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HENRY G. BOHN, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
JOSEPH RICKER BY PRINTER,
SHER BOURN LANE.
A DEFENCE OF THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND: in Answer to
Salmasius's Defence of the King
THE SECOND DEFENCE OF THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND : against
an anonymous Libel, entitled “The Royal Blood crying to
Heaven for Vengeance on the English Parricides” 214
EIKONOKLASTES: in Answer to a Book entitled “Eikon
Basilikė, The Portraiture of His Sacred Majesty in his
Solitudes and Sufferings”
CHAP. I.—Upon the King's calling this last Parliament . 317
CAAP. II.-Upon the Earl of Strafford's Death
CHAP. III.—Upon his going to the House of Commons
CHAP. IV.-Upon the Insolency of the Tumults
CHAP. V.–Upon the Bill for Triennial Parliaments, and for set-
tling this, &c.
CHAP. VI.-Upon his Retirement from Westminster.
CHAP. VII._Upon the Queen's Departure
CHAP. VIII._Upon his Repulse at Hull, and the Fate of the
CAAP. IX.-Upon the listing and raising Armies, &c.
CHAP. X.-Upon their seizing the Magazines, Forts, &c. •
CHAP. XI.—Upon the Nineteen Propositions, &c.
CHAP. XII.-Upon the Rebellion in Ireland
CHAP. XIII.- Upon the calling in of the Scots, and their
CHAP. XIV.–Upon the Covenant
CHAP. XV.–Upon the many Jealousies, &c.
CHAP. XVI.--Upon the Ordinance against the Common-Prayer
CHAP. XVII.-Of the Differences in point of Church-Govern-
Chap. XVIII.—Upon the Uxbridge Treaty, &c.
CHAP. XIX.–Upon the Various Events of the War.
Chap. XX.–Upon the Reformation of thc Times
Char. XXI.-Upon his Letters taken and divulged .
Chap. XXII.—Upon his going to the Scots
CHAP. XXIII.—Upon the Scots delivering the King to the
Char. XXIV.-Upon the Denying him the Attendance of his
CHAP. XXV.–Upon his Penitential Meditations and Vows at
Chap. XXVI.–Upon the Army's Surprisal of the King at
CHAP. XXVII.-Entitled, To the Prince of Wales .
CHAP. XXVIII.--Entitled, Meditations upon Death