The Names of the Gentlemen elected by the Petitioners for the County of SURREY, to treat with the Earl of Northumberland, their Lord Lieutenant, and the Members of the House of Commons, which serve for the same County, at St. James the 25. day of May, 1648. are these.

  • SIr Dudley Carlton for the County.
  • Sir Charles Howard for the County.
  • Sir Edmond Bowyer for the County.
  • Sir Francis Vincent for the County.
  • Mr. Weston of Ockham for the County.
  • Captain Smith for the County.
  • Mr. Bromfeild for the Borough of Southwark.
  • Mr. Snelling for the Borough of Southwark.

Who presented on behalf of the whole Countie these their Desires following.

  • 1. That in all civill manner they desire to know, whether his Lordship, and those GenĀ­tlemen with him, be Authorized from both Houses of Parliament to treat with this County, or no: and likewise do desire to see the Order of the Houses, if any such be.
  • 2. That they shall earnestly recommend unto the Gentlemen, which shall be with his Lordship, to procure an Answer from the House of Commons to their late Petition, which they delivered on Tuesday the 16th. of May last.
  • 3. That a speedie course may be directed for Justice in a legall way against those that committed the bloodie Murthers, and other Outrages upon the Petitioners the said day.
  • 4. That the County may be provided for in point of future safetie against Souldiers, and that none of them be permitted to come into their County; and that they may have leave to put themselves into a Posture of Defence, under such Commanders as the Petitioners shall choose.
  • 5. If any future Meetings shall be desired by his Lordship, and the Gentlemen with him, that the same may be at some indifferent place within their said County of Surrey.

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