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Treby (Sir George) bis Speech to the Prince of
Orange, p. 298 Tyrconnel. See Talbot.
Wales, (Titular Prince of) born, p. 164. His
Birth folemniz'd, p. 186. He is named James, Francis, Edward, p. 211. Extraordinary Council held about him, p. 212. Depositions in bis Favour, p. 213. Is convey'd into France, p. 265. Writs for the Meeting of a Parliament stopt, p. 206.
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