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" Thence, arnı’d with scorn and couragė, plows a way
“ Through the imposthum'd billows of the sea;
66 And makes the grumbling surges slaves to oar,
66 And waft him safely to the further shore,
66 Where landed in the sovereign disdain,
"lle turning back surveys the foaming main;
" Whilst the subjected waters, flowing, reel,
" Ambitious yet to kiss their conqu’ror's heel,
" At such a gen'rous rate should'st thou engage,
66 In the grand cxpedition of our age ;
" Thy active soul in gallant fury hurl'd
66 To club with all the worthies of the world.
66 Then rouze at last from this lethargick dream,
" And let heroick actions be thy theme.
" No more to base eileminate follies yield,

66 Thy country's Genius calls thee to the field !”
No sooner these last accents had I heard,
But straight the glor’ous vision disappear’d;
And round about, methoughts, a glittring ray
Was spread, creating in my soul new day.
As Cæsar once on banks of Rubicon
Stood shivering and scarce durst venture on,
Till lucky Damon by a signal chance
Beckou'd him o'er, and maile his troops advance;
So I, confirm’d by this good omen, found
Those mists exhal’d which had my courage drown'd.
Ah! glorious art of war, I cry’d! from whence
All honour and all pow'r did first commence,
By which the grandeur of each state doth grow,
And unto which nations their safety owe,
llenceforth

my

Mistress thou alone shalt be
And all my strength I consecrate to thee.
llence then, you gay diversions of the town,
Your bubbling vanities I must disown.
Alorning-long-sleeps adieu! Let sordid case
Silken buffoons and painted peacocks please ;
Whose lab‘ring souls, being stilled with exciss,
Scarce keep from stench their rotten carcases ;
Whilst I, ʼmidst blood, and sweat, and toils of war,
Through storms, cold, hunger, and many a scar,
Pursue my fate, resolved thus to have
An honour'd life, or else a noble grave.

June 21, 1673,

With Allowances

FINIS.

Printed by Joyce Goid, Shor-lane, London.

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ABSTINENCE, a remarkable Case of

365
Actzon, application of the story..

418
Address of Mr. Trevor to the states of Holland. sos
to the Duke of York.

521
Admiral, its original investigated

173
Advice to the godly

80
- General Munk

144
Albemarle, duke of, on his honour ..

410
Alva, duke of, his cruelty.

522
Amboyna, Dutch cruelties there.

$30, 568
Amsterdamn, emporium of English rebels

$37
Anello, Thonas, his brutish valour

410
Arjou, Francis, duke of, Prince of Holland . 523
Apoplexies, caused by cold humours

383
Apothecaries, on practising Physick
Annadu, the invincible one of 1588.

sas
Armies, un niercenary ones

40
Army, a Word to

34
Articles, constantly broken by Dutch

538
Astrological judgments, futility of

329
Awake, O England

99

471

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442
343
430
71

Caron, Francis, bis description of Japan, 548
Carthaginians, extracted from Tyre

. 164
Castles in Scotland, account of

• 441
Cautionary Towns, released to the Dutch

529
Caxton, William, first printer in England

105
Chalybeates, on their efficacy

. 377
Change-hou ein Scotland .
Character of Mr. John Fussel

13
Holland.

321
Charles I. account of his Burial

270
- ill usage of Sir Walter Raleigh... 391
11. Invitation to .

99
Epi tle to.

265
in Danger of Dutch Treachery,

538
Chatham, Dutch perfidy in burning ships at ib.
China, on transporting Magnet from

168
Christenings of Scotlant described .
Ci.ronicle, Scotch, Conclusion of
Clans of Scotland, account of .
Claret on, earl of, Address to Parliament,

-, his two Letters
Cleaver, Mr. on cruelty to brutes
Cloud opened, or English Hero

408
Cochen in India, taken by the Dutch

534
Cock-fighting, Mr. Perkins on it

66
Cole, William, his Rod for the Lawyers
Colege Reformation, Model for .

60
Colins, Dr. on taking the Covenant

427
Cologne, passports up the Rhine.

508
Commerce, Dutch exc.udes others in India

534
Commonwealth, state of England under it.

99
Compass, or Pyxis nautica, invented by Goia

167
Conscience, how a puny Thing.
Conisby, Sir Henry, how treated by Cromwell

277
Cookery in Scotland, account of .

443
Corracles, or Cortughs, of the Irish

• 165
Covetousness, its use to the godly

79
Cow ey, Abraham, Vision on Cromwell,

209
Cromwel, Oliver, ab tract of Traitors

108
life and death

273
-, hi artful duplicity

his artifice a ainst Fairfax
makes himself Protector
ca hiers Major-gen. Harrison

ib.
dismisses General Lambert

ib.
his garbled Parliament.

... 283
his death

the world's mistake in .
,his treatment of Sir H. Vane

355
Cruelty to brutes, Mr. Perkins on.
Cyrenians, invented frigates.

184

533

BALSAS of the West Indies described

166
Barker, Mr. Christopher, printer, account of 107, 109
Bath, knights of, creation in peace

155
Bibliotheca Fanatica

141
Militum

87
Bill, Mr. John, printer, account of

. 107
Blackheath, Charles II. arrives at

• 112
Bloet rod, what it is

522
Boats of kryptians described.

165
Greenland

106
Boldness, its Use to the cod'y

77
Bo ton, Mr. on cruelty to brutes

71
Bouks lost in the Fire of London

330
bow Church steeple, marks of lightning on . . 338
Breda, recovered by the English.

• 524
Brigantines, invented by the Rhodians . ... 104
Brill, admiral Earl of Marck, takes it. . 553
Britain, had few ships in Cesar's time . . . 164
Britaine, Wiliam de, on Dutch Usurpation. 521
Bruges, on improvement of Compass there • 167
Erues, on cruelty to . . . .

71
Brutus, Sir Arthur Hazlerig, the modern

• 118
Buryings of Scotland described

440

279

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D.

162

DAEDALUS, the inventor of masts and sails
Debt of the Dutch to Queen Elisabeth.
Deens, against registering them
Delf, made a staple for English cloth

.

CAMBRIDGE, Cromwell elected member for, 276
Camp, 2 Call to .

606
Canoes of the Indian3

166
Canterbury, Charles 11. arrives at

112
Carew, Mr. John, his Trial and Condesanation, 139

326
493
594

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113

Godʻard, Dr. Jonathan, on Practice of Physick, 453
Godly, Advice to them
Goia, inventor of the Compass .
Gondamore's enmity to Sir Walter Raleiga
Good-Hope, carly possessed by English

• $33
Gottenburg, John, first printer at Mentz .
Government, form of Protectorate

$0
Grecians learned shipping from Egypt

163
Greenland, boats of, described
Groot, De, his ambassy in France

$12
-, Peter, appointed to make peace . . $15

Deptford, Charles 11. arrives at ...
Diet, to be used with Tunbridge Water

464
Disbursement", &c. of Commnitree for safety 147
Disease, cured by Tunbrid'e Water.

457
Dispensatory of London, design of

475
Dorn front, anecdote of the Curate of

393
Dover, on Charles Il. lending there
Drink in Scotland, account of .
Dundas, the traitor, sold Edinburgh castle.. 28
Dutch Fishing, advantages of .

403
monopolize the Spice trade

531
Usurpation

$21
evade paying English troops. . . $25
-, acknowledged to be Free States ... 528

their villainies in the E st Indies ... 530
crueltjes at Amboyna, &c.

ib.
their treachery at Polotuone

532
exclude all nations from East India Trade 534
, their daring violations of neutrality 536
foment disturbances in Scotland

ib.
sedition in England in 1641 . 537
, design to betray Charles II.
treachery in burning ships at Chatham

538
encroachments on tracte .

540, 566
apostacy at Japan :

$47
edict, a malicious charge

156

H.

.

539

L.

HABAKKUK's brown loaf excelled

73
Habits of Scotland described
Hacket apprehended, &c.
Harmonicon Celeste of Vincent wing ..
Harrington, the modern clumbus.
Harrison, Major-general, turns out the Ramp
Hay, Sir William, his life and actions
Hazlerig, Sir Arthur, the modern Brutas

113
Heart, how contributes to fermentatica
Hereticks, declared oncs, executed
Here toke, what
Hero, English, or Cloud opened
Highways in Scotland, account of

444
Hills, Henry, printer, an account of 107, 108, 10g
Horan Mogans, inciters of rebellion

537
Holland, character of
-, States of, renounce Spanish government 521

offered to Queen Elisabeth 523, 566
the author of Dutch porady

564
Hollanders, their hostility to England

545
Homer, the father of fiction
Honesty, supersed:d by interest
House of Parliament, names of
Houses in Scotland, account of
Humours, cold, a cause of apoplexies

383
Hutchinson, colonel, bis imprisonment
Hypocrisy, its use to the godly

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$23

EDINBURGH, castle sold by Dundas.

281
a description of

438
Idward the Confessor, the folknote of
Egyptians added decks to ships

163
taught shipping to the Grecians

ib,
their plagues transferred to Scotland 435
Elisabeth, Queen of England, assists the Dutch
resi ts the King of Spain

525
Ellis, Edmund, on Cock-fighting

46
Empiricks, how to be counteracted

479
England, its deplorable state by a Commonwealth, 99

-'s Joy, or Charles Ili's return

's sovereignty in the British seas. • 539
-, Hollanders hostility to.

545
English cloth, a staple for at Deif .

. . . $24
their improvement of Flushing,

ib,
their losses in the East Indies.

• 537, 532
poesess the Cape of Good Hope

532
hips seized by the Dutch

533
Exercise, io be used with Tunbridge-water . 461

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PAIRFAX, Sir Thomas, has Cromwell for Lieut.-
general,
gives up his commission

281
Fanatica Bib iytheca, or Fanatick Library

141
Fanaticks, Parallel on ancient and modern 251
Faux, the second to Cromwell

227
Feil, Margaret, Examination of .

296
Fermentation, the heart how it contributes to • 3 So
Field, Joha, printer, account of

107-109
Fire of London, account of

325, 330
Fishing, Royal, revived .

403
- Dutch, advantages of 403, 528, 529
Fleetwood, Charles Lord, his gift

8
Flushing, improved by the English

$24
Folk Irote of Edward the Confeseor.

., 90
Torde, Sir Edward, on raising money.

341
Toul, scarcity of in Scotland

437
Fox, George, Examination of

• 2,6
France, design to lavo.ve England in war. 345

, king of, his rapid conquests • . 507
French Declaration of War, nswer to

320
Funeral of Marquis of Montrose, &c. .

236
Tussel, Mr. John, on his murder

9

KEN'P, not subject to Norman laws
Kingdom, &c. Prescription to recover.
Kirks of Scotland described .
Kite, on steering with the tail
Knights of Bath, on their creation

L.

442

. 104

107
ib.

LAIRDS, Scotch, account of
Lambert, general, dismissed by Cromwell
Lamentation of London printer
Lapis Heraclius, whence the name
- Lydius, its derivation
Lawyers in England, their number

2 Rod for

-, a Word to
Laws and Magistracy, the end of
Law penal, why for the use of the king
League with Netherlands.
Leathermore, on Gaming
Leicester, earl of, gorernor of Holland

35

GADES, a colony of the Physicians
Gaming, Chest of, discovered
Gentleness, st. Chrysostom on
Gibbet, common in Scotland
Gifts of the Holy Ones statet.
Gilbert, Dr. his book De Magnete

164
361

72
442

76
. 168

ib.
50
361
323

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Leicester, earl of, deceived by Hollanders

$61
Lesly, general, awswer to king's trumpeter . 415
Let me speak too

95
Levellers, their principles

36
Library, soldiers .

87
Lice, infest the Scots, and why

435
Lightning, effects of

. . 338
Landon Printer's lamentation

104
Clergy, mortality of

181
Loss, estimate of in Fire of London
Losses to English in East Indies

531, 532
Loughs of Scotland, described

437

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331

Peters, Father, his last will

132
Pettus, Sir John, seized by Cromwell

• 277
Philipott, Thomas, on Navigation

162
Philpot, Nicholas, on registering Beeds

488
Phlegm, how it may promote Abstinence ... 379
Phocians colonized Marseilles.

164
Phonicians improved ships

• 163
colonized Gades

164
Physick, Practice of, in London

468
Physiognomy, a friar's knowledge of

394
Picquet, Game at
Pierrepoint, against registering deeds, &c

493
Pirate, its original stated.

• 175
Plague in London, account of .

• 329
Polorovne, an English settlement

. 531
Dutch treachery at

. . S32
Popery, hostile to great designs

• 359
letter a gainst establishing

• Sot
Prayer or Father Peters.

135
Prescription to recover Kingdom, &c.

89
Press, oppressed
Protector, Cromwell, makes him elf

282
-, abused Conficer.ce of Parliament. SI
Protectorate, its form of government

50
Prynne's Prescription to recover Church,

89
Puritan, Cromwell turns

275

M.

104

.

MACHIAVEL's speech on religion •
Magnes, whence the name
Mallaca taken by the Dutch
Mandamus, improper uses of
Marksman, the unhappy one
Marseilles, a colony of the Phocians
Marstor-mor, on the battle there
Medicines, on physicians preparing
Mercurius Pragmaticus, the author of
Militia, the power of, seized by Cromwell
Milton's perversions stated
Mineral Springs, their general nature
Momba, his treachery
Monarchy, limited, plea for .
Money of Scoriand
Monk, general, reduces Scoland

i eulogium on
Montrose, marquis of, his funeral, &c.

his life and actions
Morgan, Sir Thomas, goes to Flushing
Mortality of London Clergy
Moscow, on plague there

-, fire there
Musick of Scotland

• 415

167

S32
. . 424

9

164
... 277

477
155

$1
I 20
453
513

99
445
381

408
236, 237

242
• 557

181
. . 332

333

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N.

164
185
$37
488
493

NAMES, Titles, &c Act for

i 55
Narcoticks, promote sleep

384
Naves, whence their name

• • 164
Navigation, on its firt Irvention

.. 162
Nedham's History of Rebellion

. . . 185
Needham, Dr. on Abstinence

. . 395
Neptune, on being God of the sea

• 163
Netherlands, on duke d'Alva's cruelty in 522
--on War against them

544
deputies from to England

559
Newcomb, Thomas, printer, account of, 107-109
Nicker nicked

361
Nonsence, its use to the godly

78
Norris, and others, assist Holianders, .. 558, 561
Nuys, French magazines at

507

RALEIGH, sir Walter, his roubles
Rates, whence the name

т
Rebellion, Erglish, in Verse.
Rebels, English, emporium for
Registering Deeds, &c. in Counties

Mischiefs of, stated
Religion of Levellers

Roman Catholick, Letters on
Remonstrance against De Witt, &c.
Reynolds on Fasting
Rivers, Origin of
Rochester, Charles II, arrives at
Rod for Lawyers
Rota, Censure on Milton's Book
Rump Pariiament, qualifications for

- Oath for its members

430
504
305
440
12

25
• TIS

124
134

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SAILS invented by Dedalus

164
Scotland, modern account of

• 435
Dutch foment disturbances in

536
Seas, British, England's sovereignty of

539
Sedition of 1641, Dutch foinenters of

537
Seminal temale humours, perversion of

• 378
Sem per iidem

251
Boyuestrations of London Clergy

181
Serjant, Mr. Letter to against Popery

501
Sermon, funeral one, or Hugh Peters

73
Sherburn, unjustly taken frorn Sir W. Raleigh 389
Shrove Tuesday Bawd

113
Shuming, Cutting, &c.

46
Siandering, its use to the godly

78
Sleep, generally useful to life

393
promoted by Narcoticks and cold Juices 384
Sluys, Charles II.s Return from

111
Soldier's Library

87
Solon, his wise saying to Crasus

86
Spain, king of, resisted by queen Elisabeth 525
-, league of England with

• 527
Spaniards, defeated by Sir Francis Vere, &c.

. 524
their losses at Ostend

ib.
Spanish government renounce the Dutch

523
Spices, &c. monopolised by the Dutch

S31
Spirit, Discussion on a Flux of

387
Spleen, its Use

377
Spotswood, Juan, murder of

245

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Springs, Original of
Stadtholder, Prince of Orange declared
Stationers' Company incorporated
Stirling, Charles It encamped there
Strafford, carl of, his unfortunate case
Strangeway, the murderer of Mr. Fussel
Stroakers, their bold folly
Sumatra, sailing on its coasts
Summons to attend Installation
Swans, ancient customs about

449
• • 517

• 105
. . 281

422

9
423
168
160
291

W.

$25

T.

508

.

WARMOND supplicates queen Elisabeth
Water, general nature of
Waters, strange Dature and effects of
We, meaning of among the codly
Wesel, Bovernor of, stops French ships
Whitehall, Charles II's Rerurn to
Wicklifi, Fuller's account of
Widdrington, Sir Thoinas, instals Crusell
Wilkins, Dr on his winged Chariot
Willibros, first bishop of Utrecht
Wiliis, on fixed salt
Wills, proving in the country

, on registering theni
Wing, Vincent, l.is Harmonicon Czleste
Witt, Dc, Remonstrance against
Women of Scotland, described
Woods, none Scotland
Worcester, Cha. Il marches to
Worship, different thoughts about

TAPROBANA. See Sumatra.
Tartars burn MOSCOW

333
Taylor, Martha, her, long Fasting, • 365, 385
Testament of Father Peters

132
Titles, &c. Act for

SS
Tornes, Lazarillo de, a Spanish priest

• 75
Traitors and tyrants, Cromwell an abstract of, 108
Travelling in Scotland, mode of
Treachery of Dutch at Chatham
Tredagh, stormed by Cromwell

240
Trevor, his Address to States of Holland

SOS
Tunbridge, on virtue of its water

446, 455
Tyrants. See Traitors.
Tyre, establishers of shipping

• 163

82, 83

524
377
27

538

504, 514

.

436

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