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Maeftricht befiegʻd and taken by the French, p. 32.
Maurice of Nallau, Prince of Orange, p.6.
Mons blockd up by the French, p. 112.
Munster, the Bishop of that place befieges Gronin-
guen without Success, p. 22, Makes Peace witly
the Emperor, pó 44.
St. Omer taken by the French, p. 89.
Orange, Princes of, their Pedigree, P. 2. See Wil-
Senef, the Battle fought there, p. 49.
States of Holland, therr. Answer to the King of
France's Letter, p. 108. They order their Pleni-
potentiaries to sign the Peace, p. 109,
Steps made by King Charles II. for the Restoration
of the Prince of Orange, p. 11.
William I. of Nassau, Prince of Orange, p. 3.
William II. of Nassau, Prince of Orange, p. &.
William III. (Henry) Prince of Orange, and King
of England, bis Birth, p. 8. He is depriv'd of his
Predecessors Dignities, p. 9. His noble Inclinati-
ons, ibid. His Sufferings, p. 10. His unfortu-
nate Education, ibid. He is made Captain and
Admiral General, p. 19. He repairs to the Army,
p. 20. He is made Stadtholder at Dort, p. 21.
And by the States General, p. 22. He befieges
Woerden, without Success, p. 27. He composes
the Differences in Friezland and Zealand, p. 31.
He besieges and takes Naerden, p. 33. As also
Bonn, p. 34. He is made Hereditary Stadthold.
er, p. 36. He besieges Oudenarde unsuccessfully,
p. 54. Takes Grave, p. 55. He refuses the so-
deraignty of Gelderland, p. 63. He falls Sick of
the Smal-Pox, p. 69. He opens to Sir William
Temple bis Design of Marrying the Lady Mary,
p. 72. He besieges Maestricht, P:75. Raises the
Siege, p. 76. He declares against a separate Tresa
ty, p. 82. His Project of a General Peace, p. 83.
He makes a vain Attempt upon Charleroy, P.94
He lands at Harwich, p. 95. His Match with
the Lady Mary
declar'd, p. 97. And confummg-
ted, p. 98. He returns to Holland, p. 101.
De-Wits, their Tragical End, p. 23.
A Ddress from the Middle-Temple to King James,
p. 8. From the Cuakers to the fame, p. 10.
From the House of Commons, p. 45. Of Thanks
for Liberty of Conscience, p.92.' of the Papists, p.
95. Of Glocelter and Scarborough, p. 132. Of
Carlisle, p. 166. Of the Clergy of Chelter, p.
184. Of the Commons to the Prince of Orange,
p. 397. Of the City of London, p. 207.
Afairs of Scotland, p. 47: Of Ireland, p. 153.
Of Europe, p. 193. Administration of Affairs gi-
ven to the Prince of Orange, p. 305.
Alarm (false) throughout all England, p. 290.
Albyville (Marquis of) bis Memorial to the States,
Argile, bis Rising and Defeat in Scotland, p. 13,
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20.
Army modell’d, p. 166. Refuses to forward the
Popish Designs, p. 185. New modell’d, p. 309.
Aflizes in the ivest, p. 32.
Arguments against a Standing Army, p. 42.
Affociation at Exeter, p. 251,
Bishop of London, bis Character, p. 76. Proceedings
against him, p. 77. King James's Letter to him,
ibid. His Letter to the Earl of Sunderland, po
78. He is suspended, p. 83.
Bishop of Chefter bis Speech, p. 115, 121. Ibe Ses
ven Bishops Petition the King, p. 160. dre
fummond before the Council, p. 161. Committed
to the lower, p. 162. Tried, p. 166. Set at Li-
berty, p.171. And acyuittod, p. 182.
Bishop of Rochester refuses to vã in the Eeclefiaftical
Commision, p. 185. The Bithops Advice to the
King, p. 207.
Bishops expostulared with about the Prince of 0.-
range's Declaration, p. 229.
Bishop of Exeter made Archbishop of York, p. 240.
Bonrepos arrives at London, p. 196. His Negotia-
tion is cross’d, p. 197.
Camp on Hounslow-Heath, p. 84-
Charles II. bis Death, p. 3.
Charters renew'd, p. 70.
Chetwood (Dr.) gives good Advice to King James,
p. 248. Refuses the Bishoprick of Brifiol, p. 313.
And the Peerage of Wçodhill,, p. 314.
Churchill (Lord) goes oder to the Prince of Orange,
Clarendon (Earl of) made Lord Lieutenant of ire-
land, p. 56. His Speech to Tyrconnel, p. 62.
Closettings, p.38, 165.
Coke's bold Speeeb, p. 46.
Commillion for Ecclesiajtical Causes, p. 74.
Conferences between Protestants and Papists, p. 86,
96. At Minden, p. 191.
Confultation held in the Savoy by the Pacifis, p.59.
At Lambeth by the Protestant Clergy, p. 156.
Convention meets, p. 319. Their Addrejs of Ibanks
to the Prince of Orange, p. 321.
Cornilh executed, p. 36.