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25. A Paper dispersed about concerning" the Nature of Allegiance—The King's
Message concerning the said Treasonable Paper .... 1183.
The King's Messise to the Lords, containing his Reasons for refusing to pass
the Militia Bill 1201
Jffay 2. A Counter Petition to the King, from others of the Yorkshire Gentry, con-
12'Bishop's bailed 1205
5. The Parliament's Answer to the King's Refusal to pass the Militia Bill—And
7. The King's Answer to the Parliament's Votes and Declaration concerning
10. Propositions of the Commons against Popish Recusants .... 1220
to the Parliament's Answer concerning Sir John Hotham and Hull . 1928
—The King' Speech to them—Their Answer—The Names of those
17. The intended Removal of the Term to York voted illegal—Resolutions
against the King's demanding the Attendance of any Subject . . 1233
19. Letter from the Committee at York relating to the King's raising a Guard
—Lord Surile voted guilty of a Contempt, Uc 1238
JO. The Parliament rcsoW cs That the King intends to make War against them—
The King's Answer to the Parliament's Dsclaration of the 19th of May 1280
16. Remonstrance of both Houses, in Answer to the King's Declaration con-
87. Orders of Parliament against removing the Records ft> York—Instructions
from, the Parliament to their Commissioners in Lincolnshire and atHull 1314
June 1. Petition and Advice of both Houses to the King, with Nineteen Propositions—
4. The King's Answer to the Parliament's Remonstrance of the 20th of May . 1329
6. Letter from the Parliament's Committee at York—The King's Declaration
to the Freeholders, &c. of York—Petition offered by sir T. Fairfax,
7. Letter to the Lords from Nine Peers at York—Letter from Lord Willoughby
concerning the Militia—The King's Letter to him—His Answer—The
10. A Subscription set on foot by both Houses, of Money and Horse—Proposi-
16. The King's Declaration tojiis Privy Council at York—Their Engagement—
The King's solemn Declaration and Profession—Declaration and Pro-
20. Lord Panel's Reasons for leaving the Parliament, and going to the King . 1388
Julv 5. The Lard Mayor, sir Richard Gurney, impeached—Advice of the King's
15. Speeches in the Commons against a CivilWar—Mr.Wliitelocke,sirB.Rudyard 1415
August 1. Ordinance of Parliament foi levying of Tonnage ami Poundage . . 1429
2, The Parliament's Reasons for taV.iiii: up Arms—Portsmouth declares for the
King—Sentence passed upon the Lord Mayor ..... 14J3
10. Letter concerning the State of Affairs in Yorkshire ..... 1448
19. Mr. Oliver Cromwell prevents the University of Cambridge from send-
ing their Plate to the King 1453
20. Declaration of Parliament, occasioned by the late Letter from Yorkshire—
Coventry summoned by tlie King—The Earl of Bath's Reasons for uot
attending tbe Parliament 1454
23. The King sets up his Standard at Nottingham 1456
87. The Earl of Southampton comes from the King with a Message for Peace—
The King's Message—The Parliament's Answer .... 1458
Sept. 2. An Order for suppressing of Stage Plays 1461
5. The King's Second Message for Peace—Resolutions of both Houses there-
SI. The Parliament's Instructions to their Captain General—A Committee of
The Earl of Essex's Speech and Protestat the Head of the Parliament's Army 1475
to the King—Advice of the King's coming to London with his Army . 1477
14. The Parliament's Orders for Defence of the City—Bill for calliug an As-
sembly of Divines—Resolutions relative to Contributions to the Par-
24, The Parliament and Citizens prepare for their Defence .... 1494
26, The King's Proclamation of a free Pardon I494
Relation Of The Battle Of Edge-hill—Speeches of the lord Wharton,
1611 Of both Houses, that they will dispose of the Militia, without the King's Consent, 1109—The King's Answer, 1246.
Of both Houses, setting forth the Causes of their Fears and Jealousies, 1114— The King's Answer, 1141. 1642 Of both Houses, of the Grievances of the Kingdom, and the Remedies proposed, 1155. Of both Houses, lelating to Hull, 1193, 1204—The King's Answer, 1212? 1222.
Of both Houses, against taking Arms by the King's Command, 1235.
Of both Houses recapitulating the Messages, &c. between them and the King,1249—The King's Answer,1280.
Of the King, to the Ministers, Freeholders, kc. of York, 134T.
Of both Houses, on the King's Procla-
And Profession of the King to his Privy
1625 To the Speaker to hasten theSupply, 47. To the Speaker to hasten the Supply, 190.
1628 To the Lords touching the Liberty of the Subject, 351.
To the Lords for respiting the Execution of the Earl of StrafTord, 760.
To the Lords concerning the Safety of the Prince, 1042.
To the Commons complaining of a Passage in Mr. Pym's Speech, 1082.
To the Earl of Berkshire for his Attendance iu Parliament, 1103.
1626 To hasten the Supply, 33.
Concerning sir Edward Coke, 44. For hastening the Supply, 48. 1626 Concerning the Earl of Bristol, 78.
Concerning the Earl of Bristol's Charge against the Duke of Buckingham, 91. Concerning sir John Elliot, 122. 1628 In Vindication of the Duke of Buckingham, 258. Desiring the Commons not to make any
Recess at Easter, 276.
1042 And Profession of the King's Priry Council at York, 1375. Of the King, disavowing his intention ■ of making War against the Parlip
ment, 1375. In Answer to the King's Better to the Citizens of London, forbidding them to lend Monev to the Parliament, 1382—The King's Reply, 1384. Of both Houses containing a Narrative of the Proceedings of the King's evil Counsellors, 1410. Of both Houses, against the King's, compelling the Attendance of hie Subjects, 1413. Of both Houses, containing their Reasons for taking up Arms, 1433. Of both Houses, in Answer to the King's Proclamation declaring the Earl of Essex nnd his Adherents Rebels, 1443. Of both Houses, on the King's intention of raising his Standard at Nottingham, 1454.
1628 To the lx>i<\ Keeper, stating liis Olijcctions to passing the Bill for cleariu; the Accused Members, 1146.
1G42 To the Lords, proposing to go over to Ireland, to quell the Rebellion, 116?. Requiring the Earls of Essex and Holland to attend hiin at York, or to quitthcirOfiic.es, 1171. To the Citizens of Tendon, forbidding them to lend money to the Parliament, 1381.—The Parliament'! Answer, 1382.—The King's RepW, 1384.
1628 Requiring the Lords to adjourn, 401. Forbidding the Commons to meddle
with Affairs of State, 401. Of Thanks to the Lords, 406. To the Commons by their Speaker, 406. 1640 To the Commons, to hasten a Supply, 570.
To the Lords, for suppressing Tumults, 778.
To the Lords, relating to the Scots Treaty, 906.
For raising Volunteers for suppressing
the Irish Rebellion, 991. Concerning the Accused Members,
Relating to the Accused Members, 103S.