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"CXXXI. To Lord Fleetwood: Whitehall, 10 May,
To dismiss Cpl. Alured.
"CXXXIII. To Sir T. Ryraer: Whitehall, 5 July,
A City Preacher.
Goodwin's Sermon, On the Deliverance out of Egypt,
to debate in this Assembly. A free Parliament they; but
Letter CXXXIV. To R. Bennet, Esq.: Whitehall, 12 Jan.,
Virginia and Maryland.
To watch Adjutant-Gen. Allen.
was not unconcerned with them; has been struggling and
endeavoring for them, keeping Peace round them;—does
By the Rev. Mr. Brewster. Henry Cromwell gone to
"CXXXVIII. To Gen, Blake: Whitehall, 30 July,
1655 . .173
Instructions not yet to divide the Fleet. Person for Lisbon.
- CXLIV. To Henry Cromwell: Whitehall, 21 Nov.,
The Disaffected in Ireland.
« CXLVI. To the same: Whitehall, 6 May, 1656 . is«6
Claims on Portugal.
Our difficulties: Spain, and why we have gone to war
with Spain; Papists, Cavaliers, Levellers, Fifth Monarch-
"CL. To Cardinal Mazarin: Whitehall, 26 Dec,
1656 ......... 258
Quarrel between Charles Stuart and his Brother.
1656-7 . 262
Thanks for their Congratulation on the failure of Sinder-
of the Title of King. Returns pious thanks; craves time
Answers with praise as to the Petition and Advice gene-
Difficulty as to how they shall proceed in this matter of
Replies to their argument drawn from Law; contends
"XII. Fourth Conference with the same, 21 April,
1657. . ." 311.
Animadverts on various Articles of the Petition and Ad-
- Thanks for their Supplies of Money, as the custom is.
Letter CLIV. ToJ.Dunch, Esq.: Hampton Court, 27 Aug.,
To call at Hampton Court.
In sanction of his treatment of the Dutch Ships.
Mardike and Dunkirk. Peremptory : To bring Mazarin
Reasons for thankfulness in such a Meeting: Religious
Perils of the Nation; perils of the Protestant Interest in
What he might have expected in this Meeting of Par-