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Contents.

fsrable;

p.434. But

the

Parliament that

then

fatei

confiderably

added

to

former rigour,p.43

S

Mr.

Baxter and

others

go

to

the

Affemblies

of the

Church

of

England,

P.436,

Ib

a

Anfwer to

the Objellions

againft

this

pratlice,and.

Reaf

ns

for it,

P.438.

He retires

to

A

&on,

p.

44o.

A

Letter

to

Mr. Baxter from

Manfleur

Amyrauy

another

from

Monfseur

Sollicoffer

a Swit-

zer, which

by

reafon

of

the Yealauftes

he

was

under,

he

thought

not

ft

to abfwèr,

p.

442.

He

debates

with

fonse

ejelted Minißers,

the

Cafe

about Communicating fometimes

with

the

Pa-

rifh Churches,

in

the

Sacraments,

p.444. A

Letterfrom

my

Lord

Alhley

,.

with,

a

petal

,Cafe,

about the

lawfalneßof a Proteftant

Lady's marrying a

Papift, in

hope

of

his Coercerß-

on,

with

Mr. Baxter's

reply,

p.

44S-

PAB,T III.

Written

for

the moft part

in

the year

i

67o.

O¡F

the

Plague

in

the

year

1665,

p.

I.

during the Sickneß

fome

of

the ejetled Minifters

1J

preach in the CityChurches,

p.a. at

the

fame time the

Five

-mile

All

was fram'd

at

Oxford,ibid.

a

Cenfure

of

the.

Ad,

p.3. the

realism of mens

refufal

to

take

the

Oath

impofed

by

that

Ail,

p.

p.

Queries upon the

Oxford Oath,p.7.

'farther Refle/lions

on

it,p.

to.

Twenty

Nonconforming

Mmifiers take this Oath,p.

t 3.aLetterfrom Dr.Bates

to

Mr.Baxter

about

that

affair,p.x4.

of

the

Dutch

War,

p.t6.

of

the

Fire

of

London,

ibid. of the'Inflruments

of

the

Fire;

p.t

8. The Noncenformiff

s

fet

up

feperate

publick

Meetings,

p.19. of

the

burning

of

our Ships

at Chatham

by

the

Dutch,

p. zo.

the difgrace

and

banifhment

of

my

LordChan-

eeßoor

Hide, ibid.

Sir

Orlando

Bridgman

made

Lord

Keeper,

p.zz.

the

Nonconformilts

conniv'd at

in

their Meetings,ib.

Mr.Baxter

feetfor

to the

Lord

Keeper

about

a

Toleration

and.Comprehenfeon, p.23.

Propofals then offer'd

by

Mr.

Baxter and

ethers,

p,

24.

the

Lord

Keeper's

Propofals,p:zs. Alterations made

-by

Mr. Baxterand

bra

Ajfóciates inhis Propofals,

p.27.

[

fadl

ly

pag'd

g

5.]

Reafom

of

thefe

Alterations,p.ah.

[

faly

pag'd

;6.]

Alterations

of

the

Liturgy,

&c.

thenoffer'd,

p.;

t-.

[

faly

pag'd 39.1 two

new Propofals added,

and

accepted

with

alterations,

p.34. an

Addreff

of

fame Presbyterian

Minifters

to

the

King,witb

a Letter

of

Dr.Mantoto

s

to

Mr.Baxter

about

it,

P.36. great talk

of

Liberty

at

this

time,

but

none

en-

f

sed,p.38. Of

the

Book

call'd

AFriendly

Debate,p39

of

Parker'o Ecclefiaitical

Policy,

p.4x. of Dr.

Owert

sAnfwer, and Parker's

Reply,

p.4z.

An

Apologue

or

two,familiarly re-

prefentingtbeHeats and

Feuds

oftheetimes,p.4;,&c. Mr.Baxter':further

account

of

bimfel

while

be

remain'dat

A

&on,p.46. of

bit

acquaintance

with

worthy.

Sir

Matth.Hale,p.47.of

the

cliff

urbance

he

receiv'd

at

AeBon,p.48.

be

is

font

to

New

Prifon,p.49.,'a Narrative

of

bu

Cafe

at that

time,

p.51.

the

Errours

of

his

Mittimus, with

an Explication

of

the

Oxford

Ael, p.56.

Hu

Reflëcrtions

during

his

imprifanment,

p.

58.

His

Releafe

and

perplexity

there-

upon,

p.6o.

Hie Benefeltourswhile

en

prifon,ibid. His

bodily

weakneß,ibid. An

Account

of

his

Writingsßnce 1665.

p

6r.

an

Account

of

a Treaty

between'bim

and Dr.Owep,abaut an

Agreement between the

Presbyterians and

the

Independants,p.6e. a

Letterof

Dr.Owen's

to

Mr.

Baxter

about

that

matter, p.63.

Mr.Baxter's

Reply

to

it,p.64.

bow

it was

dropp'd,.

p.69. ofbu Methodus Theologier,

ibid.

and

Tome

other

Writinge,p.7o.

the beat

of

fame

of

bu

old

people

ae

Kidderminiter,p.73.tbe

renewal

of

the

AEI

againft

Conventicles,p.74.

Dr.

Maaton's

imprifonmecet,

ibid.

Great

offers

made

to

Mr:Baxter

by

the

Earl

of

Lauderdail,

if

he

wouldgo

with

him into

Scotland Mr.Baxter's

Letter

to

bim

upon

thatoccafion p.75.

Another Letter

of

bis to the

Earl ofLauderdail, p

77.

[

fa

y/y

pag'd

93.]

a Letterof

ha

to

'Sir

RobertMurrey,

about

a

Body

of

Church Difcipline

forScotland,

which

was

f

nt

to

him

for.

bee

'judgment

about

it,

p78.

the

Affair

o

the

Marquis

of

Antrim,

with

reference to

hoe

Commiffon

from.

K.CharlesI.p.83.of

Du

oulin's

Jugulum Caulk;

and

two

Books

of

Dr.

Fowler

s,

p.8

p.

of

Serjeant

Fountain's

kindneß

to.

bim,p.86.

of Major Blood, and bu

ftealeng the

Crown,

p.88.

of

the

!hutting

up

the

Exchequer,

by

which

Mr.

Baxter loft

a

thoufand pounds,which

be

bad',devoted

to

charitable

eefes,p.89.

ofFowlis's

Hiftory

of

Romiflo

Treafom,p.p

.

Chara/terr of

many

of

the

filmed Minders, of Worccaterfhire, Warwick

-

ihire, wand

about

London,&e.

from

p.90

to

p.98.

the

frond

Dutch War,

and

the

Declara-

tion

for

Liberty

of

Confcience

thereupon,p.99.

the different

Sentiments

of

People

about thede-

farablenefeither

of

an

of

ablifht

Toleration,

or a

Comprehenfion,

p.

1

oo.

Mr. Baxter

gets

a

Licenfe,p.

roa.

the Merchants

Letture

fit'

up

at

Pinners.Hall;

and Mr.Baxter's

Accufati-

an,

for

his Sermons

there,

p.1

o3. Molinaro Writingsand

Accufations

of

Parkerand

others,

ibid. a

private

Conference

between

Mr. Baxter and

Bp.

Gunning,

p.

too.

the

Parliament

jealous

of

the

growth of

Popery,

p.

t

ob. a private

Conference

of

Mr.

Baxter's with

Edward

Wray ,Ef/.

about the.Popifli

Controver'es,p. xo7.

Mr.Falkener

writes

for

Conformity,p.ro8.

a

Letter of

Mr.Baxter's

to

the

Earl of Orery,abeut

a general

Union

of

all Proteftants againft

Popery,

with

Propofals

for that

purpofe,p

ro9,8cc.

the

Strilloereo

return'd

upon thefe

Propofals,

with

the Anfwers

to

ahem,

from

p.!

x3.to 140. More bitter

and

malignant Writings again