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acter of, i. 305; - letters Monarchy, Fifth, described, iü.
from Cromwell to, ii. 111, 221; plot, iv. 38, 39.
114, 118, 120, 124, 127, 129, Monk, Col. George, in the
147, 149, 200, 282, 300, 349; Tower, i. 186; in Ireland,
- üi. 76, 200; in Little Par 291; – in Scots War, ii. 300,
liament, 142; of Customs 330, 339, 340; - at Edin-
Committee, 181; in Council burgh, iii. 26; made Lieut.-
of State, 184 n., 197 n.

General of Ordnance, 61;
Mazarin, Giulio, Cardinal, po sent to Stirling, 80; storms

licy of, iv. 3; Cromwell's let Dundee, 97; puts down re-
ters to, 5, App. C. 374, 376, bellion in the Highlands, 99,
377; his opinion of Crom 201; in Dutch War, 119, 131;
well, 147.

Army mutinous, 275.
Meg', Muckle, in Edinburgh Monopoly, of soap, &c., i. 66.
Castle, iii. 29 n.

Monro, Gen., in Scots Army, ii.
Members, the Five, i. 119; the 13;"his motions, 42; rejected

Eleven, 268; accused by at Edinburgh, 51.
Army, 283; list of, 283 n.; Montagu, Dr., censured, i. 62.

last appearance of, 285. Montague family, i. 55.
Middleton, Gen., at Preston Montague, Lord, a Puritan,

fight, ii. 17; – for Charles II., i. 52.
iii. 2; Rebellion in High- Montague (Earl of Sandwich),
lands, 99, 201.

Colonel of the Parliament
Mildmay, Sir Henry, quarrels foot, i. 209; at Bristol siege,

with Lord Wharton, ii. 45. 225, 227; receives King at
Militia, Ordinance of, i. 121; Hinchinbrook, 275; – in
new, 274.

Little Parliament, iii. 141; of
Milton, John, his burial, entry Customs Committee, 181; in
of, i. 46; pamphlets by, 106; Council of State, 184 n.,

appointed Latin Secre 197 n.; in Cromwell's First
tary, ii. 119; — Sir H. Vane Parliament, 210; made Ad-
friend of, iii. 105; blind, 195, miral, 346; Cromwell's let-
322; letter by, iv. 204.'

ters to, 366, 369, 384; — iv.
Milton State Papers criticised, 139, 141, 148; on Committee
i. 73; – ji. 175 n.

of Kingship, 29; assists the
Ministers of Edinburgh, and French, 86, 139, 142; at In-
Cromwell, ii. 355-370.

stallation, 138; one of Crom-
Mitchell, Cól., Cromwell's let. well's Lords, 153.
ter to, iv. 373.

Montgomery, Col. Robert, no-
Mitton, Col., in Wales, i. 288. tice of, ii. 74; Major-General
Model, New, of the Army, i. in Scots Army, 306, 308; ïïi.

194, 200 n., 209, 213, 218. 15 n., 40.

Montrose, Earl, in Scots Army, 167, 170; retires disgusted

i. 103; routed in Scotland, 190.
244; -taken and executed, Newcastle, Mayor of, Crom-
ii. 295.

well's letter to, iv. 1. .
Moray House, Edinburgh, Newhall estate, iii. 374.
Cromwell at, ii. 70.

Newmarket rendezvous. See
Mordington, Cromwell at, ii. Army.

60, 64, 302; incident at, 303. Newport, Negotiations at, ii.
Morgan, Mr., to be taken, ii. 69, 82. -
5,6.

New Year's Day, when. See
Morris. Governor of Pontefract
"V",

"
Castle, ii. 79; Cromwell's

Year.
Ji Nicholas Cont at Chenstore

Nicholas, Capt. at Chepstow,
letter to, 79.

ii. 7.
Mosstroopers, Watt and Au- Noble's Memoirs criticised, i.

gustin, iii. 10, 11; routed by 15.
Col. Hacker, 31.

Norham, situation of, ii. 64.
Mulgrave, Earl, ii. 47; - in North, Sir Dudley, Cromwell's

Council of State, iii.197 n.;- letter to, iv. 332.
one of Cromwell's Lords, iv. Norton, Col. Richard, serves
153.

under Earl Manchester, i.
Munster for Parliament, ii. 220. 163; notice of, 306, 312;
Musical Entertainment at Cromwell's letters to, 306,
Cromwell's, iv. 16.

311, 313; purged by Pride,
Musselburgh, Cromwell at, ü. ii. 108; – in Little Parlia-
-305, 306, 314, 322; Crom ment, iii. 142; in Council of
well's Army in, iii. 61.

State, 184 n.
Nottingham, Charles I. erects

his standard at, i. 114; —
Naseby described, i. 212, and iii. 84.

App. C. iv, 328. See Battle. Nova Scotia, occupied for
Navigation Act, iïi. 119.

Cromwell, App. C. iv. 386.
Nayler, James, worshipped, iii. Noy, Attorney, conduct of, in

271,342; punished, iv. 19, 20. 1632, i. 70; his advancement,
Neal, on Cromwell, iii. 373. death, and dissection, 72, 73.
Neile, Bishop, and Popery, i.

63; Parliament about to ac- Oblivion and remembrance, i.8.
cuse, 64.

O'Bryen, Barnabas, notice of,
Newark, designs on, i. 143, 147.

ii. 142.
Newbury. See Battle. Officers, one hundred, remon-
Newcastle, Earl, helps the strate with Cromwell on

King, i. 120;' his Popish Kingship, iv. 23, 24; petition
Army, 142; besieges Hull, of, on Kingship, 129.

Okey, Col., taken at Bristol Overton, Richard, a Leveller,

siege, i. 226; - at Inver- ii. 126.
keithing fight, iii. 72; Re- Owen, Col., Sir John, in Wales,
publican, 204.

i. 288; - delinquent, ii. 83,
Oldenburg, Duke, his present - 86.
to Cromwell, iii. 272.

Owen, Dr., in Cromwell's First
O'Neil, Henry, joins Ormond, Parliament, iii.210; preaches
ii. 198.

to Second Parliament, 388.
O'Neil, Hugh, Governor of Oxford, Charles I. at, i. 136;
Clonmel, ii. 287. .

surrendered, 245; — Crom-
O'Neil, Owen Roe, character well, &c. feasted at, ii. 140.
of, ii. 173.

Oxford University reformed,
Onslow, Sir Richard, in King iii. 45; Cromwell Chancellor
· ship Committees, iv. 75. of, 45; - Cromwell and, iv.
Order to Keeper of St. James's 369, 392.

Library, ii. 113.
Ordinance of Militia. See Mi- Pack, Sir Christopher, motion
litia.

by, iv. 22.
Ordinance, Self-denying, i.194, Packer, Lieut.-Col., notice of,
199, 200.

i. 181, 183.
Ordinances of Cromwell, iii. Pamphlets on Civil War,
196, 197.

King's, i. 2, 4, 106.
Ormond, Earl, Irish levied by, Paper, blotting, not in use, i.

i. 254; character of, 289; - 262 n.
stronig in Ireland, ii. 112; Papist Army, Newcastle's, i.
routed by Jones, 149; at 142.
Wexford, 190; at Ross, 193; Papist Monuments destroyed,
- plotting in England, iv. i. 147.
164, 191, 199.

Papists, to be hanged, i. 190;-
Oswestry, Cromwell's letter to, cruelties in Ireland, ii. 189,
App. C. iv. 393.

229, 230; – against Protes-
Otes, described, i. 97.. tants, iv. 169-171.
Otley, Col., at 'disbanding of Parker, Mr., Cromwell's letter
· Rump, iii. 137.

to, iii. 138.
Ouse river, i. 86.

Parliament, Third, of Charles I.,
Overbury poisoned, i. 40. O xi. 56; is Puritan, 57; its Pe-
Overton, Col., Governor of tition of Right,' 57; doings

Hull, i. 295; – in Scots War, * of, 57; Alured's letter about,
ii. 299, 340; – at Inver 58; prorogued, 61; holds
keithing, iii. 70, 72; Re down the Speaker, 65; con-
publican, 204; sent to the duct after, 65; Short,summon-
Tower, 275.

ed 1640, 102; dissolved, 103;

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dissolved, 103; Long, sum- . the title, 33, 34; second ses-
moned 3d Nov. 1640, 104; sion of, 152; the two Houses
sketch of, 104; votes against disagree, 165, 166; dissolved,
Bishops, 105; secures the 198.
Militia, 114; grand Petition Pass, form of, in 1649, ii. 110.
of, 117; Charles I. attempts Paul's, St., Cross described, i.
to seize Five Members, 119; 63; - Cathedral, a horse-
goes to City for refuge, 119; guard, ii. 136.
how it raises army, 120; af- Peak, Sir Robert, taken at
fairs in July 1643, 162; takes Basing, i. 236.
the Scots Covenant, Sept. Pembroke besieged by Crom-
1643, 169; affairs in 1644, well, ii. 3, 14,
194; disagreement of Gene- Pembroke, Earl, sent to
rals, 195; affairs prosper, Charles I., i. 254; – Chan-
247, new Members elected cellor of Oxford, iii. 45.
(Recruiters), 247; Army Penn, Admiral, sails with the
turns on it, 267, 268; de fleet, iii. 273; sent to the
clares against Army, 271, Tower, 337, 344-346.
272; votes lands to Crom- Penn, Quaker, iii. 344.
well, 307, 308; number of Penruddock, Col., in arms, iji.
Members in 1648, 313 (see 316; beheaded, 317.
Members); – purged by Perth surrenders, iii. 80.
Pride, ii. 99, 100 (see Rump); Peterborough, Earl, notice of,
- new one to be elected, iii. ii. 143.
107, 125; difficulties in choo- Peters, Rev. Hugh, chaplain of
sing, 132; Little, summons train, 209; secretary to Crom-
for, 139; members of, 141, well, 235; his narrative of
142; meets 4th July 1653, Basing, 238; at Putney, 286;
142; failure of, 178; doings - at Pembroke, ii. 3; in Ire-
and resignation of, 184-186; land, 149; – Cromwell to be
First Protectorate, assem- King, iii. 97.
bles 3d Sept. 1654, 209-211; Petition, of Right, i. 57; alter-
unsuccessful, 237; signs the ed, 62; London, 105, 274;
Recognition, 268, 269; Buckinghamshire, 115;
doings of, 269, 270; dis Surrey, ii. 8; – of Officers,
solved, 311, Second Pro iii. 125; -- and Advice of
tectorate, assembles 17th Parliament, iv. 23, 128, 129,
Sept. 1656, 388; - doings 133, 137.
in Sindercomb's plot, iv. 9, Phayr, Col., at execution of
210; doings of, 16-19; offers Charles I., ii. 103; at Cork,
Cromwell title of King', 23, 202; — Cromwell's letter to,
&c.; presses him to accept App. C. iv. 357.
Carlyle, Cromwell. IV.

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Piccadilly, derivation of, iv. of, destroyed, 147; - Crom-
128 n.

well on, ii. 236; Cromwell to
Pickering, Sir Gilbert, in Coun suppress, 244.

cil of State, iii. 184 n., 197 n. Pope Alexander VII., Crom-
Pickering, Col., at Bristol well's opinion of, iii. 406.
i siege, i. 227; at Basing, 236; Popish States, War with, iii.

- his death and funeral, iv. · 394-400.
331.

Portuguese Treaty, iïi. 199,209;
Piedmont, persecution in, iii. Ambassador's brother, 208;

320, 321, 326; - iv. 204, King, 369-372.
Pierpoint, Mr., ii. 44; — Crom. Potts, Sir John, letter to, i. 133.

well at his house, iii. 85; – Powel, Presbyterian-Royalist
and Cromwell on Kingship, Colonel, ii. i, 2, 118.
iv. 53.

Powel, Anabaptist, against
Pilgrimage of Grace in 1536, li. Cromwell, iii. 192.
28.

Power, definition of, iii, 189.
Pinchbeck invented by Prince Powick possessed by the Scots,
Rupert, ii. 203.

iii. 88, 91.
Pinkerton's stories of Crom- Pownel, Major, at Preston
well, value of, iii. 6.

fight, ii. 19.
Plague, Army escapes, in 1645, Poyer, Col.,his doings in Wales,
i. 231.

ii. 1-4; shot, 118.
Plate fleet, prize of, iii. 441. Poyntz, General, enlists sol-
Plot, Gunpowder, i. 37; of diers, i. 285; slashes the

Army, 104, 113; Waller's, mob, 285.
· 156; -- by Rev. C. Love, &c., Prayer - meeting, Windsor

iii. 66; Anabaptist, 192, 193; Castle, 1648, i. 320, &c.
Royalist, 194, 205, 313; – Prayers for the Parliament
iv. 151, 164, 200; – various Army, i. 207; – an English
Republican, iii. 204,287-294; troop interrupted at, ii. 321;

Gerard's, 205, 208; in the - Cromwell's last, iv. 224.
· North, 275; Penruddock's, Preachers, triers of. See Triers.

316; Sexby's, 381; — Sinder- Preaching, Cromwell on, ii.

comb's, iv. 8; Venner's, 38; 364; - iii. 33; iv. 109.
· Hewit and Slingsby's, 200, Presbyterianism, Charles I.
201.

averse to, i. 186; and schism,
Politics and Religion in 1642, 217; adopted by Parliament,
i. 125.

263; overthrown, 286. See
Pomfret. See Pontefract.. Independents.'
Pontefract, Cromwell at, ii. 78, Presentation, Cromwell's, to

· Rectory of Houghton Con-
Popery in 1623, i. 47; images quest, App. C. iv. 378.

79.

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