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HIS GRACE GEORGE VILLIERS,
DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM.
HIS PLAYS AND MISCELLANIES IN PROSE AND VERSE, WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES,
AND MEMOIRS OF THE
IN TWO VOLUME S.
J. Collyer fenlp!
PRINTED FOR T. EVANS, IN THE STRAND.
A conference between the duke of Buckingham and
1. An effay upon reafon and religion. Addreffed to
II. To Mr. Clifford, on his human reason
III. To Sir Henry Thompfon. A perfuafive from
his ftanding against the lord treafurer's fon for
IV. To the lord mayor and aldermen of the city of
York. To perfuade them to chufe the lord trea-
V. To Sir Henry Thompfon, about buying a house
VI. To the fame. About an obliging order of the
VII. To the fame, a letter of recommendation
VIII. To the right honourable the earl of Arlington,
principal fecretary of state to his majefty. Written
by his grace, when he was ambassador at the court
The duke's fpeech in a conference between the two
2 The duke's fpeech in the house of commons, upon
occafion of fome queftions propofed by them to his
grace, together with his reply thereunto, &c. January
3 The duke's fpeech in the house of lords, 16th No-
vember 1675, for liberty of confcience
4 The duke's fpeech in the house of lords, to prove