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The

TIIBLE

Canterbury

a.

62.

1.276,305

The

Sicknef

in the year 1665.

2.418.

3.1

Sílened

Minifiers.

See

Mini

flers.

Mr.

Silvefier

3.96

Mr.

Smith

3.13

Mr.

Samuel Smith

1.9

Mr.South's

misfortune when preaching

before

the King

2.

380

The

Earl

of

Southampton

3.3

Mr.

Sound.

A.

Chara

&er

of him

3.9;

Dr.

Sparrow

Mr:

Ambrofe

Sperry,

'a. 383. His

Character,

3.91

Mr.

John

Spilsbury

3.92

Dr. $1,40W,

42.

2.229,230,276,303,305.

3.97

Mr.

Stancloe

3.13,96

Mr.

James

Stanfield

2.373

Dr.

Sterne, Bitttop

of

Carlyle ,

afterwards

of

Tork

2.3

°5,338

Mr.Peter

Sterry.

Sir

Benjamin

Rudiard'sCha.

rather

of

him.

1.75

Mr.

Stoepe

2.380

Mt.

&ebbs.

A Character

of

him,

3.94.

His

Death

3.189

Mr. Nevil

Symnsons.

The

Cafe between

him

and Mr.

Baxter

fisted in

a

Letter to a

Friend,

Ap.N.7.

Mr.

Swaine

3.98

Mr.

Sidrach

Sympfon

1.64,

73,103.2.197

7.

MR.

Francis

Talento.

A

Character of him

3.94

Mr.

Taverner

3.36,97

The

Teif.

Debates about

in Parliamenti3.167

Mr. William

Thomas

3.13

Mr.

Tborndike

2.364

Mr.

John

Tombes,

x.88.

The

difference

that

arofe

between him and Mr.

Baxter

,

and

their Difpute at

Bewdley

Mr.

Andrew

Tri/tram

1.96

3.

92

The

Triers

of

Minifters

1.72

Dr.

Tuckney

2.303,307. 3.97

Sir William

Turner

3.48

Mr.

Turner

3.2,19,9

5

Dr.

William

Twiffe

1.7;

Judge

TyrelI

3.59

V.

U.

SIr

Henry

Vane.

His Charader,n.75.. His

Bravoury at the time

of

his

Death,

1,76

The

Van:

lb.

His Followers

1:74

The

Lord

Chief

jollies

Vaughan

3.59

Mr.

Vaughan

3,96

Veneer

2.300

Mr.

yenning

3.95

Mr. Richard

Vines,

1.44,62,64. A Letter

of

his

to

Mr.Baxter

2.147. 2.197

Mr. Thomas

Vincent,

3.2,29. His Character,

Mr. Nathaniel

Vincent

3

95

3.19

Archbilhop

Whey

1;25,62,73.2.097

Of

Mr

,Baxter's

acquaintance with him, 2.

2o6. His Judgment about Univerfal Re-

demption

i

and about the validity

of

Pres-

byters

Ordination,

ibid.

His

Reduction

of

Epifcopacy, or Model

of

Church Go-

vernment

at large,2.z

;8. This

wasoffer'd.

King

Charles

the

Firft at

the

ye

of Wight,

1.62.

and

offer'd

to King

Charles

the

Se-

cond upon

his

return,

by

the Presbyteri-

an

Minifters,as

a

(landing Form

of

Church

Government

2.234

W.

MR.

Wadfwortb,

3.

19.

His Character,

3.

95,178

Mr. Humphrey

Waldern

1.88,92

Dr.

Wallis,

I.

107.

2.

229,230,276,277,303,

Ralph

Wallis,

the Cobler

of

Gloce/ter305 3323

Dr.

Walton

Bithop

of

Chefirr

2.305,340

War.

Occafions

of

the Civil War between

King and Parliament,2z6.

the firft

Dutch

War,

3.16.

the fecund

Dutch War

3.99

Mr.

John

Warren

1.107. 3.97

Dr.

Warmeftry

2.307,149

Mr. Thomas

Wattfon

1.67.

3.19,95

Bithop

Wefìford

Col.

Whaley

1.5r,55

Mr. John

White

1.19

Mr.

Whitaker

Mr. Richard

Wckflead

Judge

Wild

Mr.

Wíldbore

Dr.

Wilkins

3.24

Mr.

Wills

3.93

Mr.

Wilton.

His

Character

3.96

Mr.

Willsby

3.92

Dr.

Wincop

The

Lord

Windier

1.73

3.95

2.4,11

3.59

3.1;

1.73

Dr.

Winter

2.269

Mr.

Benjamin

Woodbridge

2403,307.

3.98

Mr.

Woodcock

Dr.

Worth

Mr.

Woodward

Mr. Thomas

Wright

of

Kinnerfley

FINIS.

7bia Table

is to

be

placed tats

of

all,

and

the

fiat

Signature

fleonld

be

S,

3.94

2.232

3.36

3.94