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ALPHABETICAL INDEX,

TO THE SIXTH VOLUME.

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ACCOMMODATIONS, on an Office for • • 158

Addresses to Parliament of Paris 265

Admiralty off>cers iu Parliament 467

Aldersgatr, meeting of quakers there • • • 437
Ale and strong Beer, Vindication of • • • • 73-

Alehouse.keepers, duty of 126

Alexander VI. pope, dispute with • • • . S'.p,

Ambassadors, Knglish, answer to 256

Ambassios, on their utility 239

Amsterdam, few advocates there, and why 72
Anarchy, a character in the Drama • • . . 82
Andrews, lord mayor, letter to • • • • • . 275

Anti-normauism, the author of 175

Ariovistus assists the Sequanish Gauls • • • p8

Arithmetick, the utility of 144

Army, a word for it 65

*. , the elect init \"iQ

.proposals to general council of . »C80

-, English in the West Indies .... 372

Artificers, the duty of 124

Aits, a phtn for improving 143

- —, on teaching them to all 145

Ascham Anthony, on his death 236

Ashton, colonel, parley at Reading • • • • 21
Askenaz, father of the German nation . . • p3

Assembly-man, a portrait of 57

-.. , compared with Hugh Peters 64

Athcling, Edgar, England's darling • • • • 99
Aubigny, lord, slain at Edgettitl • • . . . 17
Auburn hill, iu Wilts, skirmishes there • * 23
Authority, the original of 112

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Barnstable submits to Parliament • . • • • 31

Barratry, what it is 118

Basil, a favourer of Socinus 362

Bayly and others expelled Ht Oxford • • • 13*
Bearblock. Mr, a proctor of the University • 53
Bedford couuty,on petitions from . • • • 305
Bedminster, near Bristol, Kay lor'• proces-
sion at •. -. ... . 425

Beer and Ale, Vindication of 73

Beifore, Sir William, his valour 17

breads through the King's aimy 33

Bellman, thu British one 1H1

Berry, colonel, an accountof 499

Beza's prayer for the Jews 449

Bishops, their ambition and excess .... 12

Blake's defeat of the Dutch CO9

Bodley, Sir Thomas, born at Exeter • • > • 51

— family of. (ltd to Germany * • • • 62

Sir Thomas, a proctor of University ib.

Bohemia, King and Queen of, receive the

English 10

Bonesus, his gluttony ...» 392

Boremau's Triumph of Learning 2y5

.—Prayer to suppress Heresy • • • 321

Boscobel House aud Oak, made an Asylum 248
Botauicum Theatrum, Project of • • • • • 145
Bouchiers, progenitors of Essex family • • 7
Bourdeaux. quaker's conduct at • » . . * 434

Brasiers, the- duty of W*

Broouus's army, Gauls the relics of • • • 105
Brent, Sir Nathaniel, Judge of Prerogative

Court **»

Brentloro\ account of attack there • • • 18, 19
Brereton, Sir "William,his conduct . • - • 189
Broil's Narrative of Jaws Council . • . -285
Brewer's Plea, or Vindication of stroug Beer 73
Bristol, Naylor's Procession near it • « • • 425
British words, ancient, many Greek ones • 217
Britons, the Saxons assistance to 9T

Curriers, the duty of .

Pace
. 123, 124

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DANIEL, the English historian . . . * . .99
Danish Intruders, of Teutonick race • • . 98
Davenant, Bishop, defender of Protes-
tants 305, 308

Davidis, Franciscus, dies in prison . * • • 363
I'eacon, John, Account of Naylor, &c. • . 424
Declaration against Stuarts, the Protector's 420
Desborough, Colonel, an account of * • • 4y0

Designing recommended • . • 144

Devereux, Sir Walter, created Earl of Essex . f

Dieppe, Charles II lands at 25*

Directory, a character in irama,.... 81, 88
Disborough, a Quaker, some account of • 43T
Discovery, ship, burnt at Jamaica • > * • 387"
Dissenting Ministers, Vindication of • • • 12J
Domingo, St. English proceedings there • 379

Hr.mir.ius, Ins sudden death 392

Drawing recommended ..•••••• • .144

Drovers, the duty of 125

Drunkenness condemned •••••• •••78

Dury's Case of Conscience resolved .... 438

Dutch defeated near Calais £69

Dutron and Wilks, how treated by Presby-
terians .... 189

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BritoM.Uvs of. iqbrert'.d and restored, &c.2l6

Broghil, lord, account of 496

BrownV Old Pharisee 344

Bruce. King Robert his chequered life • .«fil
Bullen, Anne of, severe remark on • • • -514
Burleigh, lord treasurer, favours Bodley • 54
Butchers, account of their duty, &c. 123,124,126

CADIZ, expedition to 10

Citlvin, a Lettcrof his ti Socinus - - -.359
Cardiff, the ship, sails from Jamaica • • -388
Castle-Bay, in Barbadoes, English army at . 377
Catharme, queen, retires to Kymbolton . • 514

Ciusb>im lull, near Reading 2o

-bridge fight 21

Cecil), Sir Edward, created Viscount Wim-
bledon 10

Champerty, what it is 118

Chard, forces joining Essex there 30

Charles the Groat erected schools with

churches 305

I. his ghost at Windsor 500

Cheshire cavaliers blamed 10/3

Cheynell.head of St. John's. Oxford - • . 13 5
Chidley,Samuel, on punishing theft • •, • flf2
Children punished tor their fathers • • • -521
Chmelrica, Synod of, opposer of Socinus in 368
Church, what done by rebels for ... * 38

-—. , no pro'ectie-n against murder • > • 246

Cirencester, standards t'iken there • • • * 23
Civil officers of Scotland in parliament « -468
Clanrickard.Earl of, Essex' father in law • • 6

Claypole, lord, account of 495

Clonmell, on takin« it ......... -236

Cloth-makers, the duty of 124

Codrington, Robert, life of Essex 5

Committee for regulating Law, Proposals

to 289

Commons, House of, curious address to • . 45

-Speech in 5^2

Commonwealth, what makes a happy one • l6o
Conqueror, Name of, detested •' . • • 101,103
Conquest of England, not defensible * . • 177

, laws altered after it 216

Conscience, cases of, resolved • • • • 196,438
Consistory, of Piesbyters, in the Drama • • 85

Constable, on his duty 120

Conventicles, if lawful to frequent them -311

Cooper, colonel, an account of 50o

Coopers, the duty of 125

Corbett's Speech in the House of Commons * 36
.——, appointed University Oratoi at .

Oxford. • . . . * 135

Cordwainers, the duty of 123

Cornish, his advancement at Oxford . • . 135

Cornu Cooia, a Miscellaneum • 540

Coroner, the duty 120

Corruption of English Laws 212

Covenant, Articles of solemn League and . 131
Covenanter, Vow of, a discussion on • • • 2n8

Council of Jews, Narrative of 225

~———State. Chidley's petition to • • 230

: Cromwell, Salaries of, &c. • • 460

Crab. Roger, the English hermit 390

Cracovia, treatment of Socinus at • • • . 366

Cromwell, Lady, and Queen Fairfax * 136, 139

, Lord General, Speech in 1653 • 331

, Salaries, &c. of his council- • • 460

, Oliver, dissolves late parliament 485

- , his complaint ofinjustice, 53

.7— , Richard, an account of • • . • 488

Crytn?Sin, a cry against • 272

(Juckows, cannibals, described • • • 4 • • 137

EDGAR Atheling, England's darling • • • 90
Edge-hill, King's forces, and battle there • 16

Education of poor, thoughts on 144

Edward, St. his Ghost 90

last rightful English King 100,103

. .the Confessor, laws of 218

Elwayes, executed on Tower-hill * • • • . *9
England's establishment in honour - • « . 175

, New. treatment of Quakers there 435

English subjects, rebels services for • « • • 41

- . -—. A member of Teutonick nation « * * 9* , Plain, the author nf ••••••• 175

. Laws, corriapiion of • . • • • • • 212

1—, Rule of faulty ones • - - . 219

Erbury, Dorcas, examination of .... .433
Ergastulum literarium, project of • • • 153
Essex, Robert, Earl of, his life and death • . 5

~, Countess of, seeks a divorce .... 9

, Colonel Charles, mortally wounded 17

——, Earl of. officiously injures Sir T.

Bodley 55

Eustatliius. uame of, its abuse 60

Ewre, Lord, an account of 504

Exchange, an accident there 325

Exeter, King halts at, for provisions • * • -32

, Sir T. Bodley born at. 52

Extortion, what it is • • • • • 118

FAIRFAX, Sir Thomas.commander in chief 34
- .— ., and his army, an accouwtof • • • 186
———, Queen, and Lady Cromwell • 136, 1*)

Falshood, conquered by truth 205

Faulconbridge, Lord, an account of • « • .495
Felonies, publick or private, nature of 114, 116

Felony, misprision of 117

Fieunes, commissioner, an account of • *489

, Mr. John, ditto 503

Fish, on regulations about 126

Fleetwood, l>eut. gen. account of 490

Florence, court of, Socinus 12 years there . 3(>1

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CAULS, the Sequanish, are assisted • • • . 98

Geography, utility of knowing 144

Geometry, Sec. the knowledge of enforced • 146
Germanicus, opposed by the Britons • • • • 99
Germany, family of Bodley retire to • • • • 52

Ghost, St. Edward's 90

Gloucester, summoned by King Charles • • 22

—' relieved by Karl of Essex • • • 23

Glyn, Chief Justice, account of 494

Godbold, Grab's deuication to • • • * • .393
GoJF, Colonel, an account of * • * • • • 499

Government, original rules of 214

Governors, &c. in parliament 469

Greeks, religion of, described 227

GrenviHe, Sir Richard's, house stormed • • 31

Guildhall, on plate brought to 13

Gymnasium mechanicuni, project of . • • 146

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Institution, general, for education • • 141, 146
Instrument for copying, account of • • . • 141
Inveutions, a century of * ....... .405

Joab, his sanctuary ho protection 244

Jones, Colouel Philip,an accountof • • - • 493

John, ditto 501

Ireland, how neglected 192

Jubilee, at Rome, account of . •*.-.. * 22tf
Judges, at Old Bailey, Chid ley's letter to • 278
Jury, trial by, a Danish custom * . • • * sit

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HAGUE, SirT.Bodley's embassy to]- • • 53
Hail, dreadful storm of in Norfolk • • • . 422
Hammond, godson ^Pembroke and Mont-
gomery •" - . . . 134

Hampden, Mr. an account of • 504

Hare, Jo. author of England's establish.

meat • . 175

Harold slain, consequences of 101

-, not England,'conquered 179

Harris, appointed head of Trinity college • ]35
Hartlih, Mr. Samuel, \V. P.'s advice to -141

— . .----. , Address to the Jews 438

Ilazlerigg, Sir Arthur, account of • • . • 505
Hell, precedency io, dispute about . • > '• 529
Jlengisrus, prince, repressed the Scots • • • 98
Henry VIII. his ghost at Windsor • • • • 509

Heresy and Heretick, what 307

Hermit, Crab, the English one 390

Itewson, Colonel, or Lord, account of • • 497

Hooywood, Sir Thomas, ditto 503

Hopkins and Sternhold favoured by Assem-
bly 61

Howard, Colonel, an accountof .... .496
Hubbard, Sir John, ditto ....... 503

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JAMAICA,English proceedings there . • • 385
James, King, speech in Star-Chamber * . • 224
Jewel, Bishop, triumph over Harding • • - 303

, Jews Council, narrative ofone 225

, whether to be received by Christians 438

-*——, narrative of proceedings about . . -445

, Beza's prayer for 449

Ignorance vanquished by learning .... 295

lmbracery, what it is 118

Impostor, grand one, examined 424

Independents supersede Presbyterians • • 80

Indexes, for Vellus Aureum 15*

Indians, conversion of 453

Ingoldsby, Colonel, account of 498

Injustice, Cromwell's complaint of - • i. • 529

LACY.Captaiu, slain at Brentford .... 18

Lanccston, yields Lo parliament forces • - - 34
Lane. Mrs. accompanies Charles II. • . • .258
Langley, head of Pembroke college • . . .135
Language, Teutonick, copious and diffusive • 98
Law regulators, Chidley's letter to - . • -286
Lawrence, Henry, account of ..... . 4gg

Laws, rebel services for 39

, on written and corrupt ones .214, 215

, Discovery, errors and abuses in • • • 328

Lawyers, little use for in Holland 72

—• , on their corrupt interest • . . . ggg

, assembled about the Jews -... 45^

—. , in Cromwell's garbled parliament 46i

Laymen, if lawful to preach ....... 3jg

League and Covenant, the solemn one • - 131
Learning, Triumph of over Ignorance • - . 295
————, Schoels of, Vindicated - . • -. -29a

Leather, searchers of, their duty . . . . icy
Leghorn, letter from, about Jews • • . . 45x
Leicester, Earl of, an enemy to Es3ex . ....7

Lenthall, William, an account of .... .405

Lightning, dreadful, in Norfolk 423

I.ilburn, Captain, taken prisoner 13

Lindsey, Earl of ditto t-

Lisle, Lord Viscount, an arcount of... . 40,5

, Commissioner, ditto 4X4

Liturgy, a character in the Drama . . . . gj

, his bold spirit * • . • 85

London, city of, subscribes for war • • . . to

Lords, address to house of 2n

ttheir negative discussed nj

Regicides, account of 138

, House of, in late parliament • . . .433

Lofimers, their use to an Assembly-Man • .62
Lubiin, disputes in the Synod there- . . .365
Lyme, siege of, raised by Earl of Essex . . .30
Lyous, Socinus retires to 3«|

MAGt>ALEK'coiIege, Essex a member of. . 5
Maidenhead, approach of Rupert's force to • IO

Malt-makers, their duty J2t

Manasses Ben Israel, Proposal of Jewi . . 458
Manuiactures, on teaching generally . • • 145
Mar-prelate, Martini, a prohibited pamphlet 8
Market, cleik of, his dm v ........ 121,

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-City in danger of a siege • . •
-Sir T. Bodley's partiality for •
—Manchester ed, an account of •

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Marriott, of Gray's Tnn, tlie great eater

Mars, or Tuisco

Marshall, favour to Se.igwick • • • • •

• .93

. -64
- 178

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Masscy, Colonel, defence of Gloucester

Maximums, hi* gluttony

MeUncholicus Mtrcurius,on Cuckow's nest 136
Members excluded from Cromwell's parlia-
ment • « • *5T

Memoiials of Parliament, monstrous • • • 263
Menaudcr's Thais, St. Paul's quotations from 63
Merchants assembled about the Jews • • • 451
Middleton, Colonel, attacks King at Dor-
chester 21

Millers, on their duty 127

Ministers, Dissenting, excuse from Regi-
cide l!y, 132

Misprision* of felony and treason • • lit), 117

Monasteries, on plunder of 517

Moneyless, a character in the drama • • • 83
Moutross, Marquis of, his execution • • • 234

Moou, voyage to it 53

Moore, Thomas, remarks 512

Morion, a nursing father to the church • • 304
Mosely, Sir Edward, trial for a rape • 46, 50

———— « Charles II. removes to 253

Mountague, Colonel, aceouut of 493

Munroe, Colonel, slaiu 17

Oldsworth.Michael, en chancellor ofOxford 135
Oliver's Parliament! excluded members . . 457

Onsloe, Sir Richard, account of 50S

Ordinary, clerk of his duty 121

Ovtrbury, Sir Thomas, poem of the Wife . 9

Overseers of poor, their duty

highways, ditto

Ouseley, Sir Charles, account of
Oxford, Earl ef, in Holland

NAMES ofMarquis ofWorcester'sTnventions 405
* Persons for House of Loius • • « 488

Naples, number of pilgrims there 22B

narrative, Second, of Cromwell's Parlia-

ment 482

Naudieus, Gabriel, on Cardinal Mazarine's

library 565

Navy officers in Cromwell's Parliament • -467

N'aylor, James, born at Wakefield 425

account of his life 435

Negative voice, the King's, in Parliament • 112
Neustrians.the dross ofGallkk nations • 100
Newbury, battle of, and persons slain • • 24, 26

the Jews killed there . 193

"Newcastle, seized by the scots 12

Nicholas, Edward, letter to intercepted . • 19
Nicholls, Anthony, account of the army . • 67
Niemojevius, mostly assents to Sociuus • • 366

Nile, observations on its Rowing 227

Norfolk, dreadful stoim in 422

Norman yoke uncased 175

Normauism, an impure mixture of language 99
Normans subverted the Saxon laws • * • . 210
Northumberland, Earl of, treaty for peace

proposed > 18

Norwegians, the dross of Teutonick nations 100
Norwich, vast damage there by a storm • - 422
Noscomium Academicum, project of . . . 146
Nuntius a mortuis, news from the dead • « 508
N usances, on enquiry about • 127

OATH of dissenting ministers 131

of members of late Parliament . . . .433

Offences, enquiry, into, at assizes 114

Omre.of Publick Address discussed . . . . 15H

Officers, publick, enquiry about 119

—-—— military in Cromwell's carbled
Faruainent 483,463,4GB

PACK, alderman, account of •"• * • • 500
Palaologus, Jacobus, assailed by Snrinus • 363
Palmer, appointed head of All Souls college 135

Sheldon'd by the heels 136

Pantaleon's narrative of accident 325

Papists charge puritans with Gunpowder

plot 130

Paragon, ship, burnt near Cape Florida • -389

Paris, on the English there "6

., Addresses to Parliament there • • 265

Parliament, refuse farther treaty ..... 19

, visitation of a sick one • • • • 44

,as their ordering money & plate 130

, regieide, members of 138

—. , on choosing Cromwell's • • . 454

, Queries on late one . • • • • . 471

, Lords House of, described • • 4b3

.—-, late one,dissolved by Cromwell 485

Paulet, Mrs. Elizabeth, married Earl of
Essex 1 ..... 11

Pembroke and Montgomery, Earl of, dis-
carded W

Speech at Oxford 134

Pendrill family, their service to Charles 11, 248

Perjury, what it is

Peters, Hugh, a word for the army • •

Pewterers, their duty • •

Pharisee, the old one

Phylacteries of Presbytery, new ones •
Physician, qualifications for institution
Pickering, Sir Gilbert, account of • • -

Picts harass the Britons

Pierce, Bishop, on hispreachiog • • .

Plague at Westminster

Plymouth garrison relieved

Poor, on education of ........

Power, the original of

Preachers assembled about the Jews •

Preaching, Scripture rule of

Prelates, on their intermeddlings • • >

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Premunire, nature ofthe offence • • 114,115
Presbyter, Sir John, arms of ...... . 524

Presbyterians subdued by Independents « 10

Character of • • 184

Presbyters, consistory of • • 65

- . , Time-serving, stated 138

Pride's Proposals to Council for Army • * 272

, Colonel or Lord, account of • • • «49ff

Protector, his declaration agamst theStuarts4?0

, queries on his government « • .506

, his false assertions on tythes « .507

. -, his argumeuts against single go-
vernment 325

Prynne, observations on his speeches . . » 66

- .— —, his confessions I78

Publick Address, office for, farther discus-
sed 158

Puritans, charged with gunpowder treason 130
rutney, bridge of boats there It

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QUAKER) James Naylor, a grand imp»stor424
Queries, on violating Privileges of Parlia-
ment 458

- . —state of late Parliament • • .471,476
———Protector's administration • • • . 506

— .■— --' . — arguments ...... $28

RALEIGH, Sir;Walter, disclaimed Essex'*
death 7

address to an English jury 224

Heading, besieged by Earl of Essex - . • • 20

'——, when and how far useful .... 1*4

Reformation, Rebels services towards • • - 41
Regicide, on charging dissenting ministers

with 129

Regicides, lords, account of 138

Registers of various matters * J 64. 166,1(38,171
Regulators, Law, Childley's Letter to • • .286

Religion, Rebels services for 37

————, Conformity in, a Pandora • • . .258
Renymeed, St. Edward's laws sanctioned at my
Reynolds, his advancement at Oxford • . 135

Roberts,Sir William, account of 501

Rochester, on being laid open 195

Romish religion, most odious to the Jews • 233

Rou-e, Mr. account of 492

Rumford, petition from 187

Rupert, prince, attacks forces at Brentford • 118
_..... —-—retires towards Maidenhead IK)

i. -„... .- —attacks rear of Essex's march 27

Rusiel, Sir Francis, account of 502

SALT ASH, &c. submit to Parliament • • 31
Sanctuaries, no protection for murderers • 242
Saxons, laws of, subverted by the Danes • 216

Scantlings of Inventions 405

Sciences, on teaching to all ranks .... 145
Schools of Learning vindicated .... -__. 298

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Scotland, officers of, in Parliament • • 466, 4ti8

Scots harass Britons • • • * 98

defection of, was Charles I's ruin • • 5l6

Scottish PolitickPresbyterslaiu 80

Scythick nations only to be compared with

English 93

Sccurinius maintains opinions of Socinus • • 365

Sedgwick, his favour to Marshall 64

Selden, Mr. repartee to the Assembly • • • 58

Sene, Socinus born at • • 856

Sequauish Gauls assisted 93

Servetus burned at Geneva 359

Sheldon imprisoned at Oxford i35

Sheriff, the duty of • 119

Shoemakers, the duty of 123,124

Shrewsbury, King's refusal to receive pe-
tition 15

Sidney, Sir Philip, account of 6, 8

TANNERS, the duty of J2S

Taunton-Castle taken by Parliament force * 31

Deane, petition from 137

Temple, Capt. attacks King's forces at Islip 29
Tentones, the most soldierly nation * • . 94

———, their various branches 95

Teutonick blood, our Saxon ancestors • . • 97

language, copious and diffusive • 98

Text, how an Assembly-man butchers it • • 62

Theft, on punishing with death • 272

Thomas, Mr. Edmund, account of 502

Thorpe, Serjeant, charge at York assizes • 106

Thunder, dreadful, in Norfolk 422

Tichborn, Alderman, account of 500

Tile-makers, duty of -125

Toll-gatherers, their duty 122

Trade and Traffick,-the nature of • • • ► • 257

Tradesmen, college of . . • • . 146

Trained-bands of London, &c. prepared • * 16

. join Earl of Essex • . 27, S3

Treason, tlie species of offences • • -114,115

Misprision of, what 116

Treaty on the 36 articles of 263

Trespasses against the peace 114,117

-Henry, governor of Ireland
ikippon, Major, covers rear of Parliament's

army

'-- .— his firmness and courage • •

governor of Bristol

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Soeini, family of, danger from his bereay «

Truth, its Triumph over Falshood
Tuisco, or Mars, explanation of • • • .
Turner, Mrs. accountof her arts • . •
Tuscany, Duke of, employs Socinus • .
Tythes, Protector's false assertions on

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TARNET, Sir Edward, slain T7

Vavasor, iieut. colonel, taken prisoner • • to.
Vaux, the true emblem of a Jesuit • • • 305

Vellus Aureum, project of a book 153

Veronensis £mihus, a French historian 100,179

Victuallers, the duty of 125

Vivile, Marquis of, his death 24

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