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Continuation of the Fourth Parliament, of
[Omiffons in TORBUCK's Edition, mark'd with
the ASTERISKS as before.]
HE Trial of Lord Strafford, Page 1. * The remark-
able Case of Mr. Peter Norris, 7-
on Secretary Jenkins thereon, 9. * Sir Robert Peyton ex-
pellid, 13. King's Speech, ibid. Grand Debate thereon
ibid. The Speeches of William Gee, Silas Titus, 11. Lord
Cavendish, 12. Ralph Montagu, 13: Sir G. Hungerford, 15
William Harbord, 16, J. B. (perhaps Colonel Birch) 18.
Sir William Hickman, Sir N. Carew, 19. Silas Tirus, 20.
Sir Francis Winnington, Sir Richard Temple, R. Mon-
tagu, W. G.21. P. Foley, 23. Sir F. Rolle, Sir G. Gerrard,
Sir H. Capel, 26. W...:27.
27. Lord Gower, 28, R...
29. Sir William Jones, 30. J. Hampden, 31. Lord Russel,
Sir W. Jones, 34. W.G. Sir E. Harvey, 36. G. V. 37.
The Address which was the Result of this Debate, 37. The
Speeches of Edward Vaughan, Sir W. Jones, on the said
Address, 41. Debate on the Bill for uniting his Majesty's
Protestant Subjects, 42. The Speeches of ... . ibid. D...
43. F. (perhaps Foley) 44. E. .. and .... 45.
relating to the Execution of Lord Strafford, and a Speech
thereon, 48. Sir R. Corbet's Report, relating to the Pro-
ceedings of the Judges, ibid. Resolutions thereon, 59. A
Speech on a Motion in Behalf of Judge Raymond, 60. Sir
Francis Winnington's Speech on Pensioners in Parliament;
Another of Silas Titus, 63. Resolutions thereon, ibid. Ars
*ticles of Impeachment against Lord Chief Justice Scroggs,
The Speeches of Sir T. Lee, 67. D. Finch,6%. Sir F.
Winnington, 69. H. Powle, 7o. P. Foley, Sir R. Temple
thereon, 72. Answer, and Petition of the said Sir William
Scroggs, 13; Debate on the Irish Plot, 74. The Speeches
of Sir W. Jones, ibid. Sir H. Capel, and B. Holford, there.
His Majesty's Message relating to Tangier, 79. The
Speeches of H. B. (perhaps Boscawen) 80. R. Montagu,
Sir H. Capel, 81. L. H. Lord C. 83. Sir R. Markham,
Sir W. Jones, 84 D. Finch, 85. J. B. (perhaps Ballery
85. G. Ý. Sir W.Pulteney, IG. Sir F. Winnington, 88.
Sir L. Jenkins, 90. Silas Titus, and L. Gower, 93. and
Sir R. H. 95, thereon. Resolutions against the Duke of York,
(one of which inot in Torbuck's Edition) ibid. Resolu-
tions against such as should lend Money to the Crown, 97,
* Farther remarkable Resolutions, ibid.' * London-Petition,
* London-Instructions to their new Members, 99.
of -Eflex's Speech to the King against the holding a Par-
Irament at Oxford, ibid. * The Petition he deliver'd, 100
The Oxford Parliament.
* The King's Speech, 101. * Two Speeches of the
Speaker to the king, 103. * The Chancellor's Reply, 104.
Debate on Printing the Votes. ibid. T'he Speeches of Sir J.
Hartop, Sir W. Cowper, ibid. Secretary Jenkins, X.
Boscawen, L. Gower, Col. M. and Sir F. Winnington, there.
on, 195. Debate on the Miscarriage of a Bill for Repeal
of 35 Eliz. &c. 106. The Speeches of R. Hampden, Sir
F.Winnington, Sir N. Carew, Secretary Jenkins, L. Gower;
106. Col. B. Sir J. Ernley, W. Harbord, Sir C. Musgrave,
D. Whorwood, 10%. H. Powle, R. Hampden, 108. Sir
F. Winnington, J. Trenchard, J. Stratford, Sir W. Jones,
109. H. Boscawen, W. Garraway, Sir R. How, Sir R.
Temple, 110. E. Vaughan, Sir H. Capel, Silas Titus, R.
Hampden, Sir T. Littleton, 111, thereon. Debate on Fitz-
Harris's Examination, ibid. The Speeches of Sir J. Hartop.
Sir W. Jones, Secretary Jenkins, Sir F. Winnington, Sir R.
Clayton, Secretary Jenkins, and Sir T. Littleton, 112, there-
Debate on Secretary Jenkins's Refusing to go with a
Message to the Lords, ibid. The Speeches of Sir T. Little-
ton, Sir G. Hungerford, J. Trenchard, Secretary Jenkins,
Sir W. Jones, 113. Sir H. Capel, Sir J. M. Sir J. Ernley,
114. W. Fleetwood, H. Boscawen, 115, thereon. Debate
on the Exclusion, ibid. 'The Speeches of Sir R. Clayton,
Lord Russel, R. Montagu, 116. H. Coventry, ibid. J.S...,
117. L. Gower, Sir J. Ernley, and J. B. 116. Sir F. Rolle,
Sir J. M. R. Hampden, and Sir J. Ernley, 119. Sir N.
Carew, 120. Sir W. Pulteney. Sir T. Littleton, 121. Sir
W. Jones, 123. L. Gower, E. Vaughan, L. Gower, Sir F.
Winnington, Sir J. M. 125. W. Harbord, and Sir F.
Winnington,. 126. H. Booth, Sir J. M. and E. Vaughan,
128. Sir H. Capel, Col. Legg, 129. Sir W. Courtenay,
Col. Birch, 130. Sir T. Littleron, H. Booth, 131. R. Hamp-
den, and H.. Coventry, 132. Debate on the Lords throw-
ing out the Impeachment of Fitzharris, ibid. The Speeches
of Sir T. Littleton, Sir W. Jones, 132. Sir F. Winning-
ton, Sir R. Howard, 133. Serjeant Maynard, 134. Sir Ť
P... Sir W. Jones, 135. Farther Debates on the Exclusion,
136. The Speeches of Secretary Jenkins, J.B. and Sir W. Jones,
ibid. Spectñes of H. Booth, afterward Lord Warrington,
137. For the Bill of Exclufion, ibid. Against Commitments
by Privy Council, 140. Against the Votes of Bishops in
Cafes of Blood, 144: Again ft Pensions in Parliament, 148.
For Parliamients and against Favourites, 151. On putting
certain Justices out of Commission, 155. For the Banishment
of Papilts, 157: Of the Corruption of Judges, 160.
[* King James's Parliament.]
(The whole Proceedings of which are not so much as
mentioned in TORBUCK's Edition.)
Lord-Keeper North's Speech, 164. Sir Jonn Trevor
chosen Speaker, ibid. King's Speech, 165. The late King's
Revenue granted for Life, 16; Earl of Argyle's Declara-
tion, ibid. The Vote of the House thercon presented to his
Majesty, 169. His Anfwer, ibid. 'The Speaker's Speech on
presenting the Tonnage-Bill, 170. King's Specch there-
upon, ibid. A Supply voted, 171. The Bill for Reversing
Lord Stafford's Atrainder, 173. A Message from the King
relating to the Supply, 176. Monmouth's Declaration burnt
by the Hangman, 176. Votes to lay a Tax on new Build-
ings, 177. A Meffage from the King demanding a present
Supply, ibid. The Bill for settling the Queen's Jointure, ibid.
The Report from the Committee, on the Supply, 178. The
Parliament adjourn'd, 179. Meets again, ibid The King's
Speech, 180: 'Debare thereon, 181: The Sentiments of Sir
Will. Clifton, Lord Preston, ibid. Lord Ranelagh, Sir T.
Clarges, 192. Sir "J: Ernley, Sir H. Cholmondely, Mr.
Coventry, Mr. Aubrey, Mr. Wogan, Sir W! Twisden, 183.
Mr. Seymour, Sir T. Clarges, Sir T. Meers, 184. Serjeant
Maynard, 195. Sir R. Temple, Sir W. Citron, Mr T.
Howard, Mr. S... Sir T. Clarges, 155. The Commons
Addrefs to remove Jealouses, with regard to Popish Recli-
fants, 186. Debate on the Supply, 188. The Sentiments
of Lord Campden, Sir J. Ernley, J. Courtney, Sir E. Jen-
kins, Lord Preston, ibid. Lord Ranelagh, Sir W. Clition,
Mr. Ewer, Mr. Wogan, Lord Castleton, Mr. Wyndham,
Sir W. FIoneywood, Mr. Christey, Col. Ashton, Mr.
Blathwayte, Sir T. Clarges, 190. Sir W. Twisden, Sir C.
Musgrave, Sir H. Cholmondely, Sir J. Williamson, Sir F.
Meers, Mr. Pepys, Col. Oglethorp, and Sir T. Clarges, 191.
100,000 l. vored, ibid. Farther Debates on the Supply. The
Sentiments of Sir J. Ernely, Sir D. North, Mr. Neale, Sir
R. Temple, 192. King's Answer to the Address, 193. De-
bate thereon, ibid. The Sentiments of Mr. Wharton, Mr.
Coke, Sir C. Musgrave, Sir J. Talbo, Sir H. Cholmondely,
Mr. Aubrey, 193. Lord Preston, Lord Middleton, Mr.
Sollicitor, Mr. Seymour, Sir J. Ernley, Sir T. Meers, and
Sir T. Clarges, 194. The Parliament disolv'd, 195. * Lords
Address to the Prince of Orange, ibid. • A fécond Address,
ibid. * Proceedings of the P. of Orange, 196. * His Speech
to the first Convention, 197. * Their Address to the Prince,
198. * The Prince's Answer, 199.
[The second Convention.]
* Mr. Powle's Speech upon being chosen Speaker, ibid.
* Prince of Orange's Letter to both Houses, 200.
Speaker's Speech thereupon, ibid. * The Address of both
Houses to the Prince, 201. * His Answer, ibid.
King's Letter to both Houses, 202.
* Debate on the State
of the Nation, ibid. * The Sentiments of Mr. Hampden,
Mr. Dolben, Sir R. Temple, Sir R. Sawyer, Sir R. Howard,
ibid. Mr. Garraway, Sir T. Lee, Mr. Sacheverel, Mr. Pol-
lexfen, Sir G. Treby, Mr. Sommers, Mr. Finch, Sir C. Mur-
grave, Sir E. Seymour, Lord Fanshaw, ibid. * Vore. the
Throne vacant, ibid. * Other Votes, ibid. Lords Amend.
ments to the Bill of Abdication, 204. The Commons Rea-
fons for Disagreeing with the Lords, ibid. Mr. Hampden's
Report of the first Conference between the two Houses,
205. A free Conference, 207. The Speeches of Mr. Hamp-
den, ibid. Mr. Sommers, 212. Mr. Serjeant Holt, 211.
Lord Nottingham, Mr. Serjeant Maynard, 213. Bishop of
Ely, Mr. Serjeant Maynard, 214._ Lord Clarendon, 218.
Lord Nottingham, 219. Sir G. Treby, 221. Lord Pem-
broke, ibid. Sir G. Treby, 223. Lord Nottingham, 225.
Sir G. Treby, 216. Lord Rochester, 227. Mr. Hampden,
Mr. Sacheverel, 228. Mr. Pollexfen, 230. Lord Claren-
don, 233 Lord Pembroke, Mr. Serjeant Maynard, 234.
Mr. Serj. Maynard, Lord Nottingham, 235. Mr. Sacheve-
rel, 231. Lord Nottingham, Mr. Sommers, 238. Lord
Rochester, Lord Clarendon, 239. Sir R. Howard, 241.
Lord Pembroke, Lord Clarendon, Sir R. Temple, 244. Sir
T. Lee, 245. Sir G. Treby, 246. Lord Pembroke, Sir G.
Treby, Mr. Serj
. Maynard, Sir K. Temple, Lord Pembroke,
249. Sir R. Temple, Lord Nortingam, 250. Mr. P. Foley,
Mr. G. Eyre, 254.
The Declaration of Rights. The
Tender of the Crown to the Prince of Orange, 258. Willi-
am and Mary Proclaim'd King and Queen, 259. Declara-
tion of the States of Scotland, ibid. The Manner of taking
the Scottish Coronation-Oath, 273 The English Coronation-
Oath, 274. * The King's first Speech to both Houses, 276.
* His Answer to the Commons Address of Thanks, ibid.