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6. The Lords Cobham, Gray, and Sir W. Rawly in- .
7. Sir W. Rawly's History of the World. His Gui-
8. Truce made between Spain and the Dutch ; the
9. His Entry and Exit attended with great Plagues.
10. This ill Condition the Papists lay in-may seem
11. Conjectures what its Effects might have been.
12. Miracles related of Garnet-His Execution; with
13. The Discovery, reported as occasion’d by the
14. — Came from the French King. The Spanish
16. The Papists indulg'd, and Puritans (unadvisedly)
17. The English impoverished by Exactions to in-
- 18. An Apology for an Historian's taking Notice of
19. The King's Obligations to the E. of Northumber-
20. The Pauls-Walking. Newes-Mongers-report
21. The Puritans denied a Second Conference.
23. A Character of Philip E. of Montgomery. How
24. His gallant Mother the Countesse of Pembrok's
25. The King's Fears make him banish Ramsey.
26. Sackvill the only Englishman at Croydon that
27. Maxwell-luggs Hawly; which had like to have
28. Murray kils a Sergeant; and the Lord Zankor,
29. Treasurer Cecil's Artifice to stop the King's Pro- .
30. The Mischiefs wrought to this Nation by some of
31. The King's Designe for the Union eagerly car-
32. —Attempted againe in the Star-Chamber by the
33. Objections made in Parliament against ite :
35. — The Occasion of Baronels—to the Ruine of .
36. Other Honours sold_Partially.
37. The English doat on P. Henry-How justly, ex-
38. His Virtues draw Love from the People, and that
cesse ; Ante-Suppers-His Invention. The King's Fa-
40. How the E. of Holland lost that Place.
41. Gowry's Conspiracy, and the Mock-Holy-Day
42. Treasurer Buckhurst's remarkable Death. His
43. The L. Elizabeth's Marriage with the Palsgrave-
44. Conjectures about the Palsgrave's Affaires.
46. The Battaile of Prague lost through his Covetous.
47. Weston farthers the Elector and his Lady's Es-
48. Many Papists true to their Trust. Of Count