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(Vol. i. c. 29. p. 360 to 372.)?
CH A P. LX.
CH A P. LXI.
(Vol. ii. c. 30. p. 1 to 14; & c. 31. s. 3. p. 20.)
CHA P. LXII.
(Vol. ii. c. 31. s. 1. p. 15 to 20.)
Loyalty of the English Catholics during the Civil War and
C H A P. LXIV.
Addresses of the English Catholics on the Accession of
Charles the Second.–First Proceedings in their regard-Fire
of London-Oates's Plot
1.-- Addresses presented by the English Catholics on the
Restoration of Charles the second
2. Proceedings in Parliament upon the Catholic Ad-
3.— The Fire of London
4.–Lord Castlemain's Apology for the Catholics - 166
(Vol. ii. c. 32. s. 3. p. 31.)
6.-The Act disabling Peers from sitting and voting
in the House of Lords
(Vol. ii. c. 32. s. 4. p. 44.)
7.-Summary Review by a Protestant Writer, of the
religious Persecutions in England, from the
Reformation till the end of the reign of Charles
the second.-General Reflections on them ib.
(Vol. i. c. 29. s. 10. p. 376.)
C H 4 P. LXxy.
2,—Their mode of Instruction and Education
the application of the Catholics to Parliament, which produced
the Bill of 1791
1.–Principal public Men at this period
2.- State of the public mind at this time : -Gradual relaxa-
tion and final repeal of the Penal Laws in France
against the Protestants : - Progress of Civil Liberty
in England in consequence of the Bangorian Con-
troversy, and the Confessional :-Favourable result
to the Claims of the Catholics
3.-Applications to Parliament for a repeal of the Laws
requiring subscriptions of the thirty-nine Articles, 401
C H A P. LXXXVI.
(Vol. ii. c. 44. p. 279 to 295.)
3.—Their Charitable Establishment for the Education of
C H 4 P. LXXXVII.
Principal Proceedings of the British and Irish Catholics
between the years 1813 and 1821
1. The Resolutions of the Board of British Catholics in