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CO N T E N T S
SEVENTH VOL U M E.
CH A P. LVII.
Invasion of the Scots --- Batle of Marston-inograma
Second battle of Newburytelle and character of the Independents Self-denying ordinance Fairfax, Cromwel_ Treaty of Uxbridge Execution of Laud.
CH A P. LVIII.
Montrose's victories - The new model of the army
Battle of Naseby- Surrender of Bristol --The West conquered by Fairfax -- Defeat of Montrose- Ecclefiaftical affairs King goes to the Scots at Newark End of the war . King delivered up by the Scots.
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CH A P. LIX.
Mutiny of the army- The king seized by Joyce The
army march against the parliament - The army subdue the parliament - The king flies to the Isle of WightSecond civil war-Invasion from Scotland The 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 character.
C H A P.
State of England + Of: Scotland — Of Ireland-Level'lers fuppreffedom Siege of Dublin raised - Tredah stormed;- Coveganters- Montrose taken prisoner-Execujęd :Govešanters - Battle of Dunbar - Of Worcester Köng!s escape The Commonwealth
Dutch War::.. Diffolution of the parliament. 155
Cromwel's birth and private life- Barebone's parliament
--Cromwel made protector ---Peace with Holland --A new parliament- Insurrection of the royalists State of Europe War with Spain Jamaica conquered
Success and death of admiral Blake D omestic administration of Cromwel- Humble Petition and Advice Dunkirk taken- Sickness of the protectorHis death --And character.
Richard acknowledged protector- A parliament ---- Ca
bal of Wallingford House - Richard deposed — Long ·
CHARLES II. .
New ministry- Act of indemnity.com Settlement of the
revenue- Trial and execution of the regicides Dirsolution of the convention- Parliament- Prelacy restored Insurrection of the Millenarians---Affairs of Scotland Conference at the Savoy- Arguments for and against a comprehenfion--A new parliament Bishops' seats restored Corporation act--Act of uniformity — King's marriage- Trial of Vaneand execution - Presbyterian clergy ejected Dunkirk sold to the French Declaration of indulgenceDecline of Clarendon's credit.
CH A P. LXIV.
A new feffion- Rupture with Holland - A new fellion
--Victory of the Englilh - Rupture with France Rupture with Denmark New session -Sea-fight of
four days Victory of the English Fire of London
Advances towards peace- Disgrace at Chatham - Peace of Breda- Clarendon's fall—and banishment- State of France Character of Lewis XIV.
French invasion of the Low Countries- Negotiations — Triple league Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle--- Affairs of Scotland--and of Ireland.
CHA P. LXV.
A parliament The cabal Their characters Their
councils Alliance with France - A parliament Coventry act Blood's crimes Duke declares himself Catholic- Exchequer shut- Declaration of indulgence Attack of the Smyrna fleet- War declar. ed with Holland - Weakness of the States - Battle of Solebay — Sandwich killed- Progress of the French - Confternation of the Dutch Prince of Orange Stadtholder - Massacre of the De Wits- Good conduct of the Prince A parliament- Declaration of indulgence recalled Sea-fight- Another sea-fight
Another sea-fight- Congress of Cologne A parliament Peace with Holland.