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A

Anne, Queen, hostile to dissent,

485-For a general peace, 495–
Abbot (Archbishop of Canterbury), Dies before Schism Bill becomes
210-11

law, 505-6
Abjuratio Magna, 58

Anne's, Queen, Bounty, 582
Abney, Sir Thomas, and occasional Annesley, S., 431, 475
conformity, 487-8, 496

Answer to Master Cartwright his letter
Abraham, Mr., and Home Missionary for joining with the English Church,
Society, 604

Robert Browne, 131
Academies, Dissenting, establish Antholin's, St. (Church), 240-1

ment of, 499-501-Attempts to Antioch, Church at, 7
suppress, 502-4-Influence, 509– Anti-State-Church Association, 635–
Decay of Dissenting Interest, 551 40
-New foundations, 559-61. See Antrim, Earl of, 246
Congregational Colleges.

Apologeticall Narration, by the Five
Acland, T. Dyke, 651

Dissenting Brethren, 279-84
Adams, T., uses Prayer-Book after Appellation, of John Penry, 155
prohibition, 340

Argyle, Earl of, 246
Addington, Stephen, Tutor of Hoxton Arianism ; penalty of death, 211–
Academy, 593-4

Controversy in Seventeenth and
Admonition to the Parliament; first, Eighteenth centuries,

529-32-
107 ; second 108-11, 117-19

Controversy at Exeter, and in
Advertisements, Book of, 85-7

London (Salters' Hall), 532-9-
Æquity of an Humble Supplication, English Presbyterians drifting to-
John Penry, 153

wards, 541-3, 583
Africa, Churches of, 18-22

Arles, Council of, 19
Agreement of the People of England, Armada, Spanish, 81
314, 316

Arnold, Thomas, on Church and
Ainsworth, Henry, 95, 168, 178, 201,

State, 135
203, 363, 364, 366

Arundel, Lord, 671
Airedale College, see Congregational Ash, Simeon, 394, 397
Colleges.

Ashford (Kent), Separatists at,
A Kempis, Thomas, 29

219
Albigenses, 50

Ashley, Lord, see Shaftesbury, Earl
Alexander, W. L., 7:0

of.
Allegiance, Oath of, 415, 430, 432,

Ashworth, Caleb, academy at
439, 440, 443, 450, 463-4, 465-7 Daventry, 596
Allen, Adjutant-General, 311-12 Aspland, R., 574, 642
Alliott, Dr. R., 560

Assembly of Divines, Westminster,
Alsop, V., 481

261-6, 269, 270-89, 290-1, 294-9,
Althorp, Lord, 611, 620

302-4
America, first expedition of Separa Atterbury, Lewis, 340
tists, 167-8

Augustine, 19, 20-4
Anglesey, Earl of, 398

Avery, Dr., 536
Ann, Princess, daughter of James II., Axminster, Congregational Fund

Academy, 560

458

B

Bacon, Francis (Lord Keeper), 72,

88, 97-On “Prophesyings," 104–

On Barrowe, 142
Baillie, R., 241, 269, 279, 291, 363-4
Baines, E., 634, 651, 659-60, 663,

668, 669, 673
Ball, John, 50-I
Balme's Charity, 742
Bancroft, Richard (Bishop of London

and Archbishop of Canterbury),
at Hampton Court Conference, 182,
183-Represses Puritanism, 186,
187-Asserts bishops to be a

separate order, 189—210, 214, 215
Baptists and Toleration Act, 468–

Indian missions, 578–Occasional
conformity, 487
“Barebones” Parliament, 318-19
Barham Court (Kent), unlicensed

worship at, 577
Barlow, William (Dean of Chester),

at Hampton Court Conference, 183
Barrett, G. S., 723
Barrowe, Henry, early life and

conversion, 142–3–Separatist, 143
-Arrested, and examined, 144-5

In prison, 147-8-A Brief
Discoverie of the False Church,
148-50—Trial and execution, 151

- Church buildings to be pulled
down, 150—Authorship of Mar-
prelate tracts, 162, 167; 1694
Browne's " Answer to," 137-

189, 199, 208, 512
Barter, Dr., 667
Barton, William, Psalms for Public

Worship, 302
Barwick, Bishops' messenger, 355
Bastwick, 366-8
Bates, W., 393, 400, 410, 419, 425,

438, 475, 481
Baxter, Richard, on Parliamentary

Army, 307–8—On “Principles of
Faith," 323-5-On ejection of
clergy, 337-9-Lecturer at Kidder-
minster, 338—Chaplain to Charles
II., 393-4–Scheme of church
government, 394-6-Declaration
of Indulgence, 396–8, 402–Offered
bishopric, 399-400-Revision of
Prayer-Book, 410-Ejected, 419–
Imprisoned, 434, 450-Lecturer at
Pinners' Hall, 438—For union

with Independents, 475-532
Beaufort, proposes repeal of Test

and Corporation Acts, 568
Beaufoy, 568, 610
Beet, J. Agar, 730
Begharcs, 27, 30

Beguines, 26–7. 30
Belsham, T., 574, 596

Benevolences," 237
Bennett, J., 633, 641, 689, 700
Bernard, Richard, 191-2
Berriman, 144
Berry, cashiered by Parliament, 348
Berwick, treaty of, 230
Beveridge, Archdeacon, 472
Beverley, R. M., 694
Beza, Th., 156
Bible, Authorised Version, 184
Bicentenary of Ejection (1662), cele

brated, 725
Biddle, John, 529
Bilson, T. (Bishop of Winchester),

214
Binney, Thomas, 597-8, 634, 669,

689, 713-15
Bishops, impeachment of twelve

(1641), 244, 255—Exclusion Bill,
242-3, 255-6; repealed, 408—Trial

of Seven, 454-5.
Bishop's Stortford College, 738
Blackburn Academy, 595
Blackburn, John, 633, 689, 718, 723
Blackburne, Archdeacon, author of

The Confessional, 564
Blackfriars, Separatist Church in, 218
Blackheath Home and School for

missionaries' children, 739
Bocking (Essex), congregation at, 61
Bogue, David, 594-5—Helps to

found London Missionary Society,

600-I, 603
Bolingbroke, 503. 516
Bolton, appeal from Eldership of,

301
Book of Common Prayer, 69, 73, 75,

78-9, 80, 84, 88, 89—Proposed
amendment, 105, 245—Barrowe on,
149-50— Modified by James I., 184
-Abolished, 292, 293—Prohibited
322, 330—Use made penal, 339—40
-Used at Restoration, 354– Re-
vision proposed, 395, 399— Re-
vision, 409-11, 411-12-Use en-
forced, 414-417-Copies scarce,
418—Presbyterian objections to,
395-6, 419—Romanist influence,
421-Concessions in Comprehension

Bill, 470-1–569
Booke which she weth, Robert Browne,

125-8
Bowes, Sir W., 193
Bowles, E., 400
Bradbury, Thomas, 505-6, 514, 515,

536, 543, 559
Brad'ord, William (Governor of New

Plymouth), 192, 194-Quoted.
195-6, 205, 205–7)

on

598

Bradshaw, excluded from Parlia-

ment, 323
Braintree Church Rate Case, 621-3
Breda, Declaration of, 353, 355, 393
Bredwell, Stephen,

Robert
Browne, 134
Brethren of the Common Lot, 27-30
Brewster, W., 194-6, 203, 204, 206
Bridge, W., 265, 277, 279, 286,

287-8, 364, 365, 377, 383, 513
Bridgman, Sir Orlando, 433
Brief Discoverie of the False Church,

Henry Barrowe, 148-50
Brierley, J., on early Sunday Schools,
Bright, Jacob, 677

John, 527, 622, 632, 676
British Banner, 721
British School Society, 646, 649-50,

662
Brook, B., on Robert Browne, 136
Brooke, Lord, pamphlet against

episcopacy, 370–2
Brooks, T., 377
Brougham, Lord, 609, 611, 642,

647-9
Broughton, Hugo, 214
Brown, Rev. James, 688
-, Dr. J. Baldwin, 689, 692, 694,
700
Dr. John (Bedford), 725

John (Wareham), 694
Browne, Robert, at Cambridge,

120-With Greenham, 121-Con-
ception of church polity, 121–2–
Forms Church at Norwich, 122–3
-Work in eastern counties, 124
-Arrested, 124-Settles at Middel-
berg, 125-A Booke which Sheweth,
125-8Reformation without Tarry-
ing for Anie, 129-30—Treatise upon
the 23 of Malthewe (An Order of
studying the Scriptures), 130-1-
Answer to Cartwright, 131-Leaves
Middelberg for Scotland, 132—
Shielded by Burleigh, 124-5, 132-3

-At Tolethorpe and Stamford, 132

-Appointed master of St. Olave's,
Southwark, on terms, 133—Rector
of Achurch-cum-Thorpe, 133—
Death, 133—Character, 133-4-
Church principles, 135-6_Alleged
submission, 134, 136—Answer to
Barrowe, 137—Religious freedom,
170—189, 208, 217, 363, 366, 511-
12, 706
Browning Hau

settlement, 743
Brownists, numbers, 166–Confes-

sion, 169-70—Robinson's “De-
fence” of, 206—Increase, 276,
278-9-Treatises against, 215

Brownrigge (Bishop of Chester),

264
Bruce, A. B., 730
Bryce, James, 732
Bryennius, Doctrine of the Twelve

Apostles, 6
Bucks, county of, restriction of

preaching licences, 573
Bull (Bishop of St. David's), retains

living during Commonwealth, 340
T. P., 699

William, academy at Newport
Pagnell, 595
Bullinger, H. (Zurich), 90, 92, 98
Burder, H. F., 593, 596, 689, 692, 699
Burdett, Sir F., 615-16.
Burgess, Anthony, 265

Daniel (of New Court), 494, 536
Daniel, suggests Regium Donum,
520
Burke, Edmund ; on Church and

State, 135, 571-On subscription,

565-6, 569
Burials Bills, 630-3
Burleigh (Robert Cecil, Lord), 88,

97–Remonstrates with Ecclesi.
astical Commissioners, 115—Be.
friends Robert Browne, 124-5.
132—3—Examines Barrowe, 144-5
- Memorial from prisoners, 145-6
-138, 188, 215
Burnet (Bishop of Salisbury), 435,

457, 472-3, 490-1, 494, 505, 512,
529

John, 633-4, 639, 663
Burns, Abram, and early Sunday

Schools, 598
Burrage, C., on Robert Browne, 137
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 265, 277, 279,

288, 373, 377
Burton, Henry, 366–70, 373
Bury, (Lancs), appeal to Classical

Presbytery of, 301
Bury-St.-Edmunds, disorders at, 138-

41-Petition from Church, 377-8
Bute, Marquis of, and Regium

Donum, 522
Button, R., 382
Byfield, Adoniram, Petition of

Ministers, 314

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C

Cæcilian (Bishop of Carthage), 19, 22
Calamy, Edmund, 242, 243, 265, 278,

393, 397, 400, 410, 419, 425, 434,

473. 534, 536
Calixtines, 39
Calvinism, decline of, 583, 585-3,

704-5, 706-3

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Cambridge, Congregationalists at,

381--Roman Catholics at, 448-9
Campbell, John, 635, 639, 716, 721
Campeggio (Cardinal), 60
Canada, Cong. Union deputation to,

710-11-Churches in, 711-Educa-
tion and Home Missionary Society,

712-13
Candlish, J., 677
Canne, John, 361
Canning, and Roman Catholic relief,

614, 615, 616
Canning Town Settlements, 743-4
Canons, Book of (1635), 223-4
Canterbury, Nonconformists at, 434
Careless, John, 62
Carter, W., 279, 287, 314
Carthage, Church at, 19

Council at, 20
Cartwright, Thomas, controversy

with Whitgift, 108-11-112, 113,

120, 170, 278-Death, 188
Carver, John, 204, 206
Caryl, J., 265, 349, 377, 383, 431, 512,

513
Case, T., 354
Castlereagh, Lord, carries the New

Toleration Act,” 576–7
Catechisms, Longer and Shorter,

302, 303
Caterham School, 734-5
Catholic Emancipation Act, 613-18
Cave, Alfred, 725
Cawdrey, J., 265
Cemetery fees, 644-5
Chaderton, L., at Hampton Court

Conference, 182
Chamberlain, Joseph, 671
Chandler, Dr., 519-20, 521–2
Chaplin, W., 693
Chapman, C., Western College, 560
Charles I., Attempt to force episco-

pacy on Scotland, 222-5-Resist.
ance,

225-7-Attitude of the
Assembly, 227-9-Campaign of
Covenanters, 229-30—Treaty of
Berwick, 230—Short Parliament,
231-Scotch again in arms, 232–3
-Long Parliament, 234 foil. -
Goes to Scotland, 244—Schemes
in Scotland and Ireland, 246–7–
Grand Remonstrance, 248-534
Conflict with Parliament, 253-4-
Assents to Bishops' Exclusion Bill,
255-6-Standard set up at Notting-
ham, 257-9-Refuses to call an
Assembly of Divines, 261-2-
Breaks with Parliament, 262—3—
Solemn League and Covenant,
266-70_Conference at Uxbridge,
293-4-Leaves Oxford and joins

Scottish army, 300—Willing to
accept Presbyterian settlement,
303—Surrendered by the Scotch,
305—Secret treaty with Scottish
commissioners, 309–Negotiations
at Newport, 311-Arrested, im-

peached, and executed, 312-13
Charles II., Proclaimed King, 313-

Army defeated, 313-14–At Middel.
berg, 326—Declaration of Breda,
353-4-Restoration, 355-6-Pres-
byterian position, 359-Appoints
Presbyterian chaplains, 393-4—
Proposed Indulgence, 396-9, 401-3
-Rejected by Parliament, 400-1
-Revision of Prayer-Book, 411-
Breaks faith with Presbyterians,
420—Petitions for toleration, 425,
433–Treaty with France, 435-64
Issues Declaration of Indulgence,
436-7-Legislation against Noncon-

formity, 443-4–438, 439, 442, 445
Charlton, John, Western College, 560
Charnock, S., 382
Chase, Thomas, 58
Chatham, Earl of, on ambition of

dissenters," 567
Chauncey, Charles, 501

I., 474, 500, 501
Chebogue (Nova Scotia), 711
Cheshunt College, 733
Chester, Bishop of (Scot), speech

against Act of Uniformity (Eliza-

beth), 73-4, 75
Chesterton (Cambs), Secret congrega-

tion at, 57-8
Cheyne, T. K., 730
Chichely (Archbishop), 56—Letter to

Bishop of London, 57
Chidley, Katherine, 370
Christian Penny Magazine, 721
Christian Witness, 721

Fund, 742
Church Building Commission (1818),

582
- membership, admission to, 590,
605-6

- Rates, abolition, 618-23
Circumcelliones, 19-20
Clarendon, Assize of, 49-50
- Lord, 210-11, 223, 234, 235, 236-

7, 240, 244, 393, 396–7, 408, 431,

446, 464
Clarke, John, 168

Matthew, 514
, Samuel, and Trinitarian Contro-

versy, 531, 532
Clarkson, David, 501
Clayton, J., 689
Clement (Bishop of Rome), Epistle

to Church at Corinth, 5-6, 8

Clement VII. (Pope), appeal of Henry | Congregational ideas among foreign
VIII. to, 60

Protestants, 44
--, (a wheelwright), 62

- Lecture, 724-5
Clink (prison), 144, 217, 362

- Library, 723-4
Clyfton, Richard, 191, 194, 196

- Licence, 442
Clunie, Dr., 717

· Pastors' Insurance Aid Society,
Cobden, Richard, 670

719, 720, 742
Cockfield (Suffolk), meeting of Puri-

Provident Societies, 741-3
tan clergy at, 113

Schools:
Cole, Robert, 88

Caterham, 734-5
-, Thomas, 382, 479

Milton Mount, 736-7
Coleman, T., 265

Silcoates, 735-6
Colepepper, Sir John, 256

Schools, but not distinctively Con-
Coleridge, Sir John, and university gregational, 738-9
tests, 629-30

Settlements, not distinctively Con-
Collison, Tutor of Hackney College, gregational, 743-4
594

- Total Abstinence Association, 739
Colonial Missionary Society, 713-16, - Union (England and Wales),
720

First attempt to form, 605, 686-8
Colton, Calvin, 694

-Merged in Home Missionary
Comprehension Bill, 470-3

Society, 688, 716--Second attempt
Compton (Bishop of London), 448, 688-96–Objections to, 689-91-
456, 472

Objects, 692-3-Basis, 694-6-
Conant, Dr., 347, 410

Constitution modified, 696—In-
Conder, E. R., 725

corporated, 698— Jubilee, 726–
- Josiah, 634, 722

Declaration of Faith and Order,
Conellan, O., 717

699-700, 703-9
Confession of Faith (Assembly of

- Societies :
Divines), 302–3, 385—Adopted by Colonial Missionary, 710–16
Parliament, 350—(Humble Peti Home Missionary and Church
tion and Advice), 327-8, 330

Aid, 604, 716-7, 720
Confessional, The, by Archdeacon Irish Evangelical, 603-4, 717-8,
Blackburne, 564

720
Congregational Board of Education, - Hymnals, 721-3
661, 662–3, 718, 720, 737

Magazines, 720-1
Chapel Building Societies, 718-19, Congregational Union (Ireland), 717-

(
720, 740-1

18
Colleges (see Academies) :

Congregationalism distinguished
Airedale, 595, 728

from "Independency," 374-6
Blackburn, 595

“ Conscience clause" in schools, 663,
Bradford (Yorkshire), 728, 731 675, 677-8
Bristol Institute, 728

Constans (Emperor), 20
Coward, 727-8

Constantine (Emperor), 19, 20
Hackney, 594, 727-8, 731

Constitutions and Canons Ecclesi-
Highbury, 594, 727-8

astical (1604), 186-7
Homerton, 501, 727-8

Conventicle Acts, 427-9, 434-5-
-Training College, 737-8

Modified, 468-9-Repeal, 576
Hoxton, 593, 727-8

Conway, Lord, 232
Lancashire, 728, 731

Cooper, W. Haweis, 717
Mansfield, 731-3

Copping, John, 140–2
New, 501, 727-8, 731

Corbet's committee for preaching
Nottingham Institute, 728

ministers, 333
Rotherham, 728

Corinth, Church at, 5-6
Spring Hill, 731-2

Cornbury, Lord, 458
Western, 728, 731

Cornelius (Bishop of Rome), 16-17
College reform, 728-9-Senatus Cornwall, “Supplication” for Church
Academicus, 729–30—Effect of new Reform, 115
Universities, 730-1

Corporation Act, 408-9, 466, 486, 489
- County Associations, 603, 605

-Attempts to repeal, 517, 519-20,
- Fund Board, 501, 506, 559, 560, 568-9, 576—Relief from, 518
737, 742

Cosin, Robert, 59

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