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Te deum, Turk's account of, n

Thanksgiving by the rebels often when they
were defeated, a

Transmigration of the soul, doctrine of, * 196
Trigon, what, a

Tuscan running horse, whose jockey-rider is
all spurs, explained, *

Vane, Sir Henry, account of his principles, n 275
Uxbridge treaty, the occasion of its breaking
off, a

Waller, Sir William, account of his defeat at
Roundway-down, #

Wallingford House committee, #

Whittington, the story of, n

Widow, Indian, burnt with the dead body of
her husband, .

Witchcraft, belief of it prevails in India, a 182
Witches numbers that suffered,

method of detecting them, a


Lancashire, account of, R

Withers, the poet, account of,


Zoroaster, account of,


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