nonconformity, i. 36.
I'ozer, Henry, iii. 112.
Translation of the Bible, the first, i.
118 â various others noticed, 119â
126 â opposed by the bishops, 121,
122 â the authorized version, ii.
Transubstantiation refuted, iii. 209.
Trask, John, iii. 521.
leavers, Walter, ii. 314.
Treason, trial for, iii. 123.
Tryers appointed, i. 96 â Kennel's
reproach of them, iii. 196, n.
Tuck, Dr., his severe usage, iii.
Tumult, occasion of a curious one,
Tunstall, Bishop, recommended dis-
pensations and nonresidence, i.
247, 248â released from the Tow-
er, 249â a letter to him, ib. â his
character, 254, n.
2'urner, William, i. 128,
, Stephen, i. 305.
â- , Jerom, iii. 241.
Twisse, William, iii. 12.
Tyne-dale, the barbarity of its in-
habitants, i. 256.
Udal, John, ii.,1.
Udney, Mr., iii. 518.
Underdoion, Thomas, i. 264.
L'fiiformity, the act of, under Eliza-
beth, i. IS. â under King Charles,
100 â the niimber who fuffered by
it, ih. â Kennel's opinion of it,
Union of protestants attempted to
be promoted, iii. 370â373.
Usefulness of miuisters, remarkable
instances of, ii. 351,438; iii. 1,
79, 97, 166, 170,305, 331.
Usher, Archbishop, his alfection for
Travers the puritan, ii. 329 â his
tame submission to Laud, iii. 15, n.
Ux bridge, the treaty of, iii. 120 â
disputes there, 231.
Vane, Sir Henry, account of, iii.
Vaughan, Dr., an excellent pre-
late, ii. 212, 233, hâ a friend to
the persecuted puritans, 233.
Vaughan, Uon-el, iii. 532.
Venner's insurrection and execu-
tion, i. 99, n.
Vicars, John, iii. 143.
Vincent, John, iii. 521.
Vines, Richard, iii. 230.
Visitors of Oxford opposed, iii. 113,
Wainwright, Mr., iii. 530.
Wake, jirthxir, ii. 70.
Wake and Sleep, anecdote of, ii.
Walker, Dr., his stigma cast upon
a puritan, iii. 307.
Walker, George, iii. 140.
Waller's plot, some account of, iii.
Walsh, Mr., iii. 505.
Walsingham, Sir Francis, a friend
to the puritans, i. 444, n â his so-
licitation of Cartwright, ii. 148 â
at Lambeth conference, 316.
Walward, John, i. 314.
AVandsworth, presbytery formed at,
War, the civil, its commencement, i.
89^ â the occasion of it, iii, 3, 7J,404.
Warburton, Bishop, his absurd views
of persecution, ii. 281, n.
Ward, John, i. 305.
, Samuel, ii. 452.
, Nathaniel, iii. 182.
â â â Â», John, iii. .500.
Warham, John, ii. 376.
Warrant, a form of, to convene mi-
nisters, i. 264, n â to the keeper
of the Gatehouse, 426, n â for ap-
prehending H. Burton, iii. 44, n â
to the warden of tiie Fleet, 45, n
â for apprehending T. Caw ton,
321, n â to the keeper of New-
gate, 392, n.
JVarren, Thomas, iii. 522.
Warwick, Countess of, a friend to
a persecuted puritan, ii. 7, 9.
, Earl of, a friend to the
puritans, ii. 147 â his character
and death, ib. n.
, Earl of, his character, iii.
18, n â a friend to the puritans,
Watertown in New England found-
ed, ii. 494.
AVentvvorth, Sir Peter, his charac-
ter, ii. 193, n.
Whate'.ey, William, ii. 436.
Wheelwright, John, iii. 472.
Whitaker, William, ii. 72.
â , Jeremiah, iii. 190.
White, William, his cruel examina-
tion, i. 145, n.
While, Bishop, his stigma cast upon
tiie puritans, ii. 3G4.
While, John, iii. 88.
Whitehead, JJavid, i. 172.
Wliitemao, Edward, burnt at Lich-
field, i. 67.
Whilfield, Henry, iii. 373.
Whilgift, Archbishop, at first an
advocate for nonconformity, i.
26, n â the queen's charge to him,
and his three articles, 45 â his
prevarication, 50 â his magnifi-
cent train, 62, nâ his cruel threat-
ening, 267â a letter to him, 289â
petitions to him, 301 â his slan-
derous and foul language, 321,
S94 ; ii. 46, 142 â Hume's charac-
ter of him, i. 421, nâ his incon-
sistency, ii. 138, n, 145, nâ his
controversy with Cartwright, 144
Tâ Ballard's opinion of this con-
troversy, ib. n â his prohibition of
Cartwright, 149â his mistake cor-
rected, 163 â suppressed Bound's
book on (he sabbath, 173 â his de-
claration at Lambeth conference,
216â an enemy to the liberty of
the press, 328â his base charac-
ter of the ;ji5ritaiis,~Pref. xiii. xiv,
â â iiis cruel persecution of them,
i. 291, 300, 307, 312, 313, 357,
393, 394, 419, 420, 426, 444 ; ii.
21, 29, n, 39, 43, 46, 140, 142,
222, 224, 231 , 325, 367 , 379, 449 ;
Whiting, Samuel, iii. 472.
Whittingham, William, i. 229.
Wigginton, Giles, i. 418. .
Wight, Daniel, 1.-^7.
Wilcocks, Thomas,^\^l85. if
Wilkinson, Henry, iii, 59.
, John, iii. 101.
, iii. 516.
Will, a form of, i. 389.
Willet, Andrew, ii. 284.
Willet, Mrs., her great charity, ii.
Williams, Bishop, his barbarous sen-
tence, i. 82 â account of him, ii.
Williams, Roger, iii. 477.
Williamson, Nicholas, iii. 511.
Wilson, John, i. 339.
, Thomas, ii. 282.
, iii. 173.
â â , John, iii. 431.
Windsor in JVew England founded,
Withers, George, ii. 248.
Wolsey, Cardinal, account of, i.
Wood, Lever, i. 444.
Wood, Anthony, his false charges
refuted, iii. 258, 308.
Woodcock, Thomas, committed to
Newgate, ii. 185, n.
Woodcock, Francis, iii. 109.
Workman, John, ii. 434.
, Giles, iii. 255.
Wotton, Lord, a friend to the pu-
ritans, ii. 282.
Wotton, Anthony, ii. 346.
Wrathband, William, ii. 470.
Wren, Bishop, account of, ii. 410,
n â his severe persecution of the
puritans, i. 80, 81 ; ii. 397,412;
iii. 18, 19,264,522â524.
Wright, Robert, i. 239.
Wright, Catharine, dispossessed, ii.
Wroth, Sir Robert, a friend to the
puritans, ii. 232.
Wroih, Mr., ii. 468.
Wyburn, Percival, ii. 169.
Wyke, Andrew, iii. 112.
Yates, John, iii. 517.
Young, Patrick, iii. 145.
, Thomas, iii. 255.
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