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Burnet's account of Stern

9
ABBIES, plundered by the conqueror .... 463

meets Capt. Vratz at execution.. 18
Absoluteness, the degrees of .

...995

sermon before Stern's execution 38
Admiralty.jurisdiction, on seitling ........465

letter, on Cardinal Pole's Power, 148,
black book of

....... 466

153
Advocates, address to..

... 34
African Company, account of ......... 433, &c.

с
Alithophels, about English court

.....SI
Allen, William, on killing no murder...... 284 CALIGULA's disposition shewed

....... 304
Amsterdain, sects of religion at .

544 Calvinistic, the national religion of Holland,
Anabaptists, numerous in Holland ....... 545

545
Anguilla, English harassed at

518 Candislı, evidence against Duke of Norfolk 131
Antigua, descents upon it.. ................. ib. Capitulation of Luxembourg...

.... 107
Aphorisms on Ireland

311 Caribbea islands, on English forces there..516
Arches, triumphant, at the Hague ...533, 554 Carpinger, George, his preservation........ 80
Argyle, Earl of, his landing in Scotland.. 140 Casiles, increase of after conquest.......... 46L
Armies, when first regularly paid.......... 483 Cellier, Madam, her attempt at murder.... 51
Arminians, a Jesuit's remarks on........ 392

Mrs. on hospital for midwives.... 191
but few in Holland.... 545 Chaise Father La, against hereticks...... 922
Arnt's True Christianity.....
23 Chalybeats, the properties of

178
Artificers, address to

Chancellor of England, Jefferies becomes 309
Askew, Sir George, in West Indies....... .433 Charles, Prince, at bull-fight in Madrid.... 66
Atheling, Edgar, how' disliked....

S45
II. assists France...

1
*s superseded by Harold ... 457

professes Protestantism


Augustus, taxed all the world

483

tenderness to the Duke of York
Authority, low far from God, or man.... 301

ib.
of a king, differs from will .. • 360

papers said to be written by .159
Chese, Father La, on revoking Nantz edict 276

Children found, rules for hospital of ..194
B

Christopher's, St, a theatre ot' war.......... 517
Churchill, Expedition against

524
BANTAM, siege of, described

46

Lord, letter to Jaimes II. ......221
-, English favoured at........... ib. Clergy, English, degraded by Conqueror ..463
Barbadoes, state of planters there.. . 496 Cocoa, its early stare in Jamaica... .422
Barkstead, smothered Sindercomb.. ..306 Codrington, General, in the West Indies ..516
Bartholomew's, St. English land on ....... 519 Coleman's packets, some account of .. ... 309

surrenders to English .520 Coligni, acmiral, lis massacre........ ..394
Bastard, the great one....

.273

Collection, historical, on succesion, &c. ..271
Batavia, Durch there assist Tubanites...... 47 Colonies, advantage of to England ....... 427
Bear-baiting, a parable.. :

..... 547 Cominonwealths of Venice, &c. ...484, 488,491
Berhhamstead, submission to conqueror at 459 Contessor, Edward, happy reign of ........ 457
Bilson, Bishop, on resisting power..........36! Coningsmark, Count, his designed murder 16
Bishops, address to ..

33

a letter signed by.... 49
Blacks in the West Indies....................14 Conqueror, his rictory at Hastings.......... 453
Blasphemers, address to.....

34

• plunders monasteries, &c. ....463
Bononia, left by Viteli and Placidus....... 73 Conquest, of obtaining monarchy by ......335
Boul, black one of Adiniraliy

.4.16

·, Danish, too violent to be lasting 345
Boors, description of Dutch

597

-, calamities of a French one ...... 456
Borod zyck, George, his confession.. . 9, 161, 44 Conscience, Robin, reference 10...... ..... 45
Bosweli, Sir William's, letter to La'id...... 200 Consent, on foundation of Monarchy ......534
Bramhall, Bishop, letter to Usher.... . 201 Conspiracy, to betray Holland...... ...... 445
Brisons expelled by the Saxons ..

945 Constitution of England, liow dissolved 219
Broy hill, a creature of Cromwell's

201 Convention on government, a speech in ..918
Buil.bailing at Madrid...

60 Conyers, Faiher, his absurd story..........380

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Cornish, wheedled to a gibbet

...310
Cotton of West Indies, &c. ...... ..... 412, 420

GALLANTRY, in bull-fighting..........

Ginger, of West Indies.
Crequi, Marshal de, besieges Luxembourg 88

..412, 491

Godfrey, Sir Edmundbury, his murder....379
Cruissy: Colbert de, French ambassador 3, 5, Gondaniar, a statesman, how iinmortal ..391
.

Goree, island of, English arrive at..........539
Cromwell's death, a public benefit..........985 Government of England, Protestant reli.

- wanted requisites of a tyrant 292
Cruelties of French, to convert hereties.... 464

gion of...

211
how first established...

288
Cummin, Robert, destroyed at Durham.. 462

political, its distinction .321
Grand, Mons.le, his life, death, &c....281, &c.
Grasier, his rank in society.....

..409
D
Grisle, old, a description of..

...548
Guaiacum, how procured..........

423
DAGON, necessity of pulling down..........304

Guiney, on trading thither.

...434
Dangerfield, tempted to commit murder .. 50
Danish conquest, too violent to continue..345
David, on being appointed and elected king 289

H
his defence against Saul

327
, account of his guard
950 Hague, on transactions at

.........591
his case at Keilalı..

.357
Decass, comes to relief of St. Martin's ...523

, a description of it

594
Decemviri, un prosperous inanagement of ..302

triumphial arches at

533, 554
Harold, a perjured usurper ...

345
Denmark, its supplies

defeats forces of Norway
Dialogue of London orphans

......... 453
........451
Dilberen's Way to Happiness...

Helvoetsluys, a port of Holland .......546

9
Dionysius and Cromwell compared..

Henry 111. of France, bis inurder ..........394
..990
IV. do.

do.

ib.
his treatment of friends... .305
Disseuters caressed by the English court ..

Hickforth, a prophecy of his

131
Divine institution of monarchy

Holland, conspiracy to betray it .......... 4+5

334
Downing, Sir George, recalled from Holland 6

, example of not to be followed....513

, account of late voyage to..........331
Drake, Sir Francis, failure at Panama...... 497

Hollanders, their arıful policy

4
Drunkards, address to........

34
Dutcli, on their manufacture of sugar...... +32

-, disgust King of England.... 5
-, aware of hostinties...

6
; burning superfluous spices......

... 492 Holmes, Sir Robert, opposes Dutch fleet.... 8
Horneck Dr. An. account of Stern ........ 9, 19
visits Capt. Vratz.....

13
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Howard, family of ....

families from house of .......... 137
EDGAR Atheling, disliked by the people ..945

Howel, Mr. James, his loyalty....

59
Hugonots established Lewis XIV.

274
superseded by Harold....457
Edward, Confessor, his happy reign....

-, impolicy of persecuting.

....485

Husbandınan, his rank in society .......... 409
Ehud's dagger, on employing against a tyrant Hypochondria, cured by Tunbridge waters 185

298
Elective monarchy, what..

334
Elisabeth, Queen, roused the English.... .431
Encierro, or bull-baiting

I, J.

64
England, King of, wanted money..

6
Church of, answers pope's letter..247 JACOBITE's hopes frustrated

...456
succession of its crown ..... ...248 James, King, permits colonizing Virginia 431
Englishinen fight the conqueror's battles .. 461 Jane, Lady, her case of succession

...... 347
Essart, a German, acquainted with Stern .. 14 Idiots, deemed to be inspired ...........495
Europe, its present state examined .......... 235 Jefferies, Lord Chancellor, his confession..307
Eustace, St. attacked and taken

529

dismissed as Recorder of London 308
Excesses of monarch, how to be judged.... 332

... ib.

his examination..

...346
Excise, low advisable...

..498
Jehoiada's case of killing Athaljah

300
Executive power, vested in the king

........ 209 Jesuit's letter from England to Brussels....391
Exeter, prince of Orange enters.............. 216

remarks on Puritans..
Jesuits, their principles stated ......... ... 276
Jews, policy of taxing them...

.. 498
F
Impositions, religious, low injurious

...497

Indico, its produce and management .419, 49
FARIA, Franciscode, a party in murder.... 51

Indies, on a voyage from...

8
Features, on a similarity of....

John, St. a creature of Cromwell's
70

. 201
Fellow-commoner, speech of

Ireland, apliorisans about it....

.313
Ferp, Dr. mistakes about oberience ....

Ac, massacres of ...
344

384
Finsbury pettylower, Jifferies

Italy, its etteininacy..
309

490
Fire of London, &c. plots of papists...

Judges to West Indies proposed...

442
379
Fleetwood, a creature of Cromwell's

Juuginent, final, in politics

369
..291
Florence, Duke of, arbitrary imposts....

Jwe divino, claim of, disproved
..487

373
Flushing, a port of Holland.

Jurisdiction of Admiralty..

475
.546
Fox, George, his last will

.928
France, King of, conceals treacherous trea-
tics.

K.
3
his growing power....
doubts English aid

7
designs against England, &C....... 164

KEMPIS, Thomas à, Imitation of Christ.. 10
Kentish men, straiagem of.

460
- on its taxes

.........485, 456
Fraser, on passive obedience...................973

Killing no murder............
Frencia bear ward, account of ................518

King, subject to the law........

.359

..392

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378
Reoland's account of conspiracy. ...445
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LABOURERS, how they tax themselves.... 489
Lacy's account of Norfolk's arraignment.. 125
Land-tax, proposals for being equal... ..507
Law, Valerian, stated..

........297
above the king......

........359
Laws, executive power cannot evade.... ...210
League, triple, broken, &c... ..... .....2, 4
L'Estrange, Sir Roger, intrigues at Lynn.... 57
Letter of English jesuit to Brussels....
Lewis Xlll. inditferent to the fair sex...... 279
le Grand, a bastard....

976
XIV. lis ingratitude to Hugonots 274
Lignum Viia, low procured ..

423
Logwood of lest Indies

412
London, Jefferies a sworn enemy to ....... 308

-, Bishop of, suspended.. ... 310
fire of, a popish plot....

379
Londoners refuse support to Harold's bro-
thers......

459
Looking-glass, a new one...

400
Lucca, on its commonwealth

491
Lunaticks, deemed inspired

495
Luxein bourglı, diary of its siege

88
-, capitulation of

... 107
Lynn, Sir Roger L'Estrange's intrigue at .. 57

OBEDIENCE, its various degrees............998
, Passive, doctrine of disproved

973
Observator, on the Loyal
Oppressions of William the Conqueror....461
Orange, Prince of, expedition to England..213

arrives in Torbay ...215
his army described

....219
let:er from the Pope.... 244

&c. on crowning ........971
Orphan fund of London discussed ........451
Ostend, conspiracy detected at

.............. 446

391

..

P.

M.

...933

MACHIAVEL, on advantages of fraud ....290
Madon, Dr. Pat. on Tunbridge waters...... 176
Madrid, plaza, &c. of...

00
Magistracy, the end of

.303
Magistrate, on arming against... ... 36+
Majoto, Coun St. a trick of Primi...... ... 3
Malefactors, how taxed abroad.. ......499
Manley's present state of Europe
Marigalanta, plundered by the English.... 521
Mariner, his rank in society...

. 410
Maritime laws, advantages of

470
Marriages, clandestine, to remedy.. .....500
Martinet, his conspiracy....

.445, &c.
Martin's St. island, proceedings at...

....521
Mary, Queen, of Modena, her policy ....... 281

·, case of succession.. .......347
Massacres of Ireland, Paris, &C..... ...384
Maudlin college, a Jesuit seminary

310
Mechanicks, how tax theinselves

....489
Merchant, his rank in society

410
Merchants, Stern's address to

33
petition to Charles II.

...478
Midwives, on an hospital for....

191
Miner, his rank in society

410
Misers, to make them support the state.... 492
Mitrain, a kingdom in Java.....

47
Mixed monarchy, what

........333, 340
Molosses, how produced

417
Monarchis excesses of, how judgedi.. 932
will of, how far resistible

... 354
Monarchy, a treatise of.....

.391, de.
Monasteries, plundered by Conqueror 463
Money, not to be raised in value

... 497
Monmorency, Mons. de, his conspiracy ...282
Monipouth, Duke of, huw taken

123
Monopolies, improper for raising money .. 497
Morgan, Sir Henry, on conquering Panama 436
Moses and Egyptian, case of stated .... 298
Mularave, Earl of, letter to Dr. Tillotson..316
Murder, Stern's confession of ....

9
Muscovado sugar, how produced.

417
Muscovy, Duke of, his impositions 486

PANAMA, conquered by Sir Henry Morgan 436

Sir Francis Drake failed at...... 437
Papists, on banishing them

381
their continual plots

............. 385
Paris, massacre of ....

3-6
Parliament, on passing bills there ...112

-, Jefferies' revenge upon ... 309
Parliaments, mercenary, danger of ........363
Patience, no cure for tyranny

.303
Peasants, or boors, description of Ditch....537
People's good, if the end of government . .329
Piedmont, the massacre of.....

..38€
Piemento, how gathered..
Placidus, his history......

69, &c.
Plantation, aecount of sugar..

..416
Play-houses, &c. on taxing.

499
Plaza of Madrid

60
Plit against Cromwell, if pretended. 297
Plymouth, strange news from..

80
Poland, restraints on its king...

. 487
Poll-tax of Augustus ......

483
how necessary

....515
Pool, Cardinal, on his secret powers

.142
letter to the Pope

.154
Philip II.

..157
Poor collections, how improper ..

.497
Popery, on danger of.....

373
Porlock, on rumour of French there

...213
Portugal, on its taxes..

...483
Power, absolute, in Scotland, stated.. .....212
of governors, its extent ....

..30S
of princes, in a mixed monarchy ....340
Prescription or usage, on monarchy. ...335
Present state of Europe...

...033
Preston, Lord, suppresses Primi's book 3
Primi, Mr. L'Abbé, pensioned by Croissy.. ib.
in Bastile

...ib.
Prince of a mixed monarchy, liis power....340
Principles of a Jesuit, stated

.276
Prisoners, Stern's address to
Proctors, an address to....

34
Pattendorf's Monizambano
Puritans, a Jesuit's remarks on......

.992
their seitling in Virginia...........431

... 36

Q.
Quaker's remonstrance on Pupery............376

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NANTZ, edict of, if binding on Lewis XIV. 275
Nevis, a dreadfui mortality ar ........... ... 018
Norfolk, Duke ot, his arraignment ........ 125

- descent of Dukes of................ 136
Norway, forces of defeated by Haroid ... 458

RALEIGH, Sir Walter, on drollery

59
Ramboult, Mademoiselle, her coquetry .... 280
Ranters, Stern's address to

94
Rayon, Mons. supports conspiracy ..........446
Reasons for war stated
Remonstrance of Quaker ............

..450)
Resistance, whether lawful..

.S26, 331
Restitution and satisfaction, difference of 22
Rexone, or weapon in bull-fights

6)
Richelieu, Cardinal, his intrigues ...........98!

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Roger, the fidler, his life .................... 54 TASKIN, Tony, a nickname

58
Romans, masters of civil government ......483 Taxes, power of imposing.....................353
Rome, Pope of, letter to Prince of Orange..244

-, no charge..

...480
Rooke, Admiral, goes with King Williain to

on those moderate, though lasting 519
Holland ...

Tertullian, on common enemies....

..... 296
Ross, Bishop of. on Duke of Norfolk ........ 132 Thomas, Dalby, on West Indies............409
Rum, how produced ...

418 Thynn, Thos. Esq, his murder..... .......9, 11
Russel, wheedled to a scaffold
................310

-, enquiry of Vratz about 41
Tillotson, Dr. a letter to..
Tobacco, on cultivating....

.423
S.

Torbay, on Prince of Orange's arrival at....215
Trade, how improved in war.

.480
ST. JOHN, a creature of Cromwell's........291

improved by taxes ...

....490
Salgado, James, on bull-baiting

60 Tradesmen, address to.............
Samson's case of destroying the Philistines 299 Trimmers, character of .........

59
Samuel's ground for destroying Agag........ ib. Triple league broken, &c..

. 2,4
Satisfaction, different from restitution ......22 Trump, Admiral, waits on King William ...534
Saul, on being appointed and elected kug 249 Tuban, a kingdom in Jaya.........

.47
Saxons expelled the Britons...... ..345 Tunbridge, on its waters............. 176, 181, 184
Scotland, Earl of Argyle lands in ............ 140 Turks, their opinion of idiots, &C....

... 495
Seamen, Stern's address to................... 33 Tyrant, Aristotle's description of...... 292, 304
anciently enrolled..

Tyranis, enquiry into nature of....
Seville, Vitelli and Placidus come to... 76 Tyrrell, Capi. a brave English mastiff....... 552
Shaftsbury, Earl of, his life, &c......
Shame, how a person past it....

61
Shepherd, his rank in society.........

......409

U, V.
Simple monarchy, what..

.....938
Sindercombe, Mr. whether author of a plot 287 VALERIAN law stated...... ...... ...297
-, how destroyed

............306
Skelton, on sending to the tower...............

Venice, on its taxes.....

..48+, 488

Vice-Admiralties, ancient ones............ 466
Skippers, address to...
33 Virginia, on its colonizing.

...431
Sluys, treachery for delivery of

..445 Viteli, James, rescued froin assassins
Smyrna fleet, Dutch, attacked

.... 73
United Provinces, their taxes.....

.484
Soldiery, common, address to.....

37 Volunteer seamen, proposed privileges of.. 468
Sovereign, no force to be used against.......355 Voyage from the Indies, account of

80
Sound, on the toll of

.....487 Vratz, Capt. acquainted with Stern... 11, 17, 40
Spain, on its taxes....

...485, 486
refuses to confess.....

........20
Spaniards, on sitting the golden world

......430
letter to Stern ......

41
Spanish bear of 1588......

.........552 Usher, Archbishop, his prophecy......... .. 198
Speech of fellow.commoner......

....318
Spices, superfluous, on Dutch burning ....-492

Usurers, on contributing to the state....... 492
States-General, their insulis, &c....

1
Stern, Lieut. John, murder, life, &c...9, 10, 39

W.
letter to Dr. Burnet..... 23

his last meditations, &c. ib.
Stratford, Archbishop, canons on marriages 500

WALLROND, Colonel Henry, account of 448
Subjection, extent of

447

.330
Submission, measures of, enquiry into.. ....203

War preferable to an armed peace..... i n. 233
Succession of English crown.

Wealth, the nature of.....

. 106
... 248
monarchy, may be limited...337
Wedding, a she-one at Deptford

84
Successive monarchy, what......

West-India colonies, rise of, &c....

403
.....334
Sugar Plantations considered................. 411

Whites in the West-Indies..

.. 414
how first cultivated..

Will of a monarrlı, if resistible..............351

................415
work, expences of...

-differs from authority ....

360
..............418
Surinam, affronts of Dutch there......

William I. his title from King Edward...... 945
Swanescombe, the Conqueror surrounded at 460

, his victory at Hastings.......... 458
Sweden, on deposing a popish king...........225

Witt, Pensioner de, falls into a swoon...... 7
on its taxes.

......497
Synagogues of Jews, in Holland ..............545

Y.
YORK, Duchess of paper written by........ 16

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