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LONDON: GEORGE BELL AND SONS, YORK STREET,
PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS,
STAMFORD STREET AND CHARING CROSS
A DEFENCE OF THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND: in Answer to
Salmasius's Defence of the King
THE SECOND DEFENCE OF THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND : against
an anonymous Libei, entitled “The Royal Blood crying to
Heaven for Vengeance on the English Parricides”
EIKONOKLASTES: in Answer to a Book entitled “Eikon
Basilikè, The Portraiture of His Sacred Majesty in his
Solitudes and Sufferings”
Lihap. I._Upon the King's calling this last Parliament
CHAP. II.-Upon the Earl of Strafford's Death
CHAP. III.—Upon his going to the House of Commons
CHAP. IV.–Upon the Insolency of the Tumults
CHAP. V.–Upon the Bill for Triennial Parliaments, and for set-
tling this, &c.
CHAP. VI._Upon his Retirement from Westminster.
CHAP. VII.-Upon the Queen's Departure
Chap. VIII.-Upon his Repulse at Hull, and the Fate of the
CHAP. IX.-Upon the listing and raising Armies, &c.
CRAP. X.-Upon their seizing the Magazines, Forts, &c.
Chap. XI.—Upon the Nineteen Propositions, &c.
CHAP. XII.-Upon the Rebellion in Ireland
Chap. XIII.- Upon the calling in of the Scots, and their
CHAP. XIV.–Upon the Covenant
Chap. XV.-Upon the many Jealousies, &c.
Chap. XVI.-Upon the Ordinance against the Common-Prayer
Chap. XVII.-Or' the Differences in point of Church-Govern-
CHAP. XVIII.-Upon the Uxbridge Treaty, &c.
CHAP. XIX.--Upon the Various Events of the War.
CHAP. XX.–Upon the Reformation of the Times
CHAP. XXI.-Upon his Letters taken and divulged .
CHAP. XXII.-Upon his going to the Scots
Chap. XXIII.–Upon the Scots delivering the King to the
Chap. XXIV.-Upon the Denying him the Attendance of his
CHAP. XXV.-Upon his Peniten tial editations and Vows at
CRAP. XXVI.--Upon the Army's Surprisal of the King at
Chap. XXVII.Entitled, To the Prince of Wales .
CHAP. XXVII.-Entitled, Meditations upon Death