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294 LIST OP THE LONG PARLIAMENT.

Temple, Sir Peter, Baronet (King's

judge) Buckingham.

♦Temple, Thomas, Esq Huntingdon.

♦Ternck, Samuel, Esq. . . . . . Newcastle-under-Line.

Theloall, Simon, jun. Esq Denbigh.

♦Thistlethwaite, Alexander, Esq. . Downton, Wilts.

Thomas, Edward, Esq Okehampton, Devonshire.

♦Thomas, Isaiah, Esq Bishop's Castle.

♦Thomas, John, Esq Helston.

Thomas, William, Esq. (disab. '44) . Carnarvon^.

♦Thompson, George, Esq. . . . .. Southwark.

♦Thornhaugh, Francis, Esq. (dead

'48) East Retford.

♦Thorpe, Sergeant Francis (King's

judge) Richmond, Yorkshire.

♦Thynn, Thomat, Esq • Saltash.

Thynne, Sir James Knight ;(disab.) Wiltshire.

Toll, Thomas, Esq Z|nn.

♦Tolson, Richard, Esq Cumberland.

Tomkins, Thomas, Esq. (disab. '44) Weobly.

♦Trefusis, Nicholas, Esq Cornwall.

Trenchard, John, Esq. (King's judge) Wareham, Doretshire.

♦Trenchard, Sir Thomas, Knight . Dorsetshire.
Trevanion, John, Esq. (disab.;lulled

at Bristol) Lostwithiel.

Trevor, Sir John, Knight . . . . Grampound.

♦Trevor, John, Esq Flintshire.

♦Trevor, Sir Thomas, Knight . . Tregony.

Trevor, Thomas, Esq. (till'44, then ,.'-.*

void) Monmouth. '..•.. ;T

Tufton, Sir Humphrey, Knight . . Maidstone.

Tulsey, Henry, Esq. (dead '44) . . Christchurch, Hants.

Turner, Samuel, M.D. (disab. '44) . Shaftesbury.

♦Twisden, Thomas, Esq. .... Maidstone..

Upton, Arthur, Esq. (died '41) . . Clifton, Dartmouth,

Hardness (united).

♦Upton, John, Esq Fowey.

Uvedale, Sir William, Knight (disab.) Peters field.

♦Vachel, Tanfield, Esq. .... Reading,

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Valentine, Benjamin, Esq St.Germains.

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Kellington.

Wilton.

Hull.

London.

Honiton.

Montgomeryshire.

Carmarthenshire.

Cardigan.

Cheshire.

London.

Wycombe.
Aylesbury.
Andooer. ,

Tregony.

Wells.
Exeter.

St. Ives, Cornwall.

Bodmin.

New Windsor.

Andover.
Hampshire.
Andooer.
Rochester.
Huntingdonshire.
Newcaslle-on-Tyne.
Beverley.

(Romney\, but prefer-
red) Radnor.
Malton.
Monmouth.
Rutlandshire. ••'
Stamford.
Hereford.'
Hereford. '',*

Romney- !• '. •'

Wenman, Thomas, Lord Viscount,
in Ireland . . Oxfordshire.

Wentworth, Sir George jof Wooley, ., -.
Knight (disab. '42, Yorkshire peti-
tion) Pontefract.

Wentworth , Sir George,. Knight
(Strafford s brother, disab. '44) . Pontefract.

♦Wentworth, Sir Peter, K.B. (King's :..•

judge) Tamworth.

Wentworth, Lord Thomas (Earl of
Cleveland's eldest son; to House of':

Peers, 25 Nov. '40, by writ) . . . Bedfordshire.

♦West, Edmund, Esq (Wendover, but preferred) Buckinghamshire.

♦Weston, Benjamin, Esq. (King's

Wiudge) Dover.
eston, Nicholas, Esq. (disab.'42, . .• ,

for Goring's business) . . . . Portsmouth. Weston,Richard, Esq. (disab.) .. '.. Stafford. ♦Westrow, Thomas, Esq. .... Hi/the (Cinque Ports).

Whaddon, John, Esq . Pit/mouth.

Wheeler, William, Esq. .... Westbury, Wilts.
Whistler, John, Esq. (disab.V . . . Oxford.
Whitacre, Lawrence, Esq. (Borough;

being restored to its rights) . . Okehamplon, Devon.
Whitaker, William, Esq. (dead'46) Shaftesbury.' •;
White, John, Esq. (died'45) . . . Southwark. .
White, John, Esq. jdisab.'44) . . Rye.
♦White, William, Esq. (Secretary to

SirT.Fairfax) . . ... 1 . . Pontefract.

Whitehead, Richard, Esq Hampshire.

Whitlocke, Bulstrode, Esq. (in place

of Hippesley) .......... Marlow. .; . .''

Whitmore, Sir Thomas, Knight

(disab. '44) Bridgnorth' • • •

Widdrington, Sir Thomas, Knight

(Rushworth, ii. 179) ...... Berwick.

Widdrington, Sir William, Baronet ;..

(disab. '42; killed at Worcester) . Northumberland. *Willes, Henry, Esq. ..... Saltash.

Williams, Sir Charles (dead '41) . . Monmouthshire.
Wilmot, Henry, Esq. (expelled,

Army-plot'41; made Baron'43) . Tamworth.
♦Wilson, Rowland, Esq. (Alderman

of Loudon; King's judge) . . . Calne. Windebank, Sir Francis, Knigbt

(Secretary; fled'41) ..... Corfe Castle.

Wmgate, Edward, Esq. ." . . . St. Albans.

♦Winwood, Richard, Esq New Windsor.

•Wise, —, Esq. (died before '41) . . Devonshire.

Wogan, John, sen. Esq. (dead '44) . Pembrokeshire.

♦Wogan, Thomas, Esq. (regicide) . Cardigan.

Woodhouse, Sir Thomas, Baronet . Thetford.

Worsley, Sir Henry, Baronet . . . Newport, Wight.

Wray, Sir Christopher, Knight(dead Great Grimsby.

*4o) Lincolnshire.

Wray, Sir John, Baronet .... Great Grimsby.

♦Wray, William, Esq Bridgwater.

Wroth, Sir Peter, Knight (dead '44)

♦Wroth, SirThomas, Knight (King's Bridgwater.

judge) . Droitwich.

♦vvylae,Edmund,Esq.(King's judge)

Wylde, Sergeant John ..... Worcestershire.

Wyndham, Edmund, Esq. (expelled

*41, monopolist) Bridgwater.

♦Wynn, Sir Richard, Knight . . . Carnarvonshire.
Wynn, Sir Richard, Baronet (dead

'49) Liverpool.

Yelverton, Sir Christopher, Knight). Bossiney.

Young, Sir John, Knight .... Plymouth.

Young, Walter, Esq Honiton.

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LISTS OF THE EASTERN-ASSOCIATION
COMMITTEES.

The Committee Lists of the Eastern Association are taken from Husband's second Collection,* where, in three successive

fentral Acts, dated 1st April 1643, 7th May (and 1st June) 643, and 3d August 1643,—followed by a few partial amendments and enlargements for specific places, at different dates, — the Committees of all Parliamentary or Anti-Royalist Counties and principal Boroughs, as settled at that stage of the contest, are named. Earlier and earliest Committees are in Husband's First Collection** and elsewhere; but these, as transient and now abrogated combinations, do not concern us here.

The Committee of April is named for managing the Sequestration of Delinquents' Estates; those of May and August for raising money by other methods, chiefly by Weekly Assessments; and each has its specific Act and instructions; but as the essential business of all these Committees was to carry on the War by furnishing the sinews of war, and as, with trifling variations, the same persons sat on all, it may well be imagined their functions, even to the members themselves, became gradually much blended; and for us they have become inextricably blended, or not worth the huge labour of attempting to extricate and distinguish. Committees, all, essentially of Finance and general Administration; appointed, we may say, to care generally that the Parliamentary Cause suffer no damage by lack of money or otherwise, — against whom, and their despotic procedure, rise loud complaints and denunciations in the old Pamphlets of a royalist or neutral stamp. An assiduous hand, searching on my behalf through every corner of these Lists and Supplementary Lists, as they lie in bewildering disorder, scattered over the vast surface of Husband, — has pain

* Collection of all the Public Orders, Ordinances &c. of Parliament, from March 1C42-3 to December 1646: Printed for Edward Husband (London, folio, 1646).

** An exact Collection of all Remonstrances, &c. &c. (London, small 4to, 1643): Printed for Edward Husbands (sic.) p. 891 &c.

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