — ■-■ -■- 

■ Statutes made this Seifion. — — 

Called to meet at Ltittfttr in 1450. 

Their Refufal thereof. — 

Summoned to Ift/iwnjhr the fame Year. — 
Their Prorogation to Lend**. — — 

. Adjournment to Wtfimnfitr. •- - ■ 

■ to Ltktfitr, — — 
large Subfidy granted there, .... ■■ . 

— - . Articles of Accufation againft William it 

la Pelt, D«ke of &*ftlk. 

. Statute of Refumption made this Sei&on. 

Summoned to Wtjlminfitr in I451. . 

Their Grants, in order to raifc Money for the 

King. 

— 1 - Statute againfl Jack Cadi. ■»— — 
Called to Reading in 1453. — — - 
Their Subfidy granted to the King. ■ ■ 

. Prorogation to Wtjlminfitr. — — 

— — Proceedings there. — — 

— . - further Prorogations at this Time, Ac- 

count of. — — — 

■1 1 Proceedings on a Complaint againft Tho- 
mas Tberf*, -the Speaker. — — — 
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PARLIAMENT, fununoned to Wefimi*fter 

1455, and the Reafons thereof. ■ 

Their Aft for fettling the Feci of the Officers of 

the Exchequer. — — — ■- 

-- ■■ ■ — for limiting the Number of Attornies 

in Norfelt, Svffii, and Norwich. 

■ Refolutions againft the Queen, &V. — 
Appointments for the Government of the 

Realm. ■ 

Summoned to Coventry in 1460. — — 

Their Bill of Attainder againft Richard Duke of 

York, and bis Accomplices. — — 

— — Proceedings in Confequence thereof. — 

Statute in Favour of the Prerogative, Ah- 

Graft of. 

Called to Wiftmixfltrw 1461. 

Repeal all the Afts of the late Parliament at Co- 
ventry. -'■ - -■■ — —■ _ 
Their Award, concerning the Duke of York': 
Claim to the Crown. — 

— Aft, declaring him right Heir thereto. 

- — Power granted him inConfoouence thereof. 

— Debate on bis Speech to them, — — 
Award between the King and the Duke. — ■ 
Summoned to Wtfiminfttr in 1461, by King Ed- 

werdlV. 

Their Aft, declaring Heoty IV. an Ufurpcr, and 

his Family disherited. — 
— — Attainders thereupon. — — — 

■ Acts of Reftitution. — 

Summoned to Wtftminjier in 1 463. — — 
Their Subfidy granted to the King. — — 

Called to York in 1464. — 

Their Adjournment to fViflmiafitr the fame Year. 
- Subfidies granted there to the King for 

Life, Particulars of. — — — — 

■ farther Attainders againft the Adherents of 
the late King. ■ — 

■ - ■ Statute againft Luxury in Drefs, fome Ac- 

count of. — — -■■■■ 

Called to Weflminflir in 1467. — — 
Their Proceeding* there. — - 



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278. 9 
284 

284 
284,5 

285 
288 

288,9,93 
290 

292 
294 

294, J 

297, 8 
198 
299 

3<>3, 4, S 
Jos, «. 7 

312, "3 

3'*, 15 

3i6« 3 i8 

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322 
323 
323 

324, s 

325, 6 

327. 8 
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PARLIAMENT, their Adjournment to Read- 
ing in 1468. ■'■■-■' — 
TbeirAdjoummcnttoW(^mi»^wt.hefenieYear. 
■ . - Subfidy granted at that Time. — — 

farther Tranfa&ions there. — — 

Summoned to Wefiminfitr in 1470, by Awry VI. 

on his Rcftoration to the Crown. — — 

Their Reverfal of the Proceedings fince the Ac- 

ceflion of Edward IV. — 

Summoned to Wejlminlitr in 1 472, on the Rcfto- 
ration of Edward. — — — 

Their Supply granted there. — 

■ Prorogation to Weftmnfttr in 1473. — 

■ i ■ Revenal of Attainders. — — — 

-. ■ Subfidy granted this Seffion, — — 
1- farther Prorogation. — — 

Proceeding! at the fecond Seffion. — 

Prorogued again. •■ 

Their Meeting at Wiftmtnfitr in 147+. — — 
— — Proceedings from that Time to their Dif- 

folution, -■ 

Summoned to Wtftminflir in 1477. — — 
TheirTranfaftrons there. — — 

Called to Wtftminfttr in 1482. — — _ 

Their Subfidy granted there. — 2'* 

— ■ — farther Proceedings at this Seffion. 

Summoned to IVeJlmmjler in 1484, by King 

Richard HI. — 

Their Proceedings againft Sir Tba. Stanley's Lady. 

■ for excluding the late King 

Edward's Children, and fettling the Crown 

on Richard and his Defendants. — - 

Attainder of Henry Earl of Rubmtnd, and 

his Adherents. ■■■' - ■--— ■ 

ufeful Statutes enacted at this Time. — 

Called to ITeftmn/ter in i486, by Henry VII. — 

Entail the Crown on Henry and his Heirs. — 

, Reverfe the Attainders of his Friends. — — 

Their further Proceedings and Di Ablution. — 

Summoned to tViftminjler in 1488. 

How addreffed by the Lord -Chancellor at their 
Meeting. - —- ■ ■■■ 



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PARLIAMENT, their large Supply for the Fmcb 

Their Statute relating to the Star- Chamber. — 

to the King** Council. - 

■ - to Rapes. ■■ ■ — 

■ to Murder. 



i ■ to Privilege of the Clergy. 

— to Riots. — 

— — to Ufury. - 

Summoned to meet in 1489. — ■ ■ 

Their Laws made at this Seffion. 

Meet at Wtfimnfitr in I +92. ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Their Benevolence granted the King for the 

Frtncb War. 

■ Proceedings at this Seffion. — 
Called to lV*fimmfi*r in 14.97. — 
Their Ads made there, Particulars of. — — 
Summoned to Wtftminfttr in 1498. — 
Their Subfidy granted there. — 
Meet at IVtjlminjlir in 1505. — 
Their Laws enacted at that Time. 

> Subfidy and a Benevolence granted. — 

Summoned VtWeftminfltr in 1509, by if/a. VIII. 

How addrened at their Meeting. . — 

Their Lift of Receivers and Triers of Petitions. 

— — Proceeding* againft Sir Thtmat Empfon and 

Edmund Jiudkj, Efq; — ' 

■ Subfidy granted the King. — 

Diuolution. - 

Summoned to Wiftmhfltr in 1510, and the Rea 

foiis thereof. 1 . ■— — 

Their Subfidy granted there. — — 

— ■ Laws enacted, Heads of. — • — 
Called to Wtjlmtnfitr in 1512. — - 

Their Subfidy, and a Poll-Tax, — 

Meet at Wejtmiitfttr in 1514. ■■■■ ■ 

Their Grant of Tonnage and Poundage. — 

— ■ - - - of a Subfidy. — 

Statutes enacted this Seffion. — 

Meet at Wtjiminfter in 1516. — 

Their Proceedings at that Seffion. — 



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Pap* 

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; 420 . 
i 421 
■■ 421 ' 
1 422 

422 
. 422 . 
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425 
i 420 rs 43 1 
• 43* 

434 
434. 5 

■ 437 
438,9,40 

■ 441 

44*> * 

445, 6 
: 447 
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5 



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14 

16 . 

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PARLIAMENT, fiimmaned to Lendn in 1543. 1 3 
Their Subfidy granted this Sefiion. — — j 3 

. — *-. Statutes tnacted. — -I 3 

Called to Wtjlminfitr in 1529. 1 3: 

Their Articles exhibited there againft Cardinal 1 | 

wdjij. ; 3. 

Refoluiion f../ morruing Religion. — — ; 3 ■ 

— — Statute-- enadeJ 111 puiluance thereof. — ■ 3 
L — ASt for difcharging the King from certai.i > 

Debt), without paying his Creditors. —I 3] 
Meet at Wtjlminjler in 1 530. — — I ' 

Thdr Letter to Pope CUment VII, i 

Queen Cathaeint'% Divorce. 
Lift of, - who figned it. — 

How anfiwered.- ■ ' ■■■■ — 

Meet at Wtflmnfar in 15,31. — 
. Their Laws enabled this Seffion. 
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Meet at Wtfiminjltr in 1 533. .— — j 

. . in -1533-4. i 

Their Ads to prohibit Appeals toKuat, Abftract 

Meet at Wtflminfhr ia 1534. ■ ! 

Their Afts for retrenching Ecclefiaflicai Power.: 

— - further Laws eha&ori this Suffion, Abftracr. 

— -- Prorogation. — ■ ■ » 

1 Oath, concerning the Settlement of the ) 
Crown on tha King's Iflue by Ann Bdtyn. J 

. furthcrStatuttSRnaited at this Time, Heads 1 

, . Aft in 1535, declaring the King Sa-j 
preme Head of the Church, Abflraa of. - j 

— further Ads at that Seffion. . ' 

— .1 ■ Subfidy granted.- ■ — — 

— Preamble to an Aft, for fuppreffing the 
Lefler Monaftertes. — 

■ ■ Aft, for invefting the Revenue* thereof in 
the King. ■ ■ — ■- ■■ - 

. Dlflotution. 

Summoned to IVtjhninfttr in 1537. 




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3 96 

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31107 

3! 108 



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PARLIAMENT, their ASt of Succeffion in Fa- 

vour of Lady Jam Seymour, the new 

Queen. — ■■ ■■ — — ■ 

Their A& for abolithing the Papal Power in Eh- 

- further Proceedings at thisSeffion. — 3 

Diflblution. 3 

Summoned to Pr"efiminfttr in 1 540, and the Oo 

canon thereof. ^— *■ ■- 3 

Their pompous Proccffion. — - — 3 

. . - Committee appointed for Religion, Lift 

. fundry Attainders at this Time, and Re- 
marks thereon. . 

— - Act. for the total Suppreffion of Mona- 
fteries, e\r. Abftracr. of, with Remark* 
thereon. ■■■ ' ■— — . 3 

. Articles eftabliwed, concerning Religion. 3 

— Puniflment of fuch who flrouM infringe 
them. — — — 

— A&, concerning thofc who were put out of 
Monaferirs. ' 

- for erefting new Bifhopricks. 



- - Preamble thereto. 

— further Proceedings at this Seffion. — 

Prorogations, and Meeting again. *■— 

Subfidy granted to the King, Account of. 

— — Suppreffion of the Order of St. Jvbn of 

Jerufalrm^ with Remarks thereon. — 
Settle a Jointure on Queen Aim of Cltvt. — 
Their Attainder of Thomas Lord Cremweil. — 
Propofal TO the King, touching the Vali- 
dity of his laft Marriage. — ■■ 
How anfwered. ■■ ■■■ _ „^_ 
Their Statute, for declaring the faid Marriage 
void. ■ — — 
other Statutes enacled this Seffion, Heads 

Diffolution, and remarkable Unanimity, 

Account of. - 

Summoned to Wefiminfitr in 1 542. 



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PARLIAMENT, how addrefied at their Meeting 
by the Lord Chancellor. ■ 

Their Attainder of Queen Catharine, ■ — 

- — Proceedings thereon. — — 

— ■- Statutes enacted this Sefllon. 

Summoned to Weflminjltr in 154?. 

Their Grant of a Subfidy to the King, Particu- 
lars of. ■ ■ - ■ - 

—— Ad, for the Reformation of Religion, 

Heads of. . 

Summoned to Wtftminjltr in 1544, 

Their Ad for altering the King's Stile. 

— for fettling the Sueceffion to the 

Crown, Heads of. — 

. DUTolution. ,, ,,— __ 

Statutes enacted this Seffion, Abftrad of. 

Summoned to Wefiminjler in 1546. 

Their Sublidy granted there. — — 

— Statute, for the OuTolution of all Colleges, 
Hofpitals, i£e. — — 

•— other Statutes enacted thu. Seifion, Heads 

■ ' ■— Prorogation, and Meeting again, in 1547. 
- — Ad qS Attainder againft Thomai Duke of 

Nvrfelk and Htnry Earl of Surrey. 

- — Diuolution, by the Death of the King. - 

Bills ready for the Royal Afflcnt, Titles of. 

Summoned to fVeftminfter by King Edward VI. 

in 1547. 

Their Repeal of the Statute of Prerogative, paf- 

fed 28th, Henry VIII. — 

■— Act, relating to the Sacrament. 

■ to the Confirm at ion of fiifhops. 
'■'-■ : ■ Subfldy granted to the King. ... — 
— — Act for dlflblving Chauntriet. . 

— ■ - Preamble to a Statute, for repealing of cer- 
tain Acts for Treafon, &c . 

— — Ad againft Vagabonds. — — 

— — Prorogation, and Meeting again, in 1548. 

— — Act, for the Uniformity in Religion. Ab- 
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PARLIAMENT, their A& for allowing Priefb to 

marry, Heads of. 

Their Afl for the better Support of the Parochial 

Clergy. 

— «- - Proceedings on a Bill of Attainder againft 
Thomas Lord Seymour, High-Admiral of 
England, — __ , 

Subfidy granted this Seffion. 

Reftoration of fundry Perfons in Blood 

— Statute againft eating Flefli in Lint. — 
— — Aflembly again in 1549, purfuant to a fe- 

cond Prorogation. — 

1 Act againft Riots. _ ._ 

— — Proceedings a&in&Edward Styaour t Duke 

of Somerjet. — _ __ 

— — Afi for defacing Images. — 

further Laws made this Seffion. 

Prorogation, and Aflembly again, 1111551-2. 

— Act for the Uniformity of Service, and 
Adminiftration of Sacraments. 

for the Obfervation of Holv-Days. - 

■• - ■ for the Marriage of the Clergy. — 

• againft fighting in Churches, and 

Church-Yards. 

' relating to Treafon. — _ 

for the Relief of the Poor. . 

1 ■ againft Ufury. __ _ 

for the Encouragement of the Wool- 
len Manufactory. 

— further Proceedings againft the Duke of 



Stmer/it. 

— — Diflblutio: 



- Diflblution. , „ 

Summoned to meet in 1552. — ,. , 

Their Subfidy granted the King. — __ 
— — Statutes enacted this Seffion. — _ 

~~ — Diflblution. — .-_ , _„ 

Summoned to mjlminjter in 1553, by Queen 

Mary. — ^ ™ 

Their Formality at opening this Seffion. — 
Statute for limiting of Treafons and Felo- 
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—— Preamble thereto. -— . , 



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PARLIAMENT, their Statute for declaring the 

Queen's Legitimacy. — — 

Their Preamble to this Ad. — 

' i ■ Repeal of at! the A&s made in Favour of 

the Reformation. ■ ■ 

■ Statute to prevent the Disturbances of 
Preachers, and the Abufe of Altars, Cru- 
cifixes, CrofleSj, fate. — — 

■ againft Riots. — — 

Reverie the Attainder of Thomas Duke of Nor- 

fili. -* 

Confirm the Attainder againft Thomas Cranmtr, 

Archbifhop of Canterbury. - 

■' ' ■■■■■ — ■ ■ ' againft Guilford Lord 

thidlty, and Lady Jane, his Wife. — 

Their Diflblution. — — 

Meet at Wijtminfitr in I554« — ■ 

Their Bill to fettle the Queen's Marriage with 

Philip of Spain, Abftra<a of. — — 
— — Statute concerning the Prerogative, — 

■ i i ■ for reftoring the Bifhoprtck of 

Durham, • • 

— Preamble thereto. — 

— — . further Proceedings. — — t ■■■- 

— — Diflblatton. _ ■■ ■ — 

Reftore in Blood Sir William Parr, late Mar- 
quis of Northampton. — — 

Content to the Queen s Marriage with Philip of 

' Spain. 

DUTolved in May, 155+. — — 

Meet at JVtfttninfttr, in Novtmhtr, 1554., by a 

" Summons from King Philip and Queen 

Their unufual Solemnity on this Occafton. — 

Repeal the Attainder of Cardinal Pole. 

Their Rcafons for fo doifcg. - 

■ Petition to the King and Qneen, expref- 
fing their Sorrow for all part Proceedings 
againft the Pope. — 

Kneel down, and are abfolved by the Cardinal. 
Their Joy oh this Occali&n. — . — j 



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Vtl. Pegt. 
PARLIAMENT, repeal ill the A&$ made agauift . 1 

the Pope. ' 1 ilt-xK 

Defire the Cardinal's Inrerceffion with the Pope, 

for the Eftabliihment of certain Articles. - 

Obtain a Confirmation from the Apoftolic See, 

of their Purchases of Abbey Lands. — 3 
Revive the former Statutes againu Herefy. — 3 
Enact, a Statute relating; toTreaibns 1 3 

— 1 1 ■ ■■ i. ■' traiteroua Words. - 3 

■ — ■ ■ — feditious Rumours. 3 

'- GypGes. — 3 

Revetfe the Attainder and Outlawry of Richard 

Patty BMhop of Worctfiir. 

Their Proceffion and public Thanks for their 

Conversion to the Catholic Church. — 3 
Are diflolved by the Queen. — — 3 

Receive Information of the Queen's being preg- 
nant. — — — 
Their Addreft thereupon, for the Child's Main- 
tenance, Support, and Government. — 
Receive two extraordinary Petitions from the 

tmprifoned Proteftant Preachers. 
Meet at JVtftminfttr, in Oatltr t 1555* by a 

Writ of Summons. — 

Enact, a Statute for the Suppreraon of Firfr-Fruita 
and Tenths, and the Surrender of Impro- 
priations. — — — 
Deprive Ann Calthcrp t Countefs of Suffix, of her 

Jointure. — — — 3 349 

Enad Tome other Statutes this Seffion. — ■ — 3 349 
Are diflolved. — — — 3 349 

Meet at Wtftnmtfhr again in January, 1558. - 3 350 
Form a Defign for entering into a War with 

France. — ■■ 3 

Make Preparations for this Purpofe. — 3 

Their Statutes enacted this Seffion. — ■■ 3 

Enact, a Statute to refrain the Liberty of the 

Prefe. 

Summoned, by Queen Elizabeth, to met 

Wefiminfter in January, 1558- — 3 

Appoint Receivers and Triera of Petitions. — 3 
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PARLIAMENT, enafl a Statute for reftoring the 

Firft-Fruits, tfc. to the Crown. — 

Enaft a Statute for the Recognition of the 

Queen's Title. — — 

» , ,-- — for reftoring the Supremacy to 

the Crown. — — 

Their Refolution with regard to the Privilege of 

Peers. . . — — — 

Ena& a Statute for exchanging Lands of fiifhop- 

ricks, — — — 

. againft offering Violence to the 

Queen's Perfon. — — 

— for the Uniformity of Common 

Prayer, &e. — — 

■ ■ . ■■ — for frequenting the public Service 

- of the Church. — — 

- >ifor the Encouragement of Trade. 
Reverfe fundry Attainders. — — 

Are diuolvcd in May, 1559. — — 

Summoned to Wtftmnfttr, Amu 1562. — 

Take the Oath of Supremacy. — — 

Confirm the Subfidy granted by the Clergy to 
the Queen. — — 

Enact a Statute againft Prophecies. — — 
————— Conjuration and Witch- 
craft. — 



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- relating to Excommunication. - 
Their other Statutes at the Seffion in 1562. — 
Prorogued to Ofiob/r, 1562. — — 

Again prorogued, on account of the Plague in 
London and Wifiminfttr. — — 

Meet at IVifiminfttr, Anno 1566, after many 
Prorogations, — — 

Appoint a Committee to petition the Queen about 
the Succeflmn and her Marriage. — 

- Confirm the Validity of the Englijh Ordination 
by a Statute. — — 

Their other Sratutes at the Seffion in 1566. — 
Diflblved, Anno 1566. — — 

Meet at ffe/imhjler, by a frefh Writ of Sum- 
mons, Anno 1571. — — 



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PARLIAMENT, their pompous Proceflion to the 

Parliament-Houfe. ■ — — 

Pals a Bill of Attainder againft Thomas Ptra, 

Earl of Northumberland ; Charles Ntvile, 

Earl of Wtftmeriland-, and many others of 

Note. — 

Their Statute relating to Treafon. — 

- to Popery, and the See of 



Rem*. 



- againft Fugitives fled beyond Seas. 

- for reforming Minifters of the 



Church. — 



- againft Frauds on account of Dila- 
pidations. — — — 

— touching Leafes of Benefices with 

Cure. — — — 

Diflblved, Anna 1571. — — 

Summoned to meet again at Wifiminfitria 1572. 
Their Proceedings againft Mary Queen of Scats. 
Enalt a fevere Statute againft Vagrants. — 

Their other Statutes enafled this Sefltoo. — 
Are prorogued. — — ■ ■■■- 

Meet at rVtflminfttr again, after twenty-four 
Prorogations, Anna 1581. — — - 

Their fevere Statute againft fuch as fpread falfe 

Reports of the Qyeen. — 

, againft fuch as turn Papifts. 

Paft a Bit] for fortifying the Borders towards 

Scotland. ' - ' 

Their Difference on this Account. — — 

Prorogued. — ■ ■ 

Meet again, after eighteen Prorogations, and are 

diflblved. ■. — 

Called to meet at Wtfiminjler, Anna 1585. — 
Appoint Receivers and Tiiers of Petitions. — 
Their fevere Statute againft Jtfuits, Seminary 

Priefts, &c. 

1 for the Security of the 

Queen's Perfon. ■ 

Confirm the Grant of a Subfidy from the Clergy. 
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VaL Pagt. 

PARLIAMENT, again prorogued feveral Timet 

without any intervening Seffioii, to Sept. 

15851 at which Time they are difiblved. 

F-fiabliftk an Afibciation for die Surety of the 

Meet at fVefiminfltr, by a Writ of Summons, 

1 Anno 1586. — « ■■- 

Appoint Receivers and Triers of Petition*, 

ufual. ■ ' 

Their Proceedings this Scffion againft Mary 

Queen of Scots. — ■ ■ ■■ ■ ■ 

■ Petition for her fpeedy Execution. — 

— — Reafons for it. — ^^— 

Adjourned by the Commimoneri to Feb. 15S7. 
Meet at Weftminfler according to their Adjourn- 

Confirm the Grant of a Subfidy from the Clergy. 
Confifcate the Goods and Eftates of the late 
Accomplices of the Queen of Setts — — 
Difiblved by Coinmifiion. — - ■ 

Summoned to Wefimtnfitr in November, 1588. 
Prorogued the fame Day, by the Queen's Letters 
Patent, to February next entiling. — — 
Ailemble again at Wejlminfler t according to their 

Adjournment. — ■ 

Confirm the Grant of a Subfidy from the Clergy. 
Defire the Queen to declare War againft Spain 

Dtffolved. 

Meet at Wejlminfier by Writs ofSttmmons, 1592 
Pafs a Bill agatft Popifh Recufants. — — 

againft Puritans. — 

for the Relief of Soldiers and Mariners. 

Dinblved, Asm 1593. — ■ — 

Summoned to meet at Weftmtnfler in 1597, on 
Account of a Peace between Frma and 
Spain. - — 

Pali a Bill for the Increafe of Mariners and Sup- 
port of Navigation. — 
>■—■■■ ■ ' ■ ' ■■ creating Houfes of Correction, 
for the Punifnment of Vagabonds. — 



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PARLIAMENT, pafs a Bill for erecting Work- 

Houfes for Relief of the Poor. 

Their other Bills pafled this Seffion. — — 
Confirm a former Statute for the Deprivation of 

Popifh Bifhops, 
Diflblved, Anno 1597. 

Summoned to Weftminfter, Anno 1601. — 
Confirm the Grant of a Subfidy from the Clergy. 
Diflblvcd in December, Anne 1601. — — 
Summoned to We/lmin/Jer, Anna 1603, being the 

firft Parliament held by King James I. - 
Pa£t a Bill for recognizing the Title of King 

James I. to the Crown of England. 
Their Preamble to this Bill. — 
Enact a Statute againft Witchcraft. — 

111 againft Drunkards and Keepers 

of Public Houfes. — 

Appoint Commiffioners to treat with the Scots 

about an Union between the two Kingdoms, 
Their Statutes, relating to the Clergy, enacted 

this Seffion. ■ — — ■ 

Pafs a Bill for defraying the Charges of the 

King's Houfhold. — — ■ — 

■ againft Jefuits, &c. Anne 1604. - 

Prorogued from July, 1604, to February next 

Meet at Wtfimlnjiir, purfuant to their Proroga- 
tion, and are farther prorogued to No- 
vember, 1605. , — — — — 
Auemble again at fPejlminfttr according to the 

la ft Prorogation, — 

Prorogued to January, 1605. — — 

Meet again according to Appointment. — — 
Pafs a Bill for an annual Thankfgiving on the 
fifth of November. 



471 



Page. 



- for attainting the Confpirators in the 
Powder Plot. 

againft Popi'fh Recufants. — — 

- to reftrain Tome Abufes in Ecclefia- 



ftical Courts, touching Excommunication!." 

Their Proceedings this Seffion in the Bufinefs of 

the Union. 



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PARLIAMENT, prorogued to November, 1606. 
Meet at Wtftminfttr at the Time appointed. — 
Their Proceedings this Seffion in the Matter of 

the Union. . ■ 
pafs a Bill to prevent Difcord between the Eng- 
HJb and Scots. — — — 
Adjourned to April, 1607. — ■ 
Meet again, and ftill puriiie the Bufinefi of the 
Union. — , ■- ■ 
Pals a Bill for the Encouragement of foreign 
Trade and Commerce. — — ■■■ 
Prorogued, by Commiflion, to Feb. 1607, and 
from thence, at different Times, to Fe- 
bruary, 1600. -. — 

Meet at Wtftminfttr, purfuant to the lad Proro- 
gation. — — — 
Confider about granting a Supply to the King. 
Their Proceedings in the Affair of Tenures, tsV. 
— — Attempt to redrels this Grievance. — 
Greatly affe&ed with the Murder of Henry IV. 
King of Franc*. — — 
Their Proceedings, on this Occafion, againit 

Popifh Recufants. — 

Pafs a Bill for ad mini Ik-ring the Oath of Alle- 
giance to Women, and for the Reforma- 
tion of married Women, being Recufants. 
Prorogued for a fhort Space, and meet again in 

OHottr, 1610. — 

Their Proceedings in the Affair of the Great 
Contract. — ■■ '- ■■ 1 

Diflolved by Cominiffion. — — — 

Summoned to Wtftminfttr, Anna 1614. — 

Diflblved by Commiflion. — — 

Summoned to meet at Wtftminfttr, Anno 1620. 
Petition the King to put the Laws in Execution 
againlt Jcfuits, bfe. — — 

Pafs a Bill relating to Hofpitals and Work- 

Iloufes for the Poor. — 
— ■— ■ ' to confirm an Hofpital founded i 

Charter-Houfe by Thomas Sutton, Efq; — 



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Parliamentary ffijlory of England. 473 
Vol. Pagt. 
PARLIAMENT, pafi a Bill to enable Prince 
Charles to make Leafes of Lands belong- 
ing to his Duchy of Cornwall. ■ — — 5 34^ 

Pais a Bill for the Grant of two Subsidies by the 

Laity, and thtee from the Clergy. — 5 359 

Obtain Leave of the King to Ht a Fortnight 
longer than was intended. — ■ 

Adjourned, byCommi&on, to November, 1621. 

Meet again in November, 1621, according to 
Adjournment. — — 

Diflblved by Commiffion. — — 

Meet at Wiflminfler in Ftbruary, 1623. — 

Juftify to the King the Duke of Buckingham 's 
Narrative againft the Complaint of the 
Spanijh Ambaflador. — 

Their Addrefs to the King} to break off the 
Treaties with Spain in the Bufinefs of the 
Match and the Palatinate. — 

— Remonftrance to the King, for a Diffoli 
tion of the two Treaties with Spain. 

--.. farther Addrefs to this Purpofe, withaPro- 
mife of a large Supply on the King's Com- 
pliance. — — — 

■ '- Memorial to the King, in Juftification of 

the Duke of Buckingham againft the Com- 
plaint of the Spanijh Ambaflador- — 

■ ■ ■ Petition to the King, againft Jefuits, fcf>. 
Appoint Treafurers for difpofing of the Money 

raifed by the Sublidy-BilJ, Anna 1624. - 6 
Prorogued. ■ ■ ■■ ■ 6 

Diflblved by the Death of the King. — 6 

Meet again at tVeftminfitr in June, 1625. — 6 
Adjourned to Oxford, on account of the Plague. 6 
Their Petition to the King for executing the 
Laws againft Paprfts, and for advancing 
the true Religion. — ■ ■■ ■ * 

Diflblved, by CommilEon, in jfugufl, 1625. - 
Summoned to Wejtminfler in February, 1625. - 6 
Adjourned. 1 ■ - 6 

Meet again, ^r//i626,purfuant to Adjournment 6 
Diflblved in June, 1626. — —"7 



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PARLIAMENT, fiimmon'd toWtflminfleu 1627. 
Their Petition to the King for a National Fait. 

— ■ " ■ ■ ■■ — ■■ for enforcing the 
Laws againft Rctufants. . — 

Agree upon a Petition of Right, in ojdci 

fecure the Liberty of the Subject. 
Addrefs the King for a dear and fatisfactory An- 

fwer to the Petition of Right. 
Their Bills palled this Sefiion. — 
Prorogued in Difguft. — 

Meet again in January, 1628. — 
Their Petition to the King for a Fail. 
Diflbived in March, 1628. — 

Meet again at IFeftmittfttr in April* 1640. 
Petition the King fur a public Fall. — 

Diflbived, thro" the Obltinacy of the Commons, 
Summoned to JFrftmitifler in November, 1640. 
Their Rer.ionftrance to the King, for putting the 
, Laws in Execution againft Jeluits and Se- 
minary Pricfts. — ■ ■■- 
Pafs a Bill for Triennial Parliaments. — 

Obtain the Royal Aflent to this Bill. • 

Their Joy on this Occafion. — • — 

- Thanks to the King, by the Lord-Keeper. 
Return Thanks to thofe Peers who petitioned the 

King for tailing the Parliament Nov, 164.0. 

Plot againft them, fome Account of. 

Their Orders, fubfequent to a Conference con- 
cerning the Stoppage of the Eitglijb Ports, 
and the Queen-Mother, tfc. 

Pafs a Bill for the further Relief of the EngUfi 
Army, &c. ■■ 

■ — for the better levying of Mariner 

- , for abbreviating Michaelmas Tei 
Their Requcft to the King, for deferring his 

Journey into Scotland. — — 

— Refulution, on the Setts CommiJBoncrs' 
Anfwer to this Bufinefs. ■ — — 

Petition the King againft conferring Titles of 

Honour tor Money. — — 

Obtain the Royal Afoot to a Bill for a Poll-Tax. 



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VtL Pagt. 
PARLIAMENT, obtain the Royal Aifctrt to a Bill 
for abolifliing the Star- Chamber Court and 
Hrgh-Coonrjiffion Court. ' ■ 

Their Addrefs to the King, on his Manifefte- 
* concerning the Palatini Family. — 

■ Petition to the King, againft the Queen's 
intended Journey to the Spaw, in Germany. 
— Addrefs of Thanks to the Queen, for pul- 
ing off her Journey. ■ ' ■ 9 459 
. ■ — Requeft to the City of Linden for a Loan. 9 460 

> Lift of Bills preferred to the King for his 

Aflent. ■ — ■ ■ ■. 

.1 Resolution to fit for Bufinefs on the Sun- 
day immediately before the King's going 
to Scotland. • — 9 

. Reafons for fo doing. — — 9 

Petition the King to ftay his Journey f o u rteen 

Days longer. — — — • 9 

Denied this Requeft. — — 9 

Pals a Bill for a Pacification with the Scots, — 9 
Their other Bills aflcnted to by the King before 

his going abroad. — — 9 

— ■ ■ Proceedings about the impeached Bifbops. 9 

Pafs a Bill for granting a Subfidy to the King, 

with Tonnage and Poundage. — — 

Their Orders to the Mayor of Hull, concerning 

the Ammunition there. -■■■■ ■■■■■ 

Solicited by feveral foreign Powers, to give 

Leave for hiring fome of the di (banded 

Troops. — — — 

Appoint Commiflioners to attend the King ii 

Scotland. > — ■ ■ ■■ g 

Their Inftru&ions to them. — — 9 

■' ■ ■ Allowance for Charges, Amount of. — 

■ ■ ■ - Order for an immediate difbanding the At ■ 

■ Resolution, againft fuftering any of the 
Troops to be hired into foreign Service. 

Make an Ordinance for the fpeedy difarmirtg all 

Popifh Recufants, — — 9 

Their Reafons for fo doing. — — 9 



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474 
474. 5 
475 

475.6 
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478 

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480 
480, 1 
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Vol. 

PARLIAMENT, appoint Commiflioneji for every 

County in England and Walit to lee their 

Ordinance executed. — . — — — 

Their Orderly to prevent the (pleading of the 

Plague. 

Appoint a Committee during the Rccefs of Par- 
liament. 

Adjourned, according to Appointment. 

Meet again at IVtftminfltr in (jaobtr, 1641. — 
Their Ariel Charge to William Seymour, Mar- 
quis of Hertford, concerning the Safety -of 
the Prince of Waits. — — 

_ .,, Refolutions, concerning foreign Ambaffa- 

_ the Queen's Priefts 

and Servants. 

, - ■■■— Strangers and Lod- 
gers in London and Wtflmnjitr. 

Proceedings, concerning the Irijb Rebel- 
lion. ■ — ■— - — ■■ 

Pafs a Bill for a Prefs-Aa. — — 

Their Inftrudions to their Commiffioners in Scet- 

, ,, Endeavours for fupprefling the Irijh Rebel- 

. Confirmation, on account of fome nelh 

Plots by the Papifts. — — — 

Pafs an Ordinance for putting the Trained Bands 

of the Nation in a PofVuie of Defence. — 

Appoint Robert Dtvtnux, Earl of Effix > Lord' 

Lieutenant on the South of Trent. 

, Henry Ruby Earl of Holland, Lord- 
Lieutenant on the North oiTrtut. — 
Their Guard difmifled by Order of the King. 10 
Petition for the Continuance thereof. — 1 10 

Their Reafons. 10 

Pals a Bill for continuing the Subfidy of Tonnage 

and Poundage. ■ — | 10 

Their Committee appointed to treat with thej 
Scots Commiuioncrs about the Irijh Rebel- 1 



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Parliamentary Hiftory of England. 
Vtl. 

PARLIAMENT, receive from the Irijb Rebels a 

Remonftrance for Peace. ■ 

Their Resolution hereupon. — — 

Vote the King's Speech, concerning a Prefs- A&, 

to be a Breach of Parliament. — 

"Their Proteftation in Defence of their Privileges 

on this Occafion. ■■ — 

^— Remonftrance hereupon. — — 

Obtain the King's Confent for a general Faft, 

on account of the Miferies in Inland. — 
- Their farther Proceedings, in order to fupprefs 

the Irijh Rcbell' 



^—— Petition to the King, in Juftification of the 
Earl of Nrwpert, from an Afperfioncaft upon 
him touching the Queen and her Children. 
Petition the King for a Guard. ■-■■- — 

Adjourned for a few Days. — - — 

Meet again according to Adjournment. — 

Their Order for the Safe-guard of Hull and the 

Magazine there. — .. 

Appoint Sir J. Hatham Governor of that Town. 
Pais a Bill for enabling them to adjourn either 

Iloufe to any Place, — 

Alarmed with Informations of frefli Plots. - 
Their Orders and Proceedings hereupon. —— 

Appoint a Guard about the Tower. 

■ " a Committee to confider of a Breach of 

Privilege by Sir Edward Htrbtrt, Attor- 
ney-General. — ■ ■ 
Their Petition tojhe King, to expedite the Trials 
of the accufed Members. — — 
Pais a Bill for continuing the Subfidy of Tonnage 
and Poundage. ■ ■■ — ■ 

for the Relief of Ireland. — — 

Their extraordinary Vote againfl the Advifers of 
the King's Anfwer to the Commons' Peti- 
tion, concerning the Tower, Forts, and 

Militia. 

Petition to the King, for putting thi 

Tower, Lfc into fuch Hands as they fhould 
recommend. — ■ ■ 



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116 

118, 19 

125, 6 
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198 
198 

198 

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201, 2 
201 

217 

23O 

263 

264 



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PARLIAMENT, their Addrdi of Thanks to the 
King, for psftng two Billi, the one for 
. imprd&ng Soldiers, and the other for ta- 
king away the Bifliopa' Vote*. — — 
Paft the Ordinance for the Militia. — — 
Their farther Petition to toe King, touching 
their accufed Members. — — 
—i— Anfwer to a Meffage from the Queen, 
about Lord Dig}?* Letter to her being 
opened by the Peer*. — — — 

— Petition to the King, relating to the Militia. 
i farther Proceedings againft the impeached 

Btfhops. ■ " — 

,. Menage to the King, on the Removal of 

the Prince of IFaUt from Hampton-Cettri. 
Receive the King's final Anfwer as to the Mi- 

Their remarkable Votes hereupon. 

—— Mcffage to the King, declaring their Refo- 
lution to difpofe of the Militia without him. 
.1- Refolution to put the Kingdom into a Stats 
of Defence by their own Authority. — 
- Pafi the Ordinance for fettling the Militia inde- 
pendent of the King. — 

Their farther Refolution* concerning this grand 
Point. - — — - 

— — Declaration, addrefled to the King, fetting 
forth tbeCaufesof their Fears and Jealoiwes 

_- — Reafons in Support thereof. — — 

Pafs a Bill for clearing the Lord Kimbekan* and 
the five Members, from a Charge of High 
Treafon brought againft them by the King. 

, for raifing Money for the Service of 

England and Inland. — 

Their Anfwer to the King's Speech, on receiving 
their, late Declaration at Nnvmarktt — 

— i ■■ Orders concerning Hull. — — 

■ ■ the Lieutenants of the 

Militia. - ' '■ 

— — . remarkable Vote, touching a Breach of 
Privilege. ■ ■ - 



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Parliamentary Biffory ff England. 

Vol. 
PARLIAMENT, pais a BUI for railing Money 

for the Service of England and Ireland, and 

for the Payment of their Debts. — — 
Their Petition to the King, that the Karl of 

Warwick may command the Fleet under 

the Karl of Northumberland, Lord Admiral. 
Denied this Requeft. — — ■■ — 

Oblige the Karl of Warwick to accept of this 

Command by their own Authority. — 
Pals a Bill for reducing the hijh Rebellion. 
Their Order for reforming fome Innovations in 

the Church. . , 

— — Petition to the King againft bis going to 

Ireland. — : *. 

■ Refolution in Confluence hereof. 

for removing the Magazine 



from Hull to London. 
• Order againft Counter-Petitions. — — 

Pafs a Bill for fettling the Militia. — ~ 
Thcir Orders and Information, concerning the 

Town of Hull, &f>. — . -t — 

' Declaration in Conlequence thereof — 

Order concerning Sir John Httham. - - 

fecond Declaration on the Bufinefs of Hull, 

and the King's going there to view the 

Magazine. . ■ ■ 

Committee, Lift of, appointed to go to Hull 

- ■ Iriftructions to them. — . ..- 
Conference on the Receipt of two Meflages 

from the King, concerning Sir John Ho- 

tbam and the Militia-Bill. — — 
Order for putting the Ordinance about the 

Militia into Execution. — 

— — farther Declaration about the King's Jour- 

ney to Hull. — — 

Appoint a Committee to go down to York. — 
Their Declaration, in Anfwer to the King's Re- 

fufal to pafs the Militia-Bill. — — 
■ ' " ' ' . ■ — to his Meffages, 

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inittee appointed to go to Tori. — — 

Their Refolution to fupport their Committee at 

York againft any A£l of Violence. — — 

Pafs a Bill for limiting the Peerage. — — 

■ ' ■'■-■ ' for levying Men for the Service of 

Inland. 

Their Declaration againft the King's requiring 
the Attendance of his Subjects, and of 
their taking up Arms by his Command, 
— — farther Orders with relation to Hull. 
——Order for indemnifying the Officers e 
ployed in removing the Magazine there to 
the Tower of Louden. — 

■ — Refolutions, concerning the King's raifing 

a Guard for his Pcrfon. — 

.——Petition to the King hereupon. — — 

■■ Cenfure of EdwaraLoTd Herbert, for ob- 
jecting to their Refolutions about the King's 
raifing a Guard. — — 

— Menage of Thanks to the Scots Privy- 
Council, for their Opinion againft the 
King's Journey to Ireland. — — 

■ -■ Re mo nft ranee, fetting forth the Errors in 

Government, and the Equity of their own 
Proceedings. — — -- ■■ — 

■ Order for difperling their Votes and De- 
clarations in fori and the Neighbourhood 
thereof. ■ 

■■ ■ againft the King's raifing theTrain'd 

Bands. 

— — Remonftrance, in Anfwer to the King's 
Declaration, concerning Sir John Hotham 
and Hull. 

■ Order againft removing the Records at 
Wtftminfltr to York. — — — 

■ ■ " Endeavours for taking into Cuftody fome 

Torkjbirt Gentlemen, who figned a Peti- 
tion againft removing the Magazine at 
Hull, fruftratcd by tbe King. — — 



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Vol. 
PARLIAMENT, their Inftruflions to their Com- 

miflianers in Lincolnjhirt and Hull. — 

Appoint a Committee for the Purpofe of prevent- 
ing a Civil War. — — 

Their Or^cr for Hopping Arms and Ammunition 
going to the King at Tori. — — 
■ ■■ ■ — for fupprefling any CommiiEon of 
the King's for railing Soldiers. — — 

— — groat Diligence in railing the Militia, Ac- 
, count of. ■ _____ 

■ - Order againfl the King's pawning or fel- 
ling the Crown Jewels. — — 

' for fearching all Ships for Arms, &c, 

coming from foreign Parts. — — 
Petition to (be King, with nineteen Pro- 
portions annexed. — — — n 

Pafs a Bill for calling an Aflembly of Divines to . 
fettle the Government of the Church. — i X 

Their Security to the Citizens of London, for the! 
Loan of 100,000/. — — —.11 

— Preamble to an Ordinance for this Purpofe. 1 1 
• Order for preventing Supplies to the Irijb\ 

Rebels. 'll 

— — — Ordinance for exerdfing the Militia, Form j 

Vote the Earl of Lindfty and Lord SaviU Ene- 
mies to the State. — — — 

Their Refolution in Favour of fomc York/hire 
Petitioners. — — — ■ ....—. 

— Declaration, iri Anfwer to the King's Pro- 
clamation againft the Ordinance for rai- 
ting the Militia. — — — — 

Proportion to the Public, for railing Mo- 
ney, tf i. in order to oppofe the King. — 
— — Succels in this Bufinefs, Account of. — 
Recall their Committee at Tori. — — 
Their valt Preparations to oppofe the King. — - 
■■■ - Refolution for railing an Army of Horfe. 
— — Anfwer to a Letter otthe King's, concern- 
ing the Citizens of London, — — 
■ Ordinance, Form of, for coining of Plate. 
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PARLIAMENT, their Petition to the King, in 
Behalf of fomc Tori/hire Gentlemen. — 

Their Conference, concerning NevicaflU and the ' 
King's Proceedings there. — — , 

Refolutions hereupon. — — 

Proceedings againft the King's Commiflion 

of Array. ■ ' ~~T~ 

Pafc an Ordinance to conflitutc the Earl of War- 
wici Commander in Chief over the Fleet, 
in the room of the Karl of Northumbrian*!. 

Their Orders, tfc, touching the Captains and 
Mariners thereto belonging. — — 

Severity againft fuch as fpoke difrerpeaful- 

Iy of their Members or Proceedings. — 
, Order for fuppreffing the King's Procla- 
mations, & e. " 

, , Refolution for raifinz an Army of Foot, and 

fecuring Hull againft the Kings Defigns. 

Committee, Lift of, appointed to draw up 

' Propofitions for Peace. — - 

deep Refentment againft a Declarati on of 

the County of Htrtford. — 

Refolutions for raifuig Volunteers in Lendtn 

., Declaration againft the Proceedings of die 
King and his Counfeliors at York. — - 
- concerning the Owners of 



Lands i 



ar Hull. 

againft the King's compel 



linR his Subjects to attend him. 

. Orders, concerning Hull and the Univer- 
sity of Oxford. — " ■ 
: . Vote for raifing an Army. — — 

. for preparing a Petition to the King 

for an Accommodation. — ~~T 

. - for conflicting the Earl of Efftx their 

General. " 

Order for appointing a Lord Mayor of 

London, in the room of Sii Richard Gurney. . 

Appoint the Earl of Bedford General of Horfe 11*96 

Their Commiflion to the Earl of BJRx, Form of, 1 

for appointing him General of tbetr Atmy. In, 297 »3J° 



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PARLIAMENT, their Petition to the King at 

Tart, for an Accommodation. — — 

Their Endeavour* to fupprefs the King's Com- 
miffion of Array, Account of. — — 

— Indemnity to the Earl of Stamford^ on Ac- 
count of his being declared a Traitor by 
the King, -... ■■■ - 

— Order to Gen. EJfix to pufh on hit Levies 
with Speed. — ■■ - - 

— — — Replj to the King's Anfwer to their laft 
Petition. 

■ ■ ■ Ordinance for levying Tonnage and Pound- 

■■ ■ Declaration, fetting forth their Reafons for 



taking up.Arms againft the King. — 
Commit tbe Karl of Portland to the Tower, and 

why. * 

Their Alterations in the Lieutenancies 

Counties. — 

— ■ ■ Form of an Oath appointed to be taken 

by the Officers of their Army in 1642. — 
Intercept a Letter from tbe Marquis of Htrtftrd 

to the Queen, — 

Appoint Sir Btnrj Vant, jun. Treafurer of the 

Their farther Alterations in the Lieutenancies 
of Counties. ■ ■■ -■ 

— ■ Cenfure of a Petition from feme of the 

Nobility and Gentry of YorkJbire t concern- 
ing Sir "John Hot ham. 

■ Anfwer to the King's Proclamation for 
declaring the Earl of EJftx and his Adhe- 
rents Rebels. 

— 1- Ordinance, declaring all Men Traitors who 

affift the King. 

i. — daily Allowance to tbe Earl of EJftx, — 

to the Earl of Bedford, 

as General of the Horfe. — — 

— - ■ Declaration, purfuant to fome late Advice 

from the North. — — — 

■ ■ 1 Requeft to the Dutch concerning tbe King. 

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PARLIAMENT, their Orders concerning the 
Earl of Bath. 

Their Ordinance againft irregular Printing, Form 

■' ' Preamble to air Ordinance for ratling Mo- 

Refolutions, on a Mcflage from the King 

for Peace. ■ 

— ■ Anfwer to the"Meffage. — 
— — Order for fuppreffing Stage-Plays, 

— ■ for banUhing the Capuchin Friers 

at Samirfet-Houfe. — 

— ■- Refolutions, on receiving a fecond Menage 

from the King for Peace. — — 

■ Anfwer to this Menage. — . — 

■ Resolution for abntifting Epifcopacy. — 

■ Anfwer to the King's third Menage for 

'— — Petition to the'King for his Return to Par- 
. Uaaient. — '■ ■ 

■ — - ■ Inflections to the Earl of Efftx as Captain* 

. General. -^— ■ -■ — 

Appoint a Committee to attend their Army. — 

Their Inftructions to them. — — 

- — Refolutions, on the Receipt of feme Dif- 

. patches from the Earl of Efftx at Wtrujftr. 

■' Declaration again (I an Agreement between 

tha Earl of Cumberland and Lord Fairfax, 

. far' pbferving a Neutrality in die County 

■of Teri. 

- Orders for defending the City of London 
igainit any Attempt of the King's Army. 
Refolutions, with refpeft to Contributions, 
Bishops' Rents, and the King's Revenue. 

— ■ Declaration, fatting forth the King's Con- 

duct, and requiring all Trained sands to 
be in Readinefs. — — - — 

•- — Inftmitioos to the Deputy- Lieutenants for 
collecting Sabfcripttons of Money, &V. 

— Care to preferve the good Opinion of the 



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PA RLIAMENT pafs a Bill to extirpate Epifcopacy 
Their Order for feizing all the fiorfei in Lan- 
dau fit for Service. ■ — — — 
Kccat! the Earl of Warwick from the Command 
of the Fleet, and appoint him Captain-Ge- 
neral of their Forces about London. — 
Their Proteftation to vindicate their Proceedings. 1 n 
. - — Conftemation and Orders, on Notice of. 

the King's March fotLtnden. — — II 
Pafs a Bill for providing for fuch Soldiers in their 
Service as fhould be maimed in the prefect! 

War, fcr f . ' u 

Take the King's Revenues into their own Hands.: i j 
Their Motion towards a Peace, — — 1 1 

Declaration, at the lame Tinie.fbr provi-l 

ding for their Defence. 

Petition to the King for fettling a Peace. 1 

— - ■ Commiffioners, Lift of, appointed to at- 

tend the King at Reading with a Petition 
for Peace. ; 

— - extraordinary Vote, on one of their Com- 

miffioners being objected to by the King. 

- Proceedings with the City of London there- 

■ Refolutions, concerning their intended Pe- 
tition to the King. — 

Ordinance for inTifting Apprentices. — 

Addrefs of Thanks to the Earl of EJfex, 

■ ,, ftrift Orders for affeinbling their Army. 
Requeft the Earl of EJftx to make Ufe of all Ad- 
vantages againft the King. — — 

Their Anfwer to the King's Mefiage, concern- 
ing the marching of his Forces to Brent- 

Informed of the King's intentions to adjourn Mi 
cbaclmai Term in 1642. — - — 

Their Order to the Judges on this Occafion. 

- ■ Declaration for calling in the Scots to their 

AflUlance. , — 

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PARLIAMENT, their Petition, in Anfwer to the 

. King's Reply, concerning the Affair at 

Brentford. • . ■ 

Their Rcqueft to the City of London, for a far- 
ther Supply of Money. — — 

i ■ Ordinance foe affeffing Non-Contributors 
lo their Array. — — 

I' additional Ordinances to this Purpofe, Ab- 
ftraft of. 

■■■■ ■ Ordinance, Abftrafl or', for preventing any 
foreign Supplies being brought to the King, 

■ ■■■ ■ Rem on (trance to the Dutch, againft: their 

felling Ammunition to the King. — — 

Appoint Mr. Holies Chief Commander of their 
Forces in the Weft. — 

Their Order for a Day ofThankfgiving, on Ac- 
count of their taking the City of frincht/ler. 

• Vote for fecuring all Popiftt Lords in Lon- 
don and ll'ejiminfler. — 

■' - ' for guarding the Northern Coafls. - 

■ ii- ii for encouraging Setts to join their 

■ ■ threatening Declaration againft the King's 

executing fome of their Officers taken at 

Brentford. — . ■ ■ ■ 

"Petitioned by divers Citizens of London for Peace. 

Their Difpofition touching this Point — 

.1 ii ■■ great Neceffity for Money to carry on the 

Propofe a new Bill concerning the Militia, — 

Quaffi an Agreement of Neutrality in Chtjbire. 

Their further Proceedings to raife Money. — 

Forbid the Sheriffs of London from publishing 

the King's Anfwer to a Petition of the City 

for Peace. ■ ■■■ — ■■ i 

Their Ordinance, forbidding Obedience to the 

King's Proclamation for adjourning Hilary 

Term, in 1642, to Oxford. — — 

•— Lift of Commiflioners appointed to attend 

the King at Oxford with fome PropofU 

tions for Peace. — ■ ■■■ 



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Parliamentary Htftory $f England. 
Vol. 

PARLIAMENT, their Propofitions prefented to] 

the King at Oxford, Particulars of. — 1 12 
Their Ordinance concerning Pa pi Its. — — j 12 
Make an Ordinance for a Weekly Afleflinent to, 

"fupport their Army. — 12 

Their Petition to the King, for putting off the , 

Ltnt Affixes in 1*42. — ' 12 

Articles for a Ceffaiion of Arms. — — \ 12 

Forbid the Judges to go their Circuits. —12 

Their Com miffioncrs appointed to go upon the 

Oxford Treaty. — 

Fortify the Cities of London and Weftminfier, &c. 
Their Votes, touching the King's Proclamation 

Mainft fame Counties atfbciating in their 

- in Confcquence of Advice that the 



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King's Forces were in Motion, with a De- 
fign to aflault Brtjiol. — 

— concerning the Lord Fairfax, &c. 

- Ships fire upon the Queen's .Lodgings at 



190 
190, I 



Bridlington, on her Arrival there from Hol- 
land. ■ ■■■ 12 191 

Votes, concerning a Conlpincy againft the 

City ot Brijld. — 12 193 

... Articles for a Ceffation of Arms, on a Plan 

faid down by the Earl of EJftx, — — 12 193, 4, 5 

■ Inftru&ions to the Commiilioners appoint- 
ed for the Oxford Treaty. ■ — — 1 12 ' 196(02.00 . 

— . — Rcfolutions, on a MelTage of the King, re- 1 I 

latine to the Ceflation and Treaty. —1 12 206, 7 

Menage to the King thereupon. — — j 12 207, 8 

additional Instructions to their Com million- 1 I 

ers at Oxford. J 1 2 208 

Make an Ordinance for fequeftering the Eftates 

of the Royal Party. — -■■ '12 227 

Their Sequeftraiors lor this Purpofe, Lift of. 1 12 227 10238 

■ . ■ Letter of Encouragement to Lord Fairfax. 1 12 243, 4. 
-.. — great Oppreflion of the Clergy, Account of. 12 247, 8 

Appoint Oliver Cromwell one of the Colonels j 

of their Army. — — — 12 248 

Their Authority given him in the County of, I 

Cambridge. ■■ , 1 2 ; 248 

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PARLIAMENT, their tetter to the United Pro- 

vinces t in order to prevent their Slate from 

giving Affiftance to the King. — — 

Order the Book of Sports to be ptiblickly burnt. 

Tbeir further Proceedings againft the Clergy, 

Account of. ..-. — . . 12 252 

• ' ' ■ oppreffive Meafures for raifing Money. - 12 256 
■ Letter of Complaint againft fome Scots 

■ Lords, for affiiting the King. — ■ — 12 257,8 

» Scheme for reducing NtwcaJiU. — 12 277 

Another Plot againft them. — ■ 12 279 

Their Votes on the Difcovery thereof. — — 12 280 
— Vow and Covenant taken on this Occafion. 12 295,6,7 

. Ordinance for reftraining the Liberty of 

the Prefs. ■ — 12 298, 9 

Appoint a Committee for the Government of 

Hull, in the room of Sir John Hotbam. - 12 325 
Agree to invite the Sects to their Affiftance. — 12 326 
"Their Ordinance of Indemnity for thofe Gentle- 
men at Hull that fecured Sir John Httham 
and his Son, — — — 12 326, 7 

bad Succefs of their Armies, Account of. 12, 329 

Appoint Lord Fairfax Governor of Hull. — 12 334. 
Their Order for a Faft, Foim of, on Account of 
the Defeat of their Armies in the North 

and Weft. ' t r- — 12 339- 

p— — Com mi (lion ers, Lift of, appointed to go 
into Scotland, in order to invite that Na- 
tion to their Alfiftance againft the King. 12 340 
•— Inflections to them, Particulars of. — 12 340(11347 
The bad State of their Army under the Earl of 

Effcx. Account of. — 12. 347*35* 

Theit Refolution for ralftng a large Body cf Horfe 1 2 349 
1 — - fecond Ordinance for a Weekly Anefiment 

throughout England and Wales, Form of, 12 353»3^ 
The il! State of their Forces in Lincalnjhire, Ac- 
count of. 12 362 

T>"'T remarkable Preamble to an Ordinance for 

piefling Sddiers. — 12 371 

- Ordinance for removing Images, Altars, 

&t. out of the Cuutcii. tt- — 12 376/1379 

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Parliamentary Hifhry of England. 

Vol. 
PARLIAMENT, their Proceedings againft Jadge 
BtrkeUy, Tor his Opinion concerning Ship- 

Their Order for protecting the King's Palaces 

from being plundered. — — 

■ ■ ■ for impreffing Men to guard the 

City of London. — — 

i Votci, on the Earl of EJex railing the 

Siege of Ghucifitr. — — 

Jom with the Scats in their Solemn League and 

Covenant. — — ,- — 

Their Proceedings, in Confluence of a Battle 

between the two Armies, near Newbury. 

Manner of taking the Covenant. 

Pals an Ordinance for fcqueflring the Revenue 

of the King and Royal Family. . 

Apprized of a Ceiiation of Arms with the Irijh 

Rebels being agreed to by the King. 
Their Declaration againft it, — 
- Complaifance to the Prince d"Harcourt, on 

his Arrival in England as Ambaflador from 

the Court of Franct. — — 

Arreft Mr. Walter Montague in the Retinue of 

this Ambaflador, and fend him to (heTower 
Their Senfe, on reading a Memorial from the 

Ambaflador, concerning this Affair. — 
. Anfwer, in J unification of their Behaviour 

to Mr. Montague, 



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leered by ; 



Controverfy be- 

'■Jfex and frailer, 



tween their Generals, 
Account of. 

How remedied. 

Their Preamble to an Ordinance for raifing 
Money to bring the Scott Army into Eng- 
land, Form of. — 

. Proceedings againft Sir Thomas Trevor^ 

one of the Barons of the Exchequer, con- 
cerning the Affair of Ship-Money. — 

. additional I n fir ucl ions to their Commif- 

fioners in Scotland. -— 



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396 ft 400 

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402, 3, 4 



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PARLIAMENT, their Ordinance for making a 

new Great Seal, Form of. I 

Their Commifiinners, Lift of, appointed to ufe 



■ ■ — Ceremony on delivering it into the Com- 
miffioners' Hands. — 

— Anfwer to the French Ambattador's Propo- 
fal for an Accommodation with the King. 

Pals an Ordinance for the Prefervation of Re- 

Their Preamble to it, Form of. . ■ 

. Appoint William Lmtball, Efq; Speaker of the 
Houfe of Commons, Matter of the Rolls. 

. Jtfin Selden, Efq; Keeper of the Re- 
cords in the Tower. — — 

Their Anfwer to a Renionftrance from the City 
of Linden, concerning their great Want 
and Diftrefs. 

Appoint the Earl of Warwick Lord High-Admi- 
ral of England. — ■ 

Eftimate of the Charge of their Fleet for the 
Year 1644, Particulars of. — 

Their Letter to the Earl of EJix, requiring the 
fpeedy Removal of his Army to Wimifir. 

. to the Earl of Mar.cbtfltr, to march 

towards Ntwfx>rt~l? avnell. — 

■.... to the Committee of Militia for 
Htrtfordjhirt) to fend their Forces to 1 
fame Place. > 

Sit to do Bufinefs on Cbrtjtmas-Daynn 1643. 

Their Articles of Agreement with the Scots, on 
their marching an Army into England, 

Lay a Tax upon all Sorts o! Victuals. ■ - — ' 13 

Open the French Ambaifadot's Packets, and talcej 

out a Letter directed to the Queen. — 13 

Their Apology for fo doing. — — j 13 

Invited to dine with the Citizens of London. — J 13 

Their Anfwer. '.13 

m - .to the King's Letter from Ox-' 

ford, concerning a Treaty for Peace. — 13 



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Ft 
PARLIAMENT, their Declaration, in Opposition 
to one from the Peers at Oxford, touching 3 

Trefty for Peace. 

Their Ordinance for appointing a Committee to 
join with the Scots Commiffioners, for bet- 
ter managing the Affairs of both Kingdoms. 
■ Behaviour to the King's younger Children 

in their Cuftody at St. James'*. ■ ■■■ 

Pafs an Ordinance for recruiting the Earl tAEJfex's 

- for oppofing the March of Irijb 



Troops into England. 
- for falling o 



e Day in a Week 
towards fupporting their Army. 

— for railing and maintaining an 

Army to be commanded by Sir PP. Waller. 



Their Anfwer to a Letter from the Elector Pala- 
tine, requeuing their Relief. 

■ ■ Refolution, in Confequence of a Viflory 

obtained over the King s Forces near Win- 

ebefltr. 

-- - Anfwer to the Dutch Ambaufadors' Offer of 
Mediation 

■ ' ■■ Application to the City of London for a 

fpeedy Supply for the Army, Account of. - 
— RcToIutions for fupporting the Scots Army 
in Ireland. — — ~ 
•— — Form of an Oath adminiftred to the Ser- 
vants of the King's younger Children at St. 
James's. — -— — — 
--' ■ Ordinance for enabling the Joint Commit- 
tees of both Kingdoms to prepare Propor- 
tions for a Peace. '— 

— - Succnfi againft the King at Stlby, Account of 
" Declaration, concerning the King's Procla- 
mation for the better Maintenance of his 
Garrifon at Oxford. — • 
• - ■ Letter to the Earl of Ltven, General of the 
Scots Army in England. ~— — 
. — — Letter to the Scots Committee residing in 
that Army. • . — 



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PARLIAMENT, their Letter to Lord Fairfax. 
Their Letter tonSefiwlof Effix, touching a Re- 
port of the King's going to London, tsV. - 

— Anfwer to the Lari of Effix'a Letter, rela- 
ting to the Prince of Waits. ■--■-■ 

r — - ■ ■ Ordinance, for further continuing the joint 
Committee of both Kingdom* to manage 
the Common Caufe. — — — 

• Vote for calling in iD.ooo more Seen, in 

order to reduce Nrwcu/lle. — — 

— Ordinance for excluding the Members of 
both Houfes, who had defeated the Parlia- 
ment. — — - — — ■ 

— . Refentment againftfeme Engtijb Merchants 

rcftding in Holland. - — 

Appoint Sir Oliver Fleming their Mafler of Ce- 
remonies. — — — ■- 
Oblige the Dutch Ambaftadors to dcaaaad an Au- 
dience in Form. — — — 
Their Letter of Admonition to the Earl of EJjex. 

— ■ Preamble to an Ordinance for an additional 

Excife. — — — 

_ great Victory over the King's Forces at 

Marfan- Moor, Account of. — — — 

■ .I— Letter of Thanks to the Generals who 

commanded at Marfan- Mesr. — 

— Ordinance for directing the Proceedings of 
the Joint Committee of both Kingdom: 

Become Matters of the City of York. - 

Appoint a Fall for a fluffing upon the Earl of 
Effix'* Army. 

Their Form for admitting the French Amballk- 
dor to an Audience. — • - ■ 

Difappninted in this Particular, and now. — - — 

Their Ordinance for executing Martial-Law, 
Form of. 

- i Com mi fli oners appointed for this Purpofc, 
Lift of. — — . . — 

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tine in England, and landing ctt Greenwich, 

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Vol. 
PARLIAMENT, their Orders concerning his 

Accommodation. — ■ 13 

Their Letter to the Kail 0/ EJix on his Defeat ' 

Cornwall. ■ ■ 13 

to the Kail of Mancbejl*r t to march 



with his Troops to the Affiftance of the 

Lard-General. . — 

Appoint a Fait on this Occafion. 
Receive another Mef&ge from the King for Peace. 
Their Refolutions thereupon. — — 

— ■ ■ fevere Orders, relating to the Soldiers and 

Officers of the City's rn arch inz Regiments. 

Pafs- an Ordinance for a Weekly Afleflment, for 

, the Relief of the Britijb Army in Ireland. 

Their Charge upon everyCaunty, Particulars of. 

■ ■ ■■■ Ordinance againft giving Quarter to IriJ, 

rfien taken in Arias. 

Appoint a Fall for the Succefs of their Army in 

the Weft. — - 

Their Draught of a Letter of Thanks to their 

Army after the fecond Battle of Newbury. 

■ ■ Succefs in Lamajhirt. — » — 

— ■ ■■ Ordinance for the Relief of wounded Sol- 

— ■ Proportions of Peace, agreed upon to he 

feat to the King. — — — — 

Commimoners appointed to attend the King 

therewith. ■ — — 

— — Refulu lions, on hearing the Report of their 

Cdtnmiffioners' Conversation with the King 

on prefenting the Propofitions. 

Anfwer to the Dutch Ambauadors' Media- 
tion. — — — p — 

■ — Manner of receiving the King's Mefiengers 

who brought his Anfwer to their Propofi- 
tions for Peace. — 

Reply to the King'sAnfwefconcerningthem. 

— — Proceedings with the King's Mefiengers 
about this Bufinefs. — —*— 

Pafs an Ordinance for dUfranchifing fume loyal 
Citizens of York. — . — 



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PARLIAMENT, pais an Ordinance for abolifliing 
the Boole of Common Prayer, and fubfti- 
tuting in its Stead a Form of Worfhip, cal- 
led ThtDirtclery. . 

Appoint the Treaty of Peace with the King to 
_ be held at Uxbrtdgi. — ■— — 

Their Draught of the Manner of proceeding 
therein. — 

—» Commiffioners, appointed for this Purpofe, 
■ Lift of. — - — 

— - Letter to the Parliament of Scotland, touch- 
ing this Affair, He. — — 

— Commiffioners appointed to goto Edinburgh. 

■ — Inftruclions to them. — — 

- ■■- Ordinance for attainting the Archbifhop of 
Canterbury. — ■ ~ 

. — — for beheading him. — ■ — 

Appoint a Fall for Succeft in paffing a Bill called 
Tht Stlf-dtnying Ordinance. ■ -- 

Their Preachers extraordinary DoeVine, fcfe. on 
this Occafion, Account of. — — — 

— — Anfwer to the Dutch AmbafladorV laft Me- 
morial. — — — -" - 

Appoint a Faft, on account of the Treaty at Ux- 

Their Inftru£tions to the Commiffioners im- 

powered to treat with the King. — 
L Reafons for fettling the Point of Religion 

before any other Bufinefs at the Treaty. - 
pafs an Ordinance for new-modelling the Army. 
Their Monthly Affeffment charged upon the re- 

fpeclive Counties for the Support of the 

new-raifed Forces. — — — 

■ for the Support of the 

Setts Army, Particulars of. — — 

Ereft a Court-MartiaJ at Sea. — 

Their Power delegated to the Militia of London. 
. Refolution to apply again to the City of 

London for borrowing Money. 1 

— — Succefs at Shrewjbury and Weymouth againft I 

the King. — — - 1 



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Vol. Pag*. 
PARLIAMENT, their Reaf»ns offered to the Citi- 

zensof London toobtain aSupply fromthein.- 13 410, 20 
Their Difference about the Nomination of Offi- 
cers in their new Army. ' — — 13 422(0425 
Commit the Lord Savile to Cuftody. — j 3 426- 

Their Ordinance for granting an additional Power 

.to Gen. Fairfax* Form of. — — 13 436/0438 

■ Declaration, in Favour of the Earls of Bf- 
fex, Manchefler, and Denbigh* who refigned 

their Commifltons. 13 441, 2 

— ■ Self-denying Ordinance, for prohibiting the 

Members of either Houfe from enjoying any 

Office, Civil or Military. — — 13 443^ 4, 

■- Oath, Form of, appointed to be admini- 
ftred to all Perfons who fhould come under 
their Protection. — 13 450, z 

The State of their Army under Sir Thomas Fair- 
fax. — 13 458 

Their Letter to the Earl of Levert, preffing for 
the fpeedy March of the Scott Army South- 
wards. — — f ' 13 462, 3 

— Resolutions touching Church-Government. 13 463/0468 
— — remarkable Indulgence to Gen. Cromwell, 

inOppofitiontotheSelf-denylngOrdinance. 13 468/0470 
State of their Fleet, in May, 1645, Particulars 

of. — — 13 471/(473 

Rcmonftrance to the Dutch, on the Conduct of 

. their Ambaffadors. — —13 4&9> 90 

Their preffing Letter for the Settt Army to march 

Southward. : 13 496, 7 

■ ■■ great Succefs againft the King's Forces at 

Nafeby. 1 3 507 

— — Prefent to Sir Thomas Fairfax, who com- 
manded there. — ■ ■ — 13 507 
Appoint a general Thanlcfgiving for their Victory 

at Nafeby. — — [3 507 

Thei r farther Ind ulgence to G en . Cromwell, touch- 

ing his Stay in the Army. — — 13 509 

— — Forces in the Weft greatly diftreued. — 13 510 
-- Letter, requefting the fpeedy March of the 

Scott Army to Worcejltr, — 13 519, 20 

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PARLIAMENT, their Refbiutions oa feme Let- 
Mrs, £SV. of ihe King's, taken at Naftby. 13 530, 1 
Their Anfwer to the. Stats Propofal for Peace. - 13 521, a 
— .. . Observations on the King's Letters taken 

at Najety, Particulars of. 14 

. Allowance for the Support of the King's 

younger Children, at St. Jamts't. — — 

— Pennon to the Earl of Nartbumbtr/aad, for 
his Care of them. — — — 

. Succefs before Bridgtwattr and Pmfrett 
Cattle, Account of. — — — — 

Appoint Lord Fairfax Steward of tbe latter. - 14. 

Sir Thomas Fairfax Governor there. — 

Their Lift of Coromiffioners appointed to relide 

with the Stats Army in Htrtfardjhirt. — 14 

— — Inftm&ions to them. — 14 

— ■ ■ to other CommifBoners ap- 
pointed to attend the Scots Parliament. — 

. Lift for this latter Purpofe. - 

Requefted by the Scots Commiffioners to renew 
their Propofitions of Peace to the King. - 

Their Votes on this Occafion. ■ -■ 

Difperfe an Independent Army, call'd Ciub-Miit, 
railed in the Counties of Wilts and Perftt. 

Declare them Traitors to the Commonwealth. 

Appoint Lord Grey of Weri, and William. Len- 
thall, Efqi Keepers of the Duchy Seal of 
l,ancujltr. ■■ ■■ — 

. a Day of public Humiliation and Prayer, 

on account of the Plague in England and 
Scotland. — — - 

Agree upon a Supply of Arms and Ammunii 

to be fent into Scotland, againlt the At- 
tempts of the Earl of Montrofe. — — 

Their Order for a Thankfgiving, on account of 
the King's Defeat near Chefier, Form of. 

Solicited by Prince Ruptrt for a Pafs to leave 
the Kingdom. — 

Their Conditions required for granting this Re 
queft. — ' ■ ■■ — 



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PARLIAMENT, their Letter to the Parliament 

of Scotland, concerning a Negotiation be- 

■ tween the two Kingdoms at Berwick and 
St. Andrews. ■ - ■■■ -— 

Appoint a Joint Committee of EngUJh and Salt 
to attend the Army at the Siege of Newark. 

Their Anfwer to fome Remonltrances of the 
Scats Commiffioners concerning Religion, 

■ the Proportions of Peace to the King, and 
a Supply for their Army before Nnuark. - 

— Draught of an Anfwer to a Menage from 
the King, in December, 1645, for Peace. - 

Exceptions of the Scats Commiffioners againft it. 

'Their Lift of Commiffioners appointed. to refide 

in the Scats Army before Newark. 

— loftru&ions to them, Particulars of. 

— Reafons to the Scats Commiffioners againft 
a Treaty upon any Proportions to be Tent 
to the King. — ■ 

i — Reply to the Scats Commiffioners' Anfwers 
againft thefe Reafons. — 

■ farther Anfwer about this Bufmefs. 
Appoint Col. Birth Governor of Hertford City. 
Their Anfwer to the King's firft and fccond 

Meffages of December, 1645, for Peace. - 

■ Refolutions concerning two other Mef- 
fages, of the fame Month, to this Purpofe. 

Appoint a Committee to compound with the 
RoyaJifts for their fequefter'd Eftates. — 

Their Refolutions againft thofe of that Party 
who had no Fortune. — — 

Appoint a Faft, for God's Affiftance in the Set- 
tlement of Church- Government upon the 
Prefbyterian Model. — — 

Their Draught of an Anfwer to the King's third 
and fourth Meffages in Dec. 1645, for Peace, 

Information of another Plot againft them, Parti- 

Their Agreement with the Scats Commiffioners, 
about an Anfwer to the King's two laft 
Meffages for Peace. - — <—— 



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PARLIAMENT* their Acknowledgement*, &t. 

to Sir Tbftnai Fairfax, on account of hn 

taking Durttxtuth, and for other Services. 
Their Settlement upon BngbPtim, his Chaplain. 
Tafs an Ordinance for further continuing General 

CremotJft Command in the Army. — 
Receive Information, by fondry Papers, relating 

to the Karl t& Glamorgan' % Negotiation with 

the Irijk Rebel*, on Behalf of the King. • 
Manner of their procuring this Intelligence, Ac 

count* of. — ~ — — 

Their Votes in Confequence of this Difcovery. 
Appoint Lotd Lifit to be Lord- Lieutenant of 

Inland for one Year. — ■■■ " ■ 

Their Settlement upon Lieut. Geo. CrmrwtU for 

his Services, Account of. 
State of their Navy in Ftbruarjy 164.5. 
Their Order for railing a Regiment of Firelocks. 

— ■ Eft i mate of the Charge of maintaining it. 
Appoint ajCommittee to go down intoDtvut/birt 

and Cornwall. — 

Their Lift for this Purpofe. — 

" fnilruftions to them. — 

Abolith the Court of Wards. — 

Their remarkable Expedition in this Bunnell. - 

Ordinance paifcd by them, for fettling Prefbyte- 
rial Church-Government, Form of. — 

Informed of the Prince of Waki having left his 
Army, and gone into the Iflc of Stilly. • 

Their Resolution and Proceedings hereupon. 

■ ■ Order for a Day of Thanksgiving, on ac- 
count of the Succefs of their Army in fob* 
duing the Forces under Lord Htpltn and 
Sir JaabAjllty. — — — ■ 

— congratulatory Letter to Sir Tbtmas Fair- 
fax on this Occafion. — — *- — 

— Letter to the Prince of Walti t inviting him 
into their Quarters. — — — 

— - Orders for fccuring the King, in Cafe he 

attempted Go come to Ltithn. . ■ 1 1 1 _ 

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PARLIAMENT, their Anfwer to the King'* lafl 
Menage for Peace. — — - 

Pals an Ordinance for banilhing from London all 
Papifts and other Perfons who had taken 
Part with the" King. — 

Their Proceedings concerning a printed Pam- 
phlet, confiding of fome Paper* of the 
Scots Coram if&oners. — ■ 14 

— — Vote for burning the Preface to the, laid 

Book, and difcovering the Author. — 14 

■ Anfwer to the &tf jCommiffioncrs' Paper of 
the 6th of April, 1646, concerning Pro- 
pofitions of Peace. — — 14 

. further Succefs againft the King's Forces, 
Account of. — — — — 

Orders, in Confequence of the King's 

withdrawing himfelf from Oxford, — 14 

■ ■ ■ Agent at Paris, his Letter concerning the 

King and the Prince of Walts. 14 

Obtain a Surrender of Ntwari, and by what 
Means. — 

Their Votes for fending the Scats Army home 

again. — — ^__ 14 

Receive Intelligence of the Diftrcfs of the Duke 
of Tori, for Want of Money. — .■- 14 

Permit him to come to Ltndm. . . ■ 14 

Their Refolution, with regard to his Mainte- 
nance- — — < 

Order againft Papifts, Irijbrtun, and Cava- 
liers. — — ' 

— — different Senfe of * Draught of a Petition 
from the City of London to the King, on 
the Subject of Peace. — — — 

Appoint the Marquis of Jrgyk one of the Af- 
lembly of Divines for the Settlement of 
Religion and Church-Government. — 

Their Commiffionert appointed to carry their 
Proportions of Peace to the King, Lift of. 

■■ 1 1 JnftruiSUons to them. — 

» — Proportions of Peace, as presented to the 
King at NtwcoJlU, Particulars of. — 
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fador from Fratut, to an Audience, and on 
what Account. — 

Their Anfwer. ■ 

Difpofe of the King's public and private Seals, 
and how, ■ ■ ■ 

Their Eftimate of the Debts due to the Seen 
Army, with the Objections thereto, Par- 
ticulars of. 

■■ ' ■ Ordinance for the Ordination of Minifters 
according to the Prefbyterian Plan. — 

■ Refolution to difpofe of the Perfon of the 
'King as they fliould think fit. — — 

Appoint a Committee to confer with the Scots 
i Commiffiortere-on this Bufinefs. — ■ — 

Attend the Funeral of the Earl of Bft*. — 

Pafs an Ordinance for making void all Titles of 
Honour conferred by the King ftnceMay, 
1642. — ■■ -■— 

— — — — — for appointing the Speakers of 
both Houfes Joint Commilfioncrs of the 
Great Seal. 

Their Ordinance, Abftraft of, for abolishing the 
Name and Title of Bifliops, We. — — 

— — ■-" for felling their 

Temporalities. ■ — _____ 

• Declaration, for paying the Seat 1 200,000/. 

out of the- Produce thereof. — — 

Grant a Commiffien to Cot. Gtorg* Mtnkt to 
be employed in- the Irljb War. — — 

Their Compliments to General Fairfax, on his 
Arrival in London, Particulars of. — — 

■— • iGencrofity to Archbimop fkilHams, for 
his Services done to their Caufe in JPalti. 

— —— Vote for punifhing, with Death, all who 
fliould oppofe their new-acquired Power. 

— — Ordinance for jufBfying their Proceedings. 
--' for confirming the Treaties be- 

tween the two Kingdoms. — — 

— -■ for making void the Ctflation of 

Anna in htknd. — 



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Vol 
PARLIAMENT* their Anfwer to two Petitions 
from the City of London, for difbaiiding the 
Army, and redreffing fundry Grievances. 

Their Articles of Agreement with the Seats Com- 
miiEoners, about the Manner and Time 
of the Payment of the 400,000/. for the 
Setts Army. ■ — — 

■ Vote for removing the King from Nnu- 
111 file to Holdinhy-Houft in Northampton- 
Jbirt. -■■ ■ - - 

n 1 1 annual Allowance to the Duke of Ttrk, 

Preamble to their Vote for removing the 

Lift of CommifBoners appointed to attend 

the Payment of the firft 200,000 /. to the 
Seats Army. ■ - .1 . ■ 

. Inftiu&ions to them for this Purpofe. — 

— — Lift of Coram iflioners appointed to go to 
Neweajitt to receive the King from the Seats 
Army, and conduct him to Htidtniy, — 

— — Inftru&ions to them. — 

Letter to the Scots Coraroimoners at Ntw- 

.eajilt, relating to the King's Pcrfon. — 
■ — — to the Earl of Ltven, to the fame 

1 Orders for accommodating the King in bis 

Journey to Haldenbj. — — - — 
- Anfwer to a Declaration and Defires of the 



Seats Parliament, relating to the JCing'i 
Removal there. 1 — 

- Hoftages, Lift of, for the Payment of 
200,000/. to the Setts, in Consideration 
of their evacuating the Kingdom. — 

-additional Inftiu&iom to their Coinmif- 
fioners intruded with the Cuftody of the 

- Alarm at the Proceedings of the Army, re- 
quiring their Pay, and a Regulation of pub- 
lic Attain- ■■ 1 

- Declaration thereupon, fent to Sir Thames 

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PARLIAMENT, their precarious Situation, Ac- 
count of. ■ ■ 

Their Ordinance, prohibiting the Arreft of all 
fuch Perfoni u bad acttd in their Service. 

——Votes for difhanding the Regiments of Foot. 

— — Letter to Sir Tbtmas Fairfax on thia Oc- 
cafion. ■ i I. 

— — Declaration, in Confequence of the above 
Votes, providing for the Widows of Sol- 
diers, fate. — — — ■ 

— Regiments of Horfo to be continued, Num- 
ber of. 

— — great Confirmation, on Notice that the 

Army had a Defign to take the King from 

Holdtnhy. i ■ -i 

■■ Votes for fatisfyin^ the Army. — — 
Expunge their late Declaration ajrainft them. - 
Their Letter to Sir Thomas Fairfax, fignifying 

their Proceedings in Favour of the Army. 
■ Ordinance, Abftraft of, for a further lit' 

demnity to the Army. — — 

> ■ ■■ Lift of Comtntffioners appointed to go 

down to the Army. — 

< Inftru&ions to them. — 

- Apprehenfions of the Army's marching to 

London. ■■ ■■'- — 

■- Order thereupon. — 

Abolifli all the Feftivals of the Church. 
Ordinance for this Purpofe, Abftracl of. — 
l'afs an Ordinance for granting 20,000 1, to the 

Soldiery. - — ■ ' -— ■ — 

Their Declaration, for repealing a former paued 

againft the Proceedings ofthcArmy. — 
Appoint a Faft on account of the National Dif- 
fractions. - - 

Their Letter to Gen. Fairfax, requiring him not 

to advance his Army within forty Miles of 

— Ordinance, Abftracl of, for enabling the 
Committee of the Militia of that City to 
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V*L 

PARLIAMENT, their additional Ioftra&ona to 

t hew Commifljoners reiuuiig w-uh the Army 

Their Letter to them, relating thereto. — 

— ■■ Resolutions for the King's Removal to 

RUbnuMd. — — 15 

— ■ A'arm at the Defires of the Army, and 

their Heads of a Charge agauaft the JUeveo 
Memhcjs of the Houie of Commons, fJc. 

— — Proceedings on thi» Occasion far the Satis- 
faction of the Army. — — ~* 15 

Grant a Pafe 40 tlte Setts ComnujG««cn to go to 

the King at Nrumaritt. — — 15 

Their Letter to Sir Thomas Fairfax* requiring 
him to raaevc fait Amy forty Miles iron 
Lend en. — • ■ ■■ — — — 15 

— ■■■-. -■ ■ to the King, writing him to Rich- 



— • ■ ■■ to Sir Tbsmat Fairfax, difavewjng 
any Preparations for railing Forces againlt 
the Army. — — ■ — —— 

■— ■• ■- againflthc 

King's Remove to Richmsnd. — — 
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- Votes for the Satisfaction of the Army, in 
Confetuie/ice of their Remonftraace on the 
State of the Nation. ■ — 

- Order for enlarging the Power of thi 
CommitEonera refiling with the Army, 
and to what Purpofe. — ■ ■ ■ 

- Letter to their Commiffioners in the Army L 
forbidding the Accel's of Delinquents to 
the King. — — — ■ -1 — 

- Refoliuiotts for Satisfying the Artsy. — 

- Vote- againft the King's going to Richmond 

- farther Resolutions for keeping Delinquents 
from the King. - 

- Rcfolutioos againfl the King's coining 
nearer to Leaden than where the Quarters 
of the Army are allowed to be. — — 

- Anfwer to a Petition from the .City of Lon- 
don, concerning the Payment of the Army 
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PARLIAMENT, their farther Proceeding* for 
the Satisfaction of the Army. — — 

GiveConfentfatthelnftanceofSirT&wnojFdfr- 
fax) for the King to fee his Children. 

Their Order for fuppreffing Stage-Plan. — 

Pafs a Vote for putting all the Land Forces of 
England* &e. under the immediate Com- 
mand of Sir Thomas Fairfax. — — 

Their Refolution againft inviting any Forces into 
the Kingdom. — — ■ ■ 

Pafs an Ordinance for changing the Commiffion- 
ers of the London Militia, at the Defire of 
the Armjr. — — ■ 

Their Declaration againft a Petition and Engage* 
rnent of the Trained Bands, Apprentices, 
&c. of London, for the King's coming to the 
City with Honour, Safety, and Freedom. 

Aflaultcd by a Mob of London Apprentices, J 
&c. 1 

Forced by them to repeal a late Ordinance for 
changing the Commiffioners of the London 
Militia, and for making void their Decla- 
ration againft procuring Petitions. — 

Deferted by both their Speakers, on account of 
Tumults. — — — 

Appoint new ones. — — 

Their Letter to Sir Thomas Fairfax to flop his 
March with the Army towards London. - 

— Order to this Purpofe. — - 

■ Proceedings during the Abfence of their 
old Speakers, and divers Members of both 
Houfes, who had joined the Army. — 

■ Declaration for the King's coming to the 

Parliament with Honour, Freedom, and 
Safety. — — — 

Order the King's Children to the Care of the 
Lord Mayor, and defire his Majefty to 
come to London. — — - ■■ . . 

Their Letter to the Commiffioners refidtng with 
the Army, — -* ~— 



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PARLIAMENT, their Letter to Sir Thomas Fair- 
fax, touching the Parliament's Freedom 
from Tumults, and fome Ads of Violence 
committed by the Army. — 

Their Compliments to him on his bringing up the 
Army to London. — ■ 

Appoint a Committee to inquire after the Au- 
thors of the late Violence done to both 
Houfes. — — 

Order on this Occafion. — - 

Pafs an Ordinance for making Sir Thomas Fair- 
fax Con liable of the Tower of London, &t. 

Their Bounty to the Non-Commiffion Officers 
and private Soldiers of the Army. — 

. Endeavours for rinding out the Promoters 
of the Engagement and Affociaiion of the 
Citizens, &f. of London, in Defence of the 
King. - _ ■ 

Pafs an Ordinance for making void all Proceed- 
ings during the Abfcncc of the Speakers. - 

Appoint a Day of Thankfgiving, on account of a 
decifive Viflory over the Rebels in Inland. 

Order the fame Proportions for Peace to be fent 
to the King at Hampton-Court, as were 
fent to Newcafilt. — -— 

Appoint a new Militia for the City of London. 

Their Propofitions for Peace objected to by the 
Scots Commiffioners. — ~ 



- Anfwers thereto. — \ 

- Lift of Commiffioners appointed to attend 
the King with the Propofitions. ■- — 

- Inftru&ions to them. — — 

- Draught of a Letter to be fent to the Lord- 
Chancellor of Scotland, Signifying their Re- 
folution to difcharge the Sat s Army in Irt- 

- Anfwer to a Letter from the States of Scot- 
land, concerning the Earl of Lauderdale. - 

- Resolutions for relieving the Army and 
Garrifons in Inland. ■ — — 



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239 
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240 

240 
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281, 2 
285, 6, J 

287 
287,8 



291 

295, 6 

306, 7, 8 
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PARLIAMENT, order die City of Luifan to eled 
another Lord Mayor, in the room of Sii 
John Gain, impeached of High Trcafon, 

Tbeir Ordinance for retraining the Liberty of 
the Preft. 

Appoint Mi. Gi&trt Mabbtt Licencer of the 
Prefi. — — 

Their Refolmion for applying again to the King 
for Peace. — — 

Pafe an Ordinance againft Delinquents. ■ ■ ' 

Grant a ComaiiCon for regulating the Univer- 
sity of Oxford. — 

Appoint Phiiip Earl of Pmkrtit Chancellor 

Their Refolutiooi for fecuring the King in the 

if, tint*. — — 

■ ■ ■ Authority, touching the Nomination of 

Sheriff.. — - 

■ . .■ - Letter of Thanks to Sir Thomas Fairfax^ 

for fiipprefing (otae Mutinies in the Army. 
«■— Propoktions, to be offered to the King for 

present Security. --. ■ ■ ■ 

i— — perplexed Condition, Account of. 
— i Com minion ers, Lift of, appointed to attend 

the Kins in the Jflt tfiyigbt with Propofi- 

rioni for/Peace. 

— — Initru&ioiis to them. — — 

* ■ four Bills preferred to the King, for his 

Royal AlTent, previous to a perform Treaty, 

Form of. 

— — other Proportions of Peace preiented at the 

fame Time, ---■ — ■■ — ■ i 

— -<- farther InftruAions to their Commiaisners, 

touching this Buuncfg. — — 

■ Articles of Faith, referred to in the above 
Proportions exhibited to the King. 

Ordinance concerning the Lord's Supper. 

Receive a Letter from the Scots ConwniSi oners, 
defiling to fee the four Bills to which the 
King's Aflent was required, previous to a 
perjonal Treaty. — — 



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Parliamentary Hi/lory tf England. 

Vol. 

PARLIAMENT, their Retortions in Aofwer to 

the Scots Comm'rffioners' Letter. — 

Their Anfwer to the Scan Commi&oners' Objec- 

tioiw to the four Bills and the new Propo- 

Pais an Ordinance for prohibiting Free Quarter. 
Their Proceeding! for the Satisfaction of the Ar- 

n«r. 

■i Votes againft any farther Addrefi to the 

King. 

■ Orders in Confequence thereof. — 
— — Lift of Commiftioners appointed to 

to Scotland. ■— — 

-, Inftrudions to them. — 

. .. Ordinance for the Payment of 50,000/. to 

the Sati. — — — r— 
» Order for their farther Satisfaction. ■ - y - 
Refolutions for reducing the Number of the 

King's Servants. — ■■■ -■• — ■ ■■ - ■ 

■ Fleet, appointed for the Summer Guard in 
1648, Account of. — — 

■ Orders in Confequence of this Appointment, 

Pafs an Ordinance for the Suppreftton of all 
Stage-Plays. - — — 

Their remarkable Preamble thereto, with an Ab- 
ftract of the faid Ordinance. — - 

Paft an Ordinance for the Relief of Irtland. — 
Their liberal Grant to Lieutenant- General Cram- 

. „,;;. 

« Comtniffioncrs of the Great Seal of Eng- 
land, Lift of. — 

■ additional Inftrn&onstotheirConuniifion- 
ers at Edinburgh. — ■■ 

■ Letter to them on this Occafion. — 
Pals an Ordinance for railing 60,000 I. a Month 

for the Support of the Army. 

for fecuring the Payment of 



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8000 /. a- year to the Prince Elector. — 
Their Orders, in Confequence of a Report of 
the Proceedings of the Viflton, for reform- 
ing the Univerftty of Oxford, - 



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508 

PARLIAMENT, their Justification of the Earfof 
Nartbumberland, concerning the Duke of 
7 ark's Efcape. ■ ■ - ■ ■- 

Take off the Dulte's Allowance.' 

Their additional Inftru&ions to their Commif- 
fioners at Edinburgh. — — 

— — Jealoufy of a Rupture with Scotland. — 
■ Preparations thereupon. — 

- ■- Declaration, previous to a public Faft. 

— - Anfwer to a Petition from the City of £< 
din, concerning an intended Invafion of the 
Scan. ■-■ ■ 

. Ordinance for the Suppreflionof Herefy, &c. 

— — Votes, in Favour of the Conftitution of the 
Kingdom. — — — 
i further Inftru&ions to their Commiffioners 
in Scotland, — 

-1 ■ — Order for fending Lord Fairfax into the 
North, for fuppreffing fome Englijh Delin- 
quents who were in Arms there, ■ ■ 

TheSuccefs of their Forces in Welts* Account of 

Their farther Inftruclions to their Commiffioners 
[a Scotland. ' 

. Letter to the Scot; Parliament, in Anfwer 
to their Defires, concerning the Covenant, 
the King, the Army, &e. — — 

.— — Proceedings, upon Notice of an intended 
Infurre&ion in and about Leaden againft 
them. — 

. Propofal for preferving 2 good Agreement 
between them and the City of London. — 

■ Letter to the Commiffioners at Edinburgh, 

concerning the Defires of the Scett Parlia- 

Appoint Sir William PlayUrs and Sir tbamas Bar- 
nardiften to go to Bury in Suffolk, to fup- 
prefs an Infurre&ton there. — — 

Their Inflruftions to them. — — — 
— Succefs in this Bufinefs, Account of — 

1 Declaration againfl prefenting Petitions to 

them in a tumultuous Manner. — — 



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117 

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117, 18 



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Parliamentary Hijtory of England. 
Vol 

PARLIAMENT, appoint fome Members to go 

down into Surry, and on what Occafion. 

Their Inftrudions to them. — — 

Appoint the Earl of Warwick Lord Admiral of 

the Fleet inftead of Col. Rainfbtrougb. - 

Their three Propofitions infilled upon, previous 

to a perfonal Treaty with the King in the 

Ilk tf Wight. — . 

■ Vote for augmenting the Fleet. — — 
Declaration agaimt thofe who promoted In- 

fur reft ions in Favour of the King. — 

Declaration, offering an Indemnity to the 

revolted Seamen. — — 

— — Vote for indemnifying the Duke of Buck- 

ingham upon certain Conditions. — 

Recall their Com mi dinners in Scotland. — — 
Their revolted Ships, which had joined the 

Prince of Walti in the Dawns, Lift of. — 

— Vote for requiring the Earl at Warwick to 
fight the Prince.. — — 

■ Agreement for a perfonal Treaty with the 
King in the Ifi* of Wight , without his pre- 
vious Affent to the three Proportions. — 

— Comlniffioners appointed to wait on the 
King with their Votes for a perfonal 
Treaty, Lift of. — — — 

— — Inftru&ions to them. — — 

Proceedings in the Work of Reformation. 

■ Account of. — — 

Obtain a complete Victory over the Scots Army 

in Lancajhlri. — — — 

Their Order for a Day of Thankfgiving. — 

■ remarkable Paper pubtifbed on thisOccafion. 

Votes for a perfonal Treaty with the King 
in the Ifli of Wight. — 

— Inftru&ions to Col. Hammond, in Confe- 
que nee thereof. —— . . 

— Letter to the King, fent with their Votes 
for a Treaty. • 

■ ■■ Inftniflions to the Comminloners appoint- 

ed to treat with the King. — — 



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410 
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regard- to Delinquents: — — 

. Refolution for continuing the Treaty four- 
teen Days longer. — — • — 
. Vote, in Confequence of the King s An 

fwer as tolrtlana. * — 

- — - of the King s An- 

fwer as to the Payment of Debt*. — 

- of the King's An- 



fwer as to the. Nomination of Officers, 

- of the King's An- 



fwer as to the Court of Wards. 

— further Votes relating to the Treaty. — 

— Letter to the Commiffioners thereupon. - 

— Debt cotitracled on accountof the Treaty. 

--—Method for fecuringtheRepayineat thereof. 



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rio I N D E X to the 

3 V* 

PARLIAMENT, their Lift of Commifioners ap- 
pointed to treat with the King. — 
Theit Letter to the King, with Advice thereof. 

— Votes, approving the Coodu-r, of General 
CmmotU in the North. — — 

Reject the King's own Proportions for Peace, aw 
fent from the 10, of fright. 

Their Letter to the Commiffio-ers there, appro- 
ving their Conduce. — — 

— Vote for approving the Proceedings of 
Gen. Crtmwtll. — — 

-— Gratuity to the Meflenger who brought 
, them the News of the Surrender of Berwick 
and CarUjU. — 

— — . Votes, touching the King's Anfwer con- 
cerning the Church. — — T\ 

— Letter thereupon to the CommiflJoners in] 
the lp»f Wight. — -7", 18 

— Refolution for excepting SunSoft and Faft-| 
Days out of the Time allotted for the 
Treaty. 

-— .... Requeft to the King, for declaring agunit 
the Proceedings of the MarquU of Qrm*na\ 

■ in Inland. - — ** "7 

-i — \ Appointment of new Judges, Accountof. 18 119, 

- Resolutions as to the King's Anfwer with 



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Parliamentary Hijlory of England. 

PARLIAMENT, their Votes upon the King'i own 

Propofitton*. — 

Their Lift of thofe Lords and Gentlemen ap- 
pointed by an Ordinance to be bauilhed the 
Kingdom. — _____ 

— - — Anfwer to Col. Hammond's Letter, relating 
to the King's Parole. — — 

-'■ ■ Refolution, as to the King's laft Anfwer, 
concerning the Nomination of public Of* 

fleers. ' 

for a longer Continuance of the 



Treaty. 
■■— — Lift of Delinquents to be excepted from 

■ ■ ■ additional Proportion to the King, con- 

cerning Scotland. — 

■ Vote on the King'* laft Anfwer concern- 
ing* the Church. — — 

for continuing the Treaty. -— 

" ■ Letter to Coi. Hammond, enjoining him to 
continue his Charge of the King in the Ilk 
of JVigbt. — — ___ 

■ ■ — — to Lord Fairfax, concerning his 

Order for Col. Hammond's repairing to the 
Head- Quarter* at St. Alberts. 

■ Injunctions to him to the contrary. — 
Votes, in FaTour of the Treaty, Account 

— -— Declaration againft a Proteftation of the 
Members of the Houfe of Commons im- 
prifoned and fecluded by the Army. — 

* ■ Ordinance, concerning the Election ofOf- 
ficers in the City of Ltmdon. 

* " ■■■ — • concerning fuch Citizens as had 

petitioned for a perfonal Treaty with the 

--—- remarkable Tranfactions in 1648, Review 

See Commons,— Cromwell, — Protecto- 
rate, in the 19th Volume, and Part of the 
aotb. 



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PARLIAMENT, ntw one, fummoned by General 

Cromwell to Whitehall, Anna 1653. 
Speech to them on that Occafion. — 

Their Time of fitting, bow limited. 
The-Supreme Authority of the Nation delegated 

to them. ■ — ■- 

Their Names, and Places they reprefented. Lift 

Character of that Aflembly. — — — 

How employ'** at their firft Meeting for Buiincfa. 

Appoint Francis Rcufe, Efq; to be their Speaker, 

Declare themfelves to be the Parliament of the 
Commonwealth of England. 

Council of State elected by them, Lift of. 

Their Declaration, inviting the whole Nation to 
pray for a Ble fling upon their Government, 
1 Committees appointed to redrefs Grie- 
vances, Wf. Lift of. — . — -- 

, Settlement upon Charles Earl ol Derby, out 

of his late Father's Eftate. 

Proceedings againft Col. John Lilbeurne, 

returned from Banifhment. ^— 

— - Orders for Relief of fick and maimed Sea- 
men, &e. — 

— — Anfwer to a Petition from the County of 
Ktnt, for abolifhing of Tythes. — 

— Vote for putting down the Court of 
Chancery. — — — 

— Debate thereon. — — 
1 Bounty to the Admirals concerned in an 

Engagement with the Dutch Fleet. — 
. further Proceedings againft Col. Lilbeurne. 

A<2 relating to Marriages, Abftracl of. - 

. Refolutions with regard to the Sale of De- 
linquents' Eftatcs. — 

, A£l for Relief of Creditors and Infolvent 

Debtors, Abftraa of. — 20 

Pafi an Act, touching Compofitions for Delin- 
quents' Eftates. — ! 20 

Their falutary Bills in Agitation at this Time. 20 
Council of State elected for 1654, Lift of. 20 



153 
153*17$ 

176 

176 

1 76**175 
179,80 
181, 2 
182 

1 8a 
183 

184(1 lS 9 

190 

192 

*9*. 3 

196 

198 

.98 
198, 9 

206 

213, 14 
214/1217 

223 

227, M 

230, 1 

231 

232 

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Parliamentary Hifiory of England. 

PARLIAMENT, their Debate on a Bill for a new 

Model of the Law. . 

Their Admirals for the Sea Service, Lift of - 
Surrender back their Power to Gen. Cromwell 
by a Writing under their Hands. — 

Their Motives thereto, and the Manner thereof. 
Charge againft them by Lord Clarendon. — 

How defended. - *_ _ _ 

New tmt caJIedto Wtftminfier by the Protector's 

Writ, in July,, 1654. . 

Lift of, who conflicted it. 

Their meeting the Protedtor according to Ap- 
pointment, Manner of. 

Howaddrefled by him. 

Eleft miHam Lentball, Efq ; for their Speaker 
Appoint a Faft for a Blefling on their Proceed- 
ings. — ... _ ____ 

Their- Gratuity to Mr. fPhitkch, on account of 

his Embafly to Sweden. __ 

— — Debate on the Syftem of Government. - 
Keretuful Speech to them, on that Occafion, bv 

the rWeflor. — 

Their Privileges, how infringed by him. 
Compelled to fubferibe a Recognition of the 
Government, as fettled in one Perfon and 
a Parliament. — __ 

Their Refolution thereupon. — 

Declaration for the Gbfervance of another 

* aft, with the Reafons thereof. 

farther Debate, &c. touching the Plan of 

Government. ■ . 

Form; of a Writ of Summons for the Meet- 
ing of future Parliaments. ' 

Refolutions concerning Sheriffs, and Per- 
sons to be elected. — 

-concerning the Choice of a fu- 



\-UIILCIII 

ture Lard Protector. 

- Form ol -an Oath to be taken by the Pro- 
tectory Council. 

- further Refolutions as to the Plan of Go- 
vernment. ' — __^ 

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513 

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232^236 
238 

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239ft 244 
2 44> 5 
245. 6 

291, 2, 3 
297 "30S 

316/5318 ' 
3i8r«333 
333. 4 

334 

347 
348, 9 

349 '0369 
369 



370 
370, I 

372, 3, 4 

375 "381 

?2, 3 

383«38S 

9 

389. 9? 

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PARLIAMENT, their Form of an Oath to be 
taken by the Prote&or. — 

Their Rcfolutions for fettling a yearly Revenue 
upon him. — — ■ ■ 

further Resolution concerning the new 

Frame of Government, Particulars of. - 
' Bills depending before them at this Time. — 

Their Proceedings againft John Blddlt, for 
Blafphemy. • ■■■ ■ — ■ 

againft John Theror t a Qua- 
ker. — ' _ ■ 

• DilTolution by the Protcclor, with the Rea- 

fons thereof. 

Speech to them on that Occasion. — — 

New one, fumnioned to H^eflminfier in 1656. 

Ijift of, returned for that Purpofe. -■- — 

Chufe Sir The. fViddrington for their Speaker. 

Their Proceedings concerning the fecluded Mem- 

■ — for abrogating the King' 

Titles. ■ 

■ ■ ■ ■ Manner of prefenting Bills for Cromwtlti 
' ■ Confent. — - 

Rcfolutions- for approving of the War with 

Pafs a Bill for the Security of Cromwell's Perfon. 
Their Proceedings againft J. Naylor, a Quaker. 
Appoint a Day of Thankfgiving, fot the Difco- 

very of a Plot againft Cromwell. ■— 

Their Manner of congratulating him on that 

Occaiion. — ■ 

■ ■ Grant for carrying on the War with- Sfmim. 

Gratuity to Mr. Wbitlttkt. 

How complimented by Cromwell. — — 
Their Debate, on a Motion to make him King. 
Reafons for defiling hint to- aflame that 

Title. . — — 

Appoint a Committee to receive his Scruples. ■ 

Their Offer rejected'. — 

Refolutions for ftyling him Lord Pro- 
tector. 



the 
Vol Vagi. 

394 

395 

395. 6 » 7 
398.9 

4<m. 3 

403.4 

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Parliamentary Hlflory ^England. 

■ Vol 
PARLIAMENT, their Petition and Advice to the 
Lord Protector, with certain Limitations 
of his Power. — — , -*- 
Their Marks of Refpedt for. Admiral Blake. - 
farther Petition to the Protector, concern- 
ing his Power. — - 

Adjourned by him. " ■ - - - — 

Tneir Bills pahed at that Time. 

Meet again according to Adjournment. — 

How addrehed by the Proteaor. — — 

' by Commiffioner Ficnnei, — 

Their hafty DiiTolution. — 
Speech to them by the Protector on that Occa- 

fion. — — 

Their ufeful Bills depending at that Time. 
Summoned to Wtfiminfler^ in 1658, by Richard 

. Cromwell. — 1 — ■ 

How aJdrtiled, at opening the SelGon, by the 

' : ■ — by Com- 

miflioner Fiennes. — — 

Their Declaration for a public Fait. — 

■ DiiTolution, and how occafioned. — 

New one, fet on Foot by the Army and Republi- 
can Party, confuting of fecluded Members. 
Chufe William Lenthctll, Efqj for their Speaker. 
Their Declaration on being reftored. ■ • 

Appoint a Committee of Safety. ■ . — — 

Their Proceedings in Difcharge of their Truft. 

— — ■ Order concerning auxiliary Forces. — 
1 Lift of Commilfioners for nominating 

Com million Officers in the Army. ■ ■ ■■ 
Gonftitute Gen. Fleetwood Commander in Chief 

of all the Land Forces in England and 

Scotland. — 

Their Proceedings for fettling a new Council ofj 

State. — — — 21 

Lift of Gentlemen appointed to that 

. Truft. 1 

Order for a new Great Seal. ' 

— late Transitions, Review of. — — ] 

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PARLIAMENT, their Order for the Sale of 

Whitehall and Somtrftt-Houfe. 

How addrefled by the Army in Scotland under 

Gen. Mtnkt. — . — ■ 

Their Government fubmitted to by Richard 

Cromwell. - ■ — 

■ ' Orders concerning his Debts and future 

Subfiftencc. ' — 

. - '■■ " ii Check on Admiral Montague. 

— Navy at this Time, Lift of. — 
ii Plenipotentiaries appointed to make Peace 

between the two Northern Kings. — 
Oblige all the Officers of the Army and Navy to 

receive their Commiftions from the Speaker. 
Their Reafons for this Precaution. — — 

— Order concerning the Judges and Juftices 
of the Peace. — 

— ■ ■ various Methods for railing Money. — 
— — - Refolution, on a RemoulTrance from the 

Council of State, about the Army. — 
— ■ — Order for fecuring Richard Cromwell from 

Arrefts, — ■ 

Recall Henry Cromwell from his Lieutenancy 

Irtlmd. 

Their Sale of Hampton-Court, and for what. - 

— Order relating to Whitehall. — — 
Appoint Gen. Ludlow Commander in Chief of 

all the Forces in Ireland. — 
Pafs a Bill of Indemnity for what had been done 

during the late Times. — — 

Their Prohibition of Horfe-Races, and other 

public Divcrfiods. — 
i i Generality to Richard Cromwell. 

■ Proceedings concerning a. Plot. 

— Resolution again ft Col. Egerton, Sir George 
Booth, and others. — ■ — — - 

■ ■ ■ Gratuity to Gen. Ldmhert t for fupprefiiflg 

an Infurrcdion. — --■■■■ 

— — Commitment of Sir George Booth. — 
Pafs a Bill for fequeftring the Eftates of the late 

Iniurgents. 



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I 423. 4 
I 424 

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' 434 
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Parliamentary Hifiory of England'. 

Vol 



PARLIAMENT, their Authority, Eftablifhmeni 

of, at this Time. — 

Pafs a Bill for a Monthly Tax. , _* 

Tbeir Pay allowed to the CommiiHon Officers 

of the Militia. — 

— — Reward offered for taking Jthn Mordaunt, 

Efqt and Major Majfey. • — 

■ Examination and Commitment of Peter 

Break, Efq; — 

Tealoufy of Admiral Montague. ■ , 

Refolution, concerning the General Offi- 
cers of the Army. — 

- ■■'■ Order to Gen. Fltttwwd thereupon, 

Refolution, touching a Day of Thankigi- 

ving. . — . . 

o concerning Lord Faueanbtrg. - 

Order for fecuring the Earl of Arundel, 

— — Fine let upon divers Members of the 

Houfe for Non-Attendance. . 

Pafs a Bill for the Continuance of the Cuftoms 

and Excife. -■■ -. - 

Their Anfwer to an Addrtfs from the City of 

■■ - to a Petition- from the Officers of 

the Army. i " 

Refolution, concerning Candidates for P] aces 

of Profit, fit. _ 

— — Anfwer to fome Propofals of the Army. 

— — Acl againft raifirig Money without their 

■ — Lift of Colonels dilcharged from Military 

Employment. - 

— Aft for governing the Army by Commif- 
iioners. — — — . _j1 

Diflblution, Manner of. — 

Reftored to their Seats and Power. 

Their Proceedings in Confequence thereof. 

new Council of State, Lift of. 

Compliments to Gen. Menit. Lord Fair- 
fax t ESV. „ 

Proceedings againft Sir Henry Vent. — * 



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' '449 



45»> t 
45* 

453 

454 

454. s 

455 

455 



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458 

459 
465 "467 

4«7, » 

469 

4*9. 70 
477. 8 ■ 
28 

33. 4. 5 
36 

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PARLIAMENT, their Proceedings againft Colo-j 
ncls Lambtrt, Dt/bor»ugb t and others. 
Appoint Col, Morley Governor of the Tower of 

Their Settlement on Gen. Mankt. — 

Monthly Affeffment. — ■ — ' 

— t Rcfolution againft Col. Sydtnbam. — 22 

... .,., ■ againft Major Sahuaf. — 22 

, nsw Commiffioners of the Great Seal,! 

judges, fcjfc. Lift of. — — 22 

——Proceedings againft Col. Jmi, Mifti Cw- 

iit, Matthew Tomtin/on, and Lieutenant - 

General Ludlow. ,22 

— — Anfwer to a Deputation of Officers from' 

the Army in Inland. — 22 

■■ Grounds for a Settlement of the State. — 22 

Declaration thereupon. — — 

- Vote for a Settlement on Vice-Admiral 



Law/on. 
Order 1 



_ rder for Col. Fleetwood, Mr. WhUhcke, 
Mr. Strickland, and* Mr. Holland, to at- 
tend the Houfe. — — 
Bring in a Bill for approving all the late A£Hons 

of Gen. Monk*. — — — ■ 

Their Favour to Mr. Gambit, his Chaplain. -*- 22 

Committee appointed for the Army, Lift of. 22 

— for Treafurers of War, Lift of. \ 2* 

— — Commiffioners for the Admiralty and Navy,t 

Lift of- — 1 — , 

t— 1 Allowance towards maintaining a Table for J 

the Commiffioners of the Army. j 

— Order for conferring the Ouftody of St.l 

" Jama's Park on Gen. Mont*. —\ 

Pafs their Bill for juftifying his Actions. — 
Their Order for taking Sir H. Vani into Cuftody. 

Refolutions concerning the public Revenue. 

■ ■ Order for taking into Cuftody Sir John 
Noreett, and fome other Members of the 

Houfe. — 

,. r Order for a frefli Choice of Common 

Council tor the»City of London. — — 



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PARLIAMENT, their Allowance to Gen. Monke 

on his Entrance into England. — — 

Their Debate on the .Choice of Commiffiooers 

for governing the Army. — — 

i Lift of Gentlemen appointed for that Truft. 

— i Order for carrying Sir Henry Vane to his 

Houfe ift Lincoln/hire. — — 

■ ..— Proclamation againft Col. Lambert. — 
— — Order for examining into the Condud of 

the Army's late Committee of Safety. — 
— — Engagement to be taken by the Members 

of the Council of State, Form of. -^~ 

— Ail, concerning the Election of Members 
to ferve in Parliament, Abftradof. ■ 

. Rcfolution for expunging divers PaJIages in 
the "Journals. — — • 

, ,.__ for appointing General Monit 

Commander in Chief. — — 

— for a Repeal of the A£l appoint- 



ing Commiffioner-s for the Government of 

the Army. ■■ •■— 

- Ibr difchargmg Sir Robert Pft s 



and others, from Imprifonment, 

-for fufpendingtbe Power* granted 



to the Council of State. 

— for reversing the late Order agai nft 
the Common Council of London. 

. Order for difcharging Sir John Nercatt and 

Sir George Booth from Imprifonment. — ! 

— — ■ for repairing the Gates of the City I 

of London at the Public Charge. — ' 2 

— for revoking the Powers granted to I 

the Militia. 1 a 

— — Election of a new Council of State. — — j 2_ 

— Rcfolution for a Day of Thankfgiving, for | I 
the Return of the feduded Members. — . 22 J . „ 

— — Difcharge of Peter Brook, Efq; and others, 
concerned in Sir George Booth's Affair, from | 

Imprifonment. — . ■ . 22 ! 14 S 

Elect John Tburtot, Efq; a Secretary of State. [ 22 j I46 
Their Diffolution, Appointment of. 22 1 147 



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PARLIAMENT,' their Order for expunging feme I 
Votes in the fmrnalt. 



to the 



Page. 



Their Refelution for difcharging the Engagement 
■» ■ ■ additional Power given to the Council of 

Pais a Bill for reviving the Court of the Duchy- 
Chamber of l.amajhln. — _ 

w ' for restoring William Lnttball, Efo.; 

to the. CliambcrJainfliipof Cbifter. — 

Their Lift of Gentlemen nominated for Wtlfis 
Judges. — _ _^ 

— — Prelent of Money to Gen- Monin. — 

Appoint him Steward of the Manor of Humtttm- 
Court, and Keeper of the Houfe and Parks 

Their OHcharge of Dr. Wrtn from his Imprifon- 

ment. ■ ■ ■ — — — 
Revival of an A£l for the Payment of 

Tythes. _ _ 

« Bill for a new Parliament. — 

. Provif© therein, for faving the Right of 

the Peers. — — ,■ 

— — Diflblution by themfervei. — — 

Meet at H'tflminjitr in 1660. — 

Their Declaration for keeping the Peace. 

' Appointment of a public Thankfgiving, 

for die King's gracious Letters to both 

1 Form of a Proclamation of the King 

agreed upon. ,. 

~— — Manner of proclaiming him. — _ 

1 Vote for the King's fpeedy Return. — 

■ for taking down the Anns of the 

Commonwealth, and felting up the King's 
in their Stead. — - 

Pafs a Bill for- preventing Difputes concerniife 
their prefect tirembling, 

Their Commiffioners appointed to wait on the 
King at Br*li t Lilt of. — _ 

Ii.ftiufllnns tn them. _ _ 

Neccfuries provided for llie King's Re- } 

tepuon. j 



.48 

'• '5S 

156 

156 

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277 



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Ft 
PARLIAMENT, their Monthly Affeflment laid I 

on England, Amount of. - ■ %; 

Their Proceedings againft the Regicides. — 2; 
— — further Provifion for the King's Reception. ' 2; 

. Manner of congratulating the King on his | 

Return to Whitehall. — 21 

Petition to the King for a Thankfgiying. - ■ 22- 

■ ■ Bills firft offered to the King for his Royal 

A/Tent. " — ___— 

• ' ■ Claim to the King's general Pardon, pub- 

lifhed at Breda. _ 

Pafs a Bill for a Poll-Tax. — - 

- for Tonnage and Poundage to the 



King. 



- for a Continuance of Excifc. — 

- for obferving the 29th of May as a 



Day of Thaokigiving for eve: 

Pafs a Bill of Indemnity. 22 

Their additional Bills for the Royal Aflent, 

Titles of. ■ 

Petition to the King in Behalf of Sir Henry 

Vane and Col. Lambert. — — 22 
Bills prefented to the King on their Re- 1 

cefs, Tides of, — 

Order for taking up the Bodies of Crom-\ 

well, Ireton, Bradjhaw, and Piydi. — '23 
Lift of Bills paffed at their Diffolution ' 



How addrefied on that Occafion by the King. . 
by the Lord ■ 



Chancellor. — 

PAROCHIAL CHURCHES, in England, Num- 1 ' 

ber of, Anne 1371. — * ■ 

PARR, Lord, fummoned to Parliament by King! 

HeuryVm. in i 5+ o. — Z\ 

Made Earl of Efftx. 

One of the Committee appointed to confer with 
the Commons on a Bill for altering the 

King's Stile. . _ 

Created Marquis of Northampton. — 

One of the Peers fummoned to the firft Parlia- 
ment of Edward VJ. — 



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PARR, Lord, his fecond Marriage, during the Life 
■of his firft Lady, declared void by Parlia- 
ment, 

Reftored in Blood ; and his Attainder, on Ac- 
count of aiding Lady Jane Grey, reverfed. 
Made Privy Counfellor to Queen Elizabeth. — 
PARR, Lady Catharine, Widow to the Lord Lati\ 
tr.tr, her Marriage with King Henry VIII. 
Her Marriage with Thomas Lord Seymour. — 

Death and Chancier. — 

PARRY, Dr. a Civilian, his Oppofition to a. ) 

Bill againft Jefuits. J 

Proceedings againft him by. the Commons, on 

that Account. 

His Excufe for what he had faid. — — 

Submiffion and Acknowledgement of his 

Offence. 

Admitted into the Houfe again. — — 

His tragical End. — ■— 

PATE, Richard, Bijhop ofWercefier, his Attainder, 
on account of talcing his Bifhopriclc from 

the Pope, reverfed. — 

Reftored to his See again. — 

His Diflent to a Bill ior reftoring the Firft-Fniits 

to the Crown. — ■— 

, „__— for reftoring the Supremacy. 

_____——— — for exchanging Lands of 

Bi (hop ricks. > — 

PATE, John, E/q; Impeachment againft hi 

Particulars of. — — 

PATENTS, gieat Abufe of. — — 

PAWLET, Lord John, when firft fummoned to 

, Parliament. ■ * — — 

Impeachment of High Treafon againft him. 
PAWLET, Sir John, impeached of High Treafon 

by the Commons. — 

PAYNE, Col. George, his Account of defeating the 

King's Forces at Faringdon. . — 
PEACE, Juflkts of, when firft appointed, and by 
by whom. — — 



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Parliamentary Hi/lory of England. 
Vol. 

PEACE proclaimed between England anA Spain in 

Concluded between England and Scotland in 1641. 
Treaty of, between King Charles I. and bis Par- 
liament, at Oxford. — — 
Speech, in Favour thereof, by Mr. WhlUttki. -13 
Declaration and Vote of the Commons concern- 
Debate about referring the Grounds thereof to 
the Joint Committee of both Kingdoms, 
Particulars of. — — 
Proportions for, as drawn up by the above Com- 
mittee. ■ — — — 13 
Treaty of, held at Uxbridge. — — 13 
Concluded between the Englijb and Dutch. 
Material Articles thereof. — 
PKAKE, , Efq; his Complaint to the Com- 
mons againit Pirates from Dunkirk. — 
PEAKER, Tobias, his Affidavit, concerning the 
Lord-Keeper Littleton. — — 
His Information, touching an Attempt of the 
King to efcape from Newcaftle into France. 

— Information againil the Scots on this Account 1 e. I 

— whole Charge prov'd falfe and fcandalous. I 

PEERAGE, Declaration of the Commons for 

fupporting it. -■■— ■ 13 

Abolifhcd by an Aft of theirs. — — 19 

PEERS, when firft fummoned to Parliament by 

fpecial Writs. — 

Original of their Creation, fome Account of. 
Their Homage to King henry I. — 
Lift of, who were Witnefles to the Charter 
granted by King Stephen. — 

— — at a Convention held at Nottingham in 

■■ who attended King "John at Running- 

ntede, when he granted Magna Charta. 

■ — appointed to fee that this Royal Charter 
was confirmed by the Pope. — — 

b-t! — 1- wb,o were ftvonj as Coadjutors. — — 



523 



475 



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128, 9 



131 M 171 

177/0184 

401 

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285, 6 

49*. 3 

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270(0274 
274 

275. o. 7 
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PEERS, Lift of, at a Convention in 1248. — 
Lift -of, appointed to reform the Government 

. — nominated for Counfel to King Htn. III. 

■ 1 appointed to treat with the King's Coun- 
cil on Affairs of State. — 

- to treat of an Aid for the King 
> who withitood Papal Ufurpations in 

1301. — 

.1 - fummoned to the Parliament at CarliJU 

in 1307. 

— appointed to govern the Affairs of King 

Edward II. — ■ ■■ 

. who refufed to attend his Summons to 

Parliament in 1310. — - 

Thek Sentence again ft Thomas aiff^t*dfteck t Earl 

of Kent. ■ ■ ■ — 

Lift of, fummoned to Parliament in 1330. 
Their Sentence again it Hegtr Mortimtr, Earl of 

March, and his Adherents. — — 
Advice to the King, concerning domefttc 

Difturbances. ■ 

Petition to him, touching Magna Charia. 

Advice, with regard to ihe French War. 

Lift of, fummoned to Parliament in 1353. — 
Their Committee, appointed to treat with the 

Commons about a Subfidy, Lift of. — 
— on the King's Declaration in 

Lift of, fummoned to the firft Parliament of 
Richard II. ' 

Committee of,. appointed to aflift the Commons 
in the D'lpatch of Buftneft. — — 

Their Anfwer to the Petitions of the Commons 
for^egulating the Government. 

, to a Requeft of the Commons, 

concerning the Charge given at the Par- 
liament i . 1378. 

Lift of ;>:>■>■; '»(' ■■ to furvey the Government of 
the ivii' B s i'crfoD and Court. — — 



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]P.RS, Lift of, appointed to confrr with the Com- 
mons about the King's going in Perfon 



agamll 



the French. — 



J—ift of, appointed to regulate the Affairs of the 

Kingdom. - ■ ■ ■— ' 

Their Claim at the Parliament in 1 388, with re- 
gard to Liberty, (Se. — — 
IA& of, who lodg'd an Appeal againft the King's 

Minffters. — — 

How complimented thereupon by the Parliament 
Their Articles of Impeachment againft the Arch- 

bifliop of Ttrky Duke of Ireland, &c. 
• ■ Proceedings thereon. - — 

-■■ ■ againft Sir Robert Belinap, 

and others, concern'd in the Queftions, ifc. 

given at Nottingham in 1387. — — 

Lift of, who exhibited a Bill of Appeal againft 

the Duke of Ghucefttr, and the Earls of 

Arundel and Warwick. — 
Their Proceedings in Confequence thereof. 
■ ■ ■ — Oath to fupport the Resolutions of the 

Parliament in 1397. — — 

Lift of, on that Occafion. ■ ■ 

» on whom the Authority of the whole 

Parliament was delegated in 1398. 
Their arbitrary Proceedings. — 

Lift of, fumrooned to the Parliament in.1399. 

-■ ■ who aflented to the Queftion touching 

the Difpofal of King Richard. 

Their. remarkable Zeal to ferve King Henry IV. 

Inftance of. . 

Proceedings againft fcveral Perfons for 

Treafon. ___^ .■■■ 

— ■ - Proteft againft referring Cafes of Treafon 

to the Judges. — - ■ " ■■ — 

Throw out a Bill of the Commons, for. feizing 

the Revenues of the Clergy. 

Lift of, who figned the Aft of Settlement to fix 

the Crown, in general Tail, on Henry and 

his Mile. 



5*5 

Past. 

373 

402 

412 

4'2 
4»3> 14 

4i4»4*7 
427 ft 431 



460 
466(5472 

lo, 1 
480, 1 

492 

495 '"498 
503 
4> 5 

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PEERS, their Petition to the King againft the Lel- 

. lards. — — ■ 

Lift of, fummoned to the Parliament in 1414. 

. , , 423 . 

, , I45 ,. 

HO >■ 

_ . ,472. 

Their Angular 1 ax granted to Htnry on his Re- 
ftoraibn. — — — 

lift of, fummoned to Parliament by King Rub- 
or dill. Arm* 1484. — 

.. - — — — at the firft Seffion, Temp. 
Henry VII. 

. Htnry VlIF. 

■ as they fat in the Parliament- Houfe, 

Anna 1540. -—• ■ — — 

Their Committee appointed to examine the dif- 
ferent Opinions with refpedt to Religion.. 
Judgment againft The, Courtney^ Mar-" 
quia of Exeter. — — 

-Henry Peel, Loid 



to the 



Mont acute. 



net, Countefs of Salifbury. 



- Margaret Plantage- 



- Gertrude Courtney, 



Countefs of Exeter. 
w ■■■ Place in Parliament, when fettled by an 

A&. — : — 

Liftof,atthefirftParliamcntofKing£rfu«WVI. 

■ ■ who protefteJ againft the Adl of Unifor- 

mity. — — — 

■ whoprntefted againft the Ad* for the Mar- 
riage of the Clergy. — — 

— ■-■ at the firft Parliament of Queen Mary. — 
— — fummoned to the firft Parliament of Queen 

Elizabeth, 
Their Petition to the Queen, on the Points of 

her Marriage and Succcffion. 

Lift of, appointed for a Committee in the Affair 

of the Queen of Scots. — — 

Their Determination on a Point of Privilege. 



2:101, 2 

* H3. 4 
a : r 7 6 
2l26t 
2:312, ij 
2 i 339* 40 

2 340 

379 



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Parliamentary Hiftory of ENGt and. 527 

Vol. Pag,. 
PEERS, Lift of, at the Parliament in 158 1. — 4 228, 9 
Their Anfwcr to a Menage from the Queen, in 

Behalf of the Queen of Scuts. — 4 298 

— Difference with the Commons about the 

Sate of fomc Lands. . — 4 309 

— - Rcfolution thereupon. — — 4 309 
— — liberal Contribution for the Relief of poor 

maimed Soldiers. — — 4 354 
■ — Order for this charitable Purpofe. . — 4 354, 5, 6 
Award in a Cafe of the Lord Dt la Wart., 

touching Precedency. . — — 4 408, 9 
Proceedings on a Bill to reftrainthe Ufe of 

Coaches. — — . 4 428 

1— to prefervc Game. ■ . 4 428 

on a Bill againft Drunkennefe. 4 428, 9 

1- - Orders relating to Bills. — — 4 429, 30 

Lift of, at the firft Parliament of King Jamrs I. 5 9 (a n 
Appoint a Conference with the Commons on the 

State of the Nation. — j 55, 6 

Pafs a Bill agaift Adultery, but rejected by the 

Commons. - ■ ■ ■■- - 5 88 

Confer with the Commons about a propofed 

Union between England and Scotland. — 5 89 
■ ' ■ — — — about a Method" to 

reform fome Eccleiiaftical Affairs. . — 5 98 
Their Anfwer to a Meffage from that Houfe about 

Wards, Refpite of Homage, Wr. — — 5 103 
—— remarkable Entry in their journal, touch- 
ing this Bufinefs. — - ■ — ■■ 5 103, 4 

— - ■ Proceedings againft John Thornborough, 

Bifhop of Brijlol, for writing a Book in 

Favour of the Union. — - ■ 5 109, It 

. againft Anthony Brown, Lord 
Vifcount Montague, for his Speech on a 
Bill againft Jefuits, igc. — 5 III, 12 

Appoint a Committee to consider of the Laws 

againft Recufahts. — ■ 5 I41 

— — to confidcr of fome extra- 

ordinary Punifhment to be inflated on 
thofe concerned in the Powder Plot. — 5 143, 4 

PEERS, 



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X to 



PEERS, rejeft a Bill pafied by the Commons, 

touching the King's Purveyors, — — 

Thetr Order thereupon. . — — 

Confer with the Commons about reforming fome 

Ecdcfiaftical Matters. — 

Chufc foroe Brfhops to manage thts Affair. — 
Their Unwillingnefs to touch upon the Royal 

Prerogative in Ecclefiaftical Matters. ■ — 
Summoned to attend the King in their Robes at 

IVbltehatl, to be prefent at the Creation of 

Henry Prince of Walt*, — 

Their Memorial, concerning the great Contract 

with the King, rckting to Tenures, t>r. 
Obliged to due Attendance ?;• Parliament, by a 

fpeci.il Order of their tiuul'e. — ■ — 
Their Proceedings concerning Impofition:. — 

— Anfwcr, relating to a Complaint againft 
Rlthard Niili, Bifhop of Linatn. — 

— Debate about the Form of their. Writs of 
Summons, - ■ . ■ , . 

— - Proceedings againft Richard famuli, for an 

Oiniflion in the Form of the Writs. — 
' againft Francis Harris, Earl 

of Berkjbirt. 

■ againft Sir Giles MnmptfffM. 

Appoint a Committee to confider of an Academy 

for Perfons of Quality. — — 

Their Refolutions, with regard to a Breach of 

Order in their Houfe. — 

-■■■■■ ....— — — '— to Privilege. - 

— — — Proceedings on the Grievances complained 

of by the Commons. — - - — 

— — Debate about the TJniverfities of Oxford 

and Cambridge, as to Precedency. — — 

— Proceedings in the Cafe oilhtepbilus Field, 
Bifhop of Llandaff. - . 

— — ■ Anfwer to the Lord- Chancellor's Letter. 

■ ■— ' Form of an Oath adminifiered to the Wit- 

nefies in Sir Francis Bacon's Caufe. — 

— — Interrogatories put to them. — 

— further Examinations in this Affair. - 



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Giles Mcntptjfan. 

Judgment againft him. — ■- 

Order for the yearly Obfervation of the 

26th of March. — .. 

Inftance of their good Agreement with the Com- 

Their Charge againft Sir Henry Yefatrton % the 
King's Attorney-General. **■ — 

.Receive a Letter of Submiftion from the Lord- 
Chancellor Baton, 

Deem it unfatisfadory. 

Their Charge of Bribery againft him, — — 

Require his immediate Anfwe'r. — . ... 

Their Proceedings againft Sxtjobn Bonnet for 

— Charge againft Sir Francis Mitchell. — 

' — = •> — '— againft Matthias Fowlis. — 

• further Proceedings againft the Chancellor. 

■ Anfwer to the King's Meflage concerning 

Sir Henry Telverton. — - 

Judgment againft Lord -Chancellor Bacon. 

Sentence againft Sir Francis Mitchell. — 

Arc highly offended at the Commons, for taking 
upon themfelves a Point of Judicature in 

the Cafe of Edward Llcyde, Kfqj 

Their Proteftation on this Account. — — 
•—further Proceedings againft Sir H.Tthtrttn. 

hi 



Puiiiamtntaty Bjjlory 6f En gland. 529 

Vol. Pago. 
PEERS, their Report of Grievances, touching the 
Patent for Tnns and Hoftelrics. — — 

Their Report of Grievances, touching the Pa- 
tent for the fole manufacturing Gold and 
Silver Thread; — _ 

— « for Concealments. — 

Debate on the Manner of proceeding againft 

Sir Giles Momftjfm and other Delinquents. 

Order Precedents to be fearched, concerning the 
Precedency and Antiquity of the two Uni- 
verfities of this Kingdom. — - *s- 

Their further Proceedings in Lord- Chancellor ) 
Bacon's Affair. J 

in the Trial of Sir 



366, 7 



367 
3&8>9 

37i» i, . 



373 
374. 5 
3»9> 90 

382, 3* 
384. S. 



386 
392> 3 

399W402 
402. 3 
40310406 
407 

407, 8 
408 
409 
416/0418 

418 
420 
425. 6 



429/5434 
435 

435 'M38 
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PEERS, Memorial of their Sentence againft Sir 

Hairy Ytlvertan. — ■ ■ ■■— 

Memorial of their Sentence for Hindering the 

~ for afperung the 

Duke of Buckingham. — ■ 

Convene Edward Llsyde, Efq; before them. - 
Their Charge and Proceedings againft him. 

— ■ ■ fevere Sentence. — 

Proceedings againftDr./iVU, BiShop of Llandaff. 

Refer the Matter to Gnrgt Ahiet, Archbifhop of 

Canterbury. —— ___ 

Their Menage to the Commons in Favour of 

the Biffiop. — — — 

Permit him to take his Seat again. — — 
Order Sir John Benntt to the Bar of their Houfe. 
Their Charge againft him. — ■ — 

Admit him to Bail. ■ ■ ■ 

Their Refolutions concerning htm. ■ ■' 

■ Proceedings againft Sir Jabn Bmrckier for 

Defamation. — '■ 5 

Lift of, called to Parliament, Amto 1623. — | 6 
Their Menage to the Commons for a Conference 6 
— '■ Proceedings in a Matter of Complaint \ I 

againft the Duke of Buckingham. J 

Acquit him from any Afperfion on this Account. | 
Their Proceedings in the Bufinefs of the Spani/b 
Match and the Palatinate. — — 
Appoint a Committee to infpect the Stores, 
Arms, fcf*. of the Nation. — — 
Take intoConfideration the State of the Kingdom 
Their Sentence againft Thomas Mtrlty and Da 
vid Wattrhnufty for charging the Lord- 
Keeper Williams with indirect Practices. 
Appoint a Committee to examine into the Con- 
.. duel of Lionel Craxfield, Lord-Treafurer 

of England. ■ ■ ■ 

Permit the Lord-Treafurer to anfwer before the 
Houfe of Commons, touching the Accufa- 
tion againft him. — — 

Their Order on this Account. — 



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Parliamentary Eiftory ^England. 

Vol. 
PEERS, appoint Committees to examine Wit- 
nefles in . the Accufation againft Lord- 

Trcafurer Middleftx. — 

Their Charge againft the Lord-Truafurer. — 

Order him to appear at the Bar of their Houfe to 

anfwer the Charge againft him. ■ ■■■■ 

Their Anfwers to the three Petitions of the Lord' 

Treafurer, relating to his Trial. 

Receive another Petition from the Lord-Trea 
furcr, praying for Copies oftheDepofitions 
againft him. — — ■ 

Their Order hereupon. — 

, Charge againft the Lord -Treafurer, as 

Matter of the Wardrobe. — — 

—, againft him for Bribery, — — 

the Leafe of Sugars. 



- Proofs, as to this laft Article 

- Charge againft him, touching Groceries. 
— Sir Regt 



Ealiifon's Lands. 



• Munitions. 



. Proofs, as to this Point. 
-■i Charge againft him, with relation to the 

Court of Wards. — 

_— Proofs in this Point. — 

. further Proceedings hereupon. 

. Sentence againft him. — 

Appoint a Committee to communicate to the 

King their Judgment againft him, and to 

difmifs him from his Employments. — 

Subject his Lands to the Payment of his Debts, 

his Fine to the King, and Restitution to 

whom he had wronged. — ■— 

Their Determination in the Affair of Samuil 

Harfntt) Bifhop of Norwich. — ■ 

— ■ — ofTho. Stein. 

Requeftcd by the Commons to join in a Petition 

to the King, for the Removal of fufpected 

Recufants from Places of Truft. 

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Come Points of Judicature in the Subfidy- 
Bill, Anna 1624. 

Their Protcftation in Confluence thereof. — 

■ Refolutions, touching Matters of Privilege. 

. .. .. ■ ©f Judicature. 

Rejcfl: the Commons' Bill for Tonnage and Poun- 
dage granted to King Charlis I. — 

Appoint a Conference with the Commons on the 
Subject of Religion. ■ — . 

Lift of, fwnmoned to Parliament in Ftbruary y 

Appoint a Committee to confidcr of the State of 
the Realm during, the Recefs of Parliament. 

Their Proceedings thereupon 1 , for the Defence of 
the Nation. -■ ■ 

— Anfwer to a MciTage from the King, rela- 
ting to a Charge again ft the Karl of BriJIol. 

Order the Earl to the Bar of their Houfe. — 
Allow him Counfel to plead his Caufe, and a 
Copy of the King's Charge againft him. — 
Receive a Petition from. him. — ■*- 
Their Order thereupon. -^ — — 
Lift of, appointed to report what the Commons' 
fhould propound, at a Conference, concern- 
ing the Duke of Buckingham. — 
Their Queftions propofed to the Judges, con- 
cerning the Earl of BrifttTs Cafe. — 
Requelted by the Commons to commit the Duke 
of Buckingham to Cuftody. ■■■ ■ 
Thefr Anfwer. 

— Proteftation in Behalf of Sir Dudley Diggr, 
Refent the Commitment of the Earl of Arunthi 

to the Tower, hv the Time of Parliament. 

Their Proceedings thereupon, for the Security of 

their Privileges. ■ - ■ — 

— — — Anfwer to a Menage from the King, rela- 

ting to the Earl of Brijiot, — — 

Appoint Counfel to aflift the faid Earl in his Trial, 

Their Order, concerning the Trial of the Duke 

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TEERS, their Order, relating to the Earl of Briflel. 
Their Anfwer to his Petition, concerning the 

NatureofhisCharge. ■ — 

. Petition to the King againft, diflolving the 

Parliament. — 

— — Debate on the Libert}' of the Subject. 
Require the Judges of the King's Bench to give 

an Account of their Proceedings againft the 
Gentlemen impriibned for refuimgtlie Loan. 

Their Conference with the Commons on the 
Liberty of the Subject. — — 

Commit Serjeant Ajhley to Cuftody, for his Speech 
on this Bufinefs. — — 

Their further Proceedings againft him. ■■■ 

on the Liberty of the 

Subject 

— — Proportions to the Commons, touching 
this Affair. — - 

-. Proceedings on fome Points of Privilege. 

Receive a Letter from the "King, confirming his 
Promlfes for fecuring the Liberty of the 
Subjefl. 

Their Proceedings with the Commons, concern- 
ing the Petition of Right. — — 

■ Addition to this Petition. ■■■ — — 

— — Reafons in Support of it. — — ■■ ■ 

Receive a Mefl'age from the King, to haftcn fh< 
■Difpatch of the Petition. — 

Their Anfwer, by the Cuke of Buckingham. ■ 

■Give up their Alterations of the Commons' Pe- 
tition of Right, and infiil upon a final! ad- 
ditional Claufc. — - . 

Defirc to treat with the Commons about fettling 
the Petition, but are denied. ■ — 

Their Declaration to clear themfclves from any 
Defign to reftrain the juft Prerogative of 
the Crown. ' 

Join with the Commons in their Petition of Right. 

Their Alterations admitted, and what. — 

— Menage to the King, concerning their 
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PEERS, receive a Meflage from the King to en- 
tertain no freflj Bufinefc this Scffion. — 8 ! 167 
Receive a Meflage from the King to adjourn. - 8 189 

Their Debate hereupon. — 8 189 

Receive a Mefljgc from the King, commending 

their Behaviour in their Proceedings. — 8 ' 196, 7 
Order Dr. Mnniuaring into Cuftody. ■ ■ - 8 204 

Defire the Kin<j to lengthen this Seffinn, which 

is granted.' — — 

Their frrceeiiinji in Dr. Manwariitg's Ctuie. - 8 
—— Anfwer- to his Requefts at the Bar. — 8 
-■ Proceedings, touching his Sermons being 

printed. — — — — 

— — Anfwer to a Meflage from the Commons, 

concern mg the Petition of Right, and Dr. 

Mamoaring's Boole of Sermons. — — 

— — Judgment againft Dr. Manwaring. — 
— — Mfl'lige to tne King, relating to the Com - 

miffion of Excife. — 8 '232, 3 

— ■ : to Dr. Man- I 

niartng'i Books, ;.".-. — — 8 233 

■ ■ Exceptions to the Form of the common 

Subfidy-Bill. — ' 8 233, 4 

Prefs the Commons to alter it, but in vain. —18! 234. 
Their Comu'tation touching divers EngUJb Gen- j I 
tlemen, « '.o, having obtained Scots and I 
Jrijh Honours, claimed Precedency above j 
them. — — . — ; 8'24B, 9 

■ Petition to the King, with their Realbns 1 
againft this Practice. — — 8 249(1153 

■— Anfwer to a Requeft of the Commons for 

a Conference. — 8 448 

Defired by the King not to join with the Com- 
mons in preferring Grievances to a Supply, 8 449 

Their Proceedings hereupon. — — 8 449, 5° 

Receive an Addrels from the Commons, decla- 
ring their Lofdfhips guilty of a Breach of 
Privilege, in voting Precedency of Supply 
to other Bufinefs. — — 8 454, 5 

Tbetr Refolutions concerning this Point. — 8 '450 

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PEERS, defire a fpeedy Conference with the Com- 
mons, but is rejected. — — 

Their Reafons for preferring the Supply to til 
other Bufinefs. — 

— — Petition to die King for a new Parliament. 

Meet in Council at York. — — 

Their Proceedings there, Account of. — — 

Lift of, fummoned to Parliament at Wtftminfier 
in Novembtr, 1640. — — 

— ' — called up by Writ after opening this Par- 
liament. — — 

1 created by Charles I. after his withdraw- 

ing himfelf from the Parliament, 'Jan. 1641. 

Their Proceedings, on a Motion relating to Pri- 
vilege, in the Cafe of the Earl of Warwick 
and Lord Brooke. — — 

— — — againft Sir William Btecher, 

concerning this Bufinefs- — — 

Meflage to the Commons, for a Conference 

concerning the Treaty with the Scan at Ri- 
pen and York. ■ — — — — 

Sequefter Thomas Earl of Strafford from Parlia- 
ment, and commit him to Prifon, at the 
Inftance of the Commons. — — 

— — — — William Laud, Archbtfhop of Canter- 
bury, from Parliament, and commit him. 

Receive Informations from the Commons againft 
Matthew Wren, Bifliop of Ely. ■ 

Oblige the Bifhop to give Bail for 10,000/. in 
order to Hand the Judgment of Parliament. 

Their Anfwer to a Meffage of the Commons, 
concerning the Lord-Keeper Finch, accufed 
of High Treafon. — — — 

Receive a Meflage from the Commons, concern- 
ing Informations againft fix of the Judges. 

Their Order on this Occafion. — 

Receive a Petition from the Abp. of Canterbury, 

Their Order concerning it. — — 

Vote the Illegality of Ship-Money. — — 

Commit Judge Beritlty, at the Defire of the 
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PEERS, their Proceedings againft the Earl of Straf- 

Their liberal Contribution for Relief of the Ett- 
glijh Soldiers at Berwick. — t 

' Order, concerning the Mannerof perform- 
ing Divine Service. — - — 

—-■'■■ concerning the High-Commiflion Court at 

concerning the Lord Strafford. — 

Pais the Bill of Attainder againft him. 

Their Anfwer to » Petition of the Citizens of 
London, concerning Grievances. 

Receive a Mefiage from the King, concerning 
Tumults. —■-■■■- — — ■■ 

Their Conference with the Commons hereupon. 

Take a Proteftatiop offered them by the Com- 
mons, for the Defence of the Proteftant 
Religion. ■■-— . 

Their Proceedings on Sufpicion of a Plot acainft 
the Parliament and the Peace of the Nation 

■ remarkable Condefcenfion, touching a Con- 
ference with the Commons about Discon- 
tents in the Army, t$c, — . — 

- '■ Power delegated to certain Bifhops, con 
cerning the printing and publifhmg News 
Books. — 

— — Orders, touching a Conference with the 
Commons, about putting the Nation into 
a Pofture of Defence. — 

IfTue a Proclamation againft Henry Percy, Efq; 
Hinr^ Jermyn, CSV. — — — 

Pats the Bill for continuing the Parliament. — 

Their Heads for another Conference with the 
Commons. - ■ - ■ —— 

Appoint a Committee to open sll foreign Letters, 
and report them to their Houfe. — — 

Requefted, bjr a Letter from the King, to fave 
the Earl of Hlmffurd's Life. — 

Their Meflage of Denial. — 

Lift of, appointed to ai tend the King on this 
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PEERS, their Addrefs in Favour of the Earl of 
Strafford's Lady, his Children, and Credi- 
tor*. ' — — . 9 

Their Order concerning Tumults. — — 9 

Refolutions for preferring the Bifhops' 

Votes in their Houfe. — 9 

— . — Reafons for fo doing. — — 9 

iRejcct the Bill for retraining Bifhops, &c. from 
intermeddling with Secular Affairs. — 

Their Order concerning George Lord D'tghy. — 

. Vote concerning the new Canon* made at 

the Synod in 1640. — 

Pafs a Bill for granting Tonnage and Poundage 
to the King. 

Seize upon all foreign Letters, and examine their 
Contents. ' 

Their Requeft to the King, about difbanding 
fomc Englijb Regiments. — ' — — 

- b Proceedings on the Commons' Propor- 

tions touching the State of the Nation. 
Concur with the Commons' Refolutions, with 

regard to the King's Manifesto. — — 
Pafs a Bill for Tonnage and Poundage to 

King. 

Their Refolutions a gain ft the High- Coin million 

Court at York. — ■ - 

Reject a Bill from the Commons, concerning a 

general Proteftation. — — 

Prohibit the impeached Judges from going the 

Summer Circuit in 1641. — 1— 

Their Lift of Bills intended to be pa (Ted by Com- 

miilioners in the King's Abfence, in 1641 
■ — — Requeft to the Queen, concerning her Ca- 
puchin Friers. - — 

— — Refolutions and Orders concerning th» 

impeached Bifhops: — - ■■ — 9 

Give Orders for difarming all Popifh Recufants. 9 
Their Orders for feizing the Temporalities of 

Roger Manwaring) Bifliop of St. David's. 
Agree to a Propofal of the Commons for a 

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PEERS, their Order, concerning the Frrub Am- 
baflador's being affaulted in his own Houfe 
in London. 

Their Sentence and Punifhment inflifled on fbme 
of the Rioters, Account of. — 

_— Refolu tion», concerning the Commons' in- 
tended Reformation in Churches. — ■ — 

Revive a former Order /or performing Divine 
Service according to feveral Ads of Par- 
liament. __^ 

Lift of, who protefted againft this Order. — 

Defire the Commons to join with them therein. 

Agree with the Commons, touching their Heads 
for a Conference on the Report of the 
Committee during the Recefs. — — 

Their Proceedings againft Judge BtritUy, on the 
Charge of High Treafon. — — 

Send a Menage to the Queen, concerning the 
Safety o? the Prince of Waht. ~- — 

Their Proceedings againft Robert Philip^ the 
Queen's Confeflbr, for his fcandalous Af- 
fertion touching the Bible. — — 

— — MefFage to the Commons, touching the 
Plea of the impeached Bifbops. — — 

.. , i Proceedings with regard to Popilh Recu- 

„ farther Proceedings in the Caufc of the im- 
peached Bifhops. — ■ 

. Difpleafure againft Henry Lord Pierpoint. 

extraordinarj Vote for the Relief of Ireland. 

Requefted by the Commons to join in a Petition 
to the King, for the Removal of Col. Lunf- 
ford. Lieutenant of the Tower. — — 

Refafc to meddle in this Bulinefs. — — 

Their Reafon for it. — ■■ 
■Lift of, who protefted againft deferring a Debate 
in the Houfe of Lords, concerning the Re- 
moval of Col. Lunifcrd, Lieutenant of the 
Tower. - - — ■ 

Their Proceedings upon an Information againft 
the Earl oi Newport for treasonable Words. 



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PEERS, their Head* for a Conference with the 

Commons, on the Increafe of Tumults 

about the Houfes of Parliament. 10 .127 

Their Proceedings, in-order to fupprefs them. 10 127, 8 
Requeued by the Commons to join in a Petition 
to the King, for a Guard about the Par- 
liament Houfe. 1 10 137 

Refufe their Confent. — ■ 10 137 

Order twelve Bifhops into Cuftody, for their Pro- 
teftation againft the Legality of Parlia- 
mentary Proceedings, during their forced 
Abfence from the Houfe of Lords. — 10 140 
Their Refolution, as to a farther Rcqueft of the 

Commons for a Guard. — — - 10 141 

. Proceedings againft the twelve Bifhops. - 10 141/0145 

Interrogatories put to WaUtr Curie, Biwop 

of fVinchtjier, touching the Proieftation. 10 145 
Receive a Charge of High Treafon, in the King's 
Name, againft Lord Kimbolttn and fome 

others. ' -'- 10 156, 7 

Their Committee, Lift of, appointed to confider 

of this Affair. . — ■ 10 158 

— — Order, concerning the Studies, £tfc. of Mr. 

Holies, Mr. Pymme, and Mr. Hampdtn. - 10 160 
Appoint a Guard for the Security of both Houles. 10 198 
Solicited by the Commons to join with them in 
a Petition to the King, for the Removal of 
Sir John Byron, Lieutenant of the Tower, ic 199 
Refufe their Confent. — 1 10 199 

Requeued by the Commons to join with them 
in a Declaration for putting the Kingdom 
into a Pollute of Defence, — —10 206 

Refufe to give their Confent. — — i© 109 

■ to permit the Earls of EJftx and Holland 

to attend the Kim at Hampton-Court) ac- 
cording to his Maielty'fi Command. — 10 214 
Their Reabns for this Behaviour. — — 10 214 
Requefted a fecond Time to join with the Com. 

mons for removing Sir John Byron. — 10 213 
Their Refolution* to the contrary. — — 10 2l3 
Lift of, who proteited againft a Vote of that 

Houfe, concerning Sir John Byran. — 10 218 

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touching Grievances. — ■ 

Their Anfwcr of Thanks. — ' 

Deftre the Commons to join in it. — — 

Refuted this Requeft. — 

Their Order concerning the Earl of NeweaftU 

And the Mayor of Hull. — — 

Join, with the Commons in a Mefiage to the 

Queen, to difcover the Authors of a Report 

Concerning an intended Accufation againft 

Appoint a Committee of their Houfe to fit at 
Grtctrt Had »n lrijb Aftairs. — — 

Order Serjeant-Major SJtrppan, with fomeTrain'd 
Bands, to attend there as a Guard. — 

Reject the Commons' Addition to their Addrefs 
of Thanks to the King. 

Lift of, who protefted againft aVote of that Houfe, 
for rejecting an Addition of the Commons 
to an Addrefs of Thanks to the King. — 

Their Refentment againft James Stuart, Duke 
of Richmond, — ^— ■ ■ 

- Vote concerning him. — — ■ - 

Lift of, who protefted againft it. — — 

Their Proceedings on a Charge of the Com- 
mons againft the Duke. r- 

Lift of, who protefted againft a Vote of that 
Houfe, for acquitting the Duke from a 
Charge of the Commons. — — 

Pafs a Bill for taking away the Rifhops' Votes 
in Parliament. — 

Obtain the Royal After*. — 

Open a Letter of Lord Digby"t t directed to the 
Queen. ' • 

Admit the impeached Biftiops to Bail. — 

Order them into Cuftody again, at the Retj 
of the Commons. — — 

Their Order concerning Lord Digby. — 

■ Difguft at a Letter from the King to the 
Earl of Birijhirt, requiring his Attendance 
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PITERS, Lift of, who proteftcd agatnft a Refolu- 
tton of both Houfes to put the Kingdom 
into a State of Defence by their own Au- 

Lift of, who protefted againft a Vote of that 
Houfe, concerning a Declaration to be 

prefemed to the King. — 10 346 

Their Proceedings againft Sir Edward Herbert 

at his Trial. — 10 348/11354 

. . ,. — -, - againft Sir Thomas Beddingfiild 
■ and Sir Thomas Gardiner. — — — 10 354 

■ farther Proceedings in this Bufmcf*. — 10 35710360 

Lift of, who protefted againft fame Votes con- 
cerning Sir Edward Herbert. — — 10 360 

• againft a Vote for putting 

the Nation into a State of Defence. — 10 361 
Thetr Agreement with the Commons, touching 
feme Refolutions to put the Nation into a 
Pofture of Defence. — ■ .. ■ 10 361, 2 

Receive Information of fome Forces railing by 
the French, with an Intent to invade En- 
gland. - ■■■■■■ — — — 10 390 

Their Order hereupon. — 10 390 

Refufe to permit the Earl of EJftx, and fome 

other Lords, to wait on the King at York, 

according to his Command. — — 

Their Proceedings againft Jebn Digbj Earl of 

Bri/lol, and Judge Mallet, on account of a 

Petition from the County of Kent. — — 10 392, 3 

- Vote concerning this Petition. — — 10 393 

Deftrcd by the King to fend into Ireland the Earl 

of Lieetffer, Lord -Lieutenant there. — 10 393 

Refufe this Requcft. 10 393 

Their fevere Sentence againft Edward Sandeferd 

for afperfing the Parliament. — — 10 418 
Lift of, who protefted againft the Earl of War- 
wick being nominated, without the King's 
Confent, to command the Fleet. — — 
Their Debate on the Commons' Declaration of 

Grievances. -» — ■ — 10 421, 2 

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that Houle, concerning the Commons' De- 
duration of Grievances, with their Reme- 
dies. ■ 

Their Proceedings in the Trial of Gtsrgt Benye 
a Citizen of London. — — 

■ m Sentence againft him. — — 

■ i - Refoliition againft removing the Garrison 

of Hull to London, as defired by the Com- 
mons. — — - • — 
— Reasons for this Vote. — 
Receive a Menage from the King, signifying his 
Intention to go into Ireland. — — 
• Informed of another Order from the King, ( 

manding the Earls of EJJix and Holland to 

attend mm at Tori. — 

Again refufe to let them go. — ■ 
Their Resolutions hereupon. — 

■ Vote againft the King's going into Inland. 
— — Sentence againft Sir Edward Herbert. — 
Receive a Menage of Complaint from the King, 

againft a seditious Paper concerning the 

Nature of Allegiance. — — 

Their Slight put upon it. — — — 

Receive from the King a Menage of Complaint 

againft Sir 'John Hatbam, for refufiug to 

admit him into the Town of Hull. — 

Their Refofutions in Juittfication of Sir "John. 

■■ Order concerning Sir Edward Dermg. — 

Ditcbarge Sir Edward Herbert from Prifon. — 

Admit the impeached Bishops to Bail. — — 

Their Orders for arrefting fundry Perfons at York 

• Proceedings hereupon. — - ■ - ■ 

■ Order concerning their abfent Members. 
Appoint the Earl of Menchcjler for their Speaker 

in the Abfence of the Lord-Keeper. — 
Their Vote and Order againft the King's ad- 
journing the Parliament from Wefiminjlei 
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PEERS, fummon the Lord Savilt, at York, to at- 
tend their Houfe. — ■ . - 

Their Commands defpifed, and their Meflenger 
clapt in Priibn. — , 

Refolutions concerning this Affair. . 

■ Order for difcharging the Parliament's 
Guards. ■ ■■ — . , 

— — — ; for apprehending the Lord-Keeper 

Littleton, who had defer ted them and gone 
to the King at Tori. ' — — 

—^—-concerning thofe Members who 
had deferred their Houfe. — — 

Lift of, who, in May 1642, had abfented them- 
felvea from the Parliament, and gone to the 
King at York. 

— ' ' ■ who attended the Houfe. . . 

— -' ■ who were generally abfent,as being either 

Minora or difabled by old Age. 

Their Thanks to the Captains who removed the 

Magazine from Hull to London. — 

Recommend them to the Commons for a Gra- 

Appoint Philip Lord Wharton their Speaker, in 
the Abfence of the Lord-Keeper Littleton, 

Their Order, concerning thofe Lords who de- 
ferted their Houfe in May, 1642. ■ 

Forbid the Earls of Northumberland mi Pembroke 
to attend the King at York according to their 
Summons. — »__ 

Their Order hereupon. — — 

Wttb tht King at York, Lift of, who excufed 
themfelves for not appearing at the Bar of 
the Houfe of Lords according to a Sum- 
mons. — 

Their Letter on this Occafion. 

At Weftminfltr, their Vote, concerning Lord 

milougbby, of Parham. — — 

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Money and Horfes to carry on a War 
againft the King. • 

At Tori, Proceedings againft them by the 1 
Commons, Account of. S 

. their Engagement in Behalf of the King 

- — Lift of, who figncdit. . 

:.— their Declaration, difavowirtg any In- 
tentions in the King to raife War againft 
the Parliament. — 

„__ Unfteadinefs, remarkable Inftance of 

At Wtfiminfltr, their Votes againft the King's 
CommiffioD of Array. — 

^ Informations relating to 

Officers and Arms .coming from Holland 
for the King's Ufe. — 

. Lift of, appointed to draw up Pro- 
portions for Peace, to be prefented to tiw 

King. . - — "- 

i their Intelligence from Tort, con- 
cerning Commiffions for railing Horfe for 
the King's Service. — — — 

. commit Sir Richard Gurnty to the 
Tower. — — 

. their Sentence againft the nine 

impeached Lords at Tori. — — 

Refolutions againft Sir Rich- 
ard Gurnty, on hearing the Evidence on 
- both Sides at his Trial. — — — 

, Sentence againft him. — 

- Confcrer.ee with the Com- 



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of Efftx and all his Adherents Rebels- — 
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Meffengers to feize Delinquents, furprizing 
Amount of. — ■— -— " 

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his Office of Lord Mayor. 

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Their Inftruaions to Oliver Cromwell, Efq; con- 
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Southampton, and the Occafion of it, — 
Commit the Earl of Cartijle to the Tower. — 

— — the Lord Montagu* of Bougbttn, and the 

Earl of tetrkfhirt, to the Tower. — < — 

Their Refolutions (on fome Proportions for 

' Peace) concerning Delinquents. — — 

Lift of, who proiefted againft theft Refolutions. 

i Their Propoutions to the King for a Peace, as 

drawn up by thcmfelves. . — — — 

— feeming Zeal to effect it. — — : — 
Lift of, who begun a new Subscription for the 

further Maintenance of the Parliament's 

Their Refolutions, concerning a Treaty with the 
King for Peace, disbanding the Annies, WV . 
- ■■■- Proceedings on a Cafe of Privilege. ' —12 
Surprizing Decrcafe of the Authority of that! 
Houft, Inftance of. — — ■ ■ = 
Their Votes concerning the Great Seal. — — 
Sequcfter the Earl of Portland and Lord Cm- 
way from their Houfe^ and commit them, 
on Sufpicion of their being concerned in 
Mr. WUkf* Plot. — — i-i- 
The'ir farther Refolutions relating to a new 
Grtat Sea!. 

— >■• Declaration of Loyalty to the King. — 
• - ■■' Draught of a Petition to him for. Peace, - 

■ Reafons offered to the Commons to induce 
their Confcnt. — — 

Refolutions, concerning the King's Procla- 
mation againft the Parliament. — — 

Appoint Lord Grey, of JVtrk, their CommifHoner 
to go into Scotland, and invite that Nation 
to the Parliament's Auftance againft the 
King. — — — 

Their Punifhment of him for refuting this Em- 



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■ ' Refolutions for recruiting the Army under 

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PEERS, their Propofrttons for Peace, with a Preface 
thereto, introduced to the Commons at a 
Conference, — • .— — 

Their Sentence againft Judge Btrtehj, for his 
Opinion concerning Ship-Money. — — 

Give their Confent for making i new Great Seal 
in the fame Form at the King's. 

TharMannerofapprovingofSir^Ww^M/nyJff*, 
Lord Mayor iJe<£t ot Lend**. 

— — ■ Sentence againft Sir Tbtmat Trewr, on ac- 
count of his Opinion in the Cafe of Ship- 
Money. ' " 

m ii ■ Proceedings, touching the Impeachment 
■ againft roe Queen. -*• — 

— ■ againft the Archbifliopof&ui- 

tirburj. - ■ ■ — . — ■ . 

'Receive Informations of another Plot againft the 
Parliament. ". " ■ " ■■ '- ■ — 

Their Refolations and Order thereupon. ""— 

With the King at Omftri^ their Letter to the 
Scats Privy Coancil, relating to the March 
of their Army into England. — 

Lift of, who figned this Letter. 

Their Votes, in Conjunction with the Commons 
there, concerning this Expedition. — 

*••• concerning the Army under the 

Earl of Bjftx, and the new Great Seal. — 

'—■ Declaration of their Proceedings, in order 
to procure a Treaty with the Parliament 
for Peace. — — — 

Lift of, with the King at Oxfira\ in Jan. 1643. 

- ; 1 ■ in the King's Service, or otherwife abfent. 

Their Declaration, felting forth their Endeavours 
for Peace, and the Reafone enforcing their 
Abfence from fftfimin/ttr. 

■ '■ ■ Petition to the King the Day before their Re- 
ceft. 

At Wtftmmfttri their Reafons againft an Oath of 
Secrecy propoftd by the Commons to be 
taken by the Eiglijh arid S«ij Commiffioners 
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I*KERS, commit one Batiwyn, aMiniifcrat/iam^- 

jltai, to Prifon for preaching falfe Doctrine. 

Mate an Order for regulating the Houfhold of 

the King's, younger Children, detained at 

Reject a Vote of the Commons, for referring 
Proportions of Peace to the Joint Commit- 
teesof hothKingdoms, — — 

Their Reafons. •— — — — — 

- Reply to tbe Commons' Reafons in Sup- 
,. port of their Vote. — — —- 

. ■—— - farther Reply to them on this Head." — 

— farther Reafons for referring the Grounds 
of Peace to a new Committee. »■ ■■ — 

— — further Proceedings in the Difpute concern- 
ing Peace. ■■■ — — 

Pafs an Ordinance of their own framing for fur- 
ther continuing the Joint Committee. — 

Their Lid of CommiUioners. i— . — 

Ordinance rejected by the Commons. — 

■■ Reafons in Support of it. 

»■■ ■- Anfwer to a Petition of the City of Ltrn- 
dm, concerning the Difference between the 
two Houfes. — ■- — — - -■ 

Reject the Alterations made by the Commons in 
, the above Ordinance. — 

Their Reafons. - — • — 

farther Difpute about thb Point. 

- Refolutions againft the Prince of Waltt't. 
fettling in Corn-wail. — — 

Compromife the Dilpwe with the Commons 
about the new Ordinance. — — — 

Lift of, who defcrt the King and return to the 
Parliament. — 

At Wtftminft4r y their Letter to the Ear) of Effix, 
in Anfwer to a Complaint againft Lord 
Vifcount Conway, -— --■; — 

Their Ceremony in admitting the Dutch AmbaJ- 
fadors to an Audience. — . — 

— ■■ Order concerning Lord Hunfden, accufed 

of High Twafon by the Commons. 
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PEERS, their Ceremonial of admitting Mr. Alder- 
man Atkins to be Lord Mayor of London, • 

Oppofe a Refolution of the Commons for melting 
down the King's Plate in the Tower. 

Their Reafons againft it. 

■ " Anfwer to a furprizing Menage from the 
Commons, touching Archbiuop Laud. - 

— — Rcfolutions againft him. — — 

* farther Proceedings touching this Prelate. 

* ■■■- Application to the Commons, for fparing 
Sir Job* Jiotbam's Life* 

Over-ruled by them. — 

Their Interposition in FavouvofRegirL'Eflranee, 
Efq; under Sentence of Death. — — 

Pals the Bill of Attainder againft the Archbifttop 
of CenUrbury. — -- -- — 

Their Reafons againft palfing the Self-denying 
Ordinance, fern up by the Commons. 

■»— — farther Objections to it. — • 

Reject the Ordinance. — 

Their Unwillingnefs to pafs an Ordinance of the 
Commons for new-modelling the Army. 

Lift of, who protefted againft the Commons' 
Nomination of Officers to fcrve under Sir 
Thomas Fairfax. — — 

Their Examination of Lord SaviU, concerning 
his leaving Oxford, He. — — 

Lift: of, who protefted againft an Alteration in 
an Ordinance of the Commons, for grant* 
ing fome additional Power to Gen. Pair- 

/««• - - - - 

— — ■ who adhcred-to the Alteration. — 
■ i who protefted againft an additional 

Claufe made to the above Ordinance, con- 
cerning the Safety of the King's Perfon. - 
Their mutual Agreement with the Common* in 
this Bufinefs, and hew occafioned. — 
Pafs the Self-denying Ordinance. — — — 
Thtir Propo&ls to the Commons on this Occanon 

— Anfwer to their Declaration, with refpefi 
to the Peerage. — — « ■' ■ 



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PEERS, their Anfwcr to a Petition of the Citizens 
of London, concerning the King's Succefs.- 
Their Pioceedings on the Information of a Plot 
againft the Parliament. — 

■ Motion for Peace after the Battle of Nafeby 

— ' Order for relieving the Ncceflitiei of the 

Lords Savile and Powys in the Tower. 
Admit the Lord Savile to Bail. — 

He-commit him, at the Inftance of the Commons 
Repeal a Vote of their Houfe for excluding fiicn 

Members as refufed to take the Covenant. 
Agree to the Commons' Votes, relating to the 

Seels Army in. 1 or kjhire. — — 

Their Letter of Thanks to Sir Thomas Fairfax, 

for his taking the Town of Tiverton. — 
Vote for reducing the Number, of Horfe 

in the Setts Army. — — - ■ 

Lift of, who diflented to this Refolution. — — 

■ who protefled againft an Ordinance for 
Martial Law. — - ■■■-■ 

■ ■ who diflented to a Vote of that Houfe, 

concerning the Oifpofal of the King. — 

Their Proteft on this Occafion. — 

Lift of, who figned it. — 

Their Refolution on the Receipt of fome Papers 
from the Scots Cbmtniffionera, touching the 
March of Troops towards Niwari, — 

— -- Refentment againft Sir fohn Evelyn, for 
Words fnoken by him at the Conference, 
touching the Difpofal of the King. — 

Commit Capt. Majfey to Prifbn, and for what. - 

Their Refolution, with regard jo fome Letters 
of the King's relating to Peace. — — 

— Anfwer to a Petition of the City of London, 
concerning Independents, and a good Cor- 
refpondence with the Scots, — — 

Lift of, who entered their Diflent againft it. — 

Receive from the Scots Coirtmiffioners a Letter 

of the King's, concerning his Reafons for 

going into their Army before Newark. — 

- Their Anfirer of Thanks on this Occafion. — 

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PEERS, their Proceedings againft Col. John Lit- 
kourue, for writing a-Pamplilct againft the 
Common Law of England. ■ 14 

Their farther Proceedings againft him. — 14 

RcJufetheirConcurrencetotbelnftru&onsofthe 
Commons to the Judges going their Sum- 
mer Circuits in 1646. — ■ 

Their. Order on this Qccafion. ■- 

■■■ further Proceedings agzinft Col. T.ilbaurne. 1 5 

— — Sentence againft n«m. — — 

■ "j Reiblutlons, touching a Remonftrance of 

the Scats, with regard to Afperfions cad 

. upon their Nation, and withdrawing their 

Army. — — ; 15 

— <- Concern for the Death of the Earl bfEfe*. 
The Authority of their Home ftruclc at, and 

how: 15 

Their Cenlbre of a Pamphlet sublimed againft 

the Peerage. ■— ■"• ■ 15 

— Agreement with the Commons for the 

Difpofa! of the King's Per Ion. ■ — 15 

Lift of, who diflented thereto. — ' — 15 

Their Vote for fettling the Peace of England and 

Scotland, with relation to the King. — 

Lift of, who protefted againft an Ordinance for 

vacating the Honours granted by the King 

firtce May, 16+2. — 15 

Their Proceedings on a Charge againft the Earls 
of Northumberland and Ptfnbrakt, for fend- 
ing Money to the King at Oxford. — 
i n » Refolutions, touching the King's coming 
to Nnomarift. ' •<••• 1 — ■-— 

*■ m, Votes, in Consequence of fome Defires of 
the Scats Parliament, relating to the King's 
Removal from NrwcafiU to Htldtnbt. — 
•— Proteft againft a Vote of that Houfe, for 
discontinuing an Aueflment for the Support 
of Sh Thomas Fairfax's Army. - - — 15 

Lift of, who figned it. ' — - ■ 15 

Their Reafona againft quartering the Army in 
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PEERS, tbeir Anfwer to a Petition of the Officers 

in Sir Thtmes Fairfax's Army^ concerning 

• their Pay, tfc. — — — 

Their Refolutions relating to fome Disturbances 

intheArmy. — • 15 

— 1 for removing the King to Oat- 

lands. — — ■■■ ' ■ ■■-' 

— - Proteft againft a Vote of that Houfe, con- 
cerning a Letter, addrdied to the King, in 
Cyphers. — — • ■ — 15 

Lift of, who figned it. — ' 15 

Their Order for removing the King's younger 
Children from Hamftex-Cmrt to St. Jemtt's 

Lift of, who dhTented to a Vote for expunging 

the Parliament's late Declaration again* 

. the Army. — — — — 

Their Anfwer to a Petition from the City, of 
London, touching fome Differences between 
the Parliament and the Army. ___ j^ ^ 2J( % 

11 farther Proceedings, relating to the public 

Confufions. — — — 15 43°» ■' 

Liftof, who proteftcd aeainft an Ordinance for 
raifing Horfe and Foot' for the Defence of 
the Parliament and City of Lmdan. — 15 431 

Their Anfwer to fome Requefts from the City 
of London, concerning the Demands of the 
Army. — *-» 15 +35 

Pals an Ordinance for a Monthly AuefTmenc of 
60,000 /. " 

Their Charge on the refpe&ive Counties for ral 
fing this Tax. — — — 

— Refolution agatnft the King's Removal to 
Rithnwtd. — — ■ ■ ' 16 

Lift of, who drnerrtcd chereto. — ——7 16 
■ — who diflented to an Order of 
- Commons, for giving further Power to 
the Commiffioners rending with the Ar- 
my. — — 

Inforce a former Vote againft the King's going 

to Richmond. — • 16 41 

Lift of, who drfientcd thereto. -* _ 16 41 

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PEERS, their Order againft Dr. Hammond and 
Dr. Sbelden, for ufing the Common Prayer- 
Book before the King. — — 

Their Anfwer to a Petition from the young Men 

- and Apprentices in London, concerning a 

Regulation in the State. — — 

Lift of, who proteftcd againft an Order concern 
ing Stage-Plays. — ' . — 

Defend by their Speaker, the Eari of Mamhifier. 

Elect UxlWiUougbby of Perham in his Head. - 

Lift of , who withdrew from the Parliament and 
joined the Army. — — 

Appoint Lord Hun/dm for their Speaker. — 

Pais an Ordinance for making void all Pro- 
ceedings during the Abfencc of the two 
Speakers. . ■ . , ■ -. 

Their Menage to the Commons, in order to in- 
duce their Confent. — 

m . * Arguments at a Conference on this Oc- 
Cafion. - — i — • ■ . . 1 

-r— Refentment againft Dr. Fill, Vice-Chan- 
cellor of Oxfird. — 

Lift of, impeached by the Commons of High 
i Treafon. ■ — -■ ■■ ■ 

In Parliament, their Fine impofed upon fuch 
Lords as were abfent at a Call of their 
Houfi}. 

— — i - ■■--■ Heads of a Conference with the 
- Commons, concerning a Mutiny in the 
Army. 

— — 1 — Proportions intended to be offered 

the King for prefent Security, -»- — 

Their Reafons to induce the Commons' Content 
„ thereto. -*— 

■— Refutation to admit of a perfonal Treaty. 
for the reft. 

■ Notice to the Commons for haftening the 
Proceedings againft the feven impeached 

«■■ i .Order for fuppreffing of Riots in antf about 

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FJ. 

PEERS,, their Propofals to the Commons, in Con- 
fequence-of another Remonftrance from the 
Army, touching their Pay, &c. — 16 

Their Order for a ftrict Guard to be kept over 

the King. ■ — 16 

Preamble to the Votes of the Houfe of 

Commons, agaioft any further Addrefs to 
- the King. • — -.- 16 

Anfwer to a Declaration of the Army for 

fuppouing the Peerage. — — — . 16 

■ to a Letter ef the Scots Commif- 



fioners, fignifying their Refolution to re- 
turn home. - - 

Impeached by tbt Cam/nans, their Letter to the 
Houfe, demanding their Liberty. — — 

■ ■ ' ' ' — ■' obtain their Requeft 

- ■■ ' ■ further Proceedings 

of the Commons againft them. — — 

In Porliamtnt, their Order for releasing the feven 

impeached Members of their Houfe. — 

- ■ Order, upon the Common* 

■' fending up Articles of Impeachment againft 
the feven Lords fet at Liberty. — — 

■- — — ■ ■ further Proceedings in this 

Bu fine ft. ... . 

Imptachtd by tbt Commons, fequeftored from 
. the Houfe. 

- admitted to Bail, 

and upon what Terms. — — 

In Parliament, their Orders concerning the fe- 
ven impeached Lords, and Sir J.Maynard. 

Proceedings againft Sir Jebn. 

} _ ' — — Resolutions, on receiving 
Notice of the Dulce of Ytri't attempting his 
Efcapc from St. James'i, — . — — 

Imptatbed, their Requeft for an Allowance of 
more Time to anfwer the Charge againft 

In Parliament* their Fine impofed on Sir Jthn 
Gayre, for refuting to kneel at the Bar of 

their Houfe. — - 



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Alderman Adami. 
In Parliament, their Proceedings againft Alder- 
man Langham, and Alderman Bunct, Ac- 
count of. — — 

— Anfwer to a Petition from 

the Ciry of Louden, concerning tbeir im- 
peached Aldermen. — — — 
- Order, concern ingOrwi'*/ 



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Evani, who perfnnated the Prince qI Walts, 
- Letter of Thanks to Colo- 



nel Hammond, for his Care of the King. 

- to Lord Fair - 



fax, for his Defrat of the Army in Kgnt. 
- Order for discharging the 



(even impeached Lords from Reftraiot, and 

reftoring them to their Seats. 

- Refolution for a further Ad- 



drefs to the King for Peace — 7— — 
- Anfwer to a Petition from 



the City of Londm, for a perfonal Treaty 

with the King. 

- Examination of Mr.Q/Ww, 



touching his Charge againft Major Ralph 
for a DeGgn to murder the King. — — 

; ■ — ■'■■ ■ Proceedings againft the Ma 

; jor on this Occafion. — — 

- Anfwer to a Petition from 



the Trinity- Hsufty for a perfonal Treaty 

with the King. — 

- Refolution to vacate feme 



former Votes, forbidding all Addrefc to the 

.King. 

-Refolution, nr to infill on 



the three Proportions previous to a perfo- 
nal Treaty in the IJU if Wight. — 
Commit Major Ralph to Prifon. — - — 
Their farther Order concerning him. — 
Rcfufe their Concurrence to a Vote of the Com* 
' mans, for requiring the King's Aflent to 
the three Propoittions previous to a Treaty 
with him. -— *. — — 



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Vol. 

PEERS, their Votes in Favour of a Petition from 

the Officers of the City Militia, for a per- 

fonal Treaty with the King. -- ' -■ 

Their Anfwer to the Petitioner*. 

- — Reaforts for adhering to their former Vote, 

againft infilling on the three Propositions 

previous to a -Treaty with the King. — 

Lift of, who took up Arms In Favour of th< 

King, Atom 1648. — - — - 

- Their Letter to the Houfc of Lords on this Occa- 

■ fion. ■ * — — ■ — 

— — ■ Declaration of their Intention*. ■—— 

— Letttr to the City of Lmdon, to the fame 
Purpofe. — 

— — Defeat by the Parliament's Forces, Ac- 
count of. — — — -■■■■■ 
In Parliament, their Anfwer to a Petition from 
fundry Inhabitants of the City of London, 
againft making Peace with the King with' 
'. out previous Security. — — 

- to a Petition from 



•the Watermen on Thames, for inviting the 
King to London. 



from 

. the Inhabitants of Weftminfttr, St*tt/teark, 
Es*r. for a perfonal Treaty with the King. 

Reftife their Concurrence to a Vote of the Com- 
mons againft the Seels Army. — 

- — i ■ — ■- — 1 of that Houfe 

againft Arch as invite the Return of the Sects 
into England. — — — — 

Their Endeavours for haftening the Treaty with 
the King. — — — 

■ Anfwer to the Commons' Reafons for in' 

Ming upon the King's Aftent to the three 
Proportions before a Treaty. — — 

Order fordifchargingCo!.£/7£«w»/fTom his 

Imprifonment, and for taking oft" his Fine. 

»i 1' Anfwer to a Petition from the City of Lon- 
don, for a perfonal Treaty with the King, 
as a Means y> redreli their Grievances — 



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Vtl. Pag,. 
PEERS, their Votes upon the King's Letter for ac- 
cepting of a Treaty in the Iflt »f Wight, lj 405, 6 
Their Anfwer to a Letter from the Prince of 
Walts, touching his Offer of Mediation for 

• Peace. — — - 17 407, 8 

— — Vote, concerning a Treaty altered by the 

Commons, and how. — — 17 413, 14 

■ 1 Anfwer to that Houfc, upon fubmitting to 

an Alteration. • 17 416, 17 

«— Complaint, touching the ill Ufage of their 

Mefiengers by the Commons. 17 445 

Lift of, who appeared upon a Call of that Houfe, 

in O&obtr 1648. — 18 30 

Their Agreement to the King's Proportions, 

with regard to his Honour, Revenues, &e, 18 86 
— ^ Lift of Delinquents to be proceeded againft 

capitally. — — — 18 100 

■ Concurrence with the Commons' Excep- 
tions to the King's Anfwer* relating to 
Epifcopacy, Church-Government, &c. - 18 113 

-, . Reafons for not agreeing to the Commons' 

Refolutions for the Sale of Bilhops' Lands. lS'liy, 18 
n 1 Affect thereto, and the Reafon thereof. - 18.119 
— — Anfwer to the Sheriffs of London, concern- . I 

ing Lord Fairfax's Demand on that City. 18 289 
Refufe their Corifcnt to a Vote of the Commons, 

declaring the King guilty of Treafon. — 18 489 
Their Debate upon an Ordinance palled by the 

Commons for the Trial of the King.. — 181491, 2 
Reject if. — — — — »8'492 

Lift of, who had Courage to make thefe laft Re- I 

folutions. ' 18,492 ' 

Their ill Treatment by the Commons, Instance 

of. — — . — — l8 501, 2 

11 — Menage to the Commons, in order to fet- 1 

tie the Government. — — ! 18 . 549 

— — Anfwer to the Dutch Ambafladors, con- I 

cerning their Application on Behalf of the I 

late King. 18 551 

— Meflcngm to the Commons denied En- | 

trance, -— — — — — . 18,551 

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PEERS, their Diflblotion, Account of. 

Their Re-cftablifhmenr. as a Houfe- — — 

■ firit live Days Proceedings at the Conven- 
tion Parliament. — — — 

How addrefied by the King, in order to his Re- 
ftoration. ■■ ■■ ■ t- — 

Tbeir Vote* in Favour thereof. — — 

Appoint Gen. Mmkt Captain-General of all the 
Land Forces. __ . ■ 

Their Committee ordered to wait on the King 
it Breda. — 

— - Anfwer to the King's Letter. 

■ -■ Order for demoli£ing the Arms of the 

Commonwealth. — 

i ■ Conference with the Commons, concern- 
ing the Regicides. ___ — 

■ '■ i Letter to the King, on his landing in Eng- 

land. — . 

Congratulate him on his Return to his Domi- 
nions. • 

Lift of, as the*- fat in the Convention Parliament. 
Their Proceedings againft Major Ralph. — 

■ .i n ... — againft Lord Puritci. — 
Order for reftoring the King to the Poflef- 

fion of all his Lands- — ■ 
-■ ■•' ■ — ■ ■ relating to the Earl of Derby. — 
' ■ ■- - ■ ■ to Col. Hacker. • 
Examination of Mr. Rujbwertb, touching 

the late King's Death. — ' — 

■i Proceedings otuhe Bill of Indemnity. — > 

■ ■■ •■ Order againft Quakers. — ■ — 

— Adjournment. — — 
PELHAM, Sir John, appointed one of the Trea> 

furers of War in 14*5. — — 

PELHAM. Henry, Efq; eleded Speaker for the 
Houfe of Commons inftcad of Mr. Ltnthall, 
who had joined the Army. — — 16 
Hi* Speech to the Peers on this Occafion, — 16 
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PEMBROKE-HALL, h Cambridge, its origintl 

Name and great Antiquity, Account of. 
PENN, Vict-Admrat, how rewarded for hit Sue* 

oofs againft the Z>*/ei Fleet in 1653. — •■ 
PENNINGTON, , Alderman of Unden, 

clc&cd Lord Mayor in the room of Sir 

Richard Gttrntj. — — ■ — r 

Complimented by the Houft of Peers on thii 

Occafion, and how. . — 

PEPYS, Mr. made a Judge by Gen. Crmweil] 

on his entering to the Protectorate. — , 
PERCY, Lord Henry, one of the Guardian) for 

King Edward HI, during hit Minority. - 
Ont of toe Cammi (Goners appointed to treat 

with the Frtnth King about a Peace. — 
*■ " 1 Barons fummoned to Parliament 

in 1352. — ■ 

■ Committee appointed to confer 
with the Commons on the King's Declata- 

Created Earl of Northumberland. — — 
Summoned to ihc firft Parliament of Richard II, 
His Quarrel with the Dulce of Laneafttr. — 
One of the Peers appointed to confer with the 

Commons about the King's going in Per? 

fon againit the French, — 

■ ' who fwore to fupport the Pro- 

ceedings of the Parliament in 1398. — 

Appointed one of the Committee on whom the 
Authority of that Parliament was delegated 

One of the Peers fummoned to Parliament by 
Henry Duke of Lamcafltr. i 

Made Conftable of England.- — . 

One of the Commitfioners to take the Renun- 
ciation of Richard II. — — — — • 

His Queftion to the Houfe of Lords, concerning 
the Difpofal of tbe King's Perfon. ■ ■ 

— Aequeft to Tving Henry IV. concerning a 
Reproach caft on him. — — 

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Parliamentary Hi/lory of Englahd. jj^ 

-PERCY, Henry t Earl of Northumberland, his Re- 
bellion againft the King, and the Occafion 

thereof. — ■■— ' »■ ■ 

His Remonftrance againft him. — 

— Petition to the King, acknowledging his 

Offence in levying Forces. — — 
How favoured by the Lords in Parliament. — 

Obtains the King's Pardon — 

' His Reconciliation with the Earls of ff'e/l men land 

and Dunbar. 

—- fecond Revolt, Account of. — <— 

Efcape into Scotland. — — — — 

— — Expedition into Walts. —. ■ - 

— Entry into TTorijhire, in a hoftile Manner. 
Defeat and Death there. — 

PERCY, Sir Henry, Son to Henry Earl of Nertb- 
umbtrlandy his martial' Exploits againft the 



His Rebellion againft King Henry IV. — 

Battle with the King at Shrew/bury. — 

— fatal Defeat. . 

PERCY, Henry, Son ef Sir Henry killed at Sbrewf- 

hury, reftorcd to Blood, and his Title and 

Eftatcs, by Henry V. — 

His Homage to the King on that Occafion. 

One of the Peers fummoned to Parliament, 1423 

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His untimely End, -,— .. — — . 

PERCY, Henry, Marl ef Northumberland, one of 
the Commanders of Queen Margaret's Ar- 
my againft the Duke of Tori. — — 
Attainted of High Treafon at the Parliament in 

1461. — 

Slain at the Battle of Tewten. — 

PERCY, Sir Henry, Sen of the left Earl, one of 

the Peers fummoned to Parliament by King 

Edoari IV. 

Reftorcd to his Title and Eftatcs. — — 
One of the Peers fummoned to the firft Parlia- 
ment of Richard 111. — 

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PERCY, Henry, Earl of Northumberland, one of 
the Peers fummoned to the firft Parlia- 
ment of Henry VIII. — — 
One of the Peers who figned the Articles againft 
Cardinal Woolfey. — 

— - , ,. i — who .figned a Letter to Pope 
Clement VII. in Favour of Queen Catha- 
rine's Divorce. — 

One of the Committee appointed to follicit the 
■ Commons for an Aid to defend the Nor- 
thern Borders. ■ — — ■ ■ 
"PERCY, Thomas, Efq; his Attainder, on Account 
of a Rebellion againft Henry VIII. reverfed 

Reftored to the Title of Earl of Northumberland. 

One of the Committee appointed to petition 
Queen Elizabeth to marry. — — 

One of the Lords who protefted againft a Bill 
concerning the Englijh Ordination. — 

His Rebellion againft the Queen, Account of. • 

— tragical End at York. — — 

' — Attainder, arid" Forfeiture of his Lands, &t. 
PERCY, Henry, Earl of Northumberland, fum- 

moned to Parliament in 1575. — — 

Committed to the Tower, on Suspicion of being 
concerned in the Gunpowder Plot. 1 
PERCY, Henry, Efq; fufpefted of being concern- 
ed m a Plot againft the Parliament. — 

Proclamation againft him by the Peers on this 
Account. — — ■ — . ■ 

Voted by the Commons guilty of High Treafon. 

Expelled the Houfe. 

PERCY, Algernon, Earl nf Northumberland, and 
Lord-Admiral, his Account of an intended 
Invafion by the French. — — 

Discharged by the King from the Office of Lord- 
Admiral. ■ — - 

His Letter, giving an Account of the Parliament's 
Petition to the King for Peace having 
been prefented. ___ ■_ 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Commiffio 
to go upon the Oxford Treaty. — 



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Parliamentary Hi/lory of England. 

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PERCY, Algernon, Earl of Northumberland, and 

Lord- Admiral, his two Letters concerning 

the Oxford Treaty. ' — 

His Refentment againft Mr. Martin, for open- 
ing a Letter of his to his Lady. 

Complaint againfl him to the Houfe of Peers. - 

His Anfwer. ■ ■■ 

Sufpe&ed by the Commons to be concerned in a 
Plot againft the Parliament. ■ - ■-- 

Examined by the Peers, touching this Affair. - 

His Report, concerning^ Treaty with the King 
for Peace. 

Appointed by the Parliament to take Care of the 
King's youngerChijdren at St. yanus't.— 

His Penfion allowed him for this Service, Ac- 
count of. i — 

— — Report of a Conference between the Com- 

' mittce of both Kingdoms and the Scott 

Com miffi oners, concerning an Anfwer to 

the King's Mefiaffe, \nDcc. 1645, forPeacc. 

Charged with fending Money to the King at Ox- 
ford, — - — 

His Rcqueft to the Peers on this Occafion. — 

Depofmons againfl him touching this Buftnels. 

His Letter, concerning an Order from the Houfe 
of Peers for removing the King's younger 
Children to St. James's. — 

Leaves the King's Children and goes to the Army, 

Summoned to repair to his Charge, and to give 
his Attendance in Parliament. ■ ■ — 

His Narrative of the Duke of Tork'% Efcape from 
St. y amis' s,- .— — ' ■ ' 

Howjullined by the Parliament concerning this 
Affair. 

Appointed one of the Parliament's Com mifli oners 
to treat with the King in the Iflt of Wight 
about a National Peace. — — 

One of the Peers who rejected an Ordinance of 

the Commons for the Trial of the King. - 

PERCY, Richard, his Anfwer to the Earl of Baf- 

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PERCY, Thomas, Efy; one of the Traitors con- 
cerned in the Gunpowder Plot. — — 
PERROT, Sir 'James, oppofes the Meafures of 

King7* M „I. 

Preferred, and fent into Ireland out of the Way. 

His Speech againft Dr. Laud, Bifhop of London. 

PETERBOROUGH, BiJboprUk of, when firft 

erefled. — — 

PETER-PENCE, when prohibited from being 

paid to the Pope. — — 

How antiently paid in England. — — 

When abolifhed. ■ 

PETERS, Hugh, Chaplain to Sir Thomas Fair/a 

his Information to the Lords of fundry 

Particulars relative to the taking of the 

Town of Dartmouth. — 
Settlement upon him, by the Parliament, for his 

Support, Account of. — — 

Excepted out of the Aft of Indemnity in [660. 

PETITION, of tht Parliament, to Edward III. 

againft his making England a Province to 

France, Anne 134.0. — — 

To King Richard II. touching his Prerogative. 
To King Philip and Queen Mary, concerning 

their pad Proceedings againft the Pope. 
For the fpeedy Execution of Mary Queen of Scots. 
To King fames I. againft Jefuits. — 
To King Charles I. for executing the Laws 

againft Papifts. — 

To the King, for a National Fall. 

••'" ' ■ — — for enforcing the Laws againft Re- 

cufants. — — — — 

'- ■ — — againft billeting of Soldiers. — 
For a public Fait. — — 

Againft the Queen's intended Journey to the 

Spaw in Germany, — — 

To the King, in Juftification of the Earl of Ntw~ 

port from an Afperfion caft upon him. 
■ " ■ to. expedite the Trial of fome 

cufed Members. — - 

1 ■■ - ■ for putting the Tower into fuch 

Hands as they fhould recommend. — 



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PETITION, of the Parliament, to the King, con 

cerning the Militia. — — 10 308> 9 

To the King, that the Earl of Warwick might 
command the Fleet under the Earl of Nor- 
thumberland. — _*. 

-= againft his going to Ireland. — 

« againft raifingatjuard forhisPcrfon 

■ ■ ■■ - . with fome Proportions annexed. - 

■ ■ in Behalf of fome Torkjhire Gentry. 

.. ■ for an Accommodation. — 

- for his Return to London, — — 

■ for fettling a Peace. — — 

■ ■■-■■.■ relating to a Skirmilh at Brtntford. 
— -- for putting off the Lent Aflizcs in 

164.2. — 

■ for a Peace, Draught of. — 
To Cromwell, with Limitations of his Power. 

i- with additional Limitations. — 

Of the Convention Parliament, to the King, for 

a Thanltigiving. — ■ ■ 

To the King, in Behalf of Sir Henry Vane and 

Col. Lambert. ——— — — 

Of the Peers, to King Edward III, 

To King Henry IV. againft the Lollards. — 
To Queen Elizabeth, touching her Marriage and 

SuccefKon. — — ■ ■ ■ . 

To the King, againft dilTolving the Parliament 

in 1626, — 

- againft conferring Scots and Iri/h 



Titles upon Englijhmen 

- for a new Parliament. 



Of the Peers and Commons at Oxford, to the King 

there. — • — 

Of the Commons, to Queen Elizabeth, on the Sub- 
ject, of her Marriage. — ■ ■ 
To.King James I. concerning a Difpenfation to 
certain Minifters. — ■ 
■ To the King, for the Removal of Popifh Recu- 
(ants from Places of Truft. 
' ■ on the State of the Nation. — 
■ for a Guard. — 1 
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cerning Dutch Encroachments on Trade. 

Of the City of London* to the Commons, againft 
Bifliops. - ■ ■ ■ — 

To the Parliament, againft Grievances, 

To the Commons, againft a Loan. — — 

Againft an Ordinance concerning the Militia. 

For Relief in a Weekly Affeflment. — — 

Concerning the Army under the Earl of Efftx. ■ 

To the Parliament, for Unity amongft them- 
felvcs. ■ ■■■ ■ ■ — ■ 

■■ concerning Debts and De- 

linquents. — — — 

On Occafion of the King's Succefs at opening 
the Campaign in 1645/ — 

Abftracl of, complaining of the many private 
Meetings there, at. — 

For fjpprciling the Independents, and for a good 
Correfpoodence with the Scots. — — 

To the Peers. — 

Their Draught of one to the King. ■ 

To the Parliament, for dilbanding the Army, i'Sc. 

- ■■-■- for redrefiing fundry Grie- 
vances. ■ 

On Occafion of the Differences between the 
Parliament and the Army, — — 

To the Parliament, for Payment of the Army, 
- and a fpeedy Settlement of the Nation. — 

To the Peers, to give Orders for flopping the 
Army's Advance towards London. 

••• •• '■• againft the Army's taking Free 

Concerning an intended Invasion by the Scot*. - 
Concerning the Militia. — — 

To the Parliament, for a Discharge of the im- 
peached Aldermen. — — 
Relating to the Militia, an Infurrc&ion in Kent, 
&c. — — — 
To the Parliament, for a perfonal Treaty with 
the King, — — — 



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