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The doctrine contained in bis law offree ?no-
James makes interest with the great men at the
He is admitted to the throne ofEngland with-
He gives himself up to ease and pleasure,
Of the powder plot. Its reality asserted,
The pope forbids the English catholics to take
BellarmineV letters to Blackwell against the
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James publishes a declaration concerning Vors-
James falls foul on the name of Arminius.
James -writes a counterblajle to tobacco. Lays.
James averse to ivar. Reflections on the
'meekness and magnanimity of princes.
The elector Palatine marries the princess Eliza-
Account of the cruelties exercised by the
James permits his onlv son to go into Spain.
/" James values himself on his hereditary right,