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Dangerfield is try'd and sentenc'd, p. 34. And
kiild, p. 35.
D'Avaux, (Count) bis Memorial to the States, p.
199. Difown'd by King James, p. 200.
Dubates about King James's Speech in Parliament,
Declaration for Liberty of Conscience, p. 90, and 154.
: Of tbe Lords and Commons asserting the Rights of
the English Nation, p. 354.
Denmark, fee Princefs.
Differences among the Papists, p. 146, &c. About
making the Prince of Orange King or Regent, p. 315.
Dutch Guards take pofleffion of Whitehall, p. 296.
Effects of the Declaracion for Liberty of Conscience
with the Presbyterians and the Church of Eng-
land, p. 93
Embatlie to Rome, p. 87. Coldly receiv’d, p. 88.
Fagel (Penfioner) bis Lettr to Mr. Stuart, p. 136.
To the Marquis of Albyville, p. 140.
Feversham (Earl of) arrested, p. 295.
French Protestants bountifully reliev'd by King James,
French Ambasador retires, p. 308.
Georgef Prince of Denmark ) leaves the King,
Herbert (Admiral) his Letter to the Fleet; p. 233.
Hough (Dr.) depríud; his Proteftation, p. 117. He
i is expellid, p. 123.
James 11. bis Acceffion to the Throne, p. 5. His
first Speech to tbe Council, p.6. His Speech to
the Parliament, p. 11. His Design of making
himself Absolute, and setting up Popery, p. 37.
Good Advice given bim, p. 38, and 24$. Hecasts
off the Mask, p. 39. He makes a Speech to the Par-
liament in anotber Strain, p. 40. His Letter to the
Scotch Parliament, p. 48. 'Character of his Mi-
nisters, p. 68. He sets up a Difpenfing Power,
p. 70. His Letter to the Bishops against Prcacb.
ers, p. 74. His Speech to the Council, p. 89.
Goes on bis Progrejs, p. 128. His Answer to
the Petitioning Bishops, p. 160. His Confternati-
on, p. 204. He has Recourse to the Bishops, ibid.
His Answer to the Lords. He goes to the Ar-
my, p. 245. Comes to Salisbury, p. 249. His
Letter to the Earl of Feversham, p. 267. He
is taken at Feversham, p. 293. returns to Lon-
don, p. 295. His Order to suppress Disorders,
p. 296. Goes to Rochester, p. 297. Émbarks
for France, p. 300. His Reasons for withdraw.
ing bimself from Rochester, p. 301. His Cha-
racter, p. 303. His Letter to the Privy-Council,
p. 322." And to the Lords and Commons, p.
Jefferies, bis Cruelty and Avarice, p. 33. He is made
Lord Chancellor, p. 34. Vain Endeavours to sup-
plant him, p. 149. He is apprehended, p. 291.
His Character, ibid.
Jesuits, their School in the Savoy, p. 96.
Johnson, bis Advice to the Army, p. 84. Sentence
against him, p. 86.
Ireland, a View of the Affairs there, p. 53, 312.
The Lords Petition for a Parliament, p. 244.
Letter from the Council of Scotland, p. 89. Threat.
ning Letters sent ta Persons of Quality by the
Papifts, p. 146,
Magdalen-College, Proceedings against it, p. 105.
Mayor of Scarborough tosi'd in a blanket, p. 201.
Methods w'd to obtain a complying Parliament,
Monmouth's Rebellion, p. 21. Proceedings of the
Court and Parliament against bim, p. 25. He
marches from Lyme to Taunton, p. 26. He is
routed. p. 28. His Letter to King James, po 29.
He is bebesdid, p.31. His Character, ib.
Morray (Earl of) bis Speech to the Parliament of
Scotland, p. 48.
Norfolk, ( Duke of ) bis Speech to the Mayor
Oates's Sentence and Sufferings, p. 10.
Orange (Prince of) offers to come to King James's
Asistance, p. 26. His Offer is refus d, p: 27.
His Opinion concerning the Repealing of the
Teft, &c. p. 135. He makes Alliances to coun-
tenance bis Design upon England, p. 189. Cer-
tain Nepos of his Design. p. 204. His Declarati.
011, p. 221. Addition to bis Declaration, p. 225.
He takes leave of the States, p. 226. Puts to
Sea, p. 227. Meets with a Storm, ibid. His
Letter to the English Army, p. 232. His
Composedness and Intrepidity, p.234. He puts
to Sea again, p. 235. He lands at Torbay, p.
236. Comes to Exeter, p. 240. His Speech to
the Somerset Gentry, p. 241. Leaves Exeter,
His Third Declaration, dated at
Sherborn, p. 258. His Answer to King Jaines's
Proposals, p. 272. His Declaration, p. 292.
He comes to Windsor, p. 294. His Mesage to
King James, p. 296. His Speech to the Com-
mons, p. 303. His Answer to the Lords and
Commons, p. 308. His Letter to the Conver-
tion, p. 320.
His Answer to the Convention's
Address. He and bis Princess are voted King
and Queen, p. 252. The Princess arrives from
Holland, p. 253. They are proclaim'd King
and Queen, p. 358.
Order to read the Declaration for Liberty of Con-
Science in Churches, p. 156.
Order of the Peers, p. 294. For the Quartering of
Soldiers, p. 210.
Ormond (Duke of) recald from Ireland, p. 53,
Leaves King James, p. 251.
Papists rejoice at the Prince of Orange's meeting with
a Storm, p. 228.
Pardon (general) p. 37. 206.
Parliament gives King James a great deal of
Money, p. 12. Is surpriz'd at his Speech, p. 41,
Is Prorogued, p. 47. Is diffolv’d, p. 127. De-
Sign to call another, p. 196.
Penn (William) bis Letter to Dr. Baily, p. 114.
Popery, Growth of it, p. 73.
Popish Plot, p. 10.
Popish Judges, Deputy-Lieutenants, &c. p. 126.
Prince of Orange. See Orange.
Prince of Wales. See Wales.
Prince George. See George.
Princess of Denmark retires from Court, p. 163, 255.
Proceedings of the Ecclefiaftical Commissioners in
gainst the University of Cambridge, p. 104. And
against Magdalen College in Oxford, p. 105, &c.
Proclamation for Liberty of Conscience in Scot-
land, p. 51. To regulate the Press, p. 135.
Recalling ibe English and Scotch from Holland,
p. 145. Against the Prince of Orange, p. 205,
Proposals fent by King James to the Prince of
Orange, p. 272.
Protestants furnd out of Employment, p. 94, 201.
Scotland, Affairs in tbat Kingdom, p. 47, 310.
Severities against the Protestant Clergy in Ireland,
Sharp (Dr.) Proceedings against him. His Cha-
racter, p. 77. His Petition, p.78. He is suspend-
ed, p. 83;
Sheridon, his Fall, p. 149.
Skelton bis Advices to King James, p. 27, 193.
Committed to the Tower, p. 200.
Skirnish at Wincaunton, p. 250.
Sommerset (Duke of) bis Disgrace, p. 125. His
Character, p. 126.
Sunderland (Earl of) bis Disgrace, p. 220.
Talbot (Colonel) new-models the Army, p. 55.
Made Earl of Tyrconnel, p. 56. Made Lord
Lieutenant of Ireland, p. 61. His Answer to
the Earl of Clarendon, p. 63. Vain Endeavours
to supplant him, p. 149.
Tennison (Dr.) bis Piety and Charity. He founds
St. Martin's School. His Conference with Pulton,
a fesuit, p. 96, &c.
Throne declar'd vacant by the Commons, p. 326.
Debates about it, ibid. and 327, 328, 329, &c.