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Tillotson (Dr.) Archbishop of Canterbury dies;

His Character, p: 399
Titles conferr’d upon several Perfons, p. 27, 177, 386
La Tour (Count of) bis Speech to King William,

p. 223
Trenchard (Sir John) made Secretary of State,

P. 360.

Trevor ( Sir John ) chosen Speaker of the Commons,

p. 171
Trials of High Treason: Bill to regulate the same, p:

294, &c. to 314, 350
Tyrconnel made a Duke, p.57 He dies, p. 268


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