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Preston, Dr., fame of, i. 50.
Preston. See battle. . Quakerism, germ of, ii. 134.77
Pride, Colonel, summoned by Quakers, first Scotch, iii. 36.

Commons, i. 272; - at See Nayler, Fox, Penn,
Preston battle, ii. 26; purges Queen of Charles I., doings
the Commons, 99; in Scots by, i. 142.
War, 299, 340; would hang Queries to Edinburgh clergy,
up the Lawyers' gowns, 341 ·. 368; - of Scotch Western
no; - one of Cromwell's Army, iii. 7.

Lords, iv. 153.
Prince, Thomas, Leveller, ii.
126.

Ragland Castle besieged,i.252;
Proclamation by Cromwell, surrenders, 247.

1648, ii. 61; after Dunbar Rainsborough, Col., at Bristol

fight, 334; Edinburgh, 371. siege, i. 225; – deserted by
Protestation of Commons,

the Fleet, ii. 15; assassina-
1641, i. 115, and App. C. iv.

ted, 79.
313-316.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, execution
Prussian Monarchy, founder of, i. 45...
of, iv. 170n.

Raleigh's History, Cromwell's
Prynne, William, first appear - opinion of, ii. 285.

ance of, i. 69; his Histrio. Ramsay, Rev. Robert,preaches
mastix, 69; in pillory in 1633, before Cromwell, iii. 62.
72; again in 1637,93; speech Rawlins, Captain of Parliament
in pillory, 94; - purged by h orse, i. 209.
Pride, ii. 100; - assists Dr. Recruiters, new Members of
Hewit, iv. 201.

Parliament, i. 247.
Puritan, Sermons, i. 8; history, Redbank, fight at, ii. 26. See

12; demands at Hampton Preston.
Court Conference, 36; char- Reformers, true, i. 79.

acteristic, 49, 50; leaders, 52. Remonstrance, against Buck-
Puritanism, our last heroism, ingham, i. 61; against Laud,

i, 2; faded, 3; Dryasdust on, 64; and Petition of Ministers,
10; nature of, 78.

105; Grand, of Long Par-
Puritans, English and Scots, liament, 117; — of Scotch

i. 104; become formidable, Western Army, iii. 7, 12, 17.
112. . . . .

Resolutioner, Protester, iii. 17,
Putney Church, Army-meeting 37.
at, i. 286.

Reynolds, Col., at Ferns, ü.
Pym, John, M.P., a Puritan, i. 177; surprises Carrick, 212,

52; speech by, 59; lives at 213; - in Cromwell's First
Chelsea, 116.

. Parliament, iii. 210; -28-

sists the French, iv. 86, 137, i. 70; plunderings of, in 1643,
142; death of, 149.

127; nicknamed Robber,
Ribble Bridge, fight at, ii. 23. 164; relieves York, 186;
See Preston.

routed at Marston Moor,
Rich, Col., in Scotlarid, iii. 80, 187; at Worcester, 1645,
82.

202; at Naseby battle, 213;
Rich, Mr., and Frances Crom at Bristol, 224; manner of

well, iii. 376-379; - iv. 151; his leaving Bristol, 232;
death of, 214. i.

quits England, 247; - in
Richmond, Duke, present to, Irish seas, ii. 203.
i. 299.

Rushworth, John, in danger at
Riots. See Apprentices. : Naseby, i. 214; Cromwell's
Robinson, Luke, sent to letter to, 255; -- with Crom-
· Charles I., i. 254; — turn well in Scotland, ii. 300; —
coat, iv. 163.

· reporter of Cromwell's
Robinson, Rev. Mr., Crom Speech, iv. 191.

well's letter to, ii. 108. Rushworthian chaos, i. 10,58;
Rochester, Earl. See Wilmot.' - ii. 300.
Roghill, ii. 254. '

Russel, Francis, Henry Crom-
Rolf, Major, accused, ii. 45. well's father-in-law, i. 189,
Rooksby, Major, killed at Dun- 313; — purged by Pride, ii.
bar, ii. 342.

108.
Ross Town, besieged, ii. 192; :

taken, 197.
Rothes, Earl, taken at Wor- Sa, Don Pantaleon, beheaded,
cester, iii. 93.

iii. 209.
Rouse, Francis, Translator of Sadler, Adjutant, in Ireland,

the Psalms, i. 101; in ii. 279..'
Little Parliament, iii. 142; Sadler, John, Cromwell's letter
Speaker of Little Parlia- to, offering him Chief Juss
ment, 186; of Council of ticeship in Munster, App. C.

State, 197 n., in Cromwell's iv. 354.
· First Parliament, 210; one Saffron Walden. See Army...

of Cromwell's Lords, iv. 153. St. Abb's Head described, ii.
Rowe, Scoutmaster, character 323..
of, ii. 53. ..

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

St. Fagan's, fight at, ii.2. .
Rump, doings of the, iii. 104 St. George's Hill, Levellers at,

108; must be dissolved, 133; ii. 132.

dismissed by Cromwell, 136. St. Ives described, i. 83-85.
Rupert, Prinoe, his father dies, St. James's, Ficlus, scene in,
i. 285; — House, bestowed ceedings of, in England, 103;
on Cromwell, ii. 259.

104; demands, 106; assist
St. John, Oliver, character of, English Parliament, 169;

i. 95; — ii. 42; - related to Army enters England, 1644,
Cromwell, i. 98; is Solicitor 180; at Marston Moor, 186,
General, 107; Cromwell's 187; Commissioners and
letters to, 167; - ii. 43; · Cromwell, 199; Army returns
with Cromwell at Aylesbury, . home, 249; Negotiations
iii. 96; character of, 105; at concluded, 260; – proclaim
Conference at Speakers, 111 Charles II., ii. 191; assist
115; ambassador to Holland, Charles II., 221; their Cove-
118.

nant in 1650, 292, 293; — iji.
St. John, Mrs., Cromwell's let 2, 3; — call in Charles II., ii.
ter to, i. 98.

295; prepare to repel Crom-
St. Johnston (Perth) surren well, 302; Army skirmishes
ders, iii. 80.

with Cromwell, 305, 306;
St. Neot's, fight at, ii. 13.

Army, how officered, 208;
St. Nicholas, Thomas, Crom their poverty,&c., described,

well's letter to, ii. 89; ac 313; `their Covenant com-
count of, 90.

mented on by Cromwell,
Salisbury, Levellers at, ii. 137; 315; skirmish with Crom-

- insurrection at, iii. 315. well, 319; routed at Dunbar,
Santa Cruz, Blake beats Span 332, 333; Clergy and Crom-
ish at, iv. 85.

well, 354-371; — Committee
Saunders, Col., notice of, ii. 5; of Estates, Cromwell's let-

Cromwell's letter to, 5; - in ters to, ii. 54, 62, 71; – ji.
· Scotland, iii. 74, 80.

4, 39; divisions among, 2,
Savoy, Duke, persecutor, iii. 17; at Stirling, levying forces
320.

&c., 30; entrenched at Tor-
Say and Sele, Lord, a Puritan, wood, 69; invade England,

í. 52; – in Church Commis 79-83; routed at Worcester,
sion, iii. 198. .

87-94; Cromwell's opinion
Scot of Scotstarvet, notice of, of, iv. 184.
ii. 61; - iii. 36n.

Scotland united to England,
Scots Committee of Estates, iii. 99. .

Cromwell's letters to , ii. 54, Scott, Major Thomas, report
62, 71; - iii. 4, 39; extin- . by, ii. 106; Cromwell's letter
guished at Alyth, 98.

to, 202; – Republican, iii.
Scots, affairs in 1637, i. 94; 198; does not sign the Re-

Covenant, 95; affairs in 1639, cognition, 269; in Crom-
102; motions of their Army, well's Second Parliament,
103; Declaration and pro 388; - iv. 191, 192; - ex-

cluded, iii. 440.; - death of, Skippon, Major-Gen., conveys
iv. 165.

Scots money, i. 262; - in
Scoutmaster, office of. See Council of State, iii. 197 m;
Rowe.

in Cromwell's First Parlia-
Scroope, Col., pursues Scots -, ment, 210; a Major-General,
ii. 35.

341 n; one of Cromwell's
Seals, Great, new, &c., iii. Lords, iv. 153.

42-44. See Commonwealth. Slepe Hall described, i. 85.
Sedgwick, Major-Gen., in Ja- Slingsby, Sir Henry, in arms,
maica, iii. 348; - in Ame- iii. 315; - plot and execu-
rica, App; C. iv. 386; - tion of, iv. 200, 201. .
death of iii. 357.

Smectymnuus pamphlets, i.
Selden, John, imprisoned, i. 65. 106.
Serle, Daniel, Governor of Societies, Printing. See Dry-
. Barbadoes, iii. 348; Crom asdust...
well's letter to, 352.

Soldiers at sack of Basing,
Sewster, Robina, family of, i. anecdotes of, i, 239, 240.

266 ; - married to Lock- Somers Tracts criticised, i. 73,
hart, iv. 143.;

218 n; - iv. 22.
Sexby, Edward, Trooper, ex- Sorrow defined, i. 49.

amined, i. 273; -1001. voted South Sea Island Queen, anec-

to, ii. 37; his plottings, iii. dote of, ii, 104.
· 315, 381, 411; - iv. 7; his Southwark declares for Army,

death, 150, 151. ..
Shakespeare's death, i. 39. , Spain, Alliance with broken, i.
Sherland, Parson, apprehend- 47; War with, 48; issue of,
ed, iii. 359.

48; – War with, iii. 346,
Shilbourn, Colonel, in Ireland, 351, 380; reasons for, 392–
ii. 275.

397.
Shipmoney, Writ of, i. 72. Speech, Oliver Cromwell's first,
. See Hampden.

i. 63.
Sidney, Col. Algernon, in Speeches, how to read Crom-

Parliament Army, i. 209; - well's, i. 74; fragments of,
in Rump Parliament, iii. 134.

against Earl Manchester and
Silence, nature of, i. 6.

present Parliament com-
Simes, Major, shot, ii. 274. . manders, 196— 199. .
Sindercomb, Miles, character
and plot of, iv. 7-9; poisons

Speeches of Oliver Cromwell.
himself, 15.

1. Opening of the Little Par.
Sinnott, Col. David', Governor liament, 4 July 1653; ii.

of Wexford, negotiations
with Cromwell, ii. 177187. II. Meeting of the First Pro

i. 285...

tectorate Parliament, 4 Sept. Parliament; Opening of the
1654; iii. 212- 235.

Second Session of the Se-
III. To the same Parliament, cond Protectorate Parlia-

12. Sept. 1654; 241–268. ment, 20 Jan. 1657–8:
IV. Dissolution of the First 155-163.

Protectorate Parliament, 22 XVII. To the same Parliament,

Jan. 1654-5: 281–311. the Commons having raised
V. Meeting of the Second Pro debates as to the Title of the

tectorate Parliament, 17, other House, 25 Jan.
Sept. 1656: 389-438.

1657-8:166-190.
VI. To the same, 23 Jan. XVIII. Dissolution of the Se.
1656—7: iv. 10–15.

cond Protectorate Parlia.
VII. To the same, 31 March ment, 4 Feb. 1658; 193—198.
1657; 25—28.

Speldhurst Living, iii. 183.1
VIII. To a Committee of the Sports, Book of burned, i. 147.

Second Protectorate Par. Sprigge's Anglia Rediviva, i.
liament, 3 April 1657: 202 n.
29–32.

Stamford, Earl, defeated, i.
IX. To the Second Protectorate 162.

Parliament in a body, 8. April Stamford taken by Cromwell,
1657: 34-38

i. 150.
X. Conference with the Com- Standard set up, Pamphlet, iv.
mittee of Ninety-nine in re- 39, 75, 79.
gard to the title of King, 11. Stapleton, Sir Philip, Presby-
April 1657:40-52.

terian, i. 270; - ii. 53. See
XI. Second Conference with Members, Eleven.

the same 13 April 1657: Stapleton, Bryan, notice of, ii.
53-74.

53.
XII. Third Conference with the Stapylton, Rev. Robert, i. 53,

same, 20 April 1657: 76–84. 114; preaches in Edinburgh
XIII. Fourth Conference with High Church, 376. ,,

the same, 21 April 1657: Steward, Sir Thomas, Kt.,death
87–127.

of, i. 91.
XIV. To the Second Protec. Stewart of Allertoun, iii. 63,
*torate Parliament in a body,

8 May 1657: 130-132. * Stewart of Blantyre, duel with
(XV.' should be To the same, Lord Wharton, ii. 45.

25 May 1657: App. C. iv. 389, Stockings, anecdotes of, i. 41.
XV. To the same, 9 June 1657, Stonyhurst, Cromwell at, ii. 18.

on the presentation of some Storie, Mr., notice of, i. 89;
Bills for assent: 135.

Cromwell's letter to, 87.
XVI. To the Two Houses of Strahan, Major, notice of ii.

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