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134.

Ancestry, illustrious, 89.
Angels, orders of, 31.

Anger, sad, against errors, 65.
Anteros, 148.
Antichrist, 189.

Antiochus, 158
sus of, 68.
Antiquity, 25, 27.

Apocalypse of John, 49, 253.
Apollonius quoted, 307.
Apostles' Creed, 150.
Apostolic Scriptures, 105.
Apostate, Julian the, 110.
Appollinarii, 110.

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Arcadia (Sidney's), 199, 202.
Areopagitica mentioned, 326.
Ariosto, 47.

Aristotle, cited or noticed, 11,
48, 176, 197, 266, 271, 278, 289.
Armada, Spanish, 22.
Army, the English, 263, 283, 331.
under Cromwell, 335.
Arno, 408.

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Arts, errors in teaching, 102.
Atheists not tolerated by Parlia-
ment, 191.

Athenian Commonwealth, 385.
Athenians, 48, 313.
Athens, 48, 156, 386, 407, 408.
66 literature of, 411.

Author's allusions to himself,
42-54, 78-83, 258, 296-329,
409, 411-413.

Author's birth and parentage,
318.

Author's blindness, 305, 306 –
313 described, 411-413.
Author's bodily stature, 305.

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with the pen, 300.
Author's choice to write in Eng-
lish, 47.

Author's early education, 46.
preparation for

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Author's early studies, 78, 79.
friends, kindness of,

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lifeless Colos- Author's gratitude expressed for
divine goodness, 296.

Author's integrity affirmed, 309.

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Bishops serviceable to tyrants,
239.

Blessings, full, to be received, 2,
18.

Blindness, author's, 305, 306

313, 411-413-historical ex-
amples of, 307, 308 - not a
punishment from God, 309.
Books, care necessary concern-
ing, 107- vital power of, 108
value of good, 108 hereti-
cal, when first prohibited, 108
Moses and others learned in
heathen, 110 Julian forbade
heathen, to Christians, 110
use of bad, to good men, 111
all manner of, to be read, 113
public teaching by, 121.
Book-licensing, origin of, 108
unjust, 110 absurd, 113
insults ingenuous minds, 115
prevents freedom in teaching,
116 -an indignity to dead au-
thors, 117 — and to the English
nation, 118 - promotes lifeless
uniformity, 120- shuts out
truth, 122- cowardice of, 129
-truth more likely than error
prohibited by, 130.

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Change, struggle necessary in, 38.
Charity, law of marriage oppos-
ing, 136- is to decide all
controversy, 165- the end of
the Gospel, 165.
Charlemagne, 49.
Charles I., reputed words of, in
Eikon Basilike, 195-248, pas-
sim
de-
people virtually
posed, 182 complaint of, con-
cerning elections, 196-devo-
tions of, 197-prayers of, 197
202-hypocrisy of, 202, 208
calling of Parliament by,
203 consent of, to Strafford's
death, 204207-attempt of,
to arrest members of Parlia-
ment, 207, 224 — conscience
of, 206, 208, 229, 234 - dissim-
ulation of, 208-against tu-
mults, 209
triennial
Parliament, 209 on the
King's negative, 212 - 217
against being subject to Par-
liament, 215-
concerning Ho-
tham, 217 – 219– "soul invin-
cible" of, 220
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222 "religion," 222
pected poisoner of his father
honored, 223--"chiefest arms"
of, 225 - crown jewels of, 226
power claimed by, over
militia, 226
-power of denial
claimed by, 230 argument
of, on liturgies, 234 hated
and feared religious men, 239
- policy of, against them, 239,
240 rebelled against law,
241 claimed power above
Parliament, 242 VOWS of,
243 were rejected, 246
fancies vengeance on opposers,
246 sorrow and pity of, 248
slain by the English people,
and why, 256-slain as a pub-
lic enemy, 261
army and
people demanded justice on,
263 trial of,
of, 286-288
condemned as a tyrant, 289
traitor, 290-murderer, 291
author's works concerning,
327 - charge of, to his chil-
dren, 383 conduct likely
from the son of, 383.
Charles Stuart (aft. Charles
II.), 291.

Charles V. (of Germany), 86.
Chastity, excellence of, 81-83
and love, 82.
Cheerfulness, use of, in Christian
teaching, 84-fitting in Chris-
tian duty, 149.
Christ, kingship cannot be de-
rived from, 381- meekness of,
63
382
ministering, 55 - only
head of the Church, 381
praises to, 73- prayer to, 72
98
precept of,
public
preaching of, 121-sufferings
and glory of, 1-vehemence
of, 64 words of, 143 - zeal
of, 86.

Christian thought, fit themes for,
1-cheerfulness, 149-liber-
ty, 234.

Christianity, early, 373.
Christina, Queen of Sweden, eu-
logized, 313-317.

Chroniclers, monkish, 391.
Chrysippus, 153.
Church, allegiance commanded

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to none by name, 249
only head of, 381-
harms, 191 early unity and
meekness in, 5- Ezekiel's
temple a type of Christian, 34
government, reasons of to be
examined, 29- God's care in,
32 in all churches original-
ly the same, 249- history, use
of learning in, 26 — - harmony
in, 124-kings not supreme
over, 234- hate and fear true,
237 -policy of, against, 239
progress of corruption in, 2
reformation in, 4- secular au-
thority not necessary to, 6
spousals of, with Christ, 163
supplications for, 20-wealth
in, 365.

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Churchman, true office of, 11
not to encroach on temporal
authority, 12.

Cicero, cited or named, 105, 154,
161, 267, 410.

Citizens of England, addressed,
347 - 354.
Claudius, Appius, 308.
Clergy, prelatical insolence over,
6 evils of hireling, 373.
Comnenus, Andronicus, 197.
Commons (House of), have juris-
diction over a king, 281.
Commonwealth defined, 228

enjoined by our Saviour, 379
like a great Christian person-
age, 11-tower of, 377 — pro-
tects liberty of conscience,
fosters merit, 384
goodly vessel of, 17 schools
and academies encouraged by,
386-trade flourishes in, 387
-folly of renouncing for
kingship, 387 counties to be
a subordinate, 384 stages of
corruption in, 165.
Commotions, sectaries active in,
130 noble men raised up in,
130.
Communion, table of, 6.
Corruption, progress of, in the
Church, 2 stages of, in com-
monwealth, 165 — in officers of
state, 351.

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Conscience, forcers of, 359
God's secretary, 54-liberty
of, 356 — protected by a com-
monwealth, 382 rights of, in
interpreting scripture, 357.
Constantine, 7, 365.
Controversial works, profit of
reading, 405.

Corporal punishment not proper
in religion, 403.

Council of Trent, 109.
County a subordinate common-
wealth, 384 controversy in,
how settled, 385.
Craft in treaties, 241.
Crassus, 275.

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Crescentius, 353.
Cromwell, Oliver, eulogium to,
333-347 - birth and early life
of, 333― in Parliament, 333
military exploits of, 333, 334
memorable actions of, 336
dissolves Parliament, 337
Protectorate of, 338-address
to, 338 warned against tyr-
anny, 340-
is counselled to
employ wise men in council,
342 to leave the Church
free, 345- to foster education,
346 to permit free discus-
∙sion, 346 — to hear any truth,
347 Protector, letters of
state from, to Duke of Savoy,
420 to United Provinces,
422, 425.

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Crown jewels of Charles I., 226.
Curiosity, in vain things, 135.
Custom, influence of, 130

ciated with error, 132
anny of, 170.

Cyrus, 13, 30, 334.

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tingent, maintained, 440
framed to permit human free-
dom, 443 not the cause of
divine foreknowledge, 447.
Defence (Milton's) of the people
of England, referred to, 297,
301, 309, 313, 329.
Definition, 165.
Delphi, oracle of, 310.
Demophoön, 177.
Deodati, John, 323.
Desborough, 344.
Dillon," a traitor,” 291.
Dion, 177.

Discipline, nurse of truth, 26

importance of, 30- the image
of virtue, 31- in the Church
divinely ordained, 31— gifts
required in framing, 32-re-
lation of to preaching, 32 —
set forth by Paul, 34.
Disloyalty, divine punishment
of, 23.

Dissent not to be persecuted,

402.

Divines, time-serving, 186, 395
subprelatical faction of, 188
judgment of Protestant, on ty-
rannicide, 188.
Divorce, when permissible, 142
better than hate, 147-al-
lowance of, approves, 155
for frigidity, 163- Moses lim-
its not, 167 author's works
on, noticed, 325.
Doctrine, nurse of truth, 26-
use of, against ignorance, 58
primitive purity in, 40
author's studies in Christian,
430–432.

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Dramatic constitutions, 49.
Dudley, Duke, 223.

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Ecclesiasticus, 150.
Education, 100-106

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tems of, 101-evil results in,
102 better way of, 103
complete, 104 author's work
on, noticed, 326.
Edward VI. 223.

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St., law of, cited, 287.
Ehud, 181.
Eikonoklastes mentioned, 329.
Elegance in language, 407.

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Evil mingled with good, 111
knowledge of, joined with that
of good, 112 restraint of, not
always wise, 114.
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most, 232.

Excommunication touches not
property nor life, 18 - true
method and purpose of, 19, Germany, 387.

60.

Gluttony, 114.

Gehazi's leprosy, 19.
Generation of the Son of God by
the Father, 450 - 545.
Genesis, a prologue to laws of
Moses, 29.

Geneva, author's visit to, 323.
Germans, 301.

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