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Wicombe B.

r. s. Thomas Lane, esq.

Sir Kdm. Verney, knight-marshal, killed at the battle of Edge-hill, in Oct. 1642, where he bore the kinjps standard, w, i. Sep. 25, 1645.

c. f. Maj. Gen. Rd. Brown, disabled, Dec. 4,1649.

Aylesbury B.

c. Sir Ralph Verney, knt. disabled Sept. 22, 1645. w. i. eod. die.

o. Sir John Packington, bart. disabled Aug. 30,1642, for executing the commission of array, - i. eod. die. and Sep. 22, 1645,

J. t- Thomas Scot, esq.

J. f. Simon Mayne, esq.

Amersham B.

c. Sir William Drake, knt.

William Cheyne, esq, deceased.

c. 5. f. Francis Drake, esq.

Wendaver B.

John Hampden, esq. made his election for the county, w. i. Dec. 8, 1640.

o. Sir Rob. Crooke, knt. disabled Nov. 15, 1643, for neglecting the service of the house, w. i. Sep. 25. 1645.

c.f.Tho. Fountaine, esq. deceased w. i. Sept. 15, 1646.

f. Edm. West, esq. made his election for the county, w. i. July 26, 1647. J. t. Richard Ingoldesby, esq. * {. t- Thomas Harrison, esq.

Marlon) B. Gabriel Hippesley, esq. and Jn. Borlace, esq. their elections declared void, c. f. Bulstrode Whitlocke, esq, c. s. f, Peregrine Hobby, esq, Cambridgeshire. c. >. Sir Dudley North, knt. and bart. o. Tho. Chichley, esq. disabled Sept. 16,

1642, w, i. eod. die, and Oct. 15, 1645. t- Francis Russel, esq .

Cambridge University; c. s. Henry Lucas, esq. c, Tho. Eden, LL.D. was deceased in 1644, w.i.Oct. 15,1645. t- Nathaniel Bacon, esq.

Cambridge T. c. I. Oliver Cromwell, esq. c. * John Lowrye, esq.

Cheshire. * Sir William Brereton, bart. o. Peter Venablcs, esq. disabled Jan. 22,

1643, for deserting the service of the parliament, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party.

t- George Booth, esq. elected in consequence of an order of May 1, 1646.

Chester C. o. Thomas Smith esq. and o, Francis Gamut esq. both disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for the same olTcnce as the last, s. f William Edwards, esq. f. John RadclifF, esq.

Cornwall. Sir Alex. Carew, knt. disabled Sep 4, 1643, for a treacherous intention to deliver up Plymouth to the king, with the government whereof he had been intrusted by the parliament. For this offence he was beheaded in Jan. following, w. i. July 23, 1646.

Sir Bevill Greenville, knt. disabled Sep. 19,

1642, for publishing the king's Proclamation concerning the Militia, at Launceston assizes. He was killed at Lansdown fight, in July 1643, w. i. July 23, 1646.

t. Hugh Boscawen, esq,

+. Nicholas Trefusis, esq.

Dunchevit, alias Launceston B.

Wm. Coryton, esq. not duly elected, w. i. Aug. 18,1641.

o. Ambrose Manaton, esq. disabled Jan. 22. 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Aug. 12, 1646.

s. +. Thomas Gawen, esq.

s. f. John Harris, esq.

Leskurd B.

c. o. John Harris, esq. and

o. Joseph Jane, esq. both disabled Jan. 22,

1643, for the same offence as the last, and w. i. Feb. 9, 1646.

f. George Kekewich, esq.

s. f. Thomas Povey, esq.

Lestwithitl B.

o. John Tievanion, esq. disabled. Killed at the siege of Bristol, m. i. Dec. 8, 1640.

o. Richard Arundcll, esq. disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters and adhering to that party, w. i. Dec. 8, 1646.

t. Sir J. Maynard, k.b. disabled Sep. 7, 1647, and committed to the Tower, on account of a charge brought against Ijim by sir Tho. Fairfax and the array, the 16th of June foregoing i but this order was revoked by another of the 8th of June, 1648.*

s. \. Francis Holies, esq.

Truro a

c. John Rolle, esq.

* This gentleman, though he signed the Warrant, never attended the Trial. The carious may compare lord Clarendon's Account of the manner of Cromwell's forcing him to sign it with his subscription to the same, engraved from the original at the expeoce of the Society of Antiquaries.

* On the 20th of July, 1647, this gentleman, with maj. Gen. Massey, John Glynne, esq; recorder of London, Col. Edw. Harley, Anthony Nicoll, esq. Deuzil Hollis, esq. sir Philip Stapylton, sir Wm. Lewis, sir John Clotworthy, sir Wm. Waller, and Walter Long,esq. who were under the same accusation, having obtained leave from the house to absent themselves for six months, on condition of returning within that time, the six last of them accordingly embarked for France in August following, and the others retired into the country while their cause was depending before the house.

c. Francis Rowse, esq.

Hodmyn B.

0. John Arundell, esq. disabled Jan. 22, 1645, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Dec. 8, 1646, and March 2, 1647.

c. Anth. Nicoll, esq. disabled Jan. 27, 1647, on account of a charge brought against him by sir Tho. Fairfax and the army: but this order was revoked by another of the 8th of June 1648*

1. \. Thomas Waller, esq.

Helston B.

o. Fran. Godolphin, esq. disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters and adhering to that party, w. i. Dec. 21,1646.

Sidney Godolphin, esq. killed, on the king's part, at the taking of Sal lash in 1642, w .i. Dec.

21, 1646.

f. John Penrose, esq.
s. f. John Thomas, esq.

Sattash B.

e. George Buller, esq. deceased, w. i. Aug. 12, 1646.

ovEdw. Hyde, esq. disabled, Aug. 11, 1642, w. i. eod. die, and Aug. 12, 1646. c. s. f. Thomas Thynn, esq.

f. Henry Willes, esq.

Camel/'ord B. o. Piers Edgcuinbe, esq. and c. o. Wm. Olanville, esq. both disabled Jan.

22, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, mid adhering to that party, w. i. Dec. 21, 1646, and April 14, 1647.

j. f. William Say, esq. J. f- Gregory Clement, esq. disabled May 11, 1652, his carriage being offensive and scandalous to the parliament.

Crampuund B. Sir John Trevor, knt, c. s. James Campbell, esq.

Easttmo B. s. Francis Buller, esq.

Thomas Loner, esq. disabled Jan. 22, 1643, fot deserting the service of the house, heing in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Dec. 21, 1646.

f. John Moyle, esq.

Wesllow B.

o. Henry Killegrew, esq. disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for the same offence as the last, w. i. Dec. 21, 1646.

o. Thomas Arundell, esq. deceased, w. i. Nov. 18, 1648.

f. John Arundell, esq.

f. Thomas Arundell, esq.

* The Proceedings of Jan. 27 and 29,1647, against this gentleman, and the rest under the same charge, commonly called The Case of the Eleven Members, are erased ; against which is written in the margin,' obliterated by order of March? 1659.'

Pcmyn B.
Sir John Bampfield, hart.
Sir Nich. Slanning, knt. disabled Aug. 9,

1642, for publishing the king's Proclamation relating to the Militia, &c. at Launceston assizes! Killed at the siege of Bristol, w. i. May 11, 1647.

Trrgont/ B.

o. Sir Richard Vivian, knt. and

o. John Polewhecl, esq. both disabled Jan. 22, 1613, for deserting the service of thehou*, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Nov. 11, 1646.

s. +. Sir Thomas Trevor, knt.

J. f. John Carew, esq.

Bossiney B.

c. Sir Christopher Yelverton, knt.

Sir John Clotworthy, bart. made his election for Maiden.

o. f. Sir Ralph Siddenham, knt. disabled Sep. 29,1642, w. i. Feb. 9, 1646.

s. f- Lionel Copley, esq. disabled Sep. 9, 1647, and committed to the Tower, for complying with the proceedings of the members in the absence of the Speaker; but this order was revoked June 8, 1648.

St. Ives B.

Philip Lord Lisle, made his election for Yarmouth in the Isle of Wight.

o. Francis Godolphiu, esq. disabled.

t. Edmund Waller, esq. disabled July 14,

1643, for being concerned in a plot, particularly mentioned in vol. xii. w. i. Feb. 9, 164!).

t. John Fielder, esq.
f. Henry Rainsford, esq.

Fowey B.

o. Jonathan Rashlcigh, esq. disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the lioow, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Dec. 21, 1646.

SirRd. Buller, knt.dec. w. i. Dec.21,1646.

f. John Upton, esq.

f. Nich. Gold, esq. deceased, w. i. June 14, 1648.

St. Gfrmtdns B. c. Benjamin Valentine esq. c. John Moyle, jun. esq. deceased, w. i.Nor. 11, 1646.

Michel B.

c. s. Edward lord Clinton, eldest son of Theophilus earl of Lincoln.

o. John Arundell, esq. made his election for Bodmyn.

o. t. Robert Holborn, esq. disabled, Aug. 11,1642. w. i. cod. die.

o. f. Wm. Chad well, esq. disabled Jan. i%, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party.

f. Charles lord viscount Rochester, eldest son of Robert carl of Somerset.

Newport B.

John Mavnard, esq. made his election for Totness, w.i. Dec. 8, 1640, and Feb. P, 16+6.

o. Richard Fdgcumbe, esq. disabled, w. ■ February 9, 1646.

f. Sir Philip Percival, knt. and

f. Nicholas Leech, esq. both deceased in 1647, w. i. March 1, 10-17.

St. Maun B. c. Richard Erisy, esq.

n. George Parry, LL.D, disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Feb. 9, 1640.

s. f. William Priestley, esq.

KMington B.

o. George Vane, esq. disabled, and

Sir Arthur Ingram, knight, deceased, w i. September 4, 1640.

f. Thomas Dacres, esq.

f. Carew Raleigh, esq.

CUMBERLAND.

o. Sir George Dalston, knt. and

o. Sir Patricius Curwen, bait, both disabled March 15,1013, for putting the Commission of Array in execution, w. i. Sept. 25, 1045.

f. William Armyn, esq.

+. Richard Tolson, esq.

Curlitle C.

o. Sir Wm. Dalston, knt. and bart. disabled Jan. 22, 1043, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Sept. 85, 1045.

c. Richard Barwis, esq. deceased, w. i. April 12,1048.

t. Thomas Cholmley, esq.

t. Edw. lord Howard of E*cricke, took his seat in the house of commons May 5, 1049; but, June 25, 1051, distbled to sit in parliament, and from bearing any office of trust; also fined 10,000/. and committed to tlic Tower during the pleasure of the parliament, for being guilty of bribery : but tins line was annulled by vote, AprU5, 1053.

Cocktrmouth B.*

c. Sir John llippesley, knt.

Sir John Fenwick, knt. made his election for Northumberland, w. i. Feb. 5, 1041.

f. SirTbos. Stamford, not duly elected.

j|. f. Francis Allen, Esq.

Derbyshire.

c. s. Sir John Curzon, bart.

c Sir John Coke, knt.

Derby T.

o. William Allcstree, esq. recorder, and

Nathaniel Hallows, alderman. Their election declared void, but rechosen. The former disabled by vote, w. i. Sept. 1, and 23, 1045, die mayor having neglected to obey the 1st writ.

s. f. Thomas Gelt, esq.

Devonshire.

— Wise, esq. deceased, w. i Mar. 20,1610.

o. Edward Seymour, esq. disabled Jan. 10, 1643, for appearing in arms against the parliament, w. i. May 7, 1046.

t- Sir Samuel Kolle, knt. deceased, w. i. March 28, 1648.

s. t. Sir Nicholas Martin, knt.

* On the 15th of Feb. 1610, the Commons resolved that this borough should be restored t° its antient privileges of sending burgesses » parliament*—Commoni' Journals.

£j-erer C. c. s. Simon Snow, esq. o. Robert Walker, esq. disabled March 6, 1643, for not appearing on divers summons of the house, w. i. Nov. 11, 164S. f. Samuel Clark, esq.

Totncss B.

c. Oliver St. John, esq. appointed his majesty's solicitor in January 1640.

c. John Maynard, esq.

Plymouth B.

c. Sir John Young, knt.

s. John Wbaddon, esq.

harntlaple B.

c. Geo. Peard, esq. dec. w. i. May 13, 1640.

o. Richard Ferrers, esq. his election declared void, but rechosen, aud afterwards disabled, w. i. May 13, 1616.

*. f. Philip Skippon, esq.

s. \. John Doddcridge, esq.

Plimpton B.

Michael Oldsworth, esq. made his election for Salisbury.

Sir Nicholas Slanning made his election for Penryn, w. i. February 9, 1645.

o. +. Hugh Potter, esq. disabled.

o. f. Sir Thomas Helc, knt. disabled, w. i. November 11, 1646.

t. Sir Richard Strode, knt

f. Christopher Martin, gent.

Tavistoke B.

Wm. lord Russell, eldest son of Francis e. of Bedford, called up to the house of peers, May 22, 1011, on the decease of his father.

c. John Pym, esq. deceased in Dec. 1043, w. i. July 8, 1040.

o. f- John Russel, Esq. disabled Jan. 22, 1043, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. July 8, 1040.

f. Edmund Fowell, esq.

f. Elizcus Crvnes, esq.

Clifton, Dartmouth, Hardnett B.

c. Samuel Brown, esq.

Arthur Upton, esq. deceased in Oct. 1641.

o. f. Roger Matthews, esq. disabled Feb. 5, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Feb. 9, 1645.

*. f. Thomas Boone, esq.

BeraisloJie B.

Sir Thomas Chcckc, knt. made his election for Harwich.

Sir Hugh Pollard, kt. expelled Dec. 9, 1611, for being concerned in a plot to bring up the king's army in the North to over-awe the parliament, w. i. eod. die.

c. t- Wm. Strode, esq. dec. in Sept. 1645, w. i. Feb. 17, cod. anno.

s. t- Charles Pym, esq.

f. Sir Francis Drake, bart.

Tiverton B.

o. Poter St. Hill, esq. disabled Jan. 23,1643. for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Oct. 5, 1046.

o."Geo.IIartnoll,esq. disab. w. i, Oct. 5,161c),

•f. John Elford, esq.
f. Robert Shapcot, esq.

Ashburton B*
C. Sir Edmond Fowel, knt.
Sir John Northcote, knt. and bart.

Honiton B.
Walter Young, esq.

Sir William Pule, knt. disabled June 24, 1643, for being in actual war against the parliament, w. i. Nov. 29, 1645.

s. t- Charles Vaughan, esq.

Okehumpton B.f

c. Lawrence Whitncre, esq.

c. s. Edward Thomas, esq.

Dorsetshire.

Geo; ge lor 1 Digby, eldest son of John carl of Bristol, called up to the house of peers, by writ, June 10, 1641, vita patris, w. i. eod. die.

Rd. Rogers, esq. disabled Sept. 12, 1642, for sending forces into Sherborne castle, w. i. Oct. 11, 1645.

c. |[. t. John Brpwne, esq.

f. Sir Thomas Trenchard, Knt.

Poole T.

John Pyne, esq.

o. Wm. Constantine, esq. disabled Sept. 4, 1643, for being in arms against the parliament, and endeavouring to betray and deliver up the town of Pool, w. i. Sept 25, 1645.

8. t- George Skutt, esq.

Dorchester B.

c. Denzil Hollis, esq. disabled Jan. 27,1647, on account of a charge brought against him by sir Thomas Fairfa\ and the army: but this order was revoked by another of the 8th of June 1648.J

c. *. Dennis Bond, esq.

I.yme-Regis B.

c. Edmund Pridcaux, esq.

c Richard Rose, esq.

Weymouth B.

c. s. Sir Walter Erie, knt.

o. Sir John Strangwayes, knt. disabled Sept. 6, 1642, for neglecting the service of parliament, w. i. September 25, 1645.

s. f, Matthew Allen, gent.

Melcomb-Re/{k B.

o. Sir Gerrard Napier, knt. disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the house,

• Upon a Report from the Committee of Privileges, Nov. 26, 1640, the Commons resolved, " That the towns of Ashburton and Honiton ought to he restored to their antient rights and privileges of sending burgesses to parliament, and that writs should issue accordingly".—Commons' Journals.

f This town had sent no members since f Edw. II. but was restored to its antient right in the beginning of this parliament.—Willis's Notitia Par liftmen taria.

X While this charge was depending, Mr Hollis, having obtained leave of the bouse to go abroad, retired into Normandy, where he resided several years, and wrote his memoirs. See the Note under sir John Maynard, p. 602.

being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Sept. 25, 1645.

o. Rd. King, esq. disabled Feb. 27, 1642, w. i. Sept. 25, 1645.

+. William Sydenham, jun. esq.

t. John Bond, IX.D.

Bridport B.

Sir Lewis Dive, knt. disabled:

o. Giles Strangwayes, esq. disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adheriag to that party, w. i. Sept. 25, 1645.

c. *. t- Roger Hill, Esq.

f. Thomas Celye, Esq.

Shoftsbiiry B.

o. Samuel Turner, M. D. disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the boost, being in the king's quarters, and adheriag tu that party, w. i. September 25, 1645.

c. William Whilaker, esq. deceased, w. October 7, 1646.

f. Col. Starre, dec. w. i. Oct. 15,1647.

||. t- John Frye, esq. suspended for writinj a Book against the Trinity; but, upon hit declaring that he abominated the opinionschanjed upon him, re-admitted Feb. 3, 1048; but disabled Feb. 24, 1650, for the same kind of offence.

f. John Bingham, esq.

Wareham B.

c. •. John Trenchard, Esq.

c. s. Thomas Erie, esq.

Corfe-Castle B.

Sir Francis Windebank, knl. sec. of statf, fled out of the kingdom.

o. John Borlace, esq. disabled March 4, 1643, for neglecting the service of the bou«e, and adhering to the adverse party, w. i September 25, 1645.

c. s. +. Giles Green, esq.

f. Francis Chettle, esq.

Essex.

o. Robert lord Rich, eldest son of Robert f. of Warwick, called up to the house of peers bt writ, Jan. 27,1640, vita patris, w, i. eod. die.

s. Sir Martin Lumley, knt. and bart.

c. *. f. Sir William Masham, bart. Colchester B.

c. s. Harbottlc Grimstone, esq.

c. Sir Thomas Barrington, kt. and bart. vts deceased in 1644, w. i. Sept. 25, 1645.

f. John Sayer, esq.

Maiden B.

c. ||. Sir Henry Mildmay, knt.

c. s. Sir John Clotwortliy, knt. disabled Jan. 27, 1647, on account of a Charge brought against him by sir Thomas Fairfax and lie army: but this order was revoked by W" ther of the 8th of June, 1648.

Harwich B.

c. Sir Thomas Cheeke, knt.

c. Sir Harbottle Grimstone, knt. and but deceased, w. i. March 16, 1647.

8. f- Capel Luckyn, esq.

Gi.occESTEitsin.iia.

c. Nathaniel Stephens, esq.

o. John Dutton, esq. disabled.

Oct.

j. f. Sir John Scymor, knt.

Gloucester C. Tiiornas Pury, alderman, c. 0. Henry Brett, esq. disabled, w

24. 1645.

*. f. Johu Lenthall, esq.

Cirencester B.

o. Sir Theob. Horses, knt. disabled .Inn. 22, 1M3, for diverting the service of l lie house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party.

o. John George, esq. disabled.

f. Sir Thomas I'airfa*, knt. and

f. Nat. Rich, esq. both elected in Feb. 1018. Tewkesbury B.

sir Robert Cnok, knt.

Nr Edward Alt'ord, knt.

John Craven, esq. (created baron Craven of liytou. to. Salop, .March 'el, 1612.)

l'llw. Stephens, esq. double return, and the election declared void, Aug. 6,1641, and a new writ issued, whereupon were re-chosen,

Sir Robert Cooke, knt. deceased, w. i. September 1, 161 j.

sir Rdw, Alford, knt. His second election declared void, and

s. f, Edward Stephens, esq. declared duly rlected, Dec. 25, 1043, deceased.

f John Stephens, esq.

llr.Rr.rOKDstitRE.

c. s. Sir Robert Harlev, knight of the Bath

Fiti-Williarns Coningsby, e^q. expelled Oct. 30, 1041, for being a monopolist, w. i. cod. die.

o. f Humphry Coningsby, esq. disabled, w. i September II, 1646.

s.f F.div. Harlry, esq. disabled Jan. 29,1047, on account of a Charge brought against him by lirThoi. Fairfax and the army: but this order was revoked by another of the lith of June 1648 Hereford C.

Michard Weaver, c»q. deceased in May 1642,

o. Richard Seabourne, esq. disabled Jan. 3, l<34j, and w. i. Sept. II, 1616.

o f. James Scudamore, esq. disabled, w September 11, 1646.

t. Edmund Weaver, esq.

f. Bennct Hoskins, esq.

Wcobtj/ B.*

c o. Arthur Jones, lord vise. Ranelagh, Ireland, disabled, w. i. Sept. 11, 1646.

o. f. Thomas Tumkins, e*q. disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, bf ing in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Sept. 11, 1616.

t- Robert Andrews, esq.

f. William Crowthcr, esq.

fcominster B.

o. Walter Kn it. esq.

o. Samuel Eure, Serjeant at law, disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Sept. 11, 1646.

* This town had discontinued sending memben since the reign of Edward I. but was reI 16*0, 15 Car, I.—Willis's Notitia Par

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s. t- John Birch, esq.

HERTFORDSHIRE.

c. s. Sir William Litton, knt. Arthur Capel, esq. created lord Capel, Aug. 6, 1611, w. i. die proit. in his place. C: s. f - Sir ThOinas Dacres, knt.

St. Albans B. c. s. Edward Wingatc, esq. Sir John Jennings, knt. deceased in August, 1642. In his place c. s. f - Richard Jennings, esq.

Hertford T. c. Charles viscount Cranburn, eldest son of William earl of Salisbury.

o. SlrTho. Fanshaw, kt. nf the Bath, disabled Nov. 23, 1043, w. i. Sept. 3, 1615. f. William Lemafi, esq;

HlISTINCDON'SHIRF..

Sir Sidney Montague, knt. disabled Dec. 3,

1642, and committed prisoner to the Tower, for refusing his consent to the Vote for adhering to the earl of Essex, w. i. September 23, 1615.

J. Valentine Wauton, esq.
f. Edward Montague, esq.

Huntingdon T. c. *. Abraham Burrel, esq. c. Edward Montague, esq. called by writ to the house of peers on the decease of his father, Edw. lord Montague of Boughton in June 1644, w. i. Sept. 3,1645.

s. f. Thomas Temple, esq.

Kent.

Sir Edward Deering, Bart, disabled Feb. 2, 1641, for printing his speeches in parliament, w. i. cod. die.

o. Sir John Colepepcr, knt. disabled Jan. 22,

1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Sept. 12,1615. Created baron Colepeper of Thorsewav Oct 21, 1644.

c. *. t- Augustine Skinner, esq.
+/. John Boys, esq.

Canterbury C.
Sir Edward Masters, knt. deceased, w. u.
November 18, 1648.
Ci *. John Nutt, esq.

Rochester C.
c. Richard Lee, esq.
Sir Thomas Wakmgham, 'int-

Maidstone B.
Si Sir Humphrey Tufton, knt.
c. Sir Francis Barnhrfm, knt. deceased, w. i,
November 11, 1646.

+/. Thomas Twisden, esq.

Queenborough B< Sir Edward Hales, knt. and bart. disabled, w. i. May 10, 1648.

William Harrison, esq. disabled June 24, 1643, for being in actual war against th« par* liamcnt, w. i. Sept. 1, 1645. J. +. Sir Michael Livesey, bfl.it. J. f. Augustine Garland, esq.

Lancashire. c. Sir Ralph Ashton, bart. Roger Kirkby, esq. disabled Aug. 29,1642, w. i. December 30, 1045. 2 R

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