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Townshend, Lord, opposes the Corpo-
ration Bill, i. 255.
chase part of the Earl of Shaftes-
bury's estate, i. 36.
against the Duke of York, ïi. 239.
Danby's petition, ii. 274.
state, i. 231.
on which it was founded 354.
353n. ; commands the French army
on the Rhine, ii. 11.
ii. 210; produces no real charge
council of state, i. 231; Sir William
Temple's letter to him, 414.
the papists, 62.
“ The Character of a disbanded
of, ii. 362.
the Mouths of Fanatical Protest.
by Lord Holles, ü. 163.
- Nathaniel, publishes
- Mr. a Tory printer, his
the exchequer, ii. 63; Lord Shaf-
tesbury's speech to him, 64.
papers, i. 164 n.
îi. 230; signs the indictment against
the Duke of York, 239.
trade, ii. 12.
nion of him, i. 337.
Simpson, presents a memo-
U & V.
him, i. 79.
to the commons sent by, i. 105 ;
to the presbyterians, 216.
bury ridiculed in, ii. 361.
ceptible, i. 282.
published under the name of, ii.
one of the council of state, i. 203 ;
Wade, Mr. attends the meeting at
Capt. Walcot's, ïi. 324.
private meeting at his house, 324.
mission, i. 155 ; one of the new
the king of it, 278.
advises Richard Cromwell to dis-
Wall, Mrs. her correspondence with
Fitzharris, ii. 276. .
family of, the Earl of Shaf-
the character of the Hon. William
Hastings, i. 311.
trade, ii. 12.
of Monmouth, ü. 282.
to appoint him a commissioner of
the forces, i. 207.
against him, ii. 294 ; stop put to
Justice, infamous proceed-
Lord Arlington, 292.
London, opinion of, ii. 293.
to the king, i, 117; one of the com-
Sir Philip, Bp. Burnet's
in Whitehall, i. 223; appointed
of state, 231.
i, 135 n.
from the house of commons to the
king, i. 143.
Earl of Strafford,) imprisonment of,
dote of, 119; beheaded, 125.
Captain Walcot's, ii. 234; conspi-
ing him found in the Bishop of
Lincoln's palace, i. 97.
against Lord Russell, 322.
Hamburgh, i. 312.
to Mr. Hollis, i. 80; letters concern-
in the conferences between the
T. signs the indictment
in her design upon Lord Shaftes-
dote of him, ib.
of Shaftesbury, i. 31.
Earl of Shaftesbury, i. 213.
liament, i. 107 n.; one of the com-
house of commons to the king, 143.
one of the council of state, i. 231.
Fleetwood, i. 211; his interview
with the Earl of Shaftesbury, 213.
suborn him against the Earl of
of, ib. n. 300.
commons, ii. 270; his speech to the
Parham, i. 205.
i. 219 n.
tions to Lord Shaftesbury, ii. 118.
speaker to Whitehall, i, 106; in-
quiry into his conduct, 125.
the forest of Dean, i. 293.
" Athenæ Oxonienses,” i. 9 n.
against, i. 334, surrender their
power and influence, 31 n.; anec-
of, i. 120.
Zinzendorff, Count de, favourite of the
Emperor of Germany, ii. 8.
council for trade, ii. 12.
siege of Taunton Castle, i. 152.
Yelverton, Sir Christopher, letter from
the privy council to, i. 95.
present to her, i. 271.
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