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The doctrine contained in bis law of free mo-
James makes interest with the great men at the
He is admitted to the throne ofEngland with-
James'j- ingratitude to queen Elizabeth. His
He gives himself up to ease and pleasure.
Bitter imprecations uttered by him on himself
Of the powder plot. Its reality asserted.
Bishop Mountague'j- account of the great ef~
James publishes a declaration concerning Vors-
James falls foul on the name of Arminius.
James -writes a counterblafte to tobacco. Lays
James , averse. to war. Refections on the
The elector Palatine marries the princess Eliza-
a false prophet. Cromwell characterized.
James permits 'his only son to go into Spain.
James values himself on his hereditary right,