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XII. CONTENTS OF THE APPENDIX.

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No. I.

The Long PARLIAMENT REVIVED; or an Act for Continuation and

the not Dissolving of the LONG PARLIAMENT, (called by King
Charles I. in the Year 1640,) but by an Act of Parliament;
with undeniable Reasons deduced from the said Act, to prove
that that Parliament is not yet dissolved. By Thomas Phil-
LIPS, Gentleman, a sincere Lover of his King and Country.
[*** The Proceedings relative to the Impeachment of William
Drake, for writing the above Pamphlet, will be found at

pp. 144, 145, 147, and 150.] -
The Long PARLIAMENT is not revived by Thomas Phillips : Or,

an Answer to Thomas Phillips his · Long Parliament revived,'
by R. C. [Somers' Tracts.]

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No. II.

xviii

No. III.

A SEASONABLE ARGUMENT to persuade all the Grand Juries in

England to petition for a New PARLIAMENT: Or, a List of the
Principal Labourers in the Great Design of Popery and Arbi-
trary Power, who have betrayed their Country to the Con-
spirators, and bargained with them to maintain a Standing
Army in England, under the Command of the bigotted Popish
Duke; who, by the Assistance of the Lord Lauderdale's Scotch
Army, the Forces in Ireland, and those in France, hopes to
bring all back to Rome. (*** A Reward of 2001. was offered
by Proclamation to such as would discover the Author of this

Piece.)

xxii

No. IV.-A Speech visibly spoken in the Presence of the Lords and Com

mons assembled in Parliament, by a Ghost, in a white Sheet
of Paper, &c. published in the Year 1663. See p. 260. (Har-
leian Collection.]

xxxiv

No. V. - A LETTER FROM A PERSON OF QUALITY TO HIS FRIEND IN THE

Country, giving an Account of the Debates and Resolutions
in the House of Lords, in April and May 1675, concerning a
Bill, entitled, “ A Bill to prevent the Dangers which may arise
from Persons disaffected to the Government.” [This Piece
was written by the celebrated Mr. Locke, and was ordered
by the Privy Council to be burnt.)

- Xxxviii No. VI. - A LETTER FROM A PARLIAMENT-MAN TO HIS FRIEND, concerning

the Proceedings of the House of Commons this last Sessions,
began the 13th of Oct. 1675. Written by the Earl of Shafts-
bury. (State Tracts.]

Ixvii No. VII.-- The Debate or ARGUMENT for Dissolving this present Parlia

ment, and the calling frequent and new Parliaments. As
they were delivered in the House of Lords, Nov. 20, 1675.
Written by the Earl of Shaftsbury. (State Tracts.]

lxxi No. VIII. -- Mr. Coleman's two LETTERS to Father Le Chaise, the French

King's Confessor, with Father Le Chaise's Answer: which the

House of Commons desired might be printed. (See p. 1025.] lxxix No. IX.- AN APPEAL FROM THE COUNTRY TO THE City, for the Preser

vation of his Majesty's Person, Liberty, Property, and the
Protestant Religion. Published shortly after the Dissolution
in 1679. (State Tracts.]

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No. X. — A SPEECH lately made by a Noble Peer of the Realm, (the Earl of

Shaftsbury), Nov. 20, 1680. [State Tracts. This Speech was
never spoken, and was, by order of the Lords, burnt by the
hangman.]

cxi

No. XI.

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No. XII.

No. XIII.

A SCHEME OF THE Trade, as it is at present carried on be

tween England and France, in 1674. (Somers' Tracts.)
A Letter FROM SCOTLAND: Written occasionally upon the

Speech made by a Noble Peer of the Realm. (Somers' Tracts.
This is an Answer to No. X. ]

cxix The True ENGLISHMAN SPEAKING Plain English, in a Letter from

a Friend to a friend. Printed in the Year 1681. (Somers'
Tracts. *** This Tract is better known by the Title of
FITZHARRIS's LIBEL. The Debates on the Impeachment of
Fitzharris, for writing the said Libel, will be found at pp. 1313,
and 1332. Fitzharris was arraigned at the Bar of the King's
Bench, and pleaded his Impeachment in Parliament, in Demur
to the Jurisdiction of the Court, which being overruled, he
was found guilty, condemned, and executed.]

cxxiii

No. XIV. — The INCONVENIENCES of the long Continuance of the same Par

liaments. Printed in 1680. [Harleian Miscellany.) - cxxvii No. XV. A Just and Modest Vindication of the Proceedings of the two

last Parliaments of King Charles II. Written in Answer to
the King's Declaration of the 8th of April 1681.
WILLIAM JOnes. (State Tracts.]

- сxxxir No. XVI. The Earl of ANGLESEY's State of THE GOVERNMENT AND King

DOM, prepared and intended for his Majesty King Charles II.
in the Year 1682. (Somers' Tracts.

clxxiv

By Sir

No. XVII. —A LETTER TO A DISSENTER, upon Occasion of his Majesty,

James the Second's late gracious Declaration of Indulgence,
of the 4th of APRIL 1687. By GEORGE MARQUIS OF HALIFAX.
[Somers' Tracts.

CXC4

No. XVIII.-A List of Public Acts from the Restoration in 1660, to the

Revolution in 1688

cxcix

XIII.

Ι Ν D E X

OF THE NAMES OF THE SEVERAL SPEAKERS IN BOTH HOUSES

OF PARLIAMENT.

С

Coventry, Sir John, 460, 632.

Coventry, Sir Williain, 462,
ALLEN, Mr. 95, 101.
Calmady, Mr. 81.

406, 468, 524, 529, 532,
Ancrain, Lord, 109, 461, 1041. Capel, Sir Henry, 596, 606, 539, 547, 550, 562, 569,
Annesley, Mr. (afterwards earl 849, 901, 1033, 1013, 1061, 570, 596, 601, 664, 681,

of Anglesey, 100, 119, 147. 1162, 1177, 1212, 1225, 697, 706, 755, 768, 772,
Arlington, Earl of, 659.

1241, 1280, 1310.

779, 786, 849, 851, 866,
Arras, Dr. 468.

Carew, Sir Nicholas, 462, 1031, 871, 878, 885, 975, 1000,
Ash, Mr. 1015, 1048.

1136, 1241.

1044, 1056, 1057.
Ashton, Sir Ralph, 109, 152. Carr, Sir Robert 606, 1097, Crook, Serjeant, 682.
Atkins, Sir R. 381, 462.

1147.

Cowper, Sir William, 1307.
Carlarvon, Earl of, 1073.
B

Cavendish, Lord, 576, 594,

623, 753, 876, 887, 899, Danby, Earl of, 1069.
Bainton, Mr. 148.

905, 921, 933, 954, 989, Denham, Sir Jobn, 384, 385.
Bainton, Sir Edward, 873, 924. 996, 998, 1030, 1041, 1104, Dering, Sir Edward, 525, 549,
Bamfield, Mr. 119.

1112, 1133, 1235, 1289. 601, 710, 756, 788, 1642,
Barton, Mr. 96.

Charlton, Sir Job, 93, 100, 155, 1107, 1221.
Bennet, Mr. 595, 1105, 1125, 435, 463, 501.

Dodswell, Mr. 384.
1131, 1183, 1338.
Cheney, Mr. 592.

Downing, Mr. George, 93,
Bertie, Charles, 1063,

Cholmondley, Sir Hugh, 1109, 521, 712, 788, 919, 1033,
Bernardiston, Sir S. 491.

1126.

1041.
Birch, Colonel, 102, 380, 418, Churchill, Sir Winston, 435, Drake, Sir Francis, 711, 998,
445, 465, 470,525, 528, 541, 464, 633, 787, 1039.

1136.
556, 569, 574,576, 579, 607, Clarendon, Earl of, 123, 170, Dubois, Mr. 1131.
620, 648,662, 604,701, 707, 181, 205, 248, 318.

Duncombe, Sir John, 463,530,
756, 787; 880, 835, 849, Clarges, Sir Thomas 531, 562, 537, 544, 556, 568, 571,
877, 906, 919, 988, 944, 589, 600, 606, 622, 633, 573, 392, 659, 753, 769.
946, 958, 974, 988, 991, 638, 701, 903, 918, 925,
1028, 1055, 1106, 1126, 973, 1032, 1094, 1097, 1107,

E
1132, 118%, 1196, 1218, 1972, 1979, 1381.

Erle, Sir Walter, 142.
1240, 1266, 1285, 1909, Clayton, Sir Robert, 1314, Ernly, Sir John, 414, 464,
1317, 1330.
1317.

872, 899, 924, 1032, 1039,
Birkenbead, Sir John, 411,415, Clayton, Dr. 82.

1054, 1063, 1309, 1316,
445,508, 574,590, 765,781, Clifford, Sir Thomas, 377,412, 1320, 1321, 1383.
813, 1041, 1095.

440, 471.

Exton, Sir Thomas, 1110.
Booth, Mr. Henry (afterwards Cloberry, Sir John, 1101.
Earl of Warrington) 998, Coke, Mr. 1385.

F
1026, 1193, 1267, 1270, Coleman, Mr. 392.

Fagg, Sir John, 721.
1279, 1328.
Coningsby, Mr. 1381.

Falkland, Lord, 79.
Boscawen, Mr. -116,601, 1134, Cooper, Sir A. A. (afterwards Finch, Henry, 74.

1178, 1188, 1198, 1331. Earl of Shaftsbury) 83, 109. Finch, Sir Heneage, 79, 83,
Bowyer, Sir John, 95, 109. Cope, Sir Anthony, 81.

95, 100, 102, 103, 108, 120
Bridgman, Lord Keeper, 366, Cornbury, Lord, 379, 596,637. 145, 147, 154, 155, 375.
429, 442, 456, 496.
Cotton, Sir John, 415.

Afterwards Solicitor Gene-
Bristol, Earl of, 84, 270, 564. Coventry, Mr. Henry, 415, ral, 440, 165, 466, 467, 469,
Broderick, Mr. 79.

445, 465, 472, 509, 521, 470. Afterwards Attorney
Brown, Sir Richard, 102. 535, 570, 572, 593, 604, General, 470, 480, 487, 509.
Buckingham, duke of, 339, 619, 620, 696, 700, 707, 512,522, 523,554,578, 597,

341, 312, 423, 631,642,789, 711, 758, 778, 881, 900, Afterwards Lord Keeper,
814.

917, 938, 953, 978, 1026, 612, 673, 741, 808, 961,
Bunckley, Mr. 83.

1040, 1132, 1318,

1017, 1029, 1086, 1112.

Keeper) 698, 915,845,857, 527, 1644; 1197, 1992, 1954.

son to the Lord 574594, , 144, 754, 764, 767, 719.

784, 787, 840, 841, 842,
922, 935, 1108, 1128, 1181, Hungerford, Sir Henry, 93, 96. 921, 929, 958, 1029, 1043,
1198, 1214, 1260.

Hungerford, Sir George, 1132, 1316, 1926, 1374.
Foley, Paul, 1945,

1997.

Mildmay, Colonel, 1307.
Ford, Sir Heory, 1196. Hyde, Laurence, 314, 1030, Milward, Mr. 411.
Fox, Sir Stephen, 1137, 1138, 1180, 1807, 1217, 1282. Monekton, Sir Philip, 954.
1140, 11+1, 1145.

Monson, Sir John, 599, 619.
1

Montagu, Mr. 693, 1058, 1060,
G

1064, 1170, 1191, 1236,
Jenkins, Sir Lionel, 585, 766, 1243, 1280, 1318.
Garrowav, Mr. 986, 462, 471, 1182, 1190, 1193, 1205, Morrice, Sir Williain, 93, 116,

517, 531, 535, 554, 597, 1289, 1314, 1316 1337. 144, 147, 153.
599, 622, 640, 690, 901, Jennings, Sir Edınund, 1040, Musgrave, Sir Philip, 524.
973, 988, 1094, 1107, 1176,

1379.

Musgrave, Sir Christopher,
1243, 1955.

Jones, Colonel, 102, 463, 624. 1184, 1196, 1309.
Gerrard, Sir Gilbert, 83, 649, Jones, Sir William, 1908,
951, 1171, 1247.
1216, 1224, 1250, 1259,

N.
Goodrick, Mr. 76, 81.

1261, 1263, 1267, 1283,
Goodrick, Sir F. 380, 463. 1311, 1315, 1824, 1333, Neale, Sir Paul, 591.
Goodrick, Sir H. 839, 840. 1338.

North, Dudley, 100, 562, 661,
Goring, Mr. 966.

K.

1383.
Gower, Leveson, 1098, 1241,

North, Sir Henry, 101, $81.
1949, 1292, 1309, 1320, King, Colonel, 83, 100, 101. Northcot, Sir John, 82, 83,93,
1235.
Knight, Mr. 81, 101.

102, 113, 148.
Gregory, Serjeant, 1112. Knight, Sir John, 993, 1090,
Grimstoo, Sir Harbottle, 27, 1125, 1131.

O.
49, 56, 764,827, 862, 1096, Knightley, Mr. 89.

Ogle, Earl of, 554.
1910, 1106, 1110.

Orrery, Earl of, 436.
Graham, Sir Richard, 1186.

L.

Osborne, Sir Thomas (after-
Grote, Mr. 82.

wards Earl of Danby, and
Guilford, Lord Keeper, 1349. Lake, Sir L. 412.

at last Duke of Leeds) 382,
Lee, Sir Thomas, 435, 469,

510, 571.
H

471, 522, 544, 552, 568,
594, 599, 605, 750, 765,

P.
Hale, Mr. 461.

768, 847, 850, 851, 867,
Hales, Serjeant, 79, 101, 102, 886, 946, 1058, 1095, 1096, Palmer, Mr. 80, 94.
119.

1090, 1105.

Palmer, Sir Roger, 109.
Hampden, John, 420, 511, Legge, Colonel, 1211, 1329. Paston, Sir Robert, 155, 302.

1054, 1099, 1127, 1133, Littleton, Sir Thomas, 94,371, Peckham, Mr. 79.
1191, 1199, 1218, 1951, 379, 411,415, 417,508, 570, Pepys, Mr. 712, 774, 975.
1267, 1283, 1308, 1310, 589, 626, 629, 692,096, 700, Peyton, Sir Robert, 1233.
1320, 1332.

704, 749, 788, 991, 1322, Pierepoint, Mr. 63, 94.
Hanmer, Sir John, 1040.

1331.

Pilkington, Mr. 1131.
Harbord, Sir Charles, 530, Love, Mr. 536.

Player, Sir Thoinas, 1126,
555, 572, 573, 692. Lowther, Mr. 81.

1132, 1189, 1336.
Harbord, William, 590, 1106, Lowther, Sir W. 381,

Poole, Sir Courtney, 691.
1125, 1175, 1196, 1900, Lucas, Lord, 473.

Portmat, Sir William, 589,
1238, 1265, 1309, 1327.

1098.
Harley, Sir Edward, 383.

Powle, Mr. 510, 519, 533,
Harrey, Sir Eliab, 563, 595,

546, 550, 551, 555, 567,
604.

Mallet, Sir John, 411, 825, 575, 576, 590, 598, 606,
Harwood, Mr. 530, 606, 664, 855.

627, 640, 689, 691, 749,
712, 1031.
Manchester, Earl of, 55.

753, 834, 838, 843, 887,
Herbert, Sir Edward, 373. Markham, Sir Robert, 1183, 902, 919, 926, 947, 974,
Herbert Sir Henry, 472, 533. 1206, 1983.

987, 992, 999, 1054, 1056,
Hickman, Sir William, 1196, Marvell, Andrew, 376, 385, 1095, 1227, 1258, 1310.
1241.

855, 858.

Preston, Lord, 1372, 1380.
Holland, Sir John, 381, 746. Masham, Sir John, 95, 152. Prynne, W. 80, 81, 82, 95,
Hollis, Denzil, 36, 93, 156. Maynard, Serjeant, 362, 377, 100, 120, 155, 156, 383,
Holt, Sir Robert, 461.

440, 524, 783, 841, 850, Pulteney, Sir William, 1186,
Hotham, Sir John, 461, 597, 854, 936, 945, 1033, 1102,

1286, 1321.
953, 989, 1036.

1108, 1261, 1263, 1335,
Howard, Mr. 83, 108, 148. 1974.

R
Howard, Sir R. 380, 381, 412, Meres, Sir Thomas, 81, 96,

434, 435, 446, 461, 464, 411, 464, 510, 518, 524, Ranelagh, Earl of, 1972, 1980.
466, 481, 523, 543, 547, 544, 547, 567, 599, 604, Reresby, Sir John, 1110.

Russel, Mr. 620, 639, 688, 647, 682, 784, 886, 844,
708, 780, 833.
13 19.

W
Russel, Lord, 952, 1026, 1060,

T
1112, 1127, 1162, 1175,

Waller, Mr. 381, 391, 418,
1219, 1224, 1253, 1280, Talbot, Sir John, 83, 1144. 421, 445, 464, 473, 518,
1318.
Temple, Sir John, 83.

531, 546, 563, 569, 572,
Russel, Sir Francis, 1127, Temple, Sir Richard, 100, 269, 579, 646, 662, 679, 703,
1320,

376, 382, 410, 411, 411, 751, 779, 844, 904, 934,

A45, 467, 472, 481, 517, 939, 948, 1031, 1042, 1973,
S

528, 533, 348, 681, 690, 1380.

783, 901, 949, 1042, 1193, Walpole, Mr. 82, 145.
Sacheverell, Mr. 595, 619, 1243, 1312, 1274, 1384. Wanklyn, Colonel, 910.

638, 751, 766, 827, 849, | Temple, Sir William, 1319. Wartun, Sir Thomas, 83.
861, 870, 876, 898, 922, Thomas, Mr. 96, 108. Warwick, Sir Philip, 474,938,
929, 958, 975, 990, 999, Throgmorton, Mr. 83.

955, 1033, 1043.
1034, 1066, 1093, 1097, | Thurland, Mr. 94, 101. Wharton, Goodwin, 1206.
1099, 1104, 1112, 1172, Titus, Colonel, 156, 156, 465, Weddrington, Sir Thomas, 82.
1226.

217, 242, 697, 780, 1034, Wheeler, Sir Charles, 94, 382,
Sandys, Colonel, 414, 440. 1022, 1109, 1174, 1172, 414, 421, 637, 692, 695,
Sawyer, Mr. 640, 679, 707, 1178, 1181, 1197, 1226, 750, 882, 899, 954, 991.

713, 755, 827, 839, 842, 1242, 1265, 1226, 1289. Whorwood, Mr. 1309.
878.
Tomkins, Mr. 109.

Wild, Mr. 440.
Sawyer, Sir Robert, 949, 956, Tredenham, Sir Joseph, 590, Williams, Mr. 765, 842, 818,
969, 1030.
1145, 1146, 1385.

905, 938, 959, 1050, 1094,
Seymour, Edward, 379, 381, Trelawney, Sir Jonathan, 884, 1097, 1110, 1161, 1305.
383, 416, 434, 464, 520, 1040, 1045.

Williams, Sir Trevor, 79.
571, 591, 638, 709, 744, Trenchard, Mr. 1109, 1189, Williamson, Sec. 704, 758,
759, 767, 789, 839, 851, 1214, 1310.

778, 846, 850, 854, 871,
890, 902, 904, 025, 930, Trevor, Mr. 95, 467.

883, 887, 920, 940, 943,
942, 950, 986, 992, 1048, Trevor, Sir John, 543, 990, 959, 972, 1027.
1056, 1092, 1184, 1250, 1359.

Winch, Sir Humphrey, 414.
1263, 1374, 1386.

Trumbell, Sir William, 1373. Winnington, Sir Francis, 848,
Shaftsbury, Earl of, (formerly Turner Sir Edward, 100, 102, 850, 921, 936, 944, 1028,

Sir A. A. Cooper,) 501, 200, 210, 241, 286, 293, 1065, 1133, 1168, 1173,
503, 586, 791, 1116.

307, 315, 329, 355, 357, 1178, 1201, 1210, 1295,
Sidney, Sir H. 1227.

411, 448.

1243, 1248, 1264, 1267,
Stockdale, Mr. 599, 631.

1287, 1307, 1308, 1310,
Strangeways, Colonel, 417,

U

1314, 1327, 1333.
520, 537, 545, 554,563, 568,

Wiseman, Sir R. 1146.
531, 594, 696.

Vaughan, John, 373, 376, 380, Withius, Sir F. 1174.
Street, Mr, 927.

383, 292, 398, 419, 420, Wroth, Sir Thomas, 80.
Strickland, Sir Thomas, 381. 491, 422, 465, 466, 472, Wyndbam, Sir Hugh, 410.
Stephens, Mr. 81, 83, 96, 154. 523, 543, 551, 571, 697,
Steward, Mr. 411, 418.

708, 854, 855, 954, 999,
St. John, Lord, 606, 626, 639. 1000, 1066, 1105, 1108,

Y
Swale, Sir Solomon, 153.

1266, 1326,1329.
Swinfen, Mr. 94, 101, 399, Vaughan, Lord, 385.

Young, Mr. 83, 101, 153.
419, 421, 511, 527, 552, Vernor, George, 1204, 1286. Yonge, Sir Walter, 414.

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