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De Foe. Marlborough run down.
Twelve Peers created.
Rochester, the Queen's Uncle dies. Exclamation of Louis XIV.
Author's "Abridgment." Letter to Dissenters.
noticed. Schism Act described. Attempt of the Long Par-
displaced. Reward for securing the Pretender. King's arrival.
Eclipse. Bolingbroke, &c. impeached. Meeting-houses
hunting. Louis XIV. dies.
Swift on Louis and Queen Ca-
Habeas Corpus suspended. Der-
at Preston. English conspirators secured. Dissenters all loyal.
Prisoners brought to London in triumph. Nobility and
Pretender in Scotland. Bolingbroke's account. Parlia-
His fine character. Lord Nithsdale's escape. Lady Niths-
King goes abroad. Chandler's sight of him. Parson Paul
Hoadley on the
Kingdom of Christ. Author's "Defence." Locke on Non-
Author at Hampton Court. Noticed by the King. Bishop
among the Dissenters. Test on the Trinity. Mr. Peirce.
Heats among Dissenters continued. Assembly at Exeter.
Pamphlets. Dr. Morgan. North of Ireland. Theological
Author's new meeting-house. His sermons on the Trinity.
tion and Test Acts repealed. A declaration of Christianity
Synod at Dungannon. Trial of Mr. Nevin.
Hints relating both to public and private matters, in the
Accession of George II. Ministers address the King and
Bennett. Earle. His
Gaol. Committee. Oglethorpe. Thomson. Dauphin.
No. 1. Rev. J. Ollyffe to Rev. W. Tong.
No. 2. Diploma for a doctorate from Edinburgh. 540