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| Mass, 42 n, 160-private, 53 n, 182 *

-sale of, 61 n, 64-canon of, its

pretensions to antiquity false, 147 n.
Laity, share of in English Reforma. | Massing priest, 62.

tion, 193 n-right of, to a voice in Maurice the Emperor, 37 n.

the councils of the Church, 215 n. Maximin, 138 n.
Lactantius, quoted, 151 n.

Memory, artificial, Jewell's system of,
Lateran, palace of, 245 n.

lxxix.
Latin tongue, use of in public wor. Merchant, taught his duty by the
ship, 159. .

Scriptures, 291.
Latomus, Jacobus, 46 n.

Mercy of God proved in Scripture,
Law and Gospel, parts of the same 293.

scheme of revelation, 122—of God, Merit of congruity and condignity, 81.
its enforcement the province of the | Merits of Christ, 62 n.
civil magistrate, 220—its import Ministry, degrees in, 34-call to, 38—
ance, 267.

commission of, 42 s-duty as laid
Lawrence, Giles, xliv, lxxvi.

down in Scripture, 290_office of,
Learning, the true value of, 179 n. 34, 43 n.
Leavened and unleavened bread, 79 n. (Minucius Felix, quoted, 112 n, 290 n.
Legate of the Pope, 92 n, 100.

Mitre, 217 n.
Legenda Aurea, 159 n.

Monachism, 82 s, 154, 155 n, 194 n.
Legends used in public worship by | Monasteries, suppression of, 155 n.

the Church of Rome, 158 s, 297 n. Monks, 82 n-Hosius' account of their
Leo I, Pope, 160 n-quoted, 163 n. origin, 147 n.
Leonicenus, Nicolaus, 61 n.

Moon, an emblem of the Church, 275n.
Let, the word explained, 21 n. Montanus, 135 n.
Letter, from P. Martyr to Jewell, 3.
Letters on the Church by an Episcopa-

N.
lian, 215 n.

Nazianzen, see Gregory.
Liberty promoted by the Reformation,
Liberty promoted by the normation, Nestorians, 212 n.

95 n.
Liturgies, Oriental, 182 n.

Nestorius, 116.

Nicephorus, 195 n.
Liturgy, English, revision of, xlvii.
Lord's Supper, design of the, 50 n,

Nice, first Council of, 14 n, 80 n,

223-canons of, corrupted by Pope
52 s-neglect of, 53—how to be re.

Zosimus, 201 n.

Zosir
ceived, 58—Romish disputes con-n

4 Nominalists, 82 n.
cerning, 83—Protestant dissensions

Notes to this edition of the Apology,
concerning, 85—how received by

xxiv, xxv.
the wicked, 188 n.

Novels of Justinian, 157.
Lucca Cardinal de, 161.

Novelty, not in itself a ground of con-
Lutherans, 76, 85.

demnation, 145.
Lyndwood's Provincial, 178 n.
Lyons, Poor men of, 126 n.

Nowell, Dean of St Paul's, xi.

Numbers, no test of right, 180 n.
Lyra, Nicholas de, 204 n.
M.

Obedience to the civil government in.
Magistrate, authority of, 214 ss.

culcated by the Gospel, 96-by the
Mantuanus, 130 n.

Reformers, 98, 110.
Mammotrectus, 176 n.

Ochin, Bernard, xvi.
Marcion, 135 n.

Oil consecrated, 173, 245 n.
Marriage, 44-opinion of the Fathers | Omissions in the text, xxvi, 90 n.

concerning, 153—of clergy, 156. Oracles of the heathen, 142.
Marsilius Patavinus, 129 n.

Origen, notice of, 152 n-quoted, 50 n,
Martial, John, lxii.

57, 62, 68 n, 78, 281, 312-on St.
Martyr, Peter, notice of his life, 3–1 John, published imperfect, 149.

his letter to Jewell concerning the Orimasda, 61 n.
Apology, 25, viii-hisintimacy with

Jewell, xxxviii, xxxix, xlv.
Martyrs of the Reformation, 19. Palea, in the Canon Law, 168 n.
Mary, Queen, effect of her accession, xl. Pall, 217 n, 245 n, 246 n.

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Palms, used by the Church of Rome, Leo I., 160-Leo III., 103 n-Libe-
173.

rius, 200_.Marcellinus, 166 mm
Palude, Petrus de, 200 n.

Martyn IV., 102 n--Nicholas I., 101
Pandects of Justinian, 157 n.

n, 168 n-Paschal II., 101 n, 108 n,
Panormitanus, 46 n.

198 n-Paul IV., 94-Pius II., 47
Pardoners, 256 n.

--Pius IV., 22, 134 n-Pius VI.,
Parker, Archbishop, his letter to Lady 106 n-Sergius II., 91 m_Sergius

Bacon, xvii, xx-disliked the habits, III, 91 n—Stephen, 103 1—Sylve-
li .

rius, 226 n-Victor III., 105 m
Parkhurst, Jewell's tutor, xxxvi, Vigilius, 227 n-Zachary, 103 m
Xxxvii, xxxviii.

Zosimus, 201 8-infallibility of, 205
Parliament, share of in the English n-a temporal prince, 216_his au-
Reformation, 192 s.

thority equalled with that of the
Patriarchates, 35 n, 168 n-titular, Gospel, 25 n, 71 n, 166 m not the
168, 246 n.

universal head of the ministry, 34,
Patropassians, 212 n.

165 n-not head of the Church, 36,
Paulinus 272-quoted, 183 n.

199—power claimed by him, 37 n.
Paul III., Bull of, against Henry 71 n, 100, 144 n, 165'n, 243-not
VIII., 251.

exclusively possessed of the power
Paul's, St., London, formerly a heathen of the keys, 44-claims the con-

temple, 269--Cross, li n-Jewell's trol of purgatory, 63 n, 169 n-as.
challenge at, liii, Ivn.

sumes the name of GOD, 168 1
Peace, how to be studied, 255 s..

whether Antichrist, 114 n, 137.
Peccability of pious men, 88–of the Popes, their inattention to ministerial

Pope denied, 110 n, 166 n. " duties, 131 s, 247_arrogance of,
Pelagians, 237 n.

105 s, 128 s, 248_claim equal re
Pepin, made king of France by the spect with angels, 109 n, 199 ng
Pope, 103 n.

power over them 169 n, universal
Perfection required of man, 67 n. power; 164 n, 166 n deposed by
Perionius' edition of Origen on St. Emperors, 226 s8-pretended suce.
John, 149 n.

cession to Peter, 244 8 claim of
Persecution of early Christians, 11, | temporal power, 159, 163 n-titles

19—of the Reformers, 19 s, 87-of of, 162 s--claim of authority over
heretics, 143 n, 249.

councils, 163 n, 196-claim exemp-
Peter, pretended succession of the tion from all human jurisdiction,
Popes to, 244 ss.

166 n, 167—cannot commit simony,
Petrarch, 129 n-quoted, 131 n. 1 177-learning of, 200 n-errors of
Picus, Mirondulus, 210 n.

200 s, 204 n.
Pighius, Albert, 128 n-quoted, 134, Porphyry, 98 ne
137, 149, 175.

Porteus, Bishop, quoted, 114n233 n.
Pius II., Pope, 47.

Practise, use of the word, 105 n.
Pius IV., Bull of, 22.

Prayer for the dead, 133 n-in un-
Plato, quoted, 190 n.

known tongues, 157, 189.
Poisoning sanctioned by Popes, 105. | Preach, use of the word explained, 9 g.
Pole, Cardinal, 155 n, 208 n.

Preaching, extempore, lxxix-object
Polycarp, 86 s.

of, 43—by proxy, 161'n..
Poor, use of the Scriptures to, 291. | Presbyter, 195 n.
Pope, Adrian II., 101 n.-Adrian Preventions, 246 n.

IV., 102 n, 106 n-Adrian VI., 127 Pride, condemnation of in Scripture;.
n. 208 n-Alexander III., 109 nr 292.
Boniface VIII., 102 n, 104 n a Primitive character of the doctrines and
lixtus, 54 n--Celestine III., 107 n practice of the Reformers, 1878, 230.
Clement V., 102 n–Clement VII, Princes, authority of, 214 ss-He-
95 n, 104 n-Eugenius IV., 213 n brew, their interference in religious
Gregory IV., 101n_Gregory VII., matters, 220 ss.
101 n - Hormisdas, 123 Inno Prierias, Sylvius, 119 r, 175.
cent III., 102 n Joan, story of, | Private Masses, 57 n, 182, 187.
90 n-John VIII., 101 n-John X., Prophets, deaths of, 11-their mission,
91 n-John XI., 91 n-John XII., 265.
91_n-John XXII., 201, 213 ^ Public worship, mode of conducting,
--Julius I., 159—Julius HI, 22.1 157, 172.6."

VOL. III.-28

Purgatory, 60 , 63 s, 170, 183 n. I its leading men, 90 ss-its claim to
Puritans, Controversy with the, lxix. be the only true church, 112 ss, 117
Pyx, 61 n, 173 n.

s, 175 n-though corrupt, yet a

Church, 113, 180 n-recommends
R.

ignorance, 118-idolatry of, 118, 209

- liable to error, 122 n, 176 s-
Rastell, John, xiii, lxi.

complained of by other Churches,
Realists, 82 s.

128-its worship, 157 ss, 172 n its
Rebellion, not promoted by, the Reform.

extravagant boasts of unity and
ation, 94 smearly Christians false. |

orden, 171 s-avense to change, 175
ly charged with, 96-sanctioned by

-ignorance of its clergy, 178 n-its
Popes, 103 s.

corruption, 127 s, 179n, 248—its pre-
Recapitulation of the work, 253 ss. tensions to antiquity, 230 S--called
Redemption, offered to all, 313 s.

Babylon; 242n-its extortions, 252n.
Reformation, not liable to the charge of Room, use of the word, 170-n.

novelty, 145 ss, 230 ss—a restora. Ruffin, 223—notice of, 78 n quoted,
tion of the primitive state of things, 163 n, 165 n.
187&pretended, of the Church of
Rome, 210 8-grounds nf, 229 ss
its establishment under Elizabeth,
xxxiii, xxxiv—not chargeable with Sacraments, 42 n, 48 ss_applied by
promoting error, 13. ng 116—its faith, 62-essentials of, 52 n--Jew:
martyrs, 19, 87, 93, 94—its pro- ell's Treatise on, lxvii-number of,
gress, 20—not to answer for contem- 51 n."
porary fanatics, 735_not chargeable Sacrifice of CHRIST, 68 of the Mass,
with promoting rebellion, 94 8, 110 60 n.
-promotes civil liberty, 95n-coun. Safe-conducts of the Popes, 213 n.
tries which had embraced it, 98-1 Saints, Romish, 63 n-worship of, 66.
its effect in promoting popular wel. Salt, consecrated, 173.
fare, 99 n.

Salvation, means of, confined to the
Reformers, abusive epithets applied to, Church, 113 n.
8n, 19 calumnies against, 12 ss Sandys, Edwin, xliv, xlviii, li, lxxvi.

-condemned unheard, 23—accused Sapor, king of Persia, 109.
of heresy and schism for teaching | Saracens, origin of, 117.,
as Christ and the Apostles, 70 ss Sardica, Council of, 202 n.,
divisions among, 77 ss, 85-perse Saunders, xi, lxii.
cution of, 87, 94-charged with se. Savonarola, 129 na
paration from the Church, 111 ss, Scholastics, dissensions among, 82 n.
178—with innovation, 175 ss-ex Scipio, Jewell's Letter to, lxxvii.
communicated, 186, n--reject Ro Scotists, 80 n, 81 n.
mish councils, 211 ss—their example Scriptures, abuse of, 261 ss, 308, 316
abused, xxix-English, principles -afford the means of finding the
of, xxx—thought themselves in the true Church, 133, of detecting error,
last times, 275 n.

141, 276,-blasphemously applied to
Rejection of Divine offers, 262 s. the Pope, 205-burned by the
Remission of sins in baptism, 52 n. Romish Church, 138 ss-calumnies
Reply to Harding's answer, Jewell's, against, 10, 87-canonical, 47 n-
Ixii, lxiii.

clearness of, 308, 313-consolation
Resurrection of the body, 70..

of, 271, 293-convey the only true
Retchless, the word explained, 18.. knowledge, 307—degraded by the
Reversions, 246 n.

Romish Church, 30, 119, 133 ss.
Reward of works, 69 ni

138 nodenial of, by the Church
Rich, duties of the, 290 s.,

of Rome, a principal cause of the
Righteousness, use of the word, 50 n. ] Reformation, 180 s, 243. S; xxvii-
Rome, aqueducts of, 180.n—Bishop of, | difficulties in, 304 ss-every part of,

his rank, 36-see Pope, 168 1 profitable, 288–interpretation of
Church of, its concord, 12 n its rule for, adopted by the English re-
tranquillity, 13 n--its aversion to formers, xxx—moral teaching of,
the Scriptures, 29 s, 133 ss—its di. 309-pleasure to be derived from
visions, 80 ss, 84 m-contest with their use, 298 ss-preservation of,
the Greek Church, 79 m-morals of 140 n, 267 S-produce the Reformas.

T.

tion, 241--profitable to all, 190 n,
294, 310—proper means of combat.
ing error, 26 88, 181 s reverence Tacitus quoted, 9 n.
due to, 315-searcher of the heart, | Tamerlane, 109.
278-sole fountain of religious know. | Tertullian, notice of, 41 n-quoted, T.
ledge, xxix, 48, 136, 266, 280, 296 I n, 9:n, 10, l'In, 25 n, 41, 51n, 89, 94,
5-study of by all, recommended by 96, Ilin, 112 n, 135 n, 140, 143, 151
the fathers, 153, 312 s—teach the n, 162 n, 179, 191 n, 195 n, 230,
duties of all classes of mankind, 289! 232 n.
$s_translations of, 140 n, 189 na Text of Scripture, integrity of, 268 n..
Treatise on the, Jewell's, xxvi-

Texts illustrated or explained:
xxix-use of, constitutes the power Gen. Vi 5—272 na
of the keys, 40, 43 n, in public wor. 2 Chron. xxx. 15—222 n.
ship, 172 n, how far allowed by the Psalms lx. 11, (Pr. B..9 n..
Church of Rome, 189—variety of

Ezra iii. 12--234.
their contents, 299—a weapon Prov. viii. 15–289 n.
against spiritual foes, 277, so used by

,“ xxxix. 18—295 n.
Christ, 26-the word of God, 264. Isaiah xlix. 23-220 n.
Sect, the word, how applied, 25.

Daniel viii. 13—124 n..
Sects, causes of their prevalence, 70 ss. Matt. v. 48–67 n.
Separation, from a corrupt Church,

x. 3287 n..
justifiable, 113 s, 178 s, 179 n, 181,

xvi. 19-39.
243 s, 255—from the Church, charge

xviii. 18–39..
of, brought against the Reformers,

xxiii, 6170 n.
111 ss, 178 ss-of the Church of 1 xxiv. 14–120 n..
Rome from the primitive Church,

xxiv. 15—114 n.
182.

1 xxiv. 28–60 n.
Servants, duty of, laid down in the Mark xii. 39—170 n..
Scriptures, 292.

Lake vii. 22-310.
Servetus, 75 n.

" xiv. 7-10—170 n.
Simler, xlvi.

« xviii. 8-120 n.
Sincere, meaning of the word, 88 n. I 1 XX. 46-170 n.
Sinner, warning to the, in the Scrip! John ii. 19-20—69 n.
tures, 293.

v. 46–148.
Smalcald, league of, 21 n.

1 viii. 44-49—116 n.
Socinianism, rise of, 75 n.

u xiv. 6—7 n.
Socinus, 75 n.

4 xy. 4-50 n.
Socrates, the ecclesiastical historian,

4. xix. 30—68.
78 n-quoted, 164 n.

xx. 23-39.
Sophocles, anecdote of, 30.

Romans iii. 21-148.
Soto, Peter à; strange opinion of, 206. " xiii. 2-133 n.
Sozomen quoted; 44, 88, 117, 165 n, " xiv. 23—133 n..
182 n.

i Cor. v. 8-88 n.
Square, meaning of the word, 85 n. " X. 11-275.
Stapleton, xi, xiii, lxii.

t xi. 27–187 m.
Students maintained by Jewell, lxv,

k, xi29–133 m..
lxvi.

« xiv. 12-158 n..
Subjects, duty of, taught in the Scrip-

2 Cor. i. 12–88 n.

K
tures, 289.

ii. 17-88 n.
Succession of the Pope to Peter, 244 s. Phil. i. 10–88 n.
Supererogations of the saints, 63 n. " i. 16-88 n.
Supremacy of the king in the Church

It iii. 15—67 n.
of England, 218 n.

2 Thess. ii. 4-114 n..
Surplice, use of; xlix n."

1 Tim. v. 12-133 n.
Swiss confederacy, 95 n, 99.

" vi. 13–87 .
Symbolical purport of the Sacraments, 2 Tim. iii. 13–43.
49 n.

Tit. ii. 7-88 n.
Symmachus, the orator, 97 n..

Heb. iv. 12—43 n.
Synods, Provincial, 238.

1 Pet. ii. 2-88 n.
2 Peter ii. 1-133 n..

V

1 John i. 1-24 n.

| Usurer, lesson to by the Scriptures,
Rev, vii. 14—68 n.

291 s.
16 xii. 6-120 n.
" xiv. 13—71 n.

Valdenses, 126 n.
5 xxi. 6-68 n.

Valdo, Peter, 126 n.
Theocracy, Israelitish, 215 n, 222 n. | Valentinian II., the Emperor, 238 n.
Theodoret, 149 n-notice of, 57 nm Valla. Laurentius, 12

quoted 57, 116, 155 n, 224, 313. Velly, quoted, 104 n.
Theodorus of Ancyra quoted, 151 n. Vestinents, disputes concerning, lxix,
Theodosius, the Emperor, sat in coun. lxxii.
cil, 225

View of a Seditious Bull, Jewell's,
Theophilus of Alexandria, notice of,78n xxviii-lxviii.
Theophylact, notice of, 56 n---quoted, | Vigilius Tapsengis, 32 n.
48 'n, 56, 141, 279.

Vilainy, 261 n.
Thomas Aquinas, 81 n.

Vincentius Lirinensis, quoted, 120 n
Thomists, 81 n.

- his rule, applied to the support of
Tiara, Papal, 217 n.

the Reformation, 147 ss, 230 s., apo
Tindal's translation of the N. T. 139n.

pealed to, as a test of the Romish.
Titular Patriarchs, of Rome, 168 n,

ienets, 171, xxx-xxxiv, misappli..
240 n.

cation of it exposed, 270.
Toleration, 73 n, 143 n.

Virgil, quoted, 273..
Tonsure, 108 n.

-- Polydore, 210 n.
Translations of the Scriptures, 140 nl vir

| Virgin, intercession of, 66-immacu.
-of Jewell's Apology, viii, xiv—

late conception of, 81 n.
xxiii.

Visions recounted in Scripture, 302.
Transubstantiation, 55 ss-internal

Vives, Lewis, 210 n.
evidence against, 84 n.

Vulgar, not excluded from the use of
Treatise on the Sacraments, Jewell's, |
lxvii-on the Scriptures, Jewell's, 1 vulga

the Scriptures, 311-316.

Vulgate version, 193 n.
xxvi-xxix.
Trent, Council of, 22 n, 161, 197 n,

W .
198, 209, 239 8, 254, lxxyii-its
supposed notice of Jewell's Apology, | Waldenses, 126 n.
xn.

Walton, Izaak, quoted, Ixviin..
Tripartite Work quoted, 91, 182 n. Wax, consecrated, 245 n.
Truth, and error contiguous, 273 s- Whitgift, lxxi, lxxii.

charged with novelty, 145-inde- | Will of God, how made known, 265.
pendent of time and place, 145 n, Witchcraft, 146-Jewell's belief in, liv.
236 n-not dependent on Councils, Word of God (see SCRIPTURES, its
192, 240-meets with opposition, 7] importance, 264 s, imperishable-
-to be defended, 18.

ness, 267 s-how given, 265im-
Tudeschi. Nicholas, 46 n.

mutable, 268--efficacy of, in con-
Tunstal, bishop, anecdote of, 139 n. version of the Heathen, 270 s-the

only sure guide, 279 s-what, 42 **
U.
Udalric, 45 n.

-necessity of, 294 s.

Works, good, 68 s.
Uncleanness, condemnation of in Scrip-I.

- of God, manifested in the
ture, 292

Scriptures, 300.
Unity, Christian, 84–not broken by w

by World, its character, 272.
the Reformers, 84 ss, 111 ss.

Wool, consecrated, 245 n.
Universal, bishop, title of, 34 n, 36 s,

154 n, 162 n-consent, appeal to,
for interpretation of Scripture, xxx, Zosimus, Pope, a forger, 201 si
xxxi.

Zuingle, account of, 26 n.
Universality of offers of redemption, Zuinglians, 76, 85.
313 s.

ERRATA.
Page 79, line 6 from bottom; read unleavened. p. 79, line 5 from bottom,
read leavened. p. 98, 1. 6 from bot. read Plotinus. p. 142 ). 10 from bot. read
season. p. 152, line 10 from bot. read Idololatria. p. 160, 1. 19 from bot. read
ETEL. p 212, 1. 14, read Sirmian. p. 221, l. 9 from bot. read Moses and
Joshua. p. 236, 1.8 from bot. read 251,252.

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