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The

Contents.

PART

IL

Wrirten

in

1665.

tit

begins

with

the

Differences

and

Debatesabout

Chutch

Government

in thelate

time

La

andgives

bit Judgment

about

the

fveral

Principles

óf

the.

Erallians,Prelatifs,

Pref-

byterians,

Independants,

and

Anabaptists

; fhowswhat

he,

approva and

diflik'd in

each

;

mentions the many impediments

on

all

hands

o

charitable conciliatory'

endeavours ;

and yer

gives

an

Account

how

be

refelv'd

to

fat

upon

reconciling

work, in order.wbereto

the

Worce-

Iterthire Agreement was form'd,

which

was

not altogether

without its

fucceß, from

p.139-

to

p.rgo.

Nineteen Rotaries about EcclefsaflicalCafes,

drawn

up by

an

Epifcopal

man

in the

lateTmes, and

convey'd

to

him

by

Sir

Ralph Clare, with

his Anfwer

to

them,from

p.t

5r.

to

p.157. A

Letter

of

bis

in anfwer

to

Sir

Ralph Clare

bis Parifhioner,wbo

would

not Com-

municate

with

him, unleßbe.migbt

receive kneeling,

and

on

a diftina

day,

and

not

with

Chofe

who received

fitting;

pa

57,

&c..

A

Letter

from

the affociated

Minifers

in

Cumberland.and

Wefmoreland,to

the afféciated Minafters.in

Worcelterlhire,p.

r 62.

an

Anfwer

to

it,p.164.

Many

other Countiesbegin

toafciate

for

Church Difcipline:

the Articlesagreed

to,by the

Mi-

nifters in

Wiltshire, p.167. A

Letter from the affociated

Churches in

Ireland,

to

Mr.

Baxter.

and

the

affociated

Minifters

in

Worcefterlbire,

pä169. the Anfwer

to

it,

pp.t7o. Afecand

Letterfrom

the

Irish

Minigers, p.

r7

r: A

Letter

ofMr. Baxter's

to

Bishop

Brownrigg,

about

an

Agreement betweenthe Presbyterian

and

Epifcopal

Party,

p.

172.

The

Bifbops

Repy

to

it

containing his

Iudgment

about

Church Government, p.r74,175,&c.Mr.Baxter's

Notes

on

the

Bifbop's

Anfwer,

p.178.

After this,

he upon

öccafton

off

the

pang

of

Letters

be-

tween bim

and

Mr. Lamb

and Mr.

Allen,

two Anabaptig

Preachers,

to

dif/itrade

them

from

feparation,

propounds

and

anfwers

this Ruegion ;

Whether

it

be

our duty

..

to feek peace

with

the

Anabaptiltsi. and

propose

a

method

of

managing

a

Pacificatory

attempt

with

them,

p.18 r.

&c. A

perfonalTreaty

of

his

with Mr.

Nye

about an Agreement

with

the

lndependants,

and a

long

Letter to him about

that

affair,

p,r88,

&c.

Propalab made

by

bim

in

Crom-

well's time,

for

a general

holy

Communion, Peace,

and

Concord, between the Churches

in

theft Nations,

without

any

wrong

to

the Consiences

or

Libertiea,of

Presbyterians;

Congre-

gational,

Epifcopal

;

or any

etherCbrigians,

p.ryr,

et.'o.

The eceafon

of

chafing a

Com-

mittee

ofDivines,

to

makea

CallePtian

of

Fundamentals;

of

which Mr.

Baxter was

one,

p.197.

His own

Judgment ofFundamentals,

ib.andp.298.

The proceedings

of

the

Di-

vines

in

this

matter, p.

s

99.

Papers

deliver'd in

by

Mr. Baxter

to

them,

on

points

wherein

he

difer'd

from

them,

p.zoo,

&c.

An

Account

of

his

preaching

before

Cromwell;

and

perfanal

Can

ferencé

with

him

after-

wards

in

private;

and

a

fecund

Conference

with

him

in

his

Privy

Council, p.

205.

of

what

pall

between

bim

and Dr.

Níeh. Gibbon,ibid. Of

his

Acquaintance

and

Converfation

with

Archbilhop Usher,

while

be

continued

at

my

Lord Broghil's

:

where

a particular

account

is

given

of

the Learned

Primates

Judgment

about

Univerfal Redemption

;

about

Mr. Bax-

ter',

terms

of

Concord;

and

about the

validity ofPresbyters

Ordination,

p.206. Of

the

Carriage

of

the

Anabaptilts after

the

Death

of Cromwell,

p.zo6.

and

the

general Confuf-

on

of

the

Nation,

p.207. New

Propofali

be

made

to

Dr.

Hammond

about

an Agreement

with

the Epifcopal

Party,

by

Sir.

Ralph Clare's

means,

p.208.

Dr:Hammond's

Anfwer,

and Mr. Baxter's Reply,p..2

r

o.

Of

General

Monk's

march

to

London;

and

the common

fentimints and

expetlations

of

people

at that time,.p.z

eq.

of

bis

reaching

before

the

Parliament

the day

before they

voted

the King back,

p.217. of

bis Conference

with Dr. Gauden

and Dr.

Morley, p.á

t

8. What

pafi between

one

William

Johnfon,

a

Papifi,and Mr.

Baxter;

in

particular

with

reference

to

tbeLady

Anne Lindfey,

daughter

of

the Ceuntefr

ofBalcarres,

whom

he

had

feduc'd

and

afterwards

fiole

away and

convey'd into

Fiance,

par

8,

&c.

Two Letters

of

Mr. Baxter's

to

ches

young Lady

;

one

before

floe

wacgole away; and

the other while

floe

was

in

os

Nun-

nery

in

France, p,22u,&c.

Of

peoples

various enpeftations

upon

the

King's

return,,

p.229.j

Of

fome

of

the

Presbyteri-

an

Minders

being

made

the

King's

Chaplains;

and

Mr. Baxter

among

the

reft,ibid.

feve-

ralof

them together

wait

on

his

Majegy.

The funs

of Mr. Baxter's

Speech

to the

King,

p.

2

y

o. the King receives

than

gracioufly,

and

orders

them so

bring in

Propofals

in'order

to

an

Agreement about

Church Government,p.231.

whereupon they daily

met

at Sion Col

-

ledgefor

Confultation,

p.232.

Their

IV

Addreßand

Propofais

to

bi,

Majelty about

Concord,p.z32,&c.

the

brief

firm

of

their judgment

and

defies

about

Church Government,

p. 237. Bishop

Whet

's

Model

of

Government

to

which

they

all

agreed to adhere,

p.238 Five

Requegs made to the

King

by