The History of England from the Accession of James the Second, Volumen2

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Father Petre
60
Perfidy of Jeffreys
66
Decline of Rochesters Influence
73
Castelmaine sent to Rome the Huguenots illtreated
80
The Deanery of Christchurch given to a Roman Catholic
86
His Difficulties
92
Riots
99
Proceedings against Johnson
105
The Roman Catholic Divines overmatched 109 6
111
Deputation of Scotch Privy Councillors sent to London
117
Their Negotiations with the King
118
Ireland
125
Course which James ought to have followed
132
His Mortifications Panic among the Colonists
138
He is bent on the Repeal of the Act of Settlement he returns
144
Dismission of Rochester
153
Effect of the Fall of the Hydes
159
His Love of Danger his bad Health
167
Mary Princess of Orange
173
Relations between William and English Parties
179
His Policy consistent throughout
186
William becomes the Head of the English Opposition Page
190
Dryden
196
Partial Toleration granted in Scotland
206
Feeling of the Protestant Dissenters
212
Letter to a Dissenter Conduct of the Dissenters
218
The Majority of the Puritans are against the Court Baxter
224
The Prince and Princess of Orange hostile to the Declaration
233
Enmity of James to Burnet 212
245
Edward Russell Compton Herbert
253
Dykvelt returns to the Hague with Letters from many eminent
259
Castelmaines embassy to Romo
265
The Duke of Somerset
271
Proceedings against the University of Cambridge
278
Magdalene College Oxford
285
The Fellows of Magdalene cited before the High Commission
291
Penn attempts to mediate
297
Parker
303
Schemes of the Jesuitical Cabal respecting the Succession
309

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