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Most Humble, most
: Obedient and most

Devoted Servant,
1. Dela Heuze.

Power on Sir Gilbert Gerrard about
a Black-Box, An Obječtion anse-
red.

p. 100

IX.
A Speech against the Bishops Voting in case

of Blood. Lord Coke's Opinion do
gainst it. An Aąt of Parliament Good, to

which their Consent is not had. Bishops

no Peers, though Lords of Parlia-

P. 107

X.

A Speech against the Pensioners in the Reign

of King Charles II. ; p. 115

XI.

A Speech for the sitting of Parliaments,

and against King Charles'the seconds
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XII.

A Speech in Parliament on the occasion of

jome Justices being put out of Commission

in the said Reign. p. 129.

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“XII.
A Speech for the Banishing the Pa-,

p. 133

XIV.
A Speech on the Corruption of the Judges.

Laws to prevent it. Some Instances
thereof, particularly, Sir George
Jeffreys when Judge of Che-

p. 138

fter,

XV.

Some Obfervations on the Prince of
. Orange's Declaration. On the Exit of

King Charles IĮ. and Entrance of the
late King., whose Administration beo :
coming Exorbitant, brought on the Pre-
sent Revolution. The Arbitrary Procee-
'ding of K. James, excellently set forth
by the Declaration, &c. In a Charge to
the Grand Jury.

P. 353
XVI. A

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