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Chronology of the book of Judges, 217.
Chrysostom, St. John, on the priest-
hood, 224.

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Church, the Fathers of the Christian,

their works, 246 ; and the world, Fatherhood, the, of God, 453.
454; essays on the Irish, 455. Fathers of the Christian Church, 246.
Clarke, Hyde, quoted, 382.

Ferrier, Prof., quoted, 18, 26.

Commentary, a, on Exodus, 219. Flora of the Dead Sea, 482.

Conceivable, the, 4 note.

Fund, Palestine exploration, 243, 491.

Conception, the word, 4 note.

Contradiction the laws of, 22.

Coptic papyrus, a, 333.

G

Correspondence between Mr. Young

and Mr. Gillespie, 383.

Galatians, the Epistle to, 229.

Correspondence on Lev. xi. 3—7, and Genesis, the days of, 435.
Deut. xiv. 6–8, 385.

Genesis and Exodus, the story of, 367.
Cranmer's Bible, 248.

Gillespie, Mr., and Mr. Barker, 214.

Crimea, the Karaitic MSS. of, 355. Gillespie and Young, Messrs., cor-

Criticism, the necessity of cautiousness respondence between, 383.

in, 193.

Gipsies, a history of the, 459.

God, the necessary existence of, 231;

D

the moral attributes of, 231 ; the

fatherhood of, 453.

Daguerre, experiments of, 29.

Good, Thomas, the works of, 230.

Dead, the intermediate state of the, 92. Gospels, historical character of, 58,

Dead Sea, Flora of the, 482.

275.

Decalogue, the, and the Sabbath, 452. Gospel, the, and ritualism, 456.

Dictionary, the Bible, 461.

Grove, Mr., referred to, 36.

Difficulties, Scripture, 219.

Discourses on special occasions, 222.

Discoveries in the catacombs, 234.

H

Discoveries at Ephesus, 382.

Hamilton, Sir William, on the infinite,

E

21.

Hampole quoted, 379.

“ Ecce Homo,” two views of, 334 ; | Hebrew Manuscripts, the Almanzi col-

quoted, 340, 342, 343, 348, 350— lection of, 354.

352; its defects, 341 et seq.

Hell, the descent into, 100; the articles

Ecclesiastical year book, the, 456.

of Edward the VIth. on, 101 ; view

Egyptian, ancient, mode of embalming, of commentators on, 101 note; Hollaz

365.

on, 101; Luther's opinion of, 101;

Eirenika, 230.

Alford quoted on, 102; Bishop

Embalming, ancient Egyptian mode of, Horsley quoted on, 102.

365.

Householder, the parable of the, 69.

Encyclical, the Pope's, quoted, 145. Household theology, 220.

English early religious poetry, 366. Hupfeld's criticism, 227.

Enterprizes, missionary, 226.

Hymn book, the Augustine, 226.

Ephesus, discoveries at, 382.

Essays on the Irish Church, 455.

Ethnological society, 501.

I

Etudes sur les Evangiles Apocryphes,

448.

Identity, the laws of, 22.

Exegesis of difficult texts, Acts xxi. | Imagination, 4 note.

38; Rom. i. 1 ; iii. 30; iv. 25; vii. Index, the Roman, 464.

1–4; xi. 13; Ephs. v. 15.

Induction, the canon of, 5; the scheme

Exodus, a commentary on, 219.

of, 10; Macaulay on, 17.

Exploration Fund, Palestine, 243. Infancy, the, of Christianity, 475.

Expositions, Sermons and, 223.

Infinite, the, 7; Sir W. Hamilton on

Eusebius of Cæsarea on the star, 117.

the, 21.

Infinity of space, the, 19.

Ligue de la, De la Démocratie chez les
Inspiration, 216.

Prédicateurs, 442.
Inspiration and Revelation, 167. Literature, specimens of English, 453.
Inspiration, the, of Holy Scripture, by Literature, Royal Society of, 333.

Archdeacon Lee referred to, 168, Liturgy, the Eastern, 452.
169, 178.

Logic, Mill's system of, 7.
Inspiration, theory of, drawn from Lyra Fidelium, 225.

Scripture, 322.
Institute, the Victoria, 479.
Irish Church, Essays on the, 455.

M
Italy, the awakening of, 231; MSS. in,
481.

Macaulay quoted, 17.
Mahomet and the Koran, 439.

Man, the tripartite nature of, 453.
J

Mansel's, Professor, referred to, 4;

classification of necessary judgments,
Jerusalem, our Lord's entrance into, 27; quoted, 25, 27.

61; prophecy of the destruction of, Manuscripts, the Almanzi collection of
80; a day's ride south from, 474; a Hebrew, 354.
ride round, 476.

Manuscripts in Italy, 481.
Jesus, the anointing of, as related in Manuscript, the Vatican, 477.
the Gospels, 58.

Maundeville quoted, 369.
Jesus Christ, E. de Pressensé's, 218. Mede, Joseph, his apostasy of the latter
Job, difficult passages in, 304.

times, 116.
John x. 10, 434.

Mental bias, man's responsibility for
John Preston, 480.

his, 422.
Jonah's Prayer, 376.

Messiah, the sonship of the, 7.
Judaism, Christianity without, 457. Metaphysic Institutes, of, quoted, 18,
Judges, chronology of the book of, 217. 19, 26.
Judgments, necessary, 27.

Mosque of Omar, 503.
Just, the resurrection of the, 459. Middle, the laws of, excluded, 22.

Mill, J. S., and the origin of first prin-

ciples, 1; system of logic, 7; quoted,
K

7; his position as a philosopher, 35.

Milton quoted, 369.
Karaitic MSS. of the Crimea, 355. Mission, French, to Syria, 483.
Ker's, Mr., Immortality and Eternal

Punishment referred to, 95; quoted
on the descent into hell, 103 ; quoted

N
on the return of the ungodly dead,
115.

Names, spelling of Oriental, 353.
Kitto's Cyclopædia, 451.

Nebuchadnezzar and his subjects, 180.
Knowledge, the treasury of Bible, 449. Nephilim, the, 110, and note.
Koran, Mahomet and the, 439.

Nineveh, the repentance of, 377.
Notion, the word, 4 note.

Numbers xxv. 9, and 1 Cor. x. 8, 198.
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Lamech, 370.
Law, the inspiration of, 229; the pro-

phets and the Psalms, 229.
Leclerc, Jean, 259.
Ledieu, the Abbé, his diary, 272.
Lee, Archdeacon, referred to, 168, 170,

171 et seq.; quoted, 169.
Legends, the, of the Buddhists, 220.
Liebig, Baron, on chemical investiga-

Obadiah, a commentary on, 230.
Omar, the mosque of, 503.
Oratorians, the French, 249.
Oriental names, spelling of, 353.

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29, 30, 32.
Life, theology and, 224.

Palestine exploration fund, 243, 491.

Pantheism, 315.

Revelation and inspiration, 167.
Papyrus, a Coptic, 333.

Revision, Bible, 465 ; Cheyne, Mr., on,
Parallelism, New Testament, 205.

465.
Passover, the last, 200; Jennings re- Ride, a, round Jerusalem, 470; a day's

ferred to on, 201, 202; Lightfoot south from Jerusalem, 474.
referred to on, 201.

Righteous, the names of the place
Paul, St., 450.

where admitted after death, 94 note.
Pestilence, the, 232.

Ritualism and the gospel, 456.
Peter, difficult passages in, 98.

Robinson, Dr., quoted, 49.
Pharisees, our Lord's dialogue with the, Roman index, the, 464.
76.

Rome, the crisis of, 231; reunion with,
Phil. ii. 6, 7, remarks on, 401.

457 ; archæology in, 496.
Philosophy, reconciliation of the two Rosetta stone, another, 479.
schools of, 1.

Russell, Mr. Odo, a dispatch of, 150.
Phrase, the,“ agere pænitentiam," 434 ;

“per Christum Dominum Nostrum,"
435.

S
Places, holy, 142.
Poetry, early English religious, 366. Sabbath, the, and the decalogue, 452.
Poole, E. S., quoted, 353.

Sabbath, the observance of the, 458.
Prayer, the annotated Book of Com- Sacred allegories, 225.
mon, 460.

Sacrifice, the, of the death of Christ,
Prayer Book, the interleaved, 222. 221; the vicarious, 221.
Pressensé, E. de, his Jesus Christ, 218. Sadducees, our Lord's dialogue with
Prester, John, 480.

the, on the resurrection, 74.
Priesthood, St. John Chrysostom on Samuel, the appearance of, to Saul, 114.
the, 224.

Scandinavia, Protestantism in, 143.
Principles, inductive origin of first, 1. Science and Christian thought, 225.
Prophets, the Hebrew, 450.

Scripture difficulties, 219; theory of
Protestantism in Scandinavia, 143; a inspiration drawn from the, 322.
history of, 150.

Sepulchre, the holy, 409.
Purgatory, Biblical arguments in fa- Sermons and expositions, 223.

vour of, 96; the Roman Catholic Sesostris, the monument of, 501.
doctrine of, 96, 100; Council of Siddim, the vale of, 46.
Trent on, 100.

Simon, Richard, 249; Spanheim quoted

on, 250; Bossuet and, 252; his His-
Q

toire Critique, 256 ; quoted, 263,

266, 267; on inspiration, 264.
Quiver, the, quoted, 401.

Simon, Saint, quoted, 271.
Site of the holy sepulchre, 409.

Site of Sodom and Gomorrah, 36.
R

Smith, Dr. Payne, a sermon by, 233.

Society, Royal, of Literature, 333;
Reformation the true road to Unity, of Antiquaries, 409, 503 ; Royal
228.

Asiatic, 498 ; Ethnological, 501 ;
Reid, Hamilton's, quoted, 4 note.

Syro-Egyptian, 501.
Religion, thoughts on personal, 223. Sodom and Gomorrah, statements of
Religious poetry, early English, 366. ancient writers concerning, 5; site
Remarks on Phil. ii. 6, 7, 401.

of, 36; Eusebius, 54; Jerome, 54;
Repentance of Nineveh, the, 377.

Josephus, 54; names given to, by
Responsibility, man’s, for his mental Arabs, 55; Mediæval travellers,
bias, 422.

Brocardus and Fulcher, 54, 55.
Resurrection, our Lord's dialogue with Song, the Angel's, 225.

the Sadducees on, 74 ; the fourfold Space, the infinity of, 19.
narrative of the, 275 ; events follow- Spanheim quoted, 250.
ing the, 303; of our Lord, 433; Spencer, Mr. Herbert, quoted, 1, 3.
Alford quoted on, 433; of the just, Star, the, Eusebius on, 117.
459.

State, the intermediate, of the dead, 92.
Revelation, the beast of the, 228. Stone, another Rosetta, 479.

U

Suicides, the per centage of, in various

countries, 163 note.
Supposable, the, 4 note.
Swedenborg and his critics, 227.
Syria, French Mission to, 483.
Syro-Egyptian Society, 501.
Syrus, Ephraem, quoted, 377 note.

Ulphilas referred to, 366.
Unity, visible, 232.
Universalization, the law of, 5.

V

T

Vatican manuscript, the, 477.
Vestments, the sacrificial, 456.
Vicarious sacrifice, the, 221.
Victoria institute, the, 479.
Views of “ Ecce Homo,” two, 334.
Visible unity, 232.

W

Walchius quoted, 259, 268.
Wiclif referred to, 366; translation

quoted, 381.
Woman,

the, taken in adultery, 339,
349.
World, Christian, light of the, 223.
World, the Church and the, 454.
Worship, free and open, 223.

Y

Temple, the spiritual, 231.
Tennyson quoted, 348.
Texts, exegesis of difficult, 137.
Thenius on the witch of Endor, 114.
Theology, household, 220.
Theology and life, 224.
Theory of inspiration drawn from

Scripture, 322.
Thought, science and Christian, 225.
Thoughts on personal religion, 223.
Timothy, epistles to, on the meaning of

various passages in, 426.
Trent, the Council of, on purgatory,

100.
Tribute, the lawfulness of, as related in

the Gospels, 73.
Tristram, Mr., referred to, 36; quoted,

51.
Truth, necessary, 5.

Young and Gillespie, Messrs., corre-

spondence between, 383.

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