INDEX

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Abdiel, the faithful seraph, 5.
Abraham, his intercession for Sodom, 87; his denial of his wife, 156.
Adam and Eve, creation of, 154.
Agabus, 178.
Ahaz, refuses to ask a sign, 175; builds an altar after a heathen pattern, 176.
Alaric, 88.
Alexander, 53.
Alexandria, temple at, 15.
Alfred, King, 288.
Alphery, 289.
Ambrose, St., 24.
Andrews, 17.
Antichrist, Patristical Idea of, 44.
Antiochus, 53, 71.
Apocrypha, the, 203, 225.
Apollo Library, site of, 14.
Apostolical Succession, 113,
Arcesilas, 275.
Arianism, 41.
Aristotle, 275, 293, 376.
Asmoneans, the, 15.
Aspasia, 267.
Athanasian Creed, 145, 391.
Athanasius, St., 24.
Athenians, characteristics of the, 235.
Athens, 326.
Attila, 89.
Augustine, St., his letter to a Donatist bishop, 7, vid. also 13; quoted, 88;
    on the Apocrypha, 203; his well-known dictum, 366.
Augustus, 73.
Azariah, 159.

Babylon, fall of, 87.
Bacon, Lord; on Idola, 277; on the Ancient Philosophies, 298.
Bacon, Roger, 289.
Balaam, history of, 157, 179, 219, 221.
Baptism, 115. {400}
Basil, St., 24.
Belshazzar, 69.
Belzoni, 289.
Bentham, Jeremy, on Useful Knowledge, 262; no poetry in him, 263;
    his philosophy, 270.
Benthamism, 272.
Berkeley, Bishop, 275.
Berkshire, a retired parish in, 3-4.
Berœans, commendation of the, 244.
Bethesda, pool of, 221.
Bible, two attributes of the, 173.
Blandina, martyrdom of, 100.
Bolingbroke's Patriot King, 352.
Brougham, Lord, 255; a work wrongly ascribed to him, 256; his inaugural
    speech at Glasgow, 258.
Broughamism, 272.
Butler, Bishop, his Analogy of Religion characterized, 193; puts up a cross
    in his chapel at Bristol, ib.; 275, 391.
Burton, Dr., Antiquities of Rome, quoted, 87.

Cęsar, works of, 11; civilizes France, 380.
Caius, lost work of, 204, 207.
Calvin, his doctrine of Predestination, 143.
Calvinists, their pet texts, 185.
Canticles, Book of, 185, 210.
Catholicus, Letters of, to ”The Times,” 254; to the “Catholic Standard,” 306.
Charlemagne, his gifts to the Church, 25.
Charles the First, 22, 23.
Christianity, Primitive, 10; not cast in the rigid mould of Judaism, 12;
    not a violent revolution, 30.
Chrysostom, St., 13, 50.
Cicero's Offices, 194; on Philosophy, 264; his Treatise on Consolation, 265.
Clive, Lord, career of, 337.
Confirmation, 34.
Constantine, 33.
Cowper, 265.
Creed, necessity of a, 135.
Cyprian, against schismatics, 11; on Episcopal Ordination, 13, 204.
Cyril, St., on the One Holy Catholic Church, 8; quoted, 58, 102.

Daniel, captivity of, 33; his prophecy of Antichrist, 52; his explanation of
    the ten horns, 79; on the great persecution, 94; taught by the Chaldeans, 212.
Darius, 53.
David, 175; history of, differently viewed, 185.
Davy, 289.
Deioces, 313.
Democritus, 298.
Demosthenes, the elder, 329.
Difficulties in Scripture proof of doctrine, 109. {401}
Dionysius, St., of Alexandria, 208.
Dissenters, their unconscious imitations of the provisions of the old Catholic
    system, 37.
Donatists, the, 13.
Duval, 289.

Easter hymn, the, 38,
Ecce Homo, 363.
Ecclesiastes, Book of, 210.
Ehud, his assassination of Eglon, 178.
Elijah and Elisha, 166, 187.
Elisha, character and conduct of, 227.
England, the paradise of little men, and the purgatory of great ones, 343.
Eridanus, the, 376.
Esther, Book of, 209.
Eucharist, the, 118, 179.
Eusebius, 58, 204, 206.
Exeter Hall, depths of, 308.

Genesis, Book of, 155.
Genseric, 89.
Gerizim, temple at, 15.
Gibbon, on the Popes of the ninth and tenth centuries, 25; on the invasion
    of the Roman provinces by the barbarians, 83, 84; quoted, 89, 101;
    on the Divinity of Christ, 187.
Gog and Magog, 104.
Gregory, Pope, on the destruction of Rome, 86.
Guiberto, 25.
Guizot, M., quoted 321.
Gustavus Adolphus, 362.

Hagar, 22.
Hall, Bishop of Norwich, quoted, 20.
Haman, 111.
Hannibal, 329.
Herod, a Jewish courtier of, 14; and St. John Baptist, 177.
Hildebrand, Pope, 25, 33, 35.
Hippolytus, quoted, 67, 74, 207.
Holy Scripture in its relation to the Catholic Creed, 109.
Homer, created literature, 380.
Horsley, Bishop, on the times of Antichrist, 107.

Jacob, his wrestle with the angel, 179.
Jael and Sisera, 178.
Jehoash, reign of, 165, 175.
Jerome, St., on Daniel, quoted, 56; on St. Paul's Epistle to Philemon, 204.
Jewish Temple, the, 66.
Ignatius, St., Epistles of, 139; on the Eucharist, 208.
Irenęus, St., quoted, 67, 73, 207, 209.
Judas, manner of his death, 168. {402}
Julian, Emperor, 55, 57, 67, 71, 289.
Justification by Faith, 123.

Keble, John, on the Apostolical Succession, 16.
Ken, Bishop, 17, his will quoted, 105.
Knox, Alexander, his Letters and Remains quoted, 27.

La Place, 258, 267, 299.
Lateinos and the number 666,—73.
Latitude, doctrine of, 129.
Latitudinarianism, difficulties of, 126.
Laud, Archbishop, 17, 18.
Lazarus, the raising of, 165.
Leo, St., and Attila, 89.
Leslie, his Case of the Regale and Pontificate, quoted, 27.
Locke on the Human Understanding, 372.
London, 336.
Lorenzo de Medicis, 289.
Lushington, Dr., 255, 259.
Luther, on Justification by Faith, 124; his doctrine of Consubstantiation,
    143.

Macaulay, Lord, on the Constitution of England, 361.
Mahomet, 55, 58.
Mahometan power, approaching destruction of, 103.
Malachi, St., of Armagh, on the destruction of Rome, 86.
Malchus, 182.
Manasseh, reign of, 163.
Marcus Antoninus, 289.
Marozia, 25.
Matrimony, 34.
Maurice, F.D., on Eternal Punishment, 351.
Melito, on the Canonicity of the Book of Esther, 209.
Menenius Agrippa, fable of, 354.
Miltiades, 329.
Milton's Paradise Lost, quoted, 290.
Montorio, the, 33.
Mosaic law, the, divinity and beauty of, 14.
Moses, his attempts to avenge the Israelites, 32; his periods of fast in the
    Mount, 157; his striking the rock, 175, and smiting the Egyptian, ib.;
    his vision of God, 179; accused of borrowing his law from the
    Egyptians, 211.

Naaman, 221, 228.
Nazianzen, Gregory, on the Canonicity of the Book of Esther, 209.
Newton's hymns, 38.
Newton, Sir Isaac, 258, 380.

Oaths, lawfulness of, 122.
Œdipus, eons of, 334.
Orange Ribbon, the, 13. {403}
Ordination Service, the, 34.
Origen, on the Epistles of St. Paul, 204, 206; on Eternal Punishment, 238.
Original Sin, 123.
Orthodox Protestantism, 197.
Oxford, 23.

Palatine, the, 4.
Paley's Evidences, 367, 371.
Pantheism, the great deceit of the future, 233.
Paris, modern, the city of infidelity, 23.
Pascal, 258.
Peel, Sir Robert, his Address on the Establishment of the Tamworth
    Reading Room, 254.
Pepin, donations of, to the Church, 25, 33.
Pericles, his rebuke to Sophocles 194; on the Athenians, 328.
Philemon, St. Paul's Epistle to, 204.
Philoctetes, 308.
Plato, 299.
Polygamy, 122.
"Protestant," exception to the word, 31.
Prytaneum, the, 337.
Punishment of Death, 122.
Python, 218.

Rasselas and Imlac, 266.
Roman Empire, the, 49; fall of, 80.
Rome, city of, described, 2, 3; the city of Catholicism, 23.
Rousseau, on Socrates and Jesus, 366, 372.

Sabbath, the, 120.
Sancho Panza, 319.
Sancroft, Archbishop, 26.
Sarpi, Father Paul, his Letters quoted, 26.
Satan, 211.
Scott, Sir Walter, his Two Drovers, 334.
Scripture and the Creed, 109.
Seth, birth of, 156.
Shakespeare, quoted, 22.
Simon of Cyrene, 167.
Sisera, 33.
Sisterhoods, Religious, 40.
Socrates, 328, 366, 379, 380, 397.
Sophocles, 194.
Stewart, Dugald, 274.

Tamworth Reading Room, 254.
Taylor, Jeremy, his Prayers and Litanies, 39.
Tertullian, mentions Prayers for the Dead, 204.
Themistocles, 329.
Theodoret, on Daniel, quoted, 56.
Thessalonians, the, 44; epistles to, 207. {404}
Timothy, 161.
Trastevere, the, 33.
Trent, Council of, 28.
Trinity, not mentioned in Scripture, 123.
Turks, the, 104.

Urijah the priest and Ahaz, 176.
Uzziah, 159.

Walpole, Sir Robert, 352.
Waterloo Bridge, 336.
Watts, 38.
Wellington, Duke of, 307.
Wesley's hymns, 38.
Whately, Archbishop, on the Establishment, 361.
White, Henry Kirke, 289.
Whitney blankets, 347.

Xenophon, 329.
Xerxes, 53.

Zechariah, 212.
Zeno, 368.
Zuinglians, dilemma of, in regard to Baptism, 143.

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