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ACTs paft, Page 209, 228, 254
Address of the Episcopal Clerrgy of Scotland to the
Queen, 4. Of the Parliament in Ireland to the Duke
of Ormond, 82, 83. To the Queen, 84, 86. Of the
Parliament of England, 163, 164, 168, 190, 192,
193, 210, 241, 248. Of the Clergy, 218, 221,
Arch. Duke of Austria, declar'd King of Spain, 196.
Arris (Captain) bis Endeavours to relieve the Cevenois,
from p. 1ol, to p. 104.
Argite, his Book cenfurld, and himself expelld the Horse
of Commons in Ireland, 89:
Ausburg taken by the Duke of Bavaria, 152.
Bavaria, Ele&tor of, makes himself Master of Ratisbonne,
p. 116. His Memorials to the Diet, IIS. He pube
lifes a Manifesto, 137. His Progresles in Tirol;
139. His ill Success, 140. He abandons Tirol,
Bonn besieged by the Duke of Marlborough, 116. And
Boucher (James) arraigned, 223. And Condemn'd;
Brisac (old) taken by the French, 147.
, their Insurredion, p. 8." The Court of Eng;
land resolve ta alift them, 11. Endeavours to relieve
them, roi, 102, 103, 104.
Charles III. King of Spain, his journey to Holland,
155. He embarks there, 170. Arrives at Spithead,
225. Comes to Windsor, 226, Sails for Portu-
gal, 225. Is forcid back by a Storm, 228. Put mai
gain to Sea, and arrives in Portugal, 229.
Codrington (Colonel) his unsuccessful Expedition,
Coehorn (General) forces the French Lines, 120.
Commons, their Vates to Vindicate their Privileges
206. And against tha Lords,
in Answer to the Lords Representdtion, 276." This
Vindicate the Queen's Prerogatives, 217.
53 - 5 * ,
Fairbon (Sir Stafford waits on the King of Portugal
. p. 98.5
Fait appointed, 169.1
Ferguson, Votes against him, 245.
Fleet, Morions, of it under Admiral Shovel, 96.
French, take Fort Kehl, 108. Repuls'd before the Lines
at Stolhoffen, 112. Penetrate into Germany, 113.
And join the Bavarians, 114. They fly before the
Duke of Marlborough, 120. Their Lines forc’d,
ibid. A Rencounter between them and the Imperialists,
Gelder surrendred, p. 157.
Germany, Affairs there, 108. 137.
Granvile (Lord) bis Speech to the Stannators, 158.
Graydon (Vice-Admiral) meets with Du Cafte, and
does not fight bim, 2. Resolves of the Lords against
Helle: Caffel (Prince of) defeated by the French,' s47.
Hill (Mr.) Tent to Turin, 137.
Hop (Monfieur, his Account of tbe Fight at Eckeren,
Hungarians, ebeir Infurre&ion, 152.
Huy invested, 112. And taken, 133.
Ireland, the Parliament of that Kingdom meets, p. 80.
Their Proceedings.from p. 80, 50 p.96.
Kirby (Captain) Shot to Death, p. 6.
Knights of the Garter infalld, 2.
Landau Besieged, p. 147. And surrendred, 149.
Letter of the Lords in Ireland to the Queen, 87.
Limburg invested and taken, 136.
Lords, their Votes and Representation to clear their Pro-
ceedings, 195. Their Refolves against Graydon, 243.
And in Relation to the Plot, 244. And againjt Fer.
gulon, 253. And against ike Commons, 246.
Marlborough, (Duke of) Befieges Bon, 116. and takes
it, 118. The French fly before, i 20. He views their
Lines, 131. He is for forcing them, 134. He takes
Limburg, 136. He waits on tbe King of Spain,
1$ 4. Arrives from Holland, 161. Goes thither, and
returns from thence, 208.
Marlin (Count) sent to Command the French Forces in
Navy, Promotions in it, i.
Newmerk, čaken by the Imperialists, 108.
Nottingham (Earl of) cleard by the Commons, 194.
And by the Lords, 245.
Noyelles (Count) levels the French Lines, 171.
Observator, The Author of it questioned, 208.
Occasional Conformity Bill, Debates and Speeches 22
bout it, from 171.to 189. Reje&ted, 189.
Opdam (General) Account of his defeai, 121. His
Order of the Thiftle reviv’d, 209.
Ormond (Duke of) sets out for Ireland, 8. Arrives as
Dublin, ibid. He is magnificently entertain'd by the
City of Dublin, 78. His Speech to the Parliament of
Ireland, 80. and 237.
Overkirk' (General) hos admirable Condud, 119.
Queen goes to Windfor, 7. Goes to the Bath; 17. Her
Letter to the Scorch Parliament, 20. Her Speech to
the Parliament. 161. 190. 229...,
Her Order to re-
gulate the Play houses, 208. Her Birth Day folem-
nized, 217. Her Mejl age to lhe Commons in Favour
of the Clergy, ibid. Her Speech to both Houses, 254.
Ratisbonne, taken by the Ele&or of Bavaria, 110. Red
Solve of the Diet there, 114.
Representation of the Lords to the Queen. 2511
Salisbury (Bishop of ) bis Speech against the Occafie
onal Conformity Bill, p. 189.
Savoy (Duke of) breaks with France, 155.
Schomberg (Duke of) declared General of the Forces to
be sent into Portugal, 13: And made Knight of the
Garter, 14. He is Installd, 158.
Schlick (Count) Part of his Army routed, 109.
Scotland, Affairs of that Kingdom, 14. Their Parlia-
ment meets, 19. Their Proceedings from p. 25, to
Shovel, (Sir Cloudelly) motions of the Fleet under bim,
96. His Manifesto, 100. Arrives at Leghorn,
ios. Sails from thence, and arrives in the Downs,
Spar" (Baron) Forces the French Lines, 120.
Slangenburgh, his Letter to the States, 125.
Speech of the Lord High Commissioner in Scotland, 21,
Of the Lord High-Chancellor there, 23. See Queen.
Storm, an Account of it, 167.
Staremberg (Count) his Memorable March, 238. He
joins the Duke of Savoy, 239:
Styrum (Count) beaten by the French and Bavarians,