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Apostolic character of the Church of

Rome no proof of unlawfulness of
Abbas Panornitanus, 46 nole.

separation, 180 n.
Abbeys, 161.

Aqueducts of Rome, 180 n.
Absolution, 39.

Arians, favoured by Liberius, 2005-
Accidents of a body, 65.

pretensions of, 116.
Adrian VI., Pope, 127 n, 208 n. Arnobius quoted, 21 n, 145 n.
Adversity, use of Scriptures in, 292 s. Article, the xiiith, 81 n—the xxxviith
Advowsons, 246 n.

of the Church of England, 219 n.
Æneas Sylvius, 47 n.

Articles presented by Jewell and
Agnus Dei, 172 n, 245 n.

others to the queen, xlix.
Agreement of Christians, 85 n. Athanasius, 211 s-a forged epistle of,
Ambrose, 237 s-notice of him, 28 n. 164 n, 202 n-quoted, 165 n, 188 n.

- quoted, 28, 43, 49 n, 56,| Atheists, the name given to Christians,
120 n. 162 n, 236 n.

85 n.
Anabaptists, German, 95 n.

Atonement, 67–use of the word, 256n.
Andreæ, John, 200 n.

Attributes of GoD displayed in the
Antichrist, 114 n—coming of, 123. Scriptures, 300
Antiochus Epiphanes, 138 n.

Augustine, his conversion, 278—no.
Antiquity, plea of by the Church of tice of him 27 n—quoted 15 n, 26,

tice of him 27 n-quote
Rome, 145 ss. 230 n—the mo 32, 36, 40 n, 42 n, 47 n, 48 n, 50 n
del of the English Reformers, xxxii. 51n, 52n, 57n, 62, 63 n, 64, 65, 67n,
230--the true rule in settling 69 n, 75, 79 n, 88 n, 112 n, i20 n
religious matters, 233 s.

133, 140 n, 143 n, 149, 150 n, 151 n,
Antoninus, archbishop of Florence, 153, 154, 157 n, 158 n, 162 n, 163
109 n.

n, 182 n, 186 n, 187 n, 188 n, 189
Apocrisarii, scholastic definition of, n, 201 n, 235 n, 236 n, 242 n, 285,
*178 n.

286, 287, 301, 305, 315—studied by
Apocrypha quoted as Scriptures, 262 n. Jewell and Martyr, xly.
Apologies of the early Christians, 19 n.

- of Justin Martyr, 86 n.
Apology, Jewell's, its claims to regard, Babylon, name applied to Rome, 242 n.

v, vii-its relation to the Church of Bacon, Roger, 126 n-Lady Anne,
England, V, vi—its origin and xv-her translation of the Apology,
plan, vi, vii-its design, vii, viii-| xvi, xxii-editions of, xx n.
its revision, vii-its publication, Baptism, 52—of bells, 65 n.
viii-its reception, viii, ix-trans. Baptist of Mantua, 130 n.
lations of, viii, xiv, xxiii-supposed Basil quoted, 182 n, 288-liturgy
notice of, by the Council of Trent, 1 of, 184 n.
xn-controversy created by it, x, | Beast, number of the, 115 n.
xiii-editions of, xiii n-supposed Beatific Vision, 201 n.
additions to, xix n-notes to this Becket, Thomas a, 250 n.
edition, xxiv, xxv-division of this Bells, baptism of, 65 n, 245 n.
edition, xxv, xxvi.

Benifices, plurality of, 161.
Apostacy, predicted by Christ and the Bernard, notice of him, 91 n-quoted
Apostles, 123 s.

69 n, 91, 125, 131 n, 132, 159 n, 163
Apostle, use of the word, 121 n—scho n, 165 n, 199 n.
lastic derivation of, 178 n.

Bible, see SCRIPTURES-due reve.
Apostolic Canons, 155 n.

rence for, xxxi, xxxii.

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Bishops, the heads of their churches, 1 Childeric, deposition of, 103 n.

33 n, 162 n-consecration and con- Chrism, 245 n.
firmation of, 33 n-election of, 38 CHRIST called the Truth, 7–Calum.
n-must consult with their priests nies against, 9, 24-his example
and deacons, 195 m names of, teaches to repel calumny, 18used
120, 162 n-office of, 36, lii n Scripture in his defence, 26, 277
Romish, servilely subject to the incarnation of, 31–passion and as.
Pope, 211 n-succession of, 2441 cension, 31—locality of his glorified

their duty to preach, 161, Ixxiii. body, 32—the only head of his
Boors of Germany, their revolt, 95 n. Church, 33—his peculiar titles, 36-
Bossuet's Histoire des Variations, 16n.

his flesh in the eucharist, 50 na
Breviary, its character, 158 n.

his merits, how applied, 62 n—the
Brother, an appellation among early

only mediator, 66—his sacrifice,
Christians, 112.

68-condemnation of, justified by
Bucer's citations from Origen, 150 n. | certain Papists, 206—the true light,
Bullinger, xlvi, lxix n.

287 s-revealed in Scripture, 309.
Bulls, Papal, 173.

Christian, the name hateful, 11.
Barnet, (Bishop,) quoted, v, 39 n, 63 n, Christianity, its rise attended with
66 n, 82 n.

heresies, 745m charged with novel.
Burry, Peter, XXXV, Xxxvi.

| ty, 145 s.

Christians, Early, calumnies against,
C.

10, 86, 96, i1l-divisions among,

77 8.--corruptions among, 88 s, 122
Calixtus, Pope, 54 n.

-adversaries of, 97.
Calumny, to be repelled, 18 ss. Chrysostom, 212—notice of, 40 n, 18
Camotensis or Carnotensis, 203 n. lin-liturgy of, 184 n-quoted, 40,
Campbell, Rev. A.C., his translation of 42 n, 44, 49, 53 n, 58, 60, 110 n,
Jewell's Apology, xxii.

133 n, 141, 144, 152, 163 n, 173 n,
Canon of Scripture, 47 n.

180 n, 191 n, 245 n, 279, 307, 310,
Canonists, their propositions relative to 312.
the Pope's power, 164 n.

Church, Catholic, 33, 113-compared
Canons, apostolic, 155 n.

to the moon, 120 n, 275 liable to
Cardinals, pretended antiquity of, 147 decay, 121- liable to error, 120 ss,
n hat, 217 n-pretended origin 1177 g-marks of, 132—not to be de
of, 147 n.

spised, 113-its character, 33——its
Cartwright, the Puritan, lxxi, lxxii. original, 121-independent of Coun.
Casa, Cardinal John, 92 g.

cils, 241-letters on, 215 n-sepa.
Castro, Alphonso de, 200 n.

ration from, 111 ss, 178 ss--the ark,
Cathedra, scholastic etymology of; 113—the spouse of Christ, 113-
178 n.

the pillar of the truth, 113.
Catholic, assumption of the name by Cistercian order, 91 n.
Romanists, 23 n, 122 n.

Civil authority, 214 ss. .
Celibacy of the Clergy, its effects, 45 Civil Law, its divisions and history,

nnot universal, or ancient, 156 n. 1. 157 n.
Celsus, 97 n-quoted 146.

Clement, John, 148–of Alexandria,
Ceremonies, 65, 154-of Rome, quo quoted, 191 n, 310.
ted, 105 n, 106 n, 173.

Clementines, quoted, 160 n.
Chalcedon, Council of, 14 n.

Clergy, not to undertake temporal
Chalice, 105 n.

offices, 155 n.-exemption of from
Challenge, Jewell's, at Paul's Cross, civil authority, 219-gorgeous habi.
lyi-

liments of, 217-marriage of, 156
Chambers, a benefactor of Jewell, ) Romish ignorance of, 178 n.
xxxix, xliv.

Code of Justinian, 157 n.
Chapter 38 n.

Cole, Dr. H., xlviii, lviii, k.
Charlemagne crowned emperor, 103 n Common Prayer, 65, 157 8.

-holds a council to condemn image Communion, General, 54—in both.
worship, 239.

kinds, 54 s, 159 s, 187—-of Eastern
Charles Vth, the emperor 20 n.

Churches, 183 n.-Service, its an..
Charlier, John, 126 n.

tiquity, 59 n.
Child, duty of, as taught in Scripture, Composition, Jewell's opinion concern-
290.

ing, xxxvii.

Condition of man by nature, 272 s. | Curtop, Dr., a benefaetor of Jewelly
Conference of March, 1558-9, xlviii. xxxix.
Confess, use of the term, 87 n. Cusanus, Cardinal, 119 n-quoted,
Confession, 142 n.

154 n, 168 n.
Confutation of the Apology, Harding's, Cyprian, notice of, 35 n-quoted, 34,
xii.

35, 39 n, 47 n, 88, 195, 256, 278.
Consecration of churches, 246 n. Cyril of Alexandria, 212-notice of,
Constancy of believers, 283 s, 301. 1 59 n-quoted, 59, 308.
Constantine, donation of, 130 n, 167
n-Emperor, sat in council of Nice,

D.
224.
Constantinople, first council of, 14 n,

| Damn, use of the term, 133 n.
223-Second, ibidThird, ibid, 225

Dandolo, Doge of Venice, 106.
-Fourth, ibid-Fifth, ibid.

Dataries, 256 n.
Consubstantiation, 76 n, 85.

Dean, 38 n.
Conversion of Heathen, 269.

Defence of the Apology, Jewell's, xii,
Convocation of 1562-3, viii, ix, lxviii,

Ixxii.
-of 1571, lxviii n, lxxii.

Deposition of princes by Popes, 101 n.
Cope, Alan, xiii, lxii.

Depravity, human, 272.
Corpus Christi, a festival, 61 n.

Detection, Harding's, xii, xiii.
Corruptions of the early Christians,

Diaz, Juan, murder of, 91.
89 n, 122—of the Church, 122 ss.

Differences of opinion among Chris-

tians, 85 n.
Council of Sardica, 202—of Frankfort
239 n-of Cæsarea, 212 n-of Con-

Digest of the Civil Law, 157 n.
stantinople, first, 14 s, 223—of Mi.

| Dispensations, Papal, 246 n.
lan, 212 n-of Nice, 14 n, 80 n. | Divine nature, 31.
223-of Constantinople, second 14 s,

Dominicans, their controversy with
225—of Orange, 225 n.

the Franciscans, 82 n.
Councils, Provincial, 236 ss, 254–

Donatist Schism, 237 n.
none universal, 239—primitive con-

Dorman, x, lxxii n.
stitution of, 195, 224 s-supposed

Duns Scotus, 80 n.
assistance of the Holy SPIRIT in,
196 n-claim of the Popes to au.
thority over, 146, 163 n, 197 n, 198 Easter, controversy respecting, 79 s.
s, 211-confirmation of, 197 n-de-| Eastern Churches different from that
crees of, corrupted by a Pope, 202 n of Rome, 182 n.
-Caiaphas and Annas' assembly | Ebion, 116' n.
allowed for one, 206-rejected, 211s Ebionites, 10 n, 116 n:
-how respected by the Reformers, Ecclesiastical and temporal powers
235 n-authority to summon, 223— 1 independent, 215 n.
14 n—necessity of, 120 n—General, Elevation of the Host, 60 n.
14 n, 160, 191—of Trent, lxxvii, 22 Eliberia, council of, 150 n.
n–161, 197 n, 198, 209, 239, 254 Elizabeth, accession of, xlvii—her dis-
--of Vienne, 102 n-of Chalcedon, position towards the reformation,
14 n, 223, 228—of Ephesus, 14 n, xxxiii.
116 'n, 223-authority of, '144 n, Emperor, degraded by Papal preten.
191 ss, 235 n—of Eliberia, 150 n sion, 105 n.
second Nicene, 150 n, 195 m of Emperors, Christian, their sway in
Rome, 155—of Gangra, 156 n, 236 religious matters, 223—of Germa.
n--of Carthage, 158, 236 noof ny, 224 n.
Hippo, 158 n—not subject to the Enemies, spiritual, 274.
Pope, 163 n-of Lateran, 168 n E ngland, state of, on Elizabeth's acces.
of Ferrara, 168 n-Romish, 194, sion, xxxiji, xlvii, liji, liv.
207 s, 212 s, 223.

English, wrongs done to them by the
Cowl, pretended antiquity of, 147 n. Pope, 249 ss.
Cross, sign of the, 173–in the queen's Ephesus, Council of, 14 n-temple of

chapel, lvi,-episcopal, 217 n. Diana at, 233 n.
Crucifix, 173 n.

Epiphanius, notice of, 74 n-quoted,
Cup, refusal of to the laity, 54. | 117, 150 s.
Cursing, with book, bell and candle, Episcopal robes opposed by Hooper,

xlix n.

E

187 n.

Erasmus, quoted, 79 n, 178'n, 189 n. Gregory, Nazianzen, quoted, 45, 79,
Eucharist, see Lord's Supper,--use of 89, 194, 256--notice of, 89 n.
the word, 51 n.

Gregory VII, Pope, 101 n.
Eugubium, 35 n.

Gregory, the Great, quoted, 110 n, 34
Eusebius, notice of 41 n quoted, 41, n. 36, 115 n, 125, 154 n, 163 n, 307,
122, 139, 140, 169 n.

Gregory of Nyssa, 210 n.
Evagrius, quoted, 162 n.

Grindal, xlv, xlviii, lvi, lxxn.
Excommunication, 40—of princes by Guest, Edmund, xlv, xlviii, lv.

the Pope, 101--of the Reformers, | Gyges' ring, 141.
186 n-of Henry VIII, 251.

H.

Hallam quoted, 102 n, 104 n.
Faber (G. S.) quoted, 66 n, 210 n, | Harding, Thomas, xi, xxxv, liv, lsi,
230 n, 233 n.

lxii n, lxiii.
Faber Stapulensis, notice of, 45 n.. Harpesfield, Nicholas, Ixi, lxii n.
Faith, causes of, 62 n-productive, Heads of the Church, 33 n.
69-rule of, 280 s.

Heathenism, its plea, 270.
Fanatics, 73.

Henry II., king of England, his dis.
Father, scriptural representation of pute with the Pope, 250 n-IV.,
the duty of a, 290.

emperor, 101 n, 105 n, 108—VI.,
Fathers, complain of corruptions in the emperor, 107 nm VII. emperor,

Church, 124–claimed by the Rol 105 n–VIII. king of England, ex-
manists, 145—-compared with Ro- communication of, 251 n.
mish doctors, 150 ss-corrupted by Heresies, causes of their prevalence,
Papists, 149 s-fallible, 287–inter 70 ss-old, 72, 74 m-detected by
preters of Scripture, 285 s—their Scripture, 141, 277.
authority, 15, 29 n, 145 ss—their Heresy, charge of, 23 ss—meaning of
testimony to the superiority of bish the word, 24, 25 n.
ops, 162 n.

Heretics, first burnt in England by
Ferdinand I., Emperor, 224 n.

Henry II. 250 n_killing of, 143 n.
Figurative language of Scripture, in Heskynis, xiii, lxi.
terpreted, 289 n. -

Hexapla, 152 n.
First Fruits, 246 n.

Hilary, quoted, 124, 241, 255.
Fulgentius, 32 n.

Hildebrand, Pope, 101 n.
Frederic Barbarossa, Emperor, 108. Historia Tripartita, 154 n.
Friars, 82 n.

History, Scripture, its interesting na-

ture, 200.

Holy Ghost, his nature and opera.
Garbrand, John, xxiii n, lxxvi, n. tions, 33.
Gelasius, Pope, 54 n, 160.

Holy water, its use, 173, 174 n-pre.
Genealogies of the Jews, said to be tended origin of, 147 n.
burned by Herod, 139.

Hooker patronized by Jewell, lxvi-
Gennaduis, quoted, 165 n.
Germany, boors of, their revolt, 95 n. Hosius, Cardinal, 134—misquoted by

-princes of, their league, 95 n. Jewell, 137 n-quoted, 147 n, 204 n.
Gerson, John, 126 n-quoted, 128. Host, elevation of the, 60 n-proces-
Good Works, 68 s.

sion of, 61-worship of, 61.
Gospel, dissemination of, 269-limited | Horne, (Bishop) 289 n.

use of the word, 73 n-how to be Hulderic, 45 n.
professed, 257.

Humphrey, Laurence, lxx, liivi-
Gospellers, 12.

his life of Jewell, lxxvii.
Grace-favor, 50 n.
Gracious, use of the word, 146 n.

I.
Greek Church, its contest with the

Latin, 79 n, 184 n—their mutual Idolatry, of the Church of Rome, 108,
enmity, 128 n–the primitive stock 209_of the heathen worship of
whence the Church of Rome separa. devils 269 n.
ted, 182–has no private masses, 182 Ignorance recommended by the Church
-purgatory, 183 n-corruptions of, of Rome, 118 of its clergy, 178 1
185 n.

of Scripture, no excuse, 296.

y quoted xi n.

Good is John, í heir league olt, 95 m

Uxvii, Expi the Pope he con

Image worship, opinions of the Fa. to England, xlvii-presents a set of

thers on, 150-origin and growth of, articles to the queen, xlix-engaged
209 n-condemned at the council of in discussions relative to the visita-
Frankfort, 239 n-toleration of in tion of England, xlix--appointed a

England, opposed by Jewell, xlix. | commissioner, li-preaches at Paul's
Imitation of CHRIST, Kempis', 126 n. Cross, lii, ly--nominated bishop of
Incense, used by Church of Rome, 173. Salisbury, lii-his belief in witch-
Inductive philosophy, 306 n.

craft, liv-elected and consecrated,
Indulgences, 119 n, 170 n.

lv-enthroned, lvi-his challenge at
Infallibility of the Pope, 205 n.

Paul's Cross lvi-lx-his controver.
Innovation, charge of, made against sy with Dr. Cole, lix, lx-his mode
the Reformers, 175 ss.

of controversy, Ix n-attacked by
Institutes of Justinian, 157 n.

Harding and others, lxi-his Reply,
Intercession of CHRIST, 68—of the Ixii-his residence in his diocese,
saints, 66.

Ixiv, performance of episcopal du-
Investiture, dispute concerning, be ties, lxiv—Ixviii— his preaching,

tween the Pope and Emperors, 101n. lxvii,l xxixSermons on the Sacra.
Irenaeus, quoted, 114 n, 231 n, 3104 ments, lxvii, Expository Lectures,

the famous passage of, concerning lxvii, Treatise on the Pope's Bull,

prescription, discussed, 231 s. lxviii, lxxviii-bis part in the Con-
Isis, procession of, 61.

vocation of 1562-3,' Ixviii, of 1571,
Irony, use of, 197 n.

Ixviii n, lxxii-his visit to Oxford
Isaacson, Rev. S., his translation of in 1565, lxix-his opinions relative
Jewell's Apology, xxii, xxiii.

to the Puritan controversy, lxix-
Ivo Carnotensis, 203 n.

lxxii—his sermon at Paul's Cross in

1571, lxx, lxxi, lxxiv—his habits of
J.

private life, lxxii, lxxiii-account of

his death, lxxiii-lxxvi, his last
James on the Corruptions of the Fa speech, lxxiv—his Letter to Scipio,

thers, 150 n-Liturgy of, 183 n. lxxvii--his sermons, lxxviii n.
Jansenism, 84 n.

Jews, how calumniated, 9-justified
Jansenius, 84 n.

in their condemnation of CHRIST
Jerome, quoted, 27, 35, 41 n, 47 n, 51 by certain writers, 207 n their

n, 68 n, 79 n, 144 n, 162 n, 165 n, genealogies destroyed by Herod, 139
223, 241, 244, 245 n, 312.

—their reverence for the Scriptures,
Jesuits, their controversy with the 140 n.
Jansenists, 84 n.

Joachim, Abbot, 115 n-quoted, 131n.
Jewell, Bishop Burnet's opinion of, v, Joan, Pope, story of, 90 n.

n-his influence in establishing the John, king of England, 102 n, 105n,
English reformation, xxxiv---his! 251–XXII, Pope, 201—of Salisbú-
birth, xxxiv, school education, | ry, 203 n.
XXXV, entrance at college, xxxv, | Jolly, use of the word, 114 n.
collegiate reputation, xxxvi, xxxviii, | Jones of Naygand, 289 n.
studies, xxxvii, lectures at col. Josephus quoted, 139 n.
Jege, xxxvii-life at college, xxxviii | Jubilees, 173.

-intimacy with Martyr, xxxviii- Judgment, the, 33—private, xxxi, 190
chosen Lecturer on the Sentences, n, 229 ss, 276.
xl-preacher and catechist at Sun- | Julian, the Apostate, 97 n.
ning well, xl-his expulsion from Julius I., Pope, 159 n-III., Pope. 22.
college, xli, valedictory, xli-che-Justification not by works 68.
sen Orator of the University, xlii— Justin Martyr, notice of him, 86 n-
congratulates Mary, xlii-subscribes quoted, 86.
Romish articles, xliii—his flight to Justinian, the emperor, 156 n, 226.
London, xliii, concealment there,
xliv, escape to Germany, xliv-re-

K.
cants his subscription, xliv.-his Keys, power of, 39 s, 43 s.
stay with Martyr at Strasburgh, Kings, use of Scriptures to, 289.
xlv, at Zurich, xlv-his associates Knowledge, human, uncertainty o?,
while abroad, xlv, xlvi, correspond - 306—advancement in, 306 n.
ence with Martyr and Bullinger, Knox, John, his book against the go
xlvi, xlix, lv, lxviij n, lxix n--return' vernment of women, 95 n.

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