... The History of England from the Accession of James the Second, Niteet 3–4

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Partial Toleration granted in Scotland
59
It is unsuccessful Admiral Herbert
62
Reception of the Queen of England in France
63
The Court and the Church contend for the Favour of
69
Some of them side with the Court Care Alsop
76
THE Flight of James known great Agitation
79
Kiliin
83
The Prince and Princess of Orange hostile to the Declaration
89
Rejoicings in Holland 1 141
100
Men of Rank begin to repair to the Prince
130
Dissolution of the Parliament
131
Proceedings against the University of Cambridge
138
Court of William at Exeter
141
Magdalene College Oxford
146
The Fellows of Magdalene cited before the High Commis
152
He reprimands the Fellows of Magdalene
158
Exertions of the Prince to restore Order
159
Ejection of the Fellows
165
Scheme of James and Tyrconnel for preventing the Prin
172
Willialns Solicitor General
208
Consultation at Lambeth Palace
216
Hesitation of the Govemment
223
IEBIOTYPED AND PRINTED II
229
Birth of the Pretender he is generally believed to be sup
230
The Bishops brought before the Kings Bench and bailed
236
Trial of the Bishops
242
The Bill for settling the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy
246
Their Views respecting the English Roman Catholics vindi
247
The Verdict Joy of the People
255
Peculiar State of Public Feeling at this Time
261
The Bill for settling the Coronation Oath
264
Russell proposes to the Prince of Orange a Descent
275
Sprat resigns his Seat
294
Lillibullero
306
The Archbishopric of Cologne I
312
Sunderland
318
Exertions of Lewis to save James
325
The French Armies invade Germany
331
James roused to a Sense of his Danger his Naval Means
339
His Concessions ill received
345
William takes leave of the States of Holland
352
He passes the Straits
359
He enters Exeter
366
State of Parties in England 74
74
Feeling of the Constituent Bodies and of the Peers 1 77
77
Danbys Plan 81
81
Choice of a Speaker 88
88
It is sent up to the Lords 95
95
Enmity of James to Burnet 98
98
Halifax 104
104
Compton Herbert Churchill 110
110
Letter of James to the Convention Debates 111
111
Dykvelt returns to the Hague with Letters from many emi
116
The Conference between the Houses 117
117
Caste1maines Embassy to Rome 123
123
CHAPTER VIII
139
Discontent of the Clergy and of the Army 142
142
Temper of the Whigs 149
151
Nottingham 157
157
The Household 163
163
The Members of the two Houses required to take the Oaths 1 72
174
Consecration of the N uncio at St Jamess Palace 129
180
The Board of Regulators 181
181
Questions put to the Magistrates 190
190
List of Sheriffs Character of the Roman Catholic Country
196
Unpopularity of William 191
197
General Maladministration 204
204
Inquisition in all the Public Departments 205
205
Department of Foreign Affairs 212
212
Williams Views concerning Ecclesiastical Polity 219
219
The Toleration Bill 227
227
The Comprehension Bill 236
236
The Coronation 267
267
War declared against France 277
277
Lumley Invitation to VVilliam despatched 281
281
The military Power in the Hands of the Roman Catholics
284
Conduct of James after the Trial of the Bishops 290
290
Enniskillen 292
292
Mountjoy sent to pacify Ulster 298
298
Richard Hamilton sent to Ireland on his Parole 304
304
Devastation of the Country 309
310
Enniskillen and Londonderry hold out Richard Hamilton
316
Choice of a French Ambassador to accompany James 322
322
Journey of James from Cork to Dublin 328
328
James determines to go to Ulster 339
339

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