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The

Contents.

ehe

Nonconformifts,p.14r.

a

Paper

of

MM.John

Humphreys for

Camprebenßon

with

Indul-

gence,

thatwas difiribated

among the

Parliament

men,

p. 14

;,

&c. a great

change

of

Affairs

in

Scotland,

p: 147.

a

CharaEter

ofMr.

Thomas Gouge

thefslenï'd

Mini/ter

of

St.

Sepal-.

chres,p.147.

a

Letter

of Mr.Baxter's

to

Dr.Good

Mahler

of

Baliol

Celledge in

Oxfortj,a

boutfome

peerages

in

a

Bookhe

bad

lately

publißs'd,p.r48. frefh

Accufetions whereby

Mr.Bai.

ter

was aJ/aalted,p.15

r,

l

Deliverancewhen

be

was preachingover

StJames's Market-

houfe,,

p.152.

his

faced

while

be

preecb'tthere; and

bis oppofuion;

p..1S

;.'

a Proclamation

publilb'J

to call

in the

Licenfes,

and

require the Execution

of

the

Laws againft

the

NonconformieJte,

ib:

falfe

Reports about

ha

preaching

at Pinners.Hall,p.154.

Mr. Baxter

apprehended as

'a

Con

-

venticler,p.15

5.

a

difference

at

Court

on occajien

o

f

Mr.

Baxter's

Sufferings!).

a

56.

a

private

Treaty

between

Dr.Stillingfleet,

Dr.Tillotfon,

Dr.Bates,

Dr.Manton, Mr.Baxter,

and Mr.

Pool,about an

Alt

for

Union

and

tomprebenßon,p. 157.

An

Ad

for

tbe Healing

and

Concord

of

his Mafifty's

Subjeás

in matters

of

Religion,then agreed

upon

among

ft

them,p.1

s8, Petiti-

ons

Mr.

Baxter was

then

"put

upon

drawing

up,

which werenever

profented,

16o.

the

Cafe

of

the

City as to

the

Profecutien

ofpDiffenters,p.t65.

[fay

pag'd 565. anaccount

of

his trouble

with Sir Thomas Davis,ibid.

great

Debates about the

Tell

in

Parliament,p.i 67. a

Cenfsre

of

it,

p.

x68. a

penitent Confeffon

of

one

of

the Informers

who

bad given

Mr.

Baxter

much

trouble,

p.171. further

troubles

that

he met

with,

and

weakneIl,

p.17a. afurther

Account

of

Sir

Matthew Hale, p.175.

of Mr.

Read',

imprefonment,

p.176.

Of

the Additions

of

the

years

167g,

t

676,

i

677,1678,&c.

OF

Monfsear

Le

Blank',Tbefes, p.177.

of

Dr.Jane's

Sermon beforemy

Lord Mayor,

and

bis.Cbarge

againft

tllr.Baxter,ibid. further

troubles

he

met

with,

p.

178.

a

pottage be-

tween.the

Bp.

of Exeter andMr.Sangar,

ibid.

an

horrid

Lie reported

of Mr. Baxter

in

a

Coffee-horde

about his killing

a Tinker,

the Reporterwhereof

was

brought

openly

to confeß

his

fault,

p.179. Mr.

HollingwortN,

Sermon agaen/i the Nonconformefis,

p.18ò.

a

further

paf-

fage

of Sir Matth.

Hale,pa8

s.

Dr. Manton

's

death,

p.182.

about the Corereverffe

ofPre:

determination

furred

amongß

the. Noeeconformifto,by

a

Book

ofMr.How's, ib.

of

the

Popiff

.Plot

and Sir Edmundbury Godfrey's

murder,

&ç. p.

18

;. of

femoral

ofMr.Baxter'eWri-

tings,p.185. of

the Writings

of

Dr.Stillingfleet,

Mr.Hinkley, Mr.Dodwell,

and

others,

a-

gainft

the Nonconformifis,

p.

187, 188. of

the deaths

of

many

of

his dear Friends, p.

189.

fame

further

account

of Mr.Thomas Gouge,

p. 090.

of his new

apprebenfmn

andficknef

p.190.

an

Accouter

of

bes Café

at that

time,p.192.

the

judgment

of Saunders and

Pollixhn

about et,

p.19

f.of

fome other

of

bee

Wretings,p.196.

of

a

Legacy

ofboo

1.

left

by

Ml-

Robert

Mayor

of

Oxon,

to

bediftrebuted

by

Mr. Baxter

among

Sixty

eyededMiniftere

,

p.

198.'4

further

Account

of

bee

fafferirgs

and

weakneeA

ibid.

&

p. 199.

The

Appendix

contains thefe

feveral Pieces

following.

Numb.T.

e

Reply to

fame Exceptions againfc the

Worcefterfhire

Agreement,

(

a large

XI.

Account

whereof is given at

the beginning

of

the fecund

Part

of

this

Narra-

tive)

and

Mr.Baxter' Chriftian Concord,

written

by

a

nameleß

Author,

L

fappofed to

be

Dr.

Gunning]

and

font by

Dr.

Warmeftry, p.r.

nimbi!.

Several

Letters

that paß'd

between

Mr.Baxter and

Mr.Martinjohnfon,eboeet

the Point-ofOrdination

; and

particularly

the neceety

of a con/ant

uninterrupted

Saccefflon,in

order

to the

validity

of

Minejterial

Functions,

p.

18.

Numb.11l.

Several

Lettersbetween

Mr. Baxter and Mr.

Lamb,

p.51.

Numb.IV.

Letters

and

Papers between

Mr.

Baxter and Mr.

Allen,

p67.

Numb.V.

A

Letter

of

Mr.

Baxter',

to

Mr. Long ofExeter, p.ro8.

Numb.Vl.

A

Refolutionof this

Cafe;

What's

to be done

when the

Law

of

the

Land

com-

mands pert

tee to

go

to

their

Pare,

Cburcb,and Parents require

to

go

to

private

Meetings?

p.11

Numb.VII.

A

Letter

of Mr. Baxter's

about the

Cafe

of

Nevil Symmons

Bookfeller,p.r17.

Nómb.Vllf.

Mr.

Baxter',

general

Defence,

of

his accafed

Writings,

cau

d

Seditious

and

Scbifmatical, p.119.

Numb.

lX

.An

Allfor

Concord,byRefarming

Par

Cburchee,atoi Reg

saloat,ng

theToleration

of

Diffenters,

p.127.

A Letter

to the

Right

Wo

fhipful

Sir

E. H.

about

that

matter, p.

1

;0.

Be

pleated

(Candid Reader)

to

correbk

theft

Errours

in the beginning

thus:

nAge

1.line

a9.forend

read

one

and after tell

rand.

p.

aLtoafter

clockr.

in

the.

and

Is

f.dele

and.

p.

3.

A

1.35.

for

being

r.

rtngiug me.

p.4.la8dele

of.

and

1.4oafter

knowledge r.mas. 1.40.

for

monder

r.

erondred_

'p.6.1.17.r.that pertof

fPhyfick. p.8.1.a9.r.ufually.

p.199.1.4.for

be

r.it.

1.46.

for

rejeílians

r.

oójrthons.

The

rei

as

they

occur inter

legeodom a

for could not attend the

Profs

and prevent

the Errata.

H