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OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
to Westminster, and settlement there; with some ac-
Oath of abjuration. Hanover family. Burnet to Princess
New-England. Quakers persecuted. New Parliament. Church
ton. Atterbury. New Testament in modern Greek. Ludolph,
Battle of Ramillies. Thanksgiving. Dissenting ministers'
Admiral Shovel. Thanksgiving for the Union. Dis-
Test in Ireland. Sylvester's death. Bishop Sanderson. A
His two publi-
The account of public matters continued. Of my journey
into North Britain, reception there, and return from
Bishop Lloyd dies. His Episcopal severity. Maintained the
Author's journey. York. Dr. Coulton. Lady Hewley's cha-
Second sight. Earl of Cromarty. Mr. Pennant's rela-
King's College. Hector Boethius. Salmon-feast, by the river's
Sacheverell's sermon. Gen. Stanhope's manly freedom.
Farther hints both of public and private matters in the
remaining years of the reign of Queen Anne. 227–292.
Mob. Meeting-house gutted. Par-
New Churches. South Sea-Company. Medal of the Pre-