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AN ORDINANCE OF THE LORDS & COMMONS Aſſembled in PARLIAMENT,

FOR The Raiſing of Moneys to be im­ployed towards the maintenance of Forces within this Kingdom, under the Command of Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight.

AND For the ſpeedy tranſporting of and paying the Forces for carrying on the War of Ireland.

7 Julii, 1647.

ORdered by the Commons aſſembled in Parliament, That Mr. Husband do forthwith print Six thouſand of the Ordinance for raiſing Moneys for maintenance of the Army under the Command of Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight.

H: Elſynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.

London, Printed for Edward Husband, Printer to the Ho­norable Houſe of Commons. 1647.

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Die Mercurii, 23 Junii, 1647. AN ORDINANCE OF THE LORDS and COMMONS Aſſembled in Parliament, For the raiſing of Moneys to be imployed to­wards the maintenance of Forces within this Kingdom, under the Command of Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight.And for the ſpeedy tranſporting of and paying the Forces for the carrying on the WAR of IRELAND.

THe Lords and Commons in Parliament aſſem­bled, for the due paying of ſuch Forces under the Command of Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight (as the great and many Dangers and Diſtem­pers do require to be kept up within this King­dom for the preſent) in ſuch maner as the Subjects in this Kingdom may be no more impoveriſhed by Free-quarter as formerly; But that all Offi­cers4 and Soldiers may juſtly and duly pay and diſcharge their Quarters for the future, whereunto they are hereby ſtraightly charged and required: And for the effectual and more vigo­rous carrying on the War of IRELAND, which Kingdom is in moſt imminent Danger to be for ever cut off from this Crown, and the Proteſtant Religion intirely rooted out of that Kingdom, by the countenance and aſſiſtance which thoſe barbarous and bloody Rebels do daily receive, Do Order and Or­dain, and be it therefore Ordered and Ordained by the ſaid Lords and Commons in Parliament Aſſembled, and by Autho­rity of the ſame, That the ſeveral ſums of Money hereafter mentioned, ſhall be Monethly (according to the ordinary com­putation) taxed, collected, leavied, and paid, for the purpoſes aforeſaid, from the Five and twentieth day of MARCH One thouſand ſix hundred forty ſeven, until the Five and twen­tieth day of MARCH, One thouſand ſix hundred forty eight in ſuch maner and form as hereafter is expreſſed:

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VPon the county of Bedford, the monethly ſum of Six hun­dred ſeventy three pounds thirteen ſhillings and eleven pence three farthings.

Upon the county of Berks, the monethly ſum of Six hundred eighty three pounds fifteen ſhillings and nine pence.

Upon the county of Buckingham, the monethly ſum of Eight hundred fifteen pounds and eight ſhillings.

Upon the county of Cambridge, the monethly ſum of One thouſand four hundred ſixty two pounds ſixteen ſhillings ſix pence farthing.

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Upon the Iſle of Ely, the monethly ſum of Four hundred ninety pounds eighteen ſhillings and a half peny.

Upon the county of Cheſter, the monethly ſum of Three hundred forty five pounds four ſhillings and eleven pence farthing.

Upon the city and county of Cheſter, the monethly ſum of Thirty nine pounds thirteen ſhillings and eleven pence.

Upon the county of Cornwal, the monethly ſum of One thou­ſand two hundred twenty eight pounds five ſhillings and ſix pence farthing.

Upon the county of Cumberland, the monethly ſum of Seventy ſeven pounds one peny and three farthings.

Upon the county of Derby, the monethly ſum of Three hun­dred forty two pounds nine ſhillings and four pence.

Upon the county of Devon, the monethly ſum of Three thou­ſand five hundred twenty ſeven pounds ſix ſhillings and three half pence.

Upon the city and county of Exon, the monethly ſum of One hundred twenty ſeven pounds nine ſhillings and two pence farthing.

Upon the county of Dorſet, the monethly ſum of Nine hun­dred thirty five pounds ten ſhillings and ten pence three farthings.

Upon the town and county of Pool, the monethly ſum of Nine pounds ſixteen ſhillings and ſeven pence half peny.

Upon the county of Durham, the monethly ſum of One hun­dred fifty nine pounds and two ſhillings.

Upon the county of York, the monethly ſum of Two thouſand one hundred eleven pounds ſeven ſhillings and eight pence three farthings.

Upon the city and county of York, the monethly ſum of One hundred forty nine pounds eleven ſhillings and five pence half peny.

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Upon the town of Kingſton upon Hull, the monethly ſum of Fifty pounds eighteen ſhillings and nine pence.

Upon the county of Eſſex, the monethly ſum of Four thouſand five hundred forty ſeven pounds nine ſhillings and five pence.

Upon the county of Gloceſter, the monethly ſum of One thouſand two hundred twelve pounds three ſhillings and ſix pence three farthings.

Upon the city and county of Gloceſter, the monethly ſum of One hundred thirty four pounds thirteen ſhillings and nine pence.

Upon the county of Hereford, the monethly ſum of Eight hun­dred ſixty eight pounds two ſhillings and three pence.

Upon the county of Hertford, the monethly ſum of One thou­ſand ſix hundred thirty eight pounds fifteen ſhillings and five pence three farthings.

Upon the county of Huntington, the monethly ſum of Six hundry eighty ſeven pounds three ſhillings and five pence three farthings.

Upon the county of Kent, with the city and county of Can­terbury, and the Cinque-Ports within the county of Kent, the monethly ſum of Four thouſand ſeven hundred ſixty three pounds one ſhilling and a peny.

Upon the county of Lancaſter, the monethly ſum of Five hun­dred twenty nine pounds three ſhillings and two pence.

Upon the county of Leiceſter, the monethly ſum of Four hundred ſixty ſeven pounds nine ſhillings and ten pence half peny.

Upon the county of Lincoln, the monethly ſum of One thou­ſand five hundred ſeventy three pounds eight ſhillings and three half pence.

Upon the city and county of Lincoln, the monethly ſum of7 Sixy four pounds twelve ſhillings and nine pence half peny.

Upon the city of London, the monethly ſum of Three thou­ſand nine hundred ſeven pounds nineteen ſhillings and two pence three farthings.

Upon the county of Middleſex, city and Liberty of Weſtmin­ſter, the monethly ſum of One thouſand five hundred twenty one pounds ſeventeen ſhillings and nine pence.

Upon the county of Monmouth, the monethly ſum of One hundred ninety two pounds nineteen ſhillings and a peny.

Upon the county of Northampton, the monethly ſum of Five hundred ninety one pounds eleven ſhillings and eleven pence farthing.

Upon the county of Notingham, the monethly ſum of Three hundred fifty three pounds nineteen ſhillings and three pence.

Upon the town and county of Notingham, the monethly ſum of Eleven pounds fourteen ſhillings and ſix pence three far­things.

Upon the county of Norfolk, the monethly ſum of Four thouſand ſeven hundred ſixty three pounds one ſhilling and a peny.

Upon the city and county of Norwich, the monethly ſum of Two hundred forty ſix pounds eleven ſhillings and five pence three farthings.

Upon the county of Northumberland, the monethly ſum of One hundred pounds ſixteen ſhillings and ten pence three farthings.

Upon the town of Newcaſtle, the monethly ſum of Twenty nine pounds and ſeventeen ſhillings.

Upon the county of Oxon, the monethly ſum of Seven hundred ſeventy nine pounds thirteen ſhillings and eleven pence three farthings.

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Upon the county of Rutland, the monethly ſum of One hun­dred twenty eight pounds one ſhilling and a farthing.

Upon the county of Salop, the monethly ſum of Five hundred fifty three pounds nineteen ſhillings and nine pence three far­things.

Upon the county of Stafford, the monethly ſum of Four hun­dred fifty four pounds fifteen ſhillings and four pence three farthings.

Upon the town of Litchfield, the monethly ſum of Ten pounds fourteen ſhillings and eight pence.

Upon the county of Somerſet, the monethly ſum of Two thou­ſand and fifty pounds, eleven ſhillings and five pence.

Upon the city and county of Briſtol, the monethly ſum of One hundred and twelve pounds twelve ſhillings and ten pence half peny.

Upon the county of Southampton, the monethly ſum of One thouſand five hundred and fourteen pounds four ſhillings and five pence farthing.

Upon the town and county of Southampton, the monethly ſum of Sixty two pounds eight ſhillings and eight pence far­thing.

Upon the Iſle of Wight, Two hundred and eight pounds two ſhillings and ſix pence farthing.

Upon the county of Suffolk, the monethly ſum of Four thouſand ſeven hundred ſixty three pounds one ſhilling and a peny.

Upon the county of Surrey, with the Borough of Southwark, the monethly ſum of One thouſand three hundred forty ſeven pounds and eight ſhillings.

Upon the county of Suſſex, and the Ports within the county of Suſſex, the monethly ſum of Two thouſand ſix hundred forty ſix9 pounds two ſhillings and nine pence three farthings.

Upon the county of Warwick, the monethly ſum of Six hun­dred twenty one pounds three ſhillings and ſix pence farthing.

Upon the city and county of Coventry, the monethly ſum of Seventy nine pounds and nineteen ſhillings.

Upon the county of Worceſter, the monethly ſum of Seven hundred and four pounds eighteen ſhillings and a half peny.

Upon the city and county of Worceſter, the monethly ſum of Forty three pounds five ſhillings and ſix pence three farthings.

Upon the county of Wilts, the monethly ſum of One thou­ſand four hundred twenty one pounds eighteen ſhillings and nine pence farthing.

Upon the county of Weſtmerland, the monethly ſum of Sixty ſix pounds nine ſhillings and two pence half peny.

Upon the Iſle of Angleſey, the monethly ſum of Fifty pounds ſeventeen ſhillings and ten pence.

Upon the county of Brecknock, the monethly ſum of One hundred and three pounds ſix ſhillings and eleven pence.

Upon the county of Cardigan, the monethly ſum of One hun­dred twenty two pounds nine ſhillings and ten pence three farthings.

Upon the county of Carmarthen, the monethly ſum of One hundred pounds fifteen ſhillings and ſix pence.

Upon the county of Carnarvan, the monethly ſum of Forty two pounds ſix ſhillings and five pence three farthings.

Upon the county of Denbigh, the monethly ſum of Fifty four pounds ſix ſhillings and ten pence half peny.

Upon the county of Flint, the monethly ſum of Thirty three pounds ſix ſhillings and four pence half peny.

Upon the county of Glamorgan, the monethly ſum of One10 hundred thirty one pounds fifteen ſhillings and ten pence.

Upon the county of Merioneth, the monethly ſum of Thirty one pounds eleven ſhillings and ſix pence.

Upon the county of Montgomery, the monethly ſum of One hundred twenty three pounds two ſhillings and eight pence farthing.

Upon the county of Pembroke, the monethly ſum of One hun­dred and ſixteen pounds four ſhillings and ſeven pence farthing.

Upon the county of Radnor, the monethly ſum of Seventy three pounds two ſhillings and ſeven pence half peny.

Upon the town of Haverford-weſt, the monethly ſum of Ten pounds two ſhillings and ſix pence three farthings.

And that the ſaid ſeveral ſums of money may be duly taxed, levied and paid as is hereafter directed; Be it farther Ordained by the Authority aforeſaid, That the perſons hereafter named ſhall be Commiſſioners for the ſeveral Cities, Counties and Places herein mentioned, to put this Ordinance in execution in the ſaid ſeveral and reſpective Counties, Cities and Places for which they are hereby reſpectively appointed Commiſſioners; viz.

For the Coun­ty of Bedford.SIr Beauchamp St. John Knight, Sir John Burgoyn Baronet, Sir Thomas Alſton Knight and Baronet, Sir Oliver Luke Knight, Sir Samuel Luke, Sir John Rolt, Sir Roger Burgoine, Sir William Boteler, and Sir John Thomſon, Knights, Thomas Rolt, Thomas Sad­ler, James Beverley, Lewis Monox, Edward O ſhorn, Robert Staugh­ton, Samuel Brown, Onſtow Winch, John Harvey, and Edward Cater Eſqs Clement Armiger Eſq; Humphrey Monox, Wil­liam Duncomb, John Vaux; Humphrey Fiſh, John Neal, and Thomas Dacres, Eſquires.
For the Town of Bedford.The Major of the Town of Bedford for the time being, Samuel Brown Recorder there, Francis Baniſter Doctor in Phy­ſick, Robert Hawes, Thomas Haws, Thomas Paradine, and Mr. Dacres.
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For the Coun­ty of Berks.William Lenthal Eſq; Speaker of the Houſe of Commons, and Maſter of the Rolls, Sir Francis Knollis Knight, Sir Fran­cis Pile Baronet, Sir Robert Pye Knight Senior, Sir Benjamin Rud­yard Knight, Henry Martin, Edmond Dunch, Richard White­head, Peregrine Hobby, Tanfield Vachel, John Lenthal, Will. Ball, Cornelius Holland, John Buckley, John Packer, Robert Packer, Da­niel Blagrave, George Purefoy, Samuel Dunch, Roger Knight, Humphrey Dolman, William Barker, William Hide, Will. Trum­bal, Thomas Fetteplace, John Southby, Thomas Morris, and Sa­muel Wightwick Eſqs
For the Coun­ty of Bucking­ham.Thomas Lord Viſcount Wenman, Sir Peter Temple Knight and Baronet, Richard Winwood, Bulſtrode Whitlock Eſquires, Sir William Andrews, Sir Richard Piggot, and Sir William Cob, Knights, Francis Drake Eſq; Iſaac Pennington Alderman of London, George Fleetwood Eſq; Sir Richard Ingoldſby Knight, Anthony Ratcliff, Thomas Lane, John Dormer, Richard Serjeant, Edmond Weſt, Thomas Bulſtrade, Simon Main, Henry Beck, An­thony Carpenter, Thomas Scot, Chriſtopher Egleton, Thomas Aires, Thomas Lygo, John Lane, William Ruſſel, William Theed of Craſton, William Wheeler of Redding Court, and John Doily, Eſquires, Sir Gilbert Gerrard Baronet, Chriſtopher Hen, Thomas Wyan, Richard Baldwin and John Barringer Gent. Richard Brown Eſq; Sir Gregory Norton Baronet, Valentine Walton, Thomas Shilbourn, George Baldwin and William Short Eſquires, Cornelius Holland Eſq; Thomas Terrel, Richard Greenvile, Eſ­quires, Sir Richard Napier Knight, John Deverel, Thomas Theed Gent. Henry Andrews, John Eccleſton Eſquires.
For the Coun­ty of Cam­bridge.Sir Dudley North Knight of the Bath, Sir John Maynard Knight of the Bath, Sir Miles Sandis, Sir James Reynolds, Knights, Oliver Cromwel, James Reynolds, Francis Ruſſel, Robert Reynolds, Thomas Symonds, Thomas Ducket, Robert Caſtle, John Crane, Michael Dalton, Killiphet Ruſſell, Talbot Pepis, William Lemman, Dudley Pope, Thomas Bendiſh, Eſquires, Robert Clerk, John Welbore, Edward Clench, Edward Leeds, James Thomſon, William James, John Chevery, John Raven

Mr. Reynolds of Triploe, Dr. Sawyer, John12 Robſon Gent. Philip Story, Dr. Richard Stone, John Roper, John Parker.

For the Vni­verſity and Town of Cambridge.The Major for the time being, John Lowry Alderman, Sa­muel Spalding, Alderman French, Alderman Robſon, Talbot Pepys, Richard Foxton, Richard Temes, Eſquires, James Blackley, Alderman Temes, Edward Almond, Henry Lucas.
Iſle of Ely.Sir Miles Sands, Sir Edward Patherich, Oliver Cromwel, George Clapthorn, John Hubbert, and William March Eſquires, Richard Stone Doctor of phyſick, Thomas Caſtle, Triſtrum Dia­mond, George Farwel, and William Fiſher Eſquires,
For the Coun­ty of Cheſter.Sir George Booth Knight and Baronet, Sir William Brereton, Thomas Stanley, Henry Brook, John Bradſhaw, Robert Ducken­field, Henry Vernon, John Crew, Thomas Morbury, George Booth, Henry Birkhead, Henry Green, William Towchet, Roger Wilbra­ham, Peter Warberton and William Davies, Eſquires, John Wet­nal Gent. George Warburton Eſq; Philip Manwaring Eſq; Hen­ry Delves Eſq; Robert Venables and William Maſſey, Eſquires, Robert Greg, and James Louden Gent.
For the City of Cheſtr.The Major for the time being, John Ratcliff Eſq; Recorder, John Alderſay, Peter Leigh, William Edwards, Merchants, Richard Leiceſter, Alderman Calven, Calven Bruen, Samuel Buck, Robert Greg, Merchants, and Mr. Robert Wright, Alderman, Chriſtopher Bleaſe, Robert Whitby, Edward Bradſhaw, Owen Hughes, Richard Bradſhaw, John Whittle, William Crompton, and John Johnſon Aldermen, and John Wyn Citizen.
For the Coun­ty of Cornwal.Francis Buller, Richard Eryſey, Thomas Arundel, Francis G­dolphin of Trevenger, Anthony Nicol, Sir Samuel Rolls Knight, Robert Scawen Eſq; John Elliot, John St. Aubin, John Trefuſis, John Moil, Hugh Boſcawen, George Kekewich, John Trefuſis junior, Thomas Gewen, Richard Chiverton, Chriſtopher Worthival, Anthony Rowſe, Nicholas Waddam, Henry Wills, Robert Bennet, Richard Carter, Edward Elliot, John Martin, Richard Penwar­ren, William Ceely, Robert Martin and John Cary of Penwarden, Eſquires, Leonard Trecy Eſq; Robert Roll, Nicholas Trefuſis,13 Edward Herle, Francis Wills, John Vivian, Francis Buller of Tregarick, Peter Jenking, John Penroſe, John Thomas, James Parker, William Glyn, Edmond Prideaux of Badſtow, Francis Courtney, Richard Lovis, John Nicol, Roger Porter, John Jugo, Nicholas Seache, Thomas Waddon, James Ereſey, John Penroſe.
For the Coun­ty of Cumber­land.Sir Wilford Lawſon Knight, William Lawſon, William Briſcoe, Thomas Lamplough, Richard Barwis, John Barwis Senior, Eſquires, William Armyn, and Richard Tolſon, E­ſquires; John Skelton of Armathwaite, Thomas Curwen of Sellapark Eſq; Miles Halton, Thomas Barwis, Michael Studholm, John Hudſon, John Stoddard, Richard Ʋriel Gent. Thomas Croiſton, Thomas Croſtwhait Merchants, Henry Tolſon Colonel Cholmley Eſquires, and Ambroſe Nicholſon Eſq;
For the Coun­ty of Darby. MSir George Griſley, and Sir John Curſon Knights and Baronets, Sir John Gell, Sir Edward Cook, and Sir Fran­cis Burder, Baronets, Sir Edward Leich, Sir John Cook, and Sir Samuel Sleigh, Knights, Ralph Clark, Chriſtopher Horton, William Wolly, Nicholas Leak, Eſquires, Rowland Moremood, John Munday, Randolph Aſhenhurſt, Henry Wig­fal, John Wigley, and Robert Eure, Eſquires, Thomas San­ders, George Pool, Edward Large, William Savil, and Ed­ward CharltoGent. and Francis Revel Eſq;
Darby.
The Major for the time being, Robert Wilmot, James Abney, Eſquires, Thomas Gell Eſq; Recorder; Nathaniel Hallows, Luke Whitington, and Robert Meller Aldermen, Mr. Ed­ward Peg, Gervas Bennet, Nicholas Wilmot, Eſqs and Francis Revel Gent.
For the Coun­ty of Devon.Sir Samuel Role Knight, Sir John Bampfield Ba­ronet, Sir Richard Strode, Sir Edmund Fowel, Ed­mund Fowel Eſq; Joſias Caldmady, Sir Henry Roſewel, and Sir John Young, Knights, Walter Young, Edmund Pride­aux, Iohn Maynard, Iohn Harris of Hain, Francis Rouſe, Iohn Waddon, Iohn Rolles, William Frie, Philip14 Crooker, Robert Savery, Elias Grimes, Arthur Ʋpton, Richard Gilbert, Iohn Mullock of Axmouth, Thomas Crew, Charls Vaugham, Iohn Beare, Henry Pollexfin, Iohn Kelly of Kelly Eſq; Philip Skippon Eſq; Major Ge­neral, The Major of Plymouth for the time being, Iohn Barton of Silverton, Iohn Champneys, Thomas Boon, Philip Harris, Ioſeph Huntkine, Iohn Marſhal, Philip Francis, Thomas Ceely, Richard Evans, Timothy Alſop, Iuſtinian Peard, Christopher Ceely, Sampſon Heal Eſq; Sir Gregory Norton Baronet, Sir Francis Drake Baronet, Iohn Drake of Aſh Eſq; William Baſtard Eſq; Chriſtopher Sa­very Eſq; Sir Iohn Pool Baronet, Chriſtopher Wood Eſq; Robert Duke of Otterton Eſq; William Fowel Eſq; Thomas Drake of Wiſcomb Eſq; Matthew Hele Eſq; Peter Bevis, Robert Roll Eſqs; Iohn Doddrig Eſq; Richard Wood Eſq; Edmond Davis, Iohn Drake, Iohn Elford, Iohn Tuckfield Eſqs; Sir Nicholas Mar­tin Knight, Sir Iohn Northcot Baronet, Lewis Grimes, Hugh Forteſcue, and Iohn Forteſcue Eſquires, The Major of Dartmouth for the time being, Hugh Trevilian Eſq; Peter Specot, William Morris, Eſquires, Iohn Foun­tain Eſq; Iohn Bury, Iohn Quick, Eſquires, Edmund Parker Edmund Anſcot, Iohn Wallacobe, and Nicholas Prideaux, Nicholas Roop, Iohn Vaughan, and Iohn Carew Eſquires, the Major of Phymouth.
For the City and County of Exon.The Major for the time being, Walter White Major, Ed­mund Prideaux Eſq; Recorder, Simon Snow Eſq; Iohn Hackwel, Adam Bennet, Richard Saunders, Chriſtopher Clark, Iames Gould, Richard Croſſing, Iohn Lavering, Richard Evans, Samuel Clark, Nicholas Brocin Gent.
For the Coun­ty of Dorſet.Charls Lord Cranborn, Denzil Hols Eſq; Sir Walter Erle Knight, Iohn Brown, Edond Prideaux, Thomas Erle, Thomas Moor, Iohn Trenchard, Dean••Bond, Tho­mas Grove, Roger Hill, Giles Green, Richard Roſe, E­ſquires; Sir Thomas Trenchard Knight, Iohn Bond Doctor15 of the Civil Law, John Fitz-james junior, Francis Chet­tle, Thomas Crompton, Elias Bond, William Huſſey, Bar­tholomew Hall, Thomas Ceely, Henry Henley, and John Hill, Eſquires, and Richard Bury Gent. William Sydenham ſen. William Sydenham jun. John Whiteway, William Derby, George Thornhill, John Bingham Eſq; Sir Anthony Aſhley-Cooper Baronet, Richard Bingham Eſq; Richard Bradret, John Foy Eſq; Chriſtopher Erle, John Squib Eſqs Wal­ter Foy Eſq; Robert Bo••ler Eſq; Jo: Arthur Eſq; Lewis Williams Eſq; John Arnold Gent.
For the Town and County of Pool.The Major for the time being, John Bingham Eſq; George Scut Senior, Auran Durel, Haviland Healy, Wil­liam Scut, and John Melmouth Gentlemen, Henry Har­ding, George Scut Junior.
For the Coun­ty of Durham.Sir Henry Vane Senior Knight, Sir Henry Vane Junior, Sir Richard Bellaſis Knight, Sir George Vane, John Black­ſtone, Charls Vane, Richard Lilbourn, Henry Warmouth, George Lilbourn, Robert Hutton, Thomas Shadfurth, Chriſtopher Falthorp, Clement Falthorp, Francis Wren, Equires, Sir William Selby, Thomas Mitford Eſq; The Major of Durham for the time being, Chriſtopher Foul­thorp, Thomas Bows, Clement Foulthorp, Timothy Whit­tingham, Thomas Shadfurth, George Grey, Gentlemen.
For the Eaſt-Riding of the County of York.Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight, Sir Francis Bointon Baronet, Sir William Conſtable Baronet, Sir Richard Darley Knight, Vice-com. Sir William Strick­land Knight and Baronet, Sir Philip Stapleton, Knight, Sir William Allenſon Knight, Sir William Saint Quain­ton Baronet, Francis Thorp, John Anlaby, Richard Dar­ley, John Allured, John Nelthorp, James Nelthorp, The Major of Beverly for the time being, Joſeph Mickle­thwait, Robert Legard, Chriſtopher Ridley, John Stil­lington, Richard Robinſon, and Walter Strickland, Eſquires, Charls Bows Eſq;
For the North Riding.Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight,16 Sir John Danvers, Sir Francis Bointon Baronet, Sir Wil­liam Strickland Baronet, Sir Richard Darley Knight, Sir John Bourchier Knight, Sir William Allenſon Knight, Sir Henry Cholmley Knight, Sir Thomas Norcliff, Sir Henry Franklin Knights, John Waſtel, Henry Darley, Brian Stapleton, Luke Robinſon, Thomas Hoil, Walter Strickland, Francis Laſſels, Thomas Challenor, James Chal­lenor, William Aiſcough, George Trotter, George Mar­wood, Ralph Reymeir, John Waters, Eſquires, George Ewre, Eſq; Henry Franklin Eſq; The Bayliffs of Scarborough for the time being, and the Aldermen of Richmond.
For the weſt Riding.Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight, Sir Thomas Maleverer Baronet, Sir Philip Stapleton Knight, Sir William Liſter Knight, Sir Charls Egerton, Knight, Sir Henry Cholmley, Henry Arthington, William White, Thomas Stockdale, Eſquires, Sir Edward Rhodes, Sir John Savile, and Sir Robert Barwick, Knights, Charls Fairfax, John Farer, Thomas St. Nicholas, Thomas Dickin­ſon, William Armitage, John Claiton, Alexander Johnſon, Eſquires, and Sampſon Cooper Alderman of Rippon.
For the City of York.The Lord Major for the time being, Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight, Sir William Allenſon Knight, Sir Thomas Widdrington Knight and Recorder, Sir Robert Barwick Knight, Thomas Hoil, Henry Thomſon, John Geldard, Stephen Watſon, Thomas Dickinſon, Robert Horner, and Leonard Thomſon, Aldermen.
For the Town and County of kingſton up­on Hull.The Major for the time being, Sir Henry Vane Junior, Peregrine Pelham, Eſq; John Barnard, Lancelot Roper, Thomas Rakes, John Rogers and Richard Wood, Gentlemen, Nicholas Denman, William Pople, John Chambers, Joſeph, Blades, Aldermen.
For the Coun­ty of Eſſex.Sir John Barrington Knight and Baronet, Sir Harbottle Grimſton Knight and Baronet, Sir William Hicks, Sir William Maſham, Sir Richard Everard, Baronets, Sir Martin Lumley Knight and Baronet, Sir Thomas Cheek,17 Sir Henry Mildmay of Wanſtead, Sir William Roe, Sir Hen­ry Holroft, Sir Thomas Honywood, Sir William Martin, Sir Robert Kempe Knights, Harbottle Grimſton, James Camble, William Maſham, John Sair, Timothy Middleton, Henry Mildmay of Graces, Edward Birkhead, William Ʋmphrevile, Oliver Raymond, Anthony Luther, Deane Tindall, Robert Barrington, Robert Smith, Sampſon Sheffeld, Thomas Cooke, Carey Mildmay, Richard Harlackenden, Robert Wiſeman of Mayland, John Eldred, John Joſlin, Robert Bourne, John Meed, John Eden, Thomas Clapton, Arthur Barnardiſton, Iſaac Allen of Haſeley, William Gouldingham, William Atwood, John Atwod, Peter Whitcombe, John Brooke, John Harvey, Henry Wiſeman, Henry Barrington, Robert Young, Francis Stonehard, George Walton, John Watkins, John Langley, Ioachim Matthewes Eſquires, Richard Wiſeman, John Langley of Colcheſter, Thomas Cooke, John Sorrell, William Turner of Wimbich, Robert Veſay, Jeremy Ailett, Willi­am Collard, Robert Crane, Doctor Read of Beauchanger, Robert Calthrop, Thomas Adams of Thackſtead, Richard Hawkin of Harwich, John Aliſton, William Harlackenden, John Thorogood of Walden, Iſaac Wincoll, Thomas Talcott, Samuel Plume, John Shaw the younger, Francis Willi­amſon of Walden, Francis Nicholſon, John Feimige, Robert Talcott, Thomas Allyett, Robert Maidſtone Gentlemen, John Brewſter Gentleman, Samuel Fryborne Eſquire, Colo­nell Thomas Ayloffe.
Colcheſter.The Major of Colcheſter for the time being, Har­bottle Grimſtone Eſquire Recorder, John Ioſelin Deputy Re­corder. Henry Barrington, John Langley, Robert Buck­ſtone, Ralph Harriſon, Thomas Wade, Mr. Cox and Willaim Cook, Aldermen.
For the County of Glouceſter.Sir Giles Overbury Knight, James Fiennis Eſquire, Nathaniell Stephens Eſquire, Sir John Horton Knight, Ed­ward Stephens, Sir Richard Onflow Knight, Sir William Hicks Baronet, John Stephens, Thomas Stephens Eſquires, Richard Stephens Eſquire, Sir John Seymour Knight, Edward18 Popham, John Lenthall Eſquires, Walter Kirle, Anthony Clif­ford Eſquires, William Leigh, Silvanus Wood, Thomas Hodges, Samuel Codrington, Thomas Pury, William Browne, William Try, Thomas Walter, Robert Holdſworth, William Sheppard, Matthew Herbert Eſquires, John Codrington Eſq; John Fettiplace, Thomas Eaſtcourt Eſquires, Steven Fowler Gentleman, Matthew Huntley, William Stafford and Philip Langley Senior, John Sarkvill, Anthony Kinſcott, Thomas Walter of Hartfield and Richard Aldworth Eſquires.
For the Ci­ty of Glou­ceſter, & the County of the City.The Major for the time being, William Lenthall Eſquire, Speaker of the Houſe of Commons, and Recorder of the ſaid City, John Lenthall, Thomas Pury, John Brewſter, Thomas Hill, William Singleton, Dennis Wiſe, Nicholas Webb, and John Dorney Eſquires.
For the County of Hereford.Sir Robert Harley Knight of the Bath, Sir Edward Powell Knight and Baronet, Sir John Kirle Baronet, Sir Robert Pye Knight ſenior, Walter Kirle, Francis Kirle, Edward Harley, Robert Kirle, Thomas Baskervile, Ambroſe Elton ſe­nior, William Littleton, Edward Broughton, Samuell Moor, John Flacket ſenior, John Flacket Junior, Thomas Rawlins, Martin Huſbands, Francis Pember, Samuel Trotman, Iohn Patſhall, William Crowther, Iohn Iames, Henry Iones, Iohn Cholmeley, Colonel Iohn Birth, and Thomas Blaney Eſquires, Nathaniel Wright Doctor in Phyſick.
For the County of Hertford.Charles Lord Viſcount Cranborne, Robert Cerill Eſquire, Sir Richard Lucy Knight and Baronet; Sir Iohn Garratt, and Sir Iohn Read Baronetts, Sir Thomas Dacres, Sir William Litton, and Sir Iohn Witterronge Knights, Richard Iennings, Row. Litton, Ralph Freeman, W. Leamon, W. Prieſtly, Thomas Tooke, Edward Wingate, and Iohn Heydon Eſquires, Iohn King Doctor of Phyſick, Alexander Wilde, Richard Por­ter, Gabriell Barber, Captaine Scroggs, and Gravely Norton Eſquires, William Carter, Thomas Meade, William Dawges, Iſaac Pulper Gentlemen, Iohn Healing, Iohn Humer­ſton, Iohn Robotham, Ioſeph Dalton of Hertford, Wil­liam Foxwiſt Eſquire, Iohn Pemberton and Roger Pem­berton18 Eſquires, Sir Brockett Spencer Baronet, Thomas Dock­wray Iohn Humerſton ſenior, Edmund Smith, and Thomas Da­cres Eſquires.
St Albans.The Major for the time being, William Foxwiſt Eſquire Recorder, Iohn King Doctor of Phyſicke, Iohn Robotham, and Iohn Pemberton Eſquires, Roger Pemberton and William Leaman Eſquires.
For the County of HuntingtonGeorge Mountague, Edward Mountague, Valentine Wal­ton, Onflow Winch, Abraham Burrell, Terrill Iocelin, and Oliver Cromwell Eſquires, Sir William Armine Knight and Baronet, Thomas Templer, Iohn Bonner, Robert Vintner, and William Drury Gentlemen, Maſter Robert Robſon, Do­ctor Simcots, William Leaman Eſquire, Sir Thomas Dacres, Knight, Iohn Baldwin, Adam Hill, Nicholas Pedly and Iohn Caſtell Eſquires.
Kent.Iohn Bois of Fretvill Eſquire, Iohn Bois of Beauchanger Eſquire, Sir William Strickeland, Sir Edward Monins, Sir Iames Oxenden Knights, Henry Oxenden Eſquire, Sir Tho­mas Pierce, Iohn Dixwell, Colonell Henry Honywood, Sir Richard Hardreſſe, Alderman Sabine, Robert Hales Eſquire, Sir Thomas Godfrey, Sir Michaell Liveſay, Colonel William Kenwricke, Maſter Bixe, Captaine Humphrey Scott, Cap­taine Plummer Senior, Captaine Thomas Plummer Junior, Sir Edward Scot, Maſter Robert Scot, Sir Iohn Hony-wood, Captaine Thomas Weſtrow, Captaine Thomas Broadnax, Sir Henry Heyman, Sir Peter Godfrey, Lambert Godfrey, Ri­chard Browne, Colonel Iohn Browne, Sir Iohn Sedley. The Major of Maidſtone for the time being, Sir Iohn Rivers, Sir Humphrey Tufton, Sir Iſaac Sedley, Captaine Auguſtine Skinner, Captaine Richard Beale, Captaine Richard Lee, Maſter Goerge Newman, Sir Iohn Rayney, Sir Nicholas Mil­ler, William Iames, William Skinner, and Anthony Ham­mond Eſquires; Sir Thomas Walſingham, Sir Thomas Stiles Baronets, Sir Anthony Weldon, Maſter Tho. Blunt, Maſter Thomas Seliard, William Boothby, Edward Bois of Beauchan­ger Eſquire, William Read of Folkſtone. The Major of20 Dover for the time being; Stephen Monins, William Skinner Eſquire, John Twiſleton, Colonel Tomſon, John Golwell Eſquire and Edward Aſh Eſquire, Sir Edward Maſters, John Nut Eſquire, and Sir William Man.
For the City and County of the City of Canter­bury.The Maior for the time being, Sir Edward Maſters, Sir William Man, Sir John Roberts, Knights; Thomas Den Re­corder, John Nutt, Edward Maſters, Thomas Scot, Eſquires; Avery Sabine, Allen Epps Gent. John Ladd and John Lee Al­dermen.
For the County of Lancaſter.Sir Ralph Aſhton, S r Thomas Stanley Baronets; Richard Aſhton of Downham, Ralph Aſhton of Middleton, Richard Chuttleworth, Alexander Rigby, John Moore, Richard Holland, Edward Butterworth, John Bradſhaw, William Aſhhurſt, Pe­ter Egerton, John Nowel, George Dodding, Nicholas Conliffe, John Starkey, Thomas Birch, and Thomas Fell Eſquires; Ro­bert Conliffe, Robert Curwin Gent. Thomas Chittam of Nut­hurſt, Savile Ratcliffe Eſquire, John Halſtead of Rooly, William Shaw, Edward Werden, and Samuel Birch of Ard­wick, Gent.
For the County of Leiceſter.Thomas Lord Grey, Theophilus Grey, Sir Edward Hartop ſenior, Sir Arthur Haſlerig, Sir George Villers Baronet, Sir Martin Lister, Sir Thomas Hartop, Sir Roger Smith, Quarles, John St. John, Thomas Babington, Peter Temple, Arthur Stavely, Henry Smith, Thomas Haſlerigg, William Hewit, William Noel and Francis Hacker, Thomas Beaumont, William Danvers, Thomas Cotten, John Stafford, Thomas Pu­chin, William Shereman, Thomas Goddard, and William Jeſſon Eſquires; John Goodman, John Swinfield, and Francis Smal­ley Gentlemen; William Stanley, Richard Ludlam and Ed­ward Cradock Aldermen; VVilliam Benbridge.
For the County of Lincoln. Lindſey.Edward Lord Clinton, VVill. Pierpont, Nathaniel Fiennes Eſquires; Sir John VVray Knight and Baronet, Sir VVilliam Armin Baronet, Sir Edward Ayſcough, Sir Hamond VVhichcot, Sir Anthony Irby Knights; John VVray, Francis Fines alias Clinton, Edmund Ayſcough, Thomas Grantham, Thomas Hat­thet, Edmund Andarſon; Mollineux Diſney, Henry Pelham21 Eſquires; Edward Roſſiter, VVilliam VVray, Francis Thor­nah, VVilliam Owfield, Francis Muſſenden, VVilliam VVolley, Charles Hall, Henry Maſſenbeard, Deyner Maſſenbeard, Ale­xander Emerſor, Thomas Roſſeter, John Sheffeild, VVilliam Broxholme, John Nelthorp_____Richard Bri­an, Iſaac Knight, Edward Skinner, and Vincent Amcotts E­ſquires; Thomas Rand, and Nehemiah Rauſan Gentlemen.
For the parts of Keſteven.
Keſteven.Edward Lord Clinton, VVilliam Pierpont Eſquire, Sir VVil­liam Armin, Sir Richard Earle, Sir John Brownelow, Sir VVil­liam Brownelow, Sir Thomas Trollopp Baronets; Sir Hamond Whichcott Knight, Thomas Grantham, Thomas Hatcher, Ale­xander Popham, Thomas Liſter, Mountague Cholmeley, Fran­cis Pierpont, VVilliam Armin, Henry Pelham, Edmund Hall, VVilliam VVelby, John VVeaver, Richard VVilliams, VVilliam Dowman, Thomas Diſney, Mollineux Diſney, VVilliam Ellis Eſquires; Edward Skipwith, John Archer, VVilliam Bury, VVilliam Savile, Thomas Cornewallis, VVilliam Thompſon Eſquires; the Alderman of Stamford and the Alderman of Grantham for the time being.
For the parts of Holland.
Holland.Sir Thomas Trollopp Baronet, Sir Anthony Irby Knight, William Ellis, William Lorton, Iames Harrington, Thomas Ogle, Thomas Read, Iohn Harrington, Thomas Irby, Iohn Hobſon, Iohn Willesby, Samuel Cuſt, Francis Muſſenden Eſquires; Thomas_____William Hobſon, Francis Empſon, Thomas Hall, Wyat Perkins, Edward Tylſon, Iohn_____Martin Iohnſon Gentlemen.
For the Borough of Boſton in the County of Lincoln.
Boſton.The Major for the time being; William Ellis Eſquire, Re­corder, Edward Tilſon, Iohn Whiting, Thomas Askam, Charles Emſon, Thomas Welby, Thomas Law, Thomas Tooley Alder­men; Edmund Tilſon Alderman, Iohn Hobſon, William Hob­ſon, Francis Empſon, Iohn Browne, Charles Empſon, Wyat Per­kins, Iohn Whiting, Thomas Welby, Thomas Hall, and Martin Johnſon Gent.
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For the City of Lincoln.The Major for the time being, Henry Pelham Recorder, William Marſhal Alderman, Thomas Marſhal Alderman, Alderman Goodnap, Alderman Brasbridge, Captain Origen Pert Alderman, Edward Emis Alderman.
The City of London.Sir John Gayer Knight, Lord Major of London, the Lord Major for the time being, Iſaac Penington Alderman, Sir Iohn Wollaſton Knight, Thomas Atkins Alderman, Thomas Adams Alderman, Iohn Glyn Eſquire, Recorder, Sir Iohn Cordall, Sir Thomas Soame, Sir Iacob Gerrard, Knights and Aldermen; Iohn Warner Alderman, Abraham Renoldſon, Sir George Gar­rard Knight and Alderman, Sir George Clerke Knight and Alderman, Iohn Langham, Thomas Andrews, Iohn Foulke, Iames Bunce, William Gibbs, Richard Chambers, Thomas Foot, Iohn Kenricke, Thomas Cullam, Symon Edmonds, Samuel A­very, George Witham, Iohn Bide, Thomas Vinor, Aldermen; Samuel Vaſſall and Iohn Venne Eſquires.
For the County of Middleſex, City and Liberty of Weſtmin­ſter.George Earl of Deſmond, Sir Henry Vane ſenior Knight, Sir Richard Winne Knight and Baronet; Sir Gilbert Gerrard Ba­ronet, Sir Edward Barkham Knight and Baronet, Sir Thomas Fowler Knight and Baronet, Sir Richard Sprignall Baronet, Sir Gregory Norton Baronet, Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath, Sir Iohn Danvers, Sir Iohn Franklin, Sir Robert Pye ſenior, Sir Iohn Hippeſley, Sir William Roberts, Sir Iohn Trevor, Sir Iames Harrington, Sir Edward Powell Knights, the Lieu­tenant of the Tower of London for the time being, Iohn Glyn Eſquire, Recorder of the Cities of London & Weſtminſter, Laurence Whittacre, Francis Gerrard, Iohn Huxley, Iohn Tren­chard, William Wheeler, Iohn Morris, Richard Dounton, Thomas Lane, Iohn Spelman, Robert Scawen, Humphrey Edwards, Iohn Browne, Iohn Packer, Robert Packer, Iuſtinian Pagett, and Tho­mas Swallow, Thomas Falconbridge, and Laurence Swetman Eſquires; William Bell, George Manley, William Hawkins, Iohn Brigham, William Barnes, Stephen Bourman, and Edward Martin Gent. Silvanus Taylor; Iohn Honner, Iames Parcoll, Ralph Hall, Iſaac Penington Alderman of London, William Leaman, William Iones Eſquires; Sir Tho. Middleton Knight,23 Edward Carter, Solomon Smith, Daniel Procter, Iohn Hooker, Ioſias Barners, Gilbert Gerrard, Iohn Hawtree, Thomas Marſh, William Ball, Thomas Hubard, Iames Prince Eſquires.
For the County of Monmouth.Iohn Herbert Eſquire, Sir Trevor Williams, Thomas Mor­gan, William Herbert, Henry Herbert, William Morgan, Ed­mond Morgan, Thomas Herbert, Thomas Hughs, William Iones, William Baker, Thomas Pury jun. Henry Baker, Iohn Parry, Iohn Walter, Iohn Hanbury Eſquires; Henry Vaughan, Christopher Catchney, William Blethin, Roger Williams, William Packer, Rice Williams Gent.
For the County of Northam­pton.Lord Fitz-Williams, William Ward Eſq; high Sheriff of the County, Sir Iohn Dreydon, Sir Gilbert Pickering Baronet; George Mountague, Iohn Crew, Zouch Tate Eſquires; Sir Chri­ſtopher Yelverton Knight and Baronet, Richard Knightley E­ſquire, Sir Iohn Norwich, ſir Edward Nichols Baronets, ſir Richard Samuel, ſir Humphrey Orme Knights; Iohn Barnard, Richard Knightley, Edward Hanbury, Philip Holeman, Edward Harby, Richard Samuel, Iohn Norton, Iohn Claypoole, Iohn Thornton, Thomas Pentloe, Richard Owſley, Thomas Elmes ſe­nior, and William Ieſſon, Iohn Cartwright, William Lifle, Tho­mas Andrews and Richard Andrews Eſquires; ſir Iohn Eger­ton, ſir Samuel Danvers Baronets; ſir Iohn Danvers Knight, Robert Andrews Eſquire, Oliver Saint-John, Toby Chancey, Thomas Brook, Richard Triſt, Iohn Wiſeman, William Dreyden, Eraſmus Dreyden, William Barnard, Eſquires; Henry Free­man, Francis Quarles the younger, Richard Triſt the younger Gent. Iohn Clerk, Edward Shughburgh, Ed. Farmer, Edw. On­ly, Iohn Parker, Iohn Cleypoole Eſquires; William Lewis Gent.
For the Town of Northam­pton.The Major of Northampton for the time being, Io. Gifford, Iohn Fiſher, and Francis Ruſhworth, Aldermen.
For the County of Notting­ham.Denſell Hollis, Wil. Pierpont F. Pierpoint Eſq; ſir Ed. Wort­ley Knight, Sir William Liſter Knight, Francis Thornhagh, Iohn Hutchinſon, Gervas Piggot, Gilbert Millington, Ioſeph Widmerpool, Charles White, Nicholas Charlton, Clement Spel­man, Iervis Raynes, Henry Ireton, Edward Ayſcough Eſquires, Iohn Maſon, Gervas Lomax, Wil. Nix, Iohn Martin Gent.
Retford.The Bailiff of Retford for the time being, Sir Hardolph Waſtneyes Baronet, Hardolph Waſtneyes, Edward Nevil, Ri­chard24 Dobſon, William Clerkſon, Miles Newton. Eſquires, Chriſtopher Huſſey, Thomas Briſtow, and Iohn Pinder Gent.
For the Town and County of Notting­ham.The Maior for the time being, Francis Pierpont, Gilhert Millington, Iames Chadwick Eſquires, Huntington Plumtree Doctor of Phyſick, Iohn Iames Alderman, William Nix Alderman, Charles White Eſquire, Nicholas Charleton Eſq; Iohn Gregory Gent. Gervas Lomax Gent.
For the County of Norfolk.Sir Thomas Woodhouſe. Knight and Baronet, ſir Iohn Hol­land Baronet, Sir Iohn Pots Knight and Baronet, Sir Iohn Ho­bart Knight and Baronet, Sir William Paſton Baronet, Sir Iohn Palgrave Knight and Baronet, Sir Richard Berney Ba­ronet, Sir Iſaac Aſtley Knight and Baronet, Sir William Playter Knight and Baronet, Sir Ralph Hare Baronet, Sir Va­lentine Pell Knight, Sir Miles Hubart Knight of the Bath, Sir William Doyley Knight, Sir Thomas Beddingfield, Sir Tho­mas Guibon, Sir Thomas Gawdy, Sir Edward Aſtley, Sir Tho­mas Hoogan; and Sir George Windham Knights, William Heveningham, Framlingbam Gaudy, Iohn Spelman, Iohn Coke, Iames Calthorpe, Eraſmus Earle, Miles Corbet, Francis Iermy, Robert Wood, Thomas Windham, Thomas Atkin, Iohn Bux­ton, Gregory Gawſell, Philip Skippon, Philip Beddingfeild, Iohn Houghton, Robert Haughton, Ia. Scamler, Io. Walpoole, Ro. Wal­poole, Ed. Chamberlaine, Tho. Ruſſell, Robert Wilton, Robert Ier­my, Hamond Ward, Thomas Wilde, Samuel Smith, Thomas Sou­therton, Rob. Sheppard, Edw. Heyward, Roger Townſend, Tho­mas Waller, Thomas Wright, Robert Long, Iohn Web, Iames de Grey Eſquires, Iohn Reimes, Henry King, William Coney, Iohn Brewſter Gent. Edward Gawdy, Robert Rich, Martin Sedley, Henry Tailor, George Hunt Eſq; Toby Frier, Thomas Toll, Eſq; Gabriell Barber Dr. of Phyſick, Simon Smith, and Iohn Beckham Eſquires, Thomas Lincolne of Thetford.
For Lynn Regis.The Major of Lynne Regis for the time being, Miles Cor­beEſquire Recorder, Thomas Toll Eſq; Iohn May of Lynn Alderman, Thomas Nelſon Alderman, Thomas Robinſon Al­derman, Bartholomew Wormall Alderman.
For Yar­mouth.Edward Owner and Charles Gooth Bailiffs, and the Bailiffs of Yarmouth for the time being, Miles Corbet Eſq; Recor­der, Thomas Iohnſon, and Robert Gower of Yarmouth Ald.
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For the Ci­ty & Coun­ty of Nor­wich.Henry Wats Major, and the Major for the time being; Samuel Smith, Recorder; Eraſmus Earle Steward, Thomas Arkin, Alder­man of London; Jo. Tooley, Jo. Thacker, Chr. Barret, Tho-Baker, and Adrian Parmenter, Eſquires; Maſter Thomas Barret and Ma­ſter Barnard Church, and the Sheriffes for the time being; Matthew Peckoyer, Henry Wats, Samuel Puckell, Mathew Linſey, Thomasofts and William Symonds, Aldermen; John Salter, John Grey, ſamuel Brewſter, John Cullier, John Tofts, Henry King and Tho­mas Waſted, Gent.
For the County of Northum­berland.Sir John Fenwicke, Knight and Baronet; Sir John de la Vall, Sir Thomas Widdrington, Sir Robert Collingwood, Sir William Selby〈◊〉Twiſell, Knight; Thomas Middleton, George Fenwicke, Williamenwicke, Robert Clavering, William Shaftoe, Robert Fenwicke, Thomas Lorraigne Henry Ogle. John Salkeild, Charles Middleton,dward Fenwicke of Stanton, William Babingham, and John Hall,ſquires; Ralph Salkeild, Gent. Thomas Pye, Gent. Henry Horſley,ent. Edward Fenton of Stanton, Eſquire; George Payler, Eſq.
For the County of Oxford.William Lenthall Eſquire Speaker of the Houſe of Commons, and Maſter of the Rolles, Thomas Lord Viſcount Wenman, Sir Johnanvers, Knight; Iames Fiennes, Iohn Fiennes, Eſquires; Sireter Temple, Knight and Baronet: Sir Robert Pye, ſen. Knight;ir Will. Cobb, Knight; John Doiley, John Thynn, Thomas Knight, William Tipping, Robert Scroop, Edward Clarke, Edmund Dunch,•••d Bulſtrode Whitlocke Eſquires; Sir Peter Wentworth, Knight〈◊〉the Bath; Sir Nathaniel Brent Knight; Sir James Harrington,night; Iohn Lenthall, Thomas Tipping, Edward Dynon, Bar­olomew Hall, William Draper, Thomas Apletree Robert Ien­nſon, Richard Cope, Eſquires; Henry Goodwin, William Bar­olomew, Gent. Iohn Tanner, and Thomas Hales, Eſquires;incent Barry, Eſquire.
For the Vni­verſity and City of Oxford.The Major for the time being, Bulſtrode VVhitelocke, Eſquirecorder, Iohn Doyley, Eſquires; Sir Nathaniel Brent, Knight;••hn Selden, Eſquire; D. Cleyton, Dr. Saunders, Diggery Whearent. Alderman Southam, John Nixon, Alderman; Aldermanhiſtler, and M. Thomas Dennis.
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For the County of Rutland.Thomas Lord Grey of Grooby, Sir Edward Harrington, Knight and Baronet; Sir James Harrington, Knight; Evers Armin, Tho­mas Waite, John Osborne, Thomas Levet, Chriſtopher Browne Robert Horſeman, and Samuel Barker, Eſquires; John Hatcher John Greene and William Busby, Gent. Win. Srice, Gent. and Ed­ward Horman, Gent.
For the Towne and County of Newcaſtle upon Tyne. The Major for the time being John Bakiſton, Eſquire; Edward Wright Eſquire Recorder; Henry Warmouth, Henry Dawſon, Tho­mas Ledyard. William Dawſon, Thomas Bonner, George Dawſon, Aldermen; Henry Rawlin, Sheriffe; Edward Man, Chriſtopher Nicholſon, Robert Elliſon, Gent. George Fenwicke, Robert Young George Blakiſton Phineas Allen Gent. M. Pailer.
For the County of Salop.William Pierpoint, Eſquire; Sir John Corbet, Baronet; Robert Wallop, Thomas Mitton, Thomas Nichols, Humphrey Mackworth, Walter Long Robert Corbet, Andrew Floyd of Aſton, Lanceld Lee, Thomas Hunt, John Corbet, Eſquires; Sir Humphrey Brigg Knight and Baronet; Sir Thomas Middleton, Knight; Robert Po­well, Samuel Moore, William Steventon, William Littleton Fran­cis Foſter, Thomas Kettleby, Edward Whichcott, Robert Clive, Ro­bert Charlton, Thomas Mackworth Rowland Hunt Humphrey Ed­wards, Leighton Owen, Roger Rowley, William Jone, EſquireThomas Moore, Creſwell Tailor, Iſaiah Thomas, and John Prowd Gentlemen; Arthur Chambre, Eſquire; Hercules Kinnerſley a••Thomas Baker, Gentlemen; Thomas Clive, Eſquire; Rowland Hill Thomas Locher, and William Cockton, Eſquires; The Major〈◊〉Shrewsbury for the time being, Arthur Wad, Richard WhitehalJohn Wybunbury, Samuel Sanford, Gentlemen; John Thyn D­ctor William Child, Samuel Towers, Eſquires; Jeremiah Powell Richard Harris, Henry Powell of Worthen, Edward Creſſet, FrancHarris and Michael Stevens, Gentlemen; Iſaac Shepheard, Eſquire
For the County of Stafford.Sir Richard Skeffington, Sir William Brereton, Sir Charles E­gerton, and Sir John Merrick, Knights; John Bowyer, Edward Leigh. Michael Noble, John Swinfin, Samuel Fenwick, ThomaCrompton, Edward Manwaring, William Jolly, Edward Bromſton Eſquires; Henry Stone, Philip Jackſon, Leiceſter Burder, Joſeph Whitehugh, Thomas Pudſey, William Bendy, and John SimcoGentlemen.
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For the City of Litch­field.The Bailiffes for the ſaid City for the time being, The Sheriffe of the City for the time being, Ralph Biddolph, Eſquire; Michael No­ble, Eſquire; Richard Draffgate, Thomas Saxon, Henry Met, and Thomas Miners, Gentlemen.
For the County of Somerſet.Sir Edward Hungerford, Knight of the Bath, Sir John Horner, Sir Samuel Roll, Alexander Popham, Robert Wallop, Edmund Pri­deaux, Hugh Rogers, Roger Hill de Pounsford, John Aſh, E­ſquires; Sir Thomas Wroth, Sir Robert Gorges, Knights, Edward Popham, William Strode, Richard Norton, Clement Walker, Tho­mas Hodges, Robert Blake, John Harrington, John Pyne, John Palmer, George Searle, Thomas Grove, Lillisbone Long, George Horner, James Aſh, Eſquires; Collonel John Venn, William Strode Iunior, Eſquires; John Preſton Henry Henley, Henry Bonner, Wil­liam Capell, Thomas Hippeſley, Jonathan Pyts; Richard Cole, John Buckland, John Whitby, Robert Gough, John Wroth, Charles Stemings, Edward Baber, Thomas Bampfield Nicholas Saunders. George Lutterell Robert Harbin, Eſquires; Giles Strangwaies ef Eaſt Charleton, Eſquire; Will. Prin, Eſq. and Sir George Farwell. Knight; John Saintbarbe, John Carew, Iames Strowde William O­range Eſquires; and Maſter Soudderſinns, Gent. and the Major of Taunton for the time being.
For the City and County of Briſtoll.The Major for the time being, Edmund Prideaux Recorder Ri­chard Aldworth, Iohn Gouning, Luke Hodges, Eſquires; Iohn Birch, Henry Gibs, Iames Powell, Edward Tyſon, and Robert Aldworth, Hugh Browne. George Hart, Ioſias Clutterbucke, Ioſephackſon, Walter Sandy, Sheriffe; Iohn Hagett Gent. Iohn Young, Iohn Orey Iohn Pope, William Grigg Dennis Holleſter, Thomas Shewell and Robert Haines Eſquires.
For the County of Souta up­ton.Sir Henry Worſley, and Sir William Lewis, Baronets; Sir William Uvedale, Sir William Waller Sir Thomas Gervoice, Sir Iohn Evelin, Sir Henry Mildmay, and Sir Iohn Compton Knights; Robert Wallop, Richard Whitehead Richard Norton, William Iepſon Lievtenant Gen. Cromwell, Edward Doddington, Iohn Lifle Ioh. Button Will. Wheeler, Edw. Hooper, Ioh. Bulkley Iohn Remp, Will. Stephens, Arth. Hide, Eſquires; Ioh. S. Barbe Edward Goddard, Ioh. Hooke, Nich. Love, Wil. Pitt, Thom. HuſſeRichard Major, Ioh. Button jun. Ioh. Woolridge, Edw. Dowſe Hen. Cam­pion. Tho. Bet worth, Francis Tilney Iohn Fielder, William Ball, VVilliam VVither, Francis Rivet, Tho. Cole, Hen. Bromfield fames28 Tutt, Ric. Moore, Ric. Moore, Tho. Creſwell of Heckfield, and Io••Pitman Eſqs. Edw. Boate, Iohn Hildeſley, Alex. VVilſon VVilliam VVouldgar, Moore Fantleroy, Tho. Dowſe of Elden, VVill. Georand Tho. Gale, Gent. The Mayor of VVinton for the time beigRalph Riggs, and_____VVhite Aldermen; Ed. Exton, and GeorgGallop, Eſquires.
For the Jſle of Wight.Sir Hen. VVoorſley Baronet, Sir VVill. Liſle, and Sir Iohn LeigKnights; Ioh. Liſle, Ioh. Bulkeley, Ioh. Kempe, Eſq; Sir Robert Di­lington, Barenet; Sir Ioh. Barrington, Knight and Baronet; RobDillington, VVil. Oglander, VVil. Boreman, Iohn VVorſley, ThomBoreman, VVill. Stevens, Eſqs; Edw. Dennis, Ioh. Richards, Eſqu••Thomas VVavel, and Tho. Legg Gent. Euſtace Man, Gent. and〈◊〉Iohn Dingley, Knight.
For the Town and County of the Towne of Southamp­ton.The Major for the time being, George Gallop, Edward ExtoThomas Maſon, Richard VVhitehead, Paul Mercer, and RichaMajor VVilliam Stanley, Robert VVroth, Henry Brasbridge〈◊〉Peter Legay, Merchants.
For the County of Suffolke.Leſter Devereux, Eſq; Sir Edm. Bacon, Kt. and Bar. Sir VVilliPlayters, Sir Sym. D'ewes, Kts. and Baronets; Sir Will. Spring,〈◊〉Butts Bacon, Baronets; Sir Roger North, Sir Iohn Wentwoth,〈◊〉Tho. Beddingfield, Sir Nath. Barnardiſton, Sir Will. Soame, Sir IohRous, Sir Phil. Parker ſir Tho. Barnardiſton, Kts. Will. Heveningham, Brampton Gourdon ſen. Hen. North ſen. Mauris Barrow, IſaAppleton, Hen. North jun. Nich. Bacon, Charles Fleetwood, RoberReynolds, Ioh. Gourden, Tho. Bacon, Nath. Bacon, Fran. Bacon, Io••Brook, Will. Bloice, Tho. Bloſſe Tho. Scot, Brampton Gourden j••Tho. Terrill, Tho. Cole, Ioh. Hodges, Ioh. Colton, Rich. Pepis, Ed••Harvey, Gibſon Lucas, Rob. Brewſter, Theo. Vaughan. Iames Ho­bart, Francis Brewſter, William Laurence, Alexander Bence Squire Bence, Eſquires; Thomas Gypp of Berry, Maſter Manning Giles Barnardiſton, Sam. Faireweather of Halſworth, and MaſteThomas Dandy.
For the Towne of Ipſwich.The Bailiffes for the time being, Nath. Bacon, Eſquire Recorder; Francis Bacon, Iohn Aldus, Robert Duncon, Peter Fiſher.
For Bury-S. Edmonds. The Aldermen for the time being, Thomas Chaplin, Samuel Moo­dy, and Maſter Clarke.
For Ald­burgh. The Bayliffes for the time being, Francis Bacon, Recorder; Tho­mas Iohnſon, Iohn Bence, Henry Cheaney, Thomas Gipps, Gentle­men.
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For the County of Surrey with the Borough of South­wark.William Lord Mounſon, Denzill Hollis Eſquire, Benjamin Weſton Eſquire, John Glyn Eſquire, Recorder of London, Sir Ambroſerown Baronet, Sir Thomas Gervois, Sir Richard Onſlow, Sir John Maynard Knight of the Bath, Sir John Dingley, Sir John Howland, Sir William Elliot, ſir Richard Bettiſon, ſir Matthew Brand, fir Tho­mas Walſingham, ſir Robert Needham, ſir Robert Parkhurſt, ſir Ro. Wood ſir Robert Gorges, and ſir John Evelin, ſir John Lenthall, ſir Ed­und Burgeſſe Knights, Edmund Jordain, Thomas Sands, Nicholasove, James Sherley, Nicholas Staughton, George Farewell, Henry Ton­all, Arthur Onſlow, Robert Wood, Francis Drake, George Evelin of VVatton, Joh. Goodwin, Robert Goodwin, Joh. Farewell, Hen. Weſton, Thomas Lock, John Turner, John Cartwright, Sackford Gonſon, Ro. urſe, Robert mead, and Lancelot Johnſon Eſquires, Robert Hullman, George Thompſon, Robert Haughton Cornellus Cook, Richard Wright, George Snelling, Thomas Hudſon, Henry Hardwick Gentlemen, Willi­n Oldfield, Herbert Hay, George Duncombe, Arthur Squib, Samuellous, Robert Titchborn, John Loyd, Eſquires, William Wymerſhall High Sheriffe of the County of Surry, ſir Poynings Moore, Thomasmith, and Edward Biſh Iunior.
For the County of Suſſex.Sir Thomas Pelham, ſir Thomas Parker, ſir John Chapman, ſir Gre­ory Norton, Baronets, Anthony Stapley, Herbert Morley, ſir Thomasrsfield of Denne, Henry Shelly, John Baker, Hall Ravenſcroft, Edwardowſe, William Hay, John Busbridge, Herbert Board, Herbert Sprin­ate, Herbert Hay, Peter Farnden, Tho. Jefferay, William Michelbornho. Collins, John Board, Anthony Crutenden, Anthony Fowſ, Franciselwin, William Newton ſenior, William Cawley, Thomas Middleton,h. Downs, George Oglander, James Temple, Tho. Chaſe, Ralph Coo­er, George Churcher, and Peter Bettiſworth of Fining Eſquires, Tho. enſhaw, Wil, Freeman, Tho. Green of Marden, Thomas Millet ofarden, William Cook, Nich. Shephard, John Fag, Wil. Morley, Hum­rey Edwards, Arthur Bettiſworth, George Green, Phil. Jermin Ser­ent at Law, Steven Humphrey, Nathaniel Studley, Robert Spence, Ro­er Gratwick, Wil. Spence, Robert Heath, John Everenden, Edwardanning. Thomas White, Richard Yates, John Roberts, Tho. Chalo­••Eſquires, Capt. Simon Everenden, Tho. Brian, Hen. Peck Eſquires,30 the Major of Chicheſter for the time being, Ambroſe Trayton, T••Springet Eſquire fir Edward Culpepper, Baronet, ſir Thomas He••Knight, and Maſter Whitfield.
For the C••irty of VVarwick.Sir Peter Wentworth Knight of the Bath, ſir Richard Skeffing Mr William Jeſſon, Godfrey Boſſevile, William Purefoy Joh. Bar••John Hales, William Colemore, Ph. Willoughby, Tho. Boughton,thony Staughton Eſquire, Gamaliel Pureſoy, George Abbot, Wal••Willington, Thomas Baſſenet and Robert Wilcox, Eſq; ſir Robertton, Collonell Archar, and Collonell Peito.
Vpon the Ci­ty and Coun­ty of Coven­try.The Major for the time being, William Jeſſon, John Barker, JRogerſon Aldermen Henry Harwell Eſquire, Maſter Matthew Su••Mr. Samuell Snell, and Mr. John VVightwick.
For the County of VVorceſter.Sir Thomas Rous, Baronet, John VVild Sergeant at Law, Rich Creſheld Sergeant at Law, Humphrey Salway, Edward Dingley, JeBuck Eſquires, Edmund Giles, VVilliam Hopkins, William StepheHenry Hunt, Tho. Symonds Gentlemen, William Ligon, Hen. Bronley of Vpton, William Brown, William Moore, William Collins, ThCook, Thomas Milward, and John Gyles Gentlemen, John DorEdward Thomas, William Jefferies, John Latham, Thomas Jollymund Wild, Nicholas Lechmere, Thomas Graves, William Di•••Eſquires.
For the City and County of VVerceſt­er.The Major for the time being, John Wild Sergeant at Law, Reder, John Naſh, and Henry Ford, Aldermen, Robert Stirrop, and Dniell Dobbins Gentlemen, James Tailor, and Nicholas Wildy Gtlemen.
For the County of VVilts.Philip Lord Herbert, Charles Lord Cranborn, James Herbert EſonDenzell Hollis Eſquire, Benjamin Weſton Eſquire, ſir Edward Hgerford Knight of the Bath, Sir Nevil Poole, ſir Edw. Bainton K•••ſir John Evelin Knight, Edward, Bainton, Alexander Popham, WLong, Edward Poole, Robert Jennor; Thomas Hodges, Rich. Whither Thomas Moore, Joh. Aſh, Rob. Nicholas, William VVneeler, Phil. Sm••& Edward Aſh, Eſquires; ſir Iohn Danvers Knight, ſir Anthony Aſhley31ooper Baronet, Edmund Ludlow ſenior, Edmund Ludlow junior,lexander rhiſtleth wait, William Sadler, Edw. Goddard, Tho. Ben­t of Norton, Robert Hippeſley, and Edmund Wainford, Iohn Liſle,hn Bulkley, Wil. Stevens, Thomas Grove, Hen. Hungerford, Edwarducker eſquires, Iohn Goddard, Edward Martin, Gabriel Martin,homas Goddard, Edward Stokes, Richard Talbors, Richard Gfford,ill. Ieſſey, Thomas Baily, Robert Good and Rob. Brown, Gentlemen,ohn Stephens, William Huffey and Thomas Huſſey Eſquires, Richardrouch William Coles, Thomas Carter, Robert Nicholas of Semley Ed­ard Stratton, Edward Manning, and Edward Nicholas Gentlemen;••hn Dove Eſquire, William Ball, John Laurence, and Thomas Hunt,ſquires, Humphrey Ditton Gentleman, The Major of Sarum for thene being, Iohn Ivy Senior, Gentleman, Franis Dove Gentleman,hn Read Gentleman.
For the County of VVeſtmer­land.Iames Bellingham of Levant, Henry Laurence, Richard Salwayenry Ireton, Edward Wilſon, Nicholas Fiſher, Rowland Dawſon, Al­n Bellingham Eſquires, Roger Bateman, Richard Brainthwait, Ger­ſe Benſon, gentlemen. Iames Bellingham of Gathorn, Thomas Brath­ait, John Cowell, William Knipe, Anthony Knipe, Ioſeph Booth Ro­rt Stevenſon Gentlemen.
For the Iſle of Angleſey.Sir Thomas Middleton, Thomas Buckley, Nicholas Bagnall, Tho. itton, Thomas Glyn Eſquires, Iohn Glyn Recorder of London, Iohnood, Hugh Owen, Richard Wood Eſquires, Richard Owen-Theo­eſquire, Owen Holland gentleman, William Griffith Doctor of Law,illiam Bould, Henry Owen, Paris Loyd, and Richard Mer­k Eſquires, Owen Wood, William Iones, Eſquires.
For BracknokSir VVilliam Lewis Baronet, Hore Games, Howell Gwyn of Glan­ane, Iohn VValebife, Edward Rumſey, Edmund Games, Thomaswis Gentlemen.
For Cardig­gan.Sir Richard Price Knight and Baronet, Thomas VVgan, Iameswis Eſquires, David Lewis, Iohn Lloyd Verdr. Gentlemen, Thomasans, Thomas Lloyd, and George Howell Gentlemen, Iames Phillips32 Eſquires, Iames Iones, Henry Middleton, Iohn Lewis, Daniel〈◊〉Oliver Lloyd, Morris Vaughan Richard Herbert and Iohn Io••Gent. The Major of Cardiganfor the time being Iames Lewis of Alranvahan, Iames Philips, John Iones Eſquires Tho. Parry Gent. AbeGriſſith John Vaughan Aldermen David Sturlook, George Gw••Recorder.
For the County of Carnarvan.Sir Richard Winn Sir, Thomas Middleton Sir Wil. Williams, J••Glynn Recorder of London, Thomas Glynn of Glynulluine Eſqun••Griffith Iones Owen Wynn Maurice Wynn, Thomas Madrin Jo••Bodarda William Lloyd Eſquires, Edmund Glynn Gentleman Th••mas Williams, William Foxwiſt Eſquires, Robert Coitmore, Ri••Winn, Eſquires, Edward Williams Eſq. Griſſith Bodarda Gent. 〈◊〉Griffith Thomas Eſquire.
For Carmar­then.Arthur Anſlow. John Lloyd Wil. Davies, Hen. Rice, Anthony Ri••Eſquires Sir Edward Vaughan Knight, Howell Gwinn, Francis LloyNicholas Williams James Iones, Tho. Williams, Henry Price Da••Philips, Richard Vaughan, John Manſell, Evan Thomas, Char••Gwinn, Francis Iones, Iohn Lewis Iohn Harris, and Geo. Iones FSir Rice Rudd, Iohn Vaughan, Henry Middleton, and Rowla••Gwinn Eſquires.
For the Bur­rough of Carmar­then.The Major for the time being, Sir Rice Rudd, Iohn Bloome, IoVaughan, Henry Middleton, Rowland Gwin, Thomas WoodforRich. Thomas Eſquires.
For the County of Denbigh.Sir Thomas Middleton Knight, Sir Wil. Middleton Baronet,Iohn Trevor Knight, Sir Robert Needham Knight Tho. Middle••Eſq; Simon Thelwall Jun. Iohn Trevor Eſq; Robert Soutley, O••Saisbury, Owen Brereton, Rich. Middleton, Owen Thelwall, IoEdgbury Ed. Wyn of Llangthan, Rich. Baſnet, Iohn Peck, Wat••Kyfin. Ed. Tailor, and Ralph Crutchley Gent. Rich. Egerton, Richvies, Col. Iohn Iones, Roger Wilbraham Gentlemen.
For Flint­ſhire.Sir Tho. Middleton Knight, Thomas Mitton Eſq; Sir Iohn Tre••33Knight, Thomas Moulton Eſq. Simon Thelwall of_____Eſq. Tho­mas Ravenſcroft Eſq. Roger Hanmer Eſq. Roger Ellis, Luke Lloid, John Alderſey, Ralph Hughes, John Salisbury of Railegrige the elder, and Tho. Halford Eſq. Robert Gethin, and Thomas Dymocke, Gen. and John Trevor, Eſquire.
Glamorgau.Philip Lord Herbert, Algernon Sidney, Walter Strickland Eſquires. Edward Lewis, Buſſey Manſell, Edward Prichard, Evan Seys, Willi. Baſſet, Humphrey Windham, Thomas Carne Will. Herbert, Edward Herbert, Edward Stradſing John Herbert, Tho. Spencer, Rich Jones, Philip Jones, John Price, Rowland Dawkins.
Merioueth.Sir Thomas Middleton, Thomas Mitton John Pough, Collonel Johnones, David Lloid, Theodor John Vaughan of Trowſcot John Owen Rowland Lewis Eſq. Edward Vaughan, Owen Salisbury, Rob. Amoyll,owell Vaughan, Will. Wynne, Rob. Wynne John Vaughan, and Ed­und Meyrick, Eſquires.
Mountge­mery.Sir Thomas Middleton Knight; Sir John Wittiwrong, Knight; Thomas Mitton, Iſaac Thomas John Corbert, Francis Buller, Roger Pope, Rich. Owen Brochwell Griffithes, Edward Vaughan Eſq. Rees Vaughan, Richard Price. Evan Lloid Richard Griffith of Sutton,ugh Derwas, Thomas Rogers Charles Lloid of Dolobren, John Ni­olls, Lodewick Middleton, Richard Glynne, and Lodowick Lewis Eſquires; Rowland Hunt John Price and Mathew Morgan Eſquires;ich. Harris, Robert Griffith Edward Owen, Rich. Griffith, Samueliggs Gentlemen; Simon Thelwall, Thomas Hunt, Samuel Moore, Sabrel Winne, Eſquires.
Radnor.Sir Robert Harley, Knight of the Bath; Richard Knightly Richardowler, Edward Broughton. William Beamount, Francis Pember,enry Williams, Silvanus Tailor John Williams, Eſquires; Johnavies of Bringwin, David Lloid of Diſſert, William Sugdon of Bre­••g; Samuel Lloid of Knighton, Walter Vaughan of Bringwinn, Gen­••men.
For the coū­ty of Pem­brook.Arthur Anneſley, Eſquire; Sir John Meyricke Knight; Sir Richardhillips, Barrouet; Rowland Laughorne, William Davies, Arthur34 Owen, William Phillips, George Bowen Walter Conney, Hugh Phi­lips, Abraham Woogan Maurice Cannon, Thomas VVarren, Th­mas Powell John Mathias, Hugh Laughorne, Collonel James Lewis, and Griffith White Eſquires, George Hayward, William Laughor••, Tho. Barlow, George William Griffith and Henry Bowen, Gentlemen.

The Major of the Towne of Pembrooke and Tenby for the time being.

Haverford Weſt.Elthred VVogon, Ienkin Howell, VVill. Meylor, Will. Bowen, VVil. VVal­ter, VVill, VVilliams.

And be it further Ordained by the ſaid Lords and Commons, Thathe ſeverall and reſpective Commiſſioners, hereby appointed for the ſeverall and reſpective Cities, Counties, and places aforeſaid, ſhall within eight dayes next enſuing, the publication hereof meet toge­ther at ſome convenient place, in every of the ſaid Cities, Countieand places reſpectively, And afterwards three or more of them at the leaſt ſhall once in every week at the leaſt, meet at ſuch convenient pla­ces as they ſhall think fit and appoint for the more ſpeedy executioof this Ordinance; and the ſaid reſpective Cōmiſſioners are hereby re­quired and authorized at the dayes and places of their firſt meeting to divide and apportion the ſeverall ſums of money appointed bthis Ordinance to be levied for the maintenance of the ſaid Forceupon the ſeverall and reſpective Wards, Diviſions, Hundreds, Latheand Wappentakes, within the ſeverall Cities, Counties and place aforeſaid, according to the uſuall proportions, and diviſionsrates in the ſaid places, and likewiſe ſhall and may there agreedevide and ſever themſelves for the better execution of this Ordnance into ſuch Wards, hundred places and diviſions within the reſpective Cities, Counties and places as to them ſhall ſeeme axped­ent, And to take to their Aſſiſtance for the more ſpeedy execuneof the ſaid ſervice in their ſeverall diviſions, ſuch able and fu••­ent perſons as they ſhall thinke fit, and to aſſemble and meetoften as to them ſhall ſeeme good, and forthwith the〈◊〉Commiſſioners, or any two or more of them reſpectively are〈◊〉authorized and reuired to direct their warrants to ſuch〈◊〉or perſons as they ſhall think fit within their ſeverall and reſpe35diviſions, to be Aſſeſſors of the ſaid Rates, which ſaid perſons are hereby authoriſed, and required toſſeſſe all and every perſon and perſons having any reall or perſonall Eſtate, within the Limits, Circuits and bounds of their reſpective diviſions according to the rate and proportion in this Ordinance mentioned, And be it further Ordained, That the ſeverall and reſpective Commiſſioners in each of the ſeverall Counties, Cities and places, or ſuch as they or any two of them ſhall nominate and appoint, ſhall have power to Aſſeſſe and levy the ſeverall ſummes before men­tioned upon the Lands, Goods, Annuities, Rents Offices, or other eſtate reall or perſonall, in ſuch manner and form, and according to the moſt equall and uſuall Rates for levying of money, for maintenance of the Forces, for the defence of the King and Parliament, or by a certain Rate upon the true yearly values of Lands, Rents, Annu­ities, Offices, Hereditaments, and according to the true value of goods, Chattells, Debts, or other Eſtate reall or perſonall within the ſaid ſeverall Counties, Cities, Limits, or places reſpectively, And to the end the ſaid Rates be equally and indifferently Aſseſsed, and the monies duly collected and true account thereof made, The ſaid Aſſeſ­ſors are hereby required within ſix dayes after ſuch Aſſeſſe­ment made, to deliver one Copy of their reſpective Aſſeſſe­ments fairly written and ſubſcribed by them unto the ſaid reſpective Commiſſioners, and the ſaid reſpective Commiſ­ſioners are hereby ordered and required, to ſigne and Seale three duplicates of the ſaid reſpective Aſſeſſements, whereof one Duplicate the ſaid reſpective Commiſſioners are to deliver to the reſpective Collectors, with warrant to them to collect the ſaid Aſſeſſements; And one other, Duplicate to ſuch perſon or perſons, as the Houſes of Par­liament ſhall afterwards appoint for the receiving of the Monyes to be levyed by vertue of this Ordinance; And the third duplicate unto the Committee of the Accompts of the Kingdome who are hereby authorized to adminiſter and Oath to the perſon that ſhall bring the ſaid Duplicates to the Committee for the accounts, as hath been accuſtom­ed36 in the Court of Exchequer in caſe of the Eſtreats of Subſidies: and the ſaid ſeverall commiſſioners or any two of them are hereby reſpectively authoriſed from time to time to nominate one or more ſufficient and honeſt perſons in eve­ry diviſion orl••tment, to be Collectors of the ſaid Mo­nies ſo aſſeſsed and rated, which ſaid Collectors are hereby authorized and required to collect the ſaid Monies ſo aſseſ­ed; and the ſaid Commiſſioners, or any three or more of them are hereby authorized to allow and pay to the ſaid reſpective Collectors, and their ſubcollectors one penny a piece in the pound for their paines in collecting the ſaid monies, and one penny in the pound to the Commiſſioners Clerks reſpectively for their pains in faire writing, the ſaid Afseſsements, and Duplicates, And if any perſon ſhall re­fuſe or neglect to pay any ſum of money, whereat he ſhall be rated or aſseſsed, That then it ſhall and may be lawfull to and for the ſaid Collectors, or any of them who are hereby required and authorized thereunto to levy the ſum ſo aſſeſ­ed by diſtreſſe and ſale of the goods of ſuch perſon ſo refu­ſing, or neglecting to pay, deducting the ſum aſſeſſed and the reaſonable charges of diſtrening, and reſtore the overplus to the owner thereof: and to break open any Houſe, Cheſt, trunk, box or other thing where any ſuch goods are, and to call to their aſſiſtance any of the Trained bands, or any other forces within the Cityes, Counties or places where any reſi­ſtancy ſhall be made, or any other perſon or perſons whatſo­ever, which ſaid forces and perſons are hereby required to be aiding and aſſiſting in the premiſes, as they ſhall anſwer the contrary at their perills. And if any queſtion or difference happen upon the taking of ſuch diſtreſſe between the parties diſtrained or diſtreining, The ſame ſhall be ended and deter­mined by the ſaid Cōmiſſioners, or any two or more of them And the ſaid ſeverall Commiſſioners or any two or more of them are hereby authoriſed to uſe ſuch other lawfull wayes or meanes for the ſpeedy levying of the ſaid aſſeſſements, as to them ſhall be thought fit; and if any perſon or perſons; ſhall neglect or refuſe to pay his aſſeſſement, and convey his or their Goods, or other perſonall Eſtate, whereby the37 ſum of money ſo aſſeſſed, cannot be levyed according to this Ordinance, then the ſaid reſpective Commiſſioners or any two or more of them are hereby authorized to impriſon the perſons & ſequeſter the eſtate of every ſuch perſon for the ad­vancement of the ſaid ſervice, & the tenants of all Houſes and Lands which ſhall be rated by vertue of this Ordinance, are hereby required and authoriſed to pay ſuch ſummes of mo­ney as ſhall be rated upon ſuch Houſe, and Lands, and to deduct out of thir Rents, ſo much of the ſaid rates as in re­ſpect of the Rents of every ſuch Houſe and Lands, the Land­lords ſhould, or ought to pay and beare, and the Landlords both mediate and immediate, according to their reſpective intereſt are hereby required to allow-ſuch deductions, and payments upon the receipt of the reſidue of their Rents: And be it provided, that every Tenant paying the ſaid Aſſeſ­ment, ſhall be acquitted and diſcharged, for ſo much money as the ſaid aſſeſſement ſhall amount unto, as if the ſame had been actually paid unto ſuch perſon or perſons unto whō his Rents ſhould have been due and payable. Provided alſo & be it Ordained; That all Fee-farme Rents or other Rents due to his Majeſtie all Rents, and other ſummes reſerved by the late Court of Wards, out of any Wards, Infants, or Lunatick eſtates and all other manner of Rents payments, and ſums of money, and all Annuities iſſuing out of any Lands within any City or County, ſhall be liable towards the payment of any ſum by this Ordinance to be Taxed & Leavied. And all the Tenants of any Fee-farme Rent, other Rent, ſummes of money, or Annuities aforeſaid, are hereby directed & authorized to pay them proportionably accor­ding to the Rates and Aſſeſſements by this Ordinance ap­pointed and Ordained. And all ſuch Tenants ſhall be here­by ſaved & kept harmeleſſe by authority of both Houſes of Parliament from any further payment of ſuch portion of any ſuch Rent, Rents Sums or Annuities either to the Ex­chequer, to the Cōmittee of the Revenue, to the Court of wards, or to any other perſon or perſons to whom any ſuch Rent Rents payments, ſums of mony, or annuities as afore­ſaid, ſhall or ought to be paid, to all intents and purpoſes38 whatſoever, as fully, and as amply as if they had paid the ſame into the Exchequer to the Committee of the Revenue, or to any perſon or perſons, to whom the ſame is reſerved & become due. And if any diffrence ſhall ariſe between Land­lord and Tenant, or any other concerning the ſaid rates, The ſaid ſeveral Commiſſioners or any two or more of them in their ſeverall diviſions have hereby power to ſettle the ſame, as they ſhall think fit. And it is further ordained that if any perſon or perſons, ſhall find him or themſelves agrieved, that he or they is or are over rated, and ſhall within ſix daies after demand made, complain to the Commiſſioners who ſi­gned or allowed his or their aſſeſſement, the major part of the ſaid Commiſſioners who ſigned or allowed his or their aſſeſ­ment, ſhall have power upon examination within 8 dayes after the demand as aforeſaid, to relieve ſuch perſon or per­ſons as they ſhall ſee cauſe: and the ſaid collectors and every of them are hereby required from time to time to pay ſuch ſm and ſummes of money as ſhall be by them collected by vertue of this Odinance, to ſuch perſon or perſons as the houſes of Parliament ſhall afterwards appoint for the recei­ving of the monies to be levied by vertue of this Ordinance. And be it further ordained by the ſaid Lords and Commons that if any perſon or perſons ſhall wilfully neglect or refuſe to perform his duty in the due and ſpeedy execution of this preſent Ordinance, the ſaid reſpective Commiſſioners, or any five, or more of them, have hereby power to impoſe upon ſuch perſon or perſons ſo refuſing or neglecting their duties ſuch fine or fines, as to them ſhal be thought fit, and cauſe the ſame to be levied by diſtreſſe and ſale of goods in manner and form aforeſaid; provided that no fine to be impoſed by any of the ſaid Commiſſioners ſhall for any one offence exceed the ſum of twenty pounds, to be paid for the Forces raiſed by ver­tue of this ordinance, and that no fine to be impoſed upon a­ny Aſſeſsor, Collector or other perſon to be imployed by the ſaid Commiſſioners in the ſaid ſervice, ſhall for any Of­fence exceed the ſumme of forty ſhillings, which ſaid fine not exceeding forty ſhillings ſhall and may be aſsefsed and im­poſed by the ſaid cōmiſſioners, or any three or more of them39 and that no priviledged place, or perſon, Body politique or Corporate within the Cities, Counties, and places aforeſaid, ſhall be exempted from the ſaid Aſſeſſements and Taxes. And be it further Ordained, that the ſaid ſeverall and reſpective Commiſſioners, and every of them ſhall from time to time give a true and perfect accompt of all their doings and proceedings in the execution of this Ordinance to the two houſes of Parli­ament, or to ſuck perſons as they ſhall appoint; Provided alwaies that ſuch Rates and aſſeſſments that ſhall bee made by vertue of this Ordinance upon any Peeres, Members, Aſſiſtants, or At­tendants upon either of the Houſes of Parliament, for any Rate or Tax made within the Cities of London and Weſtminſter, or Lines of Communication, ſhall before the ſame be Leavied, be preſented to the reſpective Houſes, where any Peeres, Mem­bers, Aſſiſtants, or Attendants ſhall be concerned therein re­ſpectively, and by ſuch reſpective Houſe allowed, and approved of, any thing in this Ordinance to the contrary notwithſtand­ing, provided alſo, that every Lord Lievtenant who is not diſa­bled by Ordinance of Parliaments to ſit in the houſe of Peeres ſhall in their ſeverall and reſpective Counties be Commiſſio­ners now appointed by this Ordinance.

Provided alwaies, That nothing contained in this Ordinance ſhall be extended to charge either of the Univerſities, or any of the Colledges, or Halls within the ſaid Univerſities, nor any the Rents and Revenues due and payable to the ſaid Univerſi­ties or Colledges, or any of them, nor to charge any Maſter, Fellow, or Schollar of any of the ſaid Colledges, nor any Rea­der, Officer, or Miniſter of the ſaid Univerſities, or Colledges, or any of them for and in regard of any ſtipend, wages, or pro­fit whatſoever ariſing or growing due to them, or any of them, in reſpect of their ſaid ſeverall places, and imployments in the ſaid Vniveſities; and that nothing in this Ordinance contained ſhall be extended to charge any of the Colledges of Wincheſter, Eaton or Weſtminſter, or any Hoſpitall, or Almeſ-houſe, or any free Schoole, or any the Rents and Revenues due and payable to them, or any of them; and that the Tenant, and Tenants of all40 and every the ſaid Vniverſities, Colledges, Halls, Hoſpitalls, Almes-houſes, and free Schooles reſpectively, ſhall be charged by vertue of this Ordinance, for ſo much onely as the Lands and Tenements held by the ſaid Tenant, or Tenants reſpectively are worth by the yeare, over and above the Rent or Revenue there­fore reſpectively due or payable to the ſaid Vniverſities, Col­ledges, Halls, Hoſpitalls, and Almeſ-houſes, or any of them re­ſpectively, any thing in this preſent Ordinance to the contrary in any wiſe notwithſtanding.

Ioh. Brown Cler. Parliament.
FINIS.

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TextAn ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for the raising of moneys to be imployed towards the maintenance of forces within this kingdom, under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax knight. And for the speedy transporting of and paying the forces for carrying on the War of Ireland. / 7 Julii, 1647. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that Mr. Husband do forthwith print six thousand of the ordinance for raising moneys for maintenance of the army under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax knight. ; H: Elsynge, cler. Parl. D. Com.
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Bibliographic informationAn ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for the raising of moneys to be imployed towards the maintenance of forces within this kingdom, under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax knight. And for the speedy transporting of and paying the forces for carrying on the War of Ireland. / 7 Julii, 1647. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that Mr. Husband do forthwith print six thousand of the ordinance for raising moneys for maintenance of the army under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax knight. ; H: Elsynge, cler. Parl. D. Com. Laws, etc. England and Wales., Elsynge, Henry, 1598-1654., England and Wales. Parliament.. 40 p. Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the Honourable House of Commons.,London, :1647.. (Page 19 printed as 18.) (Reproduction of original in the British Library.)
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  • Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, -- Baron, 1612-1671.
  • Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649.
  • Taxation -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.

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