The History of England from the Accession of James the Second

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Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1849
 

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The Roman Catholic Divines overmatched
109
Favour shown to the Roman Catholic Religion in Scotland
115
I
125
His Errors
135
Arrival of Tyrconnel at Dublin as General
141
Rochester attacked by the Jesuitical Cabal
148
Dismission of Rochester
176
Change in the Policy of the Court towards the Puritans
231
Feeling of the Protestant Dissenters
237
The Court and the Church contend for the Favour of
268
Consecration of the Nuncio at St Jamess Palace his public
269
Proceedings of the High Commission
276
Magdalene College Oxford
283
The Fellows of Magdalene cited before the High Commission
289
Letter to a Dissenter
292
Penn attempts to mediate
295
Ejection of the Fellows
302
The Queen pregnant general Incredulity
308
General Discontent 12
314
The Board of Regulators
315
Questions put to the Magistrates
323
Sentiments of Foreign Governments
328
Character of the Roman Catholic Country Gentlemen
329
Inquisition in all the Public Departments
337
Second Defeat of the Government the King reprimands
339
Second Declaration of Indulgence
340
The Majority of the Puritans are against the Court Baxter
343
Consultation at Lambeth Palace 346 Consultation at Lambeth Palace
347
Dismission of Clarendon Tyrconnel Lord Deputy
350
It is determined to prosecute the Bishops for a Libel
354
The Bishops brought before the Kings Bench and bailed
364
Dismay of the English Colonists in Ireland
368
Trial of the Bishops
370
Kiffin
380
The Verdict Joy of the People
381
Peculiar State of Public Feeling at this Time
387

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الصفحة 435 - Some trust in chariots, and some in horses : but we will remember the name of the LORD our God.
الصفحة 375 - I am sure to be half ruined. If I say Not Guilty, I shall brew no more for the King; and if I say Guilty, I shall brew no more for anybody else." The trial then commenced, a trial which, even when coolly perused after the lapse of more than a century and a half, has all the interest of a drama. The advocates contended on both sides with far more than professional keenness and vehemence; the audience listened with as much anxiety as if the fate...

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