Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series [Of the Commonwealth] 1649-1660 Volume 7

Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series [Of the Commonwealth] 1649-1660 Volume 7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...Aug. 1654. 2 copies. Aug. 16. 72. Petitions of divers gentlemen and freeholders of co. Warwick to the Protector. To the like effect. Not signed. 1 page. Aug. 16. 73. Notes of orders for the hearing of the several cases before the Committee for Elections, 11 and 16 Aug. page. Aug. 16. Council. Day's Proceedings. I, 2. The Ordinances touching the 4 forests to be a further security for the soldiers' arrears, and that concerning the persons fined by the Ordinance of pardon to the people of Scotland, to be considered to-morrow. 4. Wm. Tasborogh and John Gillet, who were discharged from being warders of the Tower, and committed to prison there by order of 1 June 1654, in respect of Mr. Tudor's escape through their neglect, to be set at liberty. 5. In the order of 8 Aug. concerning an augmentation to Mr. Leverington, it is to be inserted that the same begin from when Mr. Brewster left the sequestration. 9. The arrears of 711Z. 4s. due to Sergeant Dendy for his personal services to be paid out of the 4 forests settled for soldiers' arrears. 10. The petition of Sir Ed. Seabright referred to Wolsley and Mackworth, to report. II. Council being informed of meetings of Papists, Jesuits, and ill-affected persons at Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, request Sir John Worley and Capt. John Stone to inquire into the matter, prevent such meetings, apprehend dangerous persons, and proceed against priests and Jesuits according to law. /. 75, pp. 491-493. Aug. 17. 74. Petition of Gilbert Keate and other owners of the Marmaduke to Council, for restoration of their ship, as granted in like cases. In 1650 they set out the ship to Russia and the Straits; in her voyage to Leghorn, she was encountered by Prince Rupert's fleet, and taken after 6 hours' fight, by which they...
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