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C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S
OF THE SEVENTH VOLUME..
CH A P LVIII. Invafion of the Scots—Battle of Marston-moor-Bat
tle of Cropredy-bridge-Ejex's forces disarmedSecond battle of Newbury-Rise and character of the independents~Self-denying ordinance Fairfax, Cromwel-Treaty of Uxbridge Execution of Laud.
Page 1 CH A P. LIX. Mentrofės vietories N ew model of the army
Battle of Naseby- Surrender of Bristol The west conquered by Fairfax- Defeat of Montrose
Ecclefiaftical affairs K ing goes to the Scots at Newark - End of the war -King delivered up by the Scots.
34 CH A P. LX. Mutiny of the army Tbe king seized by Joyce
The army march against the parliament -The army fubdue the parliament - The king flies to the ise of Wight-Second civil war - Invasion from Scot
land-Tbe treaty of Newport-The civil war and - invasion repressed-The king seized again by the army
The house purged-The king's trial And execution - And charazter.
Iredah ftorn Executedeltier
King Dissolution of 125
C H À P. LXI.
Levellers suppressed Siege of Dublin raised
prisoner Executed- Covenanters--Battle of · Dunbar Of Worcester King's escape--The
Commonwealth- Dutch war---Dissolution of the parliament.
CHA P. LXII. Cromwel's birth and private life- Barebone's par
liament ----Cromwel made Protetor---- Peace with Holland--- A new parliament ---Insurrection of the Royalists— State of Europe- War with Spain
- Jamaica conquered Success and death of admiral Blake Domestic administration of Cromwel- Humble petition and advice Dunkirk taken Dunkirk taken- Sickness of the Proteitor His death and character.
180 CH A P. LXIII.
Richard acknowledged Protetor- A parliamenta
Cabal of Walling ford-house-- Richard deposed-
. C'H A R L Ë S II.
:,: CHA P. LXIV. New ministry A xt of indemnity Settlement of
the revenue - Trial and execution of the regicides - Dissolution of the convention- Parliament Prelacy restored Insurrection of the Millenarians _ Affairs of Scotland Conference at the Savoy- Arguments for and against a comprehension
A new parliament- Bishops seats restored Corporation at Axt of uniformity King's marriage- Trial of Vane And executionPresbyterian clergy ejeEted— Dunkirk sold to the French - Declaration of indulgence Decline of Clarendon's credit.
Page 283 CH A P. LXV. A new fellion- Rupture with Holland A nero
Selon Victory of the English Rupture with France - Rupture with Denmark- New felson - Sea fight of four days Vietory of the English Fire of London Advances towards peace - Disgrace at Chatham- Peace of Breda Clarendon's fallmAnd banishment--State of France
Chara&ter of Lewis XIV.- French invafion of the Low Countries- Negotiations Triple league Treaty of Aix-la-chapelle- Affairs of Scotland And of Ireland.
320 CH A P. LXVI.
A parliament ---The Cabal Their charaEters
Their counsels Alliance with France- A parliament Coventry act Blood's crimes – Duke declares himself Catholic ----Exchequer shut-