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Index.
  • Boulanger, Christianisme dévoié 15.
  • Boyse, his sermon burnt by the hangman, 166.
  • Brecknock (Timothy), 181.
  • Buchanan (David), 101.
  • Buchanan (George), 58, 123.
  • Burton, the divine, 81–92.
  • Bury (Rev. Arthur), 141–43.
  • Busenbaum (the Jesuit), 17.
 
  • Calamy (Dr.), 131.
  • Carr (William), 171.
  • Cellier (Elizabeth), 134.
  • Charles I's Book-fires, 69–93.
  • Clarkson (Laurence), 114.
  • Claude, his Plaintes des Protestants, 134.
  • Clendon (John), 159.
  • Coke (Sir Edward), 57.
  • Constitutional Queries (1750), 175.
  • Coppe (Ebiezer), 114.
  • Coverdale (Bishop), 29.
  • Coward (Dr.), 147, 148.
  • Cowell (Dr.), 28, 54–59.
  • Crisis, the Present (1775), 182, 186.
  • Cumberland (Duke of), of Culloden, compared with Richard III., 175.
  • Cutwode, his Caltha Pœtarum, 41.
 
  • Davies (Sir John), 41, 44.
  • Declaration of James III., 174.
  • Defoe (Daniel), 152–4.
  • Delaune, his Plea for the Nonconformists, 130–34.
  • Dering (Sir Edward), 98.
  • Derodon, Professor at Nismes, 12.
  • Deslandes, 17.
  • Despériers, 7.
  • Digby (Lord), 99.
  • Dolet, 8.
  • Doleman's Conference, 37.