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Contents.

By

word of

mouth, tufting

the Cim:or:

anies

of

Affairs

at

that

time,

p.241.

The

Anfwer

of

the Bishops

to the

firft

Propofals

of

the

London

Minters,

p.242.

the

Minivers

defence

of

theirfore-mention'd

Propofals,

p.248. His

Majefty's

Declaration

concerning

Ecdefsaftical

Affairs, as

it

was

fit;

drawn

up,and

pawn

to

the Minivers,by

theLord

Cbancellour,p.2

S9

The

Minifers

Petition

to the

King,

upon

their

fight of

the

firft draught

of

this Declaration,

p.z65..

the Alterations

of

the

Declarationwhich

they

offer'd,p.275. a

Conference between

fe-

veral

Divines

of

each

fide,about

the

fore.mention'd Declaration,

before

the

King

no

the

Lord

Cbancellours,

and

the

a

ffeels

of

it,

p.276.

o

the

coming out

of

the

Declaration

'with

amend-

ments,

p.279.Of Mr.Baxter's

preaching

before

the

King,andprinting

his

Sermon,and

the

fall;

aecufation

of

him

by

Dr.

Pierce

on

that

occafion,

p.279. a

Chorafle,.

ofDr.Pierce, and

Ac-

count

of

his enmity

again/t

Mr. Baxter,

p.z80.

of

the

offer

of a Bilhoprick

made to

Mr.

Baxter with

fome others,

who joynt

y

demurr'd

about the acceptance,

p.z8

r. Mr. Baxter

re-

futes

to

accept the

terms

propofed

in the fore-mention'd

Declaration; and

fends

a Letter

to

the

Lord

Chance/lour

containing bit Beaton",

p.28z.

Dr. Regnolds

accepts

a

Bifhoprick :

other

Preferments

offer'dto other Presbyterians

who refue'dthem,

p.z8;.

An Addrefs

ofThanks

to the King

from

the

London

Minters,

for

bet

Declaration,

p. 284.

a Cenf

re

of

this

De-

cloration,

p.286.

How

well this Declaration

was

put in Execution,

p. 287. Mr.

Crofton's

writing

f

r

the

Covenant,

and

imprifonment

in

the

Tower,

p.

z88.

Afalte

report

ffread a-

bout

of Mr.

Baxter,

by

Mr,

Horton,

Chaplain

to

the

Earl

of Mancheffer,

p.

289.

an ac-

count

of Mr,

Baxter's tranfaiions with

the

Lord

Cbancellour, about the

Affairs

of

New

-

England, p.z9o. a

Letter

to

Mr. Baxter from

the Court

and

Government

of New-Eng-

land,

p.291.

anther

from Mr.

Norton,

p.292.

another from

Mr. Elliot,

p.z93. Mr.Bax-

ter's

anfwer

to

Mr.

Elliot, p.295. Mr.Baxter's

endeavours

to

be

reflor'd

to

the People

of

Kid

-

derminfter,

from

whom

be

was

feparated

upon

the

return

of

tbefequefred Miuifters

to

their

Livings,

p.298. A

Letter

of

my

Lord

Chanceilaurs to

Sir Ralph

Clare

about

Mr.Baxier's

return

to

Kidderminfter, p.299. Of

the

Riling

of

the

Fifth

Monarchy men under

Venner,

about this time,

p.;ot.

of bu

publick

Miniflryin

London,

p

His going

to

the Areb-

bilhop to beg

a Licenfe,p.3o2. His

Majefty's

Commi9ion

for

the

Savoy

Conference,p.

;o;.

an

Account

ofwhat

paff

at

the Conferente,

p.3o5.

Exceptions

that Mr.Baxter

drew

up

a-

gain;

the

Common

Prayer

at that

time,

p.3o8.

the

Exceptions

again;

the Book

of

Common

Prayer

that

were

deliver

d

into

the Commfftoners,

p. 316, &c.

Of

the

choice

of

the Convo-

cation, and

of

Mr.

Calamy,

and Mr. Baxter for

London,

p.33

3.

a

further

account

of

the

Conference,

p

;4,

&c.

a Paper

then effo

d

by

Dr. Colins,

about

a

way

to

terminate the

differences;

with

an Anfwer

to

it,

p.341,&c.

An

Account

of

the Difpute manag

d in Writing

at

that

time,

between

Dr.

Pierfon, Dr.

Gunning,

Dr. Sparrow,

and

Dr.

Pierce;

and

Dr.

Bates, Dr.

Jacomb,

and Mr.Baxter,

who were

deputed

for

that

purpofe,

p,346,

&e. A

Reply to the Bithops

Diff

utants which

was

not

anfwer'd, p.3 lc,. a Continuation

of

the Conference,

p.3

56.

a

Copy

of the

Part of

the

Bi-

fhops

Diviner

in

the

DJ)utation,p.

;58.

ACenfure

of

this

Conference,

and

Account

of

the

Managers

of

it,p.363.of

the

Minivers going

up to

the

King afterthe

Conference,F.

36 5.the

Pe-

tition

they

prefented

to

his Majevy

on

that

occafion,

p. 366.

to

which

(by

real

n

of

their

Afft

-,

nary)

it annexed

aCopy

of

the

Conceffone

that

were made

by Biflsop

Ulher,Bifhop.Williams,

Bofhop

Moreton,Bithop

Holdfworth,andmany

others

in

a

Committee

at Weflminfler 164x.

p369.

Bookswritten againft

Mr.Baxter

by

Mr.Nanfen,Dr.Tompkins,and

otbers,p.373.Hegoes

to

Kidderminfter,to

try

if

be

might

be

permitted

topreach

tbere,p.374.

Bithop

Morley

and

bit

Dean,endeavour

to

let

the

people

there

ageing bim,p.375,

;76.

Bp.Morley and Dr.Bore-

man write

againft bim,

p.377. Mr.Baglhawwrites

againft

the

Bithop,

P.378.

Of

the

fur

-

reptitious publication

of

the

Savoy

Conference,

p. 379.

other affaults

that

Mr.

Baxter met

with,

p.

;80.

a faire

report

rased of

bim

by

Dr. Earls, p.

38

r.

a Letterof Mr.

Baxter's

to

him

on

that

occafion,

with bu

anfwer

to

it,

p.

382. Divers Minivers

imprifon'd

particularly

in

Worcefferfhire,

on occáfson

of a

pretendedConffiracy,

P.383.

Of

131.4á[

a

a

ej]s,ecoetca

vat.

í66z.

wherein fo many

Mini;ers

were filenc'd,

p.384

of the

fad

confeguénces

of

that

day,

p

;85.

Mr.

Calamy'simprsfonment

for

preachingocca

;onaly

of-

ter

the ;fencing, p

386.

the

;ate

of

the

Conformilts

and

Nonconformifls

in

England

at

that

time,p.336.

the

Jam

of

their

feveral

Caufes,

and

the

Reafons

of

their

feeveral

ways, p:

;87,

&c.

Of

the

King's

Declaration, Dec.26.t662.p.43o.

Old Mr. Aloes Death and Cbarailer,

ibid. Mr.

James Nalton's

Death

and

p.

431.

How Mr.

Baxter and

Dr.. Bates

bad

like to

bave

been

apprehended

for

going

to

pray

'nab

atick

perron,

p.43I.

of

the

imprir

fonment

o

divers

Mini;ers

about the Country,

p.432. Strang jsidgments of

Gad,about this

time

turn

'd

by

the

Devil

to

bu

own

advantage, ibid.

Much

talk

about an

Indulgence

or

a

Comprehenfon

in

1663. p.433.

An Anfwer

(tent

in a Letter

to

an

honourable Perfan

at

that time)

to tbea

Queftton, Whether the way

of Comprehenfion

or

Indulgence

be

more

de-

fsrable,