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Parliamentary History.

COBBETT'S

John Dormer.
Wicomb,
Edmund Petty,
Richard Brown,
Thomas Scott.

Aylesbury,
Richard Ingoldsby,
Thomas Lee.

Truro,
Walter Vincent,
Edward Boscawen,
Henry Roberts.

Amersham,
Charles Cheyne,
Thomas Proby.

Bodmyn,
Henry Roberts,
John Scilly,

Sir Peter Killegrew,
Helston,

A LIST of the Names of the Knights, Citi-
zens, Burgesses, and Barons of the
Cinque Ports, of England and Wales,
as they were returned to the Crown-
Office, for the Parliament begun at

Wendover,
Richard Hampden,
John Baldwin.
Marlow,
Peregrine Hoby,
William Borlace.
Cambridgeshire,
Thomas Wendy,
Isaac Thornton.

Thomas Robinson,
-Godolphin,
Sir Peter Kiliegrew.
Camelford,
Sir Peter Killegrew,
William Cotton,
Henry Nicol,

Westminster, April 25, 1660, commonly Cambridge-University, Samuel Trelawney.

Westlow,
John Buller,
John Keneal.

called the CONVENTION PARLIAMENT,
which was sitting at the Return of King
Charles, and voted his RESTORATION.*
Where there was a double Return, those
in the Italic Character were not allowed
to sit.
Bedfordshire,

Gen. Monk, made his
Election for Devon-
shire.
Thomas Crouch.
Cambridge,
Sir Dudley North,
Sir Tho. Willis.

Grampound,
Hugh Boscawen, made
his Election for
Cornwall.
Thomas Herle.

Cheshire,
Sir George Booth,
Thomas Manwaring.

Eastlow,
Henry Seymour,
John Trelawney,
George Strelley,
Nathaniel Moyle.

12 CHARLES II.-A. D. 1660.

MEETING OF THE CONVENTION PARLIAMENT.] April 25, 1660. This day, the New Parliament met according to appointment. The Journals of both Houses now begin again; but before we enter upon the Proceedings of this ever-memorable Convention of two Estates, we shall present the reader with the names of those members who composed the lower of them, viz. the House of Commons; reserving a List of the Peers to another place, when more of them were assembled together, with their King in the midst of them:

Robert lord Bruce,
Samuel Brown.

Bedford,
Sir Samuel Luke,
Humphrey Winch.
Berkshire,
Sir Robert Pye,
Richard Powell.

New Windsor, Alexander Blake, Roger Palmer, Richard Winwood.

Reading, Thomas Rich,

John Blagrave.

Abingdon,

Sir John Stonehouse,
Sir John Lenthall.
Wallingford,
Hun. Dunch, made his
Election for Crick-
lade,
Thomas Saunders.
Buckinghamshire,
Thos, Tyrrel, Serjeant
at Law, one of the
Lords Commission-
ers,

William Boyer.

Buckingham,
Sir R. Temple,

From a pamphlet of the times, which has been carefully compared with the Journals. VOL. IV.

Chester,
John Ratcliff,
William Ince.
Cornwall,
Sir John Carew,
Hugh Boscawen.

Dunchevit, alias
Launceston,
Thomas Gewen,
Sir John Clobery,
Edward Elliot.

Leskard,

John Connock,
John Robinson.
Thomas Johnson.

B

Lestwithiel,

John Clayton,
Walter Moyle.
Henry Ford.

Penryn,

Samuel Enys,

James Cobins.

Tregony,
Edw. Boscawen, made
his Election for Truro
John Temple,
Willam Tridinhum,
Dr. Clargis.

Bossiney, Francis Gerrard, Charles Pym.

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Colchester, Sir Harbottle Grimston, Speaker, John Shaw.

Malden, Tristam Conyers, Henry Mildinay, declared void, Edward Harris. Harwich, Capel Luckyn, Henry Wright.

Gloucestershire,
Matthew Hale,
Edward Stephens.
Gloucester,

Edward Masse,
James Stephens.
Cirencester.
Thomas Master,
Henry Powell.

Tewkesbury,
Henry Capell,
Richard Dawdeswell.
Herefordshire,
Edward Harley,
William Hinson, alias
Powell, made his
Election for Dover.

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Queenborough, James Herbert, Sir Wm. Wheeler. Lancashire, Sir Robert Bindlos, Roger Bradshaigh, Lancaster, Sir Gilbert Gerrard, William West. Preston, Richard Standish, Alexander Rigby, de

clared void. Newton, Richard Leigh, William Banks.

Wigan.
William Gardiner.
Hugh Forth.

Clithero,
Sir Ralph Ashton,
William Hulton.

Liverpool,
William Stanley,
Gilbert Ireland.

Leicestershire,
Thomas Merry,
Jathew Babinton,
Leicester.
John Grey,
Thomas Armstrong.
Lincolnshire,

Edward Rossiter,

Sir Geo. Saunderson.
Lincoln,
John Monson,
Thomas Meeres.

Boston,

Sir Anthony Irby, Thomas Hatcher.

Great Grimsby, William Wray, Edward King.

Stamford, John Hatcher, Francis Wingfield, John Weaver.

Grantham, Thomas Skipwith, John Newton, William Ellis.

Middlesex, Sir Wm. Waller, Lancelot Leke.

Westminster, Gilbert Gerrard, Thomas Clargis.

London,
Wm. Wild, Recorder.
Major-gen. Brown,
John Robinson,
William Vincent.
Monmouthshire,

Henry lord Herbert,
William Morgan.

Monmouth,
Sir Trevor Williams,

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Southamptonshire, Richard Norton, John Buckley. Winchester, Tho. Cole, made his Election for Petersfield,

John Hooke.

Southampton, William Stanley, Robert Richbell.

Portsmouth, Rd. Norton, made his Election for Southamptonshire, Henry Whitehead, Yarmouth, Sir George Leigh, Richard Lucy.

Petersfield, Thomas Cole, Arthur Bold.

Newport, Robert Dillington, William Oglander. Stockbridge, Francis Rivet,

Sir John Evelin.

Newton,

Sir John Barrington,
Sir Henry Worsley.
Christ-Church,
John Hildesley,
Henry Fulse.

Whitchurch, Robert Wallop, He was expelled the House June 11, and excepted out of the Act of general Pardon and Oblivion, in respect only of such Pains, Penalties and Forfeitures, (not extending to Life) as should be thought fit to be inflicted on him, Giles Hungerford. Lymington, John Button, Henry Bromfield.

Andover, John Trott, John Collins.

Staffordshire, Edward Bagot, William Snead.

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Haslemere, John Westbrook, Richard West.

Sussex, Sir John Pelham, Henry Goring.

Chichester, Henry Peckham, John Farrington, William Cawley.

Horsham, Thomas Middleton, Hall, Ravenscroft.

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