viij. Sightly, that the professors of that learned faculty of ye
Civil Law, without wch this Kingdome cannot but suffer many
inconvenyences, may not find discouragement, and so desert
their studies and professions.
ix. Ninthly, that honor and profit, the powerfull incouragements
of industry, learning, and piety, may bee preserved, wth
out any farther diminution, to the Cleargy.
x. That you please sadly to consider the bleeding wounds of
our bretheren in Ireland, and wtu speedy succours indeavour to
preserve them, whereunto hys Maty hath promised a gratious
xj. Eleventhly, that you please to frame an especiall law for
the regulating ye Militia of this kingdom, so that the subject
may know how at once to obey both hys Matte and the howses
of Parliament, a law whereby may be left to ye discretion of
governors as little as may bee; but that the number of Arms,
and what measure of punishment shall bee inflicted on offenders,
may bee expressly set downe in ye Act, and not left to any
power; and that, according to ye presidents of former lawes, the offenders may not bee tryed out of ye County.
xij. Twelfly, that the pretious Liberty of the subject, the
Common birth-right of every Englishman, may bee, as in all
other poynts preserved intire, so in this allso; That no order of
eyther or both howses, not grownded on ye Lawes of ye Land,
may bee enforced on the subject, untill it be fully enacted by
xiij. Thirteenthly, that hys Maties gratious message of the
of January last, for ye present and future establishment of the priviledge of Parlyament, the free and quyat enjoying of our
estates and fortunes, the Liberties of our persons, the security
of the trwe religion professed, the marnteyning of hys Maties
just and royall auctoryty, the establishing of hys revenue, may
bee taken into speedy consideration : the effecting whereof will
satisfy the desires of all us hys faithfull and loving subjects.
xiv. Fourteenth, that all possible care may bee taken that
native commodities of the kingdome may have a quick vent;
and that clothing and other manufactures may bee improved,
wherein the livelyhood of many thousands doe consist; Aid
trade may bee so balanced that the importation doe not exceede ye exportation, wch otherwise will in tyme prove the consumption
of ye kingdome.