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nions on Paffive Obedience,
526 528.



Index.



855



RxiiTell, William, Earl of Orford,

456.

Rye Houfe Plot, 200.
Ryves, jun., 41.

SACRAMENTS, negleft of, 385.
See Baptifm and Lord's Supper.

St. Bartholomew, Maffacre of,
exulted in and fanftioned by the
Pope, 317; commemorated by
Papal medals, 318.

Saints, invocation of, imputed to,
but repudiated by, Ken, 108,
109 ; his real belief on the fub-
jeft, no, in.

communion of, how defined

by Ken, 146, 147, 752.

Saludadores, Spanifh Jugglers, 99.

Sancroft, Dr. William, Archbifhop
of Canterbuiy, attends death-
bed of Charles II., 236, 243;
urges James to return to the
Church, 248 ; crowns him, 262 ;
on catechizing, 302 ; frames
Articles for regulation of Ordi-
nations, 314; refufes to aft on
the High Commiflion, 348 ; dif-
pleafed with Ken for the alleged
lofs of an original paper, 382 ;
hiscondufton the king's iffuing
the Declaration for liberty of
Confcience, 406 ; his reafons for
not publifhing it, 407 ; confults
the Bimops, 408 ; draws up and
figns petition againft it, 409
41 1 ; fummoned before the
Council, 420 ; committed to the
Tower, 422, 42 5 j releafed on
bail, 431 433 ; tried, 436;
acquitted, 439 ; portraits and
medals of him, 443, 444; tri-
umphant return to Lambeth,
441 ; iflues articles of inftruftion
to the Bimops, 447 450 ; pre-
fents a paper of advice to James,
465; 466,467 ; prepares a pub-
lic form of prayer, 469 ; refufes
to join in a Declaration of ab-
horrence of the defigns of Prince
of Orange, 470 ; addrefles the
King to fummon a Parliament,
472 ; prefides at the meeting or'
lords in Guildhall, 479, 487;



convenes the Bimops, 488 ;
writes to Prince of Orange, 489 j
his conduft at this crins, 493,
496, 497, 501 ; refufes the new
Oaths, 509 ; his conduct on the
confecration of Burnet, 517; his
miftruft of Sherlock, 551 ; fuf-
fered to remain at Lambeth,
557; vindicates himfelf againft
a libel, 563 569; his corre-
fpondence on the deprivals, and
his own withdrawal from Lam-
beth, 579 591 ; his remark on
Ken's impending deprival, 600 ;
and on his retiring from his dio-
cefe, 609 ; his mare in the non-
juring fchifm, 636 ; gives a
Metropolitical commimon to
Bifhop Lloyd, 640; die* r 654.,
680; how regarded by Framp-
ton, 758, 761 ; his friendmip
for Bifhop Lloyd, 590, 770.
See Letters, paffim.

Sanderfon, Bimop, 26, 47, 65, 88,
119.

Sandys, Edwin, Archdeacon of
Wells, 610, 627, 712.

Santa Clara, Francis de, (Daven-
port, a Francifcan Friar) his
aflertion of a miraculous cure,
99.

Savile, Sir Henry, 12.

Sawyer, Sir Robert, recommended
by Lord Clarendon to the Bi-
mops as their beft advifer, 419,
420 ; refufes a fee of twenty
guineas, 442.

Scott, Sir Walter, on the conduft
of the divines at Monmouth's
execution, 294 ; on Sir W.
Trumbull, 680 ; on Dryden's
Good Par fan, 689.

Sedgemoor, battle of, 281.

" Seraphicus," a title applied to
Ken, 116, 509, 805.

Service, Daily, 60, 61; lines by
Horace Smith on, 62; 85; re-
commended, 354 ; neglefted,
385.

Shaftefbury, Anthony Afhley
Cooper, Earl of, 196, 763.

Sharrock, Robert, Archdeacon,
fome notice of, 72.



856



Index.



Sheldon, Dr. Gilbert, Archbifhop
of Canterbury, alluded to, 26,
65, 69, 88 ; his patronage of
Hooper, 91 ; his friendship with
Lord Falkland, 216; feaft at
his tranflation to Canterbury,
232.

Sheres, Mr., engineer, 199.

Sherlock, Dr. Richard, brief notice
of, 26.

- Dr. William, Dean of
St. Paul's, 408, 509 ; his con-
duit at the Revolution, 543

55i 5 581, 5 8 *-

Shovel (Sir Cloudefley ?), 208.
Shrewsbury, Earl of, 432, 456.
Sidney, Algernon, his connexion

with the Rye Houfe Plot, 270.
Henry, Earl of Romney,

Envoy at the Hague, 162 164,

169, 173176.

Sir Philip, 164, 590.

Silvius, Sir Gabriel, and Lady,

157, 164.
Singer, Mr. Walter, a noncon-

formift, character of, 628.
Sixtus IV., Pope, his jubilee of

1475, 138.
Skelton, 163.
Sleep, inftances of temperance in,

94. 95-

Smith, Horace, his lines on the
difcontinuance of the Daily Ser-
vice, 62.

- Dr. Thomas, Bifhop of
Carlifle, 416, 417.

Dr. Thomas, the Non-juror,

relieved by Lord Weymouth,
619,620; by Ken, 662 ; 692;
his account of the MifTes Ke-
meys of Nairn, 750.

" Society, The Royal," origin of,

34-

South, Dr. Robert, alluded to,
100, 551.

Sparrow, Dr. Anthony, Bifhop of
Exeter, and afterwards of Nor-
wich, 248.

Spinckes, Rev. Nathaniel, a Non-
juror, 672, 726, 779.

Spirits, Ken's belief in the exift-
ence of, 200 204.

Sprat, Dr. Thomas, Bifhop of



Rochefter, one of Ken's confe-
crators, 227 ; his early opinions
and fervility, 416 ; alluded to,
469, 499.

Stillingfleet, Dr. Edward, after-
wards Bifhop of Worcefter, 390,
408.

Storm, Great, of 1703, 706 ; pub-
lic raft and prayer thereon, 708.

Strafford, Earl of, 69, 88.

Sunderland, Earl of, 412, 440,
446, 462, 464.

Symonds, John, brother-in-law of
Bimop Ken, 4.

Jane, half-fifter of Bifhop

Ken, 4.

TALBOT, Dr. William, Bifhop of
Durham, (erroneous) report of
his preferment to the deanery of
Sarum, 583.

Tallis, Thomas, the mufician,
118 120. See Appendix A.

Tangier, defcription of, 190; its
diflblutenefs and unhealthinefs,
191, 192; the fortifications de-
ftroyed and abandoned, 209.

Taylor, Dr. Jeremy, Bifhop of
Down and Connor, alluded to,
94, 100, 117, 310, 616, 74.3,

744-

- Mr., of the Treafury, his
regard for Ken, 734, 735.

a non-juring Bifhop, 779.



Tenilbn, Dr. Thomas, Archbifhop
of Canterbury, attends Mon-
mouth in prifon and on the
fcaffold, 288, 289, 294, 296 ;
tranflates M. Claude's book,
328 ; mentioned, 360; attends
a meeting at Lambeth refpefting
the King's Declaration, 408 ;
583; his funeral fermon on
Mary II., 655, 656 ; animad-
verted on by a pamphleteer, 657
659 ; his Form of Prayer
after the Great Storm, 708.

" Terrae Filius," at Oxford, 37,
38.

Teviot, Earl of, Governor
Tangier, 192,

Thomas, Rev. Samuel, a Non-
juror, 831



of



Index.



857



Thomas, Dr. William, Bimop of
Worcefter, approves the Petition
of the Seven Bimops, 416 ; his
firmnefs in refifting the Decla-
ration of Indulgence, 519 j his
death and character, 520, 521.

Thynne, Hon. Henry, fon of Lord
Weymouth, 629, 799.

Hon. Mrs. Henry, 627,

799, 800, 802.

Thomas. See Wey-



mouth.

Tillotfon, Dr. John, Archbimop
of Canterbury, his well-known
reply to Beveridge, 326 ; attends
the confultation at Lambeth on
the King's Declaration," 4.08 ;
his opinions on Paflive Obedi-
ence, 527, 528 ; 582, 584586 ;
633 ; on Non-jurors' attendance
at public worihip, 649 ; dies, 654.

Timprell, Francis, mufician, 120.

Touching for the King's Evil, by
the Duke of Monmouth, 280 ;
brief hiftory of the ceremony,
373 3775 praftifed by Charles
II., 374; by James II., 377,
378.

Treby, Sir George, Attorney-
General, 679.

Trelawney, Sir Jonathan, Bart.,
Bimop of Briftol, and afterwards
of Winchefter, his care of Win-
chefter School, 9 ; oppofes the
Romanifts in their defigns, 358,
359 ; his account of the popular
reeling at Briftol, 363 ; alluded
to as one of the Seven Bimops,
408, 411, 413; his efforts to
prevent the reading of the De-
claration, 451, 452 ; 499 , 582 ;
646 ; his difpute with Bifhop
Hooper, 729.

Colonel, his brutality,

616.

Trevor, Sir John, 579, 580.

Trial of the Seven Bimops, 433,
436 ; portraits and medals of
them, 438, 443, 444 ; their ac-
quittal, 439; rejoicings thereon,
440 445 ; the expenfes, and
the proportion borne by each
Bimop, 442.



Triers, the Parliamentary, 25.

Trumbull, Rev. Dr. Charles, a
Non-juror, 680.

Dr., afterwards Sir

William, goes as Judge Advo-
cate to Tangier, 199, 200, 205,
206; his humanity to the French
Proteftants, 328 ; his character
and fome account of him, 679,
680.

Tully, Mr., 417.

Turner, Dr. Francis, Bimop of
Ely, his friendfhip with Ken at
Winchefter, 10, 14, 537 5 re-
moved to New College, 13 ; his
merits as a preacher, 12; al-
luded to, 34 ; chamber-fellow
with Ken, 40 ; his houfe at
Weftminfter, 177; 218; Bur-
net's miftake concerning him,
225 ; one of Ken's confecrators,
227 ; his donation to Winchefter
College, 233; attends Charles
II. on his death-bed, 236, 240,
241 ; preaches the Sermon at
Coronation of James, 263 ; a
5th November Sermon, 573 j
attends Monmouth in prifon and
at execution, 288 294; con-
curs in articles for the regulation
of Ordinations, 314; his views
of the Court of High Commif-
fion, 348, 349 ; has Ken for his
gueft, 361 ; his averfion to the
Declaration of Indulgence, 364;
joins in deliberations refpefting
it, 408 ; figns the Petition againlt
it, 411, 412 ; aftive in oppofing
its being read, 417, 419; com-
mitted to the Tower, 422 ; re-
grets not having given the re-
cognizances required by James,
423 ; his fidelity to his brethren,
43 5 ; his conduft on the flight
of James, 491493, 498, 499 ;
59> 5 6 7, 5 6 957i; engages
in a treafonable plot, 572, 573 ;
abfconds, 574 577 ; 581 ; abets
the non-juring ichifm, 636 j
figns a Paftoral letter in behalf of
the diftrefled non-juring Clergy,
673 ; proceedings againft him
thereon, 674, 679; 684; his



858



Index.



death, 691 ; his mufical daugh-
ter, 765, 766; his portrait, 577.
Dr. Thomas, Prefident of



Corpus Chrifti College, and bro-
ther of the Bifhop, 112.
Tyrconnell, Richard Talbot, Earl
of, 34.5 ; his government of Ire-
land, 389, 390,446.

VERNON, Sir Thomas, 75, 213.
See Ken Pedigree, in Appen-
dix B, 828, 829.

Vivian, Daniel, Fellow of New
College, takes the Parliamentary
Oaths, but is foon expelled,
3, 3i-

WAGSTAFFE, Thomas, Non-juror,
confecrated Suffragan Bifhop of
Ipfwich, 642, 679, 692, 698,
701, 771, 772, 779.

Wake, Dr. William, Archbifhop
of Canterbury, 302, 360.

Walker, Rev. Robert, " The
Wonderful," his Sunday hofpi-
tality, 333.

Wall, Dr., of Chrift Church, 90.

Walters, Lucy, 268.

Walton, Anne. See Ken.

- Izaak, his " Complete
Angler," and other works cha-
racterized, 3, 212; married to
Anne Ken, 4 ; his friendfhip
with Bifhop Morley, 55, 65, 66,
89, 213 ; his death and epitaph,
212 ; his will, 213.

-the younger, makes



the tour of Italy with Ken, 131;

mentioned in his father's will,

2 1 3 ; reftor of Poulfnot, 474,

604, 605, 627, 683, 696, 706;

remembered in Ken's will, 791,

792.
Ward, Dr. Seth, Bifhop of Salif-

bury, one of the Oxford Vir-

tuofi, 32 ; figns a copy of the

Petition of the Seven Bifhops,

416.
Warton, Dr. Jofeph, anecdote of,

122.
Warwick, Mary, Countefs of, her

character, 70 ; her notices of

Ken's Sermons, 71, 72.



Watch and clock of Bifhop Ken,

687, 740.
Watts, Dr. Ifaac, his hymns, 117;

631.
Wells, epifcopal palace there, de-

fcribed, 251, 252; number of

rebels executed and tranfported

at, 298.
Wentworth, Henrietta, Baronefs,

her connexion with Monmouth,

277, 288, 291.
Wefley, Rev. John, his hymns

characterized by A. Knox, 117 ;

his collection of tunes for hymns,

121.

Samuel, 116.

Weymouth, Thomas Thynne,
Vifcount, his early friendfhip
with Ken, 35, 98 ; fhelters and
befriends Ken, when deprived,
615, 617; his character, 615
623 ; 628 ; protefts againft the
Bill for abjuring the Prince of
Wales, 695 ; makes intereft for
reftoring Ken to his lee, 700 ;
receives a bequeft of books from
Ken, 791 ; places a memorial
over the grave of Ken, 804 ; has
a non-juring chaplain, 832 ;
contributes to the ranfom of an
Englifh captain from flavery,
804.

Whifton, Rev. William, his ac-
count of the collection in his
father's parifh for the French
Refugees, 327 $ re-purchales a
portion of the tithes of Kiffing-
land, 619 ; receives a gift of
ioo/. from George I., 735.

White, Dr. Thomas, Bifhop of
Peterborough, one of the Seven
Bifhops, 411; 499, 509, 567,
571, 579> 5 8 > 5 8 5> 6 36, 673;
his death and character, 683,
684; rings in memory of, 765 ;
without an epitaph, 769.

Whitfield, Rev. George, adopts
portions of Ken's writings in a
work of his own, 106, 107.

Whiting, Abbot of Glaftonbury,
252.

Whytehead, Rev. S., tranflates a
portion of the Evening Hymn



Index.



859



into the Maori language, 1 14,
115.

Wilberforce, Robert, Archdeacon
of the Eaft Riding, anecdote
contributed by, 734.

William III. (Prince of Orange,
afterwards King), his early life,
i5z 156; his treatment of his
wife's chaplains, 159; his want
of reverence, 160, 161 j refents
Ken's conduct in the Zuleftein
marriage, 165, 166 ; his zeal
for the Proteftant religion, 173 ;
honourable conduft towards
Monmouth, 274 ; and towards
James, ib. ; his meafures for the
relief of the French Refugees,
330$ his defigns upon England,
454 457 ; his declaration, 471 ;
his landing, ib. ; his thoughts of
returning, 472 ; enters London,
481 483; declared King, 499
505; his magnanimity to the
non-juring Bifhops, 514, 556,
557, 5 6 95 57, 57* j his death
and character, 693.

Williams, Dr. D., warden of New
College, his collection of Ken's
Letters, 114 j and of others,
423.

Dr. John, Archbifhop

of York, his temperance in fleep,
94.

Willis, Dr. Thomas, the Liturgy
continued at his houfe during
the Ufurpation, 41.

Wilfon, John, ProfefTor of mufic,

4345-

Dr. Thomas, Bifhop of

Sodor and Man, his life of Dr.
R. Sherlock, 26 ; on the Daily
Service, 6 1 ; his opinion of plu-
ralities, and fome notice of him,
7 6 > 77, 5953 on catechizing,
302 ; 619.

Winchefter, city of, a favourite
refidence of Charles II., 125,
186, 187.

College, founded and

regulated by William of Wyke-
ham, 7, 8 ; its fcholars relieved
from certain hardmips, 9.



Windows, painted, defaced, and

broken, 19, 20.
Women, examples of fan&ity in

all ages, 1 80 ; perfonal beauty

and fpiritual grace in them, con-

trafted, 181.
Wood, Anthony a, his works

quoted, pajfim ; his love of mufic,

43, 44-

Woodhay, Eaft, in Hampfhire,
one of Ken's preferments, 72

75, *, 84-

Wordfworth, Dr. ChrSftopher,
Bifhop of St. Andrew's, alludes
in one of his Winchefter Ser-
mons to Ken, 14, 15 ; translates
Ken's Hymns into Latin verfe,
114.

Wotton, Sir Henry, 214.

Wren, Sir Chriftopher, 32, 186,
621.

Wroth, Jane, daughter of Sir
Henry, maid of honour to Mary
of Orange, 157, 163 j married
to M. Zuleftein, 165, 177.

Wykeham William of, Bifhop of
Winchefter, his collegiate en-
dowments and good works, 6,
7,8.

Wynn, Dr., Bifhop of Bath and
Wells, 832.

YARBO ROUGH, Lady (Yarburgh,

fifter of Margaret Godolphin ?),

719.
Young, Edward, Dean of Salif-

bury, preaches at Ken's Confe-

cratioh, 228.

- author of the " Night

Thoughts," 228.

ZANCHY, Hierome, the Oxford
proftor, defcription of, 21, 22.

Zuleftein, Count, a relative and
favourite of William of Orange,
157 j his betrayal, and mar-
riage, of Jane Wroth, 164,
165; created Earl of Rochford,
165.

Madame. See Wroth,

Jane.



86o



Index.



LETTERS.



Writers.

Bifhop Trelawney .

Sarah Cante ....

William Buckeridge . .

Bifhop Ken to Bifhop Compton
Sancroft .

Compton

Lord Arlington to Ken .

Bifhop Turner to Sancroft




Lloyd, Bifhop of Norwich, to
Sancroft ....

Trelawney to Sancroft

'

Turner to (unknown)
Ken to Sancroft



Anon, to Sancroft .

Turner to Dr. Gower
Ri. Parr to Sancroft
Anon. . .

Lloyd .

Sir Geo. Mackenzie ,

Anon, to Anon.
Ken to Sancroft
Bimop Mews to Sancroft
Father Con to Provincial of
Jefuits ....

Ken to Sancroft
Turner to Sancroft
Bifhop Thomas to Anon.
Bimop Burnet to Ken
Ken to Burnet . . .
Turner to Sancroft .
Bifhop Frampton to Sancroft .
Dodwell to Ken
Lloyd to Sancroft . . .

Rev. J. Shephard to Anon.
Lloyd to Sancroft .



SubjeSs. Page

Winchefter School . . 9

Cure of child after baptifm . 97
Tranflation of Ken's Manual of

Prayers into Greek . 111,112
Dutch Clergy . . 167, 168

Col. Fitzpatrick's converfion . 169
Same ... . 170, 174, 175
Whitehall Sermon . . .179
Morley's death . . .218
Charles II.'s laft illnefs . .236
Court of High Commiffion . 349
Machinations of Papifts . 3 5 1



Same .....
Addreffes to James II.
Same .....
James II. touching for the Evil

at Bath ....
Diocefan affairs
The lofs of a paper
Decay of religion in diocefe of

Exeter ....

Againft reading the Declaration
Trial of Seven Bifhops
Same .....
Acquittal ....
Same .....
Sancroft's Articles . . .
Dutch Invafion . . .
Interview with James II.



358
363

364

380
38!
382

384

4i7
4-35
436

445
ib.
450

474
476



Flight of James . . .483

Same ..... 488

Same . . . . -491

Declaration of Indulgence . 519

The New Oaths

Same ....

Same ....

Same ....

Same ....

Petitions on behalf of n

juring Bifhops
Same ....
Riots in London



529

530
536

538
540

554
555
562



Index.



861



Writers.


Subjetts. Page


Turner to Sancroft .


Declaration of the non-juring




Bifliops . . . -563


Ken .'


Same ..... 564


Lloyd ...


Lord Prefton's plot . . .574


Turner ...


Same ..... 575


Sancroft to Lloyd .


Same ..... 576


Lloyd to Sancroft .


Deprivation of the Bifhops . 579


Sancroft to Lloyd .


Same ..... 580


Lloyd to Sancroft .


Same . . . . .581


Sancroft to Lloyd .


Same . . . 582, 584, 585


> t


Their friendship . . 590, 770


Wm. Lowth to Bp. Beveridge


Ken's Bifhopric . . . 596


Anon, to Anon.


Same ..... 598


Ken to Lloyd


Same ..... 605


Sancroft to Lloyd . :


Nonjuring diflenfions . .638


Lloyd to Sancroft


Same ..... 639


Sancroft to Lloyd


Same . . . . ib.


Ken to Rev. Mr. Harbin


Oaths of Abjuration . . 68z


Dean Hickes


Propofal to clofe the Schifm . 692


Frampton to Lloyd .


General ..... 696


Lloyd to Ken


Non-juring caufe . . . 697


Ken to Lloyd ....


Same .... 698, 699


V


Charafter of Bifhop Hooper, &c.




703, 704, 735


, ,, . . .


Great Storm of 1703 . 706, 707


, Hooper .


Hooper's promotion to See of




Bath and Wells . . .712


, Lloyd


Same . . . 713, 715, 716


, Hooper


Same . . . . .714


, Lloyd ...


Non-juring Diflenfions . .718


Lloyd to Ken


Same . . . . .719


Ken to Lloyd


Same ..... 720


Anon, to Anon.


Same ..... 722


Ken to Lloyd


Same . . .7*3. 7*4. 7*7


Hooper


Penfion from Queen Anne . 730


Lloyd


Vifit to Frampton . . .732


Frampton to Lloyd .


On the Promotion of the former



Sancroft to Lloyd .

Frampton to Lloyd .
Dodwell to Robert Nelfon

Anon. .
Rev. F. Brokefby to Anon.
Nelfon to Anon.



to the Epifcopate . -755

His deprivation . . 760, 762
Frampton's contentment and

refignation . . . .764
Same .... 765, 767
Ken's cefllon of his Canonical

rights 773

Same ..... 774
Same ..... 775
Same ..... 776



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