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Preston, Dr., fame of, i. 50.
Preston. See battle.
Pride, Colonel, summoned by
Commons, i. 272; — at
Preston battle,ii. 26; purges
the Commons, 99; in Scots
War, 299, 340; would hang
up the Lawyers' gowns, 341
n.; — one of Cromwell's
Lords, iv. 153.
Prince, Thomas, Leveller, ii.

126.

Proclamation by Cromwell,

1648, ii. 61; after Dunbar

fight, 334; Edinburgh, 371.

Protestation of Commons,

1641, i. 115, and App. C. iv.

313-316.

Prussian Monarchy, founder

of, iv. 170n.
Prynne, William, first appear-
ance of, i. 69; his Histrio-
mastix, 69; inpilloryinl633,-
72; again in 1637,93; speech
in pillory, 94; — purged by
Pride, ii. 100; — assists Dr.
Hewit, iv. 201.
Puritan,Sermons, i. 8; history,
12; demands at Hampton -
Court Conference, 86; char-
acteristic, 49,50; leaders, 52.
Puritanism, our last heroism,
i, 2; faded, 9; Dryasdust on,
10; nature of, 78.
Puritans, English and Scots,
i. 104; become formidable,
112.
Putney Church, Army-meeting

at, i. 286.
Pym, John, M.P., a Puritan, i.
52; speech by, 59; lives at
Chelsea, 116.

Quakerism, germ of, ii. 134.^7
Quakers, first Scotch, iii. 36.

See Nayler, Fox, Penn.
Queen of Charles I., doings

by, i. 142.
Queries to Edinburgh clergy,

ii. 368; — of Scotch Western

Army, iii. 7.

Ragland Castle besieged,i.252;
surrenders, 247.

Rainsborough, Col., at Bristol
siege, I. 225; — deserted by
the Fleet, ii. 15; assassina-
ted, 79.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, execution
of, i. 45.

Raleigh's History, Cromwell's
opinion of, ii. 285.

Ramsay, Rev. Robert,preaches
• before Cromwell, iii. 62.

Rawlins, Captain of Parliament
horse, i. 209.

Recruiters, new Members of
Parliament, i. 247.

Redbank, fight at, ii. 26. See
Preston.

Reformers, true, i. 79.

Remonstrance, against Buck-
ingham, i. 61; against Laud,
64; and Petition of Ministers,
105; Grand, of Long Par-
liament, 117; — of Scotch
Western Army, iii. 7, 12,17.

Resolutioner, Protester, iii. 17,
37.

Reynolds, Col., at Ferns, ik
177; surprises Carrick, 212,

.213; — in Cromwell's First
Parliament, iii. 210; — as-
sists the French, ir. 86,137,
142; death of, 149.

Kibble Bridge, fight at, ii. 23.
See Preston.

Rich, Col., in Scotland, iii. 80,
82.

Rich, Mr., and Frances Crom-
well, iii. 376-379; — iv. 161;
death of, 214.

Richmond, Duke, present to,
i. 299.

Riots. See Apprentices.

Robinson, Luke, sent to
Charles I., i. 254; — turn-
coat, iv. 165.

Robinson, Rev. Mr., Crom-
well's letter to, ii. 108.

Rochester, Earl. See Wilmot.

Roghill, ii. 254.

Rolf, Major, accused, ii. 45.

Rooksby, Major, killed at Dun-
bar, ii. 342.

Ross Town, besieged, ii. 192;
taken, 197.

Rothes, Earl, taken at Wor-
cester, iii. 93.

Rouse, Francis, Translator of
the Psalms, i. 101; — in
Little Parliament, iii. 142;
Speaker of Little Parlia-
ment, 186; of Council of
State, 197 n.; in Cromwell's
First Parliament, 210; one
of Cromwell's Lords, iv. 153.

Rowe, Scoutmaster, character
of, ii. 53.

Royston, Rendezvous. See
Army.

Rump, doings of the, iii. 104-
108; must he dissolved, 133;
dismissed by Cromwell, 136.

Rupert, Prince, his father dies,

i. 70; plunderings of, in 1643,
127; nicknamed Robber,
164; relieves York, 186;
routed at Marston Moor,
187; at Worcester, 1645,
202; atNasebybattle, 213;
at Bristol, 224; manner of
his leaving Bristol, 232;
quits England, 247; — in
Irish seas, ii. 203.

Rushworth, John, in danger at
Naseby, i. 214; Cromwell's
letter to, 255; — with Crom-
well in Scotland, ii. 300; —
reporter of Cromwell's
Speech, iv. 191.

Rushworthian chaos, i. 10, 58;
— ii. 300.

Russel, Francis, Henry Crom-
well's father-in-law, i. 189,
813; — purged by Pride, ii.
108.

Sa, Don Pantaleon, beheaded,
iii. 209.

Sadler, Adjutant, in Ireland,
ii. 279.

Sadler, John, Cromwell's letter
to, offering him Chief Jus*
ticeship in Munster, App. C.
iv. 354.

Saffron Walden. See Army. .

St. Abb's Head described, ii.
. 323.

St. Albans, Commission of Ar-
ray at, i. 132. See Army.

St. Fagan's, fight at, ii.'2.

St. George's Hill, Levellers at,
ii. 132.

St. Ives described, i. 83-85.

St. James's, Field i, scene in,
i. 285; — House, bestowed
on Cromwell, ii. 259. H3

St. John, Oliver, character of,
i. 95; — ii. 42; — related to
Cromwell, i. 98; is Solicitor-
General, 107; Cromwell's
letters to, 167; — ii. 43; —
with Cromwell at Aylesbury,
iii. 96; character of, 105; at
Conference at Speakers, 111-
115; ambassadortoHolland,
118.

St. John, Mrs., Cromwell's let-
ter to, i. 98.

St. Johnston (Perth) surren-
ders, iii. 80.

St . Neot's, fight at, ii. 18.

St. Nicholas, Thomas, Crom-
well's letter to, ii. 89; ac-
count of, 90.

Salisbury, Levellers at, ii. 187;
— insurrection at, iii. 315.

Santa Cruz, Blake beats Span-
ish at, iv. 86.

Saunders, Col., notice of, ii. 5;
Cromwell's letter to, 5; — in
Scotland, iii. 74,80.

Savoy, Duke, persecutor, iii.
820.

Say and Sele, Lord, a Puritan,
l. 52; — in Church Commis-
sion, iii. 198.

Scot of Scotstarvet, notice of,
ii. 61; — iii. 36n.

Scots Committee of Estates,
Cromwell's letters to , ii. 54,
62, 71; — iii. 4, 39; extin-
guished at Alyth, 98.

Scots, affairs in 1637, i. 94;
Covenant, 95; affairs in 1639,
102; motions of their Army,
108; Declaration and pro-

ceedings of, in England, 103;
104; demands, 106; assist
English Parliament, 169;
Army enters England, 1644,
180; at Marston Moor, 186,
187; Commissioners and
Cromwell, 199; Army returns
home, 249; Negotiations
concluded, 260; — proclaim
Charles II., ii. 191; assist
Charles II., 221; their Cove-
nant in 1650, 292,293;— iii.
2, 3; — call in Charles II., ii.
295; prepare to repel Crom-
well, 302; Army skirmishes
with Cromwell, 305, 306;
Army, how officered, 208;
theirpoverty,&c, described,
313; their Covenant com-
mented on by Cromwell,
815; skirmish with Crom-
well, 319 ; routed at Dunbar,
832, 333; Clergy and Crom-
well, 354-371; — Committee
of Estates, Cromwell's let-
ters to, ii. 54, 62, 71; — iii.
4, 89; divisions among, ,2,
17; atStirling,levyingforcea
&c., 30; entrenched at Tor-
wood, 69; invade England,
79-83; routed at Worcester,
87-94; Cromwell's opinion
of, iv. 184.

Scotland united to England.
iii. 99.

Scott, Major Thomas, report
by, ii. 106; Cromwell's letter
to, 202;—Republican, iii.
198; does not sign the Re-
cognition, 269; in Crom-
well's Second Parliament,
388; — iv. 191, 192;—ex-
eluded, iii. 440.; — death of,
iv. 165.
Scoutmaster, office of. See

Howe.
Scroope, Col., pursues Scots

ii. 35.
Seals, Great, new, &c, iii.
42—44. See Commonwealth.
Sedgwick, Major-Gen., in Ja-
maica, iii. 348; — in Ame-
. rica, App-, C. iv. 386; —
death of iii. 357. ■*

Selden, John, imprisoned, i. 65.
Serle, Daniel, Governor of
Barbadods, iii. 348; Crom-
well's letter to, 352.
Sewster, Robina, family of, i.
266; — married to Lock-
hart, iv. 143.
Sexby, Edward, Trooper, ex-
amined, i. 273;—1001. voted
to, ii. 37; hisplottings, iii.
315, 381, 411; —iv. 7; his
death, 150,151.
Shakespeare's death, i. 39.
Sherland, Parson, apprehend-
ed, iii. 359.
Shilbourn, Colonel, in Ireland,

ii. 275.
Shipmoney, Writ of, i. 72.

See Hampden.
Sidney, Col. Algernon, in
Parliament Army, i. 209; —
in Rump Parliament, iii. 134.
Silence, nature of, i. 6.
Simes, Major, shot, ii. 274.
Sindercomb, Miles, character
andplotof, iv. 7—9; poisons
himself, 15.
Sinnott, Col. David', Governor
of Wexford, negotiations
with Cromwell, ii. 177—187.

Skippon, Major-Gen., conveys
Scots money, i. 262; — in
Council of State, iii. 197 n;
in Cromwell's First Parlia-
ment, 210; aMajor-General,
341 n; one of Cromwell's
Lords, iv. 153.
Slepe Hall described, i. 85.
Slingsby, Sir Henry, inarms,
iii. 315, — plot and execu-
tion of, iv. 200, 201.
Smectymnuus pamphlets, i.

106.
Societies, Printing. See Dry-
asdust.
Soldiers at sack of Basing,

anecdotes of, i. 239, 240.
Somers Tracts criticised, i. 73,

218 n; — iv. 22.
Sorrow defined, i. 49.
South Sea Island Queen, anec-
dote of, ii. 104.
Southwark declares for Army,

i. 285.
Spain, Alliance with broken, i.
47; War with, 48; issue of,
48; — War with, iii. 346,
351, 380; reasons for, 392—
397.
Speech, Oliver Cromwell's first,

i. 63.
Speeches, how to read Crom-
well's, i. 74; fragments of,
againstEarl Manchester and
present Parliament com-
manders, 196— 199.
Speeches of Oliver Cromwell.
I. Opening of theXittle Par-
liament, 4 July 1653; iii.
143—175.
H. Meeting of the First Pro-
tectorate Parliament, 4 Sept.
1654; iii. 212— 235.

III. To the same Parliament,
12. Sept. 1654; 241—268.

IV. Dissolution of the First
Protectorate Parliament, 22
Jan. 1654—5:281—311.

V. Meeting of the Second Pro-
tectorate Parliament, 17,
Sept. 1656:389—438.

VI. To the same, 23 Jan.
1656—7: iv. 10—15.

VII. To the same, 31 March
1657:25—28.

VIII. To a Committee of the
Second Protectorate Par-
liament, 3 April 1657:
29—32.

IX. To the Second Protectorate
Parliament in a body, 8. April
1657:34-38

X. Conference with the Com-
mittee of Ninety-nine in re-
gard to the title of King, 11.
April 1657:40—52.

XI. Second Conference with
the same 18 April 1657:
53-74.

XII. Third Conference with the
same, 20 April 1657: 76—84.

XIII. Fourth Conference with
the same, 21 April 1657:
87—127.

XIV. To the Second Protec-
torate Parliament in a body,
8 May 1657: 130—132.

['XV.' should be] To the same,
25 May 1657: App. C. iv. 389.

XV. To the same, 9 June 1657,
on the presentation of some
Bills for assent: 135.

XVI. To the Two Houses of

Parliament; Opening of the
Second Session of the Se-
cond Protectorate Parlia-
ment, 20 Jan. 1657—8:
155—163.

XVII. To the same Parliament,
the Commons having raised
debates as to the Title of the
other House, 25 Jan.
1657—8:166—190.

XVIII. Dissolution of the Se-
cond Protectorate Parlia.
ment,4Feb,1658; 193—198.

Speldhurst Living, iii. 183.\
Sports, Book of burned, i. 147.
Sprigge's Anglia liediviva, i.

202 ».
Stamford, Earl, defeated, i.

162.
Stamford taken by Cromwell,

i. 150.
Standard set up, Pamphlet, iv.

39, 75, 79.
Stapleton, Sir Philip, Presby-
terian, i. 2 70; — ii. 53. See

Members, Eleven.
Stapleton, Bryan, notice of, ii.

53.
Stapylton, Rev. Robert, ii. 53,

114; preaches in Edinburgh

High Church, 376.
Steward, SirThomas,Kt.,death

of, i. 91.
Stewart of Allertoun, iii. 63,

64.
Stewart of Blantyre, duel with

Lord Wharton, ii. 45.
Stockings, anecdotes of, i. 41.
Stonyhurst, Cromwell at, ii. 18.
Storie, Mr., notice of, i. 89;

Cromwell's letter to, 87.
Strahan, Major, notice of ii.

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