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AnALt1ABETICAL

INbEx

both

ofPEasoNs

and

THIN

Gs

an

Account xnhereof

is

to be

met

with

in

this

NARRATIVE.

Thefirs'?

Number intimates the

Parti

thefecund the Page.

A.

SIr

Thomas

Allen

i.10f

Mr. William

Allen

2.180. 3.180.Letters

between

him and Mr.

Baxter.

Appen-

dix

Numb.4.

Mr.

Jofeph

Allen

2432

Dr. Richard

Allef?ree

1.3

Anabaptijts

1.41. 2.140,141

Whether

it

be our

Duty

to

leek

Peace

with

them

?

2.181.

How

a

Pacificatory attempt

.

with them

might

be

molt

fuccefsfully

ma-

naged

2.183

Their

Infolence after

Cromwell's

Death

2.206

Dr.

Annefleÿ,

3.,9.

His

Chara&er

3.

95

Marquis

of

Antrim.

A particular Account

of

his

Commiliìon

from

King

Charles

the

Firft,

for what

he

did in

the

Frith

Rebellion

3.83

Judge

Archer

3.59

Army.

Of

the

new modelling

the Parlia-

ments

Army,

1.

47, &c. of the Temper

and Principles which

prevailed among(}

them

in

1645.

when Mr.Baeter

firltcame

to them,

u.1o,

&c. how

he

came to go in-

to

the Army, and

fettle

there

as

Chaplain

to

Col.Whalley's

Regiment,

t.52.

and how

he

behaved

himfelfthere, p.s3. how it

was

turn'd

almoft entirely

into an Army

of

Se&aries,

1.

S9.

the King hook'd

in by

them,

1.6e.

and their treatment

of

him,

p.61

Of

the

Orange fall

of

the Parliaments Ar-

my at lait

1.105. 2.214

Mr.

Arthur

3.

a;

Mr.

Simeon

Alb,

1.42.

I.

214,

x29,230,231,

276,307. HisDeath and

CharaCter 2.430.

Alderman

A

hur

,

2. z 0,

302.

1

.189

Jh

fi

9

3

3.

7.

3

9

Affémbly

of

Divines at

Wejiminfler

s

an

Ac-

count

of

them

x.73

Of

Mr.

Baxter's

Preface

to

their Works up-

on

anew

Edition of them

r.a22

Mr.

Atkins

2.373

B.

MR.

Edward

Baggßiaav, 2. 378.

3.

72,8

f,

jVj

89

Mr. Jofeph

Baker.

His

CharaRer

3.90

Earl

of

Balearres

and

his

Lady

1.

tar

Mr. Thomas

Baldwin Senior, 2. 374, 376.

392

Mr.Thomas

Baldwin

Junior

Mr. Thomas

Bampfield

Mr.

Francis

Bampfield

Mr.

Barker

Mr.

Barnet

Dr.

Barwick

Mr.

Baf/wick

Mr.

Batebeler

3.9x

2,2

14,43Z

2432^374

3.19,9f

3.94

2.z76

3.13

r

3

229,28

0

O

0

3

Dr.

Bate!,

2.2

4,

3.3 3,3

543

7,337

340,346.

3.13.

A

Letter of

his to

Mr. Bax-

ter

about the taking the

Oxford

Oath

by

le+

veral

Nonconformifts

3.4.

3;94

Mr.

Benjamin

Baxter.

His

CharaRer 3.9r

Mr.

Stephen

Baxter

ibid.

Major

Brake

2.207

Alderman-Beard

3.66

Col.

Beddingfield

2.290

The

BehmeniJts

Sir

John

Bernard

3.6o

Dr.

Bernard

z.zes

Major General

Berry.

An Accountand Cha-

raRer

of

him

Mr.

Berry

Mr.

Biddle

0.77

x.57,97

3.98

Mr.

Adoniram

Bifield

x.42

Col:

Birch

2.281

The

Bifhopi.

The

Proceedings againft

them

in

the Long

Parliamene,r.z6,27. the

Cau-,

fes

of the Averlion of

fèrions

People

a-

gainft them, at the beginning

of

the

Civil

War

-

x,33

Their

carriage to the Minifters at the Sa-

voy Conference, z.

3uÇ,331,337,363

of

their

advifing

King

Charles

the Second

to

call

in

his Licenfes,

and

rigoroufly

to

ex-

ecute the Laws made

against

Proteftant

Diffenters

3,15;

Major

Blood.

An Account

of

him

;

and

of

his stealing

the

Crown

3.88

BOOKS.

Mr.Baxter's Account

of

his

feveral

Books

and Writings.

His Aphorifms

of

Julification

and the

Cove,

nants

1.107

His

Saints

Everlafting Reft

T.

108

His plain Scripture

proof

for

Infants

Church

-

membership and Baptifm

ibid.

The

right

Method for Peace of Confcience,

and Spiritual

Comfort,

in

32

DireRions,

1.109

His Judgment aboutthe Perfeverance

of

Be-

lievers

a.

Ito

His

two

Allize Sermons

ibid

His Apology

ibid,

His

Confeflion

of

Faith

r.

t

11

M

Diretions