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Author: Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722.
Title: An answer to a book, intituled, The state of the Protestants in Ireland under the late King James government in which, their carriage towards him is justified, and the absolute necessity of their endeavouring to be free'd from his government, and of submitting to their present Majesties, is demonstrated.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An answer to a book, intituled, The state of the Protestants in Ireland under the late King James government in which, their carriage towards him is justified, and the absolute necessity of their endeavouring to be free'd from his government, and of submitting to their present Majesties, is demonstrated.
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722.

London: [s.n.], 1692.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Attributed to Charles Leslie. cf. NUC pre-1956.
Errata: p. [22]
Appendix: p. 1-77 following text.
Table of contents: p. [2]-[7] at end.
Subject terms:
King, William, -- 1650-1729. -- State of the Protestants in Ireland.
James -- II, -- King of England, -- 1633-1701.
Protestants -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800.
Ireland -- History -- James II, 1685-1688.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A47734.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
note
ERRATA.
AN ANSWER to a BOOK, Intituled, The State of the Protestants in Ireland under the late King James's Government, &c.
An Appendix.
Numb. 1.
King James's Speech to both Houses of Parliament in Ireland, Published by his Majesty's Order, May 10. 1689.
The Parliament of Ireland's Address to the King.
Numb. 2.
Dr. Gorge, Secretary to General Schomberg in Ireland, his Letter, dated April (or May) 1690. to Collonel James Ha∣milton, in London, to be communicated to the Lady Viscoun∣tess Ranelagh, the Lord Massereen, and others.
Numb. 3.
Mr. Osborne's Letter to my Lord Massereen.
Numb. 4.
By the Lords Justices of Ireland, a PROCLAMATION.
By the Lords Justices of Ireland, a PROCLAMATION.
By the Lords Justices of Ireland, a PROCLAMATION.
Numb. 5.
By the Lord Deputy and Council, A PROCLAMATION.
Numb. 6.
The Declaration of William and Mary, King and Queen of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland. To all the Peo∣ple of this our Kingdom of Ireland, whom it may concern.
A PROCLAMATION by the King and Queens most Excellent Majesties.
Numb. 7.
Queries proposed by the Grand Jury of the City of Dublin to the Judges, and resolved by them, Novemb. 21. 1690.
Numb. 8.
Two Speeches by the Bishop of Meath; one to King James, when the Clergy waited on his Majesty at Dublin Castle, in March 168•• the other to K. William, at his Camp nigh Dublin, July 7. 1690.
The Speech to King James.
His Majesty's ANSWER.
The SPEECH to King William.
His ANSWER.
Numb. 9.
To the King's most Excellent Majesty, the Humble Address of your Loyal and Obedient Subjects, the Inhabitants of Wap∣ping, Shadwel, Ratcliff, and Lime-House, and others there∣in concerned.
Numb. 10.
Sir Peter Pett's Speech to his Majesty at Whitehall on the 25th of May 1688. after the most Honourable the Lord Marquis of Powis had read the Address of the Inhabitants of Wap∣ping, Shadwel, Ratcliff, Lime-House, &c. Together with His Sacred Majesty's most Gracious Expressions thereupon re∣lating to the Seamen.
His Majesty was then Graciously pleased to say,
Numb. 11.
An Abstract of Mr. Pepy's Memoirs of the Royal Navy.
Numb. 12.
A LIST of SHIPS, That have been Lost or Damaged since the Year 1688.
Numb. 13.
The Oath of Allegiance given to the Protestants in Cork, Lime∣rick, and some other Garrisons, by the Officers, when King James drew out the Soldiers from these Garrisons into the Field.
Numb. 14.
A Letter written to my Lord Russel in Newgate, July 20. 1683.
Numb. 15.
The Earl of Sunderland's LETTER to a Friend in London. Plainly discovering the Designs of the Romish Party, and others, for the subverting of the Protestant Religion, and the Laws of the Kingdom.
Numb. 16.
To the Right Honourable the Lords, and to the Gentlemen convened at Westminster.
A true Copy of Part of that Paper which Mr. Ashton left in a Friend's Hands: Together with the Letter in which he sent it enclosed.
[This Paper, &c. came enclosed to me from Mr. Ashton, before his Execution, in the following Letter.]
note
Numb. 17.
Some Passages taken out of two Observators, published in August, 1682.
excerpt
excerpt
Numb. 18.
A Commission from the Prince of Orange, Feb. 5. 1688.
Numb. 19.
A Letter from a Gentleman in Scotland to his Friend at London, who desired a particular account of the Business of Glenco.
note
Numb. 20.
King James's Letter, May 3. 1686. for Reversing two Outlaw∣ries, with the Earl of Clarendon's Proceeding thereupon.
The Lord Lieutenant's Order to the Attorney and Sollicitor Gene∣ral, touching the Reversion of the Outlawries.
The Attourney and Sollicitor General, and the King's Counsel at Law, their Report touching the Outlawries.
The Extract of my Ld. Clarendon's Letter to the E. of Sunder∣land, July 6. 1686. of so much as relates to the Matter of the Outlawries.
Numb. 21.
King James his Speech to the Lord Mayor, &c. upon his quit∣ting of Dublin, soon after the Action at the Boyne, the 2d of July, 1690.
Numb. 22.
To the King's most Excellent Majesty, the humble Address of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Sheriffs of the City and Liberty of Dublin, in behalf of themselves, and others the Protestant Freemen and Inhabitants thereof.
Numb. 23.
His Majesty's Protection to the Inhabitants of Belfast, June 3. 1689.
note
Numb. 24.
The Lord Melfort's Letter to Mr. Pottinger, Sovereign of Belfast, July 9. 1689.
Numb. 25.
Coll. Hill's Letter to Mr. Pottinger, Sovereign of Belfast, May 1689.
Numb. 26.
To the Kings most Excellent Majesty, the humble Address of the Clergy of the Church of Ireland now in Ulster.
THE INDEX.