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GKneller pina" Inthe Collectionof the HonigheiGrencer Müller fculp.

THE

CONTINUATION

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Mr. R A P I N's

H I S T O R Y

OF

ENGL A N D;

From the REVOLUTION to the

Present Times.

By N. TINDAL, M. A.

Rector of ALVERSTOKE, in HAMPSHIRE, and

Chaplain of the Royal Hospital at GREENWICH.

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Maps, GENEALOGICAL TABLES, and the HEADS

and MONUMENTS of the KINGS.

The FOURTH EDITION, corrected.

OL. XVIII. VIth of CONTINUATION.

L O N D ON:
inted, by Aflignment from Mr. KNAPTON, for
OSBORNE, J. Hodges, J. ROBINSON, H. WOODFALL,
W. STRAHAN, J. RIVINGTON, J. WARD, R. BALDWIN,
W. Owen, W. JOHNSTON, J. RICHARDSON, P. Davey and
B. Law, G. KEITH, T. LONGMAN, T. FIELD, T. Caslon,
S. CROWDER, H. WOODGATE, M. COOPER, and C. WARE.

MDCCLVIII.

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BOOK XXX. PART I.
From the Year 1712. to the Death of Queen Anne.

С НА Р. І.
Great firmness of the Dutch.---Admission of King Philip's mini-

fters to the congress refused.Bolingbroke sent to France. Suf-
pension of arms proclaimed at Paris.--Stop put to the proceed-
ings at Utrecht.-The French insist on the restitution of Tournay.
-Endeavours to bring the duke of Savoy into the Queen's mea-
fures.--Which are refused by the Elector of Hanover.-Mil-
understanding at court.--King Philip renounces the crown of
France.--The Spaniards invade Portugal.— Forces in Spain
called home.-Conference between the duke of Ormond and a
Dutch deputy.Duke Hamilton and lord Mohun killed in a
duel.-Death and character of the earl of Godolphin.-The
duke of Marlborough retires beyond fea.-A new plan of peace
proposed to the States, who consent to it.-Death and character of
the King of Prussia.--The French try to elude their engage-
ments with Great-Britain.Affairs of the North.-The Bri-
tis plenipotentiaries fcruple to sign a separate peace.--The treaty
brought into England. -The Queen's speech upon it.--Peace
proclaimed. Substance of the treaties of peace.

Clamours against it.- Proceedings of the parliament

about it.— A demand of money for the civil lift granted. --Addresses for the removal of the Pretender. ---And in favour of lineal succession. The par

liament

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