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Forfeited Estates in England and Ireland : Bill about

them, p. 240, 316
France (King of) besieges Mons, p. 250, And Namur,

p. 331. Great Scarcity in his Kingdom, p. 374.

He makes Proposals of Peace, p. 374

Freneh Protestants encouraged to come over, p. 78.

They Petition the House of Commons, p. 317. They set up

a Luftring Company, P. 347

French beat the Confederates at Sea, p. 193. Prevail

in Catalonia, p. 233. And in Piedmont, p. 275,

276, 277. Are beaten at Şea, p. 328. They take

Huy, p. 363. And Charleroy, 370. And Roses,
ibid. Their Progress in Catalonia, P. 393. Their

Fleet confin’d to Thoulon, p. 395

Fuller (William) sets up for an Evidence ; is declar'd

an Impostor, and Pilloryd, p. 315

Furnes taken by the English, p. 339

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Havre-de Grace bombarded, p. 390

Hearth. Money remitted by King William, p. 13

Heidelberg taken and destroyed, P. 371
Herbert (Admiral) made Earl of Torrington, p. 83
Huy taken by the French, p. 363. Retaken by the

Allies, p. 393

1.

Jacobite Plot, p. 192, 197, 323

james (King) his Letter to the Scotch Convention, p.

39. His Speech to the Irish Parliament, p. 70.

His Declaration to the English, p.72. His Letters
intercepted, 121. Leaves Dublin, 180. His Speech
to the Magistrates of Dublin, p. 191. He retires
to France, 192. His Letter to the Irish, p. 272.
His Letter to his late Council, p. 325.

His Decla.
ration, ibid. His Letter to the King of France, P:

330
Indemnity intended by King William, 24, 86, 151,

160, 176

Inniskilling-Men, their Feats, p. 69, 137.

Innocent XI. (Pope) dies, 141

Innocent XII. chosen Pope, p. 282

Johnson, bis Cafe, 94

Ireland, Affairs of that Kingdom, 56, 136, 137, 177,

260. Reduc'd p. 272, 288, 346.

Irish routed, p. 178, 261
Italy, Affairs there, 219, 275, 340
Judges constituted, p. 79

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Sancroft, ( Defter) Arch l'iscop of Canterbury dies,

His Character, p. 385
Savoy, ( Duke of) enters into the Grand Alliance, p:

221. Desperate Condition of his Affairs, p. 278:
He invades the Dauphiné, p. 341 He falls Sicks

P. 342.
St. Sauveur, bis brave Action at Sligo, p. 138
Saxony, The Elector of that name dies, p. 285. The

new Elector made Kright of the Garter, p. 321

Schomberg, ( Duke of I receives a great Present from

the Commons; and goes to Ireland, p. 133 Views

the A my, p. 134 Encamps at Dundalk, p. 135

His Death and Character, p. 189
Schomberg, ( new Duke of ) arrives at Turin, p. 277

His good Advice to the Duke of Savoy, p. 278 His

Declaration, p. 341

Scotland, Affairs of that Kingdom, p. 36, 1055,149,

169, 272, 341, 346

Sea-Figkat at Bantry Bay, p. 82 Between the Confede-

rate and French Fleets, p. 193, 328

Shrewsbury (Earl of ) made Secretary of State, P. 2.

Sidley ( Sir Charles) bis Speech against exorbit ang

Pensions and Salaries, p. 174

Sidney (Lord Viscount) made Secretary of State, p.

241 Then Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, p. 322

Then Master of the Ordinance, p. 374

Smyrna Fleet destroy'd, p. 361

Sommers ( Sir John ) is preferr’d, p. 322 His Cha-

rocter, p. 323 Is made Lord Keeper, p. 360

Spain, Sec Queen:

States General : King William's Letter to them, p. 3

Bill for their Payment, p. 129

Succellion, Bill to regulate it, p. 162,
Supply granted to the King, p. 240, 244, 288, 316,

352, 375, 376, 398

Suza taken by the French, p. 223

Tennison (Dr.) made Bishop of Lincoln, P.,321

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