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C

ass

J.

e

had any

Conference

with

these

by

Letter

or

Mefi

`

fage.

The

Fa&

charged upon

Cartwright

was, that

there

had been

tome Correfpondence

between him

and

COPPINGI±R;

that

he

had

neither

difivaded him

from

the

Detgn,

nor acquainted

the

Government

With

it.

This,

by

Mr.

N's

own

Accourt,

Cart-

wright does

not'denv,

which

he (hould have

done,

if

he

intended to

anfwer

the

Charge brought

spina

him, and

not

contented himfelf

with declaring,

he had

never feen Racket or

Arthingeoon.

There

is

vide

Confpi.

another famous

Puritan,

Mr..

lf'zggington, who

is

racy for

pre_

particularly charged,

as

being

acquainted

with the

tended

Re-

Men

and the

Detign. Mr.

N.

p.

473.

defcrioes

form.

p.

28.

him

as a

warm

Nonconformitt,

but

lays

nothing

in

88.

particular,

to

acquit

him

of

the Charge.

Racket

himfwlf,

when

he

was put upon

the

Torture,

named

Wiggington

as

one,

that

if

he

was

well

fifted, a

,d

ítridly

examined,

would

utter

and declare

fundry

Matters

of Treafon,

as

we

find in

Mr.StrIpe,

who

makes

the

following Obfervation.

`

What Un-

Strype's Ann.

derttanding there was between

thefe

Wretches

voi.16:

p.7a.

(Hacket, Copsínger and

Prthington)

and

Mar

-pre-

`

late

and

his

Company,

may

be

gathered

from

Part

a

Letter

from,

Coppinger

to

Udal,

who

was

then

a

Prifoner

in

Southwark, telling

him,

that the

Cáufe

why he repaired

not unto

him and

the reti

who

were

in

Prifon,

fo

oft

as

he

was

wont

to

do,

was

for

Doubt

of

more

Trouble

and

Danger

that

might

grow

to them thereby;

and

that

in

refpeét

of

an

Action

he had

to

do."

This '\

&ion

was,

declarin. the

Queen

had

forfeited

the

Crown,

and

proclaiming Hacket

to

be

King

of

Europe

by

a

fpe-

cia!

Appointment.

Ns

Hill p. 358.

`

Ar the

Opening

of

the new

Parliament,

Feb.

2.

(Feb.

19.

fay

the

Statute-Book

and

-D',Ewe's

journal)

the

Queen

dignified

her

Pleafure to

the

Hoiul.,

that

they

might redrels

loch

popular Grievances

as

were complained

of

`

its

their feveral

Counties,

but

thould

leave

all

Mat-

`

ters

of

State to herfelf

and the

Council,

and all

4,

Matters

relating to

the

Church

to

herfelf

and

the.

Bithops.

WTlaat

an

inli

nitïcant

thing

is a

Repre-

A a

q

`

fetuative