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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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NAMES AND SUBJECTS;
AUTHORS AND BOOKS,
QUOTED AND REFERRED TO.
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.
Arian controversy, 67.
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.
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
Churches, 78, 91, 97, 209, 223, 441.
Brent, Sir R. 180.
Brightwell parish, 452.
Great Britain, 239.
Broughton's Historical Library, 8.
Buck's Theological Dictionary, 134.
Burnet's History of the Reformation,
Burning for heresy, invented by
Butler's Dr. Installation Sermon, 15,
Butler's Life of Fenelov, 37, 292.
Benedictine Monks, their learning, Account of the Life and Writings of
J. B. Bossuet, 443. Historical View of
Laws, &c. APP. 489. Statement of the
Calvin. Instit, 264, 450.
many and Scotland, 292. Declaration
Mode of persecuting, 448.
Bishops, Roman, succession of, 9. Con. Capet, Hugh, styled Hugh l'Abbé, 147.
Cardinal Nephew, 421.
Blasphemies, commipation against, Their titles, 406. Habit, 409. Crea-
tion, 410. Congregation of, 417.
Card's Hist, Outlines of the Rise and
Carr's, Sir John, Travels in Spain, 485.
Catholic, use of the term, 7.
Catholic countries characterized, 142
Books, congregation for printing of, Catholic Christian Instructed, 394,
Catholicism, effects of, on the arts, Congregation of the holy office, 417.
Congregutions of Cardinals, 417.
Consistory, publique, 412.
Constantine the Great, conversion of,
99. Became a preacher, 37.
Controversy at Leipsic, 193.
Convocation of England, 268.
Copts, Christian, 252.
Councils, Basil, 85. Chalcedon, 43,
76. Constance, 84, 285, 314, 455, 472.
rence, 315. Nice, 66. Pisa, 80, 408.
Chillingworth's Works, 8, 132, 134, 311, 320, 329, 373. Vienne, 79, 81.
Councils of the reformed in France,
Councils, Catholic's belief of, 361.
Church of Rome, never described dis- Creation of Cardinals, 410,
Constantine, S2. Pieces of the true,
Of Asia, 251. Of Asia the Reformation, 271.
Culto, magnificence in celebrating
the act termed; 142.
Clergy, immorality of the, 91. Their Danes, ravages of the, in the time of
moires d'Histoire, 227.
Commination against errors apd blas- Deacons, offices and origin of, 403.'
Death, different religious views of, 71.
Death's head, 350.
Decameron of Boccaccio, 92.