The history of England from the accession of James ii. (Vol.5 ed. by lady Trevelyan).

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Treachery of some of Williams Servants 52
69
State of the Part of Ireland which was subject to James
71
Arrival of a French Fleet at Limerick Saint Ruth
78
Retreat of the Irish Army
87
FallofGalway
94
Second Siege of Limerick
100
The Irish Troops required to make their Election between their
107
State of Ireland after the War
113
CHAPTER XVIII
119
Debates on the East India Trade
126
Debates on the Bill for regulating Trials in Cases of High
148
Plot formed by Marlborough against the Government of Wil
158
Marlboroughs Plot disclosed by the Jacobites
164
Fullers Plot
171
Close of tho Session Bill for ascertaining the Salaries of
180
Ministerial Changes in England
184
Breadalbane employed to negotiate with the Rebel Clans im
191
William goes to the Continent Death of Louvois
217
A Daughter born to James
224
The English and Dutch Fleets join Temper of the English
234
Rejoicings in England
241
CHAPTER XIX
256
The Emperor _
262
New Arrangements for the Government of the Spanish Nether
268
Lewis returns to Versailles
274
Conspiracy of Grandval
288
Earthquake at Port Royal
294
The ICings Speech Question of Privilege raised by the Lords
299
Bill for the Regulation of Trials in Cases of Treason
308
Ways and Means Land Tax
314
Origin of the National Debt
323
Parliamentary Reform
333
The Place Bill
344
State of Ireland _ 354
369
The King goes to Holland a Session of Parliament in Scot
376
Feeling of the Jacobites Compounders and Noncompounders
385
New Declaration put forth by James
393
Middletons Account of Versailles
399
Manoeuvres of Luxemburg
405
Miscarriage of the Smyrna Fleet
414
Writings and Artifices of the Jacobites
423
Return of William to England Military Successes of France
429
The Bank of England
501
New Titles bestowed
508
Naval Operations in the Mediterranean
516
Meeting of the Parliament Death of Tillotson
526
Effect of Marys Death on the Continent
539
Parliamentary Inquiries into the Corruption of the Public
547
Foley elected Speaker Inquiry into the Accounts of the East
553
Impeachment of Leeds
559
Death of Mary 532
565
Jacobite Plots against Williams Person
568
War in the Netherlands Marshal Villeroy
583
Siege of Namur
590
Surrender of the Castle of Namur
598
Return of William to England Dissolution of the Parliament
609
The Elections 616
616
Alarming State of the Currency
625
Meeting of the Parliament Loyalty of the House of Commons
639
Passing of the Act regulating Trials in Cases of High Treason
645
Two Jacobite Plots formed
650
Failure of Berwicks Plot
659
Parliamentary Proceedings touching the Assassination Plot
669
Trial of Friend
678
The Association
684
Act establishing a Land Bank
692
Financial Crisis
701
Distress of the People their Temper and Conduct
707
Search for Jacobite Conspirators in England Sir John Fen
713
Fenwicks Confession 717
721
Meeting of Parliament State of the Country Speech of Wil
727
Effects of Fenwicks Confession
734
Parliamentary Proceedings touching Fenwicks Confession
740
The Bill of Attainder carried up to the Lords
754
Proceedings against Monmouth
764
Fenwicks Execution Bill for the Regulating of Elections
771
Close of the Session Promotions and Appointments
777
A Session of Parliament at Edinburgh Act for the Settling
783
Congress of Ryswick
790
Terms of Peace between France and England settled
798
News of the Peace arrives in England
804
The Thanksgiving Day
815
Greenwich Hospital founded 537
821
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