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King's Messages (continued )
Relative to the Bill lor Tonnage and
To the Commons, relative to their Peti-
On giving his Assent to the bills for levying Soldiers and taking away the Bishop's Votes, 1088.
About the removal of the Prince, 1105.
Containing his final Answer concerning the Militia Ordinance, 1106.
From Huntingdon, relating to Ireland, the Militia Ordinance, &c. 1132. 1042 In reply to the Parliament's Answer to his Message from Newmarket, 1151.
Refusing to let the Earl of Warwick command the Fleet, 1164.
Relating to the Garrison at Hull, &c. 1176.
In Answer to the Petition against his
going to Ireland, 1179. Complaining of a Treasonable Paper
concerning the Mature of Allegiance,
1625 On opening the First Session of his
First Parliament, 1.
Second Parliament, 38.
1626 To both Houses at Whitehall, 56, 60. IS'27 On opening the First Session of his
Third Parliament, 218. 1628 Desiring the Parliament to rely on his Royal Word for their Liberties, 331.
On proroguing the Parliament in disgust, 433.
To both Houses on the Seizure of the Goods of Mr. Rollcs, a Member, for refusing to pay Tonnage, 442.
To both Houses, on the Dissolution of the Parliament, 491. 1640 On opening the F'irst Session of his Fourth Parliament, 528, 534.
By the I-ord Keeper, to hasten a Sup-
To the Lords, on the Resolution of the
On dissolving the Parliament, 571.
42 To the Lords, complaining of Sir John
In Answer to the Parliament's Votes
of Levies for Ireland, 1294. To the Commons upon their taking 100,000/. from the Supplies for Ireland, 1443. Their Answer, 1444. To both Houses for Peace, 1459.—The Parliament's Answer, 146J. 1042 (Second) for Peace, 1462—The Parliament's Answer. (Third) for Peace, 1466—The Parliaments Answer, 1468.
1640 At a Meeting of the Peers at York, 589.
On opening the Long Parliament, 629.
Relating to the Distractions in the Go-
Concerning the Marriage of the lady
On giving his Assent to the Triennial
1611 In favour"of the Earl of Strafford, 754. On the Bill for Tonnage and Poundage, 845.
On giving his Assent to the Bills for taking away the Star Chamber, 4cc. 855.
To both Houses on his Return from Scotland, 906.
Relative to the Rebellion in Ireland, and the Bill for pressing Soldiers, 968.
In the House of Commons, on demanding the Five Impeached Members, 1009.
To the Committee of both Houses, on their presenting the last Declaration to him at Newmarket, 1125. 1642 And Protestation at the Head of hit Army, 1474.
1641 Of Parliament for raising the Militia, 1083.
1C42 Of Parliament for exercising the Militia, 1328. i Of Parliament for coining Plate, 1388. Of Parliament for levying of Tonnage and Poundage, 1429.
1625 Of Parliament, declaring all such as. shall assist the King, to be Traitors, 1452.
Of Parliament for suppressing of Stage
Of Parliament for assembling the Train-
Of both Houses for Execution of the Laws aaninst Popery, and for advancing true Religion—Willi the King's Answer, 21.
Of the Earl of Bristol to be put on equal Terms with the Duke oi Buckingham, 97.
Of the Lords to the King against dissolving the Parliament, 198.
Of Sir John Elliot, on his Imprisonment for refusing to subscribe to the Loan, 208.
Of both Houses for a Fast—With the King's Answer, 230.
Of both Houses for enforcing the Laws against Recusants—with the King's Answers, 248.
Of the Commons concerning the Billeting of Soldiers—with the King's Answer, 283.
Petition Of Right—with the King's Answer, 374, 408.
Of the Lords concerning the Precedency of the late created Barons, Viscounts, and Earls of Scotland and Ireland—with the King's Answer, 438.
Of botb Houses for a Fast—with the
King's Answer, 447. Of certain Peers, for calling another
Parliament, 585. Of the Citizens of London for calling
another Parliament, 586. Of the Scot's Commissioners for calling
another Parliament, 587. Of the Citv of London against Bishops,
Of the Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr.
Laud) to the Lords, 701. Of Goodman, a .Seminary Priest, to be
executed for Peace-Sake, 715. To the Commons from the Citizens of
London concerning Grievances, 764. From the Universities in favour of
Deuns and Chapters, 789. Of both Houses against the Queen's going Abroad—her Answer, 884. Of both Houses for the King to delay
his Journey, 899. And Keinonstrance on the State of the
Kingdom, 943. Of both Houses concerning the Report
of some Members being in a Plot for
seizing the Queen—With the King's
Answer, 985. Of the Commons for a Guard-<—With
the King's Answer, 1U01,
1641 From Buckinghamshire against Bishops, 1029.
Of the Commons for hastening the
From London, Essex, and Hertford, for
Of both Homes, concerning the Tower, 1071.
To the Commons, from the Tradesmen's Wives, &c for Redress of Grievances, 1072.
From the Inhabitants of Cleveland, for a Reformation in Church and State, 1086.
Of both Houses relating to the Accused
Members, 1092. Of both Houses, concerning the Militia Ordinance, 1097. 1642 Of both Houses, that the Earl of Warwick may command the Fleet, 1147. 1642 Of the Citizens of London to l»oth Houses against the Militia Ordinance, 1150.
Of both Houses to the King, against bis
going to Ireland, 1173.—The King's
continuing the Magazine at Hull,1185. From others of the Yorkshire Gentry
concerning the same, 1205. From both Houses, desiring the King to
disband his Guard, 1242.—The King's
Answer, 1320. «
King with Nineteen Propositions,
1324.—The King's Answer, 1389. Of the County of York offered by sir
Tho. Fairfax, which the King refuses
to accept, 1349. Of the County of York to the Parliament
on the Kind's Refusal of their former
King's Proposal for au Accommoda-
the Yorkshire Petition, which he bad
refused, 1394.—The King's Answer,
Of both Houses to the King, for Peace, 1419.—The King's Answer, 1420.— The Parliament's Reply, 1428.
Of both Houses to the King, for Peace, 1470.
1636 For burning the Remonstrance of the Commons against Dissolving the Parliament, 807.
1628 Against false Rumours, 534.
1043 Forbidding Obedience to the Parliament's Militia Ordinance, 1354.
1643 Declaring the Earl of Essex and hit
IX. PROTESTS OF PEERS,
1641 Against an Order concerning Divine to the King;, 1049.
Service, 910. Against a Vote concerning the Duke
Against a Vote for an Address of Thanks of Richmond, 1061.
1M5 Of the Commons concerning Redress of 1641 Of the Bishops against all Proceedings
Grievances, 37. during their forced Absence Cora
Of the Commons relating to Sir Dudley Parliament, 993.
Dig^s, 123. 1643 Of the King at the Head of his Army,
1638 Of the Commons concerning Religion, 1473.
and the Bill for Tonnage and Pound- Of the Earl of Essex at.the Head of
age, 491. the Parliament's Army, 1475.
1(41 Of both Houses for the Defence of the Of the Parliament to the whole World,
Protestant Religion, 776. in Vindication of their Proceed
Of both Houses on the Kind's Speech on ings, 1486.—The King's Answer,
the Pressing Bill, 977. 1489.
1636 Of the Commons against dissolving the 1640 From both nouses, concerningSeminary
Parliament, 300. Priests—The King's Answer, 713.
1628 Of the Commons against the Duke of 1641 Of the Commons, on the State of the
Buckingham, as being the Cause of Kingdom, 946.
all Grievances, 420. Of both Houses, on the Kind's Speech
Of the Commons, concerning the Bill upon the Pressing Bu , 978.
for Tonnage and Poundage, 431. 1642 Of both Houses, in Answer to the King's Of the Commons, concerning Tonnage Declaration concerning sir J. Hotham
and Poundage, 488. and Hull, 1397.—The King's Au
1610 From the Parliament of Ireland, on the swer, 1329.
Decay of Trade, 4tc. 669.
1638 Of a Conference between both Houses
Of a Second Conference on the Liberty
Of a Conference concerning the Peti-
Of a Conference concerning the Lords
Addition to the Petition of Right,
1640 Of a Conference r, incoming the State
of the Kingdom, 739.
1641 Of a Conference concerning the Se
questering the Thirteen Impeached Bishops, 918.
XIII. STATE OF THE PEERAGE.
1625 List of Peers summoned to the First 1640 List of Peers at the opening of the Parliament of Charles I. 37. Long Parliament, 597,
XIV, STATE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
List of the House of Commons during the Long Parliament; distinguishing the several Alterations in that House, whether by advancement to Peerage, undue Election, Death or Expulsion,
from the first Meeting, on the 3d of November 1040, to the forcible Dissolution thereof by Cromwell, in April 1653, 597.
XV. PERSONS FILLING Tt
Archbishops of Canterbury.
1695 George Abbot, (continued).
1633 William Laud.
Lord High Chancellors.
1(525 Sir Thomas Coventry, Knight, (contin.)
1639 Sir John Finch, Knight, Jan. 23. (crear
ted Lord Finch in 1640).
1640 Sir Edward Littleton, Knight, Lord
Keeper; (created Lord Littleton in, 1641).
Archbishops of York.
1625 Tobias Matthew, translated from Durham, (continued).
1628 George Montaigne, translated from Durham.
1628 Sam. llarsnct, translated from Norwich. Lord High Treasurers.
1625 Lord Ley, afterwards Earl of Marlborough, (Continued).
1628 Richard Weston, Lord Weston, Chancellor of the Exchequer, created in 1032 Karl of Portland (Francis Cottington, Lord Cottington, Chancellor of the Exchequer),
1634 William Laud, Archbishop of Canter
bury . Henry Montagu, Karl of Manchester, Lord Privy Seal; Francis Cottington, Lord Cottington, Chancellor of the Exchequer; Sir John Cooke, Knight, and Sir Francis Windebank, Knight, Principal Secretaries of State ; Commissioners of the Treasury.
1635 William Juxon, Bishop of London, (Ed
ward Barret, Lord Newburgh, Chancellor of the Exchequer )
E HIGH OFFICES OF STATE, 5 TO ]6i2.
1641 Sir Edward Littleton, Knight, Lord Keeper of the Great'Seal, Henry Montagu, Earl of Manchester, Lord Privy Seal; Sir John Banks, Knight, Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas; Edward Barnet, Lord New? burgh, Chancellor of the Exchequer; Sir Henry Vane, Knt. Commissioners of the Treasury.
1612 (Sir John Colcpcper, Knight, Chancellor of the Exchequer.)
Lords Privy Seal. 1625 Edward Somerset, Earl of Northampton, (continued). 1627 Henry Montagu, Earl of Manchester.
Speakers of the House of Commons.
1625 Sir Thomas Crew, Knight, (continued),
1625 Sir Ileneage Finch, Knight.
1627 Sir John finch, Knight.
1010 John Glanville, Esq.
1010 William Lenthall, Esq.
Musters of the Hulls. 1025 Julius Ca>snr, (continued) 1629 Sir Humphrey May. 1038 Charles Cirsar. 1642 Sir John Colcpcper.
Attorneys General. 1625 Robert Heath 1631 William Noy. 1034 Sir John Banks, Knt. 1 1640 Sir Edward Herbert, Knt.
Solicitors General. 1625 Richard Skelton. 1634 Sir Edward Littleton, Knt.
1639 Edward Herbert.
1640 Oliver St. John.
I/>rd Keeper, Williams, 3, 4, 28,
Lord Keeper, Coventry, 39, 56,
Lord Keeper, Finch, 528, 536,
Lord Treasurer, Ley, 3.
Monmouth, Earl of, 1031.
Rich, Sir Nath. 13,253, 402,478,
475, 477, 481.
Rolles, Mr. 35, 55, 437, 461,
Sclden, Mr. 54, 256, 264, 286,
476, 478, 479, 480, 490.
253, 447, 462, 474, 476, 666.
Speaker, Tho (Sir Thomas Crew),
Speaker, The (Sir Heneage Finch),
Speaker, The(Sir John Finch), 222,
Speaker, The (J. Glanville, esq.),
Speakjer,Tbe,(Wm. lenthall esq.),
Spencer, Mr. 254.
Stapylton, Sir Philip, 1036.
Steward. Dr. 461.
Strangeways, Sir John, 2S6, 480.
Strode, Mr. 13, 1018.
Thomas, Mr. W. 328.
Vane, Sir Henry, 822.
Waller, Edmund, 463, 467, 555.
235, 255, 258, 278, 279, 344,
Weston, Sir R. see Chancellor of
742, 743, 776.