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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
Galloway surrendred, p. 268
Germain (Mr.) projecuted for Adultery, p. 384
Germany, Affairs there, p. 230, 232.
Ginckle takes Athlone, p. 259. Beats the Irish at A-
ghrim, p. 266. Is thanked by the Commons; bis
grateful Answer, p. 317. Made Earl of Athlone,
Glocester (Duke of) born, p. 118.
Grafton (Duke of) is killed, p. 217
Graham, Report about him and Burton, p. 87
Granvale, designs to murder King William, p.285.
He is executed, p. 338.
Griffin (Lord) Proceedings against him, P. 152
Gwin (Sir Rowland) turn'd out of his Place, p. 323
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
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.
ration, ibid. His Letter to the King of France, P:
Indemnity intended by King William, 24, 86, 151,
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
St. Malo bombarded, p. 384
Mary ( Queen ) is Crown'd, p. 28. Her prudent ma.
nagement of Affairs, 194. She sets up a Linnen
Manufacture, 254. Her Vigilance, p. 326: Her
Policy, p. 327. Her Charity to the Vaudois, p.
343.She Dies, p. 400. Her Character, p. 401,&c.
Marlborough (Earl of; besieges Cork, 215. His Dil-
pute with the Prince of Wirtemberg, P. 216. He
returns victorious to England, p. 219
Mentz taken, p. 141
Miscarriages of Ireland, p. 120, 126, 159, 356
Miscarriages of the Fleet, p. 350, 375
Mohun (Lord) tried, and acquitted, p. 360
Mons besieged by the King of France, p. 250. And
takon, p. 252
Papists, orders against them, p.11, 22, 120, 122
Parliament disolved, p. 167 Meets, p. 171. Is
Adjourn'd, p. 177. Prorogued p. 275 Adjourn'd,
p. 246 Meets, 286 Prorogued, 328 Meets, 347
Prorogued, 359 Meets, 376 Prorogued, 384 Meets,397
Peace, vain Attempts towards it, p. 234, 374
Peers, Bill to regulate tleir Trials, p. 10.
Pembroke ( Earl of ) sent Ambal)ador to Holland,
p. 88 Made a Privy Councellor, &c. p. 162
Places dispos’d of, p. 2, 32, 360,384, 386
Plot, p. 192, 197, 252, 285, 338
Sham Plot, p. 345
Porter (Sir Charles ) accus’d, p. 374 He is impeach'd
p. 381 And clear'd, 382.
Presbyterians, See Disenters.
Preston (Lord) Proceedings against him, p. 153,257
Prince Lewis of Baden comes over into England,
Proclamations, p. 194, 319, 344, 346, 375.
Queen of Spain, is conducted thither under an Eng
lish Convoy, 168.
Queen Dowager leaves England, p. 322.
Report about Burton and Graham, p: 87 About For-
feitures, and Excise, p. 91.
Representation of the Commons to the King, 379
Revenue of the Crown settled, p. 175
Rhinefeld besieg’d and reliev’d, p. 340
Roses taken, p. 370
Ruffel (Admiral) burns the French Fleet, p. 329 Is
thank'd by the Commons, p. 350 Is clear’d, p. 351
Is laid afide, p. 359 Is made Admiral again, p.375
He sails for Spain, p. 388
St. Ruth, his Speech to the Irish, p:261 Is killd,
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
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