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The

I

AB

L.

rey,

78.

One of

histo the Earl of

prery a-

bout

a

general

Union

ofProteftants,3.io9.

One

of

his

to

Dr.

Good

Mafter

of

Baliol

Colledge in

Oxford,

3.

148.

One

from Dr.

7illotfon

to

Mr.

Baxter, 3.r47. Letters be-

tween Mr.

Baxter

and.

Mr.3ohnfon,

Append.

N.z.

-

between Mr.

Baxter

and

Mr.Lamb,

Append.

N.3.

-

between Mr.Baxter and

Mr.

Allen,

Append.

N.4.

a

Letter ofMr.Bax-

ter

to

Mr.

Long

of

Exeter,

Ap.

p.

ro8. a

Letter

of

his

to

a

Friend,

about

the

Cafe

of

Nevil

Symmonr

the

Bookfeller,

Ap.

p. r5.7.

a Letter

of

his

to the Right Worlhipful

Sir

E. H. about General

Concord,

Ap.

p.230.

The

Leveller

/.

Their

temper

and

rite, 1.54.

their

Infurre,Rion

and Suppreflion

61

Mr.

Lewis

3.13

Dr.

Lightfoot

2.303,305,307

The

Lady

Anne

Lindfey.

Her

Sedation

by

the

Papifls,

2.

259.

Two

Letters

of

Mr.

Baxter

to

her

2.221,

&C..

The

Liturgy. Propofals

of

the Presbyterian

Minifters

to King

Charier

Il.about

it,z.234

More O6je

6tions

againff it

2.

2S4

Mr.

Long

of

Exeter.

A Letter

of

Mr.Baxter

to

him,

Ap.

N

5.

Dr.

William

Lloyd

Mr.

Load

Mr. Chriftopher

Love

Mr.

Level

The

Lord

Lucas

3"x79

i.3

.67

3

92

3.84

M.

MR.

William Madflard

of

Bridgnortb

r.

15

Mr.

Malden

of

Newport

3.

94

Earl

of

Mancbefler

1.105.2.276,289,

&e.

Dr.

Manton,

2.197,214, 218,

229,

230, 276,

283,303,305.

3.19. a

Letter

of

his to

Mr.

Baxter

about an

Addrefs

of the

Minifters

to.the King,

3.37. His

Imprifonment,

3,

74.

His Charaeter,

3.95.

His

Death,3.182

Mr. Stephen

Marfhal'

2.42,62. 2.197

Dr.

Mafan

3.

177

Mr.

Mayo

3. 13

Mr.

Robert

Mayor.

His Legacy

of

6001.

to

Nonconformilt Minillers

198

Melancholy.

Some Advice to fuch Perlons

as

are troubled

with

it

3.85,86

Militia.

The

Controverfie about it between

King

Charles

1.

and

his

Parliament

1.3o

The

Silenced Mini/1err,

in great

hopes

of an

Indulgence or Comprehenfion

in 1663.

2433.

how

bafely they

were difappointed

2.435. force

of

them preach

in

the

City

Churches

in the time

of the

Sicknefs, 3.2.

Twenty

of

them

take

the

Oxford

Oath,

3,

13.

they

firft

open their feparate Meetings.

prefently after

the

Fire, when molt

of

the

Churches were burnt

down, 3.19.

they

are conniv'd at in their Meetings

for

a

while,

3.

22.

they make an

Addrefs

of

Thanks

to

the King

for

his

Clemency,

3.36, &c. fame

of

them privately wait' on

his

Majeffy,

3.87.

Charadters

of

divers

of

them,

3.9o,&c.

ro

98. they

have

Liberty

given

them

in 1672. by the King's Decla-

ration,

3.99.

their

Licenfes are

calla in ,

and the Laws requir'd to

be

put

in

Execu-

tion

a

aintithem

4

The

Fifth

Monarchy

men.

Their

Infurre&

2.30r

Major

General

Monk

1.669,105.2.24

Mr.

Moor

1.42

Mr.

Simon

Moor

3.91

Dr.

Morley, fixa

Bithop:

of'Worcer

3

after-

wards

of

Winebefler,

2.218, 274, 276,

277,

278,305.,337,338,339,349,

343.,

345,347,

357,363,375,384. 3.84,x56

Sir

William

Mortice

1.105

Mr.

Morton

1.42

Dr.

Morton

3.96

Louis Du

Moulin,

r.

no.

o.

his

jugulars;

Caafe

3.85

N.

'MR.

James

Mahon,

t..42,67. His

Death, and

Charafter

2.431.3.94

Mr.

Nanfen

2.373

Nafeby

Fight

r.

o

James

Nayler.

The

Ringleader

'of

the

Qa-

hers

1.

77

Mr.

Needier

3.94

New.England. An

Account

of

the

Affairs

of that Plantation

'

2.

290

Mr. Matthew

Newcomen,

2.232,281,303,307

Mr.

Newton

of

Taunton

3.13

Nonconformi/lr.

Their

feveral Principles

and

Pleas

2.394,

&C.

Mr.

Norman of Bridgwater

2.432

Mr. Philip

Nye, 1.731101,

103.2.197,4 ;0.

3.19. a Debate between him and

Mr.Bax-

ter

about an

Union with the

Independants,

2.188,189,&c.

O.

MR.

Oafland

of

Bewdloy, 5.95.

2.383. His

Charadter

3.91

Oath/.0f

the

Etcoetera

Oath

impofed

in 2640.

Reafons

for

and againft

thetakingofit,

e.

r

5,

&c.

of

the

Oath

to the Rump call'd

the Engagement,

1.64.

of

the

Oath

ofCa-

nonical Obedience,

2.

425.

of

the

Oxford

Oath.

Reafons againff

it

3.5

Order,. My. Baxter

Epifcopally

ordain'd,r.tg

Mr.

Overton

3.13

Or.

Owen,

1.64,101,103.2.197.

3.19,

42.

a

Treaty between him

and

Mr:

Baxter

about

an Union

between the Presbyterians

arid

Independents, .3.61,62.

a

Letter

of

his

to

Mr.

Baxter

about that matter,63.

the

lffue

of

this

Treaty

3.69.

$.73

P.

Sir