An order management methodology within a pharmaceutical environment
Murphy, Fearghal
2000. xvii, 284 leaves.

An order of both houses of Parliament, for a publicke thanksgiving throughout the city of London, Westminster and line of communication: upon Tuesday the ninth of Aprill, for the ... victory ... by ... forces under ... Sir William Waller, & Sir William Balfore
(London. 1644). 1 sheet.

An Order of King and Council concerning the political disputes between the States and the Royal Court of the island of Jersey
Southampton. 1786. 30p.

An order of Parliament, for a thanks-giving: together with a declaration of the grounds and reasons of it
Husband, Edward ; Field, John
London. printed by Edward Husband and John Field, printers to the Parliament of England. 1650. 2 sheets (versos blank).

An order of service for animal welfare
Linzey, Andrew
Horsham, Sussex. R.S.P.C.A. [1980?].

An order of service for Bach's St. Matthew Passion: to be used at Gregynog on Sunday, 30th June 1935
[Newtown, Mont.]. [Gregynog Press]. 1935.

An order of service for children
Plaistow. J. Curwen & Sons Ltd. [18--]. 16p.

An Order of Service for the Commissioning of Missionaries on their Appointment Overseas
London. Methodist Missionary Society. 1965. 19 p.

An order of service to be used at Gregynog on Sunday 25 June 1933
[Gregynog]. Gregynog Press. 1933.

An order of the committee of the Lords and Commons ... (for judging of scandal) for the increaseof the number of delegates in the province of London, and for supply of tryers
London. Calvert. 1648. 7 p.

An order of the Commons: establishing and confirming fees ... to the officers of ... His Majesties customes and subsidies
London. Richards. 1663. 24 p.

An order of the Commons: establishing and confirming fees ... to the officers of ... customes ... and subsidies in the port of London
London. printed by Richard Hodgkinson. 1662. 19 p.

An order of the Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning the returning, in writing, to the House of Commons, the names of such ministers, and other persons of parishes within the Bills of Mortallity, as shall not take the solemn League and Covenant before Wednesday next
London. Printed for Edward Husbands, and are to be sold at his shop in the Middle-Temple. Decem. 2 1643.

An order of the Commons assembled in Parliament, for taking off the priviledge and protection of any persons belonging to any Member of the said House, or for or [sic] concerning the lands or estate of any Members of the Said House
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1647.

An order of the High Court of Chancery: made by the ... Lords Commissioners for the custody of the Great Seal of Great Britain, on the 26th of May, 1725
London. printed by S. Buckley. 1725. 7 p.

An order of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning all officers and soldiers that have served the Parliament under the command and pay of particular Committees. Die Jovis, 10. Decembr. 1646
London. printed for Edw. Husband. 1646.

An order of the Lords and Commons for the regulating of printing [14 June, 1643]
London. 1643.

An order of the Lords assembled in Parliament: for the punishing of Anabaptists and sectaries, that shall disturbe the ministers in their publike exercises, in the kingdome of England and dominion of Wales
London. Printed for Iohn Wright. 1646. 4 p.

An order of the Right Honourable the Commisioners for the Management of the Several Forfeited Estates, Goods, and Chattels of the Rebels of Ireland. ... Whereas Their Majesties have been informed
Taylor, Randal ; Tooke, Benjamin
[London] Dublin, Printed by the assignee of Benj. Tooke. Reprinted by him in London, and sold by Randal Taylor near Stationers Hall. 1690. Single sheet : 1/2mo.

A Nordic draft code: a draft code for Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden
Kruse, Frederik Vinding ; Giersing, Else
Copenhagen. Munkagaard. 1963. xx,412p.

An ordinal of bookbinding & finishing
Hayward, D. S ; Mason, J. H
[London]. L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts. 1911. [4]p.

An ordinance (11 February 1644/5) of the Lords and Commons: being an exhortation to all His Majesties good subjects ... to the duty of repentance
London. Wright. 1644(5). 1 sheet.

An ordinance (18 February, 1641/2) of both Houses of Parliament: for the safeguard of the Parliament, Tower and city of London, under the command of Serjeant Major Generall Skippon
Skippon, Philip
London. Hunscott. 1641(2). 1 sheet.

An ordinance (22 January, 1643/4) of the Lords and Commons: for prevention of the adjournment of the courts of justice, without consent of ... Parliament
London. Baiklocke (sic). 1643(4). 1 sheet.

An ordinance (26 August, 1642) of the Lords and Commons: inhibiting the importation of currans
London. Blaiklock. 1642. 1 sheet.

An ordinance (27 August, 1641) of Parliament for a day of publike thanksgiving for the peace concluded between England and Scotland
London. Barker. 1641. 1 sheet.

An ordinance (3 February, 1642/3) for the bettter (sic) raysing and levying of marinors, saylors and others for the present guarding of the seas, and necessary defence of the realme
London. Wright. 1642(3). 1 sheet.

An ordinance (8 April, 1654) for adjourning part of Easter term, 1654
London. printed by W.Du-Gard. 1654. 1 sheet.

An ordinance (9 May 1645) of the Lords and Commons: for the apprehending ... all such lewd personsas shall steale ... or receive any little children. And for the strict and diligent search of all ships ... on the river (Thames)
London. Wright. 1644(5). 1 sheet.

An ordinance and declaration of the Lords and Commons: that no person within the city of London ... shall bee of the Common Councell ... that hath not taken the ... solemne league and covenant
(London). J. Wright. 1643. 4 p.

An ordinance and declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: For the assessingof all such as have not contributed upon the propositions of both houses of Parliament, for raising of money, plate, horse, horsemen, and armes, for defence of the King, kingdome, and Parliament, or have not contributed proportionably according to their estates ... Likewise an ordinance ... for the better provisions of victuals and other necessaries for the army, and for payment and satisfaction to be made for the same
London. E. Blackmore. Decemb. 1. 1642. 8 p.

An ordinance and declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: that the Lord Major and citizens of the city of London, for the better securing and safety thereof, shall have full power ... to trench, stop, and fortifie all high-waies leading into the said city ... Also, an ordinance of both houses for an assessement tobe made ... for the reliefe of maymed souldiers, widdows, and fatherlesse children
London. I. Wright. March 8. 1642. 6 p.

An ordinance and declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For the assessing of allsuch as have not contributed upon the propositions of both Houses of Parliament, for raising of money, plate, horse, horsemen, and armes, for defence of the King, Kingdome, and Parliament, or have not contributed proportionably according to their estates. With an explanation of the former ordinance, declaring, that if any person so assessed shall within 6 or 12 dayes...Likewise an ordinance of both Houses of Parliament, for the better provision of victuals...Die Martis, 29 Novemb. 1642
[London]. Printed for I. Wright. Decemb. 1. 1642.

An ordinance and declaration of the Lords and Commons ... for the assessing of all such as have not contributed upon the propositions ... for raising of money ... for defence of the king: with an explanation of the former ordinance ... that ... any person so assessed ... pay ... the money ... to ... Guildhall ... Likewise an ordinance... for the better provision ... for the army ... 29 Novemb. 1642
London. Wright. 1642. (14) p.

An ordinance and declaration of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for re-establishing the duty of excize upon all commodities, except flesh and salt. Shewing the true grounds and reasons that necessitated them to the erecting and continuing of the said duty; and the great benefit that hath ensued to the Kingdom thereby. Together with an exact accompt of what moneys hath been collected from the beginning of the said imposition to this present; and to what uses the said moneys have been put. Die Sabbathi, 28 Augusti, 1647
London. printed for John Wright. 1647.

An ordinance appointing commissioners for approbation of publique preachers: printed by William du Gard and Henry Hills, Printers to His Highness the Lord Protector 1653
[Edinburgh]. Privately printed for the Clarendon Historical Society. 1889. 7 p.

An ordinance declaratory of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, on the regulating of the excise upon flesh, viz. Eeewes, Muttons, Veals, Porks, Lambs, and other butcher's meat killed for provision of victuals
London. printed for Rich. Cotes and Joh. Raworth. 1644.

An ordinance declaratory of the Lords and Commons ... for ... regulating ... the excise upon ...meat kill'd for ... victuals
London. Cotes. (1644). 6 p.

An Ordinance For Adjourning part of Easter Term. 1654
London. Printed by Henry Hills, and William du-Gard, Printers to his Highness the Lord Protector. 1654. 1 sheet.

An Ordinance for establishing a native labour bureau in Southern Rhodesia
[Zimbabwe]. Government Printer. 1911. 23p.

An ordinance for releife of maymed souldiers and marriners, and the widdows and orphants of such as have died in the service of the Parliament during these late warres. Die Veneris, 28, Maii, 1647
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1647.

An ordinance for the better redress of the abuses committed upon the River of Thames andwaters of Medway
London. Printed by William du-Gard and Henry Hills, Printers to His Highness the Lord Protector. 1654. (5) p.

An ordinance for the regvlation of hackney coachmen in London and the places adjacent
London. Printed by William du-Gard and Henry Hills, Printers to His Highness the Lord Protector. 1654. (1) p. l., 409-413 p.

An ordinance for the speedy raising of moneys for His Maiesties seruice. March the I. 1660
Smith, William
Cork. Printed by William Smith. Anno Dom. 1661. [2],1-3,[2],4-5,[2],6-23p. : 4to.

An ordinance from His Maiesty, and both houses of Parliament: For the ordering of the militia ofthe kingdome of England and dominion of Wales. Also, for setting the same in a posture of warre
London. Printed by R.O. and G.D. for F. Coules. (1642). 5 p.

An ordinance from His Majesty, and both Houses of Parliament for the ordering ofthe Militia of the Kingdome of England and Dominion of Wales: also for setting the same in a posture of War. Feb. 10
London. printed for John Wright. 1642.

An ordinance made and agreed by the Lords and Commons of Parliament the 28th day of August 1641. For the speedie disarming of popish recusants, and other dangerous persons
London. printed by Robert Barker; and by the assigns of John Bill. 1641.

An Ordinance of both Houses of Parliament, for the speedy Raising and Levying of Money, for the Maintenance of the Army raised by the Parliament, and other great Affairs of the Common-Wealth, by a Weekly Assessment, upon the severall Counties herein mentioned for two Moneths, beginning from the third day of August. 1643
London. Printed for Edward Husbands. August 4. 1643. 24 p.

An ordinance of explanation touching treasons
London. Printed by William du-Gard and Henry Hills, Printers to His Highness the Lord Protector. 1653. 1 sheet.

An ordinance of Parliament, concerning the subsidie of tonnage and poundage
London. L. Blaiklock. 1642. 12 p.

An ordinance of pottage
Hieatt, Constance
Prospect. 1988. 239p.

An ordinance of the Commons assembled in Parliament, for a bill ordered to be sent tothe Kings Majesty, to be transmitted under the Great Seale of England. Concerning the qualifications of the Knights, citizens, and burgesses, who shall be admitted to sit in Parliament for this kingdome of Ireland. And for disbanding of those who refuse to take the oath
[s.l.]. printed by C.A. Dublin. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lodrs (sic.) and Commons: that committee for the militia of London, shallhave power to impose upon all such persons as have any stocks going in trade, within the line of communication, to find ... armes, and paye ... persons ... appointed to beare the same ... not exceeding three foot souldiers for any one man.Also to search ... for Papists ... 15 Junii, 1644
London. Wright. 1644. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: concerning the proceedings of divers ill-affected persons and Papists within ... Denbigh, Carnarvon, and Anglesey ... promoting ... and intestine war within this kingdome ... and that Sir Thomas Middleton ... be appointed ... sergeant-major-generall of all the forces ... of the said counties
Middleton, Thomas
(London). Husbands. 1643. 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: assembled in Parliament, for appointing a solemne day of thanksgiving, for the happy successe of the forces under Sir William Waller and Sir William Balfore, against the forces under the command of Sir Ralph Hopton, who were totally routed on the 29. of March last, 1644. Together with an ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... to enable the merchants of Levant company, to import in English bottomes any currans, and to land them within any port within the power of the Parliament
(London). Printed for E. Husbands. 1644. 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: authorizing the committee of the militia of ... London, and all deputy-lieutenants, committees ... in all the counties ... to ... search for all souldiers that have been or shall be ... imprested to serve for the defence of the kingdome, under ... Sir Thomas Fairfax, and that they ... repaire to their colours ... upon paine of death
London. Wright. 1645. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: concerning a new excise upon allum, copperas, Monmouth-caps ... hats ... hopps, saffron, starch, and ... silkes ... made in this kingdome; and ... goods ... imported ... not formerly paying excise
London. Wright. 1644. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for bringing in the arrears of the monethly assessment formerly charged upon ... London and Westminster
London. Husbands. 1644. 7 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for constituting a committee of militia within the hamblets of the Tower of London
London. Wright. 1647 (1648). 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for establishing commissioners ... to sit at Goldsmiths-Hall to compound with deliquents
London. Husband. 1646 (i.e. 1647). 7 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for the constant reliefe and imployment of the poore; andthe punishment of vagrants ... in the city of London
London. Wright. 1647. 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for the explanation of the weekely assessement in London
London. Wright. 1643. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for the further inlargement of a former ordinance ... for... raising of moneyes ... and concerning the raising of horse ... within the hamblets of the Tower ... and other parts
London. Husbands. 1643. 4 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for the more speedy raising of the monies formerly imposed, and yet unpaid, within the city of London
London. printed by Cotes. 1643. 10 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for the raising and securing of 42000 for the payment of the guards of the city of London
London. Wright. 1647. 10 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for the speedy establishing of a court martiall within thecities of London, Westminster, or lines of communication
London. J. Wright. 1644. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for the speedy raising and impresting of men, for the defence of the kingdom
(London). E. Husbands. (1643). 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: for the utter suppression ... of all stage-playes
London. Wright. 1647 (i.e. 1648). 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: shewing that all brewers ... shall pay the excise imposedby a former ordinance ... also an ordinance ... for the bringing in of the monies ... for the maintenance of the armie
London. Wright. 1643. 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons: to inable the committee of the militia of London to make searches for popish recusants ... and to raise ... 600 horse
London. J. Wright. 1647. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons. Also an order of the Commons, prohibiting the printing or publishing of any lying pamphlet, scandalous to His Majestie or to the proceedings of both or either Houses of Parliament
London. 1642.

An ordinance of the lords and commons assembled ... for constituting ... Major Generall Philip Skippon to command all the forces ... within the city of London ... with an order ... that all commission officers shall act untill the militia be setled
Skippon, Philip
London. Wright. 1648. 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the calling of an assembly of learned and Godly divines, to be consulted with by the Parliament for the setling of the government and liturgy of the Church of England, and for vindicating and clearing the doctrine of the said church from false aspersions and interpretations and shall be most agreeable to theword of God
Rothwell, John
London. Printed for J. Rothwel at the Fountain in Cheapside. 1658. [12]p.

An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: With the names of the Knights and Gentlemen entrusted in every County to bring up a speedy account of the Weekely Assessment, and to returne the names of all such persons as refuse to pay : Also the Instructions agreed upon by both Houses, for the said Gentlemen appointed for this service. Die Mercurii, 3 Maii. 1643
London. Printed for Iohn Wright in the Old-baily. May 4. 1643. [4] leaves.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: For constituting and setling of the committee of the militia of the city of London. With the names of them therein expressed
London. J. Wright. 1647. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: For the cutting and felling of wood within threescore miles of London, in such places and quantities as a committee ... shall thinke fit. For the better supply of the said city with fewell at reasonable rates
London. I. Wright. Octob. 3. 1643. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: after advice had with the Assembly of Divines,for the ordination of mininisters (sic) pro tempore, according to the directory for ordination, and rules for examination, therein expressed
London. Printed for Ralph Smith, and are to bee sold at his shop, at the signe of the Bible in Corne-hill, neere the Royall Exchange. 1644. 15 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: being a weekly assessment upon the Countie of Northampton, for the maintaining of the forces, and preservation of the garrison, to continue for six moneths following. Die Sabbati 12. Octob. 1644
London. printed for John Wright. 1644. 2p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning those that shall come in from the Kings quarters, without giving an accompt thereof within five dayes to the committee at Goldsmiths Hall, to be taken as spies
London. E. Husband. Novemb. 14. 1645. 7 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for continuance of the assessments in the County of Northampton. Aug.1. 1645
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1645. 7p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the inabling of Sir William BreretonBaronet ... speedily to put in execution the Ordinances for the sequestration of the estates of papists and delinquents ... within the county of Chester ... : also allowing unto the said Sir William Brereton the personall estates of all papists and delinquents in and about London
[London]. Printed for John Wright in the Old-Baily. March 29. 1644. 6p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the present setling (without furtherdelay) of the Presbyteriall Government in the Church of England. Die Veneris, 5 Junii. 1646
London. Printed for John Wright. 1646.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the raising of a new loan and assessemnt in the County of Middlesex, for the maintenance of forces for the defence of the Cities of London and Westminster, and the County of Middlesex, and for the future preservation and safety of the town of Uxbridge, and preventingof the incursions of the enemy hereafter
(London). E. Husbands. Febr. 19. 1643 (i.e. 1644). 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the raising of horse for the defence of the city of London, and for searching and apprehending of papists, and other ill-affected persons, that lurk in and about the said city
London. Printed by Richard Cotes. 1645. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the raising of money to pay the charge of the fortifications and guards, and for other necessary uses. For the safety of the city, and parts adjacent, within the lines of communication, and weekly bills of mortality : die Martis, 3 Decemb. 1644
London. printed by Richard Cotes. 1651.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the setling the militia in the severall counties, cities, and places within the Kingdome of England, Dominion of Wales, and Towne of Barwick upon Tweed. Die Sabbathi, 2 Decemb. 1648
London. imprinted for John Wright. 1648.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the speedy getting in the arreares of such money as is assessed on the Citie of London and liberties thereof; for the maintaining of the forces raised by authority of Parliament. Die Martis, 30. Maii, 1648
London. Printed by Richard Cotes. 1648.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: that the committee for the militiaof London shall have power to impose upon persons to finde arms, not exceeding three foot-souldiers for any one man: and to search for papists and suspitious persons
London. E. Husbands. Febr. 28. 1644. 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: whereby all vintners are requiredto bring in the money due for the half excise of all wines remaining in their hands, at, or before the eleventh of September last
London. Printed by R. Cotes, and J. Raworth. 1643. 3 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: with an oath or covenant to be taken by all persons within the city of London, or line of communication for the better securing of the Parliament, the cities of London and Westminster ... And that the committee for the militia of London shall have power to punish all such as shall weare any colours or marks of division of the said city
London. J. Wright. Aug. 18. 1643. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: commanding all papists, officers,souldiers of fortune, and all other delinquents that have adhered to, ot(!) assisted the enemy in the late warre against the Parliament of England, to depart out of the lines of communication, and twenty miles distant, before the 14. of this present July, 1647
London. J. Wright. 1647. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the chusing of commoncouncell-men and other officers within the city of London, and liberties thereof for the yeare ensuing
London. J. Wright. 1648. (2), 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for, the constituting and setling of the Committee of the Militia of the City of London: with their names therein exprest. Also, enabling Col. West to be Lieutenant of the Tower. Die Jovis, 18 Maii, 1648
London. J. Wright. 1648. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the speedy supply of monies within the city of London, and liberties thereof, for the reliefe and maintenance of the armies raised and to be raised for the necessary defence of the city and liberties aforesaid. Die Veneris, 18 August. 1643
London. Printed by R.Cotes. 1643. (6) p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament against unlicensed or scandalous pamphlets, and for the better regulating of printing
London. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning all brewers, and makers of beere, ale, cider, or perry, for payment of the excise imposed by an ordinance of Parliament before the delivering thereof, upon paine of forfeiture of double the value of the said commodities
London. printed by Richard Cotes and JohnRaworth. 1643.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning the Dutchy seal of Lancaster: together vvith the oath of the sheriff of Lancaster. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com
Husband, Edward
London. Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the Honorable House of Commons. Septemb. 4. 1645. 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning the excise of tobacco
London. printed by Rich. Cotes and Jo. Raworth. 1643.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; concerning theproceedings of divers ill-affected persons and papists within the counties of Denbigh, Montgomery, Flint, Merioneth, Carnarvon and Anglesey, who have in contempt of the Parliament, entred into an hostile and dangerous Association amongst themselves, for the raising and promoting of an Intestine War within this Kingdom. For securing and reducing whereof, it is ordained, that the counties of Chester, Salop, Lancaster, and other adjacent counties, shall actually aid and assist one another for the preservation of their counties ... And that Sir Thomas Middleton Knight, be appointed by his Excellencie, to be Sergeant Major Generall of all the forces both of horse and foot, for the preservation of the said counties
[London]. Printed for Edw. Husbands. Iuly 11. 1643.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, enabling the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall for the Scots Affaires, to manage the ordinance of the 20 of February, 1644. For the more speedy raising and payment of the 21000 pounds per moneth, for the foure moneths therein mentioned, for payment of the Army of our Brethren of Scotland, come in to our assistance, now upon their march towards the southern parts for the service of the Kingdom
London. Printed by T.W. for Ed. Husband. Iune the 13. 1645.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, exhorting all his Majesties good subjects in the Kingdome of England, and Dominion of Wales, to the duty of repentance, (as the onely remedy for their present calamities) with an earnest confession, and deepe humiliation for all particular and nationall sins, that so at length wemay obtaine a firme and happy peace both with God and man. To be used privately in families, but especially publikely in congregations. Die Mercurii, 15. Feb. 1642
London. Printed for John Wright. Feb: 16. 1642.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for appointing the Speakers of both Houses of Parliament Commissioners of the Great-Seal: and for hearing causes in Chancery
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1646.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for associating of the counties ofPembroke, Camarthen and Cardigan, for the mutuall defence and safety of each other, and for the suppressing of this present rebellion raised against the King and Parliament. Also, a Committee is hereby authorised to put in execution the ordinances for sequestration of Malignants and Papists estates, and weekly assessments. 8. Junii, 1644
[London]. Printed for Edward Husbands. Iune 14. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For bringing in the arrears of theassessements for Sir Thomas Fairfax his army... 12 Octob. 1647
London. printed for John Wright. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for bringing in the arrears of the monethly assessment formerly charged upon the cities of London and Westminster, and all other parishes and places within the line of communication, and county of Middlesex. 26. Decem. 1644
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands. Dec.28. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for constituting and appointing a Committee of Lords and Commons for the better ordering, directing, and disposing of the rents issues, and profits belonging to the colledge and collegiate Church of Westminster
London. printed for Edw. Husbands. 1645.

An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for Continuance of the Assessments in the County of Northampton
London. Edward Husband (printer to the House of Commons). 1645. 5p. : A5 booklet.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for continuance of the excise or new impost, for one whole yeer longer, to commence the 11. of September next. 1644
London. Printed by R. Cotes and J. Raworth. (1644). (4) p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for continuance of the subsidy oftonnage and poundage, together with the book of rates, in full force and power from the 25 of March 1645, untill the 26 of March 1647: Also for repealing and making void the ordinance of Parliament, prohibiting the importation of currans
London. L. Blaiklock. 1644. 10 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for excluding such members of either House of Parliament, as have deserted the Parliament, and adhered to those that leavie war against the Parliament
London. Printed for Edward Husbands. Iuly 9. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for execution of martiall law, according to the meaning of this ordinance, to continue for the space of four moneths from the date hereof, together with the names of such commissioners as are appointed for the execution thereof
[London]. Printed for Edward Husbands. 1644. 6p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for giving power to all the classicall Presbyteries within their respective bounds to examine, approve, and ordaine ministers for severall congregations
London. printed for John Wright. 1645.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for giving power to all the classical presbyteries within their respective bounds to examine, approve and ordaine ministers for several congregations
[London]. Printed for John Wright. 1645. 6p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for keeping of scandalous persons from the sacrament of the Lord's Supper, the enabling of congregations for the choice of elders, and supplying of defects in former ordinances and directions of Parliament concerning Church government
London. printed for Edw. Husband. 1645.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for mitigation of the excise upon strong-water: die Jovis, 26 Septemb. 1644
London. printed by R. Cotes and J. Raworth. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; for putting the associated counties of Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Huntington, Hertford, Cambridge, Lincoln, the Isle of Ely, and the cities of Lincoln and Norwich into a posture of defence; By the better regulating of the trained bands, and raising other forces of horse and foot, for the preservation and safety of the said counties and cities
London. Printed for Edward Husbands. Iuly 5. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; for raising an army of horse and foot in the severall counties and cities herein mentioned. To be ready to march the twentieth day of this instant Iuly, and to continue onely for the space of two moneths. The said forces to be paid by their severall counties, according to their severall proportions. Die Veneris, 12. Iulii; 1644
London. Printed for Edward Husbands. Iuly 15. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for raising moneys to be imployed for the maintenance of the forces under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax, Knight
[London]. Printed for Edward Husband. 1647. 16p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for raising of twenty thousand pounds amoneth for the relief of Ireland. 16 Februarii, 1647
London. Printed for Edward Husband. Febr. 24. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For securing of all those that shall advance two hundred thousand pounds for the service of England and Ireland. With the names of the trustees and treasurers for the raising of the same... 13 Maii 1647
London. printed for John Wright. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; for taking and receiving of the accomptsof the whole Kingdom. Together with the names of the Committee which are appointed for that service, who are to enquire of all misdemeanours touching the premises. Also, an Oath to be taken by every person of the said Committee before he enter into the said Office, before the Speaker for the time being of either Houses of Parliament
[London]. Printed for Edw. Husbands. Febr. 24. 164[3].

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the associating the severall counties of York, Lancaster, Nottingham, Bishoprick of Durham, Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmorland: and for raising of moneys by monethly assessments, for the maintenance of horse and foot, for safety and defence of the said counties
[London]. Printed for Edw. Husbands. 1645. 22p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the better observation of the LordsDay. Die Sabbati, 6. April. 1644
London. Printed for Edward Husbands. April 10. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the constituting of Sir Nathaniel Brent judge of the Prerogative-court of Canterbury
London. E. Husbands. Novem. 5. 1644. 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the contribution of thevalue of one meale in the weeke: towards the charge of arming and forming into regiments the auxiliary forces, now in raysing within the city of London and lines of communication. And for the better execution of the severall ordinances of the militia within these parts and places, according to the tenor of the same ordinances
London. Printed for Iohn Wright. 1644. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the county of Lancaster: And for ordaining a committee for transacting the affaires of the said county. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com
Husband, Edward
London. Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the Honorable House of Commons. Sept. 6. 1645. 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the establishing certaine rules and instructions to be observed by the commissioners of excise, the auditors in taking their accompt, the others imployed about the collection of the excise
London. Printed by R. Cotes and R. Raworth. (1644). (6) p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the establishing of the subsidy of tonnage and poundage, together with the Book of rates, from the 26. of March, 1648. untill the 26. of March, 1651... Die Jovis 16. Decem. 1647
London. printed for Lawrence Blaiklocke. 1647.