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THE FOURTH VOLUME.
The Flight of James known; great Agitation
The Lords meet at Guildhall
Riots in London .
The Spanish Ambassador's House sacked
Arrest of Jeffreys
The Irish Night
The King detained near Sheerness
The Lords order him to be set at Liberty
Arrest of Feversham
Arrival of James in London
Consultation at Windsor .
The Dutch Troops occupy Whitehall; Message from the
Prince delivered to James
James sets out for Rochester
Arrival of William at Saint James's
He is advised to assume the Crown by Rigat of Conquest
He calls together the Lords and the Members o the Parlia-
ments of Charles the Second
Flight of James from Rochester .
Debates and Resolutions of the Lords
Debates and Resolutions of the Commoners summoned by
the Prince; A Convention called
Exertions of the Prince to restore Order
His tolerant Policy
Satisfaction of Roman Catholic Powers
State of Feeling in France
Reception of the Queen of England in France Arrival of James at Saint Germains
State of Feeling in the United Provinces
Election of Members to serve in the Convention
Debate in the Lords on the Plan of Regency .
Schism between the Whigs and the Followers of Danby
Meeting at the Earl of Devonshire's
Debate in the Lords on the Question whether the Throne
was vacant; Majority for the Negative; Agitation
Letter of James to the Convention; Debates .
Negotiations; Letter of the Princess of Orange to Danby 112
The Princess Anne acquiesces in the Whig Plan
The Lords yield;.New. Laws proposed for the Security of
Rejoicings in Holland
Discontent of the Clergy and of the Army
Reaction of Public Feeling
Temper of the Tories .
Temper of the Whigs
William his own Minister for Foreign Affairs
The Board of Admiralty; the Board of Treasury
The Great Seal
The H sehold
The Convention turned into a Parliament
The Members of the two Houses required to take the Oaths 172
Questions relating to the Revenue
Abolition of the Hearth Money
Repayment of the Expenses of the United Provinces; Mu-
tiny at Ipswich
The first Mutiny Bill
Suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act
Unpopularity of William.
Popularity of Mary
The Court removed from Whitehall to Hampton Court 197
The Court at Kensington
William's foreign Favourites
Dissensions among Men in Office
Department of Foreign Affairs
Religious Disputes .
The High Church Party
The Low Church Party .
William's Views concerning Ecclesiastical Polity
Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury
Nottingham's Views concerning Ecclesiastical Polity
The Toleration Bill
The Comprehension Bill
The Bill for settling the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy 246
The Bill for settling the Coronation Oath
The Coronation .
The Coalition against France
The Devastation of the Palatinate .
War declared against France
State of Ireland at the Time of the Revolution ; the civil
Power in the Hands of the Roman Catholics
The military Power in the Hands of the Roman Catholics;
Mutual Enmity between the Englishry and Irishry 284
Panic among the Englishry
History of the Town of Kenmare
Closing of the Gates of Londonderry.
Mountjoy sent to pacify Ulster
William opens a Negotiation with Tyrconnel
The Temples consulted
Richard Hamilton sent to Ireland on his Parole .
Tyrconnel sends Mountjoy and Rice to France
Tyrconnel calls the Irish People to Arms
Devastation of the Country
The Protestants in the South unable to resist
Enniskillen and Londonderry hold out; Richard Hamilton
marches into Ulster with an Army
James determines to go to Ireland
Assistance furnished by Lewis to James
Choice of a French Ambassador to accompany James 322
The Count of Avaux
James lands at Kinsale
James enters Cork .
Journey of James from Cork to Dublin
Discontent in England
Factions at Dublin Castle
James determines to go to Ulster
Journey of James to Ulster