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Newspapers, 403.

Newton, Isaac, 427-

Nickers, 375.

Nimeguen, treaty of, 238.

Nonconfcrmists, expelled from their be-
nefices, 183. Persecuted, 184. Laws
against, rigorously enforced, 275.

Norfolk, Dukes of; their palace at
Norwich, 351.

Norman Kings of England, 13, 14.

Normandy, separation of, from England,
15.

Normans; their great qualities, 11
Their conquests, 12. In England, 13.
Their amalgamation with Saxons, 16.

North, Sir Dudley; his house in Basing-
lmll Street, 366.

North, Roger, 284. His Examen,367.
note.

North Road, the Great, 387.

Northumberland, wild state of (time of
Charles IL), 296.

Northuinberlaud Household Book, 326.

Norwich, in the time of Charles II., 350.

Nottingham, 352.

Outes, Titus, 242. His extravagant
stories and evidence, 246, 247. His
evidence against Lord Stafford, 270.

“ Observator," the, 406.

Ogilby; his Iiiuerarium Angliae, 323.
note.

Oldham, 840. note.

Ormond, James Butler, Duke of, 187.
His income, 320.

Osborn, Sir Thomas. See Danby, Earlof.

Ossory, Earl of, commands British auxi-
liaries in Holland. 236.

Oxford, meeting of Parliament at, 271.
Eminent divines at, 344. Flying
unnull to, 392. (time of Charles II.)
Low stain of Greek learning at, 411.

Papal supremacy, advantages of, in the
dark ages, 9.

Parkhurst, Bishop, 52.

Parkinson, R., on the population of
Manchester, 354. note.

Parliament, powers of, 30. Strength of
Puritans in (under Elizabeth), 62.
Abstains from opposition, 64. Takes
Pluntagenets; their greatness, l4.

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up question of monopolies 65. Eleven
yeats' disuse of, 89. Called, in con-
sequence of Scotch war, 98. Dis-
solved, 99. The Long, 100. Its
measures; parties in, 101. Its una—
nimity at the outset, 102. Its in-
creased demands on the King, 115.
Its resources at commencement of
the war, 117. Reverses, 119. Sub-
mits to military rule, 124. Dissolved,
136. Parliaments under Cromwell,
140, 141. The Long, revived, 148. Se-
cond expulsion, 149. Its return,152.
And final dissolution, 153. Conven-
tion summoned by Monk; its meeting
155. Dissolved by Charles II., 181

Parliament of 1661; its zeal for royalty,
182. Opposition in, to Charles IL,
200. Deceived by the Cabal; pro-
rogued, 223. Dissolved, 245.

Parliament of 1679 (the first); its
violence against Papists, 248. Pro-
rogued, 258. Second Parliament 0!
1679, 259. Meets, and passes the
Exclusion Bill. 268. Summoned to
Oxford (1681), 270. Its meeting
and dissolution, 271.

Parliament, Scotch, constitution of, 96.

Patrick, Simon, 344.

Pauperism, diminution of, 437. note. ’

Pearson, John, Bishop of Chester, 344.

Pepys, Samuel; his report on the Eng-
lish Navy, 310. 317. note. His ao-
count of Bristol, 348. His travelling
adventures, 388.

Pepysiau Library, ballads in, 299. note,

317. note. Maps of London in, 365.
note.
Pestfield, The, 372.

Peterborough, Henry Mordaunt, Earl of,
author of Halstead’s “Succinct Ge-
nealogies," 269. note.

“ Petition of Right," 88. Violated by
Charles I., 89.

Petty, Sir William, 293. note. His
Political Arithmetic, 350. note. One
of the founders of the Royal Society,
426. His statement of labourers'
wages, 430.

Pilgrimages, advantages of, 7.
Eugland to Rome 9.

From

Pococke, Edward, 344. ~

Popisli Plot, 242. 247.
regard to, 268.

Portsmouth, Duchess of, 217. 268.

Post Office, profits of, assigned toJames,
Duke of York, 300. Service of,
under Charles IL, 401. Revenue of,
402.

Prerogative of early English kings, 29.
How limited, 30. Stretched by Eli-
zabeth, 65.

Presbyterianism, established by the Long
Parliament, 164.

Presbyterians; their worship, 54. Fa-
vourable to Richard Cromwell, 145.
Coalésce with the Royalists, 149.

Preston, Richard Graham, Viscount;
his letter to Halifax, 287. note.

Prideaux, Dr. Humphrey, 344.

Primogeniture, right of ; not sanctioned
by Scripture, 73.

Printing, invention of, 47. Rarity of
presses, 406. and note.

Privy Council, 219.

Procopius; his marvellous account of
Britain, 5.

Puritans, dissatisfied with the Reforma-
tion, 61. Become republican; their
strength, 62. Support Queen Eli-
zabeth, 63. note. Their separation
from the Church widened, 76. 81.
Their extreme attachment to the Old
Testament, 83. Their gloomy fana-
ticism, 84. Their settlements in
America, 95. Incnr general hatred
and contempt, 166. 170. Their aus-
terity, 167. Hypocrites among
them, 172. Persecution of, 183.
Their antipathy to polite literature,
414

Reaction in

Puritan soldiers, character of, 125, 126.
Their objects, 136. Conspire against
Richard Cromwell, 148. Divisions
among them, 150. Their temper on
the eve of the Restoration, 154.
Their reception of Charles 11., 156.
Disbanded, 160.

Pym, John, impeachment of, 112.

Quakers, original, 171.

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Radcliffe, Dr. John, 384.

Ray, John, 426.

Reformation, early efforts for, 46. As-
sisted by the invention of printing,
47. In England, 51. Diseatisfies
the Puritans, 61.

Reformers, English, 52. Their leaning
towards Calvinism, 77. 81.

Remonstrance, the, 110.

Rent, increase of, 331.

Restoration, the, 155. Changes under,
186—190.

Revenue of England in 1685, 298.
Various heads of, 298, 299.

Revolution of 1688; efi‘ects of, 116

Richard 1., l4.

Ridley, Bishop, 52.

Right, Petition of, 88.

Roads, badness of, 387—391.

Rochester, Lawrence Hyde, Earl of ; his
character, 264. Resists the Exclusion
Bill, 268. His conduct in ofiice, 286.
Removed from the Treasury, 288.

Roman Catholic clergy; their influence
in the amalgamation of races, 23. In
the abolition of slavery, 25.

Roman Catholic religion ; social bene-
fits of, 23. Equalising tendencies of,
24. Hatred of, in England, 240.
Ferment against, 244.

Roman Catholics; their principle of re-
sistance to Sovereigns, 60. Attached
to the Royalist party, 106.

Romans in Britain, 4.

Rome, Saxon pilgrimages to, 9.

Rome, Church of; benefits of, in dark
ages, 23, 24. Becomes obstructive
to progress; its tenets, 49. Uni-
formity of its services, 54.

Roses, Wars of the, 21. Destruction of
great houses in, 39.

Roundheads, designation of, 104. The
party, how composed, 106. Theirargu-
ments, 108. Their disputes with Cave.-
liers after the Restoration, 161—166.

Royal Society founded, 422.

Royalists in the Long Parliament, 103.
Dissatisfied with Charles IL, 195.
197. Their aversion to a standing
army, 304.

Rump. See Parliament, the Long.

Rupert, Prince; his land and sea ser-
vice, 312. Hisscientific pursuits, 4223.

Russell, Lord William ; his dealings
with the French ambassador, 237.
A member of the Council, 252. His
execution, 279.

Russia, insignificance of (time of Charles
IL), 206.

Rye House Plot, 278.

Sabbath, Judaical, adopted by the
Puritans, 84.

Saint James’s Square, 371. Nuisances
in, 373.

Saint Paul's, the rebuilding of, 365.

Sanctuaries, advantages of, 8.

Saxons in Britain, 4. Their heathenism,
5. Conversion, 6. Progress in civi-
lisation, 9. Their struggle with the
Danes, 10. Tyrannised over by the
Normans, 13. Amalgamated with the
Normans, 16.

Scotland; its union of crowns with Eng-
land, 65. Population of, 67. How
affected by the union, 68. Reforma-
tion in, 69. Turbulence of the
people. 96. Their religious feelings,
97. Charles L’s war with, 99.
Acknowledges Charles IL, 134. Con-
quered by Cromwell, 135. Under
Charles 11., 191. Prelacy in, 192.
Under the government of James,
Duke of York, 281.

Scourers, 375.

“ Self-denying Ordinance," 122.

Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper,
Earl of; his character, 221. De-
clares against the Declaration of In-
dulgence, 231. Opposes Danby’s
administration, 234. Made Presi-
dent of the Council, 252. Resigns
his seat, 263. His opposition to
Government. 269. Flies to Holland;
his death, 279. His house in Alders-
gate Street, 369.

Sharp, John, Dean of Norwich, 344.

Sheflield, 355.

Sherlock, Dr. William, 844.

Shipmoney, 93. Resisted by Hampden;
declared legal by the judges, 94.
Levied rigorously, 99.

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Shovel, Sir Cloudesley, 816.

Sidney, Algernon, receives money from
France, 238. His elecution, 279.

Sloane, 426.

Sinollet; his representations of naval
oflicers, 316.

Soho Square, 370.

South, Robert, 344.

Southampton, Thomas Wriothesley, Earl
of, 187.

Southampton House, 370.

Spain; the monarchy becomes absolute
44. Formidable to England, 63.
State of (time of Charles 11.), 205.
War with France, 208. Homes from,
327.

Spenser; his opinion of Irish ballads, 68.

Sprat, Thomas, Bishop of Rochester, 344.

Stadtholders of Holland, 225.

Stafl‘ord, William Howard, Viscount
executed, 270.

Stamford, Thomas Grey, Earl of, 119.

Star Chamber, 92. Abolished, 101.

Stillingfleet, Edward, 344.

Strafl'ord, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of,
89. His character and policy, 90.
Deprecates the Scotch war, 98. Per-
sists in his policy, 100. His im-
peachment and execution, 101.

Stratton, battle of, 119.

Stukeley’s Itinerarium Curiosum, 301.
1101.9.

Succession. See Hereditary Right.

Sufi'olk, wages in, 432.

Sunderland, Robert Spencer, Earl of: his
political character. 256, 257. Sup-
ports the Exclusion Bill, 268. His
intrigues, 286.

Supremacy, royal, 56. Assertion of,
by Henry VIII. and Cranmer 57.
Claim modified by Elizabeth, 58.

Sweden, a member of the Triple Alliance,
210.

Tangier, garrisoned by the English. l98.
Relinquished by Charles 11.. 274.

Taxation, parliamentary consent neces-
sary to, 32. Importance of this right,
44. The right involved in the ques-
tion of Shipmoney, 94,

Temple, Sir \Villialn; negotiates the

Triple Alliance, 210. His character,
249. His scheme of Government, 250,
251.

Tenison, Dr., 344.

Test Act, 231.
IL, 282.

Teutonic languages, coincident with
Protestantism, 69.

Thoresby, Ralph, 387, 388.

“ Thorough," of Strafi'ord, 90. 95.

Tillotson, Archbishop, 344. Dryden’s
testimony to, 345. note.

Tityre Tus, 375.

Torture in England, never legal, 33.
Last infliction of, 99. In Scotland,
281.

Tory; origin of the term, 267.

Tower Hamlets, 364.

Treasurer, Lord, stipend of, 321.

Triers, Board of, 164.

“ Trimmers,” 254.

Triple Alliance, 210.

Tudor Sovereigns, 40. Their tyranny,
how checked, 4].

Tunbridge Wells, 359.

Turberville; his evidence against Staf-
ford, 270. Against College, 275.
Turenne; English Puritans in his army,

126.
Turnpike Acts, 390.

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Waller, Edmund, 415.

Wallis, John, 426.

Walters, Lucy, 259. Her rumoured
marriage to Charles 11., 261.

Warwicksliirc, wages in, 431.

Wentworth, Thomas. See Strafi'ord.

West Indies, trade of Bristol with, 349.

Whig; origin of the term, 267.

Whigs; their efforts to pass the Ex-
clusion Bill, 258. 269. 271. Reac-
tion against, 272, 273. Pemecution
of, 274. Their plots, 277. Severe
measures against, 278, 279.

Whitby, Dr. Daniel, 344.

\Vhitcl'riars (Alsatia), 377.

Whitehall, Court of, 380-

Whitgift. Archbishop, 81.

William 1., Prince of Orange, 225

William 11. of Holland, 226.

William, Prince of Orange, afterwards
King of England; his birth, 226.
Succeeds to the government of H01-
land; his heroic resistance to the
French, 227. His marriage with the
Princess Mary, 236. Population
rctnms obtained by, 294. His ar-
tillery, 317.

Will‘s Coffee House, 383.

Wolsey; his magnificence, 388.

Wood, '1‘.; his Anglia Notitia, 341. note.

Wood's History of Bath, 362. note.

Woodward, the naturalist, 426.

Woollen manufacture, 354.

Worcester, 352.

Worcester, Marquess of; his steam
engine, 386.

“'ren, Sir Christopher, 365. 428

\Vyclifi'e, 20.

Yeomanry, under Charles 11.; their in-
fluence and sentiments, 347.

York, 352.

York, Council of, 93. Abolished, 101.

York, James, Duke of. See James,
’ Duke of York.

York, Duchess of (Anne Hyde); hfll
death, 218.

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