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cefler,

where

begrfl

met

with

force

of

the

Anàbaptilts,

p.4o;q'.i,

then

he

aturoo

to

Kid

-

derminfter,

where

a little after,

force

of Effexes Arm yuarter'd

:

but

they

retiring

before

a

part of

the

Kings

Army,

and

he

fording

the Rabble furious thought

not

his

flay

fife, and

went

with

the

Effexians

to

Worcefter, p.

42.

O

&ober

the

z

;d,

1640.

the day

of

Edge

-hill

Fight

be

preach

at

Alceíter

; and

the next day went

to

fa

the place

of

Batte,

p.43. after

thin

he

went

to

Coventry

s.

where

be

miaowed ayear,

preaching

.to.

tbe

Town

and Garrifon,

p.44.

he

went

With

fo

neCountry

G,$ístlemon

to

Wemm

ad

other

places, de-

figning

to

leave

Coventry

;

bat

foon

return'd

tbitlèr

again

;

and

f

o?'d.

;here another

year,

having

much trouble

from

Separatins, Anabaptifts,

and

Antinomïans,

p.

4s.

Of

the

,laying

the

Earl of

Effex

allele,

and

*new

modelling

the

Army,

p. 47.

Of

the

Scotch

Covenant.

How

far

Prelacy

was

abju

d

in

it

as

it was

explained

by

the

Afembly

ofDi-

vines,

p. 48. of

Cromwell',

botereft, in the new modeled Army

-,

and she

chase

of

the

old Caufe,

p.49.

the Fight-

at Naleby

and its Conf

efuences,

p.go.

an Account of

bit

tuft

;easing

into the Army

prefontly

after

that

Fight;

the Principles

and

'Temper

he

,hen

found

prevail

amongft

them,

p.

qo,'s

t. How

be

became

a

Chaplain

to Col.

W

halley'o Regiment,

and

upon

what

grounds

and

confederations,

p.sz.

how

ftrenuonflly he

fit

himfelf

to

oppofe

the

Setaries

in the

Army,

p.

s

;.

An

Account,

of

the

feveral

.Marches

and

mofì remarkable

A

&ions

of

the

Army,

while

he

continued in

it,

from p.S4.

to

p. 58.

[

An

Account

of

a

Doute

be

maintained for an

whole day together

with

force

of

the Sectaries

of

the

Army, in

the

Church

at Agmondelham

ill

Buckingharirfhire

,

p. 56:

]

Hia

fcéneß

fore't

bin

to

withdraw

from

the

Army; retiring from which,

he

afterfeveral

remove,,

return:

to

Kid

-

derminfter,

p. 58. A

further

Account

of

the Proceedings

of

the Se

&äries after

be

left

the Army,

and of

Oliver's

intreagues,

p.s9.

An

Account

of

the

King's treatment after

be

delivering himfelf

to the Scots,

till

be

was forc't

to fly

to

the Ifle

of

Wight

, p.

6e, 6r.

of

the

Treaty

that

war

on

foot

with

the King while

be

was

confrs'd there

; and

the

Di-

Pure

between the Kings

and ParliamentsDivines

concerning the

Point of

Epifcopacy, and

ha

yudgment

about

it,

p.62.

What

folov%d

afterwards

till

the King's

Tryal

and

Execu-

tion,

p. 6

;.

Of

the

Engagement;

his

judgment of it

and

Preaching again

ft

it, p.64.

What bindred

Cromwell's

advancement after the

taking

off

the

King

,

p.

65. of King

Charles

the

Second his being

forc't

by

the Seats

to

take

the

Covenant,

before they

would

admit

him

to

the

Suecefon; and bit .judgment

thereupon

,

p. 66.

Of

the

Order

of

the

Rump

for

all Minigers

upon

pain

of

Seguefiratien

to

pray

to God

for

fusee;

for

the Army

advancing againfi

the Scots,

and

to

return Thanks

for

their

Pillories; and

hie

Pralice

a-

bout

it, p.66. Of

the

trouble

of

the Presbyterian Minigero

in

London

on account

of their

adherence

to

the

King

; and .Mr.Love's Tryal,.

p.

67. of

Cromwell's

march

into

Scot-

land,

and

his

Pillory

there

;

the

King's march into

England,

and

the

Fight

at Worcefter,

p. 68,

69.

of

what

folow'd

after, till

Cromwell

became

Proteftour

:

and the,yudgment

of

the generality

of

the

Minigers

as

to

the point

of

Submilfom

to

him, p.

70,71.

of

the

Triers

of

Minigers

chofen by

Cromwell,

p.

72. of

the

Affembly at

Welimin(ter,

p.

7i-

Of

the

feveral

Sells which

ffirang up in

theft'

times.

Of

the

Vanille. Sir

Henry

Vane's Cha-

rade,

P.74,75. Of

the

Seekers and

Ranters, p. 76. of

the

Quakers

and Behmenifts,

P. 77. of

other Seel

Mallets,

as Dr.

Gell,

Mr.

Parker,

Dr.

Gibbon,

&c. p. 78.

From publick

he

then pages

to

his own perfonal

Affairs.

And

gives

a

full

Account

of

the

Se9uegration

of

the

Living of

Kidderminfter,

p.79.

An

Account

of

his

ileeß

after

his

return

tbitber,and

offiveral

Anfwer,

of

Prayer

with

reference

thereto; as

alfo

with

reference

toothers,

p.8o,8

r,8z.

A particular

account

of

bin

laborious

work and

diligent improve-

ment

of

his

time

to

the beg

advantage

in his

Mages

fervice while

at Kidderminíter,p.8

;,

the

great

fueeefl

of

his

Minißerial

Labours

among/b

that

People,p.84,85.

Hit

great

advan-

tages

,n

order to,

and in

all this fervice,

p.86,87,88,89,90.

The Church

Difcipline

kept

up there,

p.9

r,e.xc.

the

difference

that

arofe

between

him

and

Mr. Tombs,

and

their publick

Difpute

at Bewdley,

p. 96.

Cromwell's

Death

and Cbarafter, p. 89.

Of

the fatting up

and

depofing

of

Richard

Cromwell

;

with

a

Conjure upon

it, p.xoo, o r.

on

which

occafton

a general

Account is

gi-

ven

of

the Se

&arfan Party

then

grown rampant, p.1

o2,&c.

Of

Monk's

coming

to

regore the

King,

p.eos,&c.

A

large

account

of

his

fevered

Books

and

Writings.

The octagons

of

them,

and

the oppogti-

an made

againg

them,

from

p.ro6.

to

p.124.

Ageneral

Cenfureof

his

ownWork,,

p.124.

seCamparifon between

bes

younger

and

his

ri-

per

years

An

account

of bit

Sentiments about

Controverfial

Writings

; His

Temptations

and

Difficulties

;

molt

confiderable

improvements;

and

remaining defette

,

from p. 124.

to

IN

136.

a penitent

Confefon

of

bit

Faults,

p.537.

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