I of high treason, p. 90-93. Of the diffimulation of
Cromwell. Proofs of it. Its reconcileab eness with en-
thusiasm, aud other principles held by him. Politicians
dijpense with the rules of morality. Reflections therein,
p. 94-106. Of the self-denying ordinarie - Reasons
in which it was founded - Cromwell's speech in its fa-.
vour - Whitlock's against it - Reflections thereon,
p. 107–119. Cromwell by various votes exempted
from the self-denying ordinance-Mistakes of Lord
Clarendon, p. 120-126. Of the ba't'e of Naseby-
Copies of original le ters relating to it--Fatal to Charles I.
p. 127-133. Rewards bestowed by the parliament on
Cromwell for lis services Complaints of ffices and
preferments being shared among members of Parliament-
Reflections thereon, p. 134-138.
Character of Fairfax-Ambition of Cromwell - Major
Huntington's account of his principles and practices
Vindicated by Milton, p. 139-155. The army, by
the instigation of Cromwell, grow mutinous—Refuse to
disband-Cause the parliament to erase out of their jour-
nals what was displeasing to them, p. 156–166.
Cornet Joyce seizes the King at Holmby–His Majesty
refuses to return back-Relies on his supposed interest in
the army. Miftakes of Clarendon and Perincheif,
Cromwell briaks off all thoughts of friendship with Charles
- Reafons of it-Reflections thereon, p. 171-180.
Cromwell def ats the Welch and Scots who appeared in
behalf of the King— His Majesty ty the army is seized at
Newport, and carried to Hurtt Caftle-The house of
commons purged--Petition of Colonel Pride's regiment to
Fairfax-Spirit of the English royalists--Cromwell
thanked hy the parliament, p. 181–190.
The reasons alledged for purging the house of commons by
Goodwin, Milton, and others. Reflections threon.
An apology for Cromwell, p. 191–203.
Cromwell has a principal hand in the death of Charles,
Proofs of it, p. 204-207.
The execution of Charles loudly exclaimed against, and
Cromwell reproached on the account of it. Reasons given
by his advocates in defence of the deed. The 30th of
January observed by the English merchants at Dantzick,