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Newton, Isaac, 427-
Nimeguen, treaty of, 238.
Nonconfcrmists, expelled from their be-
Norfolk, Dukes of; their palace at
Norman Kings of England, 13, 14.
Normandy, separation of, from England,
Normans; their great qualities, 11
North, Sir Dudley; his house in Basing-
North, Roger, 284. His Examen,367.
North Road, the Great, 387.
Northumberland, wild state of (time of
Northuinberlaud Household Book, 326.
Norwich, in the time of Charles II., 350.
Outes, Titus, 242. His extravagant
“ Observator," the, 406.
Ogilby; his Iiiuerarium Angliae, 323.
Oldham, 840. note.
Ormond, James Butler, Duke of, 187.
Osborn, Sir Thomas. See Danby, Earlof.
Ossory, Earl of, commands British auxi-
Oxford, meeting of Parliament at, 271.
Papal supremacy, advantages of, in the
Parkhurst, Bishop, 52.
Parkinson, R., on the population of
Parliament, powers of, 30. Strength of
up question of monopolies 65. Eleven
Parliament of 1661; its zeal for royalty,
Parliament of 1679 (the first); its
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-
Pepysiau Library, ballads in, 299. note,
317. note. Maps of London in, 365.
Peterborough, Henry Mordaunt, Earl of,
“ Petition of Right," 88. Violated by
Petty, Sir William, 293. note. His
Pilgrimages, advantages of, 7.
Pococke, Edward, 344. ~
Popisli Plot, 242. 247.
Portsmouth, Duchess of, 217. 268.
Post Office, profits of, assigned toJames,
Prerogative of early English kings, 29.
Presbyterianism, established by the Long
Presbyterians; their worship, 54. Fa-
Preston, Richard Graham, Viscount;
Prideaux, Dr. Humphrey, 344.
Primogeniture, right of ; not sanctioned
Printing, invention of, 47. Rarity of
Privy Council, 219.
Procopius; his marvellous account of
Puritans, dissatisfied with the Reforma-
Puritan soldiers, character of, 125, 126.
Pym, John, impeachment of, 112.
Quakers, original, 171.
Radcliffe, Dr. John, 384.
Ray, John, 426.
Reformation, early efforts for, 46. As-
Reformers, English, 52. Their leaning
Remonstrance, the, 110.
Rent, increase of, 331.
Restoration, the, 155. Changes under,
Revenue of England in 1685, 298.
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
Roman Catholic clergy; their influence
Roman Catholic religion ; social bene-
Roman Catholics; their principle of re-
Romans in Britain, 4.
Rome, Saxon pilgrimages to, 9.
Rome, Church of; benefits of, in dark
Roses, Wars of the, 21. Destruction of
Roundheads, designation of, 104. The
Royal Society founded, 422.
Royalists in the Long Parliament, 103.
Rump. See Parliament, the Long.
Rupert, Prince; his land and sea ser-
Russell, Lord William ; his dealings
Russia, insignificance of (time of Charles
Rye House Plot, 278.
Sabbath, Judaical, adopted by the
Saint James’s Square, 371. Nuisances
Saint Paul's, the rebuilding of, 365.
Sanctuaries, advantages of, 8.
Saxons in Britain, 4. Their heathenism,
Scotland; its union of crowns with Eng-
“ Self-denying Ordinance," 122.
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper,
Sharp, John, Dean of Norwich, 344.
Sherlock, Dr. William, 844.
Shipmoney, 93. Resisted by Hampden;
Shovel, Sir Cloudesley, 816.
Sidney, Algernon, receives money from
Sinollet; his representations of naval
Soho Square, 370.
South, Robert, 344.
Southampton, Thomas Wriothesley, Earl
Southampton House, 370.
Spain; the monarchy becomes absolute
Spenser; his opinion of Irish ballads, 68.
Sprat, Thomas, Bishop of Rochester, 344.
Stadtholders of Holland, 225.
Stafl‘ord, William Howard, Viscount
Stamford, Thomas Grey, Earl of, 119.
Star Chamber, 92. Abolished, 101.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 344.
Strafl'ord, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of,
Stratton, battle of, 119.
Stukeley’s Itinerarium Curiosum, 301.
Succession. See Hereditary Right.
Sufi'olk, wages in, 432.
Sunderland, Robert Spencer, Earl of: his
Supremacy, royal, 56. Assertion of,
Sweden, a member of the Triple Alliance,
Tangier, garrisoned by the English. l98.
Taxation, parliamentary consent neces-
Temple, Sir \Villialn; negotiates the
Triple Alliance, 210. His character,
Tenison, Dr., 344.
Test Act, 231.
Teutonic languages, coincident with
Thoresby, Ralph, 387, 388.
“ Thorough," of Strafi'ord, 90. 95.
Tillotson, Archbishop, 344. Dryden’s
Tityre Tus, 375.
Torture in England, never legal, 33.
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,
Tunbridge Wells, 359.
Turberville; his evidence against Staf-
Violated by Charles
Waller, Edmund, 415.
Wallis, John, 426.
Walters, Lucy, 259. Her rumoured
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-
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
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, Marquess of; his steam
“'ren, Sir Christopher, 365. 428
Yeomanry, under Charles 11.; their in-
York, Council of, 93. Abolished, 101.
York, James, Duke of. See James,
York, Duchess of (Anne Hyde); hfll
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