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f. Sir Richard Houghton, bart.

* Lancaster T, c. o. Sir John Harrison, knt. disnbled Sept. 4, 1643, tor being in arms against the parliament, w. i. October 14, 1645.

o. Sir Thos. Fanshaw, knt. disabled Sept. 7, 1642, for neglecting the service of the house, and not appearing on summons, w. i. Oct. 14, 1645.

+. Sir Robert Bendlows, km.
f. Thomas Fell, esq.

Preston B. c. Ricliard Shuttlewonh, esq. Thomas Standish, e^q. was deceased in 1644, w. i. 0':t. 14, 1645.

f. William Langton, esq.

Newton B. c. William Ashurst, esq. Peter Legb, esq. deceased, w. i. Feb. 5, 1611. o. +. Sir Roger Palmer, 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. Dec. 30, 1645. s. f- Peter Brooke, esq.

Wigan li. Alexander Rigby, esq. o. Orlando Bridgcinan, esq. disabled August 39, 1642, for assisting lord Strange at Chester against the parliament, w. i. Dec. 30, 1645. s. +. John lioicroftc, esq.

Ctithero B. s. Ralph Ashton, esq. Richard Shuttleworth, esq.

Lever/tool B. c. t- John Moore, esq. Sir Richard Wynn, knt. and bart. deceased, w. i. August 28, 1649.

f. Thomas Birch, esq. elected in Oct. 1649.

LEU EST ERSH1RE

Henry De Grey, commonly stiled lord Rutben, removed to the house of peers on the decease of his father, Anthony earl of Kent, in 1643, «. i. Oct. .'10, 1645.

c. *. Sir Arthur Haselrigg, bart.

J. f. Henry Smyth, esq.

Leicester T.

c. *. Thomas lord Grey of Grooby, eldest son of Henry earl of Stamford.

o. Thomas Cook, esq. disabled January 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Sept. 30, 1645.

J. f. Peter Temple, esq.

Lincolnshire.

c. Sir John Wray, knt. and bart.

s. Sir Edward Ayscough, knt.

Lincoln C.

c. Thomas Grantham, esq.

John Broxholrae, esq. deceased, vv. i. March 15, 1646.

||. f. Thomas Lister, esq.

Boston T.

c. s. Sir Anthony Irbv, knt.

c. s. William Ellis, esq.

Great Grimshy B.

c. Sir Christopher Wray, knt. deceased, vr. i. February 17. 1645.

a. Oervase Holies, esq. suspended April 26,

1641, for reflecting upon the house in relation to the Scots propositions; re-admitted tn his seat the 2nd of December following, but disabled August 22, 1642, w. i. cod. die, aud September 12, 1645.

t. William Wray, esq.
t. Edward Rosier, esq.

Stamford B. c. Thomas Hatcher, esq. o. Geoffrey Palmer, esq. disabled Sept. 7.

1642, for not appearing on summons, w. iSeptember 12, 1615.

*. f. John Weaver, esq.

Grantham R. c. *. Sir William Armyn, bart. c. s. Henry Pelham, esq.

Middlesex. c. s. Sir Gilbert Gcrrard, hart. c. Sir John Franklyn, knt. deceased, w. i. April 12, 1648.

Westminster C. c. John Glynne, esq. disabled Sept. 7, 1647, and committed to tlie Tower, on account of a Charge brought against him by Sir Thos. Fairfax and the army: but this order was revoked by another of the 7th of June, 1648. c. William Bell, neiit.

J^ondon C.

Matthew Cradock, esq. deceased in 1640.
c. s. Sir Thomas Soamc, knt.
c. |j. Isaac Pennington, esq.
c. s. Samuel Vassal, me chant,
c. J. \. John Venn, esq.

Monmouthshire. Sir Charles Williams deceased, vr. i. March 19, 1641.

o. Win. Herbert, esq. disabled Feb. 5,164f, for deserting the service of the house, being i» the king's quarters, and adhering to that part}, w. i. Sept. 11, 1616.

f. John Herbert, esq.

f. Henry Herbert, esq.

Monmouth T.

Thomas Trevor, esq.

o. Wm. Wntkins, esq. Their election declared void, Nov. 29, 1644. The latter rechosc, but disabled, vr. i. for one in his place, No* 18, 1646.

t. Thomas Pury, jun. esq.

Norfolk.

c. Sir John Potts, knt. and bart. deceased.

Sir Edw ard Mountford, knt. was deceased in 1644, w. i. Dec. 3, 1645.

c. t. Sir John Hobart, bart. deceased, w. • April 29, and May 27, 1647.

s. t Sir John Palgrave, knt. and bart.
Norwich C.

c. Richard Harm an, esq. deceased, vr. i. De' cembcr 7, 1646.

o. Richard Catalyn, esq. disabled Jan. W, 1643, for deserting the service of the housf. being in the king's quarters, and adhering '■that party, w. i. Sept. 30, 1645.

+. Erasmus Erie, esq.

*. f. Thomas Atkins, esq.

Li/nnc-liegis T.
Thomas Toll, gent.

John Percival, gent, was deceased in 1G44, w. i. Jan. 1, 1645.

f. Edin. HullsMii, esq. disabled July 5, 1647, for assisting in the rising in this town, w. i. eod. die, and June 2'-', 161!). f. Win. Karl of .Salisbury, elected in 1649.

Yarmouth T. c. |. Miles Corbet, esq. c. Edward Owner, esq.

Thetfird B. c. Sir Thomas Woodbousc, knt. and bart. c. s. Framliughnin Gawdy, esq.

Cnttlc-Kising B. c. Sir John Holland, bart. Sir Christ, llatton, knt. made his election, for Highain-Ferrcrs.

o. f.Sir Rob. llatton, knt. disabled Sep. 7, 1642, for executing the commission of array, after it was declared illegal, and for not appearing on summons, w. i. Oct. 29, 164 3. s. |. John Spelman, esq.

NonTHAMPioNsHiar. c. ||. Sir Gilbert Pic!;ering, bart. c. Sir John Dryden, l.art.

Peterborough C. c. s. Win. Fitz-WUliaras, esq. eldest son of Win. lord vis. Fitz-Williams, in Ireland. In tliis title he succeeded his father, Jan. 6, 1643. s. Sir Robert Napier, knt. and bart.

Northampton T. c. Zouchc Tate, esq. c. s. Richard Knightlev, esq.

Bradd'ty B. c. s. John Crew, esq. c s. Sir .Martin Lyster, knt.

iligham- term s It. Sir Christ, llatton, knt. disabled Sept. 7, 1649, for executing the commission of array, after it was declared illegal, and for not appearing on summons: w. i. Sept. 17, 1645. Created Baron llatton ut* Kirby, July 29, 1643. t. Edward Harvey, esq.

Nout Humdeiilax-o. Hen. Picrcv.esq. brother to thcc.ofNorthumkcrland, expelled, Dec. 9, 1641, for being concerned in a plot to bring up the king's army in die North, to over-awe the parliament, w. i. tod die. Created baron I'iercy of Alnwick, June 28, 1G43.

Sir Win. Widdrington, bart. disabled Aug. H, 1642, for refusing to attend the service of the house, and raising arms against the parliament, w. i. Sept. 25, 1645. Created baron Widdrington of Blackeny, Nov. 10, 1643, and killed at the battle of Worcester.

o.f. Sir John Fenwick,knt. disabled Jan. 22, 1f>43, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party : but this order for his being disabled was vacated by another order of the 26th of June 1646. t. William Fenwick, esq.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne T. Sir John Melton, deceased, w. i. Dec. 17,

c. Sir Henry Anderson, knt. disabled Sept4, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, and repairing to the army against the parliament, w. i. Sept. 3, 1645.

c. J. t- John Blackiston, esq.

t. Wnrmouth, esq. his electioa declared

void July 23, 1647, w. i. eod. die.

f. Robert Ellison, esq.

Bent ick T.

Sir Ed nr. Osboruc. knt. His election d»clared void Dec. 7,1640, w. i. eod die. c. Sir Thomas Widdrington, knt. c. t- Robert Scawen, esq.

Morpeth B. o. John Fenwick, 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. Sept. 12, 1645.

o. Sir Wm. Camaby, knt. disabled Aug. 26, 1642, for refusing to attend the service of the house, and raising arms against the parliament, w. i. Sept. 12, 1645.

t. John Fiennes. esq. third son of Win. lord vise. Say and Sele.

*. f. George Fenwick, esq.

Nottinghamshire.

c. Sir Tho. Hutchinson, knt. was dead in

1644, w. i. Feb. 10, 1645.

o. Robert Sutton, esq. disabled, w. i. Feb. 10, 1615. Created baron Lexington of Aram, Nov. 21, 1615.

J. t- John Hutchinson, esq.

f. Gervase Pigot, esq.

Nottingham T.

o. Wm. Stanhope, esq. disabled, w. i. Nor. 12, 1645.

Fran. Picrrcpoint, esq. third son of Robert e. of Kingston.

c. \. f. Gilbert Millington, esq.

East-Retfurd B.

o. Sir Gervase Clifton, knt. aud bart. disabled, Nv. i. January 1, 1645.

o. Ch. vise. Mansfield, eldest son of Wm. earl of Newcastle, disabled Jan. 22, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Jan. 1, 1645.

s. t. Sir William Lister, knt.

■f. Francis Thornhaugb, esq. deceased, w, i. Nov. 18, 1648.

f. Ncvil, esq. elected in May 1649.

Oxfordshire.

c. s. Tho. Wenman lord vise. Wenman, in Ireland.

c. James Fiennes, esq. eldest son of Wm. lord vise. Say aud Sele.

Oxford University. o. Sir Tho. Roe, knt. was deceased in 1644, w. i. Nov. 18, 1646. c. John Selden, esq.

Oxford C.

Ch. lord vise. Andover, eldest son of Tho, earl of Berkshire, called up to the house of peers by writ, Nov. 18, 1640, vitapatris.

o. John Whistler, esq. and

o. t- John Smith, esq. both, disabled, w. u Nov. 18,1616.

+. John Loyley, esq.

f. John Nixon, Alderman.

Wovdttot k B. Wm, Herbert, esq. made his election for Monmouthshire.

c. William Lcnthall.e^q. Speaker. C. s.f-Sir Robert Pyc, km.

Banbuiy B.

e. s. Nath. Fieunes, esq. 2nd son of Wm. lord vise. Say and Scle.

Rutlandshire. o. Hon. Baptist Noel, eldest son of Edw, lord vise. Cainbden, disabled, w. i. September 30, 1645.

c. o. Sir Guy Palmes, knt. disabled Sept. 28, 1613 for neglecting the service of Jtlic commonwealth, and not attending the house, W, i, Sept. 30, 1645.

J|. f. Sir James Harrington, knt.

J. f- Thomas Wayte, esq.

Shropshire.

Sir Rd, Newport knt. disabled; but created » baron, Oct. 14, 1642.

o. Sir Richard Lee, hart, disabled Sept. 6;

1642, for executing the commission of array, alter it was declared illegil, and not appearing On tummons, w. i. June 5. 1646.

c.s. +. Sir John Corbet, hart.
J. t- Humphrey Edwards, esq.

isht easbui y T.
o. Francis New port, esq. d.sabled 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, 1045.

o. Wm. Spurstow, merchant, deceased, vv. i. Jan. 19, 1645.

f. Thomas Hunt, esq.

+. W dliara, Afusiiam, esq.

Bi idgnarth B.

o. SirTho. Whitmore, knt. disabled Feb. 5, JG 13, for deserting the service .of the house, heing in the king's quarter.-, and adhering to that party, v. i. May 13, 1646,

o. Sir Edw. Acton, knt. disabled Feb. 5, 1643, for the wme offence as the last, w. i. May 13, 1646.

f. Rcihert Clive, esq.

f. Rubert Charlton esq.

Ludlow B.

o. Ch. Baldwin,esq. di-abler) Feb. 5,-1648, f>r the some offeuec as the last, w. l. July 23, 1646.

p. Ralph Goodwin, esq. secretary to prince Rupert, disabled Feb. 5, 1643, for the same Oll'ence as the last. vv. j. July 2:1, 1646. Thomas Mack worth, esq. •f. Thomas Mo«>r, esq.

Great Wenlock B.

e. Wm. Pierrepoint, esq. second son of Ror bcrr earl of Kingston.

o. Tho. Littleton, esq. disabled Feb. 5, 1643, for the same qfTence as the last, w. i. May 13, 1646.

f. Sir Humphrey Briggs, knt.

Bishop*- Castle T. 0, Sir Rob. Howard, k. h. disabled Sept. 6, J.642, fur executing the commission of array,

after it was declared illegal, and for not I ing on summons, w. i.Nov. 12, 1645.

c. Rd. Moor, esq. was dead in 1644, w. i. 'Nov. 12, 1645.

f. Isaiah Thomas, esq.
||. f. Johu Corbet,esq.

SOMKSSKT-HIRE.

o. Sir John Paulet, kut. and

o. Sir John Stawcil, k. b. both disabled Aug. 3, 1612, w. i. eod, die, and Oct 2j, Wij.

s. f. George Horner esq. and

f. John Harrington, esq. their election declared void, and w. i. June 5, 1640.

tii iitol C.

Humphrey Hooke, esq. and

Rd. Long, esq. both declared not duly elected on account of their being within the Resolution of the house against Monopolists, after 2 years sitting. In their places

f. John Glanviiic, Serjeant at law, Speaker of the last Parliament, which met the 13th of April, 1640, and

f. William Taylor, esq. disabled by vote, Sept. 25, 1645, and w. i, eod die.

f. Richard Aldworth, esq.

f. Luke Hodges, esq. deceased.

s. t- William Prynne, esq.

Buth C.

c. o. Win. Bassot, esq. disabled Feb. 5,1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, it, i. Sept. 2.i, 1645.

c. Alexander Popham, esq.

t. James Ash, esq.

Wells C,

Sir R. Hopton, k. b. di abled Aug. 5, 1642, for executing the Commission of Array, «r. i. eod. die, and Sept. 25, 1645. Created baru.i Hopton ofStratton, Sept. 4, 1642.

o. Sir Edw ard Ilodney, kut. disabled Aug. 12,

1642, w. i. eod. die, and Sept. 25, 1645. f. Lislebone Long, esq.

s,+. Clement Wulker, esq. author of the History of Independency.

Tii union B.
George Scarle, esq.

o. Sir Wm. Portmnn, hart, disabled Feb. 5.

1643, fur deserling the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering i> that parly, w. i. Sept, 25, 1645,

f. Admiral Robert Blake.

Bi idgcu ater B.

c, Sir PetcrWroth, kut. wasdeceased in 1644, w. i. Sept. 25, 16)5.

Edmund Wyndham, esq. expelled Jan. 21, 1610, fur being a monopolist, vv. i. eodem die.

f, Thomas Smith, esq. disabled Aug. 5, 1642, w, i. eod. die, and Sept. 25, 1645. +. John Palmer, M. D. ||. f, Sir Thomas Wroth, knt.

ftfi/nlifud B.
c. Sir Francis Popham, knt. and
Alex. Lutterel, gent, were both i

1644, w. i. Oct. 25, 1645.
f. Edwnrd Popham, esq.
{. Walter Strjckland, esq.

Ilchester B.

Sir Henry Berkeley, knt. and

o. Ilobcrt Hunt, esq. their election declared void. '1 lie latter «as re-elected, but disabled >el>. 5, 1613, tor deserting the service of the house, beiug in tlic kind's quarters, nnd udliermj to that party, w. i. Sept. 25, 1615.

o. f. Edward Philips, esq. disabled 'be same day, aud tor the same ofjvucc as the last, w. i. Sept. 25, 1645.

f. William Strode, esq.

*. Thomas Hodges, esq.

AJitborn-Purt B.»

George lord Digby made his election for Dorsetshire.

o. John Digby, esq. disabled Aug. 5, 1819, for putting the commission of array in execution, ». i. Sent 25, 1615.

o. Edw, Kirton esq. disabled Aug 11, 1612, v. Lead, die, ami .Sept. 25, I, j;>.

». f. Thomas Grove, esq.

f. William Carew, esq.

S' > L' T It A MPT0NSI11 RE. c. Sir H. Wallop, knt. w is deceased in 1644, *. i. Oct. 24, and Nov. 10, 16-15. c. Kicharri Whitehead, esq. t. Richard Norton, esq.

Winchester C. C. |j. John Lisle, esq.

o. Sir Win. Ogle, knt. disabled June 11, 1(513, for being in war against the parliament, vv. i. Ocr. 25,1645.

| f. Nicholas Love, esq.

Southampton T.

c George Gallop, esq.

c. Edward Ex ton, esq.

yurt&iiioutU T.

Henry Piercy, esq. made his election for Northumberland.

Col. Geo. Goring, disabled Aug. 10, 1042. for giving up Portsmouth to the king, u. i. eod. die. also Oct. 25, and March 23, 1645.

o. +. Nich. Weston, esq. disabled Aug. 16, 1042, for doing ill service to the parliament "i the alfair of Portsmouth last mentioned, w. i. S"d. die.

c. +. Edw. Dowse, esq. deceased, w. i. Nov. 18,1648.

s. t- John Booth, esq.

j. Kichard Cromwell, esq.

Yarmouth B.

c*. Philip lord Lisle eldest son of Robert earl of Leicester.

c. Sir John Leigh, knt.

petcrsjield B.

c. s. Sir Wm. Lewis, bare, disabled January 27, 1647, on account of a charge brought against him by sir T. Fairfax and the anuy: tut this order was revoked by another of the S'b of June, 1C48.

o. Sir William Uvedale, knt. disabled. Newport B.

Lucius Carey, lord vis. Falkland disabled

* This town sent no members since 35 Edw. I. till required so to do, 15 Car. I. 1640.

WlhVi Notit. Pari.

Sept. 22, 1642. Killed at the first battle of
NeuJbcrry, in Sept 1643. iu the king's service,
\v. i. November 1, 1645.
Sir Henry Worsley, bart.
f. William Stephens, LL. D.

Stockbridjic B.
c. ||. William lfeveiiinghain, esq.
s. William Jepbson, esq.

Newton B.

o. Sir John Mcux, km. disabled Feb. 5, 1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, «. i. Oct. 25, 1645.

o. Kdw. Nicholas, esq. appointed secretary of state, on the decease of lord Falkland, disabled, w. i. Oct. 25, 1645.

*. f. Sir John Harrington, knt. and bart.

s. f. John Bulkely, esq.

Christ-Church B.

Henry Tulse, esq. was deceased in 1614, w. i. October 25, 164 5.

o. .Mat. Davies, esq. disabled Mnrch lo% 1642, for not appearing on summons, u. i.Oct. 25, 1645.

t John Kemp, esq. ► t- Uicliard Edwards, esq.

Whitchurch B.

c. Sir Thomas Jcrvoise, knt.

Richard Jcrvoise, esq. deceased, w. i. October31, 1645.

f. Thomas Husscy, esq.

Liinungtvn B.

c. John Button, esq.

c. Henry Campion, esq.

Andover B.

Sir II. Rainsftird, knt. deceased, w. i. March 31. 1641.

Henry Vernon, esq. not duly elected.

c. s. -f - Sir Win. Waller, kt disabled Jan. 27, 1617, on account of a charge brought against, him by Sir T. Fairfax and the army; but this order was revoked by another of the 8th of June, 1648.

c, ||. t- Robert Wallop, esq.

Staffordshire. Sir William Bowyer, deceased, w. i. March 15, 1640.

c. o. Sir F.dward Littleton, bart. disabled March 4, 1613, for neglecting the service of the house, and going to the other party.

o. +. Sir Harvey Bagot, knt. disabled Nov. 24, 1642, for raising forces against the parliament.

f. Sir Richard SketTington, k{. deceased, w. i. October 23, 1647. *. John Bowyer, esq. ■)■. Thomas Crompton. esq.

Litchfield C.
c. Michael Noble, esq.
o. Sir Richard Cave, knt. disabled Aug. 30,

1642, w. i. Nov. 26, 1646.
s. +. Michael Bidulph, esq.

Stafford T.

o. Ralph Sneydc, jun. Rent, disabled May 20,

1643, taken prisoner at Si afford, in the king's service, w. i, Sept. 25, 1645,

o. Rd. Weston, esq. disabled,\v. i. September 35,1645.

s. +. John Swinfen, esq.
s. +. Edward Leigh, esq.

Xeueastle-undcr- Line.
c. s. Sir John Merrick, knt.
o. Sir Rd. Leveson, k. b. disabled Nov. 21,

1612, for raising forces against the parliament, w. i. Sept. 25,11545.

s. t- Samuel Tcrrick, esq.

Tarnwvrth B. William Strode, esq. made his election for Beralston.

Henry Wilmot, esq. expelled Dec. 9, 1011, for being concerned in a plot for bringing up the army to over-awe the parliament, w. i. end. die. Created baron Wilmot of Adderburv, June 29, 1643.

f. Ferdinando Stanhope, esq. fourth son of Philip carl of Chesterfield, disabled March 27, 164.3, w. i. Sept. 25, 1645.

c. *. t- Sir Peter Wentworth, k. b.

t George Abbot, Esq.

Suffolk.

c. Sir Nathaniel Baruardiston, knt.

c. s. Sir Philip Parker, knt.

lptwich T.

c. *. John Gourdon, esq.

c. William Cage, esq. w as deceased in 1644. w. i. Dec. 5, 1645.

f. Francis Bacon, esq.

Dunnich B.

c. Sir Anthony Bcdingliild, knt.

Henry Coke, esq disabled Sept. 7, 1642, for neglecting the service of tlic house, and not #ppoaring on summons, w. i. Sept. 2, 1645.

f. Robert Brewster, esq.

Orford B.

c. s. Sir William Playtcrs, knt. and bart.

Sir Charles Le Gnus, knt.

Aldborough B.

C. Squire Bcncc, esq.

Captain Rainsborough, deceased in 1611.

p. f. Alexander Bcncc, esq.

Sudbvrt/ B.

c. s. Sir Symonds D'F.wcs, knt. and hart.

Sir Robert Crane, knt. and hart, was deceased in 1644, w. i. Sept. 2, 16-15.

f. Brampton Gourdon, jun. esq.

Eye B.

c. s. Sir Roger North, knt.

o. Sir Frederick Cornwallis, knt. and bart. disabled September 23,1612, for sending ovrr officers from Holland into England against the parliament, w. i. September 1, 1645.

s. t. Morris Barrow, esq.

St. Edmundshuiy B.

o. Sir Thomas Jermyn, knt. disabledFeb. 11,

1613, for deserting the servii.e of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that pnrty, w. i. Aug. 21, 1615.

Henry Jermyn, esq. disabled; but created baron Jermyn of St. Edmundsbury, Sept, 8, 1643, w. i. Aug. 21, 1645.

s. t. Sir William Spring, bart.

f. Sir Thomas Baruardiston, knt.

Sl'RBY.

c. s Sir Richard Onslow, knt. c. s. Sir Ambrose Brown, bart.

Southwark B. o. Edward Bagshaw, esq. disabled Jan. 2?,

1643, for deserting the service of the house, being in the king's quarters, and adhering to that party, w. i. Aug. 21, 1645.

c. John White, esq. deceased Jan. 30, 1644, w. i. Aug. 21, 1645.

f. George Thompson, esq. t. George Snelling, esq.

BUchingley B. Sir John Evelyn, knt. Edward Byshc, jun. esq.

Rycgate B.

||. Wm. Monson, lord vise. Monson in Ireland.

o. Sir Thomas Bludworth, knt. disabled, w. i. Sept. 3, 1645.

+. George Evelyn, cso.

Guildford B.

c Sir Robert Parkhtlrst, knt. deceased.

George Abbot, esq. On 6th of July 1611, it was moved that this gentleman, at his own request, might decline his election, and that a new burgess might he chosen; but this motion was not thought fit to be granted. Deceased, w. i. November 12, 1615.

+. Nicholas Sloughton, esq. deceased, w. i. May 6, lOlii.

Gallon B.

..Sir Samuel Owfield, knt. was deceased in

1644, w. i. Septembers, 1645.

c. s. Thomas Sandys, esq.; and

Sanders, esq. a double return. The

latter declared not duly elected, Nov. 5, 1641.

s. f. William Owfield, esq.

Hasflmtrc B.

c. John Goodwyn, esq.

Sir Poyniugs More, knt. and bart. deceased, w. i. June 22, 1649.

Srsstx.

c. s. Sir Thomas IVIharn, bart.

c. \. Anthony Staply, esq.

Clnchester C.

o. Christopher Lewkenor, esq. disabled Sept. 4, 1642, w. i. cod. <lie, and Sept. 1645.

Sir William Morlcy, knt. disabled Nov. 23, 1612, for assisting in putting a garrison inli Chichester for the king, w. i. cod. die, and September 3, 1615.

s. t- Sir John Temple, knt.

s. f. Henry Pock, esq.

Horsham B.

c. s. Thomas Middleton, esq.

c. Paul Ravcnscroft, esq.

Mid/turst B.

c. J. William Cawley, esq.

Dr. Chaworth, not duly elected.

o. f. Thomas May, esq. disabled Not. JS, 1642, for putting a garrison into Chichester lor the king, w. i. cod. die, and Sept. 11,1645.

t. f. Sir Gregory Norton, bart.

Lertes B.

c. ||. Herbert Morlcy, esq.

—Rivers,esq. deceased, w. i. June 9. \6il.

f. Henry Shelley, esq.

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