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Sir John Strangeways.
Sir Thomas Grantham.
Sir William Armyn.
Sir William Massam.
Sir William Willmore.
Sir Erasmus Drailton.
Sir Edward Aiscough.
Sir Nath. Bernardiston.
Sir Robert Pointz.
Sir Beauchamp St. John.
Sir Oliver Luke.
Sir Maurice Berkeley.
Sir Thomas \Tentworth.
Sir .Mm Wray.
Sir William Constable.
Sir John Hotham.
Sir John Pickering.
Sir Francis Harrington.
Sir William Chaucey.



William Anderson.
Terringham Norwood.
John Trigonwell.
Thomas Godfrey.
Richard Knightley.
Thomas Nicholas.
.John Hampden.
George Ratcliffe.
John Dalton.
Knights. Henry Poole.

Nathaniel Coxwell.
Robert Hatley.
Thomas Elmes.

Thomas Wood.
John Wilkinson.
William Allen.
Thomas Holyhead.



1 Esquires.



Gents.



All these remained confined to several counties.



B B



370



APPENDIX.



Sir Walter Earl. 1 Sir John Corbet.

Sir Thomas Darnel. > Knights. Sir John Eliot.

Sir Harbottle Grimston. J *

^ William Coriton.
George Catesby.
Edward Hooker.
George Bassett.



James Wooldnxid.
Henry Sanders.



}



\- Knights.
! Esquires.



Londoners.



All Prisoner* in the Fleet.



Sir John Heveningham,
Samuel Vassal.



Knight.

i Londoners.
William Angel. J

In the Marshalsey.



Robert Lever.
John Peacock.
Edward Ridge.
John Oclabury.
Andrew Stone.
William Spurstow.
Roger Hughes.
John Pope.
James Bunch.
Thomas Garris.
James Waldron.
John Bennet.



) Londoners.



John Stevens.
Thomas Deacon.
John Potter.



}



Londoners.



In the Gatehouse.

William Savage.
Nathaniel Mansty.

In the New Prison.

Ambrose Aylot.
Thomas Sharp.
Thomas Hotham.
Augustine Brabrooke.
Robert Payne.
Edward Talstone.
John Whiting.
Thomas Webb.
John Ferry.



Attin the custody of a Messenger. *



See Rushworth, i., 472.



c.

(See page 95.)

Distribution of Shipps to the several Shires of England and Wales, with
their Tonnage, Number of Men, and charge, and the summs sett on
the Corporation Townes in each County. from Sir Peter
Temple's MS. Papers Stowe.



BERKSHIRE One Shipp of ...

Towne of Windsor ....

Burrough of Newberry .

Burrough of Reading .

Burrough of Abingdon .

Burrough of Towne Wallingford ,

BUCKINGHAMS. One Shipp of .

Burnnigh and Parish of Buckingham .
Burrough of Chipping Wicombe



Tons Men
320 128



360 144



& s. d.

4000

100

100

220

100

020

4500

70

50 U



APPENDIX. 371



Tons Men





s.


-'.


BEDFORDSHIRE One Shipp of > . 240 096


3000








Towne of Bedford ,....


. 120


)





BRISTOL One Shipp of .... 064 026


0800








CORNWALL One Ship of . . . . 440 176


5500





'0


_^~urrough of Saltash . . . " - ^ < *


. 40








Burrough of Portbiliam als. Westlowe -^\


13








Burrough of Eastlowe


. 30








Burrough of Truroe ......


. 70








Burrough of Peuryn


. 48








Towne of Penzance ......


. 28








Burrough of Padstowe ......


. 70





(t


^ (l ^Burrough of Liskird ......


. 40








Burrough of Leastwithell ......


. 20








". Burrough of Cullington als. Kellingtou .


. 20








Burrough of Tregonney ......


. 33








Burrough of Granporte and Creede .


. 29








Burrough of Duunevid als. Launceston


. 80








Towne of Helstone ......


. 40








Burrough of Bossenna .


. 36








Burrough of St. Mawes .....


. 10








Burrough of Camelford ......


. 10








CAMBRIDGSH. One Shipp of ... 280 112


3500








Burrough of Cambridg ......


. 100








CUMBERLAND ("One Shipp of . . . 112 045


3500








and -i Burrough of Kirkby Kendal .


. 15





0,


WESTMORELAND [ Burrough of Apulby


. 05








CHESHIRE One Shipp of . . . .240 096


3000








Citty of Chester


. 260








DEVONSHIRE One Shipp of .... 720 288


9000








Citty and County of Exeter . .


. 350








Burrough of ClH'ton Dartmouth als. Hardness .


. 80








Burrough of Totnes ......


. 120








Burrough of Plimpton ......


. 35








-* Burrough of Plimouth . .


. 190








' Towne and Parish of Tiverton ....


. 130








Burrough of Bideford ......


40








Burrough and Parish of Barnstaple


. 150








Burrough of Torrington ......


. 60





(t


Burrough and Towne of Oakehamptou .


. 30








Burrough of Bradminton ......


. 50










45


o


o


DERBYSHIRE One Shipp of ... 280 112


3500








Burrough of Darby ......


. 175










50





o


DORSETSHIRE One Shipp of . . . . 400 160


3000





(1


Towne and County of Poole


. 30








Burrough of Dorchester .


. 45








Burrough of Wareham


. 25








Towne of Weymouth and Meleombe Regis


. 40





II


Burrough of Brideport, cum Membris


. 20





(1


Burrough of Corffe ......


. 40





Q



B B 2



372 APPENDIX.

Tons Men *. d.

Burrough of Shaftesbury 35

Bui-rough of Blandford Forum 25

DURHAM One Shipp of . . . . 160 064 2000

Citty of Durham and Framwelgate . . . 1 50

ESSEX One Shipp of 640 256 8000

Burrough of Thaxted 40

Towne and Parish of Walden 80

Towne of Colchester . . , . . . . 400

Burrough of Maiden . . . . . '. . 80

Burrough of Harwich . . . , . . 20

GLOUCESTERSH. One Shipp of . . . 440 176 5500

Citty of Gloucester and County thereof , . . 300

Burrough of Tewkesbury . . . . . . . 60

Burrough of Chipping Campden . . . . 20

HAMPSHIRE One Shipp of . . . , 480 192 6000

Burrough of Portsmouth . . . . . 060

Towne of Southampton . . . . . . '. 195

Citty of Winchester, besides the Close . . . 150

Burrough of Andover . ." . t . .. 5000

Towne of Romsey . . . . ' . . , 30

Towne of Basingstoake . . . . . 60

HERTFORDSH. One Shipp of . . . .320 128 4000

Burrough of Hertford . . 055

Burrough of St. Albans .' 122

Burrough of Barkhamsted 025

HEREFORDSH. One Shipp of . . . .280 112 3600

Citty of Hereford . . 220

Burrough or Towne of Leomster 044

HUOTINGDONSH. One Shipp of . . . 160 064 2000

Burrough of Huntingdon . . . . . 040

Burrough of Godmanchester . . , . . . 074

KENT, and CINQTTE PORTS in KENT

One Shipp of 640 250 8000

Citty of Canterbury, besides the Church and Members

thereof , . 280

Towne and Port of Dover, and Members thereof . . . 330
Port and Town of Sandwich, and Members thereof, in the

County of Kent 250

Towne and Port of Hithe 040

Towne and Port of New Romney and Members . 180

Oswalston and Tenderden 090

Burrough of Queenborough 010

Towne and Parish of Maidstone . .... 150 9

Towne of Gravesend, together with Milton . . . 035

Citty of Rochester . 070

LANCASTER One Shipp of . . .320 128 4000

Burrough or Towne of Preston 40

Towne of Lancaster . . . . . . 30

Towne of Liverpoole . . . . . . 25

Burrough of Clidrowe . . . , . . 07 10

Towne of Newton . . . . . . 07 10



APPENDIX. 373



Tons Men





s.


a.


LEICESTERSH. One Shipp of . . . . 360 144


4500








Burrough of Leicester ......


. 200








LINCOLNSH. One Shipp of .... 640 256


8000










. 193


6


g


Burrough of Boston ......


. 70










15


o





Towne and Burrough of Stamford ....


. 60








Towne or Burrough of Grantham, with the Soke


. 200








LONDON Two Shippes of .... 1120 448


14000








MIDDLESEX One Shipp of . . . 400 160


5000








MONMOUTH One Shipp of .... 120 048


1500





D


Burrough of Monmouth .....


. 40








Burrough of Newport


. 23








NORTH.TONSH. One Shipp of . . . .480 192


6000








Towue of Northampton ......


. 200








Burrough or Parish of Higham Ferrers .


. 36








Citty of Peterborough .


. 120








Burrough of Daventry ......


. 50








Burrough of Brackley ......


. 50








NORTHUMB. One Shipp of . . . .168 068


2100


c





Towne of Newcastle-upon-Tyne .....


. 700








Burrough of Barwicke-upon-Tweede


. 20








Towne of Morpeth . . . .


. 20








NOTTINGHAMS. One Shipp of . . . . 280 112


3500








Towne of Nottingham ......


. 200










120








Towue of East Retford


. 30








NORFOLK One Shipp of 624 233


7800








Citty of Norwich .......


. 400








Burrough of King's Linne .....


. 200








Burrough of Great Yarmouth .....


. 220








Burrough of Thetford ......


. 030








Burrough of Castle Rising


. 014





(1


OXFORDSHIRE. One Shipp of . . . .280 112


3500





p


Citty of Oxforde


. 100








Towne of Burforde ......


. 40








Burrough and Parish of Banbury ....


. 40








Burrough or Towne of Chipping Norton .


. 30








Towne of Henley-upon-Tbaines ....


. 60





(1


Burrougli of Woodstoke .....


. 20








RVTLANDSH. One Shipp of . ... 062 026


800








; TSH. One Shipp of . . . 640 256


8000





n


Citty of Bath


. 70










70










60








Burrough of Axbridg ......


. 30





II


Towne of Yeovill .......


. 30





I)


SURREY One Shipp of 280 112


3500








Towne of Guildeforde


. 53





11



374 APPENDIX.

Tons Men i. d.

Burrough of Southwarke ,,... 350

Towne of Kingston-upon-Thames, .. . . . . 088

SUSSEX One Shipp of . . , , 400 160 5000
Towne and Port of Hastinges, with the Members thereof in

Sussex i ' i i 250

Citty of Chichester besides the Close 77 7 8

Burrough of Arundel 18

Burrough of Shoreham 08

SUFPOLKE One Shipp of . . .640 256 8000

Towne of Ipswiche . . . ... . , 240

Burrough of Oxforde . . . . ... . 12

Burrough of Aldborough . 08 16

Towne of Dunwiche . . , . . . 04

Towne of Southwolde 08

Towne of Hadleigh 64 9 4

Towne and Burrough of Eye 30 12 3

Burrough of St. Edmondsbury 206 5 4

Burrough of Sudbury 66 3 4

STAFFORDSH. One Shipp of . . , .240 096 3000

Citty of Lichfield, besides the Close 150

Burroiigh of Stafforde . 30

Burrough of Newcastle-upon-Tyne 24

Burrough of Walsall 32

SHROPSHIRE One Shipp of . . . 360 144 4500

Towne of Shrewsbury ....... 376

Towne of Bridgenorth, als. Bruges 060

Burrough of Ludlowe 102

Burrough of Bishopp's Castle . . . . . , 015 10

Burrough of Oswestry . . . . . . 037

Towne Burrough or Liberty of Wenloke . . . . 300

Citty of Carlisle 020

WARWIOKSH. One Shipp of ... 320 128 4000

Citty of Coventrie . 266

Towne of Colefield . . . . . . . . 080

Burrough of Stratford-upon-Avon ..... 050

WORCESTERSH. One Shipp of ... 280 112 3500

Citty of Worcester 233

Burrough of Evesham . . . . . . 074

' Burrough of Droitwiche 062

Towne or Bummgh of Kidderminster . . . . 027

WILTSHIRE One Shipp of .... 560 224 7000

Citty of New Sarum, besides the Close .... 192

Burrough or Towne of Maryborough 060

Burrough of Devizes 050

Burrough of Chippenham 030

Burrough of Wilton 005

YORKSHIRE Two Shipps of ... 960 384 12000

Citty of Yorke, with the Ansty 520

Burrough of Rippon 040

Burrough of Doiicaster , . 100

Burrough or Towne of Pontfract r . . ..06000



APPENDIX. 375

Tons Men s. d.

Burrough of Richmonde 050

Burrough of Leeds ........ 200

Towne of Headon ....... 020

Towne of Beaverly ........ 057

Towne of Scan-borough 030

Towne of Kingstone-upon-Hull . . . . . 140

NOIITH WALKS One Shipp of . . . .320 128 4000

Anglesey 448

Burrough of Beaumaris 14

Caernarvon ......... 575

Towne and Burrough of Caernarvon . . , 12

Denbighshire 1122

Burrough of Denbigh 32

Towne of Ruthyn 19 4

Towne of Holte . 1000

Flintshire 575

Towne of Flint 400

Montgomeryshire 864

Burrough of Montgomery 94 6

Merioneth 416

SOUTH WALES One Shipp of . . . .400 160 500

Brecknockshire 933

Burrough of Brecknock . . . , . , 54

Cardigan . . . 654

Towue of Cardigan 10

Caermarthen ......... 790

Burrough of Caermarthen . . . . . 30

Burrough of Kidwelly 1000

Glamorganshire ........ 1449

Citty of Llandaffe . . 13

Towne of Cardiffe 60

Pembrokeshire 683 10

Burrough of Pembroke . . . . . . 12

Towne of Haverforde West 34

Jia<1iiorshire 490 10

Burrough of New Radnor 42

Towne of Presteigne .12810



D.

(See piwje 99,)

AFTER our hearty comendations, whereas his Majestic and his
boarde havinge taken into consideration y c short time w ch now
romaineth for y e furniabinge out of y c fleete, beinge a service of g l
importance for y e safetie of y e state, and y* y c same may admitt of
noe delay. And for y l his Majestic hath now appointed new
Sheriffes for y e severall Counties of England and Wales. Wee have
therefore thought fitt, (accordinge to his Ma ties expresse comands,)
hereby straightly to charge and require as well you y e Sheriffe of y e



376 APPENDIX.

Countie for y" yeare past, forthwith to sende up all such monies as
you have receaved for y 8 businesse of Shipp Mony, iinto S r W m
Kussell, K nt & Bar'", Treas' of y e Navy, and to give unto y r Successor
as memorialls of all y e monies you have levied by vertue of his
Ma ties Writt, and what remayneth behinde of y e whole assessment,
and to sende y e like memorialls to this boarde. And also to deliver
unto y e new Sheriffe y e writt itselfe, with all such letters, directions,
warrants, and returnes, or other writinges as you have in your
handes, or authentique copies of the same, touchinge this businesse^
with an information of your doinges and proceedinges therein, for his
better direction and furtherauuce in y e perfectinge of y e worke. As
also you y e s d new Sheriffe to applie your best indeavours and
diligence in y e execution of his Ma" es writts, and former directions
of this Boarde for suche parte of this Service as is nott yett finished
by y r predecessors, whereof his Ma tie and this. Boarde will expect a
good account from you. And soe wee bid you heartily farewell-
from Whytehall, the 25th of January, 1635.

Y* lovinge friends,
W. CANT, H. MANCHESTER,

THO. COVENTRYE, C*. DORSET?,

THEO. SUFFOLKE, E, NEWBURGH,

J. BRIDGWATER, FRANC. WIXDEBANKE,

WILMOT, WILL. BAKER.

To our lovinge friends S r Peter Temple, B 1 .,
late High Sheriffe, and Heneage Proby,
Esq., now appointed High Sheriffe of
the County of Bucks.



We greet yo n well. Whereas there is especiall cause of yo r
personall attendance upon us for some matters concerning the
bussines of the Shipping. These are therefore to will and command
you, all delayes and excuses set apart, to give your attendance upon
the Boarde, at his Ma ts Court at Oatlands upon Sunday morning
next, the third of July. And hereof wee require yo u not to fayle, as
yo u will answere the contrary at yo r perill. Dated at the Court at
Hampton Court, the 24 of June, 1636.

W. CANT. THO. COVENTRYE, C s . GUIL. LONDON.

H. MANCHESTER.
WENTWORTH.

FRA. COTTINGTON.
H. VANE, S. FRANC. WINDEBANKE.

T. EDMONDE.
To S r Peter Temple.



APPENDIX. 377

E.

(See page 173.)

THE proceedings of this committee are given at length in the
journal of Sir Ralph Verney, who was one of its members. The
remonstrance being read, the grievances were divided under nine-
teen heads, the principal of which relate to the inequality of
benefices ; the amount of burthen on the public ; the claim set up
by the hierarchy of a divine institution ; civil jurisdiction ; plurali-
ties ; power to delay or withhold probates of wills, to refuse rites of
marriage, and to compel subscription by penalties ; the abuse of
commendams in the hands of bishops ; and lastly the scandalous
lives of the higher clergy. The committee then took into considera-
tion the challenge of divine right made in the Lord Archbishop's
speech in the Star Chamber, and in Bishop Downham's and the
Bishop of Exeter's Books, and also their claim of ' a superiority in
' sole ordination and sole jurisdiction, not warranted by Scripture
' or antiquity, by virtue of a distinct order superior to a Presbyter.'
' Yeates his rnistery of the Gentiles,* (proceeds the journal) ' saies
' Bishopps are as immediately from God as Kinges, Swan, in
' fourteen pages of his sermon, calls them that deny the hierarchy
' of the church, The Bane of Religion.' ' Resolved on question that
' the third article (the bishops assuming sole power of ordination
' and jurisdiction) is a material head, and fit to be presented to the
' house to be considered of.' The journal then proceeds with the
charges of the committee from day to day against books and
speeches which claim divine institution and jurisdiction for the
hierarchy, and next enters into an elaborate and learned citation of
the authorities set forth by the committee from the practice and
writings of the fathers of the church, and doctrines of the early
councils, to shew that (as among the Independents) the power of
ordination was given to and exercised by the clergy at large, and
that bishops did not hold jurisdiction alone. It was then voted by
the committee that ' the challenge of Episcop ie jure diviuo, which is
' the sole power assumed by bishopps in ordination and jurisdiction
' by vertue of a distinct order superiour to a Presbyter, is a
' materiall head and fitt to bee presented to the house.' The next
day was employed by the committee in the same manner, in re-
ferences to fathers and councils of the church, and then to passages
in Scripture to support their citation of Augustine, Civit. Dei, to
the doctrine that ' bish pp is a name of duty and not of dignity,' and
that the jurisdiction ' is not in bish pps , but the presbiters were equall
to them in all things.' ' Those that have the same name and y e
same offices in Scripture are all one. But Bish pl> " and Presbiters
have the same name and office ; ergo they are all one. First
named in 20 Actes, 28 verse ; 1 Phil. 1 verse ; 1 Pet. 5. verse 1 and
2 ; 1 Titus, 5, 6, 7 ; 1 Tim. 3 at y e beginninge of y e chapter ; 16
Matthew, 19 ; the key of doctrine the kev of power or discipline ;
20 John 22, 23 ; 1 Thes. 5. 12 ; Heb. 13. 17 ; 1 Tim. 4. 14 j 2 Tim,



APPENDIX.

' 1. 6. Mr. Selden desiers to know what is meant by the sole power
' of ordination and jurisdiction that the bish pp9 nowe claime ; over
' persons, places, and thinges, or causes ; and what power the
' presbiters had in y e primitive times in these 3 thinges. On these
' matters the committee next examine Dr. Bnrgls.'

They then proceed to the ' largenesse of bish pp9 dioces, the incon-
' veniences of it. Ministers are put to great charge and travell, and
' bish pp ' 9 courts are multiplied thereby. They canot dispatch soe
' much businesse themselves,' and 'delegatinge their power to unmeet
' persons.' The same vote respecting these. Next, abuses of con-
firmation. 'The B p . Glocester forbids to marry any that are not
' first confirmed. B. of Eli the like. The rubrick, makes little lesse
' than a sacriment of it.' Next ' Bish pps claime sole probats of wills.
' If a legacy bee given to a silenced minister hee is not capable of it
' by the bish pp ' g lawe. Bish pps had noe power in this in y e primitive
' times. Venables gave 10001. to divers ministers. Mr. Jones gave
' much money to y e same purpose ; but y e Archb pp of Cant, would
' not suffer it to bee given to them but to other beneficed ministers.'
Next, ' bish pps consecrate churches, &c., and make it necessary. The
' forme of consecratinge is not allowed by lawe. Consecration is not
' necessarye, but 'tis very chargeable. Noe humain institution can
' putt any inherent holinesse into any thiuge.' Next, ' bish pps inhibit
' marriage at divers times of y" yeare, at least a third parte. And
' this makes some thinke these times are more holy than others, and
' it is a great charge to buy licences.' Next, ' bish pps compose formes
' of publique prayer containinge matters of state ; as at fasts, and
' y e prayers ag st the honest Scotts. Two ministers, Wilson and
' Bright, were suspended for not readinge it.' Next, ' bish pps impose
' oathes as of canonicall obedience, ex oificio, &c. ag- 1 lawe. B pp . of
' Chichester sweares men to obey the Kinge's edicts, &c., oath, de
' stando juri et parando mandatis ecclesise.' Next, ' subscription,
' they extend this beyond y e articles of religion many hundreds
' deprived for not subscribinge to the canons made about 2 Jacob.'
Next, ' they hold comendams, and never come att them. B pp of
' St. Davids and B" p of Chester hold 2 of 1 1001. per ann.' Next,
' b pps charge at theire consecration ; but they observe itt not.' The
next article is ' scandalous bishopps,' in which certain bishops are
charged with speeches and quotations from Scripture in drinking
healths, cited at length ; they are in a strain of impiety very mint
to appear in any form more currently legible than the cramped
penmanship of Sir Ralph. The last and 19 th article is of ' The
' burdens of B pp '* officers and dependents and servants, &c., being
' above 10,000^.' These were the principal heads of the report of
this laborious committee,



APPENDIX. 379

F.

(See page 237.)

Original draft of Ordinance of both Houses, establishing the
Committee of Lieutenancy, &c. In the handwriting of Mr.
Richard Grenvil.

FOR the better mannaginge of the affaires of the County of Buck,
the more effectuall execution of the orders and ordinances of
Parliam', and the better payinge of Soldyirs belonginge to the
Garrison at Aylesbury, bee it ordained by the Lords and Comons in

Parliam' assembled, that Sir Peeter Temple, of Stowe, Baronett, Sir

23 4

Richard Ingoldsby, Sir Ralph Verney, Sir Alexander Denton, Sir

567

William Andrewes, Sir Thomas Sanders, Sir Richard Pigott,

8 9

Knights, Sir John Lawrence, Baronett, Sir Heneage Proby, Knight,

10 11

Sir William Drake, Baronett, The Gouernor of Aylesbury for y e

12 13

time beinge, Thomas Tyrrill, Boulstrod Whitlocke, Richard

14 15 16 17

Winwood, Thomas Fountaine, Edmunde West, Richard Grenvill,

18 19

Thomas Tirringham of Netherwinchenden, Thomas Bulstroode,

20 21 as 23

Thomas Archdall, Thomas Lane, Henry Beale, Richard Seriant,

24 25 26

Raines Low, Edm : Waller of Gregory. Esquires, Xrofer Egleton,

27 28 ^ 29

Anthonie Carpenter, Peeter Dormer, Thomas Theed, of Leborne,

30 31

John Deuerell y e younger, of Swanbourne. Russill, Gent., John

32

Lane, Gent, shalbee, and are hereby appoynted to bee comittees of
the Couutie of Bucks ; and they or any fiue of them shall dispose
the affaires of that countie, and shall put in execution all and euery
the ordinances and comands of either or both houses of Parliam 1 .
And to that purpose the said comittee shall soe diuide themselues
that fine of them at the least may be continually resident at Ayles-
bury duringe the space of three weekes, and then other fiue to come
in theire places, etsic alternis vicibus ; and whoesoeuer shall neglect
or refuse after notice hereof giuen to be psent and execute theire
authority hereby giuen when his turn cometh, shalbee taken for a
delinquent, and his estate sequestered.

This comittee shall with all conuenient speede (either by them-
selues or by some other pson chosen by any fiue or more of them for
that purpose) take perforce accounts of all such moneys and other
goods and profitts as haue bin taken and seised w th in the said countye
by uertue of any order or ordinuance of either or both houses of
Parliam', and likewise of such moneyes as haue been or shalbee
allowed out of any other Countye for .the mayntenance of the
garrison at Aylesbury, soe that their maie bee a pfect account giuen
thereof when it shallbee called for, and to that end the said comittee



380 APPENDIX.

or other pson by them chosen shall haue power to send for parties,
witnesses, and writinges.

This comittee, or any fine or more of them, shall w th all conuenient
speede make choise of one able and sufficient person whoe hath a
real responsible estate in the said countye of Buck to be Treasurer
of y e said Countye, unto whom all mony collected in the said countye,
and allsoe the money allowed out of any other countyes for the
mayntenance of the said garrison, shallbee paid and deliuered. Said
Treasurer shall not issue out any of y e said money w th out warrante
in writinge under the hands of flue or more of the said comittee.

This comittee shall, either by themselues or by such person as
they or any fiue or more of them shall appointe,'viewe and muster
at least once euerie month, and oftener if they thinke it expedient,
all y e souldiers belonginge to the garrison of Aylesbury, w ch are to
be paid out of the countie of Buck, and out of the mony allowed out
of anie other coxmtyes for the maynetenance of the gard and garrison ;
and they are to take especiall care that the said souldiers be duly
paid. All and sundrie the officers and souldiers belonging to the
garrison at Aylesbury shallbee aydinge and assistinge to the said



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