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Trumpet, the seventh, sounding of, ii. 434 ;

importance of, 434-437; general view
of, iii. 277; developed in the seven
Vials, 281 ; noted as quickly following
after the passing away of the second

Woe, 283
Turks, executors of the second Woe, i.

468, 501; the Seljukians commissioned
from the Euphrates, 469, 470; Seleu-
cian local origin of, iii. 388 ; continued
in the Othmans, 473–478; numbered
by “ myriads," 479-481; Apocalyp-
tic colouring of their dress, 481, 482;
their artillery answering to the fire,
smoke, and sulphur, 483; the horsetail
standards of their Pashas, 485-488 ;
their Pashas'oppressive rule, 488, 489 ;
Constantinople taken by, after “ the
hour, day, month, and year,” i. 501

no longer a Woe, made evident
just before French Revolution, iii. 289;
rapid wasting of, begun 1820, a.D. (at
the ending of the 2300 year-days of
Dan. viii), 396–401; last war with
Russia, iii. 400

Contest with Pasha of Egypt, iv.
163

Vial 5, iii. 347—361; fail to produce re-
pentance, 347, 361-373

6, iii, 373
Victorinus, author of a Commentary on

the Apocalypse, i. 31, 37, 38; iii. 55;
iv. 303, &c.
Vigilantius, witness against errors of the

apostacy (5th century), i. 320; ii. 211
Vintage of the earth, iv. 80.
Virgin Mary, image and worship of, in
10th century, i. 460

immaculate conception of, ü.
24

undue exaltation of, resisted
by the Paulikians, ii. 305-309.

winking images, iii. 368, 369

undue veneration of, affected
by the Oxford Tractarians, iv. 49
Voice from heaven, “ Blessed are the

dead,” &c. iv. 73
Voice from the throne, iv, 11). See

Altar.
Voices of many waters, iii. 266

in heaven proclaim the kingdom
of Christ, iii. 283
Volcanic eruptions, before French Revo-
lution, iii. 294

eruption predicted to break up
the earth's crust, like that of Sodom,
iv. 228

fire, symbol of the Vandal, i.
354-356

eruption of, in Auvergne (A.D.
458), i. 354
Voltaire and the infidel philosophers, iïi.

293

U
“Unam Sanctam," the famous bull of

Boniface VIII., adopted by Pope Leo
X., ii. 85; iii. 158
United Brethren, Papal persecution of,

ii. 28, 394
Universal preaching of the Gospel, a

sign of the times, iv. 267
Union among Christians, to be sought,

iv. 292
Unity of the Church, early unscriptural

view of, iii. 137 ; Papal, ii, 84 ; scrip-
tural, iv. 216

V
Val Louise, extirpation of its Christian

inhabitants, ii. 29
Valentinian's decree in favour of Pope,

iii, 135
Vandals, conquests of the, under Gense-
ric, i. 349–358

a horn of the Beast, ii. 119, 122;
plucked up, 142
Van Mildert, Bishop, bis opinion, that

Popery is the great predicted Apos-

tacy, iii. 160
Venn, Rev. H. iii. 272
Vial, a frequent Scripture emblem, iii.

302
Vials, the seven, development of the 7th

Trumpet, iii. 281; signification of, 301 ;

W
Waldenses, the, epoch and origin of, ii.
3154347

remarks on, 302
Vial 1, iii. 301-326, 306 ; ulcer of (a

not unfrequent emblem) 324; spreads
over European kingdoms, 325

-2, iii. 327-332; fulfilled, 334
- 3, iji. 332 · 340; fulfilled, 334
4, iii, 340-346

existed before Peter
Valdensis, arguments from Peter's
name, 318; from Valdensic testimo-
nies, 321

hostile testimonies to their
antiquity, 323–326

their antiquity proved from
extant documents, 326--347

local site of, 337, 333

true witnesses for Christ, 347
-364

their doctrine, 350—356 ; mo-
rals, 356 ; and missionary zeal, 356 —
358

sackcloth dress, and symbolic
candlestick, 361, 362

their “ Noble Lesson," 350,
468

· Papal persecutions of, 21, 28,
377

among the 144,000 figured on
Mount Zion, iii. 258
Waldo, Peter, rather Valdensis, origin of
the name, ii. 316-321

perhaps the author of " The No
ble Lesson," ii. 340

Woe, the first (or Saracenie) origin of, i.
406—424 ; progress of, 424-429

chronology of, and limits to,
429–439; total termination of, 444

the second (or Turco-Moslem), oc-
casion of, i. 454–460; origin of, 468 ;
chronology of, 488—501

cessation of, ii. 431-
433 ; iii. 286
Woman, the faithful Church, travailing,

iii. 7, 10-12; brings forth manchild,
18; persecuted by Dragon, 30; flight
to, and sojourn in, wilderness, 33, 53

--57
Woman, the harlot Church, holding out

cup of her apostacy, iv. 93—95
Worship, object of, or gebaoua, iii. 82
“ Write ” and “ write not,” (Apoc. x)

meaning of, ii. 106, 107, 117
Writing within and without, i. 104 ; ii.
Wormwood, the star, iii. 333

4, 281

X
Xavier's missionary proceedings, charac-

ter of, iii. 437

84, 116

Walker, Rev. S. ji. 272
War, Papal, against Christ's witnesses
and people, ii. 19--22, 27,

29, 376—379
European, against the Turks, ii. 433
Watchfulness, peculiar duty of, at the

present time, iv. 65
Waters on which the Harlot sate, ii. 70
Waterworth, Rev. J. ii. 24
Watts, Dr. iii. 272
Wartburg Castle, Luther's Patmos, ii.

165, 166
Weeks, Daniel's seventy, iïi. 229, 230
Wesley, iii. 272, 433
Wheat, price of in St. John's time, and

at various epochs of Roman history, i.

164—166
Whitfield, iii. 272
White robes, of martyrs, i. 208–210, iii.

25, of neophytes, i. 229, 254 ; of
Christ's saints, 249 256

horse, i. 126, 129; iv. 112
Whitby's theory of Millennium refuted,

iv. 184-216
Wickliff, ii. 21 ; his probable connexion

with the Waldenses, ii. 381
Wilberforce, iii. 430-440
Wilfrid, or Boniface, iii. 171, 172
Wine-press trodden without the city, iv.
Winds, four Angels of the, i. 232

silence of the, i. 298
Wings, two, of great eagle, iii. 40-42
Witnesses, the two, (Apoc. xi.) retro-
spective view of, ü. 193-406

described in prophecy, ii.
198—206, their personality, 198; cha-
racter, 199; emblems, 200; number,
(why only two) 202; condition, 203;
avenging power, ib. ; commencement
of their testimony, 205; its comple-
tion, 367-375

earlier Western, ii. 206-233

earlier Eastern, (or Pauli-
kian, ii. 233-246

-joint middle age, ii. 247-275

the Paulikians true, ii. 275
-- 315

the Waldenses true, ii. 347
-364

Papal war against, ii. 365—
379

death of, ii. 379 397 ; and
Papal exultation thereupon, ii. 397 –
401

resurrection of, ii. 401–406
ascent of, ii. 406 - 415

terror of their enemies, ii.
425

they give God glory, ii. 225
-428

still in sackcloth, ii. 429
431
Woe, cry denouncing it to inhabitants of
the earth, ii. 28

forewarnings of first woe, (Apoc.
viii. 13) i. 362 - 390

Y
Year-days, the 280, period of the Chris-

tian Church's travailing from Christ's
ascension to Constantine's establish-
ment of Christianity, iii. 18; the 1260
of Woman in wilderness, 56 ; the
Beast's 1260, primary beginning of, on
Justinian's decree, 530 A.D., with pri-
mary ending 1790, A.D. 134, 251-257;
fulfilled, 347—361 ; secondary begin-
ning from Phocas's decree, A.D. 606,
to end 1866 A.D. 255 :-Daniel's 2300,
their beginning, iii. 393 ; their ending,

396
Year-day principle discussed, iii. 221-
250

- general à priori evidence for,
miniature time of miniature symbol
answering to longer time of thing sym-
bolized; exemplified, 224; specific
year-day scale, otherwise probable
from Scripture analogy, actually laid
down by God, 227, 228 ; veil of the
time of the end, arising from the year-
day prophetic periods, consistent with
Christ's declaration, “ Not yours to
know times and seasons," and intended
to keep the Church watching, 233

objections to, answered, iii.
232—250 ; year-days symbolic, as the
rest of symbol, 233 ; chain of authori-
ties recognizing it, Cyprian, Prosper,
Tichonius, Primasius, Ambrose, Ans-
bert, Berengaud, Bruno, Joachim, Al.
bertus Magnus, 233 238 ; also Jew-
ish Rabbins, ancient, and of middle
ages, 240 ; discrepancies of year-day
expositors equalled by those of the

literal days, 243; unsatisfactoriness
of the former answered, 244 ; objec-
tion of Christ's saints not having
known Antichrist (if the Popes) when
manifested, answered, 245—247 ; ob-
jection of all Papists having perished
answered, 249, 250
Years, the 70 of Judah's captivity,
double commencement and double end-
ing of, iii. 256

the 75, between end of Daniel's
1260 and 1335, ii. 257

z
Zwa, the four, (Apoc. iv. 6—9) i 87–92

representatives of the Church, tri-
umphant, i. 92–94

identical with the four living crea-
tures of Ezekiel, i. 88 - 90
Zion, Mount, on the Apocalyptic scene,
i. 99, 101

the 144,000 seen on it,
symbolizing Christ's polity on earth,
or true Chnrch, iii. :58
Zvyos, meaning of the word, i. 151.

II.

CHIEF TEXTS IN OTHER BOOKS OF SCRIPTURE ILLUSTRATED.

Gen. iii. 15; “ The seed of the woman shall bruise the serpent's head." iv. 197
- xiii. 3; “ In thee shall all the families of the earth be blessed ;” compared with

Gen. xv. 13; “Thy seed shall be a stranger," &c. iv. 198—200
Psalm cxxvi. 4 ; "Turn our captivity as the rivers in the south.” iv. 173
Isaiah viii. 18; “ I and my children are for signs from the Lord;” (also Zech iïi.

8; “ Men wondered at;.") i. 268
ix. 5; "This shall be with burning and fuel of fire ;" &c. iv. 79
liv. 9; “This as the waters of Noah before me; &c. ii. 96
lix. 21 ; “My spirit that is upon thee, and my words that are in thy mouth,

shall not depart out of thy mouth, nor out of the mouth of thy seed, &c. for

ever." ii. 196
Jer. li. 25; “ I am against thee, O destroying mountain, and will make thee a burnt

mountain ;" &c. iv. 108
Dan. iii. 40; "The fourth shall be strong as iron." i. 404

vii. 8; “ In the horn were eyes like the eyes of a man.” iii. 75, 145, 146
Matt. xvi. 18; “ Thou art Peter, and on this rock will I build my church'; ” &c. iii.

125, 126 ; iv. 286

xxv. 31 ; “When the Son of Man shall have come in his glory ;” &c. iv. 226
Luke xxi. 32; “This generation shall not have passed away." &c. iv. 266

xvii. 20; “The kingdom of God cometh not with observation," &c. iv. 225
John v. 17 ; " My Father worketh hitherto, and I work." iv. 246

xvii. 9, 21–23; “ That they all may be one,—that the world may believe that

thou hast sent me." iv. 217
xviii. 36 ; " My kingdom is not of this world." iv. 294
Acts i. 7; “ It is not for you to know the times and the seasons ; " &c. iii. 232. iv.

270
iii. 21 : “ Whom the heavens must receive until the times of the restitution of

all things ;” iv. 289
Rom. viii. 19; “The creation waiteth for the manifestation of the sons of God." iv.

214
xi. 25 ; " Till the Gentile wanpwua be brought in," &c. iii. 230
2 Thess. ii. 1; "The coming of Jesus Christ, and our gathering unto him;" iv, 194,

195
3; “ Till there come the apostacy first ; " &c. 77–87

He as God sitteth in the temple of God.” 365—370
Heb. xii. 22; “ Ye are come unto Mount Zion;" &c. i. 109
2 Peter iii. 7; « The heavens and earth which are now are τεθησαυρισμενοι πυρι,

&c." iv. 228

13: “ We according to his promise, look for new heavens and a new

earth,” &c. iv. 241
1 John v. 20; “ We know that the Son of God is come, and hath given us under-

standing to know him that is true;" &c. i. 245.

III.

AUTHORS CHIEFLY REFERRED TO ON MATTERS OF

CONTROVERSY.*

Arnold, Dr., on Prophetic Interpretation, iv. 1569–580
Bickersteth, Rev. E., 'on the Seals, iv. 551-568 ; on the Beast, iii. 92
Bossuet on Apocalyptic Interpretation, iv. 478—487 ; on the Church visible and

invisible, iii. 55
Burgh. Rev. W. on the futurist Apocalyptic Scheme, iv. 519–550
Cuninghame, Mr. on the Seals, iv. 541-558; on the little book, ii. 44; on the death

of the Witnesses, ii. 384; on the Beast, his seventh head, and his image,

ii. 92, 103, 182
Daubuz about the 144,000, i. 241
Davidson, Dr., on the Apocalyptic date and Scheme of interpretation, i. 51–54, iv.

498–516
Dowling on the charge of Manicheism against the Paulikians, ii. 292, 451–467
Faber, Rev. G. S., on the four first Seals, i. 119; on the four Angels loosed from the

Euphrates, i. 457, 483; on the little book, ii. 44; on the death of the Wit-
nesses, ii. 384 ; on the Beast and his image, iii. 96, 182; on the millenniui,

iv. 212--214
Gresley, Rev. R., on the Church, iv, 290
Hook, Dr. on the Apostolic succession, iv. 58
Lee, Professor, on Apocalyptic interpretation, iv. 497
Maitland, Rev. S. R., on the dark ages, i. 447 ; ii. 10; on the Council of Orleans, ii.

252; on the Paulikians, ii. 292, 451–467 ; on the year-day question, iii.
224-229; on demon-worship, ii. 439, 440; on Antichrist, iv. 539-548;

on Apocalyptic interpretation, iv. 522
Manning, Archdeacon, on the apostacy and mystery of iniquity, (2 Thess, ii, 3;) iii.
Mede on the 144,000, i. 241; on the third part, and land, sea, and rivers of the three

first Trumpets, 429, 334 ; on the little book, ii. 45; on the seven thunders,

ii. 102; on the Beast, ii, 102
Mylie, on Apocalyptic interpretation. See Bossuet.
Newton, Sir I., on the date of the Apocalypse ; i. 37, 38, 45–47

Bishop, on the 144,000, i. 241 ; on the seven thunders, ii. 104; on the Beast's

seventh head, iii. 103
Oxford Tractator on Antichrist, iv. 535–542
Stuart, Professor M., on the date of the Apocalypse, i. 51–54* ; on Apocalyptic

interpretation, ii. 488—506
Tilloch, Dr., on date of the Apocalypse, i. 37, 45-47
Whateley, Archbishop, on Christ's kingdom, iv. 291
Whitby on the millenium, iv. 182, 186, 219

* This Index of living Writers, or of such as have their living representatives on
the points referred to, is added with a view to the Author's correction, if in any
case he may inadvertently and unconsciously have mistaken and misrepresented
these writers' opinions and arguments.

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