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lettery; i: 302; , :aşan Edi cognition, 269; a rejected
tor, iit 347.

M.P. candidate, 383.
Bishops, pretended Scotch, i. Bramston, Judge, notice of, i.

41; Bishops, theirlands sold, 122.
89; - iii. 119, &c.;, insulted,' ; Brandenburg, Duke of, master-
protest, twelve sent to the ed, iv. 170.

Tower, i, 118.
Bishopsgate, mutinyin, ii. 135."

Brandly, Captain, at Tredah, ü.

165.
Black Monday, iïi. i18.
Blake, Col., Robert, relieved,"

a Brewster, Col. Humphrey, App.
i. 218; - in Ireland, ii. 202;

C. iv. 384. 388.
- as Admiral, beats the

Brewster, Rev. Mr., iii. 327.
Dutch, iii. 119, 131; in Little

328,
Parliament, 141; fires the Bright, Colonel, at Preston, ii.
Turkish ships, 324; letters 30; notice of, 53.
from Cromwell to, 324, 334, Briot,Nicholas'engraver, iii.42.
338, 366, 369, 384; - iv. Bristol, Parliament loses, i. 162;
136; - letter to Cromwell, storm of, Sept. 1645, 224; -
iï. 326; sends thirty-eight Nayler's procession in, iii.
wagon-loads of silver to Lon 342.
don, 441; beats the Spa- Brocksmouth and House de
niards at Santa Cruz, iv. 85, scribed, ii. 326, 327.

134; death of, 85, 136. Broghil, Lord, in Ireland, ii.
Bletchington House taken, i. 202, 204, 205, 217, 254, 262;
203, and App. C. iv. 328.

- in Cromwell's First Parlia-
Bohemia, King of, dies, i. 70. ment, iii, 210; – in Commit-
Borlace, Col., Cromwell's letter tee on Kingship, iv. 29, 38;

in behalf of, App. C. iv. 363. and Cromwell on Kingship,
Borthwick, Lord, Cromwell's 40.
letter to, ii. 12.

Brook, Lord, a Puritan, i. 52.
Boteler, Major. See Butler. Browne, Sir John, at Abingdon,
Bourchier pedigree, i. 45. i. 203;— Major-Gen. of Scots,
Boyd, Rev. Zachary, preaches iii. 69; routed at Inverkeith-
against Cromwell, iii. 6.

ing, 71.
Bradshaw, John, presides at Buckingham, Duke, accused,

trial of Charles I., ii. 102; in i. 60; stabbed by Felton, 61,
Council of State, ii. 107; 62.
President of, 112; Cromwell's Buckingham, Duke, at Kings-
letters to, 164, 261, 304, 346, ton, ii. 13.
373; - iii. 54, 67, 72, 73; in Bunyan, John, notice of, i. 217.
Cromwell's First Parliament, Burford, Levellers at, ii. 138.
210; does not sign the Re- Burgess, Roger, Cromwell's

letters to, i. 206, 207; defends Cant, its effects and prevalence,
Farringdon, 207.

i. 4, 78; - iii. 103.
Burgoyne, Sir John, Cromwell's Cantwell Castle surrenders, ii.
letter to, i. 139.

279.
Burleigh House, i. 150; – iii. Capel, Lord, motions of, i. 127;
374.

— ii. 41; condemned, ii. 115,
Burntisland surrenders 'to 116; dies nobly, 117.
Cromwell, iü. 72, 79.

Carisbrook Castle, Charles I.
Burton's Diary criticised, iv. 17. confined in, i. 299.
Burton, Rev. Henry, in pillory, Carlingford taken, ii. 174.
i. 93.

Carlisle demanded by Crom-
Butler, Major, seizes Wildman, well, ii. 55; Cromwell at, 78.

ii. 314; a Major-General, Carmartheni Committee, Crom-
341 n.

well's letter to, App. C. iv.
Butler, Sir Walter, Governor 340.

of Kilkenny, îi. 263; letters Carre, Gibby. Şee Ker.
to Cromwell, 263, 264, 265, Carstairs, Principal, a Whig,
266, 270; Cromwell's letters iii. 36..
to, 262, 264, 266. 271, 272. Carstairs, Rev.John, at Dunbar

battle, ii. 333; – in Edin-

burgh, iii. 24; account of, 36;
Cadiz to be attempted, iii. 367, lectures before Cromwell, 62.
368.

Carte, Jacobite, his opinion on
Cahir Castle, Cromwell's letter Tredah, ii. 173.

to Governor of, ii. 260; şub- Cartwright, Dr., message to
mits, 261.

Cromwell, ii. 281.
Calendar, Earl, at Preston Castle, Col., notice of, i. 190;-

fight, ii. 17, 22, 23, 26, 40. killed at Tredah, ii. 168.
Calendar House taken by Crom- Castlehaven, Earl, assists Wex-
well, iii. 69.

ford, ii. 182, 190; åt Ross,
Cambridge, plate, i. 122; forti 193.

fied, 128, 129; Committee, Cavendish, General," killed, i.
Cromwell's letters to, 151, 153, and App. C. iv. 321,326;
159, 160, and App. C. iv. 316; account of, i. 156.
- royalist prisoners at, i.180; Cecil, Trooper, and Sinder-
- University, Cromwell's comb, iv. 8, 9.
letter to heads of Trinity Ceremonialism in 1610, i. 36.
Hall, ii. 101; - protected, Cervantes' death, i. 40.

App. C. iv. 369; Cromwell's Chaloner, M.P., a drunkard,
- letters to Vice-Chancellor of, . iii. 136.
396, 397..

Chancery records, i. 52.
Camdeners, the, i. 189.

Chancery Court to be abol-

ished, iii. 184; Cromwell's Army, 306; repudiates his fa-
reform of, 199, 319.

ther's doings, 318;descend-
Charles, Prince, returns from ed from Elizabeth Muir, iii.

Spain, i. 47. – Charles I., 18; crowned at Scone Kirk,
failures of, 56, 57; devices to 30; at Perth, 22d Nov. 1650,
raise money, 65; goes to 35; invades England, 79; at
Scotland, 70; wars with Worcester, 84; escapes from
Scots, 102; shifts to raise an Worcester, 90; countenances
army, 103; his Council of 'assassins, 195; at Middle-
Peers, 104; endeavours to burg, 311; his embassy to
coalesce with Puritans, 112; Spain, 380; – quarrels with
his difficulties, 113; favours his brother, iv. 4; designa-
Army-plots, 113; yields a tion of, by Cromwell, 176;
little, 115, 116; goes to Scot cold reception of abroad, 202.
land, 116; feasted by London Charter House, Cromwell and
City, 118; attempts to seize the, iii. 332, 333.
Five Members of Parliament, Cheapside. See Cross.
119; his Queen pawns crown- Chepstow Castle taken, ii. 2.
jewels, 120; attempts Hull, Cheswick, Cromwell at, ii. 56,
*120; his Commission of Ar 60.
ray, 121; at Oxford, 136; his Cholmely, Col., notice of, App.
affairs in August 1643, 162; C. iv. 348.
sends for Irish Army, 186; Church government, Crom-
is completety routed, 213;

well's, iii. 196, 197. See
his motions after Naseby Bishops.
battle, 217; in Wales', 244; Church, Irish Papist, Crom-
goes to Scots Army, 245; at

well's opinion of, ii. 236-240.
Holmby, 249; carried off by Cicely Colonel Cromwell's
Joyce, 275; his manœuvring,

letter to, App. C. iv. 331.
283, 284; at Hampton Court,
286, 296; escapes, 296; goes

Civil War. See War.
to Ísle of Wight, 299; at

Clarendon, Lord, character of,
Carisbrook Castle, 299; at-

. i. 78; his notice of Cromwell,
tempts to escape, 317; is

109, 110; -- on Irish affairs,
denounced, 325; -

ii. 288.

last
Treaty with, ii. 69; at Hurst Claypole, Lady, her character.
Castle, 98; Trial of, 102; i. 258; - and family, iii. 57
Death-warrant, 103; execu - death of, iv. 216, 217.
tion of, '106; his goods, &c. Claypoles, the, in Cromwell's
to be sold, 114.

First Parliament, iii. 210.*
Charles II. at Jersey, ii. 191; Clayton, Col., Cromwell's letter

character of, 295; with Scots in behalf of, App. C. iv. 362

Cleveland, John, poet, appre- Conference. See Hampton
hended, ii. 359.

Court.:
Clonmacnoise Manifesto, ü. Conisby, Sheriff Thomas, sent
226-229.

prisoner to Parliament, i.132.
Clonmel stormed, ii. 286. Conway Castle, fortified, i. 287.
Clubmen, account of, i. 218; See Williams.

put down, 221, 222; their Cook, Col., at Cambridge, i.

designs discovered, 223. 130; - at Wexford, ii. 192.
Coaches, hackney, in 1654, iii. Cooke, Henry, taken in Suffolk,
199.

i. 135.
Cockburnspath. See Coppers- Cooper, Anthony Ashley, in
path.

Little Parliament, iii. 141; in
Cockpit, the, bestowed on

Council of State, 184n.;
Cromwell, ii. 259,

197n.; in Cromwell's First
Coke, Chief Justice, i. 40;

Parliament, 210; is refused

the Lady Mary Cromwell,
weeps, 59.

379 and n.; in Cromwell's Se-
Colchester, Cromwell's letters

cond Parliament, 383, 388;
to Mayor of, i. 137, 148; tu-

excluded, 440.
mults at, ii. 1; siege of, 13,

Coote, Sir Charles, in Ireland,
41.

ii. 174, 205.
Colvil, Lord, in Ireland, ii. 256. Copperspath in Scotland, ii.
Committee, interim, 1641, i. 304, 324, 325.

115; Lincoln, Cromwell's let. Coriolanus, position of, iii. 240.
ter to, 143; of Safety, 150;

Cork House, Dublin, ii. 273.
Cambridge, Cromwell's let-

Cory, John, his letter, i. 133.
ters to, 151, 159, 160; of Both
Kingdoms. account of. 203: Cotton, Rev. John, character
of Derby House, 302; Crom-

of, iii. 108, 109; Cromwell's
well's letters to, ii. 80, and

letter to, 110.
App. C.iv.345; – Lancashire,

Council of State, members of,
Cromwell's letter to, ii. 19; ii. 106, 107; first meeting,
York, Cromwell's letters to: 112; Cromwell's letter to, -
38,39; of Estates, Cromwell's 319; interim, — iii. 139, 174;
letters to, 54, 62, 71; – ji.4. Little Parliament, 184; Crom-
39: of Army. Cromwell's let well's, 196n. See List.
ter to, 41; of Customs, 181; Counties. See Associated."
Cromwell's letter to, 182; of Courtenay, Mr. Hugh, royalist,

Kingship. See Kingship. iii. 278.
Commonwealth established, ii. Covenant, – see Scots; taken

107; seal found, 131. See by House of Commons, 1643,
Seals.

i. 169.

Covent Garden, soldiers in, i.

265.
Cowell, Col., killed, ii. 50.
Cowper, Col., in Ulster, iii. 382.
Cox, Col., Cromwell's letters

to, App. C. iv. 387, 394.
Cradock, Rev. Mr., iïi. 328.
Crane, Sir Richard, slain, i. 226.
Crawford, Maj.-Gen., notice

of, i. 180, 183, 184; Crom-

well's letter to, 181.
Crequi, Duc de, Ambassador

to Cromwell, iv. 203.
Cromwell, Mrs. Elizabeth, let-

ters from Oliver Cromwell
to, ii. 349; - iii. 56, 65.;
letter to Oliver Cromwell
from, 34; retired to Nor-
borough, 57.
Cromwell, Elizabeth (sister of

Protector), Oliver's letter to,

App. C. iv. 366.
Cromwell, Frances, and Mr.

Rich, iii. 375-378; married,

379; iv. 151.
Cromwell, Henry (son of Pro-

tector), is of Gray's Inn, i.
43; is a captain, 305; — in
Ireland, ii. 262; — iii. 57; in
Little Parliament, 129,184 n.;
in First Parliament, 210; in
Ireland, good conduct of,327,
328; appointed Lord De-
puty, 328; Oliver Cromwell's
letters to, 358', 364, 381;
Mary, letters to, 362, 376.
Cromwell, Major, wounded at

Bristol, i. 229.'
Cromwell, Mary, her letters to

Henry, iii. 362, 376; mar-

ried, 379; — iv. 151.
Cromwell, Oliver, significance

of, to the Puritan cause, i.
12; modern reaction in fa-
vour of, 16; birth, kindred, .
&c. 19, 20; youth of, 22;
house where born, 23; his

Father's character, 24.
Cromwell, list of his Brothers

and Sisters, i. 20n.; of his
Uncles and Aunts, 25, 26 n.;

of his Children, 68, 69 n.
Cromwell, his poverty? i. 26;

related to Earl Essex, 26;
his great grandfather, 27;
the alias Williams," 30;
his Welsh pedigree, 31; ori-
gin of the name, 32; death
of his grandfather, 33; idle
tales of his youth, 34; his
schoolmaster, 34; admitted
of Cambridge University, 38,
39; death of his father, 42;
death of his grandfather, 42;
never of any Inn of Court,
44; marries Elizabeth Bour-
chier, 46; his uncle an M.P,, i
48; his 'hypochondria, 49;
becomes Calvinist, 49; sub-
scribes to Feoffee Fund, 51;
is a Puritan, 51; visit to his
royalist uncle, 54; heir to his
uncle at Ely, 55; is M.P. for
Huntingdon in 1628, 56; re-
turns to Huntingdon, 61;
first mention of in Commons;
Journals, 64; is Justice of
Peace, 66; sells his estate,
66. Of his Letters and
Speeches, 73; how to read

them, 74, 75.
Cromwell, his life at St. Ives, i.'

83-91; stories of, an enthu-
siast? 90; at Ely, 92; char-

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