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dent in our fore-fathers to frame, it would be undoubtedly, wise and provident in us to abolish. The days of bigotry and persecution are gone, I trust, for ever. The mind, enlightened by rational Christianity, and soothed by philosophy, has learned to appreciate justly the precepts of religion. It perceives, that moderation and forbearance are virtues of the highest order, absolutely essential to human happiness, and without which, all the doctrines of theological metaphysics, which the mind of man bas bitherto been able to conceive, lose every thing of value, dignity, or goodness.

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Annual Review, 440. ABBOTS described, 148.

Anti-popes, 10. Abraham's guests in the plains of Mam- Apion's Tableau de la Cour de Rome, re, 355.

389. Abrégé Chronologique de l'Histoire Archbold's edition of Blackstone's Ecclesiastique, 22, 49.

Commentaries, 217, Absolution, Catholic opinion of, 287. Archdeacons, 403. Abuses, general prevalence of, 369. Architecture, influence of the reformAcesius, Constantine's remark'to, 36.

ation on, 237.
Acts of the Apostles, the only correct Archipriesthoods, 425.
ecclesiastical history, 25.

Arian controversy, 67.
Acts of parliainent, 475. and APPEN- Ariosto's Orlando Furioso, 52.
DIX, passim.

Arius, his death, 70. Adam's Religious World Displayed, Ark, honour sbewed to the, 353. 10.

Armenian church, 251. Adams's Mrs. H. View of all Religions, Articles of faith in which all Christians 10.

agree, 294. Address of the Catholics to Protes. Artists encouraged by Leo X., 125. tants, 336.

Asbury, Mr. Francis, 47. Africa, Christian churches of, 252. Asia, churches of, 251. Alb, the bishop's, 385.

Asia minor, churches of, 251. Albert of Brandenburg, 177.

Assembly of the kirk of Scotland, 268. Alfred the Great, indebted to monks, Athanasius, St. Dec. Com. Nic. 67, 149.

et Ep. Africa, 68. Allegiance, oath of, taken by Catholics, Ailus Geographicus, 254. 340.

Atmore, Rev. Charles, 432. Altenburg, Lather's conference at, 189. Auditors of the Ruota, 427.

Amadeus, Duke of Savoy, his election Augsburg, Luther's conference at, to the papal dignity, 86.

179. America, French clergy in, 179. Augustine Monks, appeal to, respectAmice, the priest's, 387.

ing Luther, 195. Ammit of cardinals, 410.

Avignon, residence of the Popes at, Aminir. Discorso come la Chiesa Ro- 58. mana, &c. 62.

Axiom, a new one, of civil government, Anabaptists, 264, 442, 466.

131.

B Anastasius, the Bibliothecaric, 401. Babylon, the mystical, 257. Angels, invocation of, 397.

Bacon's, Lord, Works, 153, 166. OpiAngelus, Friar, Rule of Penance of nion of single men, 166. Opinion of the Order of St. Francis, 168.

Jesuits, ib. Animadversions on Fuller, 458.

Baldwinus Franc. 67.

Bale, John, bis testimony of Leo X., Bossudd's Variations of the Protestant
127.

Churches, 78, 91, 97, 209, 223, 441.
Baltimore, French clergy at, 172. Exposition, &c. 136, 292, 309, 318,
Baptism, 269, 305.

320.
Baratier's Inquiry about the Ancient Brandt's Hist. Reform. 191, 270.
Bishops of Rome, 9.

Brent, Sir R. 180.
Barberino, Cardinal Antonio, 420. Brethren of the Free Spirit, 82.
Burnabites, order of, 161.

Brightwell parish, 452.
Baronius, on the title Universal Britton's Arclitectural Antiquities of
Bishop, 22.

Great Britain, 239.
Bartolomeo of Florence, his public dis- Brookes, Henry, Esq. 476.
position, 88.

Broughton's Historical Library, 8.
Bamage's History of the Reformed Bucer, 450.
Churches, 223.

Buck's Theological Dictionary, 134.
Baxter's Key for Catholics, 274. His- Bull of excommunication against Lu-
tory of Councils, 432.

ther, 204.
Beads, on the use of, 394.

Burnet's History of the Reformation,
Beausobre's Histoire de la Reforma- 225, 228.
tion, 100, 181.

Burning for heresy, invented by
Bede's Works, 149.

princes, 69.
Bedloe, Captain, 276.

Butler's Dr. Installation Sermon, 15,
Bellarmin. Oper. 51, 107, 316, 347.

349.
Bembo, 158.

Butler's Life of Fenelov, 37, 292.
Bénedict XIII., schism under, 83. Life of the Rev. Alban Butler, 108.

Benedictine Monks, their learning, Account of the Life and Writings of
114.

J. B. Bossuet, 443. Historical View of
Benedictines, order of, 163.

Laws, &c. APP. 489. Statement of the
Benson's, Dr. History of Persecution, Pope's supremacy, 38, 438.
445. Confutation of popery, 478.

C
Berington's Rev. J. Lives of Abelard Calixtus, George, de Conjugio Cleri.
and Eloisa, 430, 438.

corum, 67.
Bessarion, Cardinal, his influence, 87. Calmet's Dict. 306.
Beza's Life of Calvin, 449.

Calvin. Instit, 264, 450.
Bihle, the, worth all the mighty tomes Calvin, spread of his opinions in Ger-
of the vatican, 26. (passim.)

many and Scotland, 292. Declaration
Bigotry, spirit of, retained by the re- for maintaining the true faith, &c. 445.
formers, 208.

Mode of persecuting, 448.
Bingham's Origines Ecclesiasticæ, 16. Candles, blessed, 370.
Bishop, universal, the phrase, 16. Canning, Mr. 477.

Bishops, Roman, succession of, 9. Con. Capet, Hugh, styled Hugh l'Abbé, 147.
gregation concerning the affairs of, 418. Capuce of the order of St. Francis,
Examining new, 423.

169.
Bishops Cardinals, 405.

Cardinal Nephew, 421.
Blackstone's Commentaries, 467. Cardinals, offices, and origin of, 399.

Blasphemies, commipation against, Their titles, 406. Habit, 409. Crea-
333.

tion, 410. Congregation of, 417.
Blondelon Bishopsand Preshyters,51. Carlostadt, see Bodenstein.
Boccaccio's Decameron, 92.

Card's Hist, Outlines of the Rise and
Bodenstein, Andrew, his controversy Estab. of the Papal Power, 28.
with Eccins, 193.

Carr's, Sir John, Travels in Spain, 485.
Bolsec, Jerome, 449.

Castellio, 448.
Bonaparte, his plunders of the Pope's Catechism of the Council of

Trent, soo.
possessions, 61. Exposé on lhe tem- Catechumens' mass, 375.
poralities of the Pope, 122. Zeal for Catherine de Medicis, 476.
reform, 130.

Catholic, use of the term, 7.
Boniface III., his struggle for a name, Catholic Reformers, 99.
28.

Catholic countries characterized, 142
Book of Common Prayer, 117, 319. Address to Protestants, 336.

Books, congregation for printing of, Catholic Christian Instructed, 394,
121.

397, 399.

430.

Catholicism, effects of, on the arts, Congregation of the holy office, 417.
233.

Congregutions of Cardinals, 417.
Catholics, legal appellation of; in Great Consecration of the Pope, 406.
Britain, 13.

Consistory, publique, 412.
Cuusaboni ad Epist. Card. Perron, Consistory, congregation of the, 424,
Responsio pro Rege, 264.

Constantine the Great, conversion of,
Celibacy of the monks, 144.

99. Became a preacher, 37.
Ceremonies, angust, of Catholic coun- Constantinople styled New Rome, 77.
tries, 142. Of the mass, 375.

Controversy at Leipsic, 193.
Chaldee breviary of St. Thomas, 251. Contents at Rome, 154.
Challoner's Garden of the Soul, 478. Conversion of Constantine the Great,
Chamber Apostolicall, the reverend, 29.
428.

Convocation of England, 268.
C'handler's History of Persecution, Cope, the, 387.
432.

Copts, Christian, 252.
Charlemagne, beneficence of, 62. Corinth, division in the church of, 45.
Charles V., Luther's address to, 208. Councell, congregation of the, 418.
His conduct to Luther, 215.

Councils, Basil, 85. Chalcedon, 43,
Charlier, see Gerson.

76. Constance, 84, 285, 314, 455, 472.
Chastity uncommon among men, 165. Constantinople, 43. Ephesus, 43. Flo-
Chasuble, the, 387.

rence, 315. Nice, 66. Pisa, 80, 408.
Chauffepie's Dictionaire Critique, 227. Trent, 40, 137, 292, 299, 303, 307, 309,

Chillingworth's Works, 8, 132, 134, 311, 320, 329, 373. Vienne, 79, 81.
451.

Councils of the reformed in France,
Christianisimus Primativus, 8.

268.
Christianographie, 11.

Councils, Catholic's belief of, 361.
Christiern III. of Denmark, 221. Court of Rome, its pride, 118, 400,
Christmus, biglı mass at, 391.

Church of Rome, never described dis- Creation of Cardinals, 410,
tinct from the court, 3. And State Creed, Nicene, 68. Of Pope Pius
united, 62. View of the state of the, IV. 292, 302, 305, 309, 315, 317, 319,
78. Acted the part of a suicide, 120. 331-2.
Of Christ, will never fail, ib. Her un- Crimes of Catholics do not spring from
natural union with civil government, ib. their religion, 5.
Described, 280. Her spiritual and tem- Crook, the pastoral, 386.
poral authority, 283. Definition of the, Cross, miraculous appearance of, to
299, 473. Of England, 266.

Constantine, S2. Pieces of the true,
Churches erected by Constantine, 34. 34.
Magnificence of Catholic, 236. Of En- Cudworth's opinion of the effects of

Of Asia, 251. Of Asia the Reformation, 271.
minor, ib. Of Africa, 252. Patriarchal, Culdees of lona, 252.
406.

Culto, magnificence in celebrating
Circassian Church, 251.

the act termed; 142.
Cistercian order of monks, 150.

D
Civilization introduced by the monks, D'Ailly, Peter, his attempts at re-
149.

form, 79.
Clement VII, the anti-pope, 83. Dalmatica, 385.

Clergy, immorality of the, 91. Their Danes, ravages of the, in the time of
profligacy cansed the reformation, 106. Alfred, 150.
Order of regular, 161. The French, at Dante, bis description of the clergy,
Baltimore, 173.

91.
Clergymen of the church of England, D'Artigny's, Abbé, Noveaux Me
.266.

moires d'Histoire, 227.
Comber's History of the Parisian mas- David's repetition in the 126th
sacre, 477.

Psalm, 353,
Cormandment, of the second, 365. Deacon-Cardinals, 404.

Commination against errors apd blas- Deacons, offices and origin of, 403.'
phemies, 333.

Death, different religious views of, 71.
Confession, 355.

Death's head, 350.
Confirmation, 305.

Decameron of Boccaccio, 92.

горе, 250.

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