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A84524 A collection of the statutes made in the reigns of King Charles the I. and King Charles the II. with the abridgment of such as stand repealed or expired. Continued after the method of Mr. Pulton. With notes of references, one to the other, as they now stand altered, enlarged or explained. To which also are added, the titles of all the statutes and private acts of Parliament passed by their said Majesties, untill this present year, MDCLXVII. With a table directing to the principal matters of the said statutes. By Tho: Manby of Lincolns-Inn, Esq.; Public General Acts. 1625-1667 England and Wales.; Manby, Thomas, of Lincolns-Inn. 1667 (1667) Wing E898; ESTC R232104 710,676 360

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Thurban Gentleman and George Bowerman Esquire Sir John Henden Knight William Campion William Hammon John Andrews Edward Gulstone Reynald Peckham Esquires The Mayor of Sandwich for the time being Tobias Cleere Phineas Elwood John Verrier Valentine Jekin Jeoffrey Wells Jeoffrey Saket The Mayor of Dover for the time being Richard Jacob Nicholas Eaton William Eaton John Watson John Loome Richard Barley Walter Brames Esquires The Mayor of Rumney for the time being Robert Winill Jeremy Stanford Stephen Brett Thomas Chalcross The Mayor of Heith for the time being John Finch James Pashlie The Mayor of Feversham for the time being John Trouts Esquire John Upton Robert Watson Thomas Southouse The Mayor of Tenderden for the time being Edward Finch Esquire Captain Plomer Thomas Short The Bayliff of Lydd for the time being John Bateman Thomas Bedingfield Michael Childwicke The Mayor of Folkeston for the time being The Mayor of Fordwitch for the time being Thomas Bigg William Norton senior Thomas Norton junior Esquires and John Luckin Canterbury For the City of Canterbury The Mayor for the time being Sir William Man Sir Edward Master Knights Thomas Hardresse Esquire Recorder of the said City John Best Edward Master Squire Beverton Esquires William Stanley Henry Twyman Avery Hills and Leonard Browne Alderman Lancaster For the County of Lancaster Charles Earl of Ancram in the Kingdom of Scotland VVilliam Stanley William Spencer Esquires Sir Richard Houghton Sir George Midleton Sir Robert Binloss Sir Edward Stanley Sir Edward Mosley Sir Ralph Ashton of Whaley Sir Ralph Ashton of Midleton Baronets Sir Gilbert Ireland Sir Roger Bradsheigh Sir Henry Slater Sir Jeoffery Shakerley Sir John Heath Knights John Mollineux Richard Kirkby Roger Nowell Edward Fleetwood Henry Bainstre VVilliam Farrington Robert Holt Laurence Rawstorne Hugh Dickenson William Radley Nicholas Townley John Parker Nathaniel West Thomas Preston John Girlington Daniel Fleming Robert Rawlinson Jeoffrey Rishton Alexander Osbaldeston Alexander Rigby of Middleton John Lightbonne Edward Rigby Francis Lindley Thomas Bradill Christopher Parker Thomas Norres Richard Legh Richard Penington Richard Fleetwood of Rossall Thomas Butler Nicholas Mosley John Halsted of Banckhouse Major John Byrom Robert Heywood James Duckenfeild Matthew Richardson Peers Legh John Entwisley John Risley Cuthbert Ogle Henry Houghton John Birch of Ordsdall Bartholomew Hesketh Captain Byrom Thomas Ashton George Hilton Henry Porter Thomas Caruss William Fife Thomas Greenehalgh Thomas Holt junior Roger Ke●non VVilliam Daniel Peter Adlington Ambrose Ludsay Thomas Ashurst VVilliam Kirkby William Banckes junior Richard Leigh Esquires John Aynsworth Thomas Leigh Nicholas Fezackerly Captain Brabin Captain Longworth Nicholas Pennington William Wall Seth Blackhurst James Hodgkinson Joseph Rigby Luke Hodgkinson Ralph Mercer Alexander Woodward Alexander Rigby of Layton John Tatlock Gentleman Edward Dobson Esquire The Mayor of Wiggan for the time being The Mayor of Lancaster for the time being The Mayor of Leverpoole for the time being The Mayor of Preston for the time being John Chandler Gent. Leicester For the County of Leicester Thomas Lord Beaumont of the Kingdom of Ireland John Lord Roos son and heir apparent to John Earl of Rutland Bennet Lord Sherard of the Kingdom of Ireland John Grey Esquire Sir George Villiers Sir Erasmus de la Fountain Sir Tho. Halford Sir Thomas Cave Sir Jeoffry Palmer Sir Woolstan Dixie Sir Henry Hudson sir George Prettyman Baronets sir William Hartop sir John Heath Knights John Crew Philip Sherard Henry Neville George Faunt Tho. Menye Matthew Babington William Noell William Boothby Samuel Jarvis John Fountaine Walter Rudings Thomas Armstone Roger Roe William Whalley Richard Brudenell William Roberts Captain Burton VVilliam Hartop Richard Orton John Needham of Osbaston John Morton Thomas Bradgate Richard Bradgate William Streete William Halford John Turvile William Belgrave John Needham VVilliam Skevington Iohn Hackett Thomas Stavely George Ashby Richard Verney John Cave Stanhope Whalley William Leake Iohn Danvers Thomas Bennet William Bent Roger Smith William Trimnel Henry Farneham Francis Chamberlain Robert Barnard Iohn Barwel Henry Bigland Neale Hewett William Cole Esquires Leicester For the Borough of Leicester William Callis Mayor of Leicester Sir John Prittiman Baronet Sir William Hartopp Knight Walter Rudeings Esquire Richard Palmer Richard Lincoln Alexander Coats Thomas Freeman Thomas Overing Thomas Brown Daniel Abney John Franks Francis Noble Gent. and Thomas Stavely Esquire Lincoln For the County of Lincoln and City and County of the City of Lincoln George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland Robert Lord Willoughby of Earsby Son and Heir apparent to Mountague Earl of Lindsey Lord Great Chamberlain of England William Mountague William Pierpoint Esquires Sir Philip Tyrwhitt Sir Edward Barkham Sir Humphry Winch Sir Henry Massingbord Baronets Sir Francis Goodrick Sir John Moreton Sir Francis Dallison Knights Philip Tyrwhit Henry Fines William Metham Willam Marwood George Sanderson John Ogle Edward Merberry Esquires William Willoughby Esquire Sir John Mounson senior Sir John Bolles Sir William Hickman Sir Robert Dallison Sir Edward Lake Sir John Anderson Baronets Sir John Mounson junior Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Meres Knight Charles Pelham senior Edward Tourney senior Cycil Turwhitt William Godfrey William Brownlow George Healey William Anderson John Farmary of Northrop Edward Tourney junior John Stow Esquires Sir Henry Bellasis Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Bernardiston Sir William Wray Sir George Wynne Baronets Sir Edward Aiscough Knights Charles Pelham junior Jervas Hollis Master of Requests William Wentworth William Broxholme Marmaduke Dorrel junior William Bard Alexander Emerson John Nelthrop John Boswel Charles Newcomen Esquires Sir Thomas Ellis Baronet Sir Adrian Scroop Knight of the Bath Sir Martin Lister Sir Robert Christopher Knights John South John Bolles William Fitz-William John Hanby Isaac Knight Charles Radley William Woley William Ballet senior Robert Long Thomas Ely Dymocke Walpoole George Osney Henry Midlemore Esquires Sir Francis Fane Knight of the Bath George Sherard Esquire Sir Thomas Hussey Sir William Thorold Sir John Newton Sir Richard Rothwel Baronets Sir John Walpoole Knight Charles Dymocke Lewis Palmer Anthony Thorold Molleneux Disney Christopher Nevil Richard Brownlow Thomas Ellis William Lister John Hobson Richard Ryley Thomas Petchel Stephen Rothwel John Wilson Henry Stone Anthony Williams VVilliam Thornton VVilliam Rivett Esquires Robert Laming John Colthurst John Trafford Gentlemen Sir Michael Armin Sir John Brownlow Sir Robert Markham Sir VVilliam Brownlow Sir VVilliam Trollop Sir John Bucke Baronets Sir Thomas Orpe sir Christopher Clapham Knights Thomas Hatcher William Stafford Erasmus De Ligne John Hatcher Thomas Harrington William Blyth John Saunders William Savile Edward Skipwith Francis Wingfield Thomas Trollop Adam Cleypoole Philip Dalloe Thomas Skipwith William Hyde William Trollop William VVelby Lister Teigh Esquires Robert Garland Gentleman Thomas Grantham Peregrine Berley sir Anthony Oldfield Baronet sir Henry Heron Knight of the Bath sir Anthony Irby sir Robert Carr Knights sir VVilliam Humble Baronet sir John Brown Knight Thomas Thory Thomas Hall John Jay Charles Skipwith John Lockton Esquires Thomas Brown Gentleman Matthew VVoolmer
Rivet Roger Gallop Francis Tilney Henry Bromfield William Pit Arthur Bold VVilliam Collins Edward Norton Daniel Norton VVilliam Wither John Worseley senior Edward Worseley Edward Cooke John Ball Edward Hooper of Chilworth Edward Hooper of Hurne-Court Francis Dickins John Stewkley Bartholomew Price Daniel Kingsmel John Kingsmel Henry Tulfe Thomas Edmonds Robert Oxenbridge Robert Goffe Richard Love Gabriel Whistler Thomas Newnham John Dean John Oglander William Wall Challoner Chute Henry Kelsey Henry Goddard VVilliam Lisle Andrew Wall Richard Ailiffe Edward Hyde Anthony Yalden Essex Pawlet Stephen Fox John Culpeper Walter Slingsby Alexander Culpeper John Dingly Esquires and Richard Rudyard Gent. For the Town and County of Southampton VVilliam Stanley Robert Richbil William Horne Thomas Cornelius James Clungeon Henry Pit George Steptoe Esquires For the City of Winchester William Tayler Richard Dennet E●mund Fifeild Benjamin Clarke John Munday John Colson the Mayor of Winton the Mayor of Southampton the Mayor of Portsmouth the Mayor of Newport the Mayor of Basingstoke the Bailiff of Andevor for the time being John Bowreman Thomas Legg James Rice Mores Read Gent. Suffolk For the County of Suffolk Sir Edward Turnor Knight Speaker of the House of Commons Walter Devereux Esquire sir Edmond Bacon sir Lyonel Tolemache sir Henry Felton sir Robert Kempe sir William Spring sir John Castleton sir Henry Bacon sir Henry North sir Thomas Cullam sir Gervace Elwies sir Thomas Darcy sir Robert Cordal sir John Rous sir Robert Brooke sir Samuel Barnardiston sir Philip Parker Baronets sir William Playters sir Henry VVood sir Charles Gawdy sir George Reeve sir Edward Duke sir VVilliam Doyly sir Thomas Bernardiston Knights and Baronets sir Dudley North sir Nicholas Bacon and sir John Knivet Knights of the Bath sir Henry Crofts sir Edmund Poley sir John Duncomb sir Robert Brooke sir Thomas Harvy sir George VVeneve sir John Poley sir Nevil Catlin sir William Bloys sir Thomas Smith sir Philip Parker sir Jeofrey Burwel sir Philip Meadow sir William Doyley and sir Edmund Barker Knights John Havey Thomas VValgrave Thomas Holland John Poley Richard Cooke Charles Stutteril John Sicclemore John Southby William Gipps Clement Heigham Benjamin Cutler of the Chauntry VVilliam Bloys Henry VVarner Thomas Stewart Thomas VVright Joseph Bland John Playters John Cole Robert Mattyward Hamond Claxton Robert Style Fitznoune Lambe Henry Coppinger Thomas Anis Edward Feilder Peregrine Doyley Thomas Dade Thomas Scrivener Henry North John Lambe Edward North William Acton John Wentworth Robert Butts Thomas Butts Francis Cheney Robert Maniot William Rivet Robert Nanton Gardner Web Robert King Charles Cornwallis John Rivet Thomas Golding Edmund Plum Edward Man junior Edmund Clench Richard Kirkeby Thomas Tyril Francis Theobald William Beaumont Michael Grigg Thomas Leman Reginald Williams Thomas Vesey Philip Howard William Dawtry William Gooch Framlingham Gawdy Ptolemy Tolemache William Jermy Henry Parker Thomas Bacon John Brame of Ash Humphrey Bowen John Bedingfield Thomas Day Miles Edgar Samuel Kenidge Edmund Shepheard William Cullum Edmund Gardner Robert Browning Henry Stebbing John Brook John Cornwallis William Blomfield Robert Gosnold Wiseman Bokenham John Thurston Thomas Edgar Tho. Allen Vice-Admiral Rob. Wright Esq The Mayor of Sudbury for the time being Joh. Warner William Byat Gentlemen The Bailiffs of Dunwich for the time being For the Borough of Ipswich The Bailiff for the time being Sir Emanuel Sorels Knight William Bloys John Sicklemore Esquires Nicholas Phillips John Robinson John Smithier Robert Clerke Gilbert Lingfeild Edward Man junior Gentlemen For the Borough of St. Edmonds-bury The Aldermen for the time being John Southeby Esquire Recorder Sir Edmund Poley Sir John Duncomb Knights James Cob Esquire Francis Brown Robert Sharp Stephen Cook Samuel Hustler Edward Bourn Gentlemen For the Borough of Aldborough The Bailiff for the time being Sir John Holland Baronet Sir Robert Brooke Knight William Shipman Thomas Elliot Richard Browne and John Burwood Gentlemen For the Borough of Orford The Mayor for the time being Walter Devereux Esquire Sir Allen Broderick Knight Joseph Hastings Thomas Hastings James Coppin Edward Ewen Edward Parker Martin Folkes John Harwel and Edward Johnson Gentlemen Surrey For the County of Surrey and Borough of Southwark Charles Earl of Ancram of the Kingdom of Scotland Francis Lord Angier of the Kingdom of Ireland Sir Edward Nicholas Knight one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council Benjamin Weston Esquire Sir Henry Capel Knight of the Bath Sir Francis Vincent Knight and Baronet Sir Walter St. Johns Sir Adam Browne Baronets Sir Thomas Trevor Knight and Baronet Sir John Robinson Knight and Baronet Lieutenant of the Tower Sir Richard Brown Knight and Baronet Sir William Moore Sir John Eveling Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir Richard Stydolph Sir John Bromfield Sir Abraham Cullen and Sir Thomas Hooke Baronets Sir John Nicholas and Sir VVilliam Terringham Knights of the Bath Sir William Throckmorton Knight Marshal Sir Ralph Freeman Knight one of the Masters of Request Sir John Lenthal Sir Edmund Bowyer Sir John Shaw Sir Charles Howard sir William Haward sir George Ascough sir Robert Long sir Edward Wingfeild sir Thomas Bloodworth sir Daniel Harvy sir Robert Parkhurst sir Richard Hatton sir Allen Broderick sir Nicholas Carew sir Edward Bishe sir James Austin and sir William Turner Knights Henry Hilyard Arthur Onslow George Chute Roger James John Scot Edward Thurland Christopher Buckle Edward Evelin Thomas Foster Anthony Bower Edward Nicholas William Hoskins George Evelyn Richard Evelyn VVilliam Elliot Anthony Thomas John Helinden James Zouch Henry Weston Thomas Dalmahoy George Smith Dawes Wymondesold John Dawes George Browne William Muschamp John Thynne George Moore George Garth Thomas Turges Matthew Carleton Roger Duncomb George Duncombe George Woodruffe George Vernon Henry Henn George Duke Edward Knipe Jeofry Howland Edward Barker Samuel Rouse John Hammond John Thinne junior James Gresham Edward Eversfield Harmon Atwood Charles Good Thomas Lee Peter Hussey Richard Heath Vincent Randal Nicholas Miller John Parker Thomas Rogers Doctor Windebank Laurence Marsh George Turner Theophilus Holman Thomas Arden Henry Byne John Heather Richard Syms Ellis Crisp Edward Smith Edward Warcup and John Angel Esquires John Jordan of Ditton John Robinson John Wight William Streete William Boothby Peter Quinnel senior Iohn Jones VVilliam Westbrooke Richard VVest Caleb Westbrook The Mayor of Guilford for the time being John Child James Burton Richard Lewyn William Canon John Wilkinson Ottnel Meverel William Lock Iohn Neale Simon Nicholas Hugh Layton Peter Delanoy James Reading Edward Ball George Meggot John Luntly Jacob May Thomas Butler Thomas Morgaine Tobias Solby and Benjamin Collier Gentlemen Sussex For the County of Sussex Joscelyn Lord Percy Son and Heir apparent to Algernon Earl of Northumberland Thomas Leonard John Pelham sir William Culpeper sir Cecil Bishop sir John Covert sir VVilliam Thomas sir John Stapeley sir John Fagg sir Denny Ashburnham sir Walter Henley sir William VVilson Baronets sir John Lewkener and sir William Morley Knights of the Bath sir Thomas Dyke sir Edward Ford sir John Morley sir Thomas Woodcock sir
them who being disguised by Frocks and Vizors did appear upon the Scaffold erected before Whitehal upon the thirtieth of Ianuary one thousand six hundred forty and eight All which persons for their execrable Treason in sentencing to death or signing the Instrument for the horrid Murder or being instrumental in taking away the precious Life of our late Sovereign Lord Charles the first of Glorious Memory are left to be procéeded against as Traytors to His late Majesty according to the Laws of England and are out of this present Act wholly excepted and foreprized But ingard the said Owen Row Augustine Garland Edmond Harvey Henry Smith Persons that appeared and rendred themselves Henry Martin Sir Hardress Waller Robert Titchbourn George Fleetwood James Temple Thomas Wait Simon Meyn William Heveningham Isaac Penington Peter Temple Robert Lilburn Gilbert Millington Vincent Potter Thomas Wogan and John Downs have personally appeared and rendred themselves according to the Proclamation bearing Date the sixth day of Iune one thousand six hundred and sixty to Summon the persons therein named who gave Iudgement and Assisted in the said Horrid and Detestable Murther of our said late Sovereign to appear and render themselves and do pretend thereby to some favour upon some conceived doubtful Words in the said Proclamation Be it Enacted by this present Parliament and the Authority of the same upon the humble desires of the Lord and Commons in Parliament assembled That if the said Owen Row Augustine Garland Edmond Harvey Henry Smith Henry Martin Sir Hardress Waller Robert Titchburn George Fleetwood James Temple Tho. Wait Simon Meyn William Heveningham Isaac Penington Peter Temple Robert Lilburn Gilbert Millington Vincent Potter Thomas Wogan and John Downs or any of them shall be legally Attainted for the Horrid Treason and Murther aforesaid That then nevertheless the Execution of the said person and persons so Attainted shall be supended until his Majesty by the Advice and Assent of the Lords and Commons in Parliament shall order the Execution by Act of Parliament to be passed for that purpose Except also out of this present Act Oliver Cromwel deceased Henry Ireton deceased John Bradshaw deceased and Thomas Pride deceased Provided That nothing in this Act contained shall extend to discharge the Lands Tenements The Lands and Goods of the persons rendring themselves not excepted St. 13 Car. 2. ca. 15. Goods Chattels Rights Trusts and other the Hereditaments late of the said O. Cromwel Henry Ireton John Bradshaw and Thomas Pride or of Isaac Ewer deceased Sir John Danvers deceased Sir Thomas Maleverer Baronet deceased William Purefoy deceased John Blackiston deceased Sir William Constable Baronet deceased Richard Dean deceased Francis Allen deceased Peregrin Pelham deceased John Moor deceased John Aldred alias Alured deceased Humphry Edwards deceased Sir Gregory Norton Baronet deceased John Venn deceased Thomas Andrews Alderman deceased Anthony Stapely deceased Thomas Horton deceased John Fry deceased Thomas Hamond deceased Sir John Bourchier deceased of and from such pains penalties and forfeitures as by one other Act of Parliament intended to be hereafter passed for that purpose shall be expressed and declared And also excepted out of this present Act William Lord Mounson James Challoner Persons excepted for other penalties not extending to life St. 13. Car. 2. ca. 15. Sir Henry Mildmay Sir James Harrington John Phelps and Robert Wallop All which persons did Act and sit in that Trayterous Assembly which in the moneth of Ianuary one thousand six hundred forty eight Acted and procéeded against the Life of our late Sovereign King Charles the first of blessed Memory and are therefore reserved to such pains penalties and forfeitures not extending to Life as by another Act intended to be passed for that purpose shall be imposed on them And also except Sir Arthur Hesilrig for and in respect onely of such pains penalties and forfeitures not extending to Life as by one Act intended to be hereafter passed for that purpose shall be inflicted and imposed Provided alwayes That John Hutchinson Esquire and Francis Lassels Persons made incapable of any Offices shall be and are hereby made for ever incapable to Execute any Place or Office of Trust Civil or Military within this Kingdom And that the said Francis Lassels shall pay unto our Sovereign Lord the King one full years value of his Estate Any thing herein before contained to the contrary notwithstanding Provided alwayes That this Act or any thing therein contained Sir Henry Vane Iohn Lambert excepted shall not extend to the pardoning or to give any other benefit whatsoever unto Sir Henry Vane John Lambert or either of them but that they and either of them are and shall be out of this present Act wholly excepted and foreprized Penalty of certain persons if they shall after the first of September 1660. accept any Office Provided That if William Lenthal William Burton Oliver Saint-John John Ireton Alderman Colonel William Sydenham Colonel John Desborow John Blackwel of Moreclake Christopher Pack Alderman Richard Keeble Charles Fleewood John Pyne Richard Dean Major Richard Creed Philip Nye Clerk John Goodwyn Clerk Sir Gilbert Pickering Colonel Thomas Lister and Colonel Ralph Cobbet shall after the first day of September one thousand six hundred and sixty accept or exercise any Office Ecclesiastical Civil or Military or any other publique employment within this Kingdom of England Dominion of Wales or Town of Berwick upon Tweed that then such person or persons as do so accept or execute as aforesaid shall to all intents and purposes in Law stand as if he or they had béen totally excepted by name in this Act. Persons that gave Sentence upon any in the illegal High Courts of Iustice Provided likewise That all those who since the fifth of December one thousand six hundred forty eight did give sentence of death upon any person or persons in any of the late Illegal and Tyrannical High Courts of Iustice in England or Wales or Signed the Warrant for Execution of any person there Condemned except Colonel Richard Ingolsby and Colonel Matthew Thomlinson shall be and are hereby made incapable of bearing any Office Ecclesiastical Civil or Military within the Kingdom of England or Dominion of Wales or of serving as a Member in any Parliament after the first day of September one thousand six hundred and sixty Provided also and it is Enacted That all and every the persons appointed Trustées in a late pretended Act or Ordinance made in the year of our Lord Persons intrusted by Ordinance 1649. about Tithes shall be accomptable one thousand six hundred forty nine for and concerning Tithes appropriate Oblations Obventions Pensions Portions of Tithes appropriate Offerings Fée-farm Rents issuing out of the Tithes therein mentioned First-fruits and other things and Enacted or mentioned to be Enacted to be vested setled adjudged or déemed to be in the actual sesin or possession of such person and persons in the said pretended Act or Ordinance mentioned
to have the full force and strength of Acts of Parliament according to the tenor and purport thereof and so shall be adjudged déemed and taken to all intents and purposes whatsoever and as if the same had béen Made Declared and Enacted by Authority of this present Parliament CAP. XV. The Pains Penalties and Forfeitures Imposed upon the Estates and Persons of certain notorious Offenders excepted out of the Act of Free and General Pardon Indempnity and Oblivion St. 12 Car. 2. cap. 11. The Lands and Tenements of the persons deceased not discharged by the Act of General Pardon VVHereas in a certain Act passed in the late assembly held at Westminster in the Twelfth year of His Majesties Reign and confirmed by the Authority of this present Parliament Entituled An Act of Free and General Pardon Indempnity and Oblivion amongst other things it is provided that nothing therein contained should extend to discharge the Lands Tenements Goods Chattels Rights Trusts and other the Hereditaments late of Isaac Ewer deceased Sir John Danvers deceased Sir Thomas Maleverer Baronet deceased William Purefoy deceased John Blakiston deceased Sir William Constable Baronet deceased Richard Dean deceased Francis Aleyn deceased Peregrin Pelham deceased John Moore deceased John Aldred alias Alured deceased Humphrey Edwards deceased Sir Gregory Norton Baronet deceased John Venn deceased Thomas Andrews Alderman deceased Anthony Stapley deceased Thomas Horton deceased John Fry deceased Thomas Hammond deceased and Sir John Bourchier deceased of and from such pains penalties and forfeitures as by one other Act of Parliament intended to be afterwards passed for that purpose should be expressed and declared All which persons before mentioned were whilst they lived notoriously known to have béen wicked and active Instruments in the prosecution and compassing of that horrid and Execrable Treason the Murther of our late Soveraign Lord King CHARLES the First of ever blessed memory And whereas William Lord Mounson James Challoner Sir Henry Mildmay Sir James Harrington John Phelps and Robert Wallop who in the moneth of January One thousand six hundred forty eight did act and fit in that Traiterous Assembly which procéeded against the Person and Life of our said late Soveraign Lord King CHARLES the First and Sir Arthur Haslerig who in his life did commit many horrid and Traiterous Crimes against the Person Crown and Dignity of his late Majesty of glorious memory and his Majesty that now is are all of them excepted out of the said Act and reserved to future Pains Penalties and Forfeitures not extending to life since the passing of which Act so as aforesaid confirmed Sir Arthur Haslerig and James Challoner died and no Act hath yet passed for the inflicting of due Pains Penalties and Forfeitures upon the Persons and Estates of the Offenders aforesaid We therefore the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembed do beséech your Majesty That it may be enacted And be it Enacted by the Kings most Excellent Majesty by and with the advice and consent of the Lords and Commons in this present Parliament assembled The Mannors Lands c. of the persons named and by authority of the same That all and every the Mannors Messuages Lands Tenements Rents Reversions Remainders Possessions Rights Conditions Interests Offices Fées Annuities and all other the Hereditaments Leases for years Chattels Real and other things of what nature soever they be of them the said Isaac Ewer Sir John Danvers Sir Thomas Maleverer William Purefoy John Blakiston Sir William Constable Richard Dean Francis Aleyn Peregrin Pelham John Moore John Aldred alias Alured Humphrey Edward Sir Gregory Norton John Venn Thomas Andrews Of which they were seised the 20th of March 1646. or since forfeited and vested in his Majesty The goods debts Chattels of which the persons named were possessed at the time of their death forfeited to his Majesty The goods c. of which William Lord Mounson Sir Hen. Mildmay Sir James Harrington John Phelps and Rob. Wallop were possessed the 11. of Feb. 1659. forfeited and vested in his Majesty Anthony Stapley Thomas Horton John Fry Thomas Hammond Sir John Bourchier William Lord Mounson James Challoner Sir Henry Mildmay Sir James Harrington John Phelps Robert Wallop and Sir Arthur Haslerig which they or any of them or any other person or persons to their or any of their uses or in trust for them or any of them had the five and twentieth day of March in the year of our Lord One thousand six hundred forty and six or at any time since shall stand and be forfeited unto your Majesty your Heirs and Successors and shall be déemed vested and adjudged to be in the actual and real possession of Your Majesty without any Office or Inquisition thereof hereafter to be taken or found And also that all and every the Goods Debts and other the Chattels personal whatsoever of them the said Isaac Ewer Sir John Danvers Sir Thomas Maleverer William Purefoy John Blakiston Sir William Constable Richard Dean Francis Aleyn Peregrin Pelham John Moore John Aldred alias Alured Humphrey Edwards Sir Gregory Norton John Venn Thomas Andrews Anthony Stapley Thomas Horton John Fry Thomas Hammond Sir John Bourchier James Challoner and Sir Arthur Haslerig whereof they or any of them at the time of their respective deaths or any other in Trust for them or any of them stood possessed or interessed in Law or Equity and all the Goods Debts and other the Chattels personal whatsoever of them the said William Lord Mounson Sir Henry Mildmay Sir James Harrington John Phelps Robert Wallop whereof upon the eleventh day of February in the year of our Lord One thousand six hundred fifty and nine they or any of them or any other in trust for them or any of them stood possessed either in Law or Equity shall be déemed and adjudged to be forfeited and are hereby vested and put into the actual and real possession of your Majesty without any further Office or Inquisition thereof hereafter to be taken or found Provided alwayes and be it Enacted by the Authority aforesaid That no Conveyance Assurance Grant Bargain Sale Charge Lease Assignment of Lease Grants Proviso for conveyances and assurances c. made bona fide before the 29. of September and Surrenders by Copy of Court-Roll Estate Interest Trust or Limitation of any use or uses of or out of any Mannors Lands Tenements or Hereditaments not being the Lands nor Hereditaments of the late King Quéen or Prince or of any Archbishops Bishops Deans Deans and Chapters nor being Lands or Hereditaments sold or given for the Delinquency or pretended Delinquency of any person or persons whatsoever by vertue or pretext of some Act Order Ordinance or reputed Act Order or Ordinance since the First day of January one thousand six hundred forty and one nor any Statute Iudgment or Recognizance had made acknowledged or suffered to any person or persons Bodies politick or Corporate before the Nine and Twentieth day of September one thousand
by colour of a pretended Act of Parliament of the nine and twentieth day of May in the year of our Lord One thousand six hundred fourty and nine procéeded in the compleating and finishing the said Works And the Commissioners appointed by that pretended Act did adjudg the same Dreyned but the same cannot be preserved without a perpetual constant care great charge and Orderly Government which being represented to the Kings most Excellent Majesty that now is He hath béen gratiously pleased to declare more then an ordinary willingness to promote and countenance a Work of so Publick Concernment and many ways advantagious to this his Kingdom To the end therefore that a work of this Nature may receive a Publick Support and Encouragement Be it Enacted by the Kings most Excellent Majesty with the Advice and Assent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Commons in this Parliament Assembled and by the Authority of the same That the said William Earl of Bedford son and heir of the said Francis Earl of Bedford The Earl of Bedford and Adventurers made a Corporation for the Fens and the Adventurers and Participants of the said Earl Francis and Earl William or either of them their Heirs and Assigns in such manner as is herein contained shall be a Body Politick and Corporate in Déed and Name and have Succession for ever by the Name of the Governor Bailiffs and Commonalty of the Company of Conservators of the Great Level of the Fens which Corporation shall consist of one Governor six Bayliffs twenty Conservators and Commonalty and shall have and use a Common Seal to be appointed by themselves and assemble and meet together when where and as oft as they please and appoint a Register Receiver one or more Sergeants at Mace and other Officers and allow them Salaries and remove them and make new at their pleasure And the said William Earl of Bedford is to be the first Governor The Earl of Bedford Governour The Bayliffs Richard Lord Gorges Sir Richard Onslow Knight Sir William Terringham Knight of the Bath Samuel Sandys Thomas Chichely and Samuel Fortrey Esquires the six first Bailiffs Sir Gilbert Gerhard junior Knight William Denton William Crane Edmond Berry-Godfrey Arthur Evelin Samuel Smith Roger Jenings Robert Castle Robert Hampson Joseph Ayloffe Esquires Thomas Lord Culpepper Sir John Hewett Baronet Arthur Onslow Robert Phillips Anthony St. John Esquires Sir Oliver St. John Sir Charles Harbord Knights Francis Hoblyn Samuel Sandys junior Conservators and Robert Terringham Esquires the first Conservators And the said Governor Bayliffs and Conservators to continue until Wednesday in Whitsun-week in the year of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty and four and from thenceforth until new Elections by the said Corporation or the major part which shall be then present And shall be capable to sue and be sued and without License of Mortmain to purchase Mannors Lands Tenements and Hereditaments Their power and authority not excéeding two hundred pounds per annum and Goods and Chattels and to dispose thereof in the name and to the use of the said Corporation and the said Governor Bayliffs and Conservators or any five or more of them whereof the said Governor or Bailiffs or any of them to be two shall and may lay Taxes from time to time upon all the said Ninety five thousand Acres only for support maintenance and preservation of the said Great Level and levy the same with penalties for non-payment not exceeding a third part of the Tax and all other things do in order to the support maintenance and preservation of the said Great Level and Works made and to be made And whereas by the said Law of Sewers twelve thousand Acres parcel of the said ninety five thousand Acres was designed and intended to his said late Majesty and were set forth and allotted by bounds in severalty and his said late Majesty was in possession thereof and granted assigned allotted and set out by bounds two thousand Acres parcel of the said twelve thousand Acres by Letters Patents unto Jerome Earl of Portland his Heirs and Assigns Earl of Portlands 2000 Acres of which said two thousand Acres the said Earl of Portland hath sold away about One thousand five hundred Acres in several parcels to several persons their Heirs and Assigns for valuable considerations and the residue thereof being about five hundred Acres hath granted and conveyed unto his Brother Benjamin Weston Esquire and his Heirs upon several Trusts agreed upon betwéen the said Earl of Portland and Benjamin Weston by writing for that purpose Be it therefore Enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the said two thousand Acres or such other Lands of equal value as shall be set forth in Exchange of the same in case the aforementioned two thousand Acres or any part thereof shall hereafter be adjudged to have béen unduly set out shall be and hereby are vested setled and established in the said several and respective persons to whom the said Earl of Portland hath so conveyed or mentioned to convey the same their Heirs and Assigns respectively to each person his Heirs and Assigns his and their several and respective Share and Shares that was so respectively to each of them conveyed or mentioned to be conveyed by the said Earl of Portland to be held and enjoyed by them and each of them his Heirs and Assigns his and their own Share and Part only in severalty according to the intent of the said Conveyances thereof to them respectively made by the said Earl of Portland upon the same Trusts nevertheless for and concerning the said five hundred Acres granted or mentioned to be granted to the said Benjamin Weston which the said Earl of Portland and Benjamin Weston had declared and agréed upon betwéen them as aforesaid Which said two thousand Acres shall be holden of the Kings Majesty his Heirs and Successors of the Mannor of East Greenwich by Fealty only in Frée and Common Soccage and not otherwise and subject nevertheless with the the residue of the Ninety five thousand Acres in equal proportion to all Taxes and Charges necessary and conducing to the preservation of the said Great Level from Drowning The 83000. Acres setled and vested in the Governor c. And be it further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the Eighty three thousand Acres remainder of the said Ninety five thousand Acres with the said Ways Passages new Rivers Cutts Dreyns Banks and Forelands over and above the said ten thousand Acres residue of the said twelve thousand Acres which were allotted in severalty and of which his said late Majesty was in possession as aforesaid are hereby vested and setled in the said Governour Bailiffs and Commonalty of the Company of Conservators of the said Great Level of the Fens and their Successors In trust nevertheless for the said William Earl of Bedford and the Adventures and Participants of the said Earl Francis and Earl William or either of them
Laws Francis Hungerford Doctor of Physick William Hamersley George Blagrave John Kendrick John Allen Robert Leigh Nicholas Hide Peregrin Wilcox Thomas Southby William Langton John Due Francis Peacock Michael Mallet Henry Murrey Esquires Iohn Peacock Robert Goston James Heron Philip Weston Henry Barker Iohn Powney Roger Draper Richard Lovelace William Hussey Roger Knight Charles Pierce Richard Punt Gentleman the Mayor of Reading for the time being the Mayor of Abington for the time being the Mayor of Newbury for the time being the Mayor of Windsor for the time being the Mayor of VVallingford for the time being Bucks For the County of Bucks Charles Earl of Ancram in the Kingdom of Scotland Philip Lord Wainman Viscount Tuam in the Kingdom of Ireland James Herbert Esquire Sir Thomas Tirrel one of the Iustices of the Common Pleas Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir Toby Tyrrel Sir John Burlace Sir Anthony Chester Sir Thomas Proby Sir William Bowyer sir William Smith sir Ralph Varney sir William Drake sir Thomas Hampson sir Henry Andrews sir John Croke Baronets Sir William Tyrringham sir Richard Ingoldsby sir Robert Gayer Knights of the Bath Sir Edmond Pye Knight and Baronet sir Thomas Lee sir Richard Napper sir Richard Pigget sir Henry Herbert sir John Dormer sir Thomas Cleyton sir Robert Croke Sir Thomas Clergies Sir George Tash Knights William Fleetwood Charles Cheyne Edmond Waller senior Edmond Waller junior William Penn Edmond West Brett Norton Thomas Duncombe Thomas Hackett William Lane John Eglestone Richard Barringer Edward Nicholas Thomas Farrers senior Caesar Cranmore Thomas Risley Roger Price Peter Dorrel Thomas Saunders Francis Ingoldsby Edmond Dorrel George Russel Richard Winwood Richard Greenvile Robert Scawen Bud Wase Thomas Tirrel Robert Napper Edmond Hampden Iohn Clark Robert Croke Richard Hampden William Burlace Bazil Brent William Hill Thomas Farrer junior Ambrose Bennet James Low Thomas Stafford Robert Levet Charles Doe Robert Tompkins Bernard Tourney Thomas Egleton Robert Dormer Francis Tyrringham George Wyan William Cleaver William Abraham Captain Robert Style John Grubbe Esquires Iohn Green Henry Allnot James Perrat George Gosnal Gentlemen the Bayliff of Buckingham for the time being John Risley Roger Price Peter Dorrel junior Esquires John Smith William Lambert and John Tournour Gentlemen Cambridge For the County of Cambridge William Lord Allington of the Kingdom of Ireland Sir Dudley North Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Hatton Sir John Cotton Sir Thomas Willis Sir John Cutts Sir George Downeing Baronets Sir Thomas Wendy Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Dayrel Sir Isaac Thornton Sir Robert Cotton Knights Thomas Chichley Levinus Bennet John Millisent Samuel Fortrey Thomas Storey Thomas Ducket William Sayer Humphrey Gardner George Pepis Thomas Dodd Mildmay Dowman Jeoffrey Nightingal William Aloff _____ Pike Thomas Bucke _____ Dalton John Bing Thomas Martin and William Legate Esquires For the Vniversity and Town of Cambridge the Vice-Chancellor the Mayor for the time being William Lord Allington of the Kingdom of Ireland Theophilus Dillingham James Fleetwood Richard Minshal Doctors of Divinity Robert King Doctor of the Laws Thomas Crouch Clement Nevile Esquires Roger Pepis Esquire Recorder Samuel Spalding John Ewen William Wells John Herring Aldermen Sir Thomas Slater Baronet Robert Eade Edward Stoyte Doctors of Physick and Nicholas Jacob Esquire Isle of Ely For the Isle of Ely Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdom of Ireland William Colvile Thomas March Matthew Wren Charles Wren Edward Partherich William Fisher Thomas Steward Robert Steward Henry Hitch Doctor of Law Robert Balam Thomas Castel Laurence Oxborough John Towers Anthony Backworth John Childe junior William Balam Thomas Edwards William March Michael Holman Matthew Taylor Roger Jenings and John Delavall Esquires Chester For the County of Chester Robert Lord Cholmundeley of the Kingdom of Ireland VVilliam Lord Brereton of the Kingdom of Ireland Sir Thomas Delves Sir Willoughby Aston Sir Thomas Powel Sir George Warberton Sir Peter Leicester Sir Thomas Manwaring Sir Thomas Smith junior Sir John Bellet Sir Peter Pindor Sir Richard Brooks Sir William Stanley Baronets Sir John Booth Sir Philip Egerton Sir Peter Brooks Sir John Ardern Sir Robert Cotton Sir Foulk Lucy Sir Jeoffrey Shakerley Knights Peter Venables Baron of Kinderton Thomas Needham Thomas Cholmundeley George Vernon Robert Patton Henry Bunbury Henry Leigh Thomas Leigh of Adlington Richard Leigh of Lyme John Crew of Crew Thomas Marbury Edward Warren Edward Leigh Edward Hyde John Crew of Utkinton Roger Wilbraham Nathaniel Booth Peter Dutton John Daniel Randel Dodd John Leech Richard Wathal Edward Glegg Roger King John Davenport of Widford Thomas Glasier Somerford Oldfeild Edward Swettenham Peers Legh John Ward Ralph Wilbraham William Brock John Hulstone John Shalcrosse Edward Downs of Worth Ralph Baskerfeild of Winnington and Thomas Ley Esquires City of Chester For the City and County of the City of Chester The Mayor for the time being Sir Thomas Smith Baronet Sir Thomas Smith Knight Richard Leiveing Esquire Recorder of Chester John Radcliff Esquire Thomas Throppe William Crumpton Thomas Cook Cowper William Street and _____ Ince Aldermen Cornwall For the County of Cornwall Sir William Morice Principal Secretary of State Robert Robertes Hender Robertes Esquires Sir Chichester Wrey Sir John Trelawney Knights and Baronets Sir John Carew Baronet Sir Edward Vivian Knight and Baronet Sir John Coryton Sir William Godolphin Baronets Sir Francis Godolphin Sir Richard Edgecombe Sir Nicholas Slanning Knights of the Bath Sir Peter Killigrew Sir Peter Courtney Sir John Arundle Sir Samuel Coswarth Sir James Smith Sir Walter Moyle Knights Henry Seymour Jonathan Trelawney Richard Arundle Pearce Edgecombe Hugh Boscawen Francis Buller Charles Trevanion Charles Roscarrock John Specket John Elliot John Tanner Francis Edgecombe Nathaniel Moyle Bernard Greenvile John Trelawney William Pendarvis William Scawen William Trevisa William Bond Edward Boscawen Christopher Cooke Nicholas Glyn Thomas Herle Viol Vivian James Praed John Jonock Samuel Trelawnye John St. Aubin John Nichols of Trewane John Nicoll of Littlewood Arthur Fortescue John Vivian Oliver Saule William Mohun Hanibal Bugins Lewis Tremane Richard Hawkes Colan Blewett John Bleigh Henry Spoure senior Jonathan Rashley senior Jonathan Rashley junior John Rashley Robert Hoblin Christopher Bond Thomas Burell Thomas Robinson John Thomas Richard Erisey Christopher Harris Francis Grigger Humphrey Courtney John Buller Charles Boscawen Robert Scawen Thomas Waddon Tristram Arscott William Cotton Edward Nosworthy George Heale John Polwheele Digory Polwheele Nicholas Arundle John Arundle of Sythney Hugh Jones John Penrose Edmond Prideaux Joseph Tredinnam James Bond William Godolphin Edward Elliot Richard Hoblyn Richard Pendarvis Hugh Trevanion junior Nathaniel Trevanion Francis Penrose John Fowel Ezekiel Arundle Richard Rouse Walter Kendall John Kendall Walter Langdon senior Walter Langdon junior Iohn Battersbye Henry Spoure senior Joseph Nicholls Charles Grills Arthur Sprye John Vacye William Sprye Francis Calmadie Humphry Noye John Harris Edward Harris Nicholas Courtney Thomas Achim William Painter Thomas Hawkey Andrew Corye Michael Hill of Wendron John Carnesewe Samuel Ennis John
Kestell Thomas Trefrie Michael Vivian Anthony Chinoweth Francis Burges Richard Carter John Sylly Richard Tippet Thomas Carew Christopher Billet Chamon Greenvile Samuel Langford Reynald Hawkey Walter Vincent James Robins Humphrey Burlace Francis Lutterel and James Eresy Esquires the Mayor of Truro for the time being Martin Madrin Gent. Cumberland For the County of Cumberland Edward Lord Morpeth Son and Heir apparent to Charles Earl of Carlisle Sir Philip Musgrave Sir William Dalston Sir George Fletcher Sir John Lowther senior Sir John Lowther junior Sir Edward Musgrave Baronets Sir Thomas Dacres Sir William Hudlestone Sir Wilfred Lawson Sir William Carleton Sir Philip Howard Sir Francis Salkeld Sir John Dalston Knights John Lamplough Richard Skelton William Musgrave William Layton Christopher Musgrave John Agleonby Robert Scawen George Denton Thomas Denton Richard Towlson Andrew Hudleston Robert Highmour George Towry and the Mayor of Carlisle for the time being Daniel Fleming Edward Stanley William Pennington Wrightington Senhouse Esquires Derby For the County of Derby Henry Viscount Mansfield Son and heir apparent to William Marquis of Newcastle William Lord Cavendish son and heir apparent to William Earl of Devonshire Anchitell Grey George Pierpoint Esquires Sir Thomas Gresley Sir Francis Burdet Sir John Harper Sir John Curson Sir Edward Cooke Sir Henry Every Sir William Boothby Baronets Sir John Harper Sir Samuel Sleigh Knights John Frechveille German Poole John Ferrers George Vernon Charles Agard John Munday Richard Cook John Milward William Fitzherbert Charles Cotton Walter Horton Gilbert Hacker Henry Gilbert Robert Eyre William Revel Godfrey Clark William Bullock William Woolly Nicholas Wilmot Iohn Shalcross Ravel Ashenhurst Francis Mennel Thomas Milward George Sitwel Henry Wigfall James Abnye Esquires George Tayler Iohn Spaleman William Wright Francis Barker Gentleman the Mayor of Derby for the time being Roger Allestre Iohn Dalton Simon Degg Hugh Bateman Esquires Iohn Shore Doctor of Physick Thomas Freeman Gent. Mr. Charles Agard of Foston and Iohn Daundridge Alderman Devon For the County of Devon Arthur Earl of Donegal in the Kingdom of Ireland Sir Hugh Pollard Baronet Comptroller of his Majesties Houshold Sir George Carteret Vice-Chamberlain of his Majesties Houshold Sir William Morice Principal Secretary of State Sir William Courtney Baronet John Ashburnham Esquire Sir Edward Seymour Sir George Chudleigh Sir Peter Prideaux Sir Thomas Hele Sir Chichester Wrey Sir Courtney Pool Sir Coplestone Bampfield Sir John Norcote Sir John Chichester Sir Edmund Fowel Sir VVilliam Morice Sir John Drake Sir Thomas Carew Sir John Davy Sir Walter Young Sir Edmund Fortescue Baronets Sir Edward Wise Sir John Rolle Sir Edward Hungerford Sir Nicholas Slaning Knights of the Bath Sir John Chichester Sir Henry Carew Sir Richard Prideaux Sir Peter Ball Sir James Smith Sir Robert Cary Sir William Strode Sir Thomas Clifford Sir Thomas Higgons Sir John Skelton Knights Edward Seymour Peter Prideaux John Fowel Pierce Edgecomb Arthur Basset Thomas Fulford Francis Drew Robert Fortescue