• His Ma [...] and his Prive councell , • The House of Lords , • The house of Commons , • The Lord Bishops , and • The Convocation 

Englands Glory, Or, an Exact CATALOGUE OF THE LORDS OF HIS MAJESTIES Most Honourable PRIVY COƲNCEL. WITH The Knights of the most Noble Order of Saint George, called the Garter, and the HOUSE of PEERS.

As also A Catalogue of the Lord Bishops, the House of Commons, the Dukes, Marquesses, Earles, Viscounts, Barons and Baro­nets, &c. made since his Majesties happy Restoration, and the times of their several Creations; Likewise a perfect List of the Knights of the Bath, and the Preparations and Habits that were made for them at the time of their Installment at the Coronation; Together with a perfect Catalogue of the Lower House of Convocation now sitting at Westminster.

LONDON, Printed for Nath. Brooke at the Angel in Cornhill, and Hen. Eversden at the Grey-hound in Saint Pauls Church-yard. 1660.

A Perfect CATALOGUE OF HIS MAJESTIES Most Honourable Privy Councel.

  • HIs Royal HIGHNESSE Duke of York.
  • Earl of Clarendon, Lord Chan­cellour of England.
  • Earl of Southampton Lord Trea­surer.
  • Lord Roberts, Lord Privy Seal.
  • Duke of Albemarle.
  • Duke of Ormond.
  • Lord High Chamberlain, Earl of Lindsey.
  • Lord Chamberlain, Earl of Manchester.
  • Algernon, Earl of Northumberland.
  • Earl of Leicester.
  • [Page 6]Marquesse of Dorchester.
  • Earle of Berkshire.
  • Earle of Norwich.
  • Earl of Saint Albanes.
  • Viscount Say and Seal.
  • Lord Wentworth.
  • Lord Seymour, Chancellor of the Dutchey.
  • Lord Hollis.
  • Annesley, Earl of Anglesey.
  • Lord Cooper.
  • Earle of Carlisle.
  • Earle of Sandwich.
  • Lord Cornwallis.
  • Earle of Lauderdail.
  • Sir Charls Berkley.
  • Sir George Carteret.
  • Secretary Nicholas.
  • Secretary Morice.

A Relation of the manner of the Ele­ction and Installation of the No­ble Order of St. George, at Windsore, &c.

THE Founder of this Noble Order was Edward the third King of England, a person of a most accomplisht Virtue, this most excellent Prince having exceedingly prevailed both against the French and Scottish Kings, discomforted their Armies, and taken one of them in Person, ordained this most Noble Order and Society of Knights, so to adorn their Valour, manifested in the Warres with honour the re­ward of Virtue. Their number 26. no more ut pretium faciat raritas. The Lawes and Statutes of this Noble Order were first Instituted and devised by this Victorious Prince King Edward, of that name the third; after revised and ratified by many of the succeeding Kings. And on the Reformation of Religion much altered by King Edward the sixt.

In their Elections two things there are which they es­pecially observe.

First, that the party nominated, be a Gentleman of Name, and Arms; for three descents both by the Fathers side, and the Mothers side.

The second thing to be observed is, that the party nominated be without spot or foul reproach: as viz: not convict of Heresy; nor attaint of Treason; nor by his Prodigality and Riot decayed in his Estate, by means [Page 8] whereof he is not able to conserve the Honor of his Or­der; nor such a one as ever fled in the day of battail; his So­veraign Lord or his Lieutenant being in the field, In all which cases a Knight elected and installed may also if it please the Soveraign, be degraded.

The Party chosen by the Prince, if he be a stranger, is certified thereof soon after by letters from the Sove­raign: and many times the Statutes of that Order have been sent unto him to consider of them, whether or no he will accept of this Election. If he accept it (as no que­stion but he will) then doth the Soveraign forthwith send unto him by his Ambassadour and the chief Herald (commonly) the whole Habit of the Order, with the Garter and the Collar wherewith they do invest him. And on the other side, the Prince or Stranger so invest­ed, within convenient time, send their sufficient Depu­ty with a Mantle of blew Velvet, to be installed in their room at St. GEORGES Church in Winsore. But if the party chosen be a Subject of the Kingdom, the Gar­ter is delievred to him presently upon his Election, to sig­nifie that he is chose into the Order. Afterwards in the Chapter-house, upon the reading of his Commission be­fore the Soveraign or his Deputy, he is invested with the Robe and with the Hood. Then follows the Installment performed with many grave and magnificent Ceremonies: which done, he doth receive the Collar of the Order. This at their Installations have always an Oath admini­stred, that to their power, during the time they shall be Fellows of the Order, they shall defend the Honour, Quarrels, Rights and Lordships, of the Soveraign, and that they shall endeavour to preserve the Honour of the said Order: and all the Statutes of [...]t they shall well ob­serve, without fraud or covin.

Having thus spoken of the statutes of this most Noble Order whereby they are and have been governed, we will descend in the next place to give you notice of their Pa­tron, which after the opinions of those times, they chose unto themselves. Of which this Polydore Virgil. This order is (saith he) dedicated unto St. GEORGE as the chief Saint, and patron of the men of War; whose Festival they therefore solemnly observe with many noble Ceremonies. But what need Polidore have been produ­ced unto this purpose, since from the Charter of the In­stitution we have a testimony more authenticall▪ For there King Edward tels us that to the Honor of Almighty God, and of the Blessed Virgin St. Mary, And of the Glorious Martyr St. GEORGE, Patron of the Right Noble Realme of England, and to the exaltation of the Holy Catholick Faith, he had ordained, established, cre­ated and founded within his Castle of Windsore, a com­pany of twenty six Noble Knights to be of the said most Noble Order of St. GEORGE, named the Garter. It is true indeed what Polidore hath well observed, with great Ceremony and Solemnity the Knights do celebrate this Feast: Attending both on the Vesper and the day it self at Divine Service, attired in the most rich and stately Mantles of the Order: and gallantly adorned with their most rich and sumptuous collars (which we call of SS.) the Image of St. GEORGE, garnished with pearls and precious stones, appendant to them. In which their go­ing to the Church, and in their sitting at the Table, they go and set by two and two, every one with his Fellow which is fore against him in his stall. And if by chance it happen that his Fellow be not present, he doth both go and set alone, I say if it chance to happen: for all the Fellows are obliged to be there personally present, with­out [Page 10] a just and reasonable cause acceptable to the Sove­raign or his Deputy, and signified by special letters of Excuse. Other Pomp and rich magnificence of this Feast I forbear to mention, as being unable to expresse it. The mind is then best satisfied in such things as this, when the eye hath seen them.

Now followeth a perfect Catalogue of the Knights of the most Honourable Order of the Garter, made by our Gracious Sovereign, King Charles the second.

That the Knights of this most honourable Order are called in Latine Equites Georgiani, St. GEORGES Knights, and sometimes also in English, as in that pas­sage noted out of Poly Albion.

The other Ornaments and Habits belonging to this Or­der, besides the Garter; are a Gown, a Kirtle, a Chap­peron, a Cloak, a Girdle and a Collar: all stately and Magnificent both for stuffe and fashion, but worn onely upon days of Extraordinary solemnity for ordinary use, besides the Garter, which is for every dayes wear­ing, and their Cloak with the Sun on the left shoulder of it in his full Glory, which last was added by his late Majesty of ever Blessed Memory, they have a blew Rib­bon which they wear about their necks; with the pi­cture, or rather portraicture of the GEORGE appen­dant to it.

CHARLES the Second, King of Great Brittain, France, and Ireland, and Soveraign of the most Noble Order of St. George, called the Garter, was pleased to dignifie therewith these persons following, Viz.

1649.
  • MAurice Count Palatine of the Rhene, the third surviving Son of the Queen of Bo­hemia.
  • James Butler Earl of Ossery, and Marquesse of Ormond, made afterwards Lord Steward of his Ma­jesties Houshold, Earl of Brecknock, and Duke of Or­mond.
  • Edward Count Palatine of the Rhene, another of the younger Sons of the Queen of Bohemia.
  • George Villiers Earl, Marquesse, and Duke of Buckingham.
  • William Seymour Earl and Marquesse of Hart­ford, declared to be one of this Order about this time, but not invested in the same till the Moneth of May, An. 1660. after which time he was advanced unto the Title of Duke of Somerset.
  • [Page 12]Thomas Wriothesly Earl of Southampton, had his Declaratory Letters at the same time also, but not invested with the George and Garter till the Month of May aforesaid, and not long after made Lord Trea­surer of the Realm of England.
  • William Hamilton Duke and Marquesse of Ha­milton, Earl of Cambridge and Arran, and Lord Secretary of Scotland.
  • William Cavendish, Marquesse and Earl of Newcastle, Viscount Mansfield, &c.
  • James Graham, Marquesse and Earl of Montrose in the Realm of Scotland, the Valiant and Victorious Commander of his late Majesties Forces in that King­dome, Anno 1643. 1644. &c.
  • James Stanley Earl of Darby.
1653.
  • George Digby Earl of Bristol, and some­times one of the principal Secretaries to his late Sacred Majesty.
  • Henry Duke of Glocester, the Kings younges [...] brother.
  • Charles Prince of Tarante, the eldest Son to th [...] Duke of Tremonille in the Realm of France.
  • William of Nassaw Prince of Orange, the onl [...] Son of William Prince of Orange, and the Princes [...] Mary.
1654.
  • Frederick William Marquess and Elect [...] of Brandenburgh, Duke of Prussia, Pomeren, Clev [...] and Gulick, &c.
1658.
  • Gasper Count of Marsham, a Commander [...]f great note in the Armies of the King of Spain against [...]he French.
1660.
  • George Monck Lord General of all his Ma­ [...]esties forces both in England and Scotland, created afterwards Duke of Albemarle, Earl of Torington, Lord Monk of Poderidge, Lord Tayes and Beau­champ, and Master of his Majesties Horse.
  • Edward Mountague Admiral of the Fleet which [...]rought his Majestie into England, created afterward [...]arl of Sandwich, Lord Hinchinbrook, and Master [...]f his Majesties Wardrobe.
  • Aubrey de Vere the 21. Earl of Oxon. of that [...]ame and family.
1661.
  • Charles Steuart Duke of Richmond and [...]enox, Earl of March and Litchfield, &c.
  • Montague Bertue Earl of Lindsey, and Lord High [...]hamberlain of England.
  • Edward Montague Earl of Manchester, Lord [...]hamberlain of his Majesties houshold.
  • William Wentworth Earl of Strafford, Viscount Wentworth, Lord Raby New-march; in number [...]e 457. person that hath been chosen of the Order [...]ce the first Institution.

The Fellowes and Companions of the most Noble Order of St. GEORGE, commonly called the GARTER, as they now stand this present April, Anno 1661.

  • 1. CHARLES the Second, King of Great Bri­tain, France and Ireland, &c.
  • 2. James Duke of York, the King's only Brother.
  • 3. Charles Lodowick Prince Elector Palatine.
  • 4. Frederick William Marquesse and Elector of Brandenburgh.
  • 5. Rupert Count Palatine of the Rhene, and Duke of Cumberland.
  • 6. Edward Count Palatine of the Rhene.
  • 7. William of Nassaw, Prince of Orange.
  • 8. Barnard Duke of Espernon.
  • 9. Charles Prince of Tarante.
  • 10. William Cecil Earl of Salisbury.
  • 11. Thomas Howard Earl of Barkshire.
  • 12. Algernon Fercy Earl of Northumberland.
  • 13. James Butler Duke of Ormond.
  • 14. George Villiers Duke of Buckingham.
  • 15. Thomas Wriothesly Earl of Southampton.
  • 16. William Cavendish Marquesse of Newcastle.
  • 17. Gorge Digby Earl of Bristol.
  • 18. Gasper Count of Marsham.
  • [Page 15]19. George Monke Duke of Albemarle.
  • 20. Edward Montague Earl of Sandwich.
  • 21. Awbrey de Vere Earl of Oxford.
  • 22. Charles Steuart Duke of Richmond and Lenox.
  • 23. Montague Bertue Earl of Lyndsey.
  • 24. Edward Montague Earl of Manchester.
  • 25. William Wentworth Earl of Strafford.

A Perfect CATALOGUE OF THE PEERS Of the Realm of England. VIZ. Dukes, Marquesses, Earles, Viscounts and Barons, now sitting in this present Parliament, began at Westminster the 8th day of May, in the 13th year of the Reign of our Gracious Sovereign Lord King CHARLES the Second, &c. 1661. Ac­cording to their Dignities, Offices and Degrees, with the Names of the Judges, and others called thither for their Assistants, and Officers of their Attendances. Together with The Ancient Statute for placing the Lords in all Parlia­ments, and other Assemblies and Conferences of COƲNCILS.

Dukes of the Blood-Royal.
  • JAMES Duke of York and Albany, Lord High Ad­miral of England.
  • Rupert, Duke of Cumber­land.
These take place in respect of their Offices.
  • Edward Earl of Clarendon Lord Chancellour of England.
  • Thomas Earl of Southam­pton Lord Treasurer of England.

DUKES.

  • GEorge Duke of Buck­ingham.
  • Charles Duke of Richmond.
  • George Duke of Albemarl, General of the Armies.

MARQUESSES.

  • JOhn Marquesse of Win­chester.
  • Edward Marquesse of Wor­cester.
  • William Marqu. of New­castle.
  • Henry Marquess of Dor­chester.

EAR [...]

These also take place in respect of their Offices.
  • MOuntague Earl of Lindsey, Lord High Chamberlain of England.
  • James Earl of Brecknock, Lord Steward of his Ma­jesties Houshold.
  • Edward Earl of Manchester, Chamberlain of the Houshold.
  • Awbrey Earl of Oxford.
  • Algernon Earl of Northum­berland.
  • Francis Earl of Salop.
  • Charles Earl of Derby.
  • John Earl of Rutland.
  • William Earl of Bedford.
  • Philip Earl of Pembroke and Mountgomery.
  • Theophilus Earl of Lincoln
  • Charles Earl of Nottingham
  • James Earl of Suffolk.
  • Richard Earl of Dorset.
  • William Earl of Sarum.
  • John Earl of Exon.
  • John Earl of Bridgewater.
  • Rob [...]t Earl of Leicester.
  • James Earl of Northampton.
  • Charles Earl of Warwick.
  • William Earl of Devon.
  • Basil Earl of Denbigh.
  • George Earl of Bristol.
  • Lionel Earl of Middlesex.
  • Henry Earl of Holland.
  • John Earl of Clare.
  • Oliver Earl of Bullingbrook.
  • Mildmay Earl of Westmerl.
  • Thomas Earl of Berks.
  • Thomas Earl of Cleveland.
  • Edward Earl of Mulgrave.
  • Henry Earl of Monmouth.
  • [Page 18]James Earl of Marlborough.
  • Thomas Earl of Rivers.
  • Henry Earl of Dover.
  • Henry Earl of Peterborough.
  • Henry Earl of Stamford.
  • Henry Earl of Winchelsey.
  • Charles Earl of Carnarvan.
  • Mountjoy Earl of Newport.
  • Philip Earl of Chesterfield.
  • John Earl of Thanet.
  • Jeremy Earl of Portland.
  • William Earl of Stafford.
  • Robert Earl of Sunderland.
  • James Earl of Sussex.
  • George Earl of Norwich.
  • Nicholas Earl of Scarsdale.
  • Henry Earl of St. Albans.
  • Edward Earl of Sandwich.
  • Edward Earl of Claren [...].
  • Arthur Earl of Essex.
  • Thomas Earl of Cardigan.
  • Arthur Earl of Anglesey.
  • John Earl of Bathe.
  • Charles Earl of Carlisle.

VISCOUNTS.

  • LEicester Viscount Here­ford.
  • Francis Viscount Mountag.
  • William Viscount Say and Seal.
  • Edward Viscount Conway.
  • Baptist Viscount Cambden.
  • William Viscount Stafford.
  • Thomas Viscount Faulcon­berg.
  • John Viscount Mordant.

BARONS.

  • John Lord Nevil of Abur­gavenny.
  • James Lord Tutchett of Awdley.
  • Charles Lord West de La Ware.
  • George Lord Berkley of Berkley.
  • Thomas Lord Parker of Morley and Mountegle.
  • Francis Lord Dares.
  • Conyers Lord Darcy of Darcy.
  • William Lord Stourton of Stourton.
  • William Lord Sandys De Le Vyne.
  • Edward Lord Vaux of Har­rowden.
  • Thomas L [...] Windsor.
  • Thomas Lord Wentworth.
  • Wingfield Lord Cromwell.
  • George Lord Bruce.
  • Philip Lord Wharton of Wharton.
  • Francis Lord Willoughby of Parham.
  • William Lord Pagit of Beau­desert.
  • [Page 19]Dudley Lord North.
  • William Lord Shandos of Sudeley.
  • John Lord Carey of Huns­don.
  • William Lord Peter.
  • Dutton Lord Gerard of Gerards Bromley.
  • Charles Lord Stanhop of Harrington.
  • Henry Lord Arundel of Wardour
  • Christopher Lord Roper Tenham.
  • Robert Lord Brook.
  • Edward Lord Mountague of Boughton.
  • Charles Lord Howard of Charlton.
  • William Lord Grey of Warke.
  • John Lord Roberts of Truro
  • William Lord Craven of Hampstead.
  • John Lord Lovelace of Hurley.
  • John Lord Paulet of Hinton Saint George.
  • William Lord Maynard.
  • Thomas Lord Coventry of Aylesborow.
  • Edward Lord Howard of Escrick.
  • Warwick Lord Mohun.
  • Percy Lord Herbert of Pow­is.
  • Edward Lord Herbert of Cherbury.
  • Francis Lord Seymour of Trowbridge, Chancellour of the Dutchy of Lanca­ster.
  • Thomas Lord Bruce of Wharleton.
  • Francis Lord Newport of High arcall.
  • Thomas Lord Leigh.
  • Christopher Lord Hatton.
  • Henry Lord Hastings of Loughborough.
  • Richard Lord Byron.
  • Richard Lord Vaughan.
  • Charles Lord Smith of Car­rington.
  • William Lord Widdring­ton.
  • Humble Lord Ward.
  • Thomas Lord Culpeper of Thoresway.
  • Isaac Lord Astley of Bram­ford.
  • Richard Lord Boyle of Clifford.
  • John Lord Lucas.
  • John Lord Bellafis.
  • Lodowick Lord Watson of [Page 20] Rockingham.
  • Charles. Lord Gerard of Brandon.
  • Robert Lord Sutton of Lexington.
  • Charles Lord Kirkhoven of Wotton.
  • Marmaduke Lord Langdale of Holme.
  • William Lord Crofts.
  • John Lord Berkley of Stratton.
  • Denzill Lord Hollis of Ifeild.
  • Frederick Lord Cornwallis of Eye.
  • George Lord De La-Mere of Dunham Massey.
  • Horatio Lord Townsend of Lynn Regis.
  • Anthony Lord Ashley de Winborn Saint Giles.
  • John Lord Crew de Stene.

The Names of the ASSIS­TANTS in the House of PEERS.

  • Sir Robert Foster Knight, Chief Justice of the Kings Bench.
  • Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet, Master of the Rolls, Orlando Bridgman, Knight and Baronet, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas.
  • Matthew Hale, Chief Baron of the Exchequor.
  • Thomas Mallet Knight, one of the Justices of the Kings Bench.
  • Thomas Twisden Knight, one other of the Justices of the Kings Bench.
  • Wadham Windham Knight, one other Justice of the Kings Bench.
  • [Page 21]Robert Hyde Knight, one of the Justices of the Common Pleas.
  • Thomas Terill Knight, one other Justice of the Common Pleas.
  • S [...]el Brown Knight, one other Justice of the Common Pleas.
    • Edward Atkins Knight
    • Christopher Turner Knight
    Barons of the Exchequer.
  • Jeffery Palmer Knight, Attorney General.
    • John Glynne Knight
    • William Wilde Knight
    Serjeants at Law.
  • Edward Nicholas Knight, chief Secretary.

Masters of the Chancery attending according to the di­rection of the Lord Chancellour.

The Officers attending there.
  • The Clerke of the Crown.
  • The Clerke of the Parliament.
  • The Usher of the black Rod.
  • The Yeoman-Usher.

The Placing of the Lords in Parliament, and other Assemblies and Conferences of Councils, as establish­ed by Act of Parliament, 31 H. 8. 10.

1. That no person or persons of what Estate, Degree or Condition soever, he or they be (ex­cept [Page 22] only the Kings Children) shall at any time hereafter attempt or presume, to sit or have place at any side of the Cloth of Estate in the Parliament Chamber, neither of one hand of the Kings Ma­jestie, nor of the other, whether the Kings Maje­stie be there personally present or absent.

2. Every person which shall have the office of Vicegerent Ecclesiastical of the grant of the K. Highnesse, his heires or successors shall sit and be placed in this and all Parliaments hereafter, to be holden on the right side of the Parliament Cham­ber, and upon the same Form that the Arch-bi­shop of Canterbury sitteth on, and above the said Arch-bishop and his successors, and shall have voice in every Parliament or assent or dissent, as o­ther the Lords of the Parliament.

3. That next to the Vicegerent shall sit the Arch­bishop of Canterbury, and then next to him on the same forme and side the Archbishop of York, and next to him on the same forme and side the Bi­shop of London, and next to him on the same side and form the Bishop of Duresme, and next to him on the same side and form the Bishop of Winche­ster, and then all other Bishops shall sit and be pla­ced on the same side after their Ancients, as it hath been accustomed.

4. That,

  • The Lord Chancellor
  • The Lord Treasurer
  • The Lord President of the Kings Council. And
  • The Lord Privy Seal.

Being of the Degree of Barons of the Parlia­ment, or above, shall sit and be placed as well in this, as in all other Par­liaments hereafter to be holden on the left side of the said Parlia­ment-Chamber on the higher part of the form of the same side, above all Dukes, except only such as shall happen to be the Kings Son, the Kings Brother, the Kings Uncle, the Kings Nephew, or the Kings Brothers or Si­sters Sons.

5. That the Great Chamberlain shall sit and be placed after the Lord Privy Seal, in manner and form following, that is to say, every of them shall sit and be placed above all other Personages, be­ing of the same Estates or Degrees that they shall happen to be of.

Next,

  • The Constable
  • The Marshall
  • The Lord Admiral
  • The Great Master or Lord Steward.
  • The Kings Chamberl. &c.

6. That the Kings chief Secretary, being of the Degree of a Baron of the Parliament, shall sit and be placed afore and above all Barons, not having any of the Offices aforementioned; and if he be a Bishop, that then he shall sit and be placed above [Page 24] all other Bishops, not having any of the Offices aforementioned.

7. All Dukes, Marquesses, Earles, Viscounts and Barons, not aforementioned, not having any of the Offices aforesaid, shall sit and be placed after their Ancienty, as it hath been accustomed.

8. That if any person or persons which at any time hereafter shall happen to have any of the said Offices of

  • Lord Chancellour,
  • Lord Treasurer,
  • Lord resident of the Kings Councel
  • Lord Privy Seal. Or
  • Chief Secretary.

who is under the Degree of a Baron of the Parlia­ment, by reason whereof they can have no interest to give any Assent or Dissent in the said House, that then in every such case, such of them as shall hap­pen to be under the degree of a Baron, shall sit and be placed at the uppermost part of the Woolsacks, in the midst of the said Parliament chamber, either there to sit upon one form, or upon the uppermost woolsack, the one of them above the other in Or­der, as is above rehearsed.

9. That in all Trials of Treasons by Peers of this Realm, if any of the Peers that shall be called hereafter to be Triers of such Treasons, shall [Page 17] happen to have any of the Offices aforesaid, that then they having such Offices, shall sit and be pla­ced according to their Offices, above all the other Peers that shall be called to such Trial, in manner and form as is above mentioned and rehearsed.

10. That as well in all Parliaments, and in all o­ther Assemblies and Conferences of Councils. The Lord Chancellor, the Lord Treasurer, the Lord Presidents, the Lord Privy-Seal, the great Chamberlain, the Constable, the Marshal, the Lord Admiral, the Grand Master, or Lord Stew­ard, the Kings Chamberlain, and the Kings chief Secretary shall sit and be placed in such order and fashion as is above rehearsed, and not in any other place.

A Perfect CATALOGUE of all the Arch-bishops and Bishops in England and VVales, establish­ed by his Majesty King CHARLES the Second, Ranked in their Or­der, whereof the Five first take place by Act of Parliament, the rest according to their Conse­cration.

(*) Notes the Ancient Bishops, Y. the Diocesses in the Province of York, all the rest in the Province of Canterbury.

  Counties under their Iurisdict.Parish. in each Dio.
(*) Doctor VVilliam Juxon Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury, Primate and Metropolitan of all Eng­land.

(Consecrated Anno 1633.)

Hath
  • Canterbury and
  • Rochester
have all Kent
  • 257
  • 98
(*) Doctor Accepted Frewen Lord Archbishop of York, and Metro­politane of England. (Y)

(Consecr. 1634.)

  • Yorkshire
  • Nottinghamshire.
581
Doctor Gilbert Shelden Lord Bi­ [...]hop of London.

Consecrat. Oct. 28. 1660.

  • Essex
  • Middlesex
  • Hartfordsh. part.
623
Doctor John Cossens Lord Bishop [...]f Durham, Y.

Consecrat. Dec. 2. 1660.

  • Durham
  • Northumb.
  • Man Isle.
135
(*) Doctor Brian Duppa Lord [...]ishop of Winchester. Prelate of the Garter.

Consecrat. 1638.

  • Hamshire
  • Surrey
  • Wight Isle
  • Guersney Isle
  • Jersey Isle.
362
(*) Doctor William Peirs Lord [...]ishop of Bath and VVells.

Consecrat. 1632.

  • Somersetsh.
388
(*) Doctor Robert Skinner Lord [...]ishop of Oxford.

Consecrat. 1636.

  • Oxfordshire.
195
(*) Doctor VVilliam Roberts [...]rd Bishop of Bangor.

Consecrat. 1637.

  • Carnarvonsh
  • Anglesey Isle
  • Merioneth
  • Denbysh. part
107
(*) Doctor John Warner Lord [...]ishop of Rochester.

Consecrat. 1637.

  • Kent part.
98
(*) Doctor Matthew Wren Lord Bishop of Ely.

Consecrat. 1638.

  • Cambridgsh.
  • Ely Isle.
141
(*) Doctor Henry King Lord Bishop of Chichester.

Consecrat. 1641.

  • Sussex
  • Hartfordsh. part.
557
Doctor Humphrey Hinchman Lord Bishop of Salisbury.

Consecrat. Oct. 28. 1660.

  • Wiltshire
  • Berkshire.
248
Doctor George Morley Lord Bi­shop of Worcester.

Consecrat. Oct. 28. 1660.

  • Worcestersh.
  • Warwicksh. part.
241
Doctor Robert Sanderson Lord Bishop of Lincoln.

Consecrat. Oct. 28. 1660.

  • Lincolnsh.
  • Leicestersh.
  • Huntingdons.
  • Bedfordsh.
  • Buckinghams.
  • Hartfordsh. p.
12 [...]
Doctor George Griffith Lord Bi­shop of Saint Asaph.

Consecrat. Oct. 28. 1660.

  • Denbysh. part.
  • Flintsh. part.
121
Doctor William Lucey Lord Bi­shop of Saint Davids.

Consecrat. Dec. 2. 1660.

  • Pembroksh.
  • Carmarthenshire.
308
Doctor Benjamin Lancy Lord Bishop of Peterborough.

Consecrat. Dec. 2. 1660.

  • Northamptonshire
  • Rutlandsh.
29 [...]
Doctor Hugh Lloyd Lord Bishop of Landaff.

Consecrat. Dec. 2. 1660.

  • [...]lamorgansh
  • Monmouthsh
  • Brecknocksh.
  • Radnorsh. pt.
177
Doctor Richard Stern Lord Bishop of Carlisle, Y.

Consecrat. Dec. 2. 1660.

  • Cumberland part.
  • Westmerland.
93
Doctor Brian Walton Lord Bishop of Chester, Y.

Consecrat. Dec. 2. 1660.

  • Cheshire
  • Richmondsh.
  • Flintsh. part.
  • Cumberl. pt.
  • Lancashire.
256
Doctor John Gawden Lord Bishop of Exeter.

Consecrat. Dec. 2. 1660.

  • Devonshire.
  • Exeter City.
  • Cornwall.
623
Doctor Gilbert Ironside Lord Bishop of Bristol.

Consecrat. Jan. 13. 1660.

  • Bristol City.
  • Dorsetshire.
236
Doctor Edward Reynolds Lord Bishop of Norwich.

Consecrat. Jan. 13. 1660.

  • Norfolk
  • Suffolk
1121
Doctor William Nicholson Lord Bishop of Glocester.

(Consecr. Ja. 13. 1660.)

  • Glocestersh.
267
Doctor Nicholas Monck Lord Bi­shop of Hereford.

[Consecr. Ja. 13. 1660.]

  • Herefordsh.
  • Shropsh. part.
  • Worcestersh. part.
  • Radnorsh. par.
313
[...] Lord Bishop of Co­ventry and Litchfield, formerly Prebend of Durham.
  • Warw [...]cksh. p.
  • Staffordsh.
  • Derbysh.
  • Shropsh. part.
241

THE NAMES OF THE Knights, Citizens, Burgesses, and Barons of the Cinque-Ports of ENGLAND and WALES, For the PARLIAMENT Begun at WESTMINSTER The eighth of May, 1661. as they are returned in to the Crown-Office.

SIR Edw. Turner Speaker.

Bedford.

  • Robert Lord Bruce.
  • Sir Humphrey Winch, Baronet.
Town of Bedford.
  • John Keeling Sergeant at Law.
  • Richard Taylor, Esq;
  • Sir Samuel Luke Knight.
  • Richard Taylor, Esq;

Berks.

  • John Lovelace, Esq;
  • Richard Powle, Esq;
Borough of New Windsor.
  • Sir Richard Braham Kt.
  • Thomas Higgens Esq;
Borough of Reading.
  • Sir Tho: Dolman Kt.
  • Richard Aldworth Esq;
Borough of Wallingford.
  • George F [...]ne Esq;
  • Robert Pa [...]ker Esq;
Borough of Abingdon.
  • Sir Geo. Stonehouse Baronet.

Bucks.

  • Sir William Bowyer Kt. & Bar
  • [Page 24]Col. William Tyrringham, Esq;
Borough and Parish of Buckingham.
  • Sir Richard Temple Bar.
  • William Smith Esq;
Borough of Cheping-wicomb.
  • Sir Edmond Pye, Knight & Bar.
  • Sir John Burlacy Baronet.
Borough of Alisbury.
  • Sir Richard Ingoldsby,
  • Sir Tho. Leigh Baronet.
Borough of Admonsham.
  • Sir William D [...]ak Knight & Bar.
  • Thomas Proby, Esq;
Borough of Wendover.
  • Richard Hambden Esq;
  • Robert Crook Esq;
Borough of great Marlow.
  • Peregrine Hobby Esq;
  • Will. Burlace Esq;

Cambridge.

  • Thomas Chichely Esq;
  • Thomas Wendey Esq;
Ʋniversity of Cambridge.
  • Sir Richard Fanshaw Baronet.
  • Tho. Croutch Mr. of Arts.
Town of Cambridge.
  • Sir William Compion Knight.
  • Roger Pepys, Esq;

Cheshire.

  • William Lord Brereton.
  • Peter Venables Esq;
City of Chester.
  • Sir Thomas Smith, Knight.
  • John Ratcliff, Esq;

Cornwall.

  • Jonathan Treslawny Esq;
  • John Coryton Esq;
Borough of Dunhivid, alias Lanceston.
  • Sir Charles Harbord Knight.
  • Richard Edgecomb, Esq;
Borough of Leskard.
  • John Harris Esq;
  • Peter Prideaux Esq;
Borough of Loswithall.
  • Sir Chichester Wrey Kt. & Bar.
  • James Bultele, Esq;
Borough of Truro.
  • Nich. Arundell Esq;
  • Edward Boscowe Esq;
  • William Brewerton Esq;
  • Arthur Trevor Esq;
Borough of Bodmyn.
  • Sir John Carew, Baronet.
  • Hander Roberts, Esq;
  • Sir James Smith, Knight.
  • Sir John Carew, Baronet.
  • Bernard Greenvile, Esq;
Borough of Helston.
  • Sir Peter Killegr [...]w, Knight.
  • Thomas Robinson, Esq;
Borough of Saltash.
  • Francis Buller, Jun. Esq;
  • John Buller Esq;
Borough of Comelford.
  • Thomas Coventry Esq;
  • Charls Rascarrock Esq;
  • Bernard Greenvile Esq;
Borough of Port-Pigham alias Westlowe.
  • John Nicholas Esq;
  • John Trelawny Esq;
Borough of Grawpound.
  • Charles Trevanion Esq;
  • John Tanner Esq;
Borough of Eastlowe.
  • Henry Seymor Esq;
  • Robert Atkins Esq;
Borough of Pemyn.
  • William Pendavis Esq;
  • John Birch Esq;
Borough of Tregony.
  • Hugh Bolcowen Esq;
  • Tho. Herle Esq;
Borough of Bossiney.
  • Robert Roberts Esq; eldest Son to the Lord Roberts.
  • Richard Rouse Esq;
  • Anthony Buller Esq;
Borough of St. Ives.
  • John Basset Esq;
  • James Prade Esq;
  • Edward Nosworth Esq;
Borough of Fowey.
  • Jonathan Rashleigh Esq;
  • John Rashleigh Esq;
Borough of St. Iermines.
  • John Ellyot Esq;
  • Edward Ellyot Esq;
Borough of Michaell.
  • Sir Edward Mosely, Baronet.
  • Matthew Wien Esq;
  • Humphrey Burlace Esq;
  • Matthew Wren Esq;
Borough of Newport.
  • John Speckot, Esq;
  • Sir Francis Drake, Baronet,
Borough of Mawes.
  • Sir Will. Tredenham, Knight.
  • Arthur Sprey Esq;
  • Sir Rich. Vivian, Knight & Bar.
Borough of Kellington.
  • Sir Cyrill Wich, Knight.
  • Anthony Buller, Esq;

Cumberland.

  • Sir Patrick Corwin, Bar.
  • Sir George Fletcher, Bar.
City of Carlisle.
  • Sir Phillip Howard, Knight.
  • Christopher Musgrave, Esq;
Borough of Cockermouth.
  • Sir Wilfred Lawson, Knight.
  • Hugh Potter, Esq;

Derbie.

  • William Lord Cavendish.
  • John Fretchvile, Esq;
Borough of Derby.
  • Roger Alestre.
  • John Daltons, Esq;

Devon.

  • Sir Hugh Pollard, Knight & Bar.
  • Sir John Roll, Knight.
City of Exeter.
  • Sir James Smith, Knight.
  • Robert Walker Esq;
Borough of Totnes.
  • Sir Edward Seymor, Bar.
  • Thomas Clifford, Esq;
Borough of Plymouth.
  • Sir William Morris Knight, principall Secretary of State.
  • Samuel Trelawny, Esq;
Town and Borough of Oke­hampton.
  • Edward Wise, Esq;
  • Sir Thomas Hele Bar.
Borough of Barnstable.
  • Sir John Chichester, Bar.
  • Nicholas Dennis Esq;
Borough of Plymton.
  • Sir William Strode, Knight.
  • Thomas Hele, Esq;
Borough of Honiton.
  • Sir Courtney Pole, Bar.
  • Peter Prideaux, Esq;
Borough of Tavistock.
  • George Howard Esq;
  • William Russell Esq;
  • Sir John Davy, Bar.
Borough of Ashberton.
  • Sir George Sonds of Kent, Kt. of the Bath.
  • John Fowell, Esq;
Borough of Clifton.
  • William Harbord Esq;
  • Thomas Southcote Esq;
Borough of Berealston.
  • Sir John Maynard Knight.
  • Ellis Crimes, Esq;
  • Sir Iohn Maynard, Knight.
  • George Howard. Esq;
Borough of Tiverton.
  • Sir. Tho. Stukely, Knight.
  • Thomas Carew, Esq;

Dorcet.

  • Gyles Strangewayes, Esq;
  • Iohn Stroud Esq;
Town of Poole.
  • Iohn Morton Esq;
  • Will. Constantine Esq;
  • Iohn Morton Esq;
  • Sir Iohn Fitzjames, Knight.
Borough of Dorchester.
  • Denzill Hollis Esq;
  • Iames Gould Esq;
Borough of Lyme Regis.
  • Sir Iohn Shaw, Knight.
  • Henry Henly, Esq;
Borough of Weymouth.
  • Sir Iohn Strangewayes Kt.
  • Winston Churchill, Esq;
Melcome Regis.
  • Coll. Bu [...]en Reimes. Esq;
  • Sir William Pen Knight.
Borough of Brideport.
  • Humphrey Bishop Esq;
  • Iohn Strangewayes Esq;
Borough of Shaston.
  • Henry Whicaker Esq;
  • John Low Esq;
Borough of Wareham.
  • George Pe [...]t Esq;
  • Robert Culliford Esq;
  • Robert Laurence Esq;
  • George Pitt Esq;
Borough of Corfe-castle.
  • Sir Ralph Banks, Knight.
  • John Tregonnel, Esq;

Essex.

  • Sir Benjamine Ay [...]offe, Bar.
  • [Page 27]Sir Iohn Bramston Knight of the Bath.
Borough of Coulchester.
  • Sir Harbottle Grimston Knight, Master of the Rolls.
  • John Shaw Esq; Recorder.
Borough of Maldon.
  • Sir Iohn Ty [...]rel Knight.
  • Sir Richard Wiseman, Knight.
Borough of Harwich.
  • Sir Henry Wright, Kt. & Bar.
  • Thomas King, Esq;

Gloucester:

  • Iohn Grubham How, Esq;
  • Sir Baynham Throgmorton, Kt.
City of Gloucester.
  • Sir Edward Masley, Knight.
  • Evan S [...]ys, Sergeant at Law.
Borough of Cirencester.
  • Iames Earle of Newbrough.
  • Iohn George, Esq;
Borough of Tewksbury.
  • Henry Capel, Esq;
  • Rich. Dowdeswel, Esq;

Hereford.

  • James Scudamore, Esq;
  • Anthony Pryce, Esq;
City of Hereford.
  • Sir Henry Lyngen, Knight.
  • Sir Edward Hopton, Kt.
Borough of Lempster.
  • Rich. Grahme Esq;
  • Humph. Cornwall Esq;
Borough of Weobly.
  • Thomas Tomkins Esq;
  • John Barnaby, Esq;

Hertford.

  • Sir Rich. Franckline Kt. & Bar.
  • Sir Tho. Fanshaw Kt. of the Bath.
Borough of St. Albans.
  • Richard Jennings, Esq;
  • Tho. Arris Doctor of Physick.
Borough of Hertford.
  • Sir Edw. Turner, Kt.
  • Tho. Fanshaw Jun. Kt. of the Bath.

County of Huntingdon.

  • Robert Mandevile Viscount.
  • Henry Williams, Esq;
Huntingdon Town.
  • John Cotton Esq;
  • Lionel Walden, Esq;

Kent.

  • Sir Thomas Payton, Baronet.
  • Sir John Tufton Kt. & Bar.
City of Canterbury.
  • Fran. Lovelace Esq; Recorder.
  • Sir Edward Masters, Kt.
City of Rochester.
  • Sir Francis Clark, Kt.
  • Sir William Barten, Kt.
Borough of Maidstone.
  • Sir Edmund Peirce, Kt.
  • Robert Barnham Esq;
Borough of Queenborough.
  • James Herbert Esq;
  • Sir Edward Hales Baron.

Lancaster.

  • Edward Stanley Esq;
  • Sir Roger Bradshaw, Kt.
Borough or Town of Lancaster.
  • Sir John Harrison, Kt.
  • Richard Kirkby Esq;
Borough or Town of Preston in Amonderness.
  • Edward Rigby Esq;
  • Ieoffry Rishton Esq;
Borough of Newton.
  • Richard Leigh, Esq;
  • John Vaughan, Esq;
Borough of Wigan.
  • Charls Earle of Ancram.
  • Jeoffry Shackerly, Esq;
Borough of Clitherow.
  • Sir Ralph Ashton, Bar.
  • John Heath, Esq;
Borough of Liverpool.
  • William Stanley, Esq;
  • Sir Gilbert Ireland, Kt.

Leicester.

  • John Lord Roos.
  • Sir George Fawnt.
Borough of Leicester.
  • John Grey of Lond. Esq;
  • Sir William Hartopp of Ro [...]her­by Kt.
  • Sir William Hartopp.
  • Sir John Prettyman, Kt. & Bar.

Lincolne.

  • George Viscount Sanderson.
  • Charles Huffey Esq;
City of Lincoln
  • Sir Robert Bowles Baronet.
  • Sir Thomas Meers Knight.
Borough of Boston.
  • Robert Lord Willoughby of Eresby.
  • Sir Anthony Irby Kt.
  • Robert Lord Willoughby of Eresby.
  • Thomas Thory, Esq;
Town of great Grimsby.
  • Iervas Hollis, Esq;
  • Adrian Scroope, Esq;
Town of Stamford.
  • William Montague Esq;
  • William Stafford Esq;
Borough of Grantham.
  • John Newton, Esq;
  • Sir Will. Thorold Kt. and Bar.

Middlesex.

  • Sir Lancelot Lake, Kt.
  • Sir Tho. Allen, Kt.
City of Westminster.
  • Sir Philip Warwick, Kt.
  • Sir Richard Everard, Kt.
London.
  • John Fowke, Esq;
  • Sir William Thompson, Kt.
  • Will. Love, Esq; Alderman.
  • Iohn Jones, Esq;

Monmouth.

  • Henry L. Herbert of Ragland.
  • William Morgan, Esq;
Borough of Monmouth.
  • Sir George Robert Kt.

Norfolk.

  • Thom. Lord Richardson Bar. of Cramond.
  • Sir Ralph Hare, Baronet.
City of Norwich.
  • Francis Cory Esq;
  • Christopher Jay Esq;
Town of Kingslynn.
  • Edward Walpoole, Esq;
  • Sir William Hovell, Kt.
Town of great Yarmouth.
  • William Coventry Esq;
  • Sir William Dowley, Kt.
Borough of Thetford.
  • Sir Allen Appesly, Kt.
  • Will. Gawdy Esq;
Borough of Castlerising.
  • Sir Robert Paston, Kt.
  • Robert Steward Esq;

Northampton.

  • Sia Iustinian Isham, Baronet.
  • George Clarke, Esq;
City of Peterborough.
  • Charls Lord de Le Spencer.
Town of Northampton.
  • Sir Iohn Norwich Kt. and Bar.
  • Sir Iames Langham Kt.
Town of Brackley.
  • Robert Spencer, Esq;
  • Sir William Farmer, Baronet.
Borough of Higham Feries.
  • Lewis Palmer, Esq; Son to Sir Ieoffry Palmer his Majesties Attorney General.

Northumberland.

  • Henry Lord Cavendish Viscount Mansfield.
  • Sir William Fenwick. Bar.
Town of Newcastle upon Tyne.
  • Sir Francis Anderson, Kt.
  • Sir John Marley, Kt.
Borough of Morpeth.
  • Sir George Downing, Kt.
  • Henry Widdrington Esq;
Town of Barwick upon Tweede.
  • Sir Thomas Widdrington. Kt.
  • Edward Grey Esq;

Nottingham.

  • Sir Gervase Clifton Kt. & Bar.
  • Anthony Eyres, Esq;
Town of Nottingham.
  • Arthur Stanhope, Esq;
  • Rob. Pierpoint, Esq;
Borough of Estretford.
  • Sir VVilliam Hickman, Baronet.
  • Clifford Clifton Esq;

Oxford.

  • Henry Lord Viscount Faulkland.
  • Sir Anthony Cope, Baronet.
Ʋniversity of Oxford.
  • Lawrence Hide, Esq; son to the Lord Chancellor.
  • [Page 30]Sir Hencage Finch Kt. & Bar.
City of Oxford.
  • Richard Croke Esq; Recorder.
  • Brome Wharwood Es.
Borough of New Woodstock.
  • Sir Thomas Spencer Baronet.
  • Sir William Fleetwood.
Borough of Banbury.
  • Sir John Holman, Baronet.

Rutland.

  • Edward Noell Esq;
  • Philip Sherrard Esq; brother to the Lord Sherrard.

Salop.

  • Sir Francis Lawly Baronet.
  • Sir Richard Oatly, Bar.
Town of Salop.
  • Andrew Newport Esq;
  • Thomas Jones Esq;
Borough of Bruges alias Bridg­north.
  • Sir William Whitmore Baronet.
  • Iohn Bennet Esq;
Borough of Ludlow.
  • Iob Carleton Serj. at Law.
  • Tim. Littleton Esq; Serj. at Law.
Borough of great Wenlock.
  • * Sir Thomas Littleton Baronet.
  • George Weld Esq;
Town of Bishops Castle.
  • Edmund Waring, Esq;
  • Will. Okely, Esq;

Somerset.

  • Sir John Stowel Kt. Bath.
  • Edward Phillips Esq;
City of Bristoll.
  • Thomas Earle or Ostory.
  • John Knight Esq;
  • Sir Humphrey Hook.
  • Iohn Knight, Esq;
City of Bath.
  • Alexander Poph [...]m Esq;
  • William Prynne Esq;
  • Sir Charles Be [...]kley.
  • Sir Tho. Bridges.
City of Wells.
  • Richard Lord Butler, second son to the Duke of Ormond.
  • Sir Maurice Berckley Kt. & Bar.
Borough of Taunton.
  • Sir William Portman Bar.
  • Sir William Windham.
Borough of Bridgewater.
  • Edmund Windham Esq;
  • John Tint Esq;
Borough of Minehead.
  • Sir Hugh Windham.
  • Francis Lutterell Esq;
Borough of Ilchester.
  • Edward Phillips Recorder, Esq;
  • Henry Dunstar Esq;
Borough of Milborne Port.
  • Francis Windham Esq;
  • Michael Mallett Esq;
  • Henry Milborne Esq;
  • Mich. Mallet, Esq; of Poynting­ton.

Southampton.

  • Charls Lord St Johns. of Basing.
  • Sir John Norton.
City of Winchester.
  • Lawrence Hide, Esq;
  • Rich. Goddard, Esq;
Town of Southampton.
  • Will Leg, Esq;
  • Sir. Rich. Ford.
Town of Portsmouth.
  • Rich. Norton, Esq;
  • Sir Geo. Carteret Kt. and Bar.
Borough of Yarmouth.
  • Rich. Lucv, Esq;
  • Edw. S [...]h. Esq;
Borough of Petersfield.
  • Sir Humph. Bennet.
  • Arthur Bold, Esq;
Borough of Newport.
  • Will. Glascock, Esq;
  • Will. Oglander, Esq;
Borough of Stockbridge.
  • Henry Whitehead, Esq;
  • Sir Robert Howard.
  • Sir Robert Howard.
  • Robert Phillips, Esq;
Borough of New Town.
  • Sir John Barrington, Kt. and Bar.
  • Sir Henry W [...]rsley, Bar.
Borough of Christ-Church.
  • Humph. Wield, Esq;
  • Henry Tulse, Esq;
Borough of Whit-church.
  • Hen Wallop of Farley Wallop Esq;
  • Giles Hungerford, Esq;
Borough of Lymington.
  • Sir W [...]lliam [...]ewis, Baronet.
  • Iohn Bulckley, Esq;
Town of Andover.
  • Sir Iohn Tr [...]tt Baronet,
  • Iohn Collins, Esq;

Stafford.

  • Sir Thomas Leigh.
  • Randolph Edgerton, Esq;
City of Lichfield.
  • Col. Iohn Lane, Esq;
  • Sir Theophilus Biddulph.
Borough of Stafford.
  • Robert Milward Esq; Recorder.
  • William Cherwind Esq;
Newcastle under line.
  • Sir Cesar Colchlow.
  • Edward Manwaring.
Borough of Tamworth.
  • Amos Waltond, Esq;
  • Iohn Swinfen, Esq;

Suffolk.

  • Sir Henry Felton Baronet.
  • Sir Henry North Baronet.
Borough of Ipswich.
  • John Syclemore Esq;
  • William Bloyse Esq;
Borough of Dunwich.
  • Sir John Rouse Baronet.
  • Richard Coke Esq;
Borough of Orford.
  • Sir Allen Broderick.
  • Walter Deveraux Esq;
Borough of Alborough.
  • Sir Robert Brooke,
  • Sir Iohn Ballard. Baronet.
Borough of Sudbury.
  • Isaac Appleton, Esq;
  • Thomas Walgrave, Esq;
  • [Page 32]Robert Cordel, Kt. and Baron.
  • Sir Thomas Bernardiston.
Borough of Eye.
  • Charles Cornwallis Esq;
  • Sir George Reeve.
Borough of St. Edmundsbury.
  • Sir Edward Pooly.
  • Sir John Duncomb.

Surrey.

  • Adam Brown, Esq;
  • Sir Edw. Bowyer.
Borough of Southwarck.
  • Sir Thomas Bloodworth.
  • George Moore Esq;
Borough of Blechingley.
  • Sir William Haward.
  • Edward Bish Esq;
Borough of Ryegate.
  • Edward Thurland Esq;
  • Roger James Esq;
Borough of Guilford.
  • Sir Richard Onslow.
  • Arthur Onslow Esq;
Borough of Gatton.
  • Thomas Sturges Esq;
  • William Ofeild Esq;
Borough of Haslemore.
  • George Evelyn, Esq;
  • Thomas Morrice, Esq;
  • Iames Gresham, Esq;
  • Chaloner Chure, Esq;

Sussex.

  • Sir John Pelham, Bar.
  • John Ashbournham Esq;
City of Chichester.
  • Henry Pickham Esq;
  • Will Gar [...]way, Esq;
Borough of Horsham.
  • Sir John Covert, Kt. and Bar.
  • Henry Chown, Esq;
Borough of Midhurst.
  • John L [...]kenor Esq;
  • Adam Brown, Esq;
Borough of Lewes.
  • Sir John Stapely.
  • Sir Thomas Woodcock.
Borough of New Shoreham.
  • Sir Herbert Springer, Kt. & Bar.
  • Edward Blaket Esq;
Borough of Bramber.
  • John Byne Esq;
  • P [...]ercy Goring Esq;
  • Iohn Byne Esq;
  • Iohn Persons, Esq;
Borough of Steyning.
  • Henry Goring Esq;
  • John Fagg Esq;
Borough of East-Grinstead.
  • Charls Lord B [...]ckhust.
  • George Courthoppe Esq;
Borough of Arundel.
  • Roger Earle of Orrery, Lord Broghal.
  • Francis Lord Angier.

Warwick.

  • Sir Robert Holt, Baronet.
  • Sir Henry Puckering, alias New­ton, Baronet.
City of Coventry.
  • Sir Clement Fisher, Kt. & Bar.
  • Thomas Flint Esq;
Borough of Warwick.
  • Sir Clement Throck norton.
  • Hen Puckring, alis Newton, Esq;

Westmerland.

  • Sir Philip Musgrave, Baronet.
  • Sir Thomas Strickland.
Borough of Appleby.
  • John Lowther Esq;
  • John Dalston Esq;

Wilts.

  • Henry Hide, Son to the Earle of Clarendon.
  • Charles Seymour, Son to tho Lord Seymour.
City of New Sarum.
  • Edw. Tooker, Esq;
  • Francis Swanton Esq;
Borough of Wilton.
  • Iohn Nicholas Esq;
  • Thomas Mompesson, Esq;
Borough of Downton.
  • Gilbert Raleigh.
  • Walter Bookland.
  • Gyles Eyre, Junior.
  • Iohn Elliot, Esq;
Borough of Hindon.
  • Sir George Grubham-How Bar.
  • Edward Seymor Esq;
  • Sir Charls Herbert.
Borough of Heytsbury.
  • Sir Charles Barkley.
  • Henry Coker Esq;
  • Sir Ioseph Ash of Twitenham.
  • John Iolliffe of London, Esq;
Borough of Westbury.
  • Richard Lewis.
  • Tho. Francklin Esq;
Borough of Calne.
  • George Lo [...], Esq;
  • Will. Duck [...], Esq;
Borough of Devizes
  • William Yorke, Esq;
  • Iohn K [...]nt, Esq;
Borough of Chipenham.
  • Edward Hungerford Esq;
  • Henry Baynton Esq;
  • Sir Hugh Speek Baronet.
Borough of Malmsbury.
  • Sir Francis Henry Lee, Baronet.
  • Lawrence Washington Esq;
Borough of Cricklade
  • Sir Geo. Hungerford, Knight and Baronet.
  • Iohn E [...]ly, Esq;
Borough of great Bodwyn.
  • Duke Stonehouse Esq;
  • Henry Clark Esq;
  • Duke Stonehouse Esq;
  • Thomas Gape Esq;
Borough of Lugers [...]ll.
  • Sir Jeoffry Palmer, son to Sir Ieoffery Palmer, his Majesties Attorney Gen.
  • William [...]shburnham Esq;
Borough of Old Sarum.
  • Sir Iohn Denham, Knight of the Bath, his Majesties Surveyor Gene [...]al.
  • Edward Nicholas, Esq;
Borough of Wooton Basset.
  • Sir Walter St. Johns Baronet.
  • John Pleydal Esq;
Borough of Marlborough.
  • John Lord Seymour.
  • Jeoffry Daniel Esq;

Worcester.

  • Sir John Packington Bar.
  • Samuel Sands, Esq;
City of Worcester.
  • Sir Rowland Barkly.
  • [Page 34]Thomas Streete, Esq;
Borough of Droitwich.
  • Henry Coventry Esq;
  • Samuel Sandys Iun. Esq;
Borough of Evesham.
  • William Sandys Esq;
  • Abr. Culme Esq;
Borough of Bewdly.
  • Sir Henry Herbert.

Yorke.

  • Conyers Darcy, Esq;
  • Sir John Gotherick, Kt. and Bar.
City of York.
  • The Sherriffe being dead, no re­turn.
Town of Kingston upon Hull.
  • Anthony Gilby, Esq;
  • Andrew Marvel, Esq;
Borough of Knaresborough.
  • John Talbott.
  • William Stockdale.
Borough of Scarborough.
  • Sir Jordan Crosland.
  • Will. Thompson, Esq;
Borough of Rippon.
  • John Nicholas, Esq;
  • Thomas Burwel Dr. of Law.
Borough of Richmond.
  • Sir Iohn Yorke.
  • Ioseph Cradock Dr. of Law.
Borough of Hidon.
  • Sir Matthew Apleyard.
  • Sir Hugh Bethel.
Borough of Burrowbridg.
  • Sir Richard Maleverer, Kt. and Baronet.
  • Robert Long, Esq;
Borough of Malton.
  • Thomas Danby, Esq;
  • Sir Tho Hablethwait.
  • Sir Tho. Hablethwait.
  • Sir Thomas Gower, Kt. and Bar.
Borough of Thirske.
  • Sir Tho. Ingram
  • Walter Strickland, Esq;
Borough of Alborough.
  • Sir Solomon Swale, Baronet.
  • F [...]ancis Goodrick, Esq;
Borough of Beverley.
  • Michael Wharton, Esq;
  • Sir Iohn Hotham.
Borough of Allerton.
  • Sir Gilbert Gerrard.
  • Roger Talbot, Esq;
Borough of Pomfret.
  • Sir Iohn Dawny.
  • William Lowther, Esq;

Barons of the Cinque-Ports.

Port of Hasting.

  • EDmund Waller Esq;
  • Francis Goodrick, Esq;

Town of Winchelsey.

  • Sir Nicholas Crispe.
  • Francis Finch, Esq;

Town of Rye.

  • Richard Spencer, Esq;
  • Herbert Morley, Esq;

Port of new Rumney.

  • Sir Norton Knatchbull, Bar.
  • Sir Charles Berklay Jun.

Port of Heyth.

  • John Harvey Esq;
  • Phineas Andrews Esq;

Port of Dover.

  • Sir Francis Vincent, Kt. and Bar.
  • George Mountague, Esq;

Port of Sandwich.

  • Edward Mountague, Esq;
  • James Thurban Esq;

Port of Seaford.

  • Sir Will. Thomas, Kt. and Bar.
  • Sir Thomas Dykes.

WALES.

Anglesey.

  • Nicholas Bagenall, Esq;
Town of Bewmoris.
  • Sir Heneage Finch, Kt. and Bar.

Brecon.

  • Sir Henry Williams Baronet.
Town of Brecon.
  • Kingswell Lucy, Esq;
  • Sir Herbert Price, Bar.

Cardigan.

  • John Vaughan Esq;

Cardiganshir.

  • John Vaughan Esq;
Town of Cardigan.
  • Iames Phillips Esq;

Carmarthen.

  • Francis Lord Vaughan.
Town of Carmarthen.
  • Iohn Vaughan, Esq; son to the Earl of Carbery.

Carnerven.

  • Richard Wynne, Baronet.
Town of Carnerven.
  • William Griffith Esq;

Denbeigh.

  • Sir Thomas Middleton, Baronet
Town of Denbeigh.
  • Sir Iohn Salisbury Baronet,

Flint.

  • Sir Henry Conway, Baronet.
Town of Flint.
  • Roger Whitley, Esq;

[...]lamorgan.

  • William Lord Herbert of Car­diffe
Town of Cardiffe.
  • Sir Richard Lloyd.

Merioneth.

  • * Henry Wynne, Esq;

Pembrooksh.

  • Arthur Owen, Esq;
Town of Pembrook.
  • Rowland Laughern, Esq;
Town of Haverfordwest.
  • [...]

Montgomery.

  • Edward Vaughan, Esq;
Town of Montgomery.
  • Iohn Blancy, Esq;

Radnorshire.

  • Sir Richard Lloyd.
Town of Radnor.
  • Coll. Sir Edward Harley Kt. of the Bath.
  • William Goldsborough Secretary to the House of Commons.
  • Iohn Sharp Assistant.

A CATALOGUE OF Nobility. Viz. The Names and Titles of all such Dukes, Earles, Viscounts, Barons, and Baronets, as have been made since his MAJESTIES Most Happy Restauration. Together with The Times of their several CREATIONS.

DUKES.

  • THe Right Noble T homas Howard, Earl of Arundel, Surrey and Norfolk, was restored to the Dignity and Title of Duke of Norfolk, by an Act of the Parliament be­gun at Westminster the 25. of April, in the twelfth year of the Reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the Second, and in the Year of our Lord 1660, &c.
  • The Right Noble William Seymour, Marquesse of Hert­ford, [Page 37] was restored to the Dukedome of Somerset, by an Act of the Parliament begun at Westminster the 25. of April, in the twelfth year of the Reign of our most Gra­cious Sovereign Lord, King Charles the second, 1660.
  • The Right Noble George Monck, Duke of Albemarle, Earle of Torrington, Baron Monck of Potheridge, Beu­ [...]hampe and Teys. He was created to those Honours by Letters Pattents, bearing date at VVestminster, the se­venth day of July, in the twelfth year of the Reign of our most Gracious Sovereign Lord King Charles the second; granting the said honours to him and the heires males of his body for ever, with the Fee of 20 l. per annum, payable but of the Exchequer, and 40 l. per annum for the said Dukedome out of the Customes of London. He had the Honour also in the same year to be constituted Captain General of all his Majesties Land-forces, Garrisons, Forts, and Castles within any of his Majesties Kingdomes or Dominions, or any of them; Lord Deputy of Ireland, Master of the Horse, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and one of his Majesties most Honourable Pri­vy Council, &c. 1660.

EARLES.

  • The Right honourable Heneage Finch, Earle of VVin­chelsey, was created Baron Fitzherbert of Eastwell in the County of Kent, by Letters Patents, bearing date at VVest­minster the 26 of Iuly, in the twelfth year of the Reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the se­cond, in the year of the Lord 1660. which Honour is en­tailed on him and the heirs males of his body lawfully be­gotten, [Page] with all Rights, Priviledges and Preheminences thereunto belonging.
  • The Right Honourable Edward Montague, was crea­ted Baron Montague of St. Neots, Viscount Montague of Hinchinbrook and Earle of Sandwich, by Letters Patents, bearing date at VVestminster the twelfth day of Iuly, in the twelfth year of the Reign of our most Gracious Sove­raign Lord King Charles the second, which Honours are granted to him and the heires males of his body, with the Fee of 20 l. per annum, together with all Priviledges there­unto belonging: in the same year also he was made Ma­ster of the Wardrobe, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and one of his Majesties most Honourable Privy Council, &c 1660.
  • The Right Honourable Elizabeth Viscountesse of Ky­nelmeky, was created Countesse of Guilford during her life by Letters Patents, bearing date at VVestminster the four­teenth day of Iuly, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the second, with all Priviledges thereunto belonging, and Fee of 20 l. per annum out of the Exchequer, &c.
  • The Right Honourable Iames Butler Duke and Mar­quesse of Ormond, in the Kingdome of Ireland, was created Baron Butler of Lanthony in the County of Gloucester, and Earle of Brecknock in VVales, by Letters Patents, bearing date at VVestminster the 20 day of Iuly, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the second, which said Honours are granted to him, and the heirs males of his body lawfully begotten, with the Fee of 20. l. per annum, together with all privi­ledges, &c. he was in the same year also made Lord Stew­ard of his Majesties houshold, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and one of his Majesties most [Page 39] honourable Privie Councill.
  • The Right Honourable Sir Edward Hyde Knight (Lord Chancellour of England, was created Baron Hyde of Hyn­don, in the County of VVilts, by Letters Patents, bearing date at VVestminster the 3 day of November, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the second, entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body. He was also created Viscount Cornbu­ry in the County of Oxford, and Earle of Clarendon in the County of VVilts, by creation with the usual formalities the 20 day of April, and by Letters Patents also bearing date the same day, in the thirteenth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the se­cond; which said honours are granted to him and the heirs males of his body for ever, with the Fee of 20 l. per annum out of the Customes of London, together with all other priviledges unto the said honours belonging, &c. Hiis Testibus datum per manum Domini Regis apud Palla­cium suum VVestminst. the twentieth Aprilis ann. prae­dict.
  • The Right Honourable Arthur Lord Capel, was crea­ted Viscount Maldom in the County of Ess x, and Earle of the said County, by Creation at VVestminster, ut supra; and by Letters Patents also bearing date ut supra; grant­ing the same to him and the heirs males of his body for e­ver, and for want of such issue, the same honours were granted in remainder to Henry Capel Esq; his Brother, and the heirs males of his Body; and for want of such is­sue to Edward Capel Esq; another brother, and to the heires males of his body for ever, with the Fee of 20 l. per annum, &c Datum per manum Domini Regis apud Pallacium suum VVestminst. the 20 Aprilis praedict.
  • The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Brudnel Baron of [Page 40] Stoughton in the county of Northampt. was created Earle of Cardigan, by creation at VVestminst. ut supra, the 20 of April in the thirteenth year of the reign of King Charls the second, and by Letters Patents also bearing date the same day and year, granting the same to him and the heirs males of his body for ever, with the Fee of 20 l. per an­num, with all priviledges, &c. Datum per manum Domini Regis, apud Pallacium suum VVestminst. the 20 Aprilis praedict.
  • The Right Honourable Arthur Annesly Baron Mount Norreys and Viscount Valentia in Ireland, was created Ba­ron Ann sly of Newport Panel in the County of Buckin­gham, and Earle of Anglesey in VVales, by creation at VVestminst. the 20 day of April, ut supra, by Letters Pa­tents bearing date at VVestminst. ut supra; granting the same to him and the heirs males of his body for ever, with the Fee of 20 l. yearly, and all other priviledges &c. Da­tum per manum Domini Regis 20 Aprilis praedict.
  • The Right Honourable Sir Iohn Greenville Knight, Gen­tleman of his Majesties Bedchamber, and Groom of the Stool, was created Baron Greenville of Killhampton and Beddiford in the Counties of Devon and Cornwall, and Viscount Greenville of Lansdown, and Earle of Bath. by creation at VVestminst ut supra, and by Letters Patents bearing date at VVestminst. ut supra, which said Honours are granted to him, and the heirs males of his body for e­ver, with the Fee of 20 l. per annum, and all other Privi­ledges, &c. Datum per manum Domini Regis apud Palla­cium suum VVestminst. 20 Aprilis praedict.
  • The Right Honourable Charles Howard Esq; was crea­ted Baron Dacres of Gilsland, Viscount Howard of Mor­peth, in the County of Northumberland, and Earle of Car­slile, by creation at VVestminst. the 20 day of April in the [Page 41] thirteenth year of the reign of our most Gracious Sove­raign Lord King Charles the second, and by Letters Pa­tents bearing date at VVestminst ut supra; which said ho­nours granted to him and the heirs males of his body, for ever, with the Fee of 20 l. per annum, and all other privi­ledges, &c. Hiis Testibus. Datum per manum Domini Re­gis apud Pallacium suum VVestminst. 20. Aprilis prae­dict.

VISCOUNTS.

  • The Right Honourable Iohn Viscount Mordant, was created to that honour in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the se­cond.

BARONS.

  • The Right honourable Thomas VVinsore de VVindsor, alias Hickman, was restored and confirmed to the Baro­ny, Title, and Dignity, of Baron Windsor, by Letters Pa­tents, bearing date at Westminst. the 16 day of Iune, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the second, which said honour is gran­ted to him and his heirs for ever, with the same prece­dency and place in Parliament and elsewhere in England, as Henry and Thomas Winsore, Baron Windsor, whilest they lived successively enjoyed, and all other dignities and preheminencies to a Baron of Parliament belong­ing, &c. 1661.
  • The Right honourable Denzill Hollis Esq; was created Baron Hollis of Ifield in the County of Sussex, by creation at Westminst. the 20 of April, and by Letters Patents bea­ring [Page 42] date the 20 day of April, in the thirteenth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the second; which said honour is granted to him, and the heirs males of his body for ever, with all privi­ledges and preheminences thereunto belonging, 1661. Hiis Testibus. Datum per manum Domini Regis apud Pal­lacium suum Westm. 20 Aprilis praedict.
  • The right honourable Sir Frederick Cornwallis Knight and Baronet, Treasurer of his Majesties houshold, was created Baron Cornwallis of Eye in the County of Suffolk, by creation at Westmin. the 20 day of April, and by Let­ters Patents bearing the same date [...]t Westminst. in the thirteenth year of the reign of our most Gracious Sove­raign Lord King Charles the second, granting the same to him and the heirs males of his body for ever, with all pri­viledges and preheminencies thereunto belonging, &c. 1661. Datum per manum Domini Regis ut supra.
  • The right honourable Sir George Booth Baronet, was created Baron De lamer of Dunham Massey in the Coun­ty of Chester, by creation at Westmin. the 20. day of April, and by Letters Patents bearing the same date at Westmin. ut supra, which said honour is granted to him, and the heirs males of his body for ever, with all priviledges and preheminencies, &c. Datum per manum Domini Regis apud Pallacium suum Westm. 20 April. praedict.
  • The right honourable Sir Horatio Townsend Baronet, was created Baron Townsend of Lyn Regis in the County of Norfolk by creation at Westminst. the 20 day of April, and by Letters Patents bearing the same date at Westm. ut supra; granting the same to him and the heirs males of his body for ever, with all priviledges and preheminencies, &c, 1661. Datum per manum Domini Regis apud Pallacium suum Westm. 20 Aprilis praedict.
  • [Page 43]The right honourable Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper Baro­net, was created Baron Ashley of Wynborne St. Giles in the County of Wilts, by creation at Westminst. the 20. day of April, and by Letters Patents bearing the same date at Westminst. ut supra; granting the same to him and the heirs males of his body for ever, with all priviledges and preheminencies, &c. Datum per manum Domini Regis a­pud Pallacium suum Westminst. 20 Aprilis praedict.
  • The right honourable John Crewe Esq; was created Ba­ron Crew of Steane in the County of Northampton, by creation at Westminst. the 20 day of April, in the thir­teenth year of King Charles the second, and by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westminst. ut supra; granting the same to him, and the heirs males of his body for ever, with all priviledges and preheminencies, &c. Datum per manum Domini Regis apud Pallacium suum Westminst. 20 Aprilis praedict.

Ireland.

DUKES.

  • The right Noble Iames Marquesse of Ormond was crea­ted Duke of Ormond in the Kingdome of Ireland by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westminst. the 30 of March, in the thirteenth year of the reign of our most Gracious So­veraign Lord King Charles the second, entailing the same to him and the heirs males of his body, with all priviledg­es and preheminencies thereunto belonging, with the Fee of 40 l. per annum, payable in the Exchequer of Ireland, for the better support of the said honour.

EARLES.

  • The right honourable Roger Lord Broghill was created Earle of Orrery in the County of Cork, within the Pro­vince of Munster in the Kingdome of Ireland, by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westminst. the fifth day Septem­ber, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the second, entailing the same honour to him and the heirs males of his body law­fully begotten, with all rights, priviledges, &c. belonging, with the Fee of 20 l. per annum, out of the Exchequer in Ireland.
  • The right honourable Sir Charles Coot was created Ba­ron Coot of Castle Cuffe, Viscount Coot of Castle Coot, and Earle of Mountrath in the Kingdome of Ireland; the said honours, &c. to him and the heirs males of his body law­fully begotten, with all priviledges, &c. with the Fee of 20 l. per annum, payable out of the Exchequer in Ireland, by Letters Patents, bearing the date at Westminst. the sixth day of September, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the se­cond.
  • The right honourable Oliver Lord Viscount Fitz-Williams of Merwin in the Kingdome of Ireland, was cre­ated Earle of Tirconnell in the said Kingdome by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westminst. the 20 day of April, in the thirteenth year of the reign of our most Gracious So­veraign King Charles the second; granting the same to him and the heirs males of his body for ever, with all pri­viledges and preheminencies thereunto belonging, and al­so 20 l. per annum out of his Majesties Exchequer in Ire­land, for the better support thereof.

VISCOUNTS.

  • The right honourable Sir Iohn Clotworthy of Antrim, in the County of Antrim, in the Kingdome of Ireland, Kt. was created Baron of Lough Neagh, and Viscount Mas­zereen in the said County by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westminst. the 21 of November, in the twelfth year of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord, &c. with the said ho­nours, and also to him and the heirs males of his body law­fully begotten; and for want of such issue to Iohn Skif­fington Baronet, and the heirs males of his body, on the body of Mary the Daughter and heir apparent of the said Sir Iohn Clotworthy lawfully begotten, together with all rights, priviledges and preheminencies to a Baron and Vis­count but belonging.
  • The right honourable Robert Cholmondeley Esq; was created Viscount Kellis in the County of Meth in the Kingdome of Ireland, by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westminst. the 29 of March, in the thirteenth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the second, granting the same to him and the heirs males of his body, with the remainder to Hugh Cholmondeley Esq; his Brother, and the heirs males of his body, with all priviledges and preheminencies to a Viscount of Ireland belonging.

BARONS.

  • The right honourable Sir Iohn King of the Abbey of Boyle in the County of Roscommon in the Kingdome of Ire­land, Knight, was created Baron Kingston of Kingston in the County of Dublin, to hold to him and the heirs males [Page 46] of his body lawfully begotten with all priviledges, &c. by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westminst. the fourth day of Septemb. in the twelfth year of the reign of our most gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the second.
  • The right honourable Collonel Richard Coot was crea­ted Baron Coot of Colreine in the County of Shyoe in the Kingdome of Ireland, the same entailed to him and the heirs males of his body, lawfully begotten, with all privi­ledges, &c. by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westmin. the sixth of Septemb. in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the se­cond, in the year of our Lord, 1661.

THE NAMES OF THE BARONETS Made since his MAJESTIES Most Happy RESTAURATION. With the times of their several Creations.

Anno Duodecimo Caroli Regis Secundi.

  • SIR Orlando Bridgeman Knight, Chief Baron of his Majesties Court of Exchequer, and now Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, was created to the Dignity and Degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing Date at Westminst. the seventh day of Iune, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Sove­raign [Page 48] Lord King Charles the second, in the year of our Lord, 1660. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Jeffery Palmer Knight, his Majesties Attorney Ge­neral, was created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westmin. the seventh day of June, Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Heneage Finch of Raveaston, alias Rauston, in the County of Bucks Knight, his Majesties Sollicitor General, was created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at Westmin. June the seventh Ann. praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir John Langham of Cottesbrook in the County of Northampton, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westmin. the seventh day of Iune, in the twelfth year of the reign of King Charles the second, 1660, &c. ut supra.
  • Sir Rob. Abdy of Albins in the County of Essex Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by a Patent bearing date at Westmin the ninth of Iune, in the twelfth year of King Charles the second 1660.
  • Thomas Draper of Suminghill Park in the County of Berks Esq; was created to the dignity and degree of a Ba­ronet by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westm. the ninth of Iune, An. praed.
  • Humphrey Winch of Hamnes in the County of Bedford, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, by Letters Patents, bearing date the ninth of Iune, An. praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Ionathan Rease Esq; created to the dignity and degree [Page 49] of a Baronet, by Letters Patents, bearing date the ninth of Iune, An. praed. the same entailed upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Henry Wright of Dagenham in the County of Essex, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the ninth of June, Ann. prae­dict. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Hugh Speke of Haselbury in the County of Wilts, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westm. the twelfth of June, Ann. praed.
  • Nichoeas Gould of the City of London Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by a Patent bearing date at Westminster the thirteenth day of June, Anno prae­dict.
  • Sir Thomas Adams of the City of London Knight, crea­ted to the dignity and degree of a Baronet b [...] a Patent bearing date at Westm. the thirteenth day of June, Anno praed.
  • Richard Atkins of Clapham in the County of Surrey, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, b [...] a Patent bearing date at Westm. the thirteenth day of Iune, Anno praedict.
  • Thomas Allen of the City of London Esq; created to [...]he dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters patents, [...]earing date the fourteenth of Iune, Anno prae­ [...]ict.
  • Henry North of Mildnall in the County of Suffolk, Esq; [...]as created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by [...]etters patents bearing date at Westm. the fifteenth day of [...]une, Ann. praed.
  • Sir William Wiseman of Rivenhall in the County of Es­sex [Page 50] Knight, w [...]s created to the dignity and degree of a Ba­ronet by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westm. the fif­teenth of June, Anno praedict.
  • Thomas Cullum of Hasteam in the County of Suffolk, Esq; was created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at Westm. the eighteenth of June, Ann. praedict.
  • Thomas Davye of St. Cleeres Hall in St. Oseth in the County of Essex, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the twentieth of Iun. Ann. praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • George Grubham Howe of Cole-Barwick in the County of Wilts, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baro­net by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westm. the twenti­eth of June, An. praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • John Cuts of Childerley in the County of Cambridge, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, bea­ring date at Westm. the one and twentieth of June, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • William Humble of the City of London, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at Westm. the one and twentieth of June, praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Solomon Swale of Swale-Hall in the County of York, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at Westm. the one and twentieth of June, An. praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Gervase Elwes of Stoake Juxta Clares in the County of [Page 51] Suffolk, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baro­net by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westm. the two and twentieth of June, Anno praed. entailing the same up­on the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Robert Cordel of Melsord hall in the County of Suffolk Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westm. the two and twen­tieth of June, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bodie for ever.
  • Sir John Robinson of the City of London, Knight, crea­ted to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Pa­tents bearing date at Westm. the two and twentieth of June, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • John Abey of Moores in the County of Essex, Esq; crea­ted to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Pa­tents, bearing date the two and twentieth of Iune, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Henry Stapleton of Mitton in the County of York, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at Westm. the three and twentieth of Iune, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Jacob Ashley of Hill-Morton in the County of Warwick, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at Westm. the five and twen­tieth of Iune, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Robert Hillyard of Patrington in the County of York, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, by Letters Patents, bearing date at Westminst the five and twentieth of Iune, Anno praedict. entailing the same [Page 52] upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Si William Bowyer of Denham in the County of Bucks, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at Westm. the five and twen­tieth of Iune Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • John Shuckourgh in the County of Warwick, Esq; crea­ted to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Pa­tents bearing date at Westm. the six and twentieth of Iune, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • William Wray of Ashly in the County of Lincoln, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at Westm the seven and twentieth of Iune, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Francis Hollis of Winterborne in the County of Dorset, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by L [...]tters Patents bearing date the seven and twentieth day of Iune, Anno praed entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Nicholas Steward of Hartl [...]y Mandit in the Countie of Southampton, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at Westm. the se­ven and twentieth of Iune, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • George Warberton of Harley in the County Palatine of Chester, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baro­net by Letters Patents bearing date the seven and twen­tieth of Iune, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Oliver St. John of Woodford in the County of Northam­pton, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet [Page 53] by Letters Patents bearing date the 28th of June, Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Ralph Delaval of Seaton in the County of Nor­thumberland, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, by Letters Patents bearing date at West­minster the 29th. of June, Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Andrew Henley of Henley in the County of Somerset Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, by Letters Pattents bearing date the 30th of June, Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bo­die for ever.
  • Tho. Ellys of Wyham in the County of Lincoln, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 30th. of June, Anno praedict. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir J [...]hn Cov [...]rt of Slungham in the County of Sussex, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, by Letters Patents, bearing date the 2d. of July, Anno predict. entasling the same upon the heires males of his body for ever.
  • Maurice Berkly of Brewton in the County of Somerset, Esquire; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 2d. of July Anno prae­dict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Peter Harr of the City of London, created to the dig­nity and degree of a Baronet, by Letters Patents bearing date the 2d. of July, Ann. predict. entailing thc same up­on the heires males of his body for ever.
  • Henry Hudson of Melton-Mowbray in the County of Leicester Esquire; created to the dignity and degree of a [Page 54] Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 3d. of July, Anno predict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Thomas Herbert of Trintern in the County of Mon­mouth Esquire, created to the dignitie and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 3d. of July, Anno pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Thomas Middleton of Chirke in the County of Den­bigh, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 4th. of July, Anno pre­dict. entailing the same upon the heires males of his body for ever.
  • Verney Noel of Kerkby in the County of Leicester, E­squire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Pattents, bearing date the 6th. of July, Anno pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • George Ruswel of Clipston in the County of Northampt. Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 7th. of July, Anno pred. entailing the same upon the heires males of his body for ever.
  • Robert Austen of Bexley in the County of Kent, E­squire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Pattents, bearing date the 10th. of July, Ann. Pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Robert Hales of Beaksborne in the County of Kent, E­squire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, by Letters Pattents, bearing date the 12th. of July, Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heires males of his bo­die for ever.
  • [Page 55]John Clarke of North-weston in the County of Oxford, Esquire, created to the dignitie and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 13th. of July, Anno pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • William Thomas of Fowington, in the County of Essex, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, by Letters Patents, bearing date the 13th. of July, Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir William Boothby of Broad-ashe in the County of Derby, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 13th. of July, Anno pred. entailing the same upon the heires males of his body for ever.
  • Wolstan Dixey of Market-Bosworth in the County of Leicester, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet bearing date the 14th. of July, Ann. pred. en­tailing the same upon the heires males of his body for ever.
  • John Bright of Badsworth in the County of York E­squire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 16th. of Iuly, Anno pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bod for ever.
  • John Warner of Parham of Badsworth in the County of York Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Ba­ronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 16th. of Iuly, Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heires males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Iohn Harbey of Aldenham in the County of Hertford Knight, created Baronet by Letters Pattents, bearing date Iuly 17. Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heires males of his body for ever.
  • [Page 42]Sir Samuel Morland, alias Morley de Sulthamstead Bau­nester in the County of Berks Knight, created to the dig­nity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 18. of Iuly, Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Thomas Hewet of [...]ishoberry in the County of Hert­ford Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baro­net by Letters Patents, bearing date the 19th. of Iuly, Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Edward Honywood of Evington in the County of Kent Esq; created to the dignitie and degree of a Baronet, by Letters Patents, bearing date the 19th. of Iuly Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ev r.
  • Bazil Dixwell of Broomhouse in the County of Kent E­squire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 19th. of Iuly, Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heires males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Richard Brown of the City of London Knight, created Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 21. of Iuly Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Marmaduke Gresham of Symp [...]field in the County of Surrey Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 21. of Iuly, Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Henry Kernor of Hodnet in the County of Salop, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 23. of July, Anno predict. en­tayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • [Page 57]Sir John Aubrey of Lantrethed in the County of Gla­morgan, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 23 of July, Anno praedict. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Tho. Sclater of Cambridge in the County of Cambridge Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 25. of July, Anno praedict. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Henry Conway of Bot [...]ytham in the County of Flint Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 25. of Iuly, Anno praedict. en­tayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Edward Green of Soupford in the County of Essex Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Let­ters Pattents, bearing date the 26th. of Iuly Ann. praed. entailing the same upon the heires males of his body for ever.
  • Iohn Stapeley de P [...]tcham in the County of Sussex Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, by Let­ters Pattents bearing date the 28th. of Iuly 1660. Ann. praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Metcalfe Robinson of Newly in the County of York, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 30. of July 1660. Anno predict. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • VVill. Dudley of Clapton in the County of Northampton Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the first of Aug. 1660. Anno [Page 58] predict. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Hugh Smithson of Stannick alias Stanwick in the Coun­ty of Yorke, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 2. of Aug. 1660. Anno praedict. entaylinge same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Roger Mostyn of Mostyn in the County of Flint Kt. created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 3. of Aug. 1660 Anno predict. en­tayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir VVill. VVilloughby of VVilloughby in the County of Nottingham Kt. created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 4. of Aug. 1660. Anno predict. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Anthony Oldfield of Spalding in the County of Lincolne Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 6. of Aug. 1660. Anno praedict. entaying the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever
  • Peter Leicester of Tablye, in the County Palatine of Ghester, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Ba­ronet by Letters Pattents bearing date the 10. of Aug. 1660. Anno praedict. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir William VVheeler of the City of Westminster Knight created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at VVestminster the 11. of Aug. in the 1 [...]th year of the Reign of King Charles the II. entay­ling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever. And for default of such Issue males, to descend to Charles [Page 59] Wheeler Cousin of the said Sir William, and the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Tho. Lee of Hartwell in the County of Bucks, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Let­ters Patents bearing date the 16. of Aug. 1660. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • John Newton of Barscourt in the County of Gloucester, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet for his life, and after his decease to John Newton of Hader in the County of Lincoln Esquire, to the heirs males of his body by Letters Patents bearing date the 16. of August, 1660.
  • Tho. Smith of Hatherton in the County of Chester Esq; was created Baronet bearing date at Westminster ut supra; and to the heirs males of his body for ever, and for want of such issue, to Laurence Smith Esq; his brother and the heirs males of his body; and for default of such issue, to Francis Smith Esq; their Brother and the heirs males of his body lawfully begotten, &c.
  • Sir Ralph Asheton of Middleton in the County of Lancaster, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 17. of Aug. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Iohn Rous of Henham in the County of Suffolk Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Let­ters Patents, bearing date the 17th of August, anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs Males of his body for ever.
  • Henry Messingbeard of Bratosthall in the County of Lin­coln, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 22. of Aug. anno prae­dict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • [Page 60]Iohn Hales of Coventry in the County of Warwick Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 28th. of August, Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Ralph Bovey of Hillfield in the County of Warwick E­squire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 30th. of Aug Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heires males of his body for ever.
  • Iohn Knightley of Off-Church in the County of War­wick Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Ba­ronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 30th. of August, Anno pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Iohn Drake of Ash in the County of Devon Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Pattents, bearing date the 31. of August, Ann. pred. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Oliver St. Geo. of Carrickdromrick in the County of Leaterem in the Kingdom of Ireland, Kt. created to the di­gnity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 5th. of Sept. Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir John Bowyer of King [...]erisley in the County of Staf­ford, Knight, created to the dignitie and degree of a Ba­ronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 11th. of Sept. Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir William VVilde Knight, Recorder of the City of London, created to the dignitie and degree of a Baronet [Page 61] by Letters Patents, bearing date the 13th. of Sept. Anno pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Joseph Ashe of Tittenham in the County of Middlesex Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing dare the 19th of Sept. Ann. pred. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • John Howe of Compton in the County of Gloucester, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 22d, of Sept. Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bo­dy for ever.
  • John Swinburn of Chupleton in the County of Nor­thumberland, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 26th of Sept. An. praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • John Trot of Laverstock in the County of Southampton, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 11th of October Ann. praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bo­dy for ever.
  • Humphrey Miller of Oxen-heath in the county of Kent, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 13th of October, Anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir John Lewis of Leeston in the county of York Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 15th of October, 1660. Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bo­dy for ever.
  • [Page 62]John Beale of Maidstone in the county of Kent, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 16th of Octob. Anno praedict en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Richard Francklin of Moor-Park in the county of Hertford Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 26th of Octob. Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • William Russel of Laughorn in the county of Carmar­then, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Ba­ronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 8th of Novem. Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Will. Barkhouse Esq; Grandchild of Rowland Barkhouse, late Alderman of London, created to the dignity and de­gree of a Baronet by Letters patents bearing date the 8th of November anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Thomas Boothby of Fridayhill in the parish of Chink­ford in the county of Essox, Esquire, created to the di­gnity and degree of a Baronet by Letters patents bearing date the 9th of Novemb. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir John Cutler of the City of London, Knight, crea­ted to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Pa­tents bearing date the 11th of November, anno praedict. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Giles Mottel of Liege Esquire, created to the dignity [...]nd degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date [...]ov. 16. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs [...]les of his body for ever.
  • [Page 63]Henry Gifford of Burstall in the county of Leicester Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Let­ters Patents bearing date the 21. of Novemb. anno prae­dict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Thom. Foot of the City of London Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 21. of November, anno praedict. entai­ling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Tho. Manwaring of Over-Perver in the county-Pala­tine of Chester Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 21. of No­vemb. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Tho. Bennet of Baberham in the county of Cambridge Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 22d. of November, Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bo­dy for ever.
  • John VVroth of Blenden hall in the County of Kent Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date the 29th of November, anno praedict entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • George VVinn of Nosthall in the County of York Es­quire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date December 3. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Humphrey Mononx of VVootton in the County of Bed­ford Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters patents bearing date December 4. Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • [Page 64]William Gardiner of the City of London, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by a Patent bear­ing date at VVestminst. Decemb. 4. Anno praedict. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Heneage Fetherston of Blakewar in the County of Hert­ford, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date Decemb. 5. Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for e­ver.
  • Iohn Peyton of Deddington in the Isle of Ely in the County of Cambridge, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date Dec. 10. Anno praedict. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Iohn Fagge of VViston in the County of Sussex, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the Decemb. 11. Anno praedict. entay­ling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Edmund Anderson of Broughton in the County of Lin­coln, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date Decemb. 12. Anno praedict. entayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Matthew Herbert of Bromfield in the County of Salop, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date Decemb. 18. Anno praedict. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Edward Ward of Bixley in the County of Norfolke, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Pattents bearing date Decemb. 18. Anno praedict. en­tayling the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • George Marwood of little Busby in the County of Yorke, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by a [Page 65] patent bearing date December 21. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Ralph Ashton of Middleton in the County of Northampton Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters patents bearing date Decemb. 19. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Will. Killigrew of Arwininck in the county of Corn­wal Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Ba­ronet entailed upon the heirs males of his body for ever, and for default of such Issue, to Peter Killigrew of Arwininck aforesaid, son of Sir Peter Killigrew Knight, and the heirs males of his body for ever, by Letters pa­tents bearing date at Westminster, Decemb. 22. anno prae­dict.
  • John Keyt of Ekrimpton in the county of Gloucester Es­quire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters patents, bearing date Decemb. 22. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Iohn Buck of Hanby-Graunge in the county of Lincoln Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baro­net by Letters patents bearing date Decemb. 22. anno prae­dict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever,
  • William Franckland of Thirkleby in the county of York Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters patents bearing date Decemb. 24. anno praedict. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Richard Stydalph of Norbury in the county of Surry Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date December 24. anno praedict. entailing [Page 66] the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • William Juxon of Alb [...]mue in the County of Sussex, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet, by Letters Patents, bearing date Decemb. 28. Anno praedict. entailing the same to the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • John Leggard of Ganton in the County of York Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Let­ters Patents bearing date Decemb 29. Anno praedict. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • John Jackson of Hickle [...]on in the County of York Es­quire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date Decemb. 31. anno praedict. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Henry Pickering of W [...]addon in the County of Cambridge, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by a Patent bearing date Jan. 2d. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Henry Bedingfield of Oxborough in the County of Nor­folk Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents, bearing date Ian. 2. anno praedict. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Walter Plomer of the Inner Temple London Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date Ian. 4. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Herbert Springe [...] of the Broyle in the County of Sus­sex, Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by a Patent bearing date Ian. 23. anno praedict. entailing [Page 67] the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Will. Powel, alias Hinson of Pengetbley in the county of Hereford Esq; created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by a Patent bearing date Ian. 23. anno praedict. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Robert Newton of the City of London Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by a Patent bear­ing date Ian. 23. anno praed. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Nich. Staughton of Staughton in the County of Surrey Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by a Patent bearing date Ian. 29. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Will. Rokeby of Scyars in the County of York, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date Ian. 29. anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.

Baronets made in the 13th year of the Reign of our most gracious Soveraign Lord King CHARLES the Second.

  • VVAlter Earnly of New Sarum in the County of Wilts, Esquire, created Baronet the 2d. of Febr. 13, Carol. 2. 1660. entailed upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • John Husbands of Ipsley in the County of Warwick, Esquire, created Baronet Febr. 2. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Thomas Morgan of Wangatock in the County of Mon­mouth, Esquire, created Baronet Feb. 7. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • [Page 68]John Lane of Talske in the County of Roscommon in the Kingdome of Ireland, created Baronet the 9th of Febr. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • George Wakfron of Beckford in the County of Gloucester, Esquire, created Baronet Febr. 13th. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Benjamin Wright of Cranham-Hall in the County of Essex Esquire, created Baronet Febr. 15. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Iohn Colleton of the City of London, Esquire, created Baronet the 18th of Febr. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Sir James Modiford of the City of London Knight, crea­ted Baronet the 18th of Febr. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Thomas Beaumont of Staughton Grange in the County of Leicester, created Baronet Febr. 21. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Edw. Smith of Eshe in the County of Durham, Es­quire, created Baronet the 23d. of Febr. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • John Napeir, alias Naper, alias Sands Esquire, was created to the d [...]gnity and degree of a Baronet, the said dignity entailed on the heirs males of his body: and for default of such Issue to Alex. Napeir, alias Sands, and the heirs males of his body: and for default of such Issue, to the heirs males of the body of Sir Robert Napeir, alias Naper, alias Sands, Knight and Baronet deceased, Grand­father [...] the sa [...]d John and Alexander lawfully begotten successively with precedency before all Baronets made since the 24th of September, 10 Iacobi, when the said Sir Robert, Napeir, alias Naper, alias Sands, was created a Baronet, which Letters patents were lately surrendred by Sir Robert Napeir lately deceased, [...]ather of the said Iohn [Page 99] and Alexander, to the intent the said Degree should be re­stored to himself and the said Iohn and Alexander, by Letters patents bearing date at VVestminst [...] the 4th of March, in the 13th year of the Reign of King Charles the Second.
  • Thomas Gifford of Castle-Jordan; in the County of Meath in the Province of Lemster in the Kingdome of Ireland Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Ba­ronet by Letters patents bearing date the 4th of March, anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Tho. Clifton of Clifton in the County of Lancaster, Es­quire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters patents bearing date the 4th of March, anno prae­dict. entailing the same upon the, heirs males of his body for ever.
  • VVilliam VVilson of Eastborne in the County of Sussex, Esquire, created Baronet the 4th of March, anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Compton Reed of Barton in the County of Berks Es­quire, created Baronet March the 4th. anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Sir Brian Broughton of Broughton in the County of Stafford, Knight, created Baronet March 10. anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Robert Slingeseby of Newsells in the county of Hert­ford, Esquire, created Baronet March 16. anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Sir Ralph Verney of Milde-Claydon in the County of Bucks Knight, created Baronet, Mar. 16. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra,
  • John Crofts of Stowe in the County of Suffolk. Esq; created Baronet the 16th of March, Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • [Page 70]Robert Dicer of Ʋphall in the County of Hereford Es­q ire, created Baronet March 18. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Sir John Bromefield of Suffolk-place in Southwark in the County of Surrey, Kt. created Baronet the 20th of Mar. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Thomas Rich of Sunning in the County of Berks Esq; created Baronet the 20th of March. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Edw. Smith of Edmondthorpe in the County of Leicester, Esquire, created Baronet March 26. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra
  • VValter Long of VVhaddon in the countie of Wilts, Esquire, created Baronet Mar. 26. Anno praed. &c. ut supra.
  • John Fettiplace of Chilbrey in the countie of Berk Es­quire, created Baronet Apr. 8. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Walter Hendly of Coutchfield, in the County of Sussex, Esquire, created Baronet Apr. 8. Anno praed. &c. ut supra.
  • Will. Parsons of Langley in the County of Bucks, Es­quire, created Baronet Apr. 9 Anno praed. &c. ut supra.
  • John Cambel of Woodford in the County of Essex, Es­quire created Baronet Apr. 9. Anno praedict. &c. ut supra.
  • Sir Charles Gawdy of [...]owshell in the County of Suffolk, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 20th of April Anno prae­dict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • William Morice of Werrington in the County of Devon, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters patents bearing date the 20th of April Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bo­dy for ever.
  • [Page 71]Sir William Cayly of Brampton in the County of York, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 20th of Apr. Anno prae­dict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Sir Charles Doyly of the City of London, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 26th of Apr. Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • VVilliam Godolphin of Godolphin in the county of Corn­wal Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baro­net, by Letters Patents bearing date the 29th of April, Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever,
  • Thomas Cursen of Walter Perry in the county of Ox­ford, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baro­net by Letters Patents bearing date the 30th of April ann. praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bo­dy for ever.
  • Edmund Fowell of Fowells-Combe in the county of De­von, Knight, created to the dignity and degree of a Ba­ronet by Letters Patents bearing date the first of May, an­no praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • John Cropley of Clarkenwell in the county of Middlesex, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 7th of May anno prae­dict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Will. Smith of Radcliffe in the county of Bucks, Es­quire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 10th of May anno prae­dict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • [Page 72]George Cook of Wheatley in the County of York, E q created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date at Westm. May 10th. anno praedict. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever; and in default of such Issue to Hen. Cook Brother of the said George Cook, and the heirs males of his body for ever.
  • Charles Lloid of Garth in the County of Mountgomery, Esquire, created to the dignity and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 10th of May an prae­dict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bo­dy for ever.
  • Nathan Powel of Enhurst in the County of Sussex, Esq; created to the dignitie and degree of a Baronet by Let­ters Patents bearing date the 14th of May an. praedict. en­tailing the same upon the heirs males of his bodie for ever:
  • Denny Ashburnham of Broonham in the Countie of Sus­sex, Esq; created to the dignitie and degree of a Baronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 15th of May anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his bodie for ever.
  • Sir Hugh Smi h of Long Asheton in the Countie of So­merset Knight, created to the dignitie and de [...]ree of a Ba­ronet by Letters Patents bearing date the 16th of May, Anno praedict. entailing the same upon the heirs males of his body for ever.

A Perfect LIST OF THE Knights OF THE Bath.

  • Sir — Fiennes Lord Clinton.
  • Sir — Egerten Lord Brack­ley.
  • Sir Philip Herbert.
  • Sir William Egerton.
  • Sir Vere Fane.
  • Sir Charles Berkley.
  • Sir Henry Bellasis.
  • Sir Henry Hyde, Vicount Cornberry.
  • Sir Rowland Bellasis.
  • Sir Henry Capel.
  • Sir Iohn Vaughan.
  • Sir Charles Stanley.
  • Sir Francis Fane.
  • Sir Henry Fane.
  • Sir William Portman.
  • Sir Richard Temple.
  • Sir William Ducy.
  • Sir Thomas Trevor.
  • Sir Iohn Soudamore.
  • Sir William Gardner.
  • Sir Charles Cornwallis.
  • Sir Iohn Nicholas.
  • Sir Iohn Monson.
  • Sir Bourchier Wray
  • Sir Iohn Coventry.
  • Sir Edward Hungerford.
  • Sir Iohn Kn [...]vet.
  • Sir Philip Boteler.
  • Sir Adrian Scroop.
  • Sir Richard Knightley.
  • Sir Henry Heron.
  • Sir Iohn Lewknor.
  • Sir George Brown.
  • Sir William Tyrringham.
  • Sir Franc [...] Godolphin.
  • [Page 74]Sir Edward Baynton.
  • Sir Grevil Verney.
  • Sir Edward Harley.
  • Sir Edward Walpoole.
  • Sir Francis Popham.
  • Sir Edward Wise.
  • Sir Christopher Calthorp.
  • Sir Richard Edgcombe.
  • Sir William Bromley.
  • Sir Thomas Bridges.
  • Sir Thomas Fanshaw.
  • Sir Iohn Denham.
  • Sir Nicholas Bacon.
  • Sir James Altham.
  • Sir Thomas VVendy.
  • Sir John Bramston.
  • Sir George Freeman.
  • Sir Nicholas Slanning.
  • Sir John Rolle.
  • Sir Richard Ingoldsby.
  • Sir Edward Heath.
  • Sir VVilliam Morley.
  • Sir John Bennet.
  • Sir Hugh Smith.
  • Sir Simon Leech.
  • Sir Henry Chester.
  • Sir Robert Atkins.
  • Sir Robert Gaire.
  • Sir Richard Powle.
  • Sir Hugh Ducy.
  • Sir Stephen Hales.
  • Sir Ralph Bashe.
  • Sir Tho. VVhitmore.

Preparations for each KNIGHT of the BATH at their Install­ment. 1661.

  • INprimis, A Pallet with a Matteresse or Feather­bed, as also Bolster, Pillow, Blankets, Sheets, Co­verlets, and Covering of red Rug or Say, with a Denis Tester to the same of red Say without Cur­tains.
  • The Bathing-Tub and stool vvith three legs are to be provided at the charge of the Kings Barber.
    Item, his Bath to be prepared with a crosse Hoop over it, and a three-legg'd stool in the one end thereof, and co­vered with fourteen yards of red Say, and a Carpet with 18 or 20 ells of Linnen cloth, to line the same both without and within.

His First HABIT.

  • Item, Cloth of Friers Russet to make a long Gown with wide Sleeves and Hood thereto, in forme of an Hermits wed, tied close about the middle with a Cardon of Ash-coloured and Rus­set Silk (made round of Finger-work, and knit full of knots before, reaching down almost to the knees,) and a white Napkin or Handkerchief hanging thereat.
  • [Page 76]Item, A paire of Stockins of black Kerscy, cal­led Chause Semello, sealed with black leather, sowed to them; they using with them no other Shooes, but sometimes wearing a paire of black slippers, to keep them from taking cold.

His Second HABIT.

  • Item, A Mantle and Surcoat of red Taffatie, lin'd and edg'd with white Taffatie or Sarcenet, and thereto fastened two long strings of white Silk, with Buttons and Tassels of red Silk and Gold; and a paire of white Gloves tied to them; Also a Coif of white Lawn for his head, with a white Hat, and a white Feather.
  • Item, a Sword, the Pornel whereof, and the Crosse Hilt to be gilt, the Scabberd of white, Lea­ther, Girdle and Belt of the same, with Buckes of Iron, or other Mettal:
  • Item, white Boots, and a pair of Gilt Spurs, with white Leathers.
  • Item, Foure horses sadled, (viz, For himself, his two Esquires, and one Page, That for himself, ha­ving a black Leather Saddle, bordered with white Leather, the Arson white, no Crooper, but a Pe­ctoral, having a cross Patee gilt thereon, and on the Forehead another, also black Stirrup-Leathers with gilt Stirrups.
  • Item, a black Bridle of Leather, having a broad Rayne, and a small long Rayne.

Note, that the Horse for the Page, and Horse for [Page 77] the two Esquires, are to be furnisht as the Knight himself pleaseth.

His Third HABIT.

  • Item, to have a [...]ong Gown of purple Satten, the Sleeves turned up at the hands half a yard deep with white Taffatie, (after the manner of a Doctor, or Batchelor of Laws Gown) edged with white Taf­fati [...], and sometimes lin'd throughout with a Hood to the same, purfled with like Taffatie; about half an Inch deep, on his left Shoulder a small Lace of white Silk.
  • These three Escutche­ons to be provided at the charge of the Heralds.
    Item, three Escutcheons of his Armes with Crest, and if he be a Nobleman, to be with Supporters.
  • Item, A Table and his Messe of Mea [...].

Also every Knight is to provide an Angel in Gold for his offering in the Chappel.

The Proportions of Cloth and Silk for the Robes before specified.

  • The Cordo [...], the pair of vvhite gloves, the Coif of vvhite [...]avvn, the Lace of vvhite Silk, these to be provided at the cha [...]ge of the Se [...]geant of the Chandry.
    Inprimis, three yards and an half of gray Cloth for his Gown and Cap.
  • Item, Thirteen ells of Crimson Taffatie for the Robe and Surcoat.
  • Item, Sixteen yards of purple Satten for the Robe and Hood.
  • [Page 78]Item, Three ells of white Taffatie, to edge and face the Silk Robe.
  • Item, Cardels or strings with great Tassels of Crimson Silk and Gold for the Crimson Robe, and a small one of Purple and Gold for the purple Robe.

Note, that the Esquires and Page are to be richly habited, and that every Knight to have two Footmen.

A CATALOGUE OF THE PRELATES and CLERGY Of the Province of CANTERBƲRY. In the lower House of CONVOCATION Now sitting at WESTMINSTER.

  • Doctor HENRY FEARNE Prolocutor.

Dioc. Cant.

  • THomas Turner Doctor of Divinity, Dean.
  • Peter Gunning Doctor of Divinity, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • George Hall Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon.
    • Pet. Hardress, D. of Divinity
    • John Gough Dr. of Divinity
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc Lond.

  • Matthew Nicholas Doctor of Laws, Dean.
  • Christopher Shute Doctor of Divinity, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • Thomas Pask Doct. of Divinity, Arch-deacon of London.
  • Edward Layfield Doct. of Divinity, Archdeacon of Essex.
  • Robert Porey Doct. of Divinity, Archdeacon of Middlesex.
  • John Hansley Master of Arts, Archdeacon of Colchester.
  • Mark Franck Doct. of Divinity, Archdeacon of St. Albans.
    • William Heywood, Doct. of Divinity
    • Robert Thorndike Master of Arts
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Col. Westminster.

  • John Earles Doctor of Divinity, Dean.
  • John Sudbury Doct. of Divinity, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • The same Doctor Sudbury Archdeacon.

Dioc. Winton.

  • Alexander Hyde, Doctor of Divinity, Dean.
  • Nicholas Preston Doctor of Divinity, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • [...] Gorge Doctor of Divinity, Archdeacon of Winton.
  • John Peirson Doctor of Divinity, Archdeacon of Surrey.
    • William Booth Master of Arts
    • Joseph Gulst [...]n Doctor of Divinity
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Elien.

  • Henry Ferne Doctor of Divinity, Dean.
  • [Page 81]Richard Ball Doctor of Divinity, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • Bernard Hale, Doctor of Divinity Archdeacon.
    • Edward Martin Doctor of Divinity
    • William Rawley Doctor of Divinity
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Bathon & Wellen.

  • Robert Creighton Doctor of Divinity, Dean.
  • Richard Busby Doct. of Divinity, Proctor of the Chapter.
  • Grindal Sheafe Doctor of Divinity, Archdeacon of Wells.
  • William Davies Clerk, Archdeacon of Bath.
  • VVilliam Pierce Master of Arts, Archdeacon of Taunton.
    • VValter Foster Batchelor in Divinity
    • VVilliam Fane Master of Arts
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Bangor.

  • The Bishop of Ossory in Ireland, Dean Commendatorie.
  • Michael Evans B. of Divinity, Proctor for the Chap­ter.
  • William Moslyn Batchelor of Divinity, Archdeacon of Bangor.
  • The Bishop of Bangor, Archdeacon of Anglisea, Com­mendatorie.
  • Robert Morgan Batchelor of Divinity, Archdeacon of Merioneth.
    • John Gething
    • Edward VVinne
    Masters of Arts, Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Oxon

  • Iohn Fell Doct. of Divinity, Dean.
  • [Page 82]Iohn Dolben Doct. of Divinity, Proctor for the Chapter,
  • Ba [...]tem Holiday Doct. of Divinity, Archdeacon.
    • Ralph Bredcoak
    • Tho. Lamplugh
    Doct. of Divinity, Proctors for the Clergy.

Dioc. Roffen.

  • Nathaniel Hardy Doct. of Divinity, Dean.
  • Ralph Cock, Doct. of Divinity, Proct. for the Chapter.
  • Iohn Lee Doct. of Divinity, Archdeacon.
    • Thomas Pierce Doct. of Divinity
    • Rich. Chase Batchelor of Divinity
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Cicestren.

  • Ioseph Henshaw Doct. of Divinity, Dean.
  • VValter Iones Doct. of Divinity, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • Iasper Mayne Doct. of Divinity, Archdeacon of Chiche­ster.
  • Philip King Doct. of Divinity, Archdeacon of Lewes.
    • Iames Wilcox
    • Oliver Whitby
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Wigorn.

  • Iohn Oliver Doct. of Divinity, Dean.
  • William Dowdeswel Doct. of Laws, Proctor for the Chap­ter.
  • William Hodges Batchelor of Divinity, Archdeacon.
    • Ioseph Crouther Doct. of Divinity
    • Henry Sutton Master of Arts
    Proctors of the Cler­gy.

Dioc. Sarum.

  • Richard Barley Doct. of Divinity, Dean.
  • John Priaulx Doctor of Divinity, Proctor for the Chap­ter.
  • John Rives Batchelor of Law, Archdeacon of Berk.
  • Anthony Hawles Doct. of Divinity, Archdeacon of Sarum.
  • William Creed Doct. of Divinity, Archdeacon of Wilts.
    • Samuel Leech Doct. of Laws.
    • Richard Cleyton, Batch. of Divinity.
    Proctors of the [...]gy.

Dioc. Lincoln.

  • Michael Honywood Doctor of Divinity, Dean.
  • Iohn Pullen B. of Divinity, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • Raphael Throckmorton D. of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Lincoln.
  • Giles Thorn B. of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Bucks.
  • Peter Mews Doctor of Laws, Arch-deacon of Hunting­don.
  • Stephen Luddington Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Stow.
  • Iohn Hacket Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Bedford.
  • Henry Ferne Doctor of Divinity, Archdeacon of Leicester.
    • Giles Alleyn Doctor of Divinity
    • Basil Beridge Clerk.
    Proctors of the cler­gy.

Dioc. Assaph.

  • David Lloyd Doctor of Laws, Dean.
  • William Fowke Mr. of Arts, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • [Page 84]The Bishop of Asaph — Arch-deacon Commendatorie.
    • Robert Powel Mr. of Arts
    • Humphrey Lloyd Clerk.
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Meneven.

  • William Thomas Doctor of Divinity, Precentor.
  • William Owen Doctor of Divinity, Proctor for the Chap­ter.
  • William Nichelson Arch-deacon, commendatory of Bre­con.
  • William Jones Mr. of Arts, Arch-deacon of Carnarthen.
  • The Bishop of Landaff, Arch-deacon commendatory of St. Davids.
  • Edward Vaughan Mr. of Arts, Arch-deacon of Cardigan.
    • Griffin Aatley Mr. of Arts
    • Timothy Halton Mr. of Arts
    Proctors of the Cler­gy.

Dioc. Landaven.

  • The Bishop of Landaff Commendatory of the Arch-dea­con and Chapter.
  • Francis Davi [...] D. D. Archdeacon of Landaff.
  • Iohn Cleg Mr. of Arts, Proctor for the Chapter.
    • William Braband Doctor of Divinity
    • George St [...]dling Mr. of Arts
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Exon.

  • Iohn Peterson Doctor of Divinity, Dean.
  • Seth Ward Doctor of Divinity, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • Edward Young Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Ex­on.
  • [Page 85]Edward Cotton Doctor of Divinity, Archdeacon of Corn­wall.
  • Francis Fullwood Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon of T [...]tnes.
  • Iames Smith Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Barn­staple.
    • Richard Mervin Doctor of Divinity
    • Ioseph Maynard B. of Divinity.
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Petriburg.

  • Edward Rainbow Doctor of Divinity, Dean.
  • Iohn Howorth Doctor of Divinity, Proctor for the Chap­ter.
  • Iohn Quarles Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon of North­ampton.
    • Peter Gunning
    • Tho. Peirce
    Doctors of Divinity, Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Norwic.

  • Iohn Crofts Doctor of Divinity, Dean.
  • Ioseph Loveland Clerk, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • William Ieery Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Nor­wich.
  • Edward Reynolds Mr. of Arts, Arch-deacon of Norfolk.
  • Anthony Sparrow Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Sudbury.
  • Laurence Womock Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Suffolk
    • William Herbert Doctor of Divinity
    • [...]
    Proctor of the Clergy

Dioc. Bristol.

  • Henry Glemham Dr. of Divinity, Dean.
  • Richard Towgood B. of Divinity, Proctor for the Chap­ter.
  • [...] Meredith Clerk, Arch-deacon of Dorset.
    • Ralph Ironside Mr. of Arts
    • William South Mr. of Arts
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Hereford.

  • Herbert Crofts Dr. of Divinity, Dean.
  • William Brabourn Doctor of Divinity, Proctor for the Chapter.
  • George Benson Doctor of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Here­ford.
  • Thomas Cock B. of Divinity, Arch-deacon of Salop.
    • William Watts Mr. of Arts
    • Iohn Taylor B. of Divinity
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Glouc.

  • William Brough Dr. of Divinity, Dean.
  • Walter Blandford Dr. of Divinity, Proctor for the Chap­ter.
  • Iohn Middleton Mr. of Arts, Arch-deacon.
    • Richard Harwood Doctor of Divinity
    • Iames Hitchman B. of Law.
    Proctors of the Clergy.

Dioc. Coven & Lich.

  • Will. Paul Doctor of Divinity, Dean.
  • Iames Fleetwood Dr. of Divinity, Proctor for the Chap­ter.
  • Iohn Ryland Mr. of Arts, Arch-deacon of Coventry.
  • William Higgins Mr. of Arts, Arch-deacon of Derby.
  • Francis Cole Mr. of Arts, Arch-deacon of Stafford.
  • Robert Powel Mr. of Arts, Arch-deacon of Shrewsbury.
    • Nicholas Barnard
    • Samuel Gardenor
    Doctors of Divinity, Proctors of the Clergy.
  • FRAN. MVNDY, Batch. of Lawes Actuarie.
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