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Justices in doubt as to meaning of
the Declaration, p. 133; brought
before the Privy Council, p. 136.
Juxon, William, elevated to Canter-
bury, p. 8.

Kendal, p. 65.

Lake, Sir Edward, p. 101.
Lancashire, Addresses and petitions
from, p. 94.

Langley, Dr., p. 97.

Larke, Sampson, pp. 100-101.
Lauderdale, D. of, a member of the
Cabal, p. 57; advises Charles to
maintain the Declaration, p. 115;
proposes to bring the Scottish
army across the border, p. 118.
Lawrence, Edward, reported to
parliament, p. 61.
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pp. 26, 27.

Lee, Richard, p. 30.

Lee, Sir Thomas, pp. 111, 114.
Leeds, p. 138.

Leominster, p. 52.
Licences issued by Secretaries of
State, p. 91; Payments required
for, p. 95; for chapels, churches,
&c., refused, pp. 96, 97; numbers
and how distributed, pp. 98, 99;
recalled, p. 141.

Locke, p. 79.
Lords, House of, attempt to make
terms of Uniformity Act easier,
p. 23; offer amendments to Con-
venticle Act, 1670, p. 67; declare
against suspending and dispensing
power, p. 121; refuse to enter
upon dispute with Commons, p.
121; advice to Charles, pp. 122,

Louis XVI concludes Treaty of
Dover, pp. 71-73; attitude towards
the Declaration, pp. 89, 90, 106,
110, 123.

Love, Alderman, p. 114.
'Loyall Nonconformist, The,' pp.
50, 51.

'Loyal Subject's Lament

The,' p. 21.

Ludlow, Edmund, p. 57.
Lyttleton, Sir Thomas, p. 110.

Manchester, Nonconformists congre-
gate at, p. 131.

Manton, Dr., at Breda, p. 6; con-
sults with Bridgeman concerning
comprehension, p. 59; interviews
Charles, p. 74.

March, Charles de la, p. 102.
Marchand, Thos., p. 102.
Margate, p. 138.
Martindale, Adam, p. 19.

Marvell, Andrew, attacks Parker,
P. 71.
Maynard, p. 109.

Meres, Sir Thomas, pp. 114, 116.
Meeting-houses seized by episco-
palians, p. 54; spring up as a
result of the Declaration, pp. 95,

Mews, Peter, pp. 97, 98.
Montacute, Peter, p. 41.
Morley, George, Bishop of Win-
chester, p. 139.

Musgrave, p. 109.

Newbury, Town-hall at, p. 97.
Newcastle, P. 41.
Newcome, Henry, p. 7.
Nonconformists, friends at court, p.
36; petition Charles, p. 36; repre-
sentatives summoned to court, p.
38; persecuted, p. 43; Meeting-
houses of, seized, p. 54; welcome
the advent to power of Bucking-
ham and Bridgeman, p. 57; in-
vited to consult concerning tolera-
tion, p. 59; reported to parliament
for disturbing divine service, p.
61; audience with Charles, p. 62;
in despair, p. 73; divided into
ducklings' and 'dons,' p. 75;
accused of receiving bribes, p. 90;
return thanks for the Declaration,
PP. 92, 93; pardoned, p. 100;
Complaints against, for abuse of
Declaration, PP. 102, 103;
approached for terms of union,
p. 139.

Norbury Chapel, pp. 30, 103.
Norham upon Tweed, p. 102.
Norwich, pp. 41, 52.

Orde, Edward, p. 102.
Orleans, Duchess of, p. 71.
Osborne, Sir Thomas, p. 114.
Owen, Dr. John, on the Conventicle
Act, p. 46; thinks of leaving
England, p. 52; 'State of the
Kingdom. p. 66; attacked
by Parker, p. 71 (and note); An
Account of the Grounds

p. 82; receives donation from
Charles, pp. 90, 91.

Oxford, pp. 65, 97.
Oxford Oath, p. 49.


P. 88.

Parker, Samuel, Bishop of Oxford, | Presbyterians help to restore

attacks Owen and is answered by Charles II, p. 2; appointed royal
Marvell, p. 71.

chaplains, p. 9; offered prefer-
Parliament, order touching quiet. ments, p. 15; feud with Indepen.

ing Possessions,' p. 9; discuss bill dents breaks out afresh, p. 97.
for Maintenance of the true re- Present Interest of England stated,'
formed Protestant Religion,' p. p. 83 (and note).
10; New, elected 1661, p. 20; Proclamation against disturbance of
rejects bill to grant Charles dis- ecclesiastical possessions, p. 8;
pensing power, p. 39; forbids prohibiting unlawful and seditious
introduction of measures for meetings, p. 16; ordering Jesuits
toleration, p. 61; discusses possi. to leave the kingdom, p. 123.
bility of uniting all protestants, Protestants, Foreign, in England,
p. 61; discusses new Conventicle

P. I.
Act, p. 62; refuses to sanction Puritans made the subject of jest,
conference of episcopalians and p. 7.
nonconformists, p. 62; leading
speakers support theory of tolera. Quakers, Tenets of, p. 3 (and notes);
tion, p. 66; attacks the Declara- Declaration from the ... p.
tion, p. 108; declares against sus. 16; in prison, p. 24; released by
pending power, p. 109; petitions Charles, 1662, p. 36; and the
Charles against the Declaration, Declaration, pp. 89,
pp. 110, 111; discusses question 'Queries upon the Declaration,' p.
of toleration, pp. 111, 112, 113, 88.
114; resolves to bring in bill for
relief of protestant dissenters, p. Reading, p. 100.
112; discusses Charles's answer Recantation of a Penitent Proteus,
to the petition, pp. 116, 117; The,' p. 30.
replies to King's answer, pp. 117, 'Resurrection of Lazarus, The,'
118; receives news of withdrawal
of the Declaration, p. 123 ; pro- Reynolds, Edward, at Breda, p. 6;
ceeds with bill for relief of protes- made Bishop of Norwich, p. 16;
tants, pp. 125, 126; passes the preaches toleration, p. 54.
Test Act, p. 127.

Robarts, Lord, blamed by Claren.
Pawlet, Mr., p. 104.

don author of indulgence,
Pell, William, p. 103.

1662, p. 37 ; introduces a bill to
Penn, William, the case of, p. 69. give effect to indulgence, pp. 38,
Perchard, Daniel, p. 102.

Persecution commences, 1660, p. 8; Robinson, Sir John, Lord Mayor of

General, of Quakers, p. 17 ; keen London, p. 39:
while parliament sits 1661, p. 24; Roman Catholics, Hopes of, in
felt to be useless, p. 33 ; slackens, 1660, p. 4; rarely prosecuted, p
1663, p. 39; juries intimidated,

p. 43; perjury to secure convic-

‘Room for News,' p. 107.
tions, p. 46; severe, p. 47 ; greatest
in 1670-1671, pp. 68, 69; renewed, Sandwich, p. 65.
1673, pp. 131, 132.

Savoy Conference, pp. 18-20.
* Petition for peace and concord,' Shaftesbury, Earl of, p. 10; averse
p. 19.

to persecution, p. 37; religious
· Petition, Humble, of several views, p. 56; Memorial of, on
ministers ...,' p. 36.

decay of land-rents and trade, p.
Pike, Thomas, p. 102.

64; held responsible by many foi
Pinner's Hall, p. 97.

the Declaration, pp. 79,

80 :
Plague, the, Clergy flee during, p. advises Charles to summon parlia.

ment, 1673, p. 106; protests
Plots, Rumours of, pp. 22, 44 ; at against unworthy suspicions of
Farnley Wood, p. 44.

Charles, p. 107; advises Charles
Powle, Mr., p. 116.

not to revoke the Declaration, p.
Prayer Book, Revision of, p. 20. 115; tries to win over the House
Presbyterianism, Attempt to estab. of Lords, pp. 118-123 ; supports
lish, p. 2.

the Test Act, p. 128.



P. 1o.

Shakerley, Sir George, pp. 102, 103, Toxteth Park, p. 98.
Sheldon, Gilbert, becomes Bishop of

London, p. 8; orders Dr. Bates
and Dr. Jacomb to read the Uffington, p. 41.
Common Prayer, p. 15; demands Uniformity, Act for, introduced,
a written statement of Presby. p. 22; severity of terms, p. 25:
terian objections to the Liturgy, takes effect on St. Bartholomew's
p. 19; favourably receives the Day, p. 28; farewell sermons, pp
King's proviso, p. 23; complains

28, 29;

Number of ministers
of schismatic preachers in East silenced by, p. 30; enforced out.
India Company's service, p. 33 ; side England, p. 33; effects of,
opposes indulgence, 1662, p. 37 ;

pp. 33-35
condemns Charles's declaration, Union of Protestants, Meeting to
1662, p. 38; remains at his post consider terms of, p. 9; Charles
during the plague, p. 48 ; asks for asked to call a synod for the,
returns concerning ejected clergy,
p. 49; promotes the Five Mile Act,
P. 49; sends out letters stirring up
bishops and clergy, p. 58; gives Venner's revolt, p. 16.
entertainment ridiculing dis. Verney, Sir R., p. 109.
senters, pp. 58, 59; rejoices at Vincent, Thomas, p. 74.
parliament's enactments, p. 61;
instructs clergy to preach against
the Declaration, p. 85; rallies the Waller, Edmund, pp. 108, 112.
bishops, pp. 106, 121; rejoices at Wallis, Ralph, Room for the
the failure of the bill for relief, Cobbler of Gloucester,' p. 63;
p. 127.

attacks episcopalians, p. 68 (note).
Shirley, Sir Robert, p. 136.

Walton, Bryan, Bishop of Chester,
Slade, p. 135.

p. 70.
Solemn League and Covenant Watson, Thomas, p. 74.
declared illegal, p. 121.

Whalley, Peter, p. 133.
Sterling, Lord Mayor of London, Whately, Mr., p. 102.
p. 73.

Whitchurch, p. 131.
Stillingfieet, Dr. Edward, p. 90. Whitaker, William, p. 74.
Strangeways, Colonel, p. 114.

Wilde, Dr. Robert,

Poem upon
Stratford, Nicholas, Dean of Man. the Imprisonment of Mr. Calamy,
chester, p. 102.

p. 42; 'The Loyall Noncon.
Stubbs, Henry, p. 32.

formist,' pp. 50, 51; 'Humble
Thanks for



P. 86.

Test Act, The, p. 128.

Wilkins, Dr., to treat with noncon-
Thomson, Alexander, p. 104.

formists, p. 59.
Thruston, John, p. 54.

Williamson, Sir Joseph, pp. 74, 75,
Titmarsh, Mr., p. 98.

78, 91, 97, 103.
Titus, Colonel, p. 108.

Wright, John, p. 101.
Toleration, Cromwell on, p. 2; Cir.

cumstances of the Restoration not
favourable to, p. 4; promised Yarmouth, pp. 41, 52, 54, 138.
from Breda, p. 6; at will of magis-
trates, p. 15; Hopes of, 1663, p.
39; Bridgeman's scheme for,
p. 59; Sir Matthew Hale to draw
up a bill for toleration, p. 60;
Rumours of toleration, 1671, p. 74.



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