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The

2A

B

LE.

P.

I R John

Packington

2.298,301

Papiffs.

Their

hand in the Death of

K.

Charlo I.

2.373

Whether it

be lawful for a

Proteflant

to

marry a

Papift

?

2..44q,&c.

Their

carriage prefently after the Fire

of

London,

3.zo.

great

fears

of

them in

1673.

3.106. their

Plot in

5678.

3.18;

Mr.

Parker

1.78

Dr.

Samuel Parker. His Ecclefiaflical

Policy,

3.41,42

Parliament.

The

Proceedings

of

the Long

Parliament,

1.r 8.

the different tempers

of

the Members of

it,

and

a

further Account

of

their Proceedings

1,25;&c.

Mr.

Parfaits

3.94

Mr.Pafton

3.93

Mr.

Patenean

3.97

Dr.

Patrick. His

Friendly Debate

3.

39

William

Pen.

A Conference between him

and Mr.

Baxter

;.174

Mr.

Perkins

1.42

Sir

Francis

Peter

3.18

Dr.

Pierce.

His

falfe

Accufation

of

Mr.

Baxter,

2.279. His Chara&er, z.z8o

-344,

34f,

346

Mr.

Pigot

3;98

Dr.

Pierfon,

?

33?,346,347,;49,337,

;64

Pinners

-Hall Le6:ure.

the

quarelfomnels

of

thefndependantsthere

at

its first

erection,

3.103.

Mr.

Baxter

horribly

defam'd by

the

Fa&ious on

the Account

of

his Sermons

there

3.154

Mr. Pitt

2.376

The

Plague

in

the Year 1665

2

448.

3.1

Mr.

Matthew

Fool

3.13

94

Dr.

Pordage

and

his

Family

2.77

Mr.

Porter

of

Wbiteburch.

A

Chara&er

of

him

3

94

Mr.

Vavafor

Pausal

3.72

Prayer.

Remarkable

Anfwers

of

it

1.

80

Common

Prayer.

Exceptions againft it,z.

;o8

Exceptions

againlft

it

that were deiiver'd

in

by the Diffenting

Minifters to theCorn-

miffionersat the

Savoy

Conference,

2.316

Presbyterian

Miniffers.

Their

trouble

on the

Account

of

their

fidelity to K.Cbarles,t.67

Some

of them

made the King's

Chaplains

upon

his

Refforation,2.2z9. their waiting

upon

his

Majefty, and treatment

by

him,

2.230,2; t.their

firft

Propofals

to the King

about Concord,

2.232. leverai

of

them

rrs.

fufe

Bilhopricks and other Preferments,

2.

283,

284.

they prefent an

Addrefs

of

Thanks to the King, for

his

Declaration

concerning Ecclefialtical

Affairs,

284,&c.

they hold

a

Conference

at

the

Savoy

with

the

Bithops, and feveral

of

their Divines,

2.305,

&c.

their Petition to the King after

that Conference,

z.

;66.

Multitudes

of

themfilencd on

Bartholomew

Day 166z.

2.384.

See

filenc'd Ms/titters.

Bi(hopp Frieleaux

S'v.ln4

.

.5.41.

OF

the

Quakers

,

1.77.

their

Refolution'

under

Sufferings

2.436

173

R.

R. Rainbow

1.64

The

Ranters

1.76

Mr.Rawlinfon

2. 303,305. 3.94

Mr. Jofeph

Read,

3.92. his

Imprifonment,

.1

.76

Of

Re-

ordination,

2.422. Reafons

againit

con-

tenting to it,

3.3o.

[fal(ly

pag'd

38].

Dr. Edward

Reignold's, 1.64.

2.229,230,232,

265,274,276,278,281,

282. he accepts

a

Bifhoprick,

2.

28

;,303,305,307,335,364

Mr.

John

Reognoid's

3.92

Mr.

Reptar

2.197

Dr.

Rive

Mr.

Roberts

Mr.

Jofeph

Rock

Mr.

Roles

Mr.

Rafe

S.

3.46,48

3.2

3.93

3.13

-395

X

AR.

Saeheverill

z.432

LYJ

Mr.

Jo.

Sadler

1.64

Mr.

Saltmarfls

1.56

Mr.

Sanga,.,

3

94,178. His Death 3.182

Dr.

Saunderfon,

hilltop of

Lincoln

2.305,357,

6

The

Savoy

Conference. A large

Account

of

it,2.3°3

,&c.

Of

the furreptitious publica-

tion

of

it

2.379

Scotland.

The

Diffatisfa&onsthere in King

Charles

the Firft's time

, 1.

,6.

Cramwel's

march thither

,

1.68.

a

great change

of

Affairs

there

in King

Charles

the

Second's

time

3.147

The

Scots.

Of

their

first

coming

into

Eng-

1

and, 1.17.

of

their coming

a fecond

time

into

England ro

help the

Parliament,

1.

49

of their

adherence

to

King

Charles

the

Se-

cond upon the taking

off of King

Charles

the Firlt

1.65,66

Seltaries

in the

Army,

I.

5

3.

in

the Parlia-

ment, 1.63. Obfrvations

about their

growth,

r. 97.

An whole days Difpute

maintain'd

wich

(leme

of

them by Mr.Bax-

ter

at

algmondefham

1.63

Seeker,

1.76

Dr.

Lazarus

Seaman,

1.

6z. 2.229. 3.13,94

Mr. Obadiah

Sedgwiek

1.42

Mr.

John

Sedgwiek

ibid.

The

Learned

Salden,

no Hobbift

3.48

Mr. Richard

Serjeant,

I.79,

88.

a Chará&er

ofhim

3.91

The

Earl

of

Sbaftabury

3.109

Mr.

Sheffield

3.13

Dr.

Sheldon

, first Bifhop

of

London,

then of

Can-