The Lord Protector: Religion and Politics in the Life of Oliver Cromwell

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INDEX
NOTE: Names appearing only in the footnotes have in general not been included in this Index. Authorities quoted are listed in the Select Bibliography.
Abingdon, 95
Adwalton Moor, 59
Agreement of the People, 137, 143, 154, 181, 182, 186, 197, 256--7, 277
Alablaster, Doctor, 24, 40
Algiers, 348
Allen, William, 115, 128, 129, 144-5, 269; Adjutant-General, 315
Alnwick, 170
Alured, Colonel, 239, 313, 323
America, 54, 72, 346
Anabaptists, 64-5, 160, 291, 333
Andover, 200 Anhalt, Prince of, 336
Apocalyptic, 27, 141, 333; see also Eschatology
Apologeticall Narration, 54, 62, 223
Apsley, Sir Allen, 124, 126
Argyle, Marquis of, 170--1, 173- 4, 403
Armada, 17, 19, 43, 337, 347
Ascham, 237, 286
Ashburnham, John, 131, 151-3, 160
Ash(e), Simeon, 74, 79, 80, 176; Ashe, John, 358
Aston, Sir Arthur, 209
Aylesbury, 96
Ayscough, 201, 258
Baillie, Rev. Robert, 66, 73, 74, 79, 82, 84, 85, 88--91, 97-100, 104, 170, 220, 230, 235, 236; Lt.-Gen. William, 78, 168
Balfour, 86-7
Baltic, 286
Bampfield, Thomas, 352
Bampton Bush, 95
Banbury, 200, 244
Baptists, 255, 292, 331
Barbados, 237, 338, 347
Barnstaple, 124
Barrington family, 20; Sir Thomas, 64, 68
Basing House, 87, 102, 103, 207
Bates, Doctor, 238
Bath, 101
Baxter, Richard, 20, 39, 52, 66, 67, 132, 207, 222, 382, 385, 388
Beard, Doctor Thomas, 21, 24-9, 33, 38, 40-1
Bedford, 101; Earl of, 47
Bellièvre, 109, 110, 117, 125
Berkeley, Sir John, 124-6, 129, 131-2, 134, 151-3, 158-60
Bernardi, Francesco, 348
Berry, Major-General, 64, 67, 314, 317
Berwick, 164, 170-1, 225, 227
Bible, 39, 45, 148, 149, 168-9, 221-2, 231, 274, 279, 300, 302, 386, 397-9; Authorized Version, 27-8, 169, 399; Genevan Bible, 27, 28, 169, 399; Souldiets Pocket Bible, 60-2
Biddle, John, 330
Bishops' Wars, 39, 48-9

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