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Apostolic character of the Church of
Rome no proof of unlawfulness of
separation, 180 n.
Aqueducts of Rome, 180 n.
Arians, favoured by Liberius, 2005-
pretensions of, 116.
of the Church of England, 219 n.
Articles presented by Jewell and
others to the queen, xlix.
- quoted, 28, 43, 49 n, 56,| Atheists, the name given to Christians,
Atonement, 67–use of the word, 256n.
Attributes of GoD displayed in the
Augustine, his conversion, 278—no.
tice of him 27 n-quote
133, 140 n, 143 n, 149, 150 n, 151 n,
n, 182 n, 186 n, 187 n, 188 n, 189
286, 287, 301, 305, 315—studied by
- of Justin Martyr, 86 n.
v, vii-its relation to the Church of Bacon, Roger, 126 n-Lady Anne,
Benifices, plurality of, 161.
69 n, 91, 125, 131 n, 132, 159 n, 163
Bible, see SCRIPTURES-due reve.
rence for, xxxi, xxxii.
Bishops, the heads of their churches, 1 Childeric, deposition of, 103 n.
33 n, 162 n-consecration and con- Chrism, 245 n.
their duty to preach, 161, Ixxiii. body, 32—the only head of his
his flesh in the eucharist, 50 na
his merits, how applied, 62 n—the
only mediator, 66—his sacrifice,
68-condemnation of, justified by
287 s-revealed in Scripture, 309.
Christian, the name hateful, 11.
heresies, 745m charged with novel.
| ty, 145 s.
Christians, Early, calumnies against,
10, 86, 96, i1l-divisions among,
77 8.--corruptions among, 88 s, 122
-adversaries of, 97.
133 n, 141, 144, 152, 163 n, 173 n,
180 n, 191 n, 245 n, 279, 307, 310,
Church, Catholic, 33, 113-compared
to the moon, 120 n, 275 liable to
spised, 113-its character, 33——its
cils, 241-letters on, 215 n-sepa.
ration from, 111 ss, 178 ss--the ark,
the pillar of the truth, 113.
Civil authority, 214 ss. .
nnot universal, or ancient, 156 n. 1. 157 n.
Clement, John, 148–of Alexandria,
Clementines, quoted, 160 n.
Clergy, not to undertake temporal
offices, 155 n.-exemption of from
liments of, 217-marriage of, 156
Code of Justinian, 157 n.
Cole, Dr. H., xlviii, lviii, k.
-holds a council to condemn image Communion, General, 54—in both.
kinds, 54 s, 159 s, 187—-of Eastern
Churches, 183 n.-Service, its an..
tiquity, 59 n.
Condition of man by nature, 272 s. | Curtop, Dr., a benefaetor of Jewelly
154 n, 168 n.
35, 39 n, 47 n, 88, 195, 256, 278.
| Damn, use of the term, 133 n.
Dandolo, Doge of Venice, 106.
Dataries, 256 n.
Dean, 38 n.
Defence of the Apology, Jewell's, xii,
Deposition of princes by Popes, 101 n.
Depravity, human, 272.
Detection, Harding's, xii, xiii.
Diaz, Juan, murder of, 91.
Differences of opinion among Chris-
tians, 85 n.
Digest of the Civil Law, 157 n.
| Dispensations, Papal, 246 n.
Dominicans, their controversy with
the Franciscans, 82 n.
Donatist Schism, 237 n.
Dorman, x, lxxii n.
Duns Scotus, 80 n.
English, wrongs done to them by the
chapel, lvi,-episcopal, 217 n. Diana at, 233 n.
Epiphanius, notice of, 74 n-quoted,
Erasmus, quoted, 79 n, 178'n, 189 n. Gregory, Nazianzen, quoted, 45, 79,
Gregory VII, Pope, 101 n.
Gregory, the Great, quoted, 110 n, 34
Gregory of Nyssa, 210 n.
Grindal, xlv, xlviii, lvi, lxxn.
the Pope, 101--of the Reformers, | Gyges' ring, 141.
Hallam quoted, 102 n, 104 n.
lxii n, lxiii.
Heathenism, its plea, 270.
Henry II., king of England, his dis.
emperor, 101 n, 105 n, 108—VI.,
Church, 124–claimed by the Rol 105 n–VIII. king of England, ex-
Heretics, first burnt in England by
Henry II. 250 n_killing of, 143 n.
Hexapla, 152 n.
Hilary, quoted, 124, 241, 255.
Hildebrand, Pope, 101 n.
History, Scripture, its interesting na-
Holy Ghost, his nature and opera.
Holy water, its use, 173, 174 n-pre.
Hooker patronized by Jewell, lxvi-
-princes of, their league, 95 n. Jewell, 137 n-quoted, 147 n, 204 n.
sion of, 61-worship of, 61.
use of the word, 73 n-how to be Hulderic, 45 n.
Humphrey, Laurence, lxx, liivi-
his life of Jewell, lxxvii.
Latin, 79 n, 184 n—their mutual Idolatry, of the Church of Rome, 108,
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
England, opposed by Jewell, xlix. | commissioner, li-preaches at Paul's
craft, liv-elected and consecrated,
lv-enthroned, lvi-his challenge at
Paul's Cross lvi-lx-his controver.
of controversy, Ix n-attacked by
Harding and others, lxi-his Reply,
Ixiv, performance of episcopal du-
tween the Pope and Emperors, 101n. lxvii,l xxixSermons on the Sacra.
the famous passage of, concerning lxvii, Treatise on the Pope's Bull,
prescription, discussed, 231 s. lxviii, lxxviii-bis part in the Con-
vocation of 1562-3,' Ixviii, of 1571,
Ixviii n, lxxii-his visit to Oxford
to the Puritan controversy, lxix-
lxxii—his sermon at Paul's Cross in
1571, lxx, lxxi, lxxiv—his habits of
private life, lxxii, lxxiii-account of
his death, lxxiii-lxxvi, his last
thers, 150 n-Liturgy of, 183 n. lxxvii--his sermons, lxxviii n.
Jews, how calumniated, 9-justified
in their condemnation of CHRIST
n, 68 n, 79 n, 144 n, 162 n, 165 n, genealogies destroyed by Herod, 139
—their reverence for the Scriptures,
Joachim, Abbot, 115 n-quoted, 131n.
n-his influence in establishing the John, king of England, 102 n, 105n,
-intimacy with Martyr, xxxviii- Judgment, the, 33—private, xxxi, 190