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II. ADDRESSES.

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ADDRESSES, continued. 1678. Nov. 12. ADDRESS Of The Commons for tendering the Oaths of Allegiance and

Supremacy to the King's Servants—The King's Answer 1037 18.

of the Commons, against the Discharge of Mr. Secretary
Williainson

- 1038
28.
for the Removal of the Queen from Court

- 1050 1679. May 8. of the Commons, against the Duke of Lauderdale

1130 1680. Nov.11.

of the Commons, in Answer to the King's Speech on the Bill
of Exclusion

· 1203 Nov. 22.

of the Commons for the Removal of the Earl of Halifax-
The King's. Ansiver

1223 Dec. 30.

of the Commons, on the King's Speech respecting Alliances,
and the State of Christendom

1255 1685. June 13.

of the Commons respecting the Duke of Monmouth · 1363

1660.

III. DECLARATIONS, May 1. DECLARATION of Charles II, from Breda 5.

of Parliament for keeping the Peace, &c. Sept. 10.

of the King, concerning Ecclesiastical Affairs Feb, 22.

of War against the States of Holland Feb.

of War against the States of Holland Feb.

of Indulgence to Dissenters May 22.

of the Earl of Argyle

16 31 131 S08 512 515 1955

1664-5. 1672-3. 1672-3. 1685.

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1660.

IV. KING'S LETTERS.

Charles II.
May 1. The King's Letter to the House of Peers

to the House of Commons
to General Monk and the Council of State

to the Lord Mayor and City of London
28.

to the Lords after landing June 22.

for confirming the Act of Indemnity

15 17 20 21 53 209

1661.

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V. KING'S MESSAGES.

Charles II. 1060. June 13. The King's Message relative to the Act of Indemnity

77 July 30. releasing all Arrears to the Crown

90 Aug. 31. concerning a Recess

117 Nov. 22. concerning a Dissolution

119 Dec. 22. concerning a Dissolution

163 1661-2. Feb. 18.

to the Commons relative to the Money Bill 230 1663. July 13.

concerning the Earl of Bristol's Articles of

High Treason against the E. of Clarendon 283 1672-3. Mar. 24. respecting a Recess

577 1677. April 11. for an Adjournment

864 1678. June 10.

for continuing the Army longer on foot • 1004 Dec. 2. concerning the Militia Bill

1032 16.

on ordering Mr. Montagu's Papers to be seized 1053 1680. Nov. 10. relative to the Bill of Exclusion

1193 1680. June 7. refusing to pass a Bill of Exclusion

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James II.

desiring a Supply

1685.

June 18

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VI. KING'S SPEECHES.

Charles II.
Twe King's Speech to the Lords relative to the Act of Indemnity

on passing the Act of Indemnity
-- at the Adjournment

on dissolving the Convention Parliament

88 114 192 109

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Page 1861. May 8. The King's SPEECH on opening the Session

178 July 8. on passing the Act of Oblivion

212 30. at the Adjournment

221 Nov, 20. at the Meeting of Parliament

222 Dec. 20.

on passing the Money Bill and the Corporation
Act -

229 1661-2 Mar. 1.

-s to the Commons concerning his Necessities 230 1669. May 30. at the end of the Session

246 1662-3. Feb. 18. on opening the Session

258 1663. June 12.

to the Coinmons concerning his Revenue 266 July 27. at the Prorogation

288 1669-4. Mar. 16. on opening the Session

289 1061. April 5. upon repealing the Triennial Act

292 May 17. at the Prorogation

295 Nov. 24. on opening the Session

296 166+-5. Feb. 9. on passing the Money Bill

308 Mar. 2. at the Prorogation

317 1665. Oct. 9. on opening the Session

317 31. at the Prorogation

331 1666. Sept. 21. on opening the Session

332 1666-7. Jan. 28. on passing the Poll Bill

356 Feb. 8. at the Prorogation

359 1667. July 29. .. on opening the Session

364 Oct. 10. on opening the Session

366 1667-8. Feb, 10. on concluding a League with Holland, &c.

404 1068. May 8. at the Adjournment

426 1669. Oct. 19. on opening the Session

428 1669-70. Feb. 14. on opening the Session

441 22.

to both Houses relative to the Case of Skinner 443 1670. April 11. at the Adjournment

450 Oct. 21. at the Meeting of Parliament

456 1671. April 22. at the Prorogation

496 1672-3. Feb. 4. on opening the Session

502 Mar. 1.

complaining of Addresses from the Commons 556 8. concerning a Supply

500 1673. Mar. 29. at the Adjournment

584 Oct, 29. -- on opening the Session

586 Nov. 3. at the Prorogation

609 1673-4. Jan. 7. on opening the Session

611 24.

concerning a certain Proposals for Peace 660 Feb. 11. on concluding a Peace with Holland

665 24. at the Prorogation

666 1675. April 13. on opening the Session

672 June 5. on Dr. Shirley's Appeal Cause

787 9. at the Prorogation

740 Oct. 13. on opening the Session

740 1576-7. Feb, 15. on opening the Session

807 1677. May 23. to the Cominons respecting Alliances

873 1677-8. Jan. 28. at the Meeting of Parliament

896 1678. May 13. at the Prorogation

977 23, on opening the Session

977 June 18.

on demanding an Additional Revenue of
300,000l. per Ann.

994
Oct. 21.
on opening the Session

1016 Nov. 9. relating to the Succession

- 1035 27.

relating to the Disbanding of the Forces • 1049 1678. Dec. 30. at the Prorogation

- 1074 1678-9. Mar. 6. on opening the Session

1085 15. on opening the Session

1111 1679. on declaring a New Privy Council

• 1122 30. relative to the Succession

1127 1680. Oct. 21. on opening the Session

· 1160 Dec. 15.

on Alliances and the State of Christendom - 1234 1680-1. Mar, 21. on opening the Session

- 1903 1681. 28. on dissolving his last Parliament

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James II.

1685.

Feb. 6. The King's SPEECH in Council
May 22.

on opening the Session
30.

on passing the Revenue Bill Nov. 9.

at the Meeting of Parliament

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1342 - 1351 • 1359

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VII. LISTS OF THE MEMBERS OF BOTH HOUSES.

1660 1661.

1678-9. 1680 1680-1.

April 05. List of the Convention Parliament

1 May 8. - of the House of Lords

192 of the House of Commons, in King Charles II.'s Second Parliament

194 Mar. 2. ---- of the House of Commons, in Charles II.'s Third Parliament 1079 Det. 21.

of the House of Commons in Charles II.'s Fourth Parliament 1154 Mar. 21. - of the House of Commons in Charles II.'s Fifth and last Parliament

1298 May 19. of the House of Commons in the First and only Parliament held in the Reign of James II.

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1685.

VIII. PETITIONS.

1660.

119 934

| 1661-2.

1663.

Sept. 5. PETITION to the King from both Houses, in favour of Vane and

Lambert -
Mar.

of the Distressed Rovalists
Mar. 31.

of both Houses to the King, against Jesuits and Priests

- The King's Answer-His Second Answer Mar. 10,

of both Houses against the Growth of Popery- The King's

Answer

263

1670-1.

476

1660. 1661. 1663. 1675.

IX. PROTESTS.
Dec. 13. PROTEST on a Bill to vacate certain Fines -
July 17.

against the Bill to vacate Sir E. Powel's Fines
July 21.

against the Bill for Encouragement of Trade Nov. 20.

against rejecting the Address for dissolving the Par

liament Mar. 26.

relative to Fitzbarris's Impeachment Alay 19.

relative to the Proceedings against the Popish Lords

159 219 284

1680. 1681.

802 1336 1350

X. NAVY, FINANCE, &c.

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XI. PERSONS FILLING THE HIGH OFFICES OF STATE FROM 1660

TO 1688.

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Archbishops of Canterbury. 1660. William Juxon, translated from London. 1663. Gilbert Sheldon, translated froin London. 1667. Williain Sancroft, Dean of St. Pauls. Deprived for not taking the Oaths to King

William and Queen Mary.

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1660.

1667. 1672. 1673. 1675. 1682. 1685.

Lord High Chancellors.
Sir Edward Hyde, knt. and bart. Keeper (Created Lord Hyde) Jap. 13, 1058; insti-

tuted Lord High Chancellor, Jan. 29; and created Earl of Clarendon.
Sir Orlando Bridgman, knt. and bart. Lord Keeper, August 30.
Anthony Ashley, Earl of Shaftsbury, Novembe- 5.
Sir Heneage Finch, knt. (Created Baron of Daventry, Jan. 10, 1674) Lord Keeper.
Sir Heneage Fioch, made Lord High Chancellor, and created Earl of Nottingham.
Sir Francis North, kot. Lord Keeper (Created Lord Guilford in 1683.)
Sir George Jeffereys, kat. Lord Jeffereys.

Speakers of the House of Commons.--King Charles II. 1660. April 25. Sir Harbottle Grimstone, bart, Member for Colchester, 1661. May 16. Sir Edward Turner, bart. Hereford town. On his being appointed

Chief Baron of the Exchequer, May 23, 1671, the House chose, at

their next meeting, 1672-3. Feb. 4. Sir Job Charlton, bart. Ludlow, Salop; but he desiring leave to resign

on account of his health,

15. Edward Seymour, Esq. Hindon, Wilts, was elected in his place. 1678-9. Mar. 6. Sir Edward Seymour, Bart. Hindon, Wilts. The King refused his con

sent, and the Commons, after several days debate and a Prorogation,

chose,

15. Mr. Serjeant Gregory. Weobly, Herefordshire. 1680. Oct. 21.} William Williams, Esq. Serjeant at Law. Chester City 1680-1. Mar. 21.5

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