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The

Tf1BI.aE,1.

D.

yln

R. ¡jaw's

á. 378

lYl

Mr.

Dell,

146.

His Character

1.64

Remarkable

Deliverances

Mr.Baxter met

with

in the

courfe

of

his

Life;

as

from the

Temptations

of

a

Life about the Court

;

and trom being run over by

a

Waggon;

and

in

a

Fall from an Horfe, and from the

Temptations

of

Gaming,

1.

aa,

12.

from

the

malice

of

the Rabble

of

Kiddermin/ler,

1.24,4o. from

under great weaknels, from

fudden Accidents, and dangers

of

threat-

fling Diftempers,r.8o,81,82.

from

a

threat-

ping

Accident at

St. Dun Raids

Church,

2.

301. from

a

Musket Bullet, fhot

into the

Room where

he was,

z.44r.

from

another

threatning Accident

over

St.

yames's

Mar-

ket-Houfe, &e.

152

Diocefan.

An Account

of the

Diocefan frame

of

Government

as

fettled

in England,z.396

the Execution

ofit,

397.

Reflections up.

on it

2.398

Mr.

Thomas

Doolittle

3.19,95'

Spiritual

Doubts

that

exercifed

Mr.Baxter

ma-

ny years

;

with their proper

Solutions, o.6

Dr. Calibute

Downing

1.42

Dr.

Drake

1:

67.2.303.

3.94

Dunflan's

Church. A

fudden

Coniternation

amongft thePeople when Mr.

Baxter was

once preaching there

2.301

Mr. John

Dury

1.

117

The

Dutch.

OF

our War with them

in

1666.

3.16.

of

their burning our

Ships

at

Chatham,

3.

zo.

of

our fecond

War with

them

3.

99

E.

DR.

Earls.

His

falfe

Report

concerning

Mr.

Baxter,

2.

381. his

Letter to him

by way

of

Excufe

382

Edgebi8

Fight

1.43

Mr. John

Elliot

of

New-England, 2.

29o. a

Letter

of

his

to

Mr.Baxter

2.293

Mr.Tobias

Ellis

3.96

The

Engagement.

Or

Oath

of

Fidelity to

the

Rump

1.64

The

Eraflians.

A Cenfure

of

them,2.139,x41

Earl of

E.fJexs

Of

his

being laid

afide

by

the

Parliament

1.47

Captain

Everard

1.78

The

Countefs

Dowager

of

Exeter,3.6o.

Her

Charakter

3.95

Mr.

Eyres

of

Salisbury

r.

11

x

F.

MR:

Richard

Fairclougb, 3.71. His

Chan-

"'

3.96

Sir

Thomas

Fairfax.

His Character

1.48

his great

Perplexity, 1.63. and

refrgnati-

on

64

Mr.

Falkener

Of

the

Farewel Sermons o

nillers

Dr. Daniel

Featly

Mr.

William

Fenner

Mr. Ember

Of

the

Fire

of

Landon

Mr.

Giles Firmin

Mr.

Samuel

Fifher

Mr. Richard

Foley

1.1;

Mr. Thomas

Foley,

3.71. a

Charakter

of him,

Mr.

Ford

of

Exeter

3

97

Serjeant

Fountain,

His

kindnefs

to Mr. Bax-

ter

3.86

Dr:Fowler

3.85

Mr.

Henry

Foutue

3.90

Mr:

Franklin

3

2,19

Dr.

Frewen

Archbilhopof

York

2.

305

Mr.

Froyfell

3.

94

Dr.

Fulweod

3.

102

Fundamentals.

A

Committee of

Divines cho-

fete

in

Oliver's

time,to determine

thenum-

ber, and

fix

the

limits

of

them, 2.197. Mr.

Baxter's

Judgment

about them in fhort,

ib.

&p.

198. the Proceedings

of that Com-

mittee

199, &c.

Faneral.A remarkable

Funeral

Sermon preach'c

by

Mr.

Baxter

at

Bridgnortb

x,

20

the

füenc'd

Mi-

2.30;

0.73

x. 13

3.91

3.16

3'74,1C2

3.98

G.

MR.

Francis

Garbett

r.5'.

Dr.

Gauden,Bifhop

of

Exeter,

2.117,218,

276,305,36;

Dr.

Gell

x.78

Dr,

Gibbon

1.78.

2.205

Mr. Thomas

Gilbert

3.98

Mr. Jofeph

Glanvile

2.

378

Dr. Thomas

Good,

2. 149. a

Letter of Mr.

Baxter's

to him

3.048

Dr. Thomas

Goodwin

1.73,103. 2.197. 3.19

Church

Government. See Church,

Mr.

Thomas

Gouge,;. 17,94. a

Chara

&er

of

bins, 3.147,148. His Death

3.

190

Dr.

Grew

of

Coventry, 1.44.

His

Characer,

3.

9;

Mr.

George

Griffith

2.193. 3.19

Mr.

Grimes

3.

2,19

Mr. Thomas

Grove

3.86

Mr.

Grunman

3. x

Dr.

Gunning,

afterwardEilhop

of

Ely,

2.276,

277,337,346,349,356,357,363,364.

a

Pri.

vate Conference between him and Mr.

Baxter,

3.

104

H.

DR.

Hackett

2.276

Sir Matthew

Hale.

His Charakter,

3.

47,175+181

Mr.

Hall, alias

Church

3

13

Mr. Thomas

Hall

3

93

Mr. John

Hampden

1.17.3.M7

r.