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Historical and Critical Account
L I F E
ENGLAND, SCOTLAND and Ireland.
To which is added,
Now first published.
Ne quid falfi dicere audeat, ne quid veri non audeat.
CONT EN T S.
Of the learning of Cromwell, p. 4. Vicious in youth,
p. 5. Marries p. 6. Character of Mrs. Cromwell,
Of Cromwell's opposition to the draining the Fenns,
Character of Fairfax- Ambition of Cromwell— Major
Huntington's account of his principles and practices
nals what was displeasing to them, p. 156–166.
Cromwell defats the Welch and Scots who appeared in
behalf of the King - His Majesty by the army is seized at
Fairfax-Spirit of the English royalists--Cromwell
January observed by the English merchants at Dantzick,
in memorial of their deliverance from pavery, p. 208–219.
The Scots oppose the execution of Charles. Charles II. takes
Parliament projects an union with Scotland. Cromwell
finishes it." Superiorities, lordships and jurisdi&tions abo-