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Charles Earl of Peterborow.

Dux Leeds. Épus. Petriburg. Ds. Howard Esc.
Thomas Earl of Stamford.

Dux Bedford.

Epus. Gloucestr. Ds. Mohun.
Evelin Earl of Kingston.

Ds. Raby.

March. Normanby. Epus. Cice fr.
Robert Earl of Scarsdale.

Epus. Oxon.

Ds. Byron.
Edward Earl of Sandwich.

Comes Lindsey,

Ds. Vaughani
Algernon Earl of Esex.

Magnus Came

Ds. Culpeper.

rarius.
Anthony Earl of Shaftesbury.

Ds. Rockingham.
Lewis Earl of Feversham.

Comes Carlisle,

Ds. Berkeley Str.
Charles Earl of Radnor.

Marescallus

Ds. Arundel Tr.
Charles Earl of Berkeley.

Angl.

Ds. Dartmouth.

Comes Jersey,
Daniel Earl of Nottingham,

Ds. Stawell.
William Earl of Portland.

Camerarius.

Ds. Guilford.

Ds. Jeffreys.
George Earl of Warrington.

Comes Kent.
Henry Earl of Romney.

Comes Huntingdon.

Ds. Cholmondeley
Edward Earl of Orford.

Comes Leicester.

Ds. Weston

Ds. Herbert
Henry Earl of Grantham.

Comes Northamp

Ds. Sommers.
Nathan'l Viscount Say & Seale.

ton.

Ds. Halifax.
Charles Viscount Townshend.

Comes Denbigh.
Thomas Viscount Weymouth.

Comes Manchejtet.
Thomas Lord Archbishop of Canterbury.

Comes Rivers.

Comes Peterborow.
William Lord Bishop of Worcester.

Comes Stamford.
Gilbert Lord Bishop of Salisbury.

Comes Kingston.
Humphry Lord Bishop of Hereford.

Comes Scarsdale.
John Lord Bishop of Coventry & Litchfield.

Comes Sandwich.
John Lord Bishop of Norwich.
Richard Lord Bishop of Petriburgh.

Comes Esex.

Comes Sbaftesbury.
John Lord Bishop of Chichester.

Comes Feversham.
William Lord Bishop of Oxford.

Comes Maclesfeld.
George Lord Bergevenny.

Comes Radnor.
Robert Lord Ferrers.

Comes Berkeley.
Ralph Lord Eure.

Comes Nottingham.
Thomas Lord Wharton.

Comes Portland.
William Lird North & Grey,

Comes Marlbo-
James Lord Chandos.

rough.
Foulk Lord Brooke.

Comes Warrington.
John Lord Poulett.

Comes Romney.
Charles Lord Howard Esc.

Comes Orford.
Charles Lord Mohun.

Comes Grantham.
Thomas Lord Raby.
William Lord Byron,

Viscount Say & Seale.

Viscount Townshend.
Fohn Lord Vaughan.

Viscount Weymouth.
John Lord Colepeper.
Lewis Lord Rockingham.

Their Lordships, or any Seven of them ; to meet on
John Lord Berkeley.

Monday next, at Four of the Clock in the After
Wiliam Lord Dartmouth.

noon, in the House of Peers; and every Monday
William Lord Stawell.

after; and to adjourn as they please.
Francis Lord Guilford.
Hugh Lord Cholmondley.

Lords Sub-committees appointed to consider of the Or-Committee for
Henry Lord Herbert.

ders and Customs of the House, and Privileges of the the Journal,
Jobn Lord Sommers.

Peers of this Kingdom and Lords of Parliament; and
Charles Lord Halifax.

to peruse and perfect the Journal of the last Parlia-
Duke of
Bedford takes

ment, and also the Journal of this Parliament; (via
This Day Wriothefly Russell Duke of Bedford sat first
his Seat;

in Parliament, upon the Death of his Grandfather William delicet)
Duke of Bedford.

March. Normanby. Epus. Norwic. Ds. Bergevenny.
and Lord
Also, William Lord Stawell fat first in Parliament,

Comes Kent.
Epus. Petrib.

Ds. Ferrers.
upon the Death of his Brother John Lord Stawell. Comes Denbigh. Epus. Gloucestr. Ds. Eure.

Comes Manchester.Epus. Cicestr. Ds. Brooke.
Hodie je vice lecta est Billa, intituled, “ An A& for

Comes Rivers.

Epus. St. Asaph. Ds. Grey. " the presenting of the Poor's being defrauded, and Comes Stamford. Epus. Oxon.

Ds. Poulett. “Redress of several other Abuses."

Comes Kingston. Epus. Bangor. Ds. Howard Efor
Committee of

Ds. Mohun.
Privileges,
Lords Committees appointed to consider of the Customs Comes Shaftesbury.

Ds. Byron.
and Orders of the House, and the Privileges of Par- Comes Berkeley.

Ds. Vaughan. liament, and of the Peers of this Kingdom and Lords Comes Nottingham.

Comes Warringtone
of Parliament.

Ds. Culpeper;
Viscount Town

Ds. Rockingham.
Dux Devon, Se.

bend.

Ds. Berkeley Str.
nescallus,
Ús. Bergevenny. Viscount Hoya

Ds. Dartmouth.
Dux Richmond.

Ds. Ferrers.
mouth.

Ds. Stawel.
Epus. Wigorn.

Ds. Eure.
Dux Ormonde.

Viscount Longues

Ds. Guilford.
Ds. Wharton,
Dux Northuniber-

Ds. Herbert.

ville.
Epus. Hereford.
Ds. North & Grey:

Ds. Haversham.
land.
Dux St. Albans.

Ds. Chandos,

Litch.
Dax Bolton.

Ds. Brooke.

Their Lordships, or any Three of them; to meet
.
Ds. Poulett,
when, where, and as often as, they please.

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13

Journals of the House of Lords.
Upon Complaint made to this House, " That there is

Comes Marlborough,
prevent Stop « such an Interruption, by Hackney Coaches, Carts, and

Comes Warrington. “ Drays, in king's Street, and the Pallages in The Old Palace

Comes Bradford. " Yard in Westminster, that the Lords and others are fre

Comes Romey. quently hindered from coming to this House, to the great

Comes Albemarle. “ Inconveniency of the Members of both Houses:

Comes Orford.

Comes Grantham.
It is thereupon ORDERED, by the Lords Spiritual
and Temporal in Parliament assembled, That the High

Viscount Townshend.
Steward of the City of Westminster, or his Deputy, to-

Viscount Weymouth.
gether with the Justices of the Peace for the said City,
ihall, by their Care and Directions to the Constables
and other Officers within the said Limits, take special

PRAYERS
Order, that no empty Hackney Coaches be suffered to
make any Stay, between Whitebal and The Old Palace

The Lords following took the Oaths, and made and Lords take the
Yard in Westminster, from Eleven of the Clock in the

subscribed the Declaration, pursuant to the Sta- Oaths. Forenoon, until Three of the Clock in the Afternoon tute : of the fame Day, during the Sitting of this Parliament; and that no Carriages, Drays, or Carts, be permitted Dux Ormonde. . to pass through the said Streets and Passages, between

Epus. Wigorn. Ds. Osborne. the Hours aforesaid, during the Sitting of this Parlia. Comes Jersey,

Camerarius.

Epus. Roffen. Ds. Feffreys.
ment; and herein special Care is to be taken, by the said

Epus. Gloucestr. Ds. Weston.
Deputy Steward, Justices of the Peace, Constables, and Comes Leicester.

Ds. Haversham.
all other Officers herein concerned, as the contrary will Comes Marlbo-
be answered to this House.

rough.

Comes Bradford.
Adjourn. Dominus Custos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Par-
liamentum continuandum effe usque ad et in diem Mer-

Then the House was adjourned during Pleasure, to
curii, tricefimum primum diem Decembris instantis, hora

Robe. undecima Auroræ, Dominis fic decernentibus.

The House was resumed.

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After Monday

His Majesty, being feated on His Royal Throne,

King present. adorned with His Crown and Regal Ornaments (the Peers being also in their Robes); commanded the Deputy Gentleman Uher of the Black Rod to go to the House of Commons, and let them know, “ It is His “ Majesty's Pleasure, that they attend Him presently.'

Who being come; they presented Robert Harley Esquire, Mr. Harley whom they had chosen to be their Speaker, for His Ma- Speaker, jesty's Royal Approbation.

H. C. presente
And, after a short Speech made by him to His Ma-
jesty, expressing his hearty Affection and Duty to His
Majesty and His Government:

The Lord Keeper, by His Majesty's Command, ac- Approved of
quainted the House of Commons, " That His Majesty
“ was pleased to approve of the Choice they had made;
“ and did allow of Mr. Harley to be their Speaker.”

Then Mr. Speaker returned His Majesty Thanks, for
His Gracious Approbation of the Choice and Accep-
tance of His Service; and humbly prayed, in the Name
of the Commons,

“ That His Majesty would be graciously pleased
“ to allow and confirm all their ancient Rights and

Privileges; particularly, That they might have

Liberty and Freedom of Speech in all their. « Debates.

ne Or-Committee for of the the Journal

; and

DIE
IE Mercurii, 31° Decembris.

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Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes

fuerunt:
Arch. Cant.

Ds. Custos Magni
Epus. W'igorn.

Sigilli.

Ds. Bergevenny.
Dux Devon, Senes Ds. Ferrors.
Epus. Roffen.

callus.

Ds. Wharton.
Epus. Sarum,

Ds. North & Grey.
Epus. Hereford. Dux Somerset.

Ds. Hunsdon.
Epus. Lich. & Covo Dux Richmond.

Ds. Brooke.
Epus. Norwic. Dux Ormonde.

Ds. Poulett.
Epus. Petrib. Dux Northumberland.

Ds. Howard Esc.
Epus. Gloucestr. Dux St. Albans.

Ds. Mohun.
Epus. Oxon.
Dux Bolton.

Ds. Raby.
Dux Schonburg. Ds. Byron.
Dux Leeds.
Dux Bedford.

Ds. Vaughan.

Ds. Culpeper.
March. Normanly.

Ds. Rockingham.

Ds. Berkeley Str.
Comes Lindsey, Mag- Ds. Osborné.
nus Camerarius.

Ds. Dartmouth.
Comes Jersey, Came- Ds. Guilford.
rarius.

Ds. Godolphin.
Comes Oxon.

Ds. Jeffreys.

Ds. Cholmondeley.
Comes Kent.

Ds. Weston.
Comes Huntingdon.
Comes Northampton.

Ds. Haversham,
Comes Denbigh.

Ds. Halifax.
Comes Manchester.
Comes Rivers.
Comes Stanford.
Comes Kingston.
Comes Scarsdale.
Comes Sandwich.
Comes Ellex.
Comes Feversham.
Comes Radnor.
Comies Berkeley.
Comes Nottingham.

Comes Portland.
Vol. XVII.

Parlia; (vie

ny.

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“ That their Persons, Eftates, and Servants, be free

“ from Arrests and Troubles.

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“ of all their Actions; and that, if himself at

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* Mr. Speaker,

My Opinion is, if you do nou lay Hold on this Occa" His Majesty is pleased to say, That He is fully

" lion, you have no Reason to hope for another. " afsured of the Prudence and Discretion, as well as of In order to do your Part, it will be necesary to " the Affections of His House of Commons; and as to have a great Strength at Sea, and to provide for the " the Suit which you have made in their Name, His " Security of our Ships in Harbour; and alto, that there

Majesty does most willingly grant to them all their“ be fuch a Force at Land, as is expected in Proportion “ Privileges, in as full a Manner as they were ever

" to the Forces of our Allies.
"granted by any of His Royal Predecessors: As to what

" Gentlemen of the lioufe of Commons,
you have prayed in relation to yourself, the King
“ will put the best and most favourable Construction

“ I do recommend thefe Matters to you with that upon your Endeavours; being satisfied that you have “ Concern and Earneftness which their Importance rea Heart, full of Loyalty to him, and of Zeal for the

quires : At the same Time, I cannot but press you to “ Good of your Country.”

“ take Care of the public Credit; which cannot be pre

“ served but by keeping sacred that Maxim, That they Then His Majesty spake as followeth:

“ shall never be Loters, who truit to a Parliamentary

Security.
King's Speech.
My Lords and Gentlemen,

“ It is always with Regret, when I do ask Aids of " I promise Myself you are met together full of that My People; but you will obterve, that I detire bothing just Sense of the common Danger of Europe, and that “ which relates to any Personal Expence of Mine: I am " Refeatment of the late Proceedings of the French King, only pressing to you to do all you can for your own “ which has been so fully and universally expreít, in Safety and Honour, at so critical and dangerous 2 " the loyal and seasonable Addresses of My People. “ Time; and am willing, that what is given thould be " The owning and setting up the pretended Prince

wholly appropriated to the Purposes for which it is

“ intended. “ of Wales for King of England, is not only the highest

Indignity offered to Me, and the Nation ; but do so And, since I am speaking on this Head, I think it " nearly concern every Man, who has a Regard for the proper to put you in Mind, that, during the late “ Protestant Religion, or the present and future Quier War, I ordered the Accompts to be laid Yearly be" and Happiness of his Country, that I need not press " fore the Parliament; and also gave My Afient to fe

you to lay it seriously to Heart, and to consider, what “ veral Bills for taking the public Accompts, that My “ further effectual Means inay be used, for securing the Subjects might have Satisfaction how the Money given “ Succesfion of the Crown in the Protestant Line, and " for the War was applied: And I ain willing that liat“ extinguiihing the Hopes of all Pretenders, and their

be

put in any further Way of Examination, open and secret Abettors.

" that it may appear, whether there were any MitapBy the French King's placing His Grandson on the

plications and Mismanagements, or whether the Debt “ Throne of Spain, He is in a Condition to oppress the

" that remains upon us has really arisen from the Short"relt of Europe, unless speedy and electual Measures

“ ness of the Supplies, or the Deficiency of the tuous. " be taken.

“ I have already told you, how neceffary Dilpiteli

“ will be, for carrying on that great public Buliness, “ Under this Pretence, He is become the real Master " of the whole Spanish Monarchy; He has made it to

“ whereon our Safety, and all that is valuable to us, de"be entirely depending on France, and disposes of it

pends: I hope, what Time can be spared will be " as of His own Dominions; and, by that Means, He has

« employed about those other very desirable Things,

“ which I have so often recommended from the Throne; " surrounded His Neighbours in such a Manner, that,

I mean, the forming fome good Bills, for employing the though the Name of Peace may be said to continue,

“ Poor, for encouraging Trade, and the further fup-
yet they are put to the Expence and Inconveniencies
" of a War.

presling of Vice.
" This must affect England in the nearest and most My Lords and Gentlemen,
" sensible Manner; in respect to our Trade, which will

“ I hope you are come together determined to avoid " loon become precarious in all the valuable Branches “ all Manner of Disputes and Differences, and resolved " of it; in respect to our Peace and Safety at Home, “ to act with a general and hearty Concurrence for pro" which we cannot hope should long continue; and in

moting the common Cause; which alone can make this " respect to that Part which England ought to take in " the Preservation of the Liberty of Europe.

“ a happy Sellion.

“ I should think it as great a bleliing as could befall “ In order to obviate the general Calamity with “ England, if I could observe you as much inclined to * which the rest of Christendoin is threatened by this

lay aside those unhappy fatal Animnotities, which diexorbitant Power of France, I have concluded several “ vide and weaken you, as I am dilpoled to make all

Alliantes, according to the Encouragernent given Mc “ My Subjects fafe and caly as to any, crea the lighet, ' by both Houses of Parliament; which I will direct “ Offences committed against Me.

Thall be laid before you, and which, I doubt not, you “ will enable Me to make good.

“Let Me conjure you to disappoint the only Hopes

“ of our Enemies, by your Unaninity: I have thewn, “ There are some other Treaties still depending, that

" and will always thew, how delirous I am to be the * thall be likewise communicated to you as soon as they “common Father of all Ny People: Do you, in like are perfected.

“ Manner, lav aside Parties and Divisions: Let there be " It is fit I should tell you, the Eyes of all Europe are “ no other Distinction heard of among us, for the fuupon this Parliament, all Matters are at a Stand till “ ture, but of those who are for the Proteftant Reli

your Resolutions are known; and therefore no Time gion and the present Establishinent; and of those who " ought to be loft.

mean a Popish Prince, and a French Government. “ You have yet an Opportunity, by God's Blefling, “ I will only add this: If you du in good Earnest de" to secure to you, and your Posterity, the quiet Enjoy- " fire to see Engiand hold the Balance of Europe, and to

ment of your Religion and Liberties, if you are not “ be indeed at the Head of the Protestant Interest, it wanting to yourselves, but will exert the ancient Vi- “ will appear by your right improving the present Ope gour of the English Nation : But I tell you plainly, portunity.”

Then

Then His Majesty was pleased to withdraw; and the Die Jóvis, io Januarii:

ffary to for the at there portion

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His Majesty's Speech was read by the Lord Keeper.

Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes

fuerunt:
Whereupon,

Epus. Wigorn. Ds. Custos Magni
Lords Committees were appointed, to draw an Ad Epus. Sarun.

Sigilli.

Ds. Dergevenny

Comes Pembroke, Ds. Ferrers. dress, to be presented to His Majesty, upon that Epus. Hereford.

Präses.

Dz. Hünitor2.
Part of His Majesty's most Gracious Speech which Epus. Petrib.

Ds. Poulcti.
takes Notice of the great Indignity offered to His Epus. Glouceftr.

Dux Somerset.
Majesty and this Nation, by the French King's Epus. Cicestr.

Dux Richmond.

Ds. Marrari.

Ds. Vohun. owning and setting up the pretended Prince of Epus. Oxon.

Dux Bolton.

Is. Ruh.
Wales, for King of England; and to give His Ma-

Dux Bedford.

Ds. Burcl.
jesty the Assurances of this House, in supporting
His Majesty's Government, and the Succesiion of

March. Normanby:

Ds. Vienspan.

Ds. Culper. the Crown, according to the Acts of Parliament

Comes Lindsey, Mag- Di. Itse king:ei 12. limiting the same in the Protestant Line; and re

nus Camerarius. port to this House.

Comes Carlisle, Ma- Ds. Ohorne

Ds. Berkeley S. rescallus Angl.

Ds. Stazvell.
Dux Devon,
Ds. Ferrers.

Comes Kent.
Senescallus.

Ds. Guiiford.
Ds. North & Grey,

Comes Huntingdon.

Ds. Godolphin.
Dux Somerset.
Ds. Mohun.

Comes Northampton.

Ds. Ferous.
Dux Bolton,
Ds. Rockingham.

Comes Manchester.

Ds. Ian.
Dux Bedford.
Ds. Osborne.

Comes Peterborow.

Ds. Herbert.
March. Normanby.
Ds. Stawell.

Comes Stamford.
Comes Lindsey,
Ds. Guilford.

Comes Kingston.
Ds. Jeffreys.

Comes Sandavich.
Magnus
Ds. Herbert.

Comes Esex.
Camerarius.
Ds. Halifax.

Comes Shaftesbury.
Comes Northamp-

Comes Radnor.

Comes Nottingham.
ton.
Comes Manchef

Comes Portland.

Comes Marlborough.
ter.
Comes Rivers.

Comes Warrington.
Comes Stamford.

Comes Bradford.
Comes Kingston,

Comes Romney.
Comes Scarsdale.

Comes Grantham.
Comes Feversham.

Viscount Townshend.
Comes Radnor.

Viscount Weymouth
Comes Notting-

ham.
Comes Portland.

PRAYERS.
Comes Bradford.
Viscount Wey-

The Lords following took the Oaths, and made and Lords take the
mouth,
subscribed the Declaration, pursuant to the Statute :

Oaths.

Thomas Earl of Pembroke; Lord President.
Their Lordships, or any Five of them; to meet

To-morrow, at Ten of the Clock in the Fore Robert Lord Hunsdon.
noon, in the Prince's Lodgings near the House Banistre Lord Maynard.
of Peers.

Sidney Lord Godolphin.

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The Lord Ferrers reported from the Lords Commit-
Dominus Custos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Par- tees, the Address drawn by them, to be presented to
liamentum continuandum effe usque ad et in diem Jovis, His Majesty.
primum diem Januarii jam prox. fequen. hora duode-

Which was read, and agreed to, as followeth; (vide-
cima, Dominis fic decernentibus.

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“We, Your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal Subjects, Address con. “ the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assem-cerning the “ bled, did hear, with all imaginable Satisfaction, Your ing owned in “ Majesty's most Gracious Speech to both Your Houses France. “ of Parliament; for which were turn Your Majesty our “ most humble and hearty Thanks: And though the • several Particulars, which Your Majesty was pleased “ to recommend to us, are of the highest Importance, “ and that we will lose no Time in proceeding to the “ Consideration of them, with great Duty to Your

Majesty; yet we cannot defer expressing our just Re“ sentments of the Proceedings of the French King, in “ owning and setting up the pretended Prince of Wales

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“ BURLINGTON,

LEIGH. " for King of England and other Your Majesty's Realms

6 GRANTHAM.

PETERBOROW. “ and Dominions, which we take to be the highest In

• STAWELL. Tho. Roffen. dignity that can be offered to Your Sacred Majesty

66 SCARSDALE.

FEVERSHAM " and this Kingdom; and we do assure Your Majesty,

LOVELACE. we are so sensible thereof, that we are resolved to

“ Dorsett. 66 Rochester,

MAYNARD.
"affist Your Majesty to the utmost of our Power, in

SOUTHAMPTON.
“ defending Your Sacred Person and Government from “ SOMMERS.
“ all Attempts whatsoever that shall be made, either

6. CORNWALLIS. ASHBURNHAM. ROMNEY.
“ from Your open or secret Enemies : And, that no

" OssULS'TONE. “ Enemies to our Religion and Country may ever hope 66 ALBEMARLE.

KINGSTON.

“ H. LONDON.
“ to prosper in their Attempts against us, when, to our
great Unhappiness, it shall please God to deprive us

" GoDoLPHIN. Osborne.
" of Your Majesty's Protection; we do further declare " BRADFORD.

CRAYEN. our Resolution, to aslist and defend, to the utmost of

“ HENRY DE LONGUEVILLE. “our Power, against the pretended Prince of Wales, " Jo. BANGOR.

LEMPSTER. " and all other Pretenders whatfoever, every Person

- HALIFAX.
“and Persons, who have Right to succeed to the Crown

6 HAVERSHAM."
of these Realms, by virtue of the Two Acts of Parlia-
“ment, intituled, " An Act, declaring the Rights and

It is ORDERED, That there be a Blank left in the Lords to fign

Address:
Liberties of the Subject, and settling the Succession
" of the Crown;" and, * Ản Act for the further Limita- Journal of this House, after the Entry of the Address,
tion of the Crown, and better securing the Rights that the Lords may sign the same when they attend the

House.
" and Liberties of the Subject.” And we conclude,
“ with our earnest Prayers to ALMIGHTY God, for
“ Your Majesty's long and happy Reign over us. ORDERED, That this House do attend His Majesty, Houfe to at-

with their Address, at Five of the Clock this Afternoon, with it:
“ CUMBERLAND.

at Kensington. “ NORMANBY.

Tho. CANTUAR. " Carlisle, E. M.

Bolton, ORMONDE.

It is ORDERED, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo- Address to be " St. ALBANS,

ral in Parliament assembled, That the Lord Keeper of printed. « ESSEX.

the Great Seal of England do give Order, that the “ PEMBROKE, P.

Address presented to His Majesty this Day, and His " TOWNSHEND.

Majesty's most Gracious Answer thereunto, be forthwith 6 RABY. R. FERRERS.

KeNr.

printed and published.

66 VAUGHAN. 6 SHAFT ESBURY.

ORDERED, That this House will take His Majesty's King's Speech J. CULPEPER.

Speech into further Confideration To-morrow, at Eleven « RADNOR.

NORTH X GREY.

a Clock; and all the Lords fummoned to attend. “ R. EURE.

Lucas. 66 NOTTINGHAM.

HERBERT.

The Lord President acquainted the House, “ That Yeoman
“ ROCKINGHAM.

“ Sir David Mitchel Gentleman Usher of the Black Usher's Place.
« DARTMOUTH.
STAMFORD. PORTLAND.

Rod and Mr. Richard Colinge had had a Trial, touch-
“ CHOLMOND-Ley. Jo. LICHFIELD & Cov.

“ ing the Place of Yeoman Ulher; and that a Verdict 6 W. Oxon.

“ was given for Sir David; who recominended Mr. “ Berkeley of STRATTON. J. Norwich.

John Phillips, to attend the Service of this House in
« BROOKE.

MOHUN. " that Employment.”
66 HOWARD. Ric. PETRIBURG. WILLUGHEY DE Brok,
6 BEDFORD.
66 SCARBROUGH. SUFFOLKE.

Dominus Custos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Par- Adjourn.
6 SANDWICH.

liamentum continuandum esse usque ad et in diem VeneLINDSEY, G. C.

ris, fecundum diem instantis Januarii, hora undecima
~ HUNTINGDON. POULETT.

Aurora, Dominis fic decernentibus.
4 WEYMOUTH.
6 WINCHILSEA.

NORTHAMPTON.

“ GUILFORD. “ OXFORD.

Weston.
« WARRINGTON.

PLIMOUTH. T. WHARTON.
« DENBIGH.
6 MARLBOROUGH.

“ W. WORCESTER.

6 ANGLESEY.

" ORTORD. “ MANCHESTER.

JERSEY.

" NORTHUMBERLAND.
“ BERGEVENNY. RICHMOND. GI. SARUM.

« H. HEREFORDENS,
" LAWARR.
• Devonshire. Byrox. Carnarvon. Sy. Eliens.

6. N. CESTRIENS.
" BERKELEY, JEFFREYS. Edw. GLOUCESTER,
" THANET.

“Jo. Chichester.
“ SAT & SAALI.

VENERIS, “ JA. LINCOLN

to be confi.

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